ZCCLESIASTICAL INTELLiGENOE. H PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. A. W. Annand Vicar of Roade, Northamp- tonshire. Patron, the Rev A. C. Neely, Rector j. °»Ashton. **eV F. Armitage, formerly Head Master of King's School, Paramatta; Incumbent of Casterton, jv Westmoreland. jJv S. Ashwell: Rector of Finmere, Oxfordshire. 0V R. W. Barker: Perpetual Curate of St Martin's- n at-Pa!ace, Norwich. j J. Birchall; Rural Dean of Accrington. ev G. Bishop; Chaplain to the Royal Berks n Hospital, Reading. ey It. H. Blair; Rector of St Michael's, Worces- ter. Patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Jl. Worcester. ev H. Bryan; Curate of Pinchbeck, Lincoln- ■n shire. ev "W". H. Butlin; Curate of Fishcrton Anger, ■h Salisbury. 2v T. S. IS. Causton, M.A.; Incumbent of St Matthew's, Croydon. v W". M. Daniel; Vicar of Little Wakcring, Essex. Patrons, the Governors of St Bar- tholomew's Hospital. ev & Reed Davies, Rector ot Cathedine; Surro- b gate in the Diocese of St David's. C. Dean, Vicar of Redbourn, Lincolnshire. ev A. J. L. Dobbin; Curate of Ruddington and j* St James, Nottingham. ev J- Evans, Rector of Llanlechid; Archdeacon of Merionethshire. ev C. Gape; Vicar of Rushall, Norfolk. Patron, j. the Bishop of Norwich. v S. W. Gardner; Rector of Llanvihangel n Gobion, Monmouthshire. t, ev L. Jones, Incumbent of Llaneltyd Minor >1 Canon, Bangor. eV J. W. Knott, M.A., Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, and Incumbent of lloxeth, Harrow, Middlesex; Vicar ot East Ham, It Essex. Patrons, Brasenose College. ev R. Gwynne Lawrence, B.A.; Curate o Edgmond, Newport, Salop. ev E. E. P. Leirge Assistant Curate of Bampton ■b "Vvith Petton Chapel, Tiverton. EV E. Lewis, M.A., Vicar of Aberdare Rector of Dolgelly, Merionethshire. Patron, the •h Lord Chancellor. **ev H. PI. Matchet; Curate of Alkborougb, Lin- n colnshire. Ikel, j. Morris Vicar of Askham Bryan, Yorkshire. J. F. Morton Curate of Dalston, Cumberland. ev 1>. B. Price, 13.D., St David's College, Lam- peter, Curate of Llandyssilio Rector of k Llangelynin, Conway. J. J. Trebeck Curate of Great Grimsby. ev W. G. Vernon Curate (Sole Charge) of Great j. Barr, Birmingham. *EV J. Walker Rector of Lisiton-in-Craven, York- shire. R. Watkins; Rector of Bartlow, Cambridge- ■h shire. Kev D. T. White, B.A. Curate of Camborne. ev J- L. Whiteford, Rector of Maid well, North- ants. eV J. T. Wilkinson, formerly Curate of St James's Church, Curtain-road, Shoreditch Incumbent of the new Ecclesiastical District of St Anne's, ». Bermondsey. nev J. Wilson, M.A.; Incumbent of West Beck- ham, Norfolk.
SETUOUS EXPLOSION AT WOOLWICH ARSENAL,—On ^turday afternoon an explosion, which was attended Jth much destruction of property, but fortunately, j8 the men had just left work, without injury to any ^dividual, took place at the Laboratory Department the Royal Arsenal. It appears that, shortly before e occurrence, a few pounds of the powerful mix- .°re known as detonating powder had been placed In a building used as a magazine, when the mixture Ploded. with a loud report, completely destroying otK and blowing out the windows, and herwise injuring the adjoining workshops. c DltVOURED BY WILD BEASTS.—A shocking affair has to light in the neighbourhood of St. Ambroise. On J °n^ay, a farmer named Francois Dion left his residence int Purpose of going a distance of about a dozen acres ~,t0 the bush, in order to cut some wood. Ivlontlay and "esday passed, and there was no sign of his return and sen °' relatives, accompanied by a friend, started to ceeH- for They had not far to go, for after pro- }je a short distance into the wood, they found his bon body» lying in a swamp. A party of the neigh- buM C0^ecte<L &nd searched everywhere for the head, nn-Tf'11, From the lacerated condition of the adjoin- hart h»on\a from the fact a portion of the left side tot.n Z A /"l? aw*y» it was surmised that the unfortunate hA- en a 'Victim to lynxes, which abound in the ignoonrhood, and some traces of which were found >JOse at hand. The post mortem examination disclosed ^thing to alter the surmise. There were no traces of a toggle on the ground. The clothing and pockets of the leased had not been meddled with. He was a very ?e»k man, and must apparently have fallen an easy prey. open verdict was rendered. Deceased was about sixty Jeara of age.—Quebec Chronicle. IMpORTANT QUESTION AFFECTING BEERSELLERS.-At Leeds Police-court the other day, Thomas Settle, of J1? Angel Inn, Angel-street, was charged with selling •*rwk during prohibited hours. Mr Ferns (who appeared °r the defendant) said he would not attempt to deny the 'jrge, but would show that his client had a perfect 8ht to sell beer—if not consumed on the premises—at any hour he liked. By a recent statute, a man having 411 ordinary license for selling beer could, by the addi- tional payment of one guinea per year, have a wholesome Joense, under the provision of which he was at perfect "berty to sell beer to his out-door customers at all hours the night. This license Mr Settle was armed with, therefore, he was not in the least culpable—Mr V'lff thought the hours would be regulated by the general ^eer Act.—Mr Ferns: No, your worships, the general Act does not apply.—Mr Cliff: Then, according to y°ur interpretation of the statute, there is nothing to prevent a man with one of these lioenses keeping his ^ouse open all night long, and selling as much beer as *nyone will fetch.—Mr Ferns: He may, if he likes, sell «om a gill to a 56-gallon barrel, and there would be no "uence against the statute.—The Bench said the point laised by Mr Ferns was a most important one, and they "ould take a week's consideration before giving judgment. -Leeds Express. CLEARING OUT A NEST OF PIRATES.