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E A M E S TAILOR AND WOOLLEN DRAPER, ABERGAVENNY, BEGS to announce the arrival of his NEW GOODS, adapted for SPRING and SUMMER wear, which he assures his friends and the public generally cannot be surpassed by any house in the kingdom for quality and style. Every article charged at the lowest remunerative price. FISHING SUITS (a variety of patterns), from 50s. FISHING STOCKINGS from 16s. FISHING BAGS,&c. [3 THE OIROAAAJNT HOT £ L, RAGLAN. TO TOURISTS, EXCURSIONISTS, AND OTHERS. JOSEPH ELEY having succeeded Mrs. Holmes, at the above well-known Old-Established House, solicits the public for a continuance of the patronage which has been so liberally bestowed upon his predecessor -to merit which he will devote every effort. I Home-Brewed Ales, Allsopps and Bass's Ditto, and Dublin Stout on draught and in bottle. Foreign Wines and Spirits, &c. Pic-Nic and Excursion Parties supplied with- Refreshments upon the most liberal terms, and at the shortest notice. Every accommodation for Tourists. Well Aired Beds. Good Stabling, &c. The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. Notice of Sitting for I..ast Examination. GEORGE ROBERTS, of the parish of Monks- wood, in the county of Monmouth, Hay Dealer, having been adjudged bankrupt under a petition for adjudication of bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Monmouthshire, holden at Usk, on the 12th day of April, 1866, a Public Sitting for the said bankrupt to pass his Last Examination, and make application for his Discharge, will be held before John Maurice Herbert, Esq., the Judge of the said Court, on the 7th dav of AUGUST next, at the Court House, Usk, at Eleve'n o'clock in the forenoon, pre- cisely, the day last aforesaid being the day limited for the said bankrupt to surrender. Mr. Henry Roberts is the official assignee, and Mr. J. T. William?, of Monmouth, the solicitor acting in the bankruptcy. The first meeting of Creditors has been duly hwld in the said bankruptcy, and at the public sitting above mentioned proofs of debts of creditors who have not proved will be received; and the said bank- rupt will be required to surrender himself to the said Court, and to submit himself to be examined, and to make a full disclosure and discovery of all his estate and effects, and to finish his examination. Signed, W. GRAHAM, Jun., » .liiirli-tinilif! GRBAT WESTERN RAILWAY. Cheap Excursions. ON SATURDAYS, JULY 14th and '28th, AUGUST 11th and 25th, and SEPTEMBER 8th and 22nd, a TRAIN will leave Pontypool Road at 4.30 p.m., Pontypool Town 4.35, Crumlin 4.50, Tredegar Junc- tion 5.0, Rhymney Junction 5.10, Llancaich 5.20, Quaker's Yard 5,30, Mountain Ash 5.40, and Aber- dare at 5.59 p.m., for Llanelly, Pembrey, Ferryside, Carmarthen Junction, Carmarthen Town, St. Clears, Whitland, Narberth Road, Clarbeston Road, Haver- fordwest, Johnston, and New Milford (Milford Haven), returning on the following MONDAY, from New Milford at 3.0 p.m. Tickets may be obtained on and after Monday pre- ceding the Tunning of each train. For Fares, and further particulars, see hand-bills. Paddington, June 21st, 1866. CHAPEL FARM, HAMLET OF MONKSWOOD. Two Guineas Reward. WHEREAS, on the night of Tuesday week, some thief or theives broke into the barn, and thence entered ttie fowl-house on these premises, from which they stole six fowls. This is to give notice that the above reward will be paid to any person who will give such information as will lead to a conviction of the said thief or thieves; and a further reward of ONE GUINEA, will be paid to any person giving information leading to the conviction of any one tres- passing on any land or property situated in the county of Monmouth, or elsewhere, belonging to Mr. Edward Henry Stinchcombe, proprietor of the above named farm. Chapel Farm, July 3rd, 18(36. ABERGAVENNY HIGHWAY DISTRICT. To Contractors and Others. THE HIGHWAY BOARD are about to Widen JL and Improve the Church Road at Llantillio Per- tholey in this district. The work will include the alteration of two bridges and the making of culverts. The plans, sections, and specifications, can be seen at my Oflices, between the hours of eleven and four. TENDERS for the work to be sent to me not later than 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 24th instant. By order of the Board, JAMES H. FARQUHAR, Clerk. Abergavenny, 3rd July, 1866. fTSK.—TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, &c.— U Mr. JOSEPH NEVILLE, Architect, of Aber- «avenny will receive TENDERS for Alterations and Repairs'of the House in the occupation of Mrs. Matthews, Bridge-street, Usk, up to the 14th of July SpeciBcations maybe seen on the premises, and at the Architect's Offices, Abergavenny. Usk Farmers' Club. A MEETING of the Members of this Club will be held at the THREE SALMONS HO'ITL, USK, on FRIDAY, JULY 27th, at 6 p.m., for the purpose of en- rolling members, receiving propositions for pnzes, and making preliminary arrangements for the next annual m eting. „ J. H. CLARK, Hon. Sec. Royal Oak Inn, IJsk. THE ANNIVERSARY of the « IVY OAK Benefit Society will take place at the above Inn, on MONDAY, the 9th of JULY, when the members ^VILL be btppj to meet any friends who will favor them with tW.r com pany, ————— —— PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MR. J AS. GRAHAM, jun., has been favoured with instructions to SELL, in the course of a short time, an exceedingly Valuable ESTATE, known as the ELMAN Farm, situate in the parish of Llan- baddock, within one-and-a-haif miles ot Usk. Full particulars in future advertisements. Dated 4th of July, 1866. BRIDGE STREET, USK. MR. J, GRAHAM, JUN has been favoured with instructions from the Widow of the late Mr. HERBERT WILLIAMS, Chemist and Druggist, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, On Thursday, July 12th, 1866, The whole of the undermentioned very neat and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Valuable Effects. I'ARTICU:bARS Handsome mahogany loo table, ditto settee covered in figured damask, ditto Victoria chair to match, 8 hair seated mahogany chairs, 4 cane seated chairs (new). 10 ditto, ditto, mahogany clieffionier, 3 ma- hogany slab dressing glasses, 3 mahogany chests with drawers, birch half-tester bedstead and damask fur- niture, 2, iron bedsteads, 3 feather beds, mahogany pier glass, 1 Iar a glazed bird cage, 2 mahogany dressing tables, 2 painted washstands and ware, loo table, round oak table, mahogany and painted towel rails, American clock, 1 cane seated arm chair, mahogany night com- mode, fire-guard, 4 fenders, 4 sets fire irons, several pieces of new druggetting, handsome Brussels car- pet, ditto hearth rugs and table cloth, 2 white coun- terpanes, and several other ditto, 4 blankets, plated cruet stand, and pair cut quart decanters, pair pint ditto, 1 odd decanter, pair glass cruet stands, 6 dessert plates, 2 glass shades, 5 very superior block tin dish covers, 2 pair bell pulls, brass skillet, 2 copper stew pans, 2 pewter plates, pewter bowl, japanned trays and waiters, kettles, saucepans. &c.,&.c.,and a general assortment of kitchen and culinary requisites generally found in a respectable house. Sale to commence precisely at One o'clock. Dated Auctioneer's Offices, Over-Monnow, Monmouth, July 2, 1866. IMPORTANT SALE OF Furniture and Farming Stock. MOUNT ST. ALBAN'S, CHRISTCHURCH, NEAR NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. MESSRS. VENNOR and STALLARD are fa- favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late RICHARD SEAMARK, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, July 9/A, 10th, and Wth, 1866, Commencing at Twelve o'clock at noon, each day, the whole of the handsome HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, Oil Paintings, Carriages, Harness, &c., superiur live and dead FARMING STOCK, Growing Crop", Implements of Husbandry, Hay, Corn, Cider, Prime Bacon, &c &c. The FURNITURE consists of very handsome drawing- room suite in walnut wood, dining and breakfast- room in mahogany, handsome chimney glasses, nearly new Brussels carpcti", hand&ome mahogany four-post bedsteads and furniture, very superior feather beds, bolsters, and pillows, horsehair mattresses, and pal- liasses, and the