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v • ..■■■ E A M E S TAILOR AND WOOLLEN DRAPER, ABERGAVENNY, T)EGS to announce the arrival of his NEW GOODS, adapted^surpa89edb D and SUMMER wear, which he assures his friends and the public generally 5»emunerative price. any house in the kingdom for quality and style. Every artici e carge, a g from 16g FISHING FISHING SUITS (a variety of patterns), from 50s. biuuiu BAGS, &c. "■ ■" ■' — —- r :a:OT E' R-A.GHljA.3Sr. TO TOURISTS, EXCURSIONANI> OTHERS. .e above well-known Old-Established House, solicits JOSEPH ELEY having succeeded Mrs. Holmes, has been so liberally bestowed upon his predecessor the public for a continuance of the patronage will devote every effort. tip men t wli* jJitto, and Dublin Stout on draught and in bottle. Foreign Home-Brewed Ales, Allsopps and Ba^ Wines and.Spirits, &c. supplied with Refreshments upon the most liberal terms, and at the. Picnic and Excursion Par £ st notice. Every accommodation for Tourists. Good Stabling, &c. Well Aired "————————————————— FV ESTEBN RAILWAY. G HE A" Clteap Excursions, ON SATURDAYS,, JULY 28th, AUGUST 11th, W 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- "PO? tion 5.Q, Rhymney Junction 5.10, Llancaich 5.20, Quaker's Yard 5.30, Mountain Ash 5.40, and Aber- dare sit 5.5.9 p.m., for Llanelly, Pembrey, Ferryside, Carmarthen Junction, Carmarthen Town, St. Clears, Whitland, Narberth Road, Clarbeston Road, Haver- fordwest, Johnst.on, and New Milford (Milford Haveti), returning on the following MONDAY, from New Milford at 3.0 p.m. Tickets may be obtained on and after Monday pre- ceding the running of each train. For Fares, and further particulars, see hand-bills. Paddington, June 21st, 18t>6. P^SSVCHA?P in the Trade, of the best quality and workmanship, and at reduced prices. Leather Mill Bands for all kinds of Machinery on the shortest notice. Colliery Proprietors'Contracted with for Saddlery. Horse Clothing and Rug*, London Whips, Bits, and Spurs. Satchels, Ladies' Bags, Portmanteaus, &c. Compe- tent Workmen sent to all part!- of the country on the shortest notice, *84UAUI[B4SUIX{AA}A«NB 010 ÂYJua -H"t{ paxg Âq ajqn^Ttdsj lotuas g .10 't 'g 'z 'I JOJ "OOO'I? °'4 0S;F mo.xj tuns ÅUu SAcq uuo noA 'X^iauoae IBuowed poaoiddu tPF'\ liuqi aajuBusnS lHA\ an pu" 'ajyj tnog. aansuj puu '*uo]^[ litodmax. 'jaaija-JlooQ *91 'SKY1TIIA\ 'AY 01 08 P,UB T DWQO « 1* A3NOM AVOHHOH °I 1B«AV 110A JL IK VAU OD IK I STATIONERY of aUkindll, Account Books rttled S and made to any pattern aiiu Periodical Publica- tion* supplied bv J.B. f'Tuk. WANTED, Assistants, fearmaids, Clerk?, Cooks, Farm bailiffs, Gardeners, House-maids, Ladies'- mside, Porters, Travellers, and Servants of every ,clam. Enclose three stamps to MORGAN and Co, 42, p Mariner-street, Swansea, + Commercial Street, Pontypool. WH. HASKINS, TEACHER of the Pianoforte, • Organ, Harmonium, &c. (late Organist of th» Parish Church, Milford, Hants), begs to inform the clergy, gentry, and inhabitants of Usk and neigh- bourhood, that he has. Opened a Music Warehouse :at the above premises, where he lias in stock a selection of Pianofortes, Harmoniums, Violins, and otlifT musical instnnheHt?, by the most eminent makers, ttnd musical accessories of every kind. New music at hall-price. Cottage Pianofortes in rosewood or walnut (new) from twenty guineas. Harmoniums from five guineas. Pianofortes and Harmonium! tuned, (by the year, or otherwise), repaired, and leton ture. ANy musical instrument thoroughly repaired. Terms for lessons on application. Thomas's Emulsion of Syrups, OK PECTORAL COUGH DROPS, colds, in fl uenza, hoarseness, houp- { (•oiv»b11(iifticulty of breathing, asthma, and aflee- f the ojulinonary organs generally. The Kreat lions ot I £ ruly valuable Syrup is a sufficient proof demand li t r?(icjers jt unnecessary for the jiroprietor of its efiicacy, g tt(jVantages; suffice it to say that to urge it* u J HCtive properties of herbs, roots, it is compose^ » trated form, and posstssea great •nnd balsams, ui a co From its agreeable taste '"J'S £ eSu, Aiwr™, it. may be easily ad aversion to medicine, acceptable to adults wlw 1 and 3s yd. each, by the ,n b«",w jefi/Chemist, Pontypool; and proprietor-—1. „«„dors. Blaewavou—J. snosf ;h^iniets arl^( medicine High-street; Uak— :P.op«.