—The following tews from Cochin-China appears in the Moniteur:—4 The O:Iail brings the details of an expedition which has been Undertaken against a nest of pirates in the Plain of Bamboos. This is a district of vast extent, and almost entirely consists of impracticable marshes, and has always been considered impervious to troops. From time im- memorial this region has served as the haunt of bandits at present commanded by a man named Tien-ho, and "opposed to number some five or six hundred men, who occupied a village called Tap.Muoy, situated on a sandy Jslet, and strongly defended with palisaded redoubts. Un the 12th of April three columns, composed of marines, filers, native soldiers, and Annamite militia, forming a total of about 40J men, were embarked on some gunboats, and the next "ffay landed and commenced operations, Preparations for which had been for some time made by the governor of the colony. A number of small boats had been provided by which the soldiers were enabled to traverse the ditches, the only practicable method of pene- trating this region, all of which had been fortified by Tien-ho. However, Commander Derome, in charge of the expedition, determined to proceed vigorously, and *l'»patched one column, under the command of Captain ■Roube, in one direction, who carried a strong position, he himself attacked a bastioned fort commanded by Tien-ho in person, and defended by about 300 men. After an obstinate struggle the fort was carried by escalade, and the enemy fled in all directions. The next day the three columns reunited at the stronghold of Tap- Inaoy, whioh, however, they found deserted, and which they burnt. This expedition, which does great honour to the troops engaged, has achieved complete success and Secured the tranquility of the colony.' A COUNTY COURT JUDGE AND THE SOLICITORS.—A chrious and important point of difference has arisen between Mr Josiah W. Smith, Q,C., judge of the county courts of Shropshire, Herefordshire, and Montgomeryshire, the solicitors who practise in his extensive circuit. ■Mr Smith lately succeeded to his office, on the resignation of Vincent Corbett, Esq, and at the first court held after his appointment he addressed the solicitors present, and informed them that he should make a rule requiring all legal gentlemen who practised in his courts, and appeared on behalf of the defendants, to state the nature of their Proposed defence as soon as the case was opened by the other side. Much dissatisfaction was expressed by the solicitors at the enactment of such an unusual rule; and at a subsequent court, held in Shrewsbury, Mr Craig, a solicitor having charge of a defence, asked the judge, "when he requested him to state the grounds on which he relied for a nonsuit, on what authority he sought to enforce the rule. His honour quoted see. 10, Vict. 15 and 16. cap. 04, which, after stating who may appear as a matter of right to conduct cases in courts, adds, 'or, by leave of the judge for any other person allowed by the judge to appear instead of the party to address the Court, but subject to such regulations as the judge may from time to time prescribe for the orderly transaction of the business of the court.' This, Mr Craig contended, gave the judge power to make rules for the guidance of unqualified prac- titioners only, and in the altercation which ensued his honour made use of the terms 'dodging' and 'contuma^ cious' with reference to Mr Craig's conduct; whereupon that gentleman immediately threw up his case and left the court. On the publication in the local newspapers of the details of the 'scene' his honour wrote to Mr Craig ^pressing the surprise and extreme pain with which he had read the report, and stating to the best of his recol- lection he had not, and certainly had not intended to have made use of such epithets. This letter was published, and the matter was supposed to have ended; but on the next holding of the court in Shrewsbury his honour Qelivered a lengthy address on the point at issue, in which, after reading the "section already quoted, and combating the theory that itreferred only to unqualified practitioners, ie expressed his determination to adhere to the regulation ?e made, and stated that he could enforce it either Dy withholding his fee from the non-compliant attorney «n feSuirin8 the defendant to conduct his own case, w i'i i a?detl. 'to prevent any altercation, which intv • "luite derogatory to my position, and to avoid » iiin? any Pecuniary loss on a professional man which enw ,1-rn0St reP°gnant to my position, I shall not «ntorce this regulation in either of these ways without an n?ce?sltJ'- I shall leave it to the attorney's good Hom f ^eehng and prudence, if he has any.' ha»in,?r ■ Present the matter rests, no case of disputo 8 arisen m tho court just held. THE TRIAL OF SERJEANT M'CARTHY ON THE CHARGE OF FKHIANISM.—LEGAL POINT.-On Monday in the Court of Queen's Bench, Dublin, Mr Butt, Q.C, (with whom was Mr M'Mahan) applied to the court for a writ of prohibition to stop the court-martial on Colour-serjeant I M'Carthy, of the 53rd regiment of Foot. The application was grounded on an affidavit of the prisoner, in which he stated that he is now a prisoner in the Arbour-hill Bar- racks that he was and is a colour-serjeant of the 53rd regiment of Foot; that he was arrested at Carrick-on- Suir by the military authorities, and by them handed over to the civil authorities, but subsequently restored to the custody of the military authorities. His name appeared on the calendar for trial at the commission, and that being so, it was questionable whether be could have been taken by the military authorities. The evidence made the charge one of high treason, and the court-martial had no power to try the prisoner for such a crime. In such a charge the learned gentleman contended the prisoner should have the advantage of the common iaw, and could not in a time of peace undergo a military trial for mutiny when that mutiny was merged in the greater crime of high treason. Having heard the arguments of the learned gentleman the court reserved judgment until Tuesday.
LIVERPOOLAN0 AKCTSEED, &c., MARKET June 12. (From Samuel Downes § Co, General Broker, 7, The Albany, Liverpool.) The importers of Nitrate of Soda having accepted lower prices a fair business has been transacted, sales 15,000 bags at 10s 9d to lis 3d, the market closing at lis to JIs 3d per cwt. No change in Guano, import 740 tons from Valparaiso. Saltpetre-rather more doing, sales 600 bags of Calcutta, 2 per cent refraction, at 23s, and 4! per cent at 22s per cwt. Linseed Oil Cakes—small 4 sales at the quotations. Linseed-a quiet market. 2,0'J0 bags of Calcutta on the spot at 64s, and 1,700 bags and pockets to arrive at 59s per quarter, without guarantee of quality; 3,000 pockets of ordinary Bengal at 618 per quarter c. f. and i. Rapeseed-no change, 6,130 bags and pockets of Bengal at 55s per quarter. The trade con- tinues to buy freely of Tallow; more inquiry from the manufacturing districts and other causes, inducing them to stock. Superior Souths are worth 44s 6d. £ s. JE s.LinseedCake— £ s. £ s.d. Guano, Teruvian 12 7 to 12 7 American 0 0 10 C Do. Upper do CO 7 0 English 10 5 10 10 Ichaboe Cottonseed Cake 7 0 7 0 Patagonian 2 5 3 5 Saltpetre 0 0 0 0 Saldiuiha Bay 4 5 0 0 Brimstone, 2nds Kooria Mooria 0 0 4 0 and 3rds 7 0 7 10 Pudro Keys (Nitrate of Soda. 0 13 0 14 KB1. of Ammonia 14 0 15 0 Linseed, Bombay Domc Ash 5 5 5 5 per qr 0 C8 0 68 Tallow, IstPYC. 0 48 49 OjCloverseed 0 53 0 57
