CHEPSTOW. PETTY SESSIONS, OCT. 20, before A. B. SAVERY and HENRY CLAY, junr., Esqrs. STEALING FAGGOTs.-Ebenezer Horton was charged with stealing two faggots, of the value of two-pence, the goods of John Barrett, eating-house keeper, of Chepstow. Dinah Barrett, wife of prosecutor, deposed On Saturday evening last, about half-past nine o'clock, I went into my shop and saw the prisoner coming in; I told him if be did not pay for two faggots my son had served him with, I would send for the policeman; he said he had no money; he then snatched two faggots out of a tin on the counter and eat them. Before the trial the prisoner gave his name as Ebenezer Morgan, but on Captain Savery enter ing the room he recognised him to be an old militia-man, and reminded him that his .name was Horton. Sentenced to fourteen days' imprisonment, with hard labor, at Usk.
CAERLEON. DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE.—A MAN SHOT. Much excitement was eaused in this neighbourhood, and for a considerable distance around, during last week, by a report that a man had been deliberately murdered at the Park farm, near this place. Upon the facts being inquired into they were found not to be of such an appalling character as was at first made to appear, although it unhappily proved too true that a man bad been so injured by being shot as to place his life in imminent danger. It appears that the unfortunate man, whose name is William Moulton, and who was employed by Mr. Scard, of the farm above-named, was attending to his duties in the farm yard about five o'clock on the morning of Wednesday, the 19th inst., when he was shot by, as it has transpired, a man named John Ball, who, as will be seen below, has since confessed his guilt. As- sistance being at band, the sufferer, who supported him- self by leaning against a door post, was caught by two inmates of the house, who had been attracted to the spot by the report of the gun, just as he was about falling to the ground, and having been conveyed to the house, Mr. Brewer, surgeon, was sent for, who upon his arrival pro- nounced the injuries to be of a very dangerous character, in consequence of which, and the symptoms not becoming more favourable, the Rev. Wm. Powell and John James, Esq., magistrates, proceeded, on Friday morning, with Mr. E. B. Edwards, their clerk, to the Park farm, to take the unfortunate man's deposition. On entering the room a scene of great misery presented itself. In one bed lay the man's wife, who had been confined therein for several years from an incurable affliction, and in another was her husband, whose sufferings and weakness nearly prevented articulation, so that it was with some difficulty that the following deposition could be taken — William Moulton, being sworn, said: I am employed by Mr. Simeon Scard, and have the care of the horses and stables at the Park farm; the prisoner was employed there by Mr., Anstey, the bailiff, or by Mr. Scard, as a laborer; I never had a mis.word with the prisoner; on Wednesday morning last, at from ten to fifteen minutes past five o'clock, as I was going from the house to the stable, I saw the prisoner in a corner of a field; I went on towards the stable; when I got opposite the third door of the beast house a gun was fired and I felt I was shot in the back and arm; I turned round and saw the prisoner walking away up the field towards the wood; I called for assistance to Mr. Anstey, and my two fellow-workmen came to help me; they held me up, and I scrambled to the front gate, and there I met Mr. Anstey, who put his arms round me and helped me over the stile; they got me into the kitchen where they left me, and I was brought to bed, where I have been ever since. Information having been conveyed to Sergeant Povall, of Caerleon, immediately after the occurrence, he pro- ceeded to the farm and apprehended Ball, whilst at work in a field, when he protested his innocence; but subse- quently, when placed before the magistrates