|Newport—lhouias J.. ^bcrgavenny-J. J H. Clark; Monmouth—W. bpencer, -a k W^tkins, &c. Eayley's Tonic, Aperient, & Puniymg FAMILY PILLS. IpOK bilious and liver complaints, muiges 0 sink headache, loss of appetite, heartburn, impurities of the blood, and other ailments dixorderedatatc of the stomach and bowels, lbese *eg table pijls are particularly recommended lor general use, 01,41 only require to be tritd to prove their "rclit tiucacy. Being mild in their action they are invaluable tofamilies, and may he tnli.en at any time without interlering w,tl1 "rdinury engagements. Sold in boxes at 7Y,<1S. and 2s. 9d. cacL; or tree by port lor B, 14, or jtampt. .Prepared only byT. E,O.DEKICE^, Obeuiist, Pontypool' .and sold by moat mediciue Teudors.and agents tor Thomas's ii'ujalsiois ol Byrupi). MONMOUTH. CHARLES A. COURT respectfully announces \J that*, in consequence of the death of his father (Mr. W. Court), the AUCTION BUSINESS so successfully carried on for many years past under the firm of Court and Son will be in future conducted by himself, and he trusts that his experience, com- bined with moderate charge and a prompt settlement ■ of sale accounts, will insure for him a continuance of favors. March 8th, 1866. MR. C. A.COURT, AtiCTioNEKR, TIMBER SUR- TBTOH, and GKSHEAI, VALUER, Agent and Inspector for the Scottish Union Live Stock, Fire, and Life Insurance Company, &c. MONKY ADVANCED on any property consigned to him for sale, or the whole effects of a house purchased by private contract where persons wish to avoid a sale by auction. Office No 1, Monnow-street, Monmouth. 1 ST. MARY'S STREET, MONMOUTH. Highly Important & Unreserved Sale. 1 To Timber Merchant*, Rmlderiy and Others'. C A. OOURT (late €«tt randtJmrT h ti- ill otructed by the Assignees of Mr. C. LAXJUBNCK, Jun., Builder, (under a Deed of Assignment), to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, On Monday and Tuesday, July 23rd and 24th, 1866, The whole of the Valuable STOCK-IN-TRADE and Effects- Particulars in posters, and Catalogues may be had five days prior to the Sale at the office of the Auc- tioneer, Monmouth. Drybridge House, Monmouth. IMPORTANT SALE of Excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising Dining, Drawing, and Breakfast Rooms suites, Chamber Furniture and Appendages, Kitchen and Domestic Requisites, which MR. C. A. COURT (late Court and Son), is favoured with instructions from C. ROBEBTS, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premise", On Thursday and Piiday, the 26th and 27th day. of July, 1866, Commencing each morning at Eleven o'clock. Particulars in Catalogues, which- may be had six days prior to the Bale at the office of the Aucti oneer, Monmouth. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Desirable Freehold Property. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by MR. J. DAVIS, at the Kiita's HEAD I*N, CHEPSTOW, On Friday, the 27th day of July, 1866, At Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall then be produced, All that compact FREEHOLD PROPERTY, called •' CLYTHATINE." situate in the parish of Kil- gurrwg, in the county of Monmouth, and distant five miles from Chepstow, and seven from Usk. It lies about equi-distant between the road leading from Chepstow to Abegavenny, and the New Road leading from Chepstow to Usk, and adjacent to a good parish road. The property comprises about 12 acres of sound and very productive MEADOW LAND, with a convenient COTTAGE, Barn. and Piggery, thefeon, I and a good Garden attached, with a never-failing spring of water on the Premises. Mr. John Burden, the tenant, will shew the pro- perty, and any further particulars may be obtained of Mr. PARTKIDGE, Solicitor, Usk of Mr. Jeremiah Morris, Lower House larm, Shirenewton; or of the Auctioneer, Ash Cottage, Chepstow. At the same time and place also will be offered an Barn, Stable, and Piggery, and very productive Garden, Orchard, and piece of