usual chamber furniture. All requisite kitchen requirements. The FARMING STOCK consists of S very superior inilch.cows, 2 three-year eld steers, 2 two-year old ditto, 1 two-year old heifer, 1 very superior four- year old bull, 6 steer and heifer calves, 1 very promis- *nf' w^10^e °f the above are from the celebrated short-horn stock of John Logan, Esq., and purchased regardless of expense 4 superior cart horses, 1 ditto cob hoxse, 3 splendid store pigs, 10 usefu1 dogs of various breeds, a quantity of poultry, &e. XIMPLEMENTS -4t broad-wheel wagons 4 ditto carts nearly new reaping machine, with all the recent im- provements ditto mowing machine; haymaking ditto j hay rake; 4 turnip cutlers; rick cloth with poles and pullies complete chaff machine, and thrashing ditto, two horse power; 2 Cambridge rollers; iron ploughs smith's tools bellows: anvils, T rCrUS !,el'; w">nowing machine; pikes; rake., shovels, &c., &c. About 35 tons, of prime hay and clover m two neks 2 ricks of wheat lot of oaten straw, &c., &c. 1000 gallons of prime cider, which will be sold with the casks also a quantity of empty casks. Double and single cheese pLses Jerv superior barrel churn, by (Stone,) and nearly new other churns cheese tubs ditto vats and all re- quisite dairy utensils. Brewing utensils bucket, &<?., &c. 5 -3 The Auctioneers solicit all early attendance ad the Lots are very numerous. Refreshments on table at 11 o'clock, on Wednes- day the 11th, the clay of the Farming Stock sale. Catalogues to be had at the Auctioneers' Offices on Wednesday, J uly 4th, and the Furniture will be on view, from eleven to 1 o'clock on Saturday, Julv 7ih. Auctioneers' Offices, 1, Llanarth Street, New'nort Mon., July 2nd, 1866 IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTIES IN THE TOWN OF ABERG-AYENNY, And the Parishes of Gwernesney, Llangwm, and Llangeview, in the County of Monmouth, aud Cwmyoy, in the County of Hereford. To be SOLD BY ATO^3^ MR. W. J. HANDS, at the Angel Hotel, m fie town of Abergavenny, On Thursday, 26th Sty of July, 1866, At One o'clock, p.m subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced, and in the following or such other lots sas may be determined upon at the time of sale Lot 1. All that very desirable and valuable Free- hold Property, called the" THREE STEPS" and TYR FYNNON Estate, situate in the parishes of Gwernesney and Llangwm, in the county of Mon- mouth, about two-and-a-ha|f miles from the market town of Usk, on the turnpike road leadir.g from that town to Chepstow (exclusive of the several portions of land comprised in lots numbered: 2, 3, 4, and o), containing a farm house, with barns, sheds, granary, and other suitable outbuildings, and 130a. Ir. 15p., be the same more or ipss, of orcharding, meadow, pasture, arable, and wood lands; now, and for several years past, in the occupation of Mr. John Williams, as yearly tenant thereof, and adjoining the estates of E. J. Phillips, Esq., Miss Bourne, and others. This property is represented by the numbers 117, 40, 41, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55. 56, 61, 62, (i3, 64, 65,66, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 110, 111, 115, 116, 121, and 124, on the tithe map of the parish of Gwer- nesney, and by the numbers 63, 129, 129a, and 128, on the tithe 1ptlp of the parish, of Llangwm. The land tax on this lot is redeemed. Lot 2. All that outlying Meadow, containing 3a. Or. 38p., situate in the said parish of Llangwm, (being No. 16 on the tithe map of that parish), ad- joining the lands of Miss ..Bourne and the Peelth Brook, and now occupied by'1r. John Williams, the tenant of the last lot. Ihe land tax is redeemed. Lot 3. All that the undivided moiety of four several pieces of excellent meadow and arable Land, containing together lOa. 2r. 2llp., situate in the said parish of Gwernesney; represented by the numbers 77, 79, 80, and 83, on the tithe map of that parish. The three pieces of land, numbered 77, -80, and 83, front the turnpike road leading from Usk to Chep- stow, and the piece numbered 79 fronts the road there leading from Usk to 3§jonmouth; the same ad- ioin the