at Caerleon, on the day the deposition was taken, he confessed that he did shoot at Moulton, and had waited half an hour for him before he effected his purpose. The prisoner was remanded and will continue to be so from time to time until the wounded man is pronounced out of danger, of which there is now some hope, as his medical attendant has succeeded in extracting a quantity of shots of the description called swan shot," from him. It appears that Ball had some antipathy against Moulton in consequence of a suspicion that he had given information to a woodward that he (Ball) had cut and damaged some wood in the vicinity. When before the bench, the prisoner endeavoured to exculpate himself in some degree by seeking to implicate the bailiff, Anstey, by saying that he gave him 2s. to com- mit the deed, but the story seemed to be unworthy of belief.
BLAENAVON. ACCIDENT.—A serious accident happened on Thursday sennight to bailer named Richard Morgan. While charg- ing his furnace, the pile of iron fell back upon him, break- ing one of his thighs and injuring the other badly. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.-On Sunday last the Rev. Dr. James, rector of Panteague, delivered three eloquent sermons at the parish church, in this town on behalf of the above society. Previous to taking his text in the afternoon, the rev. gentleman gave an interesting account of the progress of the society, dwelling largely upon the trials and difficulties of the missionaries abroad. Each service was well attended, and the collections amounted to about d610. NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING.—On Sunday, two children, brother and sister, aged respectively five and nine years, were crossing the river at Cwmavon, over a narrow plank placed there for the purpose, when they fell over into the water. The current being very strong at the time, the children were carried several hundred yards down the stream before they could be rescued, which they ultimately were with no further injury than a good soaking. FATAL ACCIDENT.—On Monday, a young man named David Hobby, aged 18, fell down a cinder pit at the works, (which is being repaired,) a depth of fifty yards, and was killed on the spot. Deceased was employed at the Tyre Mill, and seems to have had no business what- ever at the place where he met his untimely end. A coroner's inquiry into the circumstances was opened ac the King's Arms on Tuesday and was adjourned until Saturday. SUPPBR.-On the evening of Monday last the members and triends of a club connected with tbc Garn pits, sat down to an excellent supper, provided by Mr. Richards, of the Market Tavern. The event was more particularly brought about in order to celebrate the obtaining of a spirit license for the house in question after several un- successful attempts to obtain the same had been made.
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To the Editor of the USK OBSEIIVEH. SIR,—I have been greatly amazed in consequence of a para- graph which appeared in the Usk Observer of the 8th instant announcing that my wife had cut her throat. The statement is false, and I have to request that it may be fully contradicted in your next, either by the insertion, or otherwise, of this letter. It seems to me too bad that a report so distressing and injurious' to a prjjrate family should be circulated in any paper upon the strengtn of common rumour only. Any person could have satisfied himself of the falsity by culling itt my shop, where they may have seen my wife every day occupied in her usual a*oca- cations. By insertiug the above you will oblige, Yours obeuientlv, Abergavenny, Oct. 17, 1864. WILLIAM." PEAKE. (Other District Intelligence on 8th page),
