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) Steam linbtgation. THE CARDIFF AND BRISTOL Steam &- FRINGE OF WALES, MATTHEW JONES, Commander; LAD Y CHARLOTTE, HENRY JEFFERY, Commander; A RE INTENDED to SAIL during the month of AUG. :'1. as follows (from the BUTE SHIP DOCK) "'ce of Wales—Mondays, > Lady Charlotte Monday* .Tuesdays, & Fridays!— YVednesdays, and Fridays, V Charlotte Tuesday*, < Prince of Wales—Tuesdays, itirsdays, and Saturdays. ( Thursdays, and Saturdays, From CARDIFF. From BRISTOL, ll *\r < Aug., 1845. ]>>'('ay •••• 8| morn ( II, Monday. 10 morn l'V \ille8^ay • • • • morn ) 12, Tuesday. 11 morn i/ J^ednesday llimorn) 13, Wednesday.. I after IT' E> ,Urs<^ay •• 1 after ) 14, Thursday 2 after •». Friday, ]J after 15, Friday, after > Saturday 3 after j 16, Satuiday 4 after Stages and horses to be alongside One hour previous to Time of Sailing. EDUCED FARES :-After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. dren under Twelve years of Age, Half-price Dogs, Is. each. A Female Steward attends on Board both Packets. Hefreshments may be had on board on moderate terms. JJ. Four-wheel Carriage 21a. ditto Pbaeton or Gig, 10s. Gd. ^o-wl.eel, drawn by one horse and driver, 15s.; Horse ^Qd Rider, After Cabin, 9s.; Horse and Rider, Fore Cabin, *• 6d.; Cattle and Horses 6s. each; Sheep, Pigs, and alves, Is. each; Carriages, Horses, Cattle, and Good*, will be subject to '"nding and Wharfages at the Bute Docks. Not Accountable for any Hoods without Shipping Notes. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the PRINCE OF WALKS, to be sent to No. 12, Quay-street, or to Robert Chaplin, Cumberland Hasin Locks; and for 'ht LA DY CH ARLOTTE, 10 CI ate-strect rlall, Matsh-street, .ud Hull Wharf, Ilcdcliff-street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge, A her dare, Cowbridge, Bridgend, 'toutrissent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these »ces in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats ini- ■ately °« arrival, unless ordered by any particular Hveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the ntfai">.?>ac'tel Warehouse till called for.— Freight to be paid delivery. (' Packages. Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts of Sto Kmgdom without, delay, when sent to either of their t\!alll Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. h Further information as to Freight, will be readily obtained j>a to the Agents—Mr. WOODMAN. Agent at the (jL Office, on the Wharf, Caidilf; or to Mr. G. C. I'Ulvnn' ^°CDt» T2, Quay-street, Kris'ol, for the Pa-u VVALKS Pack'-t; and of Mi. T. JOHN, at the OWPV oV,ffice' on ,he Wharf, CardiiT; or to Mr. W. B. CH I'I),1 ^v ,n Cresccnt, llotwells, Bristol, for the LADY Vor B Packet' give —'l,e Proprietors of the above Steam 1'ackcts Passp'n°l'^e' 'at l'*e.v not ')e accountable for any ^*°od, 8 ^llggage, nor will they be amwerable for any 'aka* aCkaSes- Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, 0!fiCe#ge' or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their 'less 31 or Bristol, if above the value of 40s., paid f(, at its value, and Carriage in proportion to or(j r "le sa|ne, at ib(! time of Booking.—Goods consigned «Vft,,inir '.or 1K>t taken away before Six o'clock i 11 the »U<J Cx° °' 'e "day ot landing, will he warehoused at the risk at lie„'>ense *e consignees. All Goods to be considered •|8o f ,'lot only for freight and charges due thereon, but c°0si^n 8 Prev'eus'y unsatisfied Freight and Charges due by 10 ''le Proprietors of the said rackets. Disputed ^uot K?',lnea,reu,nt' c'a,,n8 or 'l,ss or damage, &c., *etjt c a'l"Wed, unless a written notice of the same he ivt?ry. j *u £ lion- ABERMAIDE ESTATE, ABOUT THREE MILES FROM ABERYSTWITH. To be SOLD by AUCTION, M BY MR. GOODE, UE ^OAEL' ABERYSTWITH, on THURSDAY, Aft °* AUGUST, 1845, at 4 o'Clock in the ernoon, either together or in Lots, A p1 IMPORTANT FREEHOLD PROPERTY f'shes ft 'he ABER^AIDE ESTATE, in the Pa- *onta' aneada«N« LLAMBAH, and LI.ANYRCIIIAKN, lent i"10" together upwards of 13(50 Acres of very excel- atiil :d eonsistin'^ of well arranged, most desirable J)0x ^,>fnpaet Farms, with a capital Messuage or Shooting a'so several cotivenient and substantial Home- Vai' S' !-llK' a ^Vater Corn Mill, in the rich and beautiful Totv °* ''10 Ystwith, about 3 miles from the increasing Ul^n,l Port of Abenstwith, in tlie ('ounty of Car- ■wit!, xvit'> extensive and thriving Plantations abounding ■ghts Ume' "n<^ including the Manor and Manorial list-itS •°'" with i:s Appurtenances. The liive|f vS nI?ar'y i" a Feuce, intersected by the formg vi'h a"d the Cardigan Turnpike Road, and t° jJe Opportunity for the investment of Capital rarely Wj^Va^8 are heing projected to Aberystwith, which as w ■■o l'1's Estate within an easy distance of London, place -a^ of Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, and other ces "i the North and South of England. Litho'nte(1 ^escrip'ive and further Particulars, with a *^sth ^raP'let^ Plan of the Estate, may be had of Messrs. ftlr aT' Proctor, Solicitors, Lincoln's Inn, London ^ood* 1 Land Agent, Aberystwith; and Mr. e> Auctioneer, Carmarthen. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the BRIDGWATER ARMS INN, NEWBRIDGE, 011 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13 next, By Jill. TElOS. WILLIAMS, At i o'clock in the Afternoon, A ^IOsT desirable PREMISES & SITUATION T^f TRADE, situate at GWERN-Y-GEHWN, near lin«r°TjreSf' ■^Tewl)1'i*ige, consisting of a commodious IJwel- Cell Se aiu' with neat Front Shop, extensive ^.arage and Stores, and large Piece of Ground walled tj)e °.r "u'lding Cottages (much in request), situated in Ch 'tlniec''a'e vicinity of extensive Iron, Tin, Rail, ai,1i and Coal Works, now in full operation. 'Whi a^0ve held under a Lease from Sir 15. Ilall, of j> lc 1 ab°ut 76 years are unexpired, subject to a Ground n of l wopence per yard. >jV^_or ^'ther Particulars apply to Mr. Newman, or Mr. }, s. WilliarnSi Auctioneer, Newbridge, or Mr. Isaac loPgan, Crown Inn, Blaenafon, near Abergavenny. CAERPHILLY W0EM01SE. ""0 BE SOLD SSV iBCTlOS, BY MR. WATKINS, Tndur the directions of the Poor Law Commissioners), AT THE CASTLE INN, CAEltTHILLY, ^I3,UftSDAY, the 14th day of AUGUST, 1843, 0 clock in the afternoon, (subject to such Condi- 10ns °' Sale as shall be then produced), ALL Hiat MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, (lately used as a Workhouse for the Poor of the ^ar«\t of Eghvysilan), and GARDEN, held therewith, -nate in Caerphilly, in the county of Glamorgan, and adjouufrg the Castle Wall. <j0^e demises are held under a Lease for the term of j.n^0.ais' from the 1st day of May, 1735, at the yearly rentof £ 1 15s. 0d. Ful-ther particulars may be obtained of Mr. Evan Po#% P'^ill^ of Mr. John Morgan, Overseer of the ^8^wJ'silan; of the Auctioneer; and at the C 6 P-L. Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff. Ca'J'ff, 26th July, 1S45. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. THOMAS GLOVER, Atthie CASTLE INN, in the Town of Swansea, on WKD- ^WENT'ET^ DAY °F AUGUST 1845, atOne «h° n u Afternoon, (subject to such conditions as be then and there produced), THE WEEG VACH COLLIERY, Sitasrte in the parishes of Swansea and Llangefelach, in AL ^°"nty of Glamorgan, and within two miles distance ot the Port of Swansea. THE Coal is highly bituminous, and of the best quality. All the large is readily disposed of, for ready money, at the pit's mouth, for household purposes in the town and neighbourhood, and the small is in request for Copper Workg, Gas Works, and for making Coke. There are wo Steam Engines erected on the Premises, both in good order. I he Seams now in work are—one six feet and the other three feet in thickness, producing at present about fifty tons per day, but the workings are capable of Detlló considerably increased. There are, however, several other veins of similar quality workable by level. The ling of the South "Wales Railway intersects the Property. Further particulars may be obtained on application to the Propr.etor, T. S, Strick, Esq., Swansea, or to the Auctioneer. ASAM TEA I! WAREHOUSE. HENRY WEBBER, CARDIFF St MKItTII VK 6V4RDIAN OFFICE SOLE AUTHORISED AGENT FOR CARDIFF. THE ASAM TEA COMPANY. A SAM, a British Colony, of growing importance, situate on the very verge of China, ranks among the most interesting of our East Indian Possessions, for the continuous improvement of this Province, in a general sense, under the auspices of the Asam Company." The exertions and capital of the "ASAM TEA COMPANY" are, however, especially devoted to bringing into general repute a SELF-PECULIAR & INDIGENOUS TEA PLANT PRODUCED IN ASAM, HTTAT classed with the most important of our Colonial productions for its SURPASSING yUALIlIES. The A3am Tea possesses, from the fitness and richness of the soil, virtues apart from and superior to any other leaf, even in a wild state, and FOR STRENTH, AS WELL AS FLAVOUR, IS UNAPPROACH- ABLE by any of the Chinese Plants, which properties have been, and still will be, infinitely improved by experienced Anglo-Chinese cultivation. Therefore, besides is indescrihably fine flavour, its very superior strength guarantees an ECONOMY ATTENDANT ON ITS CONSUMPTION, which must necessarily render it a domestic acquisition of incalculable advantage. The" Asam TEA Company" are also Shareholders in the" Asam Company," and therefore have an interest I in, and depend for success entirely on, the peculiar and intrinsic qualities of the Asam Tea, which, for these reasons, they furnish in a pure and genuine state, by means of advertised Agents, riot interested in their adult era- ? Und ,abelled> "ASAM TEA COMPANY, 11, CROOKED-LANE, KING WILLIAM STREET," City of London, where applications and communications will be duly and promptly attended to. Sole autliot-ised Agents, For SWANSEA Mr. Williams, Cambrian. Office. I' orMERlHYR Mrs. Ann Williams, Confectioner, High-Street. For NEWPORT Mr. Morgan Evans, 35, High-Stieet. Good Black, 5s.; superior flavour, 6s. Good Green, 6s. ditto, 7s. ^AGENTS WANTED