estate of E. J. PhilfjjfoEsq., and are in the i^Lo_\ViRiatft8.and Mr. _T as tenants thereof. Land tax redeemed Lot 4. All those two rich Meadows adjoining each other, containing 24a 2r. Op,, situate in the several parishes of Gwernesney and Llangeview, represented by the numbers 30 and 31 .11 the tithe map of the parish of Gwernesney, number i on the tithe map of Llangeview. These lands sjdjoin the main road there leading from Usk to Monmouth, and the lands of His Grace the Duke of Beautorf and Miss Bourne, and re in the occupation ofthejB«yd Mr. John Williams, as tenant thereof Lot 5. All that outlying Meadow, in the occupa- tion of Mr. J. William?, containing 4a. 3r. 5p., situate in the said parish of Gwernesney, being No. 38 on the tithe map of that parish adjoining the lands of the Duke of Beaufort, the Rev. J. Biower, and Mr. Edward Powell, and fronting the before- mentioned road leading fipm Usk to Monmouth. Land tax redeemed. The property comprised in lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, lies in a beauti^il part of the county of Monmouth, is well timbertfl, and presents several eligible sites for building, and there is a valuable quarry of excellent buildingand paving stqpe upon it. Lot 6. All that compact and valuable Farm, called "FWTHOG UCHA, containing 97a. Or. 23p., be the 6ame more or less, now in) the occupation of Mr, Thomas Da-vies, as yearly tenant thereof; situate in the parish of Cwmyoy, in the county of Hereford, and represented by the numbers from 10 to 33, both inclusive, on the tithe mip of that parish. This farm possesses a valuable right of common upon the adjoining mountains, andjabuts the lands of the Earl of Abergavenny, Mrs. Watkins, and Tyr Moelyn farm. farm. Lot 7. All that small compact Farm called TyiR MOELYN," containing 14a. er. 22p., be the same more or less, now in the occupation of Mr. John Davies, as yearly tenant thereof;'situate in the parish of Cwmyoy, in the county of Hereford, and represented by the numbers from 1 to 0, botli inclusive, in the tithe map of that parisli..This farm, which abuts the lands of the Earl of Abergavenny and Mrs. Wat- kins, has a valuable right of common upon the ad- joining mountain. Lot 8. All that Messuagfi or Dwelling House and Garden, siiuate in Castle-itreet, Abergavenny, now in the occupation of lir. Jeremiah Francomb, as yearly tenant. This lot has#.frontage to Castle-street, and is delineated and mwe particularly described with its boundaries upon a certain plan, deposited at the offices of Air. W, F. Batt, solicitor, Aberga- venny, and therein numbered 8. Lot, 9. All those two Messuages or Dwelling Houses and Gardens, situate in Castle-street, afore- said, adjoining lot 8, in the respective occupations of Messrs. Foster Brothers, and Mr. John Evans, as yearly tenants. This lot has a frontage of 33 feet to Castle-street, and is numbered 9 on the said plan. Lot 10. All those threef Messuages or Dwelling Houses and Gardens, siuite in Castle-street, afore- said, adjoining lut 9, a^l in the respective occupa- tions ol Mr. Richard Ivans, Mrs. Elizabeth Powell, and Mr. Tnomas Howe as yearly tenants This lot has a frontage of 35| feet to Castle-street, and is numbered 10 on the said plan. Lot 11. All that Messtiage or Duelling House, with the stable, outbuildings, and garden adjoining, situate in Castle-street aforesaid, adjoining lot 10, in the occupation of Mt. John Smith, as yearly tenant. This lot has a/vopi-age of 23i feet to Castle- street, and is numberedl^on the said plan. The above lots, numbered 8, 9, <0, and 11, will be offered for sale in one lot, and if not then sold will be offered separately. Lot 12. All that Dwelling House and Shop, situate at the upper end of lu^or-street, in the town of Abergavenny, in the occupation 01 Mr. AV m. Davies, as yearly tenant. Thisloji has a frontage of 23| feet to Tudor-street, and ts yiumbered 12 on the said plan. i Lot 13. All that DwTlfng House and Shop, situate iu Tudor-street, aforesaid, adjoining lot 12, in the occupation of Mr. Jahef Parry, as yearly tenant. 