MONMOUTHSHIRE. PENLAND FARM, in the parish of Llangwm Uch-a. 4 miles from Usk, 9 from Chepstow, 1 from Llandenny Station. Unreserved Sale of Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, DAIRY and BREWING UTENSILS HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects, which Mr. Joseph Cadwallader, who is about to emi- grate, has given JDAYIS instructions to SELL BY AUCTION U on the above-named premises, On Thursday next, the 3rd day of November, t864 Comprising 2 excellent milch cows in calf, to calve in good season; 2 barren cows, 2 rising three-year- old steers, 2 rising two-year-old steers, 2 weaned heifers, I ditto steer, 1 cart horse, rising four years old 1 sow in farrow, 10 small porkers. IMPLEMENTS AND HARNESS One broad-wheel cart, one narrow ditto, one wherry, 2 iron swin" ploughs, set of light iron harrows, 2-knife chaff en- gine, by Kell, winnowing fan, haul rake, 2 ladders, pig troughs, hay knife, pikes, rakes, garden and other tools, 1 set of trace harness, I set of thiller ditto, set of G o d itto, road saddle and bridle, side ditto and ditto patent dairy churn, small upright ditto, cheese press) cheese cowl, butter skeel, cheese vats, milk and cream pans, milking pails, scales and weights, benches, &c. HOUSEHOLD GOODS :-Excellent. 8-day clock and case, handsome American clock, couch with mahogany facings, hair stuffed oak bureau, dining table, six chairs, large cupboard, 7 feet high; set of book shelves, half-tester Arabian bedstead with foot board. 1 oak bedstead, I camp ditto, 3 feather beds, bolsters and pillows, dressing table, swing glasses, chamber ware, folding screen, towel horses, brasa and other candlesticks, fender and fire-irons, bottle jack, cop- per pot, tea kettle, coffee pot, iron saucepans, bellows, sundry lots of earthen and brown ware, with many other useful lots not inserted. Mr. Cadwallader's stock will be found of the most useful description, the implements are modern and nearly new. As the days are short, a punctual attendance will oblige. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock. Coed-y-Canddo Farm, LLANVIHANGEL PONTYMOILE. Sale of 20 fat Southdown Ewes, 15 Head of Cattle 5 Horses and Colts, 1 Sow and 11 Pigs, Imple- ments, Straw, &c. WILLIAM J. HANDS will SE LL by AUCTION, On Thursday, November 3rd, 1864, The following STOCK, the property of Mr. Lemuel James, who is leaving the farm, consisting of- Expected time Name. oi Calving, i Cow in Calf, 7 yeais old..Cherry. m.Dec. 20th. 1 ditto 7 years old. Cur ley Jan. 8 th. 1 ditto 4 years old..Briley Feb. 21st. 1 ditto 4 years old..Fair Maid ..Apr. 24th. 1 ditto 4 years old.. Pretty Maid..Apr. 15th. 1 Heifer in Calf Apr. 10th. 1 ditto ..Apr. 12th. 1 pair of Yearling Steers j 1 pair of Heifer Calves 1 pair of ditto ditto. I 1 Sow and 11 Pigs, 1 pair of Heifer Calves. | HORSES. 1 Cart Gelding, nine years old, Darby. I Cart Mare, in Foal, nine years old, Darling. 1 Cart Gelding, four years old, Boxer. 1 Cart Gelding, two years old. I Yearling Horse Colt. IMPLEMENTS.—Narrow-wheel cart, narrow.wheel waggon, broad-wheel cart, iron plough, wood plough, pair of iron drags, pair of wood harrows, chaff machine. HARNESS.—2 sets of long harness, a portion of odd harness, 2 churns. Also a large quantity of oat straw, (to be consumed on the premises); 14 acres of grass land, until Feb. 2nd; and 12 acres of grass land, until May the 1st. N.B.The above Farm is within five minutes' walk of the Pontypool Railway Station. Luncheon on the table at Twelve o'clock, and the Sale will commence precisely at One. Cwmyniscoy House, near Pontypool. ROSEWOOD & SPANISH MAHOGANY FURNITURE, &o. MR. W. R. LUCE is instructed by Mr. Edwin Grove, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at Cwmyniscoy House, as above, On Monday, the 1th of November, 1864, The whole suite of Drawing Room, together with Dining Room, Parlour, Kitchen, and part of the Bedroom FURNITURE, &c., Comprising-Rosewood table, on pillar and claws rosewood hair-stuffed damask-covered couch rose- wood hair-seated damask-covered chairs, to match; Bengal chair; 3 mahogany easy chairs; American rocking chair; mahogany hair-covered sofa; ma- hogany hair-seated chairs, and arms; 2 mahogany sideboards; mahogany