FOR SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES & TOWNS OF ENGLAND AWALEs Sottcrg. I CARDIFF PANTECHNICON. I B. KEARNEY, IN returning thanks to his numerous Friends and tha Public generally, tor the very liberal patronage he has received since his commencing Business in CARDIFF, I begs to observe that he adopts the familiar adage— "Honesty is the best policy," as his Motto in Trade; and fuither observes, that the Goods purchased at the PANTECHNICON cannot be surpassed for style, quality, or cheapness, by any Establishment in the Kingdom. His MILPUFF BKDS, in great variety, cannot be equalled in quality or price; and his Goods generally, such as CHAIRS, TABLES, DRAWERS, BEL)- SIEADS, IRONMONGERY, &c., will be found well worthy attention. "KNOWLEDGE IS POWER." They who would wisely spend their cash to KEARNEY'S shop should go, p For I've got knowledge there, and you may get the same also- I had the power to buy, and so I went to Imy a bed, Thereon to lay my wearied bones or rest niv aching head For KEARNEY has good feather beds and milputt" ones also, And mattresses and such like things, at prices very low With chairs whose seats are cane or hair, of most superior make, In which you may repose with ease, and that is no mistake; So go to the PANTECHNICON, a plaoe that's richly stored Wiih all that may be summed up in phrase most simple—" Bed and Board." ———————" Micat inter omncs IlALFOIlDUM Sidns, velut inter un.es Luna Minnres !110"R. THE ROYAL DOMESTIC MEDICINES. fk The ,l0Y Al. F 4M11.Y (Aperient The ,l0Y Al. F 4M11.Y (Aperient PiU'S of «he late Sir HUMtY ".A'OKD, Ita-t., M.I)., and for years I'llYSIC'IAN to the HOYAt. FAMILY, wpre> deling this period, !•„ h /«% tesfed by him, "AS THE VT] K V>J SAFEST I> MLLDHST FAMILY 'b- J\ MED,C,NKS." in disorders of the Sioiiiach, Liver, anil Bowels, #^7Vi whether aiisina from Biliousness, Indipeslion, &c. and for rcinov- c' '"S Nervous anil Sick Head-ache; f or relieving habitual Constipation, by prodnring a healthy and free action of the Liver. It is well known that Geo. IV. received iIIP greatest i>en fit from his rUKVKNnVK 1.0 UC and KHKUMUIC PtLLS, in which diseases they mitigate the severest paroxysms, without producing nausi a or any prostrating effects. III Asthmas. Influenza, and C niahs 01 Long Standing, his « C121. KB It.IV. D CoUGH PILLS" stanll unrivalled,—pre- venting tickling in the throat, and fits of coughing, which so generally attend these complaints. His C A It I N A I'IVK or S'K)THING SYRUP, being free from an." jireparat-on of opium, or other dangerous narco ies, has obtained the approval ot the most eminent members of the medical piofe; ion,—facts which render it tlu- saf. s' and most valuable remedy in Acidity of the Sinmach, Gripes, Hiccup, Ifesilessness, Teething, and the usual infantile attacks. The public may rest assured that tliey are each faithfully pi'epaied Iro n Sir Henry's original prescriptions, and c iui pounded of those very expensive iogredienis (fur which he I WólS remarkable) hy an eminent Chemist of 30 years' practical experience in dispensing.—facts of the greatest moment to the public at large. Irl To the Proprietor of tlte Royal Domestic Medicines. 2. High-street, Swansea, June 24'h, 1845. Srn,-1 fed much pleasure in communicating (0 yoiij the gratifying inteHiiicuce, fhattitc H(,VAL l)oMhj>T/c .MkpICIN'KS are i.i;;bly valued licre. About two weeks ago, an elderly gentleman, named Edwards, came to me for a box of llaltord's Celebrated Cough Pills; he was nearly suffocated with As hina, and had a distressing Cougb. Yesterday he called for two boxes ni(<re, saying, that previous to taking them he I. ad not eiij'iyeu one tighi's rest fm m n hs. and that lis j a st pains and s-ff.-r:ngs appear like a rc-m Thi< -eotleman h..s been afflicted fqr many v «is, dnd is n >.v uvmercd. The HOVAL F,lIILY ( iperieti ) 1 'Us are s i flY many, to he ever took tor I'i ''s IT. i imn^ k ache, &c. Wi.ilst I itiii wii nr.r, a-cain )).,< railed for six boxes •' to take to sea mr his own use, -Hiding tint they were, witiiout cxecj/iion, the b st Medicines In* liad ever taken." Yours, very rcspectfuily, (signed) S. RICHARDS. Extract of a Letter, dated 2Gth May, 18-13, from J/r. Warhurst, Chemist. Fleet-street, Bury, aucashire. c. I consider the. Itoy-i Kainil, PMS a very excellent mcdi. eine they give general satisfaction here, and are in vreat demand. I am nearly oat of stock,— toeretor- send mf!i as be tore, ten dozens, and a ca-e of the Gout and Rheumatic i'i.Is. Amongst the numerous paitics ho have spoken of the bd" fliS leccivcd hy the use of 'he \Jcdi< in I will allude to a cry respectable lady Here, who. having re- ceived a perfect cure of a constant sick nead-aelie, loss of appetite, an.1 a rising of the stomach (as he desen cd it) aimost to s"t)'"cation.' caUe.t Oil Tuesday for another box, destred me to express and report to you her best hanks, say- itii;, she should hi mo-it happy in being referred to. through tm-, should any respectable peison des're < < shaH. there- fore. avail