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Ladies should at once obtain GltATlS uf their Draper or Corset Maker, THOMSON'S new Illustiation, showing tho yeritablo I I,¡()j)E DE JU'I^U'EKAHUV^* PASTURE FARM, 359 ACRES, to be LET, capital P House, at SUMMERTON, Pembrokeshlre.-Apply to Wm Davies, Esq, Haverfordwest. WANTED, a Young Man, in the Houses. One that has some knowledge of Gardening preferred. His character must bear the strictest investigation.— Apply to Mr Fletcher, the Gardens, Picton Castle. ELIZABETH BRIDGET GIBBS, late of Haverford- west, Wine and Spirit Merchant, a prisoner for debt in the Gaol at Haverfordwest Castle, in the county of Pembroke, adjudged Bankrupt on the 9th day of March, 1866. An Order of Discharge was granted by the Court of Bankruptcy for the Bristol District at Bristol, on the 8th day of May, 1866. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. ?T1HE First Meeting of Creditors of THOMAS X RICHARDS, of Milford Haven, in tha County of Pembroke, Brass and Iron Founder, Dealer and Chapman, will be held at the Bankruptcy Court, Bristol, on the 20th day of June, 18G6, at 11 a.m. Official Assignee, Mr Alfred John Acraman. Solicitors, Messrs Bramble and Blackburne, Athenaeum Chambers, Nicholas-street, Bristol. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. f I^HE First Meeting of Creditors of JOHN RICHARDS, X of Milford Haven, in the County of Pembroke, Chain, Chain Cable, and Anchor Maker, Smith, Dealer, and Chapman, will bo held at the Bankruptcy Court, Broad-street, Bristol, on the 20th day of June, 186G, at 11 a.m. Official Assignee, Mr Alfred John Acraman. Solicitors, Messrs Bramble and Blackburne, Athenajum Chambers, Bristol. Just published, price Is 6d cloth, free by post for 20 Stamps. HOW TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL ENGINEER: being Hints to Youths intending to adopt the Pro- fession. By Bernard Stuart, Engineer. 'To Youths intending to adopt the profession this book may be cordially commended as one to be made their daily adviser, their unfailing mentor and friend. To the lathers of families the profession of the engineer offers a new sphere of usefuluoes for their sons, a new source of affluence and honour.-Daiiy Review. Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo. London: Simpkin. Marshall, & Co. And all Booksellers. REMEDY FOR D EA R n UTOHER' S MEAT. Just published, fcp. 8vo. price Is G cloth, frco by pott for 20 stamps. POULTRY AS A MEAT SUPPLY: being Hints to Hen-wives how to Rear and Manage Poultry Economically and Profitably. By the author of the Poultry Kalendar.' The author has amply succeeded in carrying out a task which the ravages of the Cattle Plague have ren- dered doubly useful and called for. She clearly proves that any person can properiy house, feed, and rear poultry, with every due attention to their health and comfort, and yet gain a return of quite cent per cent upon his outlay,'—The Atlas. Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo. London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co, And all Booksellers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT at the nest General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be holden at the Sbire Ilall, Haverford- west, on Tuesday, the 3rd day of July next, the Justices then and there assembled will proceed to appoint Two Warders between the ages of 25 and 35, for the County Gaol and House of Correction, at the salary of 18s per woek. Applications with testimonials must bo sent to Mr Richard James. Clerk to the Visiting Justices, on or before Friday,.the 29th June instant. ROBERT LANNING, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. Clerk of the Peace's Office, Haverfordwest, June 7th, 1866. NOTICE. CAT T L E P LAG U E. County of Fembroke (to wit.) VTOTICE is hereby given, that the Justices of the Peace _Li of this County, in Quarter Sessions assembled, on the 9th day of June, 1866, being the local authority of the said County, have granted their Licences for the holding of FAIRS for the Sale of Cattle on the days and at the places undermentioned, namely:- At Llandeloy, on Monday, the 25th of June, 1866. At Newport, on Wednesday, the 27th of June, 1866 At Maenclochog, on Thursday, the 28th of June, 1866. By order of the Court, ROBERT LANNING, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. FINE ARTS EXHIBITIONS OF THE SEASON. ART-JOURNAL. P"f^HE JUNE number (price 2s 6d) contains LINE JL ENGRAVINGS after A. Elmore's Countess Isa- bella of Croye,' by J. Stancliffe; W. Hemsley's I Bird- catchers,' by R. Brandard, and G. Halse's 4 Britannia unveiling Australia,' by E. W. Stodart. The literary contributions include:—' The Royal Academy, Water Colours, and Institute of Painters' Exhibitions;' 'Lady Artists in Rome;' Mr Westmacott's Lectures at the Royal Academy;' Early Venetian Glass,' by W. Chaf- fers, F.S.A., illustrated; 'Gulliver's Travels, illustrated; Hannah More,' by Mr and Mrs S. C. Hall, illustrated; French Fine Art Exhibition, 1866; Kabyle Jewellery 'American Art;' French and Flemish Exhibition, &o. N.B.-Portfolios (made expressly for the purpose of holding the issue for one year), may be obtained from the publisher, price 3s, cloth gilt. Virtue & Co., 26, Ivy Lane, London. SOUTH W ALES.PEMBROKESHIRE. FARMS TO BE LET. GELLYFAWR, in the parish of Nevern, at the bead of the beautiful valley of the Gwaun. The whole of the buildings on this farm are quite new, with water- power and machinery complete. It contains about 250 acres, with extensive right of pasturage for sheep. Is distant about six miles from Fishguard, and four from Newport. The house is suited for the residence of a family of respectabilty. Also, PANTYGRWNDY, in. the parishes of Llantwd and St Dogmells, containing about 140 acres. The buildings on this farm are in excellent condition. It is distant about two miles from Cardigan. Both the above are in the occupation of the proprietor, and in excellent cultivation. Can be entered upon at once, or at Michaelmas; and, if wished, stock and crops taken at a valuation. For terms and to view, apply to Mr Asa J. Evans, Solicitor, Cardigan. June, 1866. zC2 A DAY TO AGENTS. WANTED, Aeents for the sale of LLOYD'S GREAT TOPGRAPHICAL RAILWAY AND COUNTY MAP OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, 5 feet large, mounted and varnished, for 8s. Cost £ 20,000, and four years' time. Just finished. The best map ever made since the world was formed. 