'ibis lot has a frontageo £ 21 feet to Tudor-street, and is numbered 13 on the said plan. i Lot 14. All that Messuage or Dwelling Housjfe, Shop, Yard, and Garden, thereto belonging, adjoiijr ing lot 13. in the occupation of Mr. John Hit!, as yearly tenant. This lot has a frontage to £ udof- siret t, and is numbered 14 on the said plan. The t.bove lots, numbered 12, 13, and 14, will be offered for sale in One lot, and if not then sold will be offered separately. Lot 15. All that very desirable Family Residence, situate in Castle-street, in Abergavenny, called ♦* BAILEY BI^ES, HOUSE," with the Garden, Stable, Yard, Coachhouse, and appurtenances thereto belong- ing, now in the occupation of Mrs. Batt, as tenant thereof, under a lease for seven years, expiring on the 25th day of March, 1869 together with a garden adjoining, and now in the occupation of Mr. Wm. vDavies, as yearly tenant. This lot contains 2r. 39p., or thereabouts, and is numbered 15 on the said plan. Lot 16. All th;>se two Messuages or Dwelling Houses and Shops, situate in Castle-street, facing Nevill-street, in the town of Abergavenny, adjoining lot 12. in the respective occupations of Mr. W. Lewis and Mr. W. Daniel, as yearly tenants. This lot has a frontage of 36 feet, and is numbered 16 on the said plan. Lot 17. All that Malthouse, with the Stable and Yard thereto belonging, in the occupation of Mr. John Smith, as yearly tenant; and also a Tenement called THREE CHAIRS," in the occupation of James Griffiths, together with the Buildings and Gardens occupied therewith, all which premises are situate in Castle-street, aforesaid, and adjoin lot 16. This lot has a frontage of 54 feet to Castle-street, afore- said, and is numbered 17 on the said plan, Lot !3. All those Messuages or Dwelling Houses, Yard, and Buildings, situate in Castle-street, afore- said, adjoining lot 17, in the respective occupations of Whiting, Powell, and John Smith.' This lot has a frontage of 23 feet to Castle-street, aforesaid, and is numbered 18 on the said plan. Lot 19. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. Or. 2Sp., or thereabouts, now partly in the occupation of Mr. John Hill and Mr. Philip Edwards, as yearly tenants. This lot is numbered 19 on the said plan, and has a double building frontage. Lot 20. All that piece-or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. Or. 28p, or thereabouts, adjoining lot 19, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 20 on the said plan, and has a building frontage of 78 feet. Lot 21. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground adjoining lot 20, containing Oa. lr. Op., or there- abouts, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 21 on the said plan, and has a building frontage of el 70 feet. Lot 22. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, adjoining lots 21 and 23, containing Oa. Sr. 15p., or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 22 on the said plan, and has a building frontage of 100 feet. Lot 23. All that piece or parcel of Orchard Ground, adjoining the last lots, containing Oa. lr. 27p., or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr. Philip Edwards, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 23 on the said plan, and has a frontage to the pro- posed new road, shown upon the said plan of 142 feet. Lot 24. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, adjoining lots 22 and 23, containing 35|p or there- abouts, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 24 on the said plan, and has a frontage to the proposed new road of 60 feet. Lot 25 All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. Ir. lp., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 24, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 25 on the said plan, and has a frontage to the proposed new road of 61 feet11 Lot 26. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing 38p., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 25, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 26 on the said plan, and has a frontage to the proposed new road of 61 feet. Lot 27. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa, Or. 26|p., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 15, now partly in the occupation of Mrs. Powell, widow, and Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenants. This lot is numbered 27 on the said plan, and has a frontage to the said proposed new road of 90 feet. Lot 28. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. Ir. 3p., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 26, and now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 28 on the -aid plan, and has a frontage of 90 feet to the pro- posed new road Lot 29 Ail that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa, lr. 20p., or thereabouts, adjoining lots 27 and 28, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 29 on the said plan, and has a double frontage of 75 feet to the pioposed new road. Lot 30 All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. lr. 6C¡p., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 29, now partly in the occupation of Mrs. Morgan and Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenants. This lot is numbered 30 on the said plan, and has a double frontage of 60 feet to the proposed new road. il.ot 31. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, 4 containing Oa. Ir. 4p., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 30, and now in the occupation of Mr. William Griffiths, Mr. William Every, and Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenants. This lot is numbered 31 on the said plan, and has a double frontage of 60 feet to the proposed new road. Lot 32 All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. Ir. 2p., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 31, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Morgan Mr. Thomas Morgan, and Mr. W. Davies, as yearly tenants. This lot is numbered 32 on the said plan and has a double frontage of 60 feet, to the proposed new road. Lot 33. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. Ir. 2p., or thereabouts adjoining lot 32 and the Castle walk, now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Morgan, Mrs. Bowles, and Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenants. This lot is numbered 33 on the said plan, and has a double frontage of 60 feet to the proposed new road. Lot 34. All that portion of a piece or parcel of meadow or pasture land, called Cae Price, contain- ing Oa. I r. 16p., or thereabouts, adjoining the Castle walk, and now in the occupation of Mrs Bowles, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 3J on the said plan. Lot 35. All that other portion of the said piece or parcel of Land called Cae Price, containing 0. lr. 26p. or thereabouts, also in the occupation of Mrs, Bowles This Lot is numbered 35 on the said p'an. Lot 36. All that the remaining portion of the said piece or parcel of Land, called CAB PWCB," con* tajninfe 0a. I r. 34p., or thereabouts, also in the oceu- pa'tio#of Mrs. Bowles. This lot is numbered 36 on the said plan. Lots numbered 15 to 36, both inclusive, will be affered for sale, in the first instance, in one lot. If not 80 disposed of, lots 15, 16, 17, and 18, will be offered for sale in one lot. Then lots 19 to 26, both inclusive, will be offered for sale in one lot. Then lots 27 to 36, bo||| inclusive, will be offered for sale in one lot. If not$o disposed of, each lot as numbered on the plan, will be offered for sale separately. Bailey Baker House is one of the most convenient and pleasantly situated residences within the limits of the town of Abergavenny; is capable of being easily enlarged, and is welhupplied with water. The adjoining lots (now divided and let as garden ground) are capable of being laid out in ornamental pleasure and garden grounds of great beauty, and may either be occupied as a whole with Bailey Baker House, or be sold or let for building purposes, to great advan- tage. The difficulty of obtaining desirable sites for the erection of villa residences in the immediate vicinity of the town has long been felt, and been prejudicial to the interests of the town and its in- habitants. An -opportunity now offers, which may possibly not occur again for some years, of acquiring -either by an enterprising individual, or by a com- pany, or a building society-several admirable sites for the erection of villa residences, possessing the advantages of the country, with all the benefits and without,any of the drawbacks, noise, or disagreeables of a town. This property is ornamentally timbered, and well stocked with choioe fruit trees and shrubs, commands a south-west frontage, and beautiful riews of the River Usk, Blorenge Mountain, andsurreund- ng scenery. Further particulars may be had on application to Mr. W. F. BATT, Solicitor, at whose Office plans of the different properties may be seen; as also at the Angel, Greyhound, Swan, and Lion Hotels; and at the Offices of Mr. JOSEPH NZVILL, Surveyor, Stc* Cross-street, Abergavenny. Abergavenny, June, 1866. RAGLAN, MONMOUTHSHIRE. On the Coleford, Monmouth, and Usk Railway. MESSRS. PITCHER & NELMES will SELL by AUCTION, On Thursday, Ithe. I2tk qf July, 1866, At the Beaufort Arms Inn, Raglan, 205 fat and store Sheep, 36 well-bred CoUwold Rama. 11 head of Cattle, 9 cart Horses and Colts, 40 store and other Pigs, &c., &c., comprising 116 &t sheep, 89 store sheep, 30 yearling rams, 6 two-year-old rams, 3 capital short-horned milking cows, 3 heifers and calves, 6 two-year-old steers, 6 yearling steers, 6 cart horses, 2 nag horses, 4 colts, 1 entire three-year- old colt, &c., &c. The Rams are worthy the attention of sheep breeders, as they "te bred from some of the best flocks in the country, and the whole is worth especial notice. MARKET STREET, USK. MESSRS. JACKSON & MORGAN have beeu Hi favored with instructions from Mr. JOSEPH EVANS (who is leaving the town) to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises as above, On Friday, the 13th of July, 1866, The whole of his neat and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects, the whole being nearly new. Sale to commence at Two o'clock. Particulars in Catalogues, which may be had a week prior to the sale, at the Post-Office, or of Mr. Evans, Usk, and of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, 42, Llanarth-street, Newport, and High.street, Ponty- pool. [ADVERTISEMENT. J [Copy.] Tewkesbury, 27th June, 1866. SIR,—In reply to your letter of yesterday's date, I have to state that I have no recollection of ever having been an- noyed by any Mr. Blower, and therefore, it is extremely un. likely that I should express myself to the effect described in your communication. I may add that I am not in the habit of giving utterance to such expressions to a third person in reference to another individual, even if that individual had done anything to annoy me. Whether your friend or client is an overseer, I know not. I am, Sir, your obedient servant, D. E. Partridge, Esq., Usk. C. MI7RKELL. MONEY.— £ 400, JE200, and other sums, ready to 1\'1 be advanced upon approved security.-Apply to JAMES HALL, Raglan. A GENTS WANTED to sell Goods largely con T sumed by Farmers and Horse-keepers.—Address, J. H. A. STAMP, Newport, Mon. rPO BLACKSMITHS.—WANTED immediately, a JL good hand.—Apply to E. MATTHEWS, Iron- monger and Machinist, Raglan. WANTED, a good general SERVANT in a small family where only one is kept.—Apply at Mr. DUNS'S, The Willows, Usk. WANTED immediately a good plain COOK, who can be well recommended.—Apply, S, Post- office, Usk. i PPRENTICES WANTED to the Millinery A Dress, and Mantle Making.—Apply C. Ankie THOMAS, near the Bridge, Usk. FOR SALE by Private Contract, a good second- hand Double-Blast THRESHING MACHINE (a bargain). — Apply to Mr. ALBERT BURROWS, Mathern, near Chepstow. FOR SALE. — A well-bred liver-coloured POINTER BIICH, aged 11 months.—Apply to HENRY STOCKHAM, Bridge-street, Usk. TO BE LET, a HOUSE and GARDEN, with rr j c'101ce fruit trees, situate in the parish of Iredunnock, near Newbridge.—Apply to Mr. JAMBS EDMONDS, Pontheer, near Caerleon. Victoria Lodge, A.D.D.F., (M.U.) 2678 MpHL ANNIVERSARY of the above Lodge will be i. held at the Castle Inn, Usk, on Monday, the 9th of July, 1866, Dinner on the table at 2 o'clock. The company of brethren and friends of the Order if respccttullv solicited, JOHN NASH, Hosf.