myself of so respectable a testimony, ami think you would do well to advertise the same." Extract of a Letter, dated U7tk March, 1845, from Mr. R. Brook, 2-5 It 2,3, Buxton-road, Huddersfield. Mr. W of this to\\D, says, 'he has tried a great manv .Medicines for pains in the head, but has not received benefit from any, before taking HALFOKII'S KOYAL F AMILY ( Aperient) i'll.Ls,' I could name several others—but tins is a highly respectable man, well known objecting, however, to his name being published." It is e peeially worthy of remark, that the doses of these I'ills in no instance exceed Two,—indeed, one generally is sufficient tbi< proves their intrinsic superiority over the monstrously absurd doses of "vegetable compounds and other inert nash, which are daily paraded betorc t ie u ) tc CAUTION.—OBSERVE, The llTl.bb ARL KN- GRAVKO, (by order of her M-;jesty's H,°^b'r| S,!n'1'1.S. sioners of Stamps), Ui'ON THE GOVEKNM' of these IfoYAL DOMESTIC MEDICINES: and on each Box and Bottle the I'ORTRAIT OF SIR 11 ENRY, with a fac-snnile of the Signature of Q ,1aWK1ns> ALL OTHERS ABE SPURIOUS Sold Wholesale by the Proprietor, C. B. HA» K Hastings-street. Burton Crescent, t.onden; and by 'f' Sutton and Co., How Church-yard Edwards, St. I aul s Church-yard; Sanger, Oxford-street, by F. Han u King, Birmingham Mander, Weaver, fee., WoW^P 1 and retail, by the Agents specially appointed, in eveiy in the Kingdom, Price Is. lid. and 2s. 9d.—Stanipe AGENTS. Cardiff-Mr. C. M'Carthy, Chemist, &c., High-street; Merthyr Tydvil-Mr. J. levies, Druggist; Ab^gavenny —Mr. T. Davies, Stamp-office; Carmarthen Mortimer, Chemist, The Cross Swansea j Richards, 2, High-street; Mr. Williams, Camuriiii- office; Brecon M r. P. Bright, High-street; ^1 liams, Siluiian-office Hay—Mr. J. Muddy. Pontypool and Abersychan—Messrs. Wood, stieet • Newport—Mr. Jenkins, Chemist, Commerce- Ross—Messrs. Farror and Dobles, Bookselleis t ford— Mr. Hook, Broad-street.; Gloucester— Southgate-street;' ^—Messrs. Mayler & Son, He a Id- office Mr. King, Market-place; Mr. Baker, MUtso street; Mr. Webb, Cheap-street; Bristol and Messrs. Ferris and Score, Chemists to the Queen, union- street, &c.,&c, goticro. Monmouth and Glamorgan Bank, traii NEWPORT, JULY 17, 1845. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, fTlHAT the NINTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEET- J~ ING of this Company will be held on MONDAY, the Town of Newport, at One o'Clock in the Afternoon, precisely, to receive from the directors an announcement of the Dividend for the Half.yeart ending 30th of June last, and on other special affairs. Signed, by order the of Board, H. WYBORNE JONES, Chairman. Frampton's Pill of Health. THE manifold advantages to the Heads of Families from the possession of a Medicine of known efficacy, that may be resorted to with confidence, and used with suc- cess in cases of temporary sickncss, occurring in families more or less every day, are so obvious to all, that no question CollI be raised of its importance to every householder in the king- dom. From among numerous testimonials, the following is respectfully submitted :— ° To Mr. Thomas Pront, 229, Strand, London. (( 5. Cooper-street, Manclx ster, March 12,1842. SIR, I have much satisfaction in communicating to you the rfs .)t ofiny experience after repeated trials of FRAMPTON's HILL OF HEALTH, and i feel it but justice to state, that in the course of many Y ears' trial of various Aperient Medicines, I have never found results at once so salutary and efficient in the relief of the system from redundant bile, &c., &c., with so little inconvenience; 1 am, therefore, warranted in declaring that they supply to me a means long wanting of being able to recommend to Families, Schools, and especially Mercantile •Men, whether at the desk or on the road, a most valuable resource in an occasional medicine. And I shall ta':e credit to myself if, in giving this testimony, I am the means f making FRAMPTON'S Pm.s more generally known and a prcciatcd. I am, Sir, respectfully yours, "WILLIAM SMITH." The unprecedented sale of these Pills, arising f orn The earnest recommendations of the many thousands who have derived benefit Irom their use, render any lengthened common* unnecessary; they are not put forth as a cure for ail disease t T | which mankind is liable, but for iiiiiou* and Liver Coins plaints, with liieir many wel'-kn nvn attendants, II I ons and hick Head-ache, Pain and Oppression after Meals. Giddiness, Dizziness, Singing Noise in Head and Ears, Drowsiness, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Wind, Spasms, &c. TWO or three doses will convince the amict, d of their salu- tary effects, The stomach ill speedily regain its strength a healthy actioll of the Liver, Bowels, and K'dneys.wi t rapidly take place and instead of iistlessness, heat, pain, and jaun- diced appearance, strength, activity, and renewed health, extending to good old ai;e. will he the resuit of taking this medicine, according to the directions accompanying each box. Sold by T. Prout, 229, Strand. London. Price 1,. LID. end 2s. 9J. per box; also by Mr. Thomas Stephens, druggist, Merthyr Tydvil; Mr. Phillips, Cardiff; Air. Farior, Mon- mouth; Mr. Williams, Brecon; Mr. Williams and Mr. Phil- lips, Newport; and by the Venders of Medicine generally throughout the Kingdom. Ask for rit.).