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Lloyd, 4, Wine Office Court. Fleet-street, London, E.C. Pocket Editions, excellently mounted on canvas and elegantly bound, 8s, post free 8s 6d. — UNITED COUNTIES SOCIETY. PRESIDENT—THE EARL OF CAWDOR. THE following Prizes will be offered for Hunters and Colts, on Tacsday, the 25th of September next (being the day previous to the Agricultural Society's Show), at Carmarthen £ s. d. For the Best Hunter, 6 years or aged. 15 0 0 Best ditto, 5 years, 1st prize. 25 0 0 2nd ditto 10 0 0 Best ditto, 4 years, 1st prize. 25 0 0 2nd ditto 10 0 0 Best ditto, 3 years, 1st prize. 20 0 0 2nd ditto. 10 0 0 Best ditto, 2 years, 1st prize. 15 0 0 2nd ditto. 5 0 0 Best Hunter Mare, 4 years and upwards, 1st prize. 15 0 0 2nd ditto. 5 0 0 For the best Hunter, 5 years and upwards, bred in the counties of Carmarthen, Cardi- gan, and Pembroke 20 0 0 Given by the Earl of Cawdor. For the best Hunter, 4' years old, bred in the counties of Carmarthen, Cardigan, or Pem- broke lst prize. 20 0 0 2nd ditto. 5 0 0 CONDITIONS. All horses competing must be got by thoroughbred sires, and be the property of residents in the counties of Carmarthen, Cardigan, and Pembroke. The annual payment of one guinea, due on the 1st of August, constitutes a subscriber. Entrance fee to non-subscribers, one guinea for first horse, and half a guinea for every additional horse. All entries must be made in writing to tho Hon. Secretary on or before the 12th August; each entry to be accompanied by a certificate of age, breeding, name of sire, breeder, &c, printed forms of which may be had of the Hon, Secretary; and no entry will be received or considered valid unless accompanied by a certificate. All entries of non-subscribers must be accompanied by the entrance fee, according to Rules 7 and 8, or the entry will not be received. Further particulars can bo had on application to W. E. B. Gwyn, Esq, tile Hon. Sec., l'las Cvyrt Hyr, near Carmarthen. MR. EDWARD RIBBON, PIANO-FORTE, VIOLIN, AND VIOLONCELLO TEACHEB Piano-Fortes Tuned RESIDENCE -6, )rERUN'S TERRACE, HAVERFORDWEST^ PEMBROKESHIRE AND HAVERFORDWEST INFIRMARY. CONTRIBUTIONS 1866. THE Honorary Secretaries beg most gratefully to acknowledge the reccipt of the following sums, and would at the same time respectfully urge upon the attention of those Clergymen and Dissenting Ministers in the county, who have not yet made collections in behalf of this institution for the present year, the pressing and many claims which it has on their sympathy and support. £ s. d. Collection in Jefferston Church, per Rev.J. D. Palmour 2 2 0 Ditto in Burton Church, per Rev. JosophTombs 3 13 0 Ditto in Robeston West Church, per Rev W. H. Iliggon 1 8 8 Ditto in Llawhaden Church, per Rev Daniel Jones 2 8 6 Ditto in Bletherston Church, per Rev Daniel Jones 0 15 6 Ditto in National School Room, Solva, per Rev J. P. Williams 2 5 0 Ditto in Lampeter Velfrey Church, per Rev Richard Lewis 2 2 6 IN the Matter of MARY FERRIOR, a Lunatic, so found by Inquisition.—Under the provisions of the Lunacy Regulation Act, 1853, any person or persons claiming to be the heir or heirs-at-law of the said Mary Ferrior, formerly residing at Pearston, near Haverford- west, in the county of Pembroke, but now residing at Great Heaton, in the parish of Saint Ishmael's, in the same county, or claiming to be entitled under the statutes for the distribution of Intestates Estates (in case she were now dead intestate) to her personal Estate are on or before the 25th day of June, 1866, by their Solicitors, to come in and prove their heirship or kindred before the Masteis in Lunacy at their Office, No. 45, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the county of Middlesex, or in default thereof they will be precluded from the benefit of all proceeding in the above matter. Dated this SJJtli day of May, 18GG. EYRE & LAWSON, 1, John-street, Bedford Row, Agents for TOWELL, MATHIAS & EVANS, Haverfordwest, Committee's Solicitors. PURSUANT to an order of the High Court of Chan- P cery made in the matter of the Estate of ELIZA- BETH DAVIES, late of Hook, in the parish of Amble- ston in the county of Pembroke, widow, deceased, and in a cause Lodwick against Thomas, the creditors of the said Elizabeth Davies, who died in or about the month of January, 1865, arc on or before the 8th day of July, 18GG, to send by post, prepaid, to Messrs Powell, Mathias, and Evans, of Haverfordwest, in the county of Pem- broke, the solicitors of the defendants, the adminis- tratrix of the deceased, their christian and surnames, addresses, and descriptions, the full particulars of their claims, a statement of their accounts, and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them; or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefits of the said order. Every creditor holding any security is to produce the same before tho Master of the Rolls, at bis Chambers, situated in the Rolls Yard, Chancery Lane, Middlesex, on Wednesday, the 18th day of July, 1866, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, being the time appointed for adjudicating on the claims. Dated this 8th day of June, 1866. E. B. CHURCH, Chief Clerk. EYRE & LAWSON, 1, John-street, Bedford Row, London, W.C. Agents for POWELL, MATHIAS, & EVANS, Haverfordwest, Plaintiff's Solicitors. SOUTH WALES. THE EICKESTONE ESTATE. AN IMPORTANT AND ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Consisting of about 266 acres of prime land, chiefly in rich old pasture, together with a commodious gentle- manly residence, bailiff's bouse, and farm buildings; the whole of a value approaching JE700 per annum, and most advantageously situate in the parish of Robeston West, and county of Pembroke seven miles from the flourishing town of Haverfordwest, and four miles from Milford, where