dining, work, and other tables; Pembroke oak and deal tables, with drawers; mahogany bookcase; large pier glass, butler's tray and stand; eight-day. clock, in mahogany case; French clock, with shade; handsome French bed- stead, with cornice; several mahogany chests of drawers; painted wardrobes; mahogany and painted washstands and tables; painted and mahogany night commodes; bidet; bed-chamber ware; toilet glasses; Spanish guitar and case; child's iron cot; pictures' a quantity of books; hip and sponge baths china; glass earthenware steel fenders and fire-irons; kitchen ditto stair, parlour, and bedroom carpets cane-seated, beech, and other chairs plate warmer (Pontypool japan); French cooking stove; single- barrel gun; silver-mounted gig whips magic hln. tern, with slides; tea and other trays; door mats scrapers; iron garden seat; garden flower stands; block-tin dish covers, and all kitchen requisites; tubs, pails, arid sundry other articles. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock at noon punctual. Auctioneer's Office, George Street, Pontypool October 20th, 1864 GREYHOUND INN, MONMOUTH. MES. SRS. COURT & SON will SELL by AUC TION, on the premises, fp, Monday, October 31, 1864, PrrV^T?nrT^Jhe Neat and Usefui HOUSEHOLD t«ii » ^So'ion Beer Engine, large Baga- telle Board, and other Effects of Mr. C. Davis, who "giving up business. Sale at 12 o'clock. to íi (nut1 ill. -A- IP IE 1 DB .A. PE !R,"y I I SEDUCTION II PKIGES AT THE LOSDOH" HOUSE. H, A (IT, AW. ESTABLISHED 1835. T STEED (late C FORWARD) begs to inform the Gentry and Inhabitants V • generally of Raglan and its vicinity, that he has just returned from the London and other Markets with a large and varied assortment of Autumn and Winter Goods, replete in the leading Btyles and best quality of which he solicits an early inspection, trusting, by strict attention combined with the lowest possible prices' SnTyears patronage 80 libera% ^stowed upon his predecessor, Mr. C. Forward, for the last twenty- years. T, 15 per cent reduction in Calicoes. October 15 1864 large stock of Winter Goods suitable for charitable purposes. London House, Raglan. W respectfully announces his return from London with a Choice and FANCY Asf of BONNETS, SHAWLS, MANTLES, DRESSES, MILLINERY ODS, &c., &c„ and trusts his friends and patrons will iavor liim with an earlv call A great reduction in Calicoes, Flannels, and Woollen Goods generally. Charities supplied at wholesale prices. Funerals furnished. HHHREE SALMONS HOTEL. -L USE. FAMILY PRICE LIST. WINES. s. d Port (Draught) .per Bottle 3 6 » (Bottled) „ 5 0 '> » Extra Old „ 6 6 Sherry (Draught) „ 3 6 „ (golden) „ 5 0 „ (Pale). 4 0 Champagne 5 0 » (Moet's lst bran 7 0 Sparkling Moselle. 7 « Claret (3rd quality) 2 6 ^n.d » ) » 4 6 Rousilloiu." 3 Masdeu A 0 Hock j ALE, PORTER, &e. Ale (best Burton) ..per Doz. pint bottles 5 6 Porter (London). „ (Dublin) Cider Perry '» SPIRITS. Brandy (Martell's 1st brand) ..per Bottle 5 6 IV (Pale) 6 0 Whiskey (Campbelton & May).. 4 0 „ (Irish). Gin (2nd quality). 2 3 W'J18] » ) 26 Hollands. tP 6 o Rum 3 6 LIQUEURS. Curaçoa Maraschino Noyau. CRATED WATERS. Soda Water, (1st quality) per doz. bottles 5 0 Seltzer Water „ a A Lemonade „ ? °0 Potass Water „ g 0 Gingerade „ CIGARS. Estrellas per Box 24 0 Habanas 34. n Manilla Cheroots 30 Q Any quantity supplied at the same rate. Posting Arrangements on the most reasonable scale. T. EVANS, a Boot, Shoe, and Gaiter Manufac- Jta/ turer, and Currier, W 16 and 17, CROSS STREET, Ajl ABERGAVENNY, BEGS to call the attention of the Public to the LARGE STOCK WifflW of BOOTS and SHOES of eve,ry W9 description he has constantly oil MMIIM lland- ■II RIFLB GAITERS made from the HjlH primest Cowhide, 011 the most HM Reasonable Terms, Suitable for Shooting or Walking purposes. WANTED, a YOUNG MAN, out of livery, as in- door Servant, who thoroughly understands the cleaning of plate, and waiting at table, and who can have a first-class character from previous situations. -Apply by letter, T, at the Printer^,j stating age, and all other particulars. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES.-Money lent 1 in sums of not less than dElOO, on Personal Security, at a fair rate of interest. Also a large amount ready to be advanced on Freehold Securities, for a term of years, at from 4 to 5 per cent. interest; charges moderate, and the strictest confidence ob- served. Full particulars forwarded per post, on receipt of six postage stamps. Office hours from ten to three.—Apply to Mr. SYDNEY T. EVANS, Land and Estate Agent, Old Masonic Hall, Newport, Mori. LILES' EATING HOUSE, TEA, COFFEE, & REFRESHMENT ROOMS. 21 Flannel Street, Abergavennyt MONEY TO LEND. ToTHADES- MEN, FARMERS, & OTHERS.—MONEY immediately advanced on good personal security, or Leasehold, Copyhold, and Freehold Property, from soO to £ 5000, at 5 per cent interest. Upwards of three hundred thousand pounds have already been advanced.- Apply to Mr. C. JOHNS, Licensed Appraiser and House Agent, 4, Prospect Place, Stow Hill, Newport, Mon. N .R-All applications by post to contain 4 stamps for reply. ^ales Coal Company IT A VING appointed Mr. WILLIAM JAMES JUL their Agent for USK, LLANDENNY RAG- LAN and MONMOUTI-I, respectfully solicit a con- tinuance of that support of which, up to the present time, they have received so large a share, and which ledgingkC thls 0PP°rtunity of thankfully acknow- Orders for COAL, COKE, LIME, &e. given to tne Salesmen at the above mentioned stations will receive prompt attention, or to Mr.James personally, °rj«21i*-a(*c*reS8' Mary's street, Monmouth. Fire Bricks, Tiles, Pipes, Slates, and other Building Materials supplied to order. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Usk District of Turnpike Roads. ■\TOTrCB IS HESEBY"GIVEN, that tie Toll. U arising at theseveral Toll-gates, Bars, and Chains, erected and put up on this District of Roads, called or known by the names of the Bridge, Porthycarne, Castle Parade, Four Ash, and Pontsampit Gates, together with the Court Blethin, Monkswood, Clytha, Pont-pill, and liaSlan Bars, will be LET BY AUCTION, to the best bidder or bidders, either in one lot or in such parcels or lots as the trustees may determine on, at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of NOVEMBEB next, at twelve o clock at noon, in the manner directed by the Act passed in the third year of the reign of His Majesty King George the Fourth, "For Regulating Turnpike Roads," which tolls produced last year the clear sum of £708, and will be put up at that sum. Whoever happens to be the best bidder must at the same time pay down a deposit of £10 per cent. on the amount at which the tolls may be let, which will be held in reserve until the end of the year and give security with sufficient sureties, to the siitisfac- tion of the trustees, for the payment of the remainder of thè rent monthly, or in such other proportions as shall be directed by the trustees, 'and also pay the expense of the contract note and stamps, as shall be agreed or determined on at the time of letting. J. KEATS, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads. Dated this 2Sth day of October, 1864. I MONMOUTHSHIRE. Chepstow and Abergavenny District of Roads. (SHIRENEWTON BRANCH.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GI VEN, that the Tolls arising at the Toll Gates upon this Branch of Koad, called or known by the names of the Llangwm and Shirenewton Gates, and Gaerllwyd and Cophill Bars and Chains, will be LET BY AUCTION to the best bidder in one lot, at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of NOVEMBER next, be- tween the hours of twelve and one o'clock in the afternoon, in the manner directed by the Act passed in the third year of the reign of His Majesty King George the Fourth, "For Regulating Turnpike Roads," which tolls produced in the year 1863 the clear sum of £141, and will be put up at that sum. Whoever happens to be the best bidder must at the