\)Pt-()\-S PILI, OF H 1C.VLT11, anil observe the name and address of "Thomas 1'rout, 22!), Strand, London," on tin; Government Stamp. NEW ENVELOPE. IN consequence of the great variety of counterfeit Knvelopes of ITOVVLAND'S KALYDOIt, and other disreputable means resorted to hy unprincipled individuals far iini>o<II>«R Oil the public their highly-pernicious compounds under the TITLE of" K A LYI/Olf," the Proprietors and sole Preparers of the Original and Genuine Preparation acting under a sense of duty, and regardless of expense in the attain- ment of their object—THE PROTECTION OF THE POBLIC FROM FRAt)" AND IMPOSITION, have employed those cele- brated artists, Messrs. Pcikins, Bacon, and Co., who have succeeded, at great cost, in producing fruiri a stei-I plate a NEW of exquisite beauty. It comprises a highly-finished engraving of the GRECIAN GttACi-S standing on a classic pedestal, on each side of which is a rich profusion of flowers springing from an elegant cornucopia; these tastefully blending with Arabesque-scrolls and wreaths, cnciicle the Uoyal Arms of Great Britain, sur- mounting the words ROW LAND'S KALYDO R," &c., &c., &c., whilst a plinth at the foot displays the Signa- ture of rhn Proprietors in red, thlls- London. Jan Gia% A. )W LAN D & SON ROllVLAN:J'S KALYDOR, An liastern TII.tanica. Dis ON ty of surprising efficacy for I einicring t lie SKIN, SOFT, 'JLIIAK, AND FAI! \1)0.1 for bestowiuii a healthy, roseate hue Oil the COM- I. I.XIO V As creator and conservator of a transparently fair skin LIUWLA Ds' KALYDOR may be satd to exnrt an aim s; magical power. Composed for the most part of Oriental Balsamic Exotics. to the utter exclusion of all mineral admix- ture, it is distinguished for its extremely bland, purifying, and soothing effects upon the skin; and. by act, upon the pores and minute secretary vessels, expels all impurities from the suriace, allays every tendency to inflammation, and thlls effectually dis ipates all ITBDML'.S.S, TAX, PI VLI'Llirs Sl'OIS, "BLOTCHES, Klt. TKLES, SUNBUliN, and other unsightly Cutaneous Visitations. The radiant bloom it im- parls to the CHEEK J the softness and deiieac\ which it induces on the HA\D>, ARMS, and N !CCK its capability ot soothing irritation and lemoving cutane >us defects, sallow- ness. and all unsightly appearances, reuuer it indispensable to every toilet. It is invaluable as a renovating and refreshing Wash, in travelling, DURING the heat and of summer and, in cases of Sun-burn, Stints of Insects, or incidental Inflamma- tion, its virtues have long and extensively been acknowledged. To LADtES, during the peiiod of suckling, it IS of great importance, it affords relief to inflamed nipples, aud cools and renders the infant's mouth truly comfortable. To GENTLEMEN afflicted with a tenderness of the skin in shaving, the application of the Kalydor will be iduud to allay all cuticular irritation, removing every pimple and all roughness, and rendering the skin soft and smooth. Sold in bottles, at 4s. 6d., and at 8s. 6.J. each, duty included CAUTION, KEWARH OF DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS, under the title of "genuine" KALY DO it, containing mineral astrin. gents utterly RUINOUS to the Complexion, and by their repel- lent action endangering health. The ONLY GENUINE article is enclosed in the Envelope, as detailed above. To protect the 1 ublic from fraud, The Hon. Commissioners of Stamps h ,ve I So directed the Proprietors' Name and a .dress, thus- A. ROWLAND & SON, 20, HATTON GAltDEN, to be engraved on thc Government Stamp which is affixed on each bottle. HOLLAND'S MACASSAR OIL, In its preservative, restorative, and beautifying qualities for the Human Hair, is unequalled over the whole world. Price 3s. 6D.—7s.— Family Bottles (equal to 4 small), 10S. 6d., and double that size, 2Is. ROWLAND'S ODONTO, OR PEARL DENTRIFICE. A Fragrant White Powder, prepared from Oriental Herbs of inestimable virtue for pieserving and beautifying the THE r H and strengthening the GU MS.—Price 2s. 9J. per box, duty included. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. UNPRINCIPLED INDIVIDUALS, for the sake of gain- INA a trifle more profit, vend the most SPURIOUS COM- POUNDS under the SHme names, snme under the Implied sanction of Royalty, they copy the labels, biLs, advertise- ments, and testimonials (substituting fictitious names and addresses for the real) of the original preparations, and use etther the word GEN UIN K," or a EIG N EO name, in the pace of "ROWLAND'S."