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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,