there are first-class stations of the South Wales and Great Western Railway. MESSRS E. & H. LUMLEY Are instructed by the owner to SELL BT AUCTION, at Garraway's Sale Rooms, Change Alley, Cornhill, London, on Friday, June 29th, at one, rpHE truly valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, _L known as • The Rickestone Estate,' consisting of a gentlemanly residence, and about 266 acres of land of the highest quality, in prime condition; and which, from its proximity to the important towns of Milford and Haverfordwest must continually increase in value. Possession of the principal residence and a great portion of the land can be had at 6nce, and the remainder will fall in in about three or four years. Detailed printed Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained at the principal hotels in the locality, the place of sale, and of Messrs Edward and Henry Lumley, Auctioneers and Land Agents, 67, Chancery Lane, and 31, St James's-street, Piccadilly, London. PEMBROKESHIRE. THE GLYNMEL ESTATE, AT FISHGUARD, Comprising Glyn-y-Mel House, with its pleasure and vegetable Gardens, Meadow, Pasture, and Woodland, and numerous Dwelling Houses, Public Houses, Business Premises, and Accommodation Land; pre- senting eligible investments. MESSRS RUSHWORTII, JARVIS,$ABBOTT, Have received instructions (pursuant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause Champion v. Fenton and others,') to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Castlo Hotel, Haverfordwest, on Wednesday, June 20th, 1866, at two for three o'clock precisely, in 19 lots, THE following valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, situate at Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, a charming district of South Wales, about 16 miles from the capi ta market town of Haverfordwest, viz., Glyn-y-Mel Hou se with capital stabling, gardens, meadow, pasture, and woodland, situate in the delightful vahey of the Gwaine, comprising about 8§ acres, in the occupation of John Worthington, Esq, on lease. A House and Garden, situate close to Park-y-Morfa turnpike gate, let to John Owen. The Dinas Arms,' 'Newport Arms,' and 'Bristol Trader,' public houses. The Residence and Garden distinguished as Bodmoor Lodge, let to Mr Thomas Davies. A Residence distinguished as Bridge House, with Garden. let to Captain W. G. Evans. and 33 other Dwelling Houses and Cottages (some with Shops), Warehouses, and Building and Garden Ground. Also Six Closes of Pasture Land, near to Park- y-Morfa turnpike gate. The house property will be offered for sale in suitable lots for small capitalists, as described in the printed particulars, which, with condi- tions of sale, may be obtained at the great Western and Commercial Hotels, Fisbguard; the Castle Hotel, Ha- verfordwest; Lion Hotel. Pembroke; and the Boar's Head, Carmarthen; in Liverpool, of Thomas Dodge, Esq, 15, Lord-street; and in London, of Messrs S. F. Miller & Son, Solicitors, Sussex Chambers, 10, Dake- street, St James's; of W. W. Wynne, Esq, Solicitor, 73, Mark-lane, E.C.; and of Messrs Rush worth, Jarvis, ajid Abbott, Surveyors and Auctioneers, 22, Savile Row Regent-street, W.; and 19. Change Alley, Cornhill; or will be forwarded on application. PURE AND UNADULTERATED. IMPORTANT TO DAIRYMEN & CHEESEFACTORS TRADE MARK. R. J. FULLWOOD & Co., (Late R. J. Fullwood & Bland,) HIGHLY CELEBRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF ANNATTO FOR COLOURING CHEESE AND BUTTER. Tbis valuable Article is prepared from the finest quality of the true Vegetable Annatto only, warranted perfectly pure, innocuous, and FREE FROM ANY ADULTERA- TION WHATEVER; it will be found the most con- venient and certain preparation for the purposes of colour- ing Cheese and Butter; produces a rich golden tint, so much esteemed in the London and other great Markets, without injury to their natural flavour, or discolouring the Whey Butter, with half the usual trouble to use, and r the certainty of colouring the whole Dairy of Cheese or Butter alike; is free from sediment, and will immediately incorporate or mix with the Milk or Cream. It has now been introduced upwards of thirty years, and obtained a considerable repute in the North and West of England, where it is used by the largest and most experienced Farmers, and is also in general demand in the Dairies of Scotland, Ireland, Holland, and Germany. IN COLOURING BUTTER it will be found by far superior and much cheaper than any other article in use for that purpose. PREPARED ONLY BY R. J. FULLWOOD & CO. Annatto Worhs, Somerset Place, London, Importers, Successors, and Sole Manufacturers of the Original Full wood's Aunattc. ESTABLISHED 17S5. To prevent Fraud, 0111 Annattos are stamped as above and bear our Trade Mark—A Stag with Olive-branch. Sold by all respectable Druggists, Grocers, rnd Cheese- factors throughout the kingdom, in Bottles of full measure, | Quarts, 5s, Two Quarts 10*, Pints '2A 9d, Half Pints, j Is 9d, Quarter Pints, Is, and UaU-Quart<jr I'inl8 Gd I caob. i A GRAND EVENING CONCERT OF VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC WILL BE GIVEN AT THE STIIRE HALL, HAVERFORDWEST. ON TUESDAY, JUNE THE 19TH, 1866, BY MR. FROST (Alaw'r Dyffnjn), r r Winner of the Triple Harp Scholarship at the Grand National Eisteddford of 1S63, Assisted by the following distinguished Artistes: MR L L W Y V 0 LEWIS, (Llew LIu-yvo,) BARITONE. MISS LLWYVO LEWIS, CONTRALTO. MISS WALTERS, OF TREDEGAR, SOPRANO, MR GEORGE, BEAUFORT, TENOR, MR M. H. DAVIES, (Pupil of FRANK Mom, London,) BASSO. PIANIST,—MR CAIRD, (Organist of Tredegar, Monmouthshire). CORNET-A.PISTON:-MR W. L. HARDING. • PEOGEAMME, PART I. HARP Soro-I Ah! Vous Diral Je Maman,'—Mr Frost.Par Cardon. SONG—' Blow high, blow low,'—Mr Davies Dibdin. SONG—' Robert toi que j'aime,'—Miss Walters Meyerbeer. SONG-' My pretty Jane,'—Mr George. Hatton. BALLAD-' I'm a poor Shepherd Maid,'—Miss Llwyvo Lewis Anon. TRIO—* Zitti, Zitti, Piano, piano,'—Miss Walters, Mr George, and Llew Llwyvo Rossini. DUETT-Harp and Piano—Mr Frost and Mr Caird. RECITATIVE AND AIR-' Oh, ruddier than the cherry,Llew Llwyvo Handel. gONG-" As burns the charger,'—Mr Davies. Sheild. DUETT—' The Gipsy Countess,Llew Llwyvo and Miss Lewis. INTERVAL OF TEWMISUTES. PART II. ITARP SOLO-' Llwyn Onn,'—Mr Frost Miss Emma Fallon. CAVATINA—' Come into the garden, Maud,'—Mr George Balfe. SONG-" By the sad sea wave,—Miss Llwyvo Lewis Benedic. PCHNA—'The Desert,Llew Liwyvo Emmanuel. QQAIITETTF-' The rising of the Sun,Miss Walters, Miss Lewis, Mr George, Mr Davies. DUETT—Piano and Cornet,—Messrs Caird and Harding. SONG—' High on the giddy bending mast,'—Mr Davies Haydn, SONG—'Abraham Lincoln,'—Mr George Blamphin. SONG—' Una voce poco fa,'—Miss Walters Rossini. SoNG—' Una voce poco fa,'—Miss Walters Rossini. BUFFO SONG-" I'm a roamer,Llew Llwyvo Mendelssohn. DUETT—'Love and War.'