—It is therefore highly necessary to see that the word "ROWLAND' is on the Wrapperof each Article. All others are FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. The genuine Preparations are sold by the Proprietors all above, aud by Cheating and Perfumers. ftotttrø. TO BUILDERS. THE Committee of the Cardiff British Schools are now JL prepared to receive TENDERS for the Erection of a SCHOOL HOUSE. Tenders will be received, not later than the 20th of this month, by Mr. JOB JAMES, Ironmonger, where the Plans and Specifications lie for inspection. THOS. HOPKINS, ) G JOHN BATCHELOR, OECS' JOHN BATCHELOR,) Cardiff, Aug. 1st, 1845. To Iron Masters Timber Merchants and Others. THE ABERDARE RAILWAY CO., are ready to receive tenders for the supply of the following ma- terials until the 26th day of August instant, that is to say 500 Tons of Rails, (70 lb. per yard) Grand Junction Pattern. 200 Tons of Chairs for do. made from second melting of Cold Blast Iron. 60,000 Screw Bolts about 14 lb. each. 10,000 Sleepers to be of Larch Timber 9 feet long, 9 inches wide, and 4| inches thick at the smallest end, ex- clusive of bark. 15,000 Compressed Wooden Keys. The Specifications and patterns of the Rails and Chairs, Screw Bolts &c. &c., can be seen on application at the Aberdare Railway Office, Aberdare. The Company do not bind themselves to accept the lowest tender. The whole of the materials to be delivered on or before the 26th day of October next. J. J. GUKST, ? t, ,n.. „ C BAILEY j Provisional Directors.
GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY ROADS BOARD. Notice iø fimbg gtben, THAT the TOLLS arising at the several Toll Gates, in the County of Glamorgan, hereinafter specified, will be LET by AUCTION, to the best Bidders, at the House of Robert Ainsley, known by the name or sign of the CARDIFF ARMS INN, in Cardiff, in the County of Gla- morgan, on SATURDAY, the 6th day of SEPTEMBER, 1845, between the hours of Twelve of the Clock at Noon and Two of the Clock in the Afternoon of such Day, in the manner directed by the Acts passed in the 3rd and 4th years of the reign of his late Majesty King George IV., for regulating Turnpike Roads, and under the provisions of an Act passed in the 7th and 8th years of the reign of her present Majesty, for consolidating and amending the laws relating to Turnpike Trusts in South Wales. I Cross Buchan Gate 2. Cardiff East Gate 3. Cardif fWest Gate 4. Cardiff North Gate 5. Cowbridge East Gate 0. Cowbridge South Gate 7. Cowbridge \Vrest Gate S. Bridgend East Gate, to be removed to junction of Ewenny and Brocastle Roads 9. Bridgend West Gate, to be removed to the top of the hill beyond Ystrad Brook 10. Abeikenfig Gate 11. Brincethin Gate 12. Coychurch Gate, to be removed to between Coy- church and Pencoed 13. Red Hiil Gate 14. Taibach, to be removed near Margam lo. Aberavon West Gate, to be removed to the top of the hill West of the Town I I. Neath South Gate, to be removed to near the Quarry 17. Neath West Gate 18. Cwm Gorse Gate, Llandilo 19. Pont Walby Gate, to be removed to near Rheola 2). Cefn Rhigos Gate, to be removed to Hirwain Common 21. N antygwcnllil h Gate 22. Penydarran Gate, to be removed to Common beyond the boundary of Merthyr, on Abergavenny Road 23. Plymouth Gate 24. Black Brook 25. Gwern y Gwern Gate and Bar 2f5. Nantganv 27. Pwllypant, near Caerphilly 28. Bed was Bridge Gate 29. Newbridge Gate, near Railroad Station 30. Llantrissent North Gate 31. Llantrissent South Gate 32. Pontclown Chain, on the Road between Cowbridge and Llantrissent 33. Radyr Gate 34. Landaff Gate 35. Cefn Glas 36. Lower Village Gate, Aberdare 37. Upper ditto 3S. A Gate to be erected near the Village of Bonvilstone 39. Lanvabon Gate. The Tolls of the several Gates will be let singly, or in such Lot or Lots as the Board shall think fit. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder must, at the same time, pay one month in advance (if reqnired) of the Rent at which such lolls or any part theieot may be Let, [ind give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the satisfac- tion of the County Roads Board of the said County, for payment of the rest of the Money Mouthty, or in such other proportions and instalments as may be directed. THOMAS DALTON, Clerk to the Board. Cardiff, August 5th, 1845.
(B.) BARRACK CAMTEEMS. OFFICE OF ORDSANCE, London, 28th July, 1845. o NOTIOE IS HEREBY Cr%VPNy 35. rpH AT the C inteens in the under-mentioned Barracks J[ are to be let from the 1st of October nest to the 30;h of September, 18-18. No person will be accepted for more than one Canteen, nor any person who is not of unexceptionable character, or who win not undertake, bona fide, to reside in the Canteen and conduct the business thereof in his own person two Sureties will be required for the regular payment of the Rent, and of all Sums which may become due in respect of the said Canteen, and for the due per- formance of the several Conditions and Stipulations annexed to the Form of Tender which will be furnished on application at this Office (Sundays excepted) between the hours of Ten and T our, and by the Barrack Masters at the several Barracks. The names of two respectable Persons, with their Christian