same time pay down a deposit oi £ 10 per cent. on the amount at which the tolls may be let, and give security with sufficient sureties, to the satisfaction of the trustees of the said turnpike road, for payment of the remainder of the rent monthly, or in such pro- portions as shall be directed by the trustees, and also pay the expense of the contract note and stamps as shall be agreed or determined on at the time of letting J. KEATS, Clerk to the Trustees of the said l urnpike Roads Dated this 28th day of October, 1864. ALBERT STREET, BLAENAVON, (Near the Railway Station.) MOSES ILES begs respectfully to intimate that he has opened a BRANCH ESTABLISH- MENT at the above address, where he keeps con. stantly on sale a large and varied stock of Boots and Shoes of all Kinds, as well as every other article in the trade. Repairing executed with neatness and promptitude. NOTE THE ADDRESS—ALBERT STREET. IMPORTANT TV TF you want to Borrow Money at a Cheap and X Easy Rate, go to Mr. W. WILLIAMS, 16, Dock street, Newport, Mon., and Insure your Life, and he will guarantee that with Approved Persona] Security, you can have any Sum from £50 to JEI.000, for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 years, repayable by fixed half. yearly or quarterly Instalments. NOW READY. PRIZE POEMS receiving the 100 Guineas offered in the Advertisements, "Ho! FOR A SHAX. SPBARE and awarded by Messrs. Webster, J. Stirling Coyne, Andrew Halliday, George Rose, and Thomas S. Stuart Illustrated wrth Lithograph Portraits of Queen Elizabeth and the Queen ot Beauty. Can be had GRATIS at alt the best Drapers in the Kingdom, or forwarded on receipt of stamped address to D'AY & SONS, Lithoerap'hers to the Queen., Publishers, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London Envelopes for the MlilfonT ENVELOPES adapted to Business Purposes may be had at Id. per packet, or 4d. per 100. 100 free by post for od.—J. H. CLAHK. Stationer, Usk. To Anglers Visiting Usk. TJERBERT WILLIAMS, Chemist, Bridge Street, f"-i7T o ri atten"on t0 bis large assortment °f TACKLE of every description, of first-class make. H. W.'s ptactical knowledge of tIle" Gentle Art," wttwo him t0 8uPP13r such SALMON and TROUT FLIES as are peculiar to the stream, and which will ensure success to the angler. Chepstow Farmers' Club, 1864. THE ANNUAL SHOW WILL BE HELD JL on THURSDAY, the 24th of November, 1834. Prizes amounting to about R,150 will be awarded for Stock and Poultry, in the Yard. None can be admitted for competition after ten a.m. by the church clock. No one but the Stewards and Servants of Exhibitors allowed to be in the Yard during the time the Judges are making their awards. The Stewards will attend in the Yard, near the Steam Mill, (kindly granted by the President,) from half-past eight till ten o'clock on the day of showing. No bulls will be admitted loose, and the exhibitors must provide chains for the rest of their cattle. Judges of Farms, Roots, and Stock, cannot compete for prizes over which they are appointed Judges. The Stock to remain in the Yard till two o'clock, and will be open for Sale till that hour. Admission to the Yard, one shilling, (excepting the Stewards, Judges, and Servants in charge of the Stock, &c., from twelve till two o'clock. The members and their friends will dine on the day of the Annual Show, at the George Hotel, Chep- stow, at four o'clock punctually. Dinner Tickets, 3s. 6d. each, including dessert and waiters. After the cloth is removed, the awards will be read and the prizes paid over to the successful competitors. Parties wishing to exhibit Implements, &c., must give notice to the Hon. Sec. of their intentions, on or before the 13th of November, 1864.. On the day of the Annual Show, the Bristol and South Wales Union Railway will run trains at con- venient periods. Competitors for Farms, Roots, and in Servants' Class, are to notify their names and address by Post to the Hon. Sec., stating the No. they compete for, by the 