Land adjoining con- taming in the whole 3a. Or. 5p. (more or less) The above Property is beautifully situate, about one mile from the village of Shirenewton, and five miles from Chepstow, has a Southern aspect and commands views of the most delightful scenery with which this neighbourhood abounds. It adjoins a <»ood road leading from Shirenewton to Gaerllwydd. ° For further particulars,and to,view, apply to Miss Rees, on the Premises; to Messrs. Blount and Davis Solicitors, Usk, or to the Auctioneer, Chepstow. Upper Tymunich, near Ragland. MESSRS. JACKSON & MORGAN will SELL by AUCTION, at the SHIP IJTK, Ragland, > On Thursday, August 2nd, 1866, At live o'clock in the evening, about 10 acres of > GROWING WHEAT, situate on the above Farm, -the Straw not to be removed. For particulars and to view apply to Mr. JO^KPH s Hiti, Oakiield Cottage, Bryngwyn, or to the Auc- tioneer. 42, Llaoarth- street, 2?c}»fort,Moa. IMPORTANT$AtE OF FREEH Oil PfiofclBTIES IN THB TOVN OF AORUOAYNNNlrt And the Parishes of Gwerntaaej, Liangwm, and Llangeview, in th^ CounA of Monmouth, and Cwmyoy, in the County of |tW«Pord. 1;, To be SOLD BY AMOTION, by MR. W. J. HANDS, at ttte Atgel Hotel, in the town of Abergivenuy, On Thursday, 26 th dap of July, 1866, At One o'clock, p.m,, subjectilto fach conditions of sale as shall be then and therejjrolueed, and in the following or such other lots af nAy be determined upon at the time of sale: » f Lot 1. All that very desirable aid valuable Free- hold Property, called the "THIBB SIEPS and TTR FINNON Estate, situate N the parishes of Gwernesney and Llangwm, itt, the county of Mon- mouth, about two-and-a-half wild from the market town of Usk, on the turnpike fbadleading from that town to Chepstow (exclusive of tie several portions of land comprised in lots numbered 2, 3, 4, and 5), containing a farm house, witja ^re, sheds, granary, and other suitable outbuildinfft fld 130a.tr. lop., De the same more or less, of "or^arding, meadow, pasture, arable, and wood litidi now, and for several years past, in the occupfiion of Mr. John Williams, as yearly tenant the^of.and adjoining the estates of E. J. Phillips, Es< £ ifiss Bourne, and others. This property is reprefentd by the numbers 117, 40, 41, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 35,56, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,66, 104, 105,106, 107, 1<5B, I & 11 I, 115, 116, 121, and 124,011 the tithe map of he parish of Gwer. ncsney, and by the numbers 83; 1&, 129a, and 128, on the tithe map of the parish df Llangwm. The land tax on this lot is redeemed. Lot 2. All. that outlying Madow, containing 3a. Or. 38p., eituate in the said perish of Llangwm, (being No. 16 on the tithe map of that parish), ad- joining the lands of Miss Bourie and the Peelth Brook, and now occupied by Mr..bhn Williams, the tenant of the last lot. The land tdt is redeemed. Lot 3. All that' the undividec moiety of four several pieces of excellent nieadowand arable Land, containing together lpa. 2r. 20p., atuate in the said parish of C)weruesuey j,representee by the numbers 77, 79, 80, and 83, on the tithe mip of that 'parish. The three pieces of land, Kumberel 77, 80, and 83, front the turnpike road leading frMn. Usk to Chep. stow, and the pief"} number J9 fronts the road t lvero (ram U*lt ta tbe øa18e ad., ioin the estate of E. J. Phimps, £ q and are in the occupation of Mr. John WilliamtÎind Mr. as tenants thereof. Land tax redeemed Lot 4. All those two rich Mealows adjoining each other, containing 24a 2r. Op., sitiate in the several parishes of Gwernesney and Llaigeview, represented by the numbers 30 and 31 on tie tithe map of the parish of Gwernesney, number Lon the tithe map of Hangeview. These lands adjoi: the main road there leading from Usk to Monmouth,and the lands of His Grace the Duke of Beaufort and Miss Bourne, and are in the occupation of the saidmr. John Williams, as tenant thereof Lot 5. All that outlying Mea ow, in the occupa- tion of Mr. J. Williams, conaining 4a. 3r. 6p., situate in the said parish of Gwrnesney, being No. 38 on the tithe map of that pirish adjoining the