Names, Professions or Occupations, and Places of Abode, who will join the Tenant in executing the Indenture of Lease as his Sureties, must be inserted in the Proposals. The Tenant is to pay the full value of the Stamps on the Indenture of Lease upon executing the same. The Revenue and other Licences to be also paid by the Tenant, and which it is to be understood, that the Master-General and Board of Ordnance will not undertake to procure. Sealed Proposals will be received at this Office on or before Thursday, the 4th of September next, after which day no Tender will be noticed. ENGLAND. Berwick fPortman-Street Brecon £ Regent's Park Brighton § St. George's, Trafal-1 Birmingham g Sa'Square Burnley -i Wellington, Saint > Canterbury James's Park } Chatham Maidstone Carlisle Manchester Chiistchurch Newcastle Chichester Norwich Coventry Northampton Crovdon Pendennis Devonport Portsmouth Dorchester, with Ba- Plymouth kery Parkhurst, 1. W. Dowlais Sunderland Dover Stockport Exeter Tipner Gosport TroNvbridge HuH Tynemouth Hampton Court Winchester Hounslow Weedon Ipswich Windsor Leeds Woolwich Walmer York SCOTLAND. Aberdeen Greenlaw Dundee Hamilton Edinburgh Letth Fort Fort George, with Piershill Bakery t Perth Glasgow Paisley ISLANDS. Guernsey I Jersey By order of the Board of Ordnance, R. BYHAM, segretarv. flottcro. [A CARD.] C. SAWYER, Auctioneer, Appraiser, Accountant, anz CARDIFF, AVAILS himself of this opportunity publicly to return his grateful thanks to those who have complimented him with their esteemed patronage and ventures to hope that, by an increasing anxiety to discharge faithfully u the varied duties in his public capacities, he will be found worthy of further confidence and support. Cardiff, 5th August, 1845. TOWN OF CARDIFF. New &. elegantly manufactured House- hold ruruiture, with a small but choice collection of valuable Engraving's, and other Effects, for unreserved Sale. MR. SAWYER RESPECTFULLY announces that he has received instructions from the Proprietor, (Mr. Thomas Forster, Artist, of Cardiff, who is leaving for London), to submit to PL BLIC COMPETITION, in the way of SAtLE Br AUCTION, On WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of the present Month of AUGUST, upon the Premises now in his occupation in CROCKHERBTOWN, the whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS, which together comprise a general miscellany of good and useful Articles, among which will be found— IN THE DRAWING-ROOM—Six very handsome horse- hair seated polished Pollard Oak Chairs, with two Elbow do. to match; handsome mahogany horse-hair seated Settee; handsome mahogany Centre Table and Cover; Occasional do.; Carpet, 16 feet by 12; Drugget, 12 feet by 8; Fender and Fire-Irous; handsome mahogany Cheffioneer, &c. &c. IN THE PARLOUR are mahogany Pembroke Tables, half-a-dozen Chairs, Fender and Fire-Irois, and other Articles. THE BEDROOMS produce goose-feather and milpuff Beds, four-post Bedstead and Furniture, elliptic, tent, and other Bedsteads, mahogany Chests of Drawers, mahogany and deal painted Dressing-Tables and Washstands, Towel and Clothes Horses, Bedside Carpeting, Chairs, &c. &c. THE ENGRAVINGS Are nicely framed, and are Plates from Original Pictures by the following eminent Masters, namely—Luny, Os- tade, Dietricv, Rembrandt, and others. There are also a few BOOKS in excellent condition, which comprise some recent publications of extremely useful and scientific works. The Kitchen Requisites and Culinary Articles are of a general description, and in a good state of preservation. Sale at 11 o'clock in the forenoon; and the whole of the effects may be viewed the prior. Cardiff, August 5th, 184?. NO MORE SUFFERING FROM CORNS OR BUNIONS. Jones1 Philosophical Remedy Immediately enables the greatest sufferer to walk with the most perfect east and comfort. Before mankind were doora'd to use The Chinese cramps—calleit boots and shoes, How free were they to point tiie toe" Wherever Fancy bul them go! But ah! what direful conscqaerice Afflicted their pedalic sense When custom broaght thorn into Fashi m I Many a man who had no passion. That is to say, by nature given, Was by a sweari-IG anguish riven; C-irn Blisters, and THOSE wretches—Bunions, Made his eyes weep, ay! more than onions, Or even Peas which lilgrim;t use To harden prniten'ial shoes Unfitted for society, Sour-tcmper'd soon he came to be— The dearest fi lends' approach he thought Was with intent of mischief fraught. His understanding weaken'd thus, lie liv'd in constant pain and But Mercy, that divinest maid, At length Science to her ai l, And through her Agpnts, JONKS & Co Soon sent relief for all his woe No 1 Dnger now lie pines and frets, I All former suffering he forgets, And mnves on light Rlus'ic toe" As e'en St. Leon or Perrot! No boots too tight-no leather pinches, Erewhile they killed him, ay, by inches A LIGHT HOUSE in the Straod he sees. The home of comfcrt and of ease, Where, after others' vain endeavour, Corns and Bunions, aye! for ever, Quit the toriur'd foot and floe