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SOUTH WALES. THE KICXESTONE ESTATE. AN IMPORTANT AND ELIGIBLE FEEEHOLD PEOPEET Y, Consisting of about 2CG 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 S700 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. è- H. LUMLEY Are instructed by the owner to SELL BY AUCTION, at Garraway's Sale Rooms. Change Alley, Cornhill, London, on Friday, June 29th, at one, THE truly valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, i known as 'The Ilickestone 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 once, and the remainder will fall in in about three or four yeare. 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. IN CHANCERY. IN the Matter of an Act of Parliament passed in 19tli 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 Laadshipping Estate, and Collieries, situate in the parishes of Martletwy and Coedcanlass, in the county of Pembroke, held upon the trusts of the Will of Sir Edmond Stanley, Knight, deceased. Notice is hereby given, that a Petition in the above mentioned matters was on the 31st 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 Alary Ana Bontein Stanley, of the city of Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, widow, praying that, in pursuance of the said Act of Pailiament of the 19th and 20th Victoria, William Matthew Coultburst, 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 Landshipping aforesaid, gentleman, his executors, administrators, and assigns, of the above-mentioned Landshipping Collieries, for the term of forty years from the 30th day of January, 1866, upon the terms and conditions mentioned in a certain agreement therein referred to. dated the 28th day of November, 1865, and that a lease according to such, terms and conditions might be settled in the Chambers of the Judge to whose Court the said Matter is attached, and that all proper directions might be given for carry- ing into effect the purposes aforesaid, or that such further or other Order might be made in the premises as the nature of the case might require, and to his Lordship should seem meet. And Notice is hereby also given, that the Petitioner may 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. Linklater, Hack- wood, and Addison, situate at No. 7, Walbrook, in the City of London. Dated this fifth day of June, 1866. J. & J. H. LINKLATER, HACEWOOD, & DDISON, Solicitors for the Petitioner, 7, Walbrook, London, E.C. PEMBROKESHIRE. MESSRS. GOODE AND OWEN Have been instructed by the representatives of the late 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 two o'clock p.m., THE following very important and desirable FREE- JL 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-buildings 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 the most delightful and desirable residences in that highly respectable and important locality. Quantity 8a lr 3p. The Rev. Thomas Richardson is the occupier of this lot, as well as of lots 2, 4, 5, and 6, as tenant from year to year. LOT 2.-A very valuable FIELD called Park Newydd, 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 side 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. Quantity Ir 1 p. 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 I a 3r 28p of land. For particulars apply to Mr James Summers, Solicitor, Haverfordwest; or to Messrs Goode & Owen, Estate Agents, &c, Haverfordwest. UNITED COUNTIES SOCIETY. PRESIDENT—THE EARL OF CAWDOR. THE following Prizes will be offered for Hunters and Colts, on Tuesday, the 25th of September next (being the day previous to the Agricultural Society's Show), at Carmarthen:— X 8. 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 O Best ditto, 3 years, 1st prize. 20 9 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 1st 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 balf a guinea for every additional horse. All entries must be made in writing to the 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 lee, according to Rales 7 and 8 or tha entry will not be received. > Further particulars can be had on application to W E. B. Gwyn, Esq, the Hon. See" Plas Cwrt Hyr near Carmarthen. PURE AND UNADULTERATED. IMPORTANT TO DAIRYMEN & CHEESEFACTORS Zip TRADE MARX. R. J. FULLWOOD & Co., (Late R. J. Fullwood & Bland,) HIGHLY CELEBRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF ANNATTO FOR COLOURING CHEESE AND BUTTER. This 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 Butte: produces a rich golden tint so much esteemed in the London and other great Markets without iniury to their natural flavour, or discolouring the Whey Butter, with half the usual trouble to use and the certainty of colouring the whole Dairv of Chee«» nr Butter alike; is free from sediment, and will immediate?* incorporate or mix with the M ilk or Cream 'aiejy It has now been introduced upwards of thirty years and obtained a considerab e rennte in rhn of England, where it is used hv WeSt experienced Farmers and is rlso'^n argest and most the Dairies of Scotland^fa £ }S^Po'lf^r ia IN COLOURING BOTTFli V Vt 11 K R Germany, superior and much cbeaDer *han our)(l far for that purpose. P other article in use PREPARED OSLY BY R- J. F U L L WOO D & CO. Annatto TVorks, Somerset Place, London, Importers, Successors, and Sole Manufacturers of the Original Fuiiwood's Annatto. ESTABLISHED 1785. To prevent Fraud, our Annattos are stamped as above and bear our Trade Mark-A Stac with Olive-branch. Sold by all respectable Druggists. Grocers, and Cheese- factors throughout the kingdom, in Bottles of full measure, 'o' °i,,Q?arti l03' ,laintS 2S 9d. Ha,f Pinte> is 9d, Quartet Pints, le, and Quartet Pinto H eacb..

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