lands of the Duke of Beaufort, he Rev. J. Blower, and Mr. Edward Powell, and routing the before- mentioned road leading to Monmouth. Land tax redeemed. The proprty comprised in lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, lies in a beautiful prt of the county of Monmouth, is well timbered, nd presents several eligible sites for building, and there is a valuable quarry of excellent building ancpaving stone upon it. Lot 6. All that compact and aluable Farm, called "FWTHOG UCHA. containing fiat Or. 23p., be the same more or less, now in th occupation of Mr. Thomas Davies, as yearly tenant thereof; situate in the parish of Cwmyoy, in the county of Hereford, and represented by the number from 10 to 33, both inclusive, on the tithe map f that parish. This farm possesses a valuable right If common upon the adjoining mountains, and abits the lands of the Earl of Abergavenny, Mrs. Wakins, aud Tyr Moelyn farm. Lot 7. All that small compet Farm called "Tn MOELYN," containing 14a. 2r. 2p., be the same more or less, now in the occupation if Mr. John Davies, as yearly tenant thereof; sitate in the parish of Cwmyoy, in the county of Heiford, and represented by the numbers from 1 to 9, 10th inclusive, in the tithe map of that parish. Ths farm, which abuts the lands of the Earl of Abergvenny and Mre. Wat- kins, has a valuable right of ommon upon the ad- joining mountain. Lot 8. All that Messuage 0: Dwelling House and Garden, situate in Castle-stret, Abergavenny, now in the occupation of Mr. Jtemiah Francomb, as yearly tenant. This lot has abntage to Castle-street, and is delineated and more particularly described with its boundaries upon a ortain plan, deposited at'the offices of Mr. W. F. Ett, solicitor, Aberga- venny, and therein numbered J, I Lot 9. All those two Mesuages or Dwelling Houses and Gardens, situate u Castle-street, afore- said, adjoining lot 8, in the espective occupations of Messrs. Foster Brothers, ait Mr. John Evans, as yearly tenants. This lot has frontage of 33 feet to Castle-street, and is numberec9 on the said plan. Lot 10.- All those three iissuages or Dwelling Houses and Gardens, situate 1 Castle-street, afore- said, adjoining lot 9, and in lie respective occupa- tions of Mr. Richard Evans, Irs. Elizabeth Powell, and Mr. Thomas Howe, as ytrly tenants This lot has a frontage of 35;, feet i Castle-street, and is numbered 10 on the said plar Lot 11. All that Messuag< or Dwelling House, with the stable, outbuildingaand garden adjoining, situate in Castle-street, afowaid, adjoining lot lü, in the occupation of Mr. ohn Smith, as yearly tenant. This lot has a frontae of 23;1 feet to Cafitle- street, and is numbered 11 orlic said plan. The above lots, numbered I 9, 1'6, and 11., will be ofl,ered for sale in one lot, ancif not then sold will be offered separately. Lot 12. All that Dwelling louse and Shop, situate ». upper end of Tudontreet, in the town of Abergavenny, in the occupath of Mr. Wm. Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot hi a frontage of 23* feet to iudor-street, and is nubered 12 on the said plan. All tliat Dwelling'ouse and Shop, situate in Tudor-street, aforesaid, joining lot 12, in the • of Mr. James IVry, as yearly tenant. Ibis lot has a fronts'ge of 21 fcet to Tudor-sU'eet, and ife lnitnbered 13 on the sd plan. Lot 14. All that Messuage or Dwelling House, Shop, Yard, and Garden, thereto belonging, adjoin- ing lot 13, in the pccupation of Mr. John Hill, as yearly tenant. This lot has a frontage to Tudwr. street, and is numbered 14 on the said plan. The above lots, numbered 12,13, and 14, will bt 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 BAKER HOUSE," with the Garden, Stable, Yard, Coachhouse, and appurtenances thereto belong- in;, 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. Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot contains 2r. 39p., or thereabouts, and is numbered 15 on the said plan. Lot 16. All those two Messuages or Dwelling Houses and Shops, situate in Castle-street, facing Nevill-street, ia the town of Abergavenny, adjoining let 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" THRBE 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 18. 