—Messrs Davies and Goorge. Cook. FANTASIA—Harp,—Mr Frost Aptommas. Doors open at Half-past Seven, Concert to commence at Eight o'clock. Tickets.—Reserved Seats, 2s; Unreserved, Is; may be had of Mr Sayce, and Mr Potter, Stationers; Mr Dane, Dew-street; and Mr Phillips, Chemist, Castle-square. PEMBROKE-DOCK. The same Artistes will give a Concert at the Temperance Hall, Pembroke-dock, on Friday, June the 22nd, 1866. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of JUNE, 1866. The Liverpool and Bristol Channel Steam Navigation Company'? Steam Ships SOVEREIGN, Capt, W. Adams. MONTAGU, Capt Speakman JANK BACON, Capt. Neill ARTIZAN, Capt. Morris WINDlUUIERE. CaM. J. Barrett AlfNIEVERNON,Capt.KOUlStOn J.KENNEDY, Capt. Welsh SWANSEA, Capt. R. Barrett. AGNES JACK, Capt. Gibbs The above, or some other suitable vessel, is intended to sai with Goods and Passengers, (unless prevented by any unforeseen occurrence) as follows, with or without pilots, and liberty to tow vessels From Liverpool to Milford and Bristol. Landing passengers for SWANSEA, at the Mumbles, (weather permitting.) Saturday, June 2 Ill morn Saturday 16 11J morn Saturday. 9 6 even Saturday 23 7 even Saturday, June 30th, 10J morn. From Milfordjor Bristol. Landing Passengers for Swansea at the Mumble s (weather permitting) Sunday June 3 5 morn Sunday 17 5 morn Sunday 10 12 noon Sunday 24 1 after Sunday, July lst, 4 morn. From Milford for Liverpool. Returning from Bristol every Tuesday, and from Swansea every Wednesday. Wednesday June 6 4 after I Wednesday 20. 4 after Wednesday 13 H night | Wednesday 27 10 night F A K E 8 :— (Return tickets available for two voyages.) Cabin. Deck. Return Milford to or from Liverpool 13s Od 7s Od 18b Milfcrd to or from Bri5tol 8s 6d 7s Od 13s Milford to or from Swansea (Mumbles) 5s Od 3s Od — Passengers are landed and embarked at Milford (weather per- mitting) free of charge in the Steam Tender GIPSY. For further particulars see small bill, or apply to John Baooi and Co., Managing Owners, 14, Water-street, Liverpool; G. H. Evans, Bristol; Charles Lamb, Swansea; John Kenworthy an4 go., Manchester. R. D. HORE, AGENT, MILFORD.
HAVERFORDWEST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. LIST OF CONTKIBUTIONS TO THE LIBRARY FUND. £ s. d. J. H. Scourfield, Esq., M.P.10 0 0 Rev J. H. A. Philipps, M.A.. 5 0 0 Hon. Capt. W. Edwardes 5 0 0 JD. Brown, Esq 2 2 0 John Lloyd, Esq. 2 2 0 W. Davies, Esq 3 3 0 T. Rowlands, Esq 1 1 0 Rev. W. B. Rowlands, M.A. 1 1 0 Mrs W. B. Rowlands. 1 0 0 Rev. J. B. Rowlands, B.A. 1 0 0 J. Marychurcb, Esq. 1 1 0 Henry Davies, Esq. 1 0 0 G. L. Owen, Esq. 1 0 0 H. P. Goode, Esq. 1 1 0 R. Williams, Esq 1 0 0 R.Harvey.Esq. 110 J. Harvey, Esq. 110 Mr P. P. Ellis 110 J. W. Phillips, Esq. 1 1 0 Mr E. J. Potter 10 0 Mr T. Whicher Davies 1 1 0 T. R. Owen, Esq. 1 1 0 Mr W.Lloyd. 100 Mr J. Warr 1 1 0 Mr G. Palmer 10 0 Mr W. Williams 10 0 W. John, Esq 110 Rev, T. Horn, M.A. 010 0 Mr W. Hood 010 0 Mr W. H. Rees G 10 0 Mr Blethyn 0 10 0 Mr T.J.White 0 10 6 Mr C. Saies. 0 10 6 Mr J; Phillips 0 10 6 Mr S. Green. 0 10 0 Mr T.Williams 0 10 0 Mr James Phillips. 0 5 0 Mr John Phillips. 0 5 0 Mr W. Phillips 0 5 0 Messrs Greenish and Dawkins.. 0 10 0 Messrs R. James and Son 1 1 0 T. H. Wilson, Esq., 0 10 0 Mr John Brown o 10 0 Right Hon. Earl of Cawdor 6 0 0 J. L. G. P. Lewis, Esq. 1 0 0 A Friend, per Rev. S. O. Meares 16 0 T. Skone, Esq 110 T. Randle, Esq. I 1 0 W. Randle, Esq. 1 1 0 Rev. James Thomas, M.A. 1 1 0 A Lady, per Rev. W.B. Rowlands 1 0 0 W. Williams, Esq. 1 1 0 Henry Phillips, Esq. 0 10 0 Mr G. N. Hassell 0 10 0 Mr Nicholas. 0 10 0 Mr W. Llewellin 0 5 0 James Higgon, Esq 2 0 0 Mr. Thomas Baker 0 10 6 W. Rees, Esq. 1 1 0 T. Edwardes, Esq I 1 0 "Anon." per RevW.B.Rowlands 1 0 0 T. Watts, Esq 1 0 0 E. T. Massy, Esq 2 2 G. Lort Phillips, Esq., M.P 6 0 0 E. P. Phillips, Esq 1 1 0 A. Beynon, Esq 0 10 0 Mrs H. Ackland 0 5 0 James Summers, Esq 1 1 0 W. Walters, Esq 1 1 0 R. Pavin Davies, Esq 1 1 0 Rev.F.Foster. 010 0 J. E. Evans, Esq., a present of books. Rev. C. H. Barham, a present of books. Mr Saunders 0 10 6 W. Williams, Esq. 1 0 0 Mr Gibbon 0 5 0 Rev C. H. Barham 1 1 0 Rev Canon Thomas 1 0 0 Ezra Roberts, Esq. 1 1 0 David Davies, Esq 1 1 0 Nett proceeds of first Reading.. 3 16 0 Miss Harries. 1 0 0 Rev. R. Lewis, Lampeter 1 0 0 Major Willan 1 0 0 Nett proceeds of second Reading 3 17 G Mr David Lewis 0 10 0 Nett proceeds of Third Reading 2 3 10 J.A.Oweo,Esq.,B.A. 1 1 Q Nett proceeds of Fourth Reading 3 5 10 R. Llewellin, Esq j Q y Miss Minnie Reynolds 110 Nett proceeds of Fifth Reading 4 12 10 Nett proceeds of Sixth Reading 4 13 10 Nett proceeds of Seveuth Reading 2 16 10 Mr Green, a set of maps. J. B. Henley, Esq. 1 0 0 Contributions will be received by the Honorary Secre- tary, Rev W. Powen llowlauds, M.A., Head Master of the Grain nar School, and by the lion. Treasurer, Air Joha Jiuuvs, High-etroet, II^crforcl^Gst,
PRENDERGAST CHURCH RESTORATION FUND. IN the vear 1845 an effort was made by the late Rev. W. W. Harris to repair and enlarge' the Parish Church of Prendergast, and subscriptions were promised towards that object to the amount of about £ 200. The failure of that effort from varions causes, combined with the increased dilapidations which have accrued during the last twenty years now render an entire reconstruc- tion and enlargement of the fabric absolutely necessary. Towards this undertaking the Rector and Church- wardens respectfully solicit the assistance of the public. Population, Prendergast 1540 Number of sittings in present Church. 180 Ditto in proposed Church 814 Contributions already promised:- £ 8. d. Mr Massy, Cottesmore 100 0 0 Rev. J. H. A. Philipps, Picton Castle 100 0 0 Mr Scourfield, M.P., Williamston 50 0 0 Mr Lloyd, Glanafon 50 0 0 Mr John Harvey, Picton Place. 50 0 0 Mr Joshua Harvey, Mill Bank. 50 0 0 Rev. F. Foster, M.A., Poyston, 50 0 0 Mr Davies, Spring Gardens 25 0 0 Mr Stannard, Old Bridge. 