18th of October, and for all other classes not later than 31st October, 1864, on a separate printed Return Paper. An Entrance Fee of 5s. to be paid for each prize Jompeted for in Classes for Farms and Roots, which will be forfeited to the Club if competitors withdraw. Subscribers of dEt Is. are exempt. The Schedules containing Rules and Regulations, will be sent to each member in October, and any Returns not sent by Post will be rejected. Extra Schedules can be had of ;he printer, price Sixpence each. All Subscriptions to be paid to the Hon. Sec. on )r before the 31st of October in each year. Cliepstow, Aug. 20th, 1864. By ORDER. PONTYPOOL, MONMOUTHSHIRE. To Timber Dealers and Others. TO be SOLD by PRIVATE TENDER, the Fallaee of the following COPPICE WOODS, together with the OAK & ASH TIMBER marked therein:- Lot I.-The lower part of the Goytrey Wern Cop- pice Wood, 25 acres in extent, (more or less,) together with 92 Oak and 2 Ash Timber Trees, and 50 Stores situate in the parish of Goytrey. Lot 2. Llewyncellyn Coppice Wood, Ii acres in extent, (more or less,) together with 14 Oak Timber Trees and 5 Stores, situate adjoining the turnpike road leading from Pontypool,to Abergavenny, in the parish of Goytrey. Lot 3.-Tyr William Ambrose Coppice Wood, 1 la. 3r. in extent, (more or less,) together with 58 Oak and 5 Ash Timber Trees, aud 13 Stores, situate in the parish of Panteg. Lot 4.-Coed Llwyd Coppice Wood, 9 acres in ex- tent, (more or less,) together with 52 Oak Timber Trees -and 1 Store, situate in the parish of Llan- vrechva Lower. Lot 5.—The Court Wood, 1; acres in extent, (more or less,) together with 27 Oak Timber Trees Pontymoile CS' SltUate in the parish of Lla™bangel Lot 6.—The Wain Dew Coppice Wood, 12 acres in extent, (more or less,) together with 41 Oak Tim- ber Trees and 41 Stores, situate in the parish of Trevethin. Lot 7.—The upper part of the Lasgarne Wood, 6 acres in extent, (more or less,) together with 4 Oak 25 Ash, and I Elm Timber Trees, and 20 Stores situate in the parish of TlIevethin. Lot 8.—The upper end of the Graig Vawr Wood, 30 acres in extent, (more or less,) together with 144 Oak and 3 Ash Timber Trees, and 46 Stores, situate in the parish of Bedwellty. Lot 9. I. he Bargoed end of the Gilvachvargoed Wood, 12 Acres in extent, (more or less,) together ivith 59 Oak and 5 Ash Timber-Trees, and 39 Stores, ;ituate in the parish of Gelly Gaer, in the county of jrlamorgan. Lot ao.-The upper end of the Graig Wen Wood i2 acres in extent, (more or less,) together with 75 )ak Timber Trees and 105 Stores, situate in the )arish of Mynyddyslwyn. The Timber Trees in the respective lots are num- bered with red paint, from No. 1 upwards, and the stores are disiinguished by a red cross (>4) Thomas Stephens will shew lots 1, 2, 5, and 7, and Edward Holloway will point out lots 3 and 4 and nformation as to the remaining lots may be had of Mr. James Lewis, Estate Yard, Pontypool. For further particulars, and to treat for the pur- ihase, apply to Mr. ALFRED A. WILLIAMS, Park istate Office, Pontypool. Dated October 20th, 1864. AUTUMN SEASON, 1864. JONES AND~ POWELL BEG moit respectfully to inform the Public that eir Stock of Goods for the present season will be ready for inspection On Monday. the 17th instant, comprising a choice selection of all NOVELTIES in DRESSES, MANTLES, JACKETS, SHAWLS, FANCY SKIRTS, RIBBONS, BONNETS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, &c., and a large stock of CLOTHS, DOESKINS, CHEVIOTS, WITNEYS, &C. GENTLEMEN'S WINTER CLOTHING, Fancy Wool Shirts, Bats, Caps, and Umbrellas. MILLINERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. EVERY ARTICLE IN FAMILY MOURNING. Bridge Street, Usk, Oct. 11, 1864. 24, Flannel Street, Abergavenny. MD. DEAN has just received a large and welle • assorted Stock of FIRE-WORKS of ever- description, which she can supply to Schools any Families at wholesale prices. Orders from a distancd promptly attended to. Also LAMP OILS of all kinds.