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 0a. Or. 28p., or thereabouts, now,partly in the occupation of Mr: John Hilfand 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 Gardmi Ground, containing Oa. Or. 28p., or thereabouts, adjoining lot 19, now in the oceupatio* of Mr. Wilh'am 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 aavd plan, and ha* a building frontage of 70 feet. Lot 22. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, adjoining lots 21 and 23, containing Oa. 3r. 15p., or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr. William Davies, as yearly tenant. This lot is numbered 22 on the said plan, and hag a building frontage of 100 feet. Lot 23. All that piece or parcel of Orchard Ground, adjoining the last lots, containing Oa. Ir. 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 141 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 piacet 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 feet 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 0a. 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. lr. 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 said plan, and has a frontage of 90 feet to the pro- posed new road, Lot 29 All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. Ir. 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 proposed new road. Lot 30 All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, containing Oa. lr. 6fp., 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. Lot 31. All that piece or parcel of Garden Ground, 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 trontage 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. Ir. ltip., or thereabouts, adjoining the Castle walk and now in the occupation of Mrs Bowles, as vearly tenant. This let is numbered 34 on the said plan. Lot 35. All that other portion of the said piece or parcel of Land called Cae Price, containingU.lr.26p. or thereabouts, also in the occupation of Mrs. Bowles This Lot is numbered o5 on the ELid plan, Lot 36. All that the remaining portion of tht Mid piece or parcel of Land, called CAB Pafat* taining Oa. I r. 34p., or thereabouts, also ia the oee*- pation of Mrs. Bowles. This lot numbered 36 as fnttidplflB* Lou uumoered 16 to 38, both inclusive, will be offered for sale, in the first instance, in one lot. If not .so disposed of, lots 15, 16, 17, and 1% will be offered for sale in one lot. Then lots 19 to tS, boifet inclusive, will be offered for sale in one lot. Than lots 27 to 36, both inclusive, will be offered for sale in one lot. If not so disposed of, each lot as numbered oa the plan, will be offered for sale separately. Bailey Baker House is one of the most convenient and pleasantly situated residences within the liw^ of the town of Abergavenny; is capable of being easily enlarged, and is well supplied with water. The adjoining lots (now divided and let as garden I!088dJ are capable of being laid out in ornamental plrmin and garden grounds of great beauty, and may either be occupied as a whole with Bailey Baker HoMe, M be sold or let for building purposes, to grant tage. The difficulty of obtaining desirable cites for the erection of villa residences in the immediate vicinity of the town has long been felt, and bees prejudicial to the interests of the town and ite in. habitants. An opportunity now offers, whieb TMflf possibly not occur again for some years, of soquiriBf —either by an enterprising individual, or by • ovm- pany, or a building society—several ad. for the erection of villa residences, poneanftg &* advantages of the country, with aft the benefits nd without any of the drawbacks, naiae, »r il'm^m—111— of a town. This property is ornamentally tmboed, and well stocked with choice fruit trees wad efarahfc eommancùa south-weet frontage, and beautiful viewf of the River Usk, Blorenge Mountain, and MtrHnwi* ageeeaery. Further particulars may be had on appKetfien t*. Mr. W. F. BATT, Solicitor, at whose Of&ce plans o £ theditrerent properties may be seen; as ales