25 0 0 Lord Bishop of St. David's. 20 0 0 Mr R. H. Harvey 20 0 0 MrLortPhillips,M.P,LawrennyPark 10 0 0 Mr Rose, Springfield 10 0 0 Mr Walters, High Street 20 0 0 Mr Daniel Lloyd, Old Bridge. 500 Mrs James, Commercial Inn. 6 0 0 Mr Williams, Spring Gardens 500 Mr John Lewis, Woodbine. 500 Mr John Duckfield, Old Bridge 330 Mr Street, London, per Mr Smithett 330 Messrs Jones & N asb, Bristol. 220 Mr Morris, Prendergast 200 Mr James, Prendergast Hill 200 Mr Taylor, Old Bridge 1 0 0 Mrs John, Prendergast, 1 1 0 Mr Thomas John, Prendergast 110 Mr E. H. Smithett, Market-street. 110 Mr Cope, Saethaelwyd. 110 Mr Madocks, Picton Place. 100 Mr R. H. Wilson, Bristol 100 Mr Titus Jenkins, Old Bridge. 100 Messrs Powell, Mathias, & Evans.. 6 0 0 Mr P. P. Ellis, High-street 2 2 0 Messrs R. James & Son. 2 2 0 Mr Thomas Baker, High-street. 220 Alrs Williams, Mill Inn. 220 Miss Mountague, Bristol 400 Miss Barnard, Bristol 1 o 0 Mr John Phillips, Victoria Place. 100 Mr Jos. Godwin, Wrington. 1 3 o Mr E. Potter, High-street 100 A Frieiid, per Mr Stannard.. 220 Mr Joseph Thomas, Bridge-street.. 5 0 0 Mr S. Jenkins, Prendergast 100 A Friend. 1 0 0 Mr Davies, Plough and Harrow. 100 Mr James Godwin, Bristol 500 Messrs Greenish and Dawkins 2 2 0 The Misses Reynolds, Salutation. 220 Mr Edmond, Dark-street 1 0 0 Mr W. Hood, High-street. 100 Rev Mr and Mrs Barham, Trecwn 20 0 0 Mr Goode, High-street 500 Mr G. L. Owen, Withybush 550 Mr T. R. Owen, Foley House 220 Mrs Brownell, Leamington, per Mrs Massy. 1 0 0 Mr Vallance, Hurst Pier-point 220 Mr D. R. Evans 110 Mr H. D. Reynolds, Surgeon, Haver- fordwest 110 A Friend, per Mrs Barham 10 0 0 Mr Henly, High Street 500 Mr Wm. Lloyd, High Street 110 Mrs Rees, Market Street 10 0 Miss Stokes, Market Street 0 10 0 Mr Wilson, Market Street, per Mr Smithett 0106 Capt. and Mrs Smithett, per Mr Smithett 1 0 0 A A. H. per Mr Smithett. 0 10 0 Mr E. H Ellis, Dew Street 0 10 6 Collected by Miss Phillips, Poyston. 400 Mr H. Davies, Old Bridge. 500 Mr Phillips, Prendergast Place. 100 Rev T. Horn, Hill-street 200 Mr Oakshot, Swansea 110 A Friend. 2 0 0 Mr Phillips, Shoals Hook. 0 10 0 Rev R. T. Hopper, Clifton. 100 Mr Miles, Prendergast O 10 6 Mr Walter Reynolds. 110 Mr James Williams, Market-street.. 0 10 6 Mr Hughes, Victoria Place. 1 0 0 Mr D. P. Saunders, Bridge-street. 100 Mr Stephen Green, High-street. 1 1 0 Mr Jo-hn Brown, Market-street 110 Miss Gwyther, Swan Inn 100 Mr T. James, Commercial Inn 110 Mr Llewellin. Spittal 0 10 0 Mr Bowen, High-street. 10 0 Mr James A. Owen, Westminster 220 Rev. James Allen, Castlemartin 10 0 0 Mr Henry Allen, Barrister-at-Law 220 Mr Colby, Fynone, per Mrs Massy 2 0 0 Mr Scurlock, High-street 0 10 6 Messrs W. Baker and Sons, Bristol, per Mr Farrow 330 Mr Charles Prior, per Mr P. P. Ellis. 0 10 6 Collected by Miss Williams, Mill Inn 3 3 10 Mrs D. Lewis. Quay-street 10 0 Mr Griffiths, High-street n 10 0 Mr Jobn Harding, Prendergast 10 0 Mr and Mrs Dawson, Sydenham. 10 10 0 Mrs Bushe and MIBS Phillips o n n 5 iS S Mr T. N. Phillips, Dew-street 0 10 0 Mr Campbell, Old Bridge 1 0 0 Blethyn, High-street 0 10 0 Mr John Williams at Lloyd's, coach- maker J J Q Mr David Lewis, Bridge-street 1 0 0 AFriend. 10 0 0 Mr Thomas Harding, Prendergast 100 Rev W. B. Rowlands 1 1 0 Mr Wm. Owen, Portfield 110 Mr Brown, Kensington House 220 Mr Morris, Bristol 1 1 0 Collected by Miss E. Foster 17 16 0 Ditto by Miss L. Foster 3 7 9 Ditto by Miss M. Clerk 1 11 0 Mrs Barnard, Clifton 1 0 0 A Friend, per Mr White 0 10 0 Mr Rogers, Tower Hill. 0 10 0 A Friend 1 0 0 Mrs Sawyer, Clifton 2 2 0 Mr Kerslake, Bristol 0 10 6 Miss Sykes, Clifton 0 10 0 Mrs Robins, per Mrs liarham 500 Rev T. Martvn, Hi 11-street 1 0 0 Mr Marycburch, Bridgeestreet 1 1 0 Collected in weekly pence by parish- ioners 23 3 4 Colleoted by Miss Nash, Clifton. 100 Collected by Miss Cousins, Bristol.. 2 10 (; FRANCIS FOSTER, M.A., Rector | TOTTN HARVEY 1 I PUILIP WHITE)} Churchwardens, PHCENIX FIRE OFFICE, REDUCTION OF DrTY. THE REDUCED DUTY of Is Cd per cent per an. .L num is now CHARGED on all Insurances effected, whether on buildings, furniture, or stock. GEO. W. LOVELL, Secretary. Lombard-street and Charing Cross, April, 1866. BrEAM: COMMUNICATION WITH TH SOUTH OF IRELAND. Fit New Milford (Milford 1Yatwfwi DAILT SERVICE—SDBDAT8 ZICXPTED. tilHE Milford Haven and Waterford Steam Ship A Royal Mail Steamers will sail (wind and weather per mining. MILFORD HAVEN & WATERFORD. From NevrMilford)6.45p.m.,cn J From Waterford, 6.0 p.m, on arrival of the 9.15 a .m. express arrival of the train from Cork, and G.O a.m. third class trains, Limerick, &c, so as to enable so as to enable passengers to [ passengers to proceed by proceed by the S.O a.m train to 8.15a.m.expres? train,reaching Limecick, Cork, &c. | London about 6 p.m. For iTurtber particulars apply at any of the Railway Sta.tioi.rt or of Messrs Jackson & Co, Xew Milford, South Wales. See B adehaw's Railway Guide and Time Tablo PEMBROKESHIRE. MESSRS. GOODE AND OWEN Have been instruoted by the representatives of the lata Thomas Llewellin, Esq, Treginnis, deceased, to offer for SALE BY AUCTION, at the COMMERCIAL INN, in the city of St David's, on Wednesday, the 27th of June, 1866, at twe o'clock p.m., THE following very important and desirable FREE- -L HOLD PROPERTY, in and near the city of St David's, the whole arranged in six lots, viz:— LOT. I-All that genteel and well arranged Residence called GROVE HOUSE, very pleasantly placed at the eartern approach to the city of St David's aforesaid; with extensive and convenient out-buildinfs and yards; a large walled garden and beautiful lawn; the whole in. excellent condition and repair, and nearly surrounded by belts of plantations and shrubberies; also two very rich and valuable Meadows and a Piece of Arable Ground conveniently adjoining, forming altogether one of tho most delightful and desirable residences in that highly respectable and important locality. Quantity 8a Ir 3p. The Rev. Thomas Richardson is the occupier of this lot, as well as of lots 2, 4, o, and 6, as tenant from year to year. Lor 2.-A very valuable FIELD called Park Newvdd, situate on the north side of Lot 1, and on the east side of and near New-street in the said city of St David's, con- taining 4a J r 14p of rich land. LOT 3.—Four Cottages and Gardens, on the west sida of Lot 1, and fronting the principal street; affording very eligible Building Sites; occupied respectively by William John, Ann Young, and John Phillips, as yearly tenants. Qnantity lr 1p. LOT 4.—A rich and conveniently situate FIELD, called Park Felyn Gwynt,' adjoining the Windmill, and containing 2a 17p of land. LOT 5.—A very productive FIELD, adjoining the road leading to Carvai, and called Park Tre Cornel.' Quantity 2a 14p. LOT 6.—Another productive FIELD, separated by the road leading to Carvai from Lot 5, and called Park Jet Iron, containing la 3r 28p of land. For particulars apply to Mr James Summers, Solicitor, Haverfordwest; or to Messrs Goode & Owen, EstMO Agents, &c, Haverfordwest. HAVERFORDWEST. READY MONEY SALE. Sale of Horses, Ponies, Carriages, Single and Tandem Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Horse Clothing, &c. MR WALTER REYNOLDS Will Sell by Auction, opposite the Salutation Hotel on Saturday, the 16th of June, 1866, rraE undermentioned HORSES, CARRIAGES, And JL other effacts, including the well known stud bone Reception, 7 years old, for performances (vide Racing Calendar), also a very useful Chestnut Horse, immenso bone, is a capital roadster, and goes well with hounds Bay Mare, 15i hands, nearly thoroughbred the cele- brated Pony Barney Bodkin; a very superior White- chapel dog cart, by Lloyd, nearly new, four-wheel phseton, two saddles, one racing saddle, tandem harness, equal to new, snaffle bridles, couple of suits of horse clothing complete, &c, &c. The Auctioneer would call the attention of Gentlemen and others to this sale, as he can confidently recommend the above articles to their notice, the whole being very little used, and all in first class order. The sale to commence at two o'clock precisely. N.B.—Any gentlemen who may have any things they would like to offer for sale, the Auctioneer would be most happy to put them up. 1, Picton Place, June 7th, 1866. ESTABLISHED 1852. PROVINCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. FIRE-LIFE—ANNUITIES. Chief Offices:—High-street, Wrexham; 49, Moorgate-street, London; 77, Buchanan-street, Glasgow TRUSTEES The Right Hon. Lord Boston. The Right Hon. Lord Tredegar. Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bart.. M.P. Colonel Myddleton Biddulph, M.P. Townshend Mainwarinsr, Esq, M.P. Thomas Barnes, Esq, M.P. The Very Rev. the Dean of St Asaph. Thomas Brassy, Esq, Westminster. Hugh Owen, Esq, Barnsbury, London. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD: T H 0 M A S B A B K E S, ESQ., M.P., F^rnworth, and the Quinta, Salop. All the usual descriptions of Fire and Life Insurances effected on the most moderate terms, and every attention given to the business with which the Company may ba favoured. ANTHONY DILLON, Secretary to the Compay. Applications for Agencies to the Secretary or to Mr E. Prosser, 9, Park Terrace, Pontypool, Superintendent of Agents in South Wales, will receive immediate atten- tion. TUESDAY, JUNE 19TH, IS THE LAST DAY FOR TICKETS. 1866.—THIRTEENTH SEASON.—im. ART UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN. ONE SHILLING PERIS HARE. 1,222,320 Tickets have been sold inUhe twelve previous drawings, and 13,802 Prizes distributed, including 3,439 Paintings, in amounts varying from 200 guineas down- wards, being One Prize in each 88 Tickets. The Drawing for Prizes:will take place ON SATURDAY, JUNE 30TH, 1 8 6 S, and will consist of upwards of TWELVE HUNDRED PRIZES. 'The Outlaw's Wooing'-lst Prize-Thos. Heaphey-£l50 'The Fisherman's Return'—2nd Prize—E. Holmes— £ 100 'Near Capel Carig, N. Wales'—3rd Prize—Mrs J. W. Brown— £84 1 Making for Port»—4thjPrize—W. H. Williams-£73 10a In the Exhibition of the Works of British Artists. Manchester, And about 250 other Paintings from £70 down. [Particulars in Prize Lists.] Tickets, One Shilling each, entitling the holder to one chance in the drawing, may be had from the under- mentioned agents; or will be forwarded direct by the Seoretary on receipt of envelope (stamped and directed) '°s!il:" Postage stamps or post-office order for the number of tickets required. JAMES G. LAW, 3P, Oxford-street, Manchester. LOCAL AGENTS. W. Sayee, bookseller, High-street. J. R. James, bookseller, Cardigan. IN CHANCERY. IN the Matter of an Act of Parliament passed in the 19th and 20th years of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled An Act to facilitate Leases and Sales of settled Estates,' and In the Matter of a Freehold Estate and Col- lieries, called the Landshipping Estate, and Collieries, situate in the parishes of Martletwy and Coedcanlaas, in the county of Pembroke, held upon the trusts of the Will of Sir Esmond Stanley, Knight, deceased. Notice is hereby given, that a Petition in the above mentioned matters was on the Cist day of May, 1866, presented to the Right Honourable the Lord High Chan- cellor of Great Britain, for hearing before the Vice Chancellor Sir John Stuart, by Mary Ana Bontein Stanley, of the city of Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, widow, praying that, in pursuance of the said Act of Parliament of the 19th and 20th Victoria, William Matthew Coulthurst, and Edward Marjoribanks, the younger, the trustees acting under the said Will of the said Sir Edmond Stanley, deceased, might be ordered to execute a lease to John Maule Sutton, of Landshippinir aforesaid, gentleman, his executors, administrators, and assigns, of the above-mentioned Landshipping Collieries. « Olfort>' >'ear8 froni tbe 30th day of January, 1866,- upon the terms and conditions mentioned in a certain agreement therein referred to, dated the 28th day of November, ISuo, and that a lease according to sucli terms and conditions might be settled in the Chambers ot the Judge to whose Court the said Matter is attache, and that all proper directions might be given for carry- ing into effect the purposes aforesaid, or that such further or other Order might bo made in the premises as the nature of the case might require, and to his Lordship should seem meet. And Noiice is hereby also given, that the Petitioner mr.y be served with any Order of the Court, or Notice relating to the subject of the said Petition, at the Office of her Solicitors, Messieurs J.& J. H. Lmkiater, Ilack- wood, and Addison, situate at No. 7, Walbrook, in the City of London. Dated this fifth day cf June, 18GG. J. & J. 1] I LLMELATEU, IIACWO'JD, & ADDISON, jjolicitor.s for the Petitioner, 7, Walbrook, London, E.C,