th*?" Aogel, Greyhound, Swau, and Lion iSotela; Mad at the Offices of Mr. JOSEPH KwVtHw Sumym, Ac. Cross-street, Abergavenny. Abergavenny, Jose, 1866. Tredfflmftdfc Rectory, SCTDWAT BZrWEKZfVSK AXS CASRLE9#. MR. J. GRAHAM, Jun, has been IUHMCBA with; > instructions from the Rev. G. H, ftUMKB^rte SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, On Tuesday tht 31at of July, 184ft, The whole of the undermentioned Sópmór HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, HoraesT^ Harness, Phaeton, Cart, and other Valuable Eftectt. PABTICTTLABS :— DBAWING-BOOM Walnut settee, covered in green Damask; six walnut chairs, covered in ditto; ditto occasional table, ditto chess table; American ehair, loo tables, fenders, fire-irons, carpet on room, about 24 yards; hearth rug, mahogany chairs, covered in leather; table cover, a very choice engraving, sundry ornaments. DINING-ROOM Mahogany telescope dining table, table cloth, seven mahogany hair-seated chairs, Brussels carpet on room, piece of druggetting, maho- gany pedestal office table, rosewood couch, covered in. leather; fender, fire-irons, coal scuttle, 3 handsona medallions, framed and glazed; hearth rug, sundry1"1 volumes of useful books, map of Mnnmmi th «Kiro) cane-seated chairs, candle lamp, Ac., &c. BED-BOOM 1: Mahogany four-post bedstead, wash* stand, dressing table, toilet set, mahogany Pembroke table, chairs, mahogany wardrobe, chest with drawers, fender, fire-irons, druggettingon room, straw palliasae, feather bed, bolster and pillows, quilt, mahogany dressing glass, wool-mats, &c., &c. BED-ROOM 2: Mahogany four-post bedstead, with white dimity furniture, double straw palliasse, feather bed, bolster and pillows, hip bath, wasbstand, dres- sing table, mahogany dressing glass, toilet set, towel rail, hearth rug, hair-seated arm chair, painted cheat with drawers, 12 yards of druggetting. BBD-BOOXS 3, 4, and 5 Chest with drawers, iron bedstead, millpuff mattress, painted waehlltand, chamber ware, large piece of druggetting, erimson damask window curtains, figured damask ditto, painted drawers, two iron bedsteads, painted dres. sing, two millpuff mattresses, two ditto beds, drug- getting, eight-day clock, painted chest with drawers, mahogany table, writing desk, tea caddy, five pairs of blankets, two Marseilles quilts, one white ditto, two coloured counterpanes, and five pairs of ealico theets. KITCHBN and PANTRT Fender, fire-irons, cruet stand, metal tea-pot, patent filterer, knife box, knives and forks, seven tumblers, one and a half dozen of wine glasses, pair of quart decanters, two glass-dishes, two water bottles, a quantity of breakfast, dinner, and tea ware, carpenter's tools, dripping pan, pots, kettles, six saucepans, lamps, tins, plate rack, two Windsor chairs, American clock, deal table, glared foot-pan, water cans, pans, tubs, benches, &c. STABLE and YARD.—A very handsome cob, five years old, broken to saddle and harness; a very use- ful and promising black colt, one year old; set of plated gig harness, capital road saddle, four-wheel phaeton in good condition, narrow-wheel cart, ear* riage jack, cart harness, wheelbarrow, garden tools, water butt, scythes, cinder sifter, and numerous other valuable effects. Also a six-barrel Revolver, with powder flask, bullet mould, shot pouch, Ac., one single-barrel Gun. Sale to commence precisely at Eleven o'clock. In consequence of the numerous lots to be sold in one day, the Auctioneer respectfully solicits á punc- tual attendance. Dated, Auctioneer's Office, Overmonnow, Monmouth, July, 1866. PRELIMINARY NOTICE^ MR. J AS. GRAHAM, jun., has been favoured with instructions to SELL, in the course ofV^r ESTATE, known a. the LLMAI* Farm, situate in the parish of Llan- baddock, within one-and-a-half miles of Usk. Full particulars in future advertisements. Dated 4th of July, 1866. Usk Farmers" Club. A™N of the Members of this Club will be held at the THKKE SALMONS HOTEL, USX, on nIDAy> at 6 p.m., for the purpose of en- tolling members, receiving propositions for prizes, and making preliminary arrangements for the next annual meeting. 0 J. H. CLARK, U"n. beL.