Before an instant remedy. This remedy for the Relief and C'lrc of Corns, Bunions, &c., is ofteied to the Public as quite original, and totally different from all others that have hitherto been advertised. IT WILL AFFORD 1MM EDI ATK KKLIE F, and, bv atten- I tion to the directions, will ultimately cure the worst Corn or Bunion that ever tortured humanity; its composition is such as to combine r)<OtECTK)\ AGAINST KURULTFI P-\L\ with an instant removal of the cause of present suffering, In other words, it is a MECHANIC.H, & MEDLMWL RC- ML'.DY. Any person suffering from the agony and pain of a Corn or Bunion, so as to be incapable of placing the foot to the ground, on the application of this remedy, may immediately walk with the greatest ease and comfort. Prepared and Sold by Messrs. Jones and Co 201, Strand, London, and by all Vendors of Patent Medicines, in Boxes at Is. I åtl. and 2s. 9j. each, and sent postage free to any address, on receipt of fifteen postage stamps. WHOLESALE AGENTS. Edwards, St. Paul's Churchyard Barclay & Son, 95, Far- ringdon-street J Sutton SC Co., How Churchyard. THE AUSTRALIAN MIMMi CM MY. (Provisionally Registered, pursuant to 7 and 8 Victoria, cap. 110). Capital £ 400,000, in shares of £ 20 each. Deposit f2 per share. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. W. T. Copeland, Esq., Alderman and M.P., 37, Lincoln's- inn-fields Samuel James Capper, Esq., 1, Adelaide-place, London- bridge H. de Castro, Esq., 19, South-street, Finsbury-square H. J. E ithoven, Esq., 8, Moorgate-street Edward Hagen, Esq., Mill-street, Bermondsey n. E. Lindo, Esq., 3, Winchester-buildings, Great Win- chester-street John Masterman, jun., Esq., Nicholas-lane, Lombard- street J. B. Montefiore, Esq., 2, Winchester-buildings, Great Winchester-street Sir Hyde Parker, Bart., 27, Charles street, Berkeley-square TRUSTEES. John Capper, Esq., 1, Adelaide-place Benjamin Greene, Esq., 45, Russell-square Frederic Mildred, Esq., 35, Nicholas-lane. AUDITORS. Henry Buckle, Esq., 33, Mark-lane George Burnand, Esq., L2, Cornhill George Palmer, jun., Esq., 11, King's Arms-yard, Cole- man-street. COMMITTEE of MANAGEMENT in AUSTRALIA. George Alexander Ansty, Esq. John Baker, Esq., Director of the Bank of Australasia Jacob Hagen, Esq., Member of Couucil John Hart, Esq. Bankers—Messrs. Masterman, Peters, and Co. Solicitor—Thomas Hanson Peile, Esq. Secretary—George Edmund Hodgkinson, Esq. The promoteis of the above undertaking having made satisfactory arrangements with the promoters of the Australasian Mines Royal Company, by which the two Companies are now united under the title of the Austra- lian Mining Company, it will be necessary for parties who have already applied for shares in either of the Companies to renew their application, on or before the 4th day of August next, to the Provisional Directors of the Australian Mining Company in the following form To the Provisional Directors of the Australian Mining Company, 1, Adelaide-place, London-bridge. I request that you will allot to me shares of £ 20 each, in the Australian Mining Company according to the terms of the prospectus, and I agree to accept the same or any smaller number of shares that may be allotted to me, and to execute such a deed of settlement as the Provisional Directors may approve of, and to pay the deposit on the shares allotted to me when required so to do. Dated this day of 1845. Names (at full length) Address (both residence and place of business.. Profession or Trade Reference An enlarged prospectus has been issued, and may be had on application to the Provisional Directors, at No. 1, Adelaide-place or to Mr. T. H. Peile, the solicitor, at No. 6, Great Winchester-street. Note.—The Provisional Directors have the satisfaction to state that certificates to enable the purchase of 20,000 acres of unsurveyed land in the colony, according to the provisions of the Act 5 and 6 Victo. ia, have already been obtained from the Colonial Lau l and Emigration Com- missioners. ;Øntite1$. PARR'S LIFE PILLS. The extraordinary Success of this medicine is the wonder of tDPr *°; "htS b-een tried hy hundreds of thousands as an the slightest A aS ,n -every lnst»°ce done good, it has never in Ten,nf,lff gJe<L'mpaired the m°*t delicite constitutioli of PARR's"^L^FE Pn 'hat Perseverance in fbe use and «r» li • • ^LS will completely cure any disease valuable mea,v"'neSSTS °f 'he. benefit ^ceived from this in- would bp 1D^lt fstlmon'a's are received daily and if rereltd anT.r'M, ,n a ne*W. to publish one-half in tlioir following are selected as people well known Testimonials in favour of Parr's Life Pills. Tbe fotJolVing importantiJestimony to the efficacy of PARR'S LIFe PILLS has just (Jeen received by the Proprietors. To Messrs. T. ROBERTS & Co., London. c.p, v -1, Athlone, December 7, 1844. LIFE PILI^'R am P,ease 10 sen<1 me 6 doz- more PARR'S derive a great deal of benefit. '4(0ar,.q, GILCHRIST, Communicated by Mr. F. C. and Sur*eon- Wednesbury, Staffordshire^5" C,D /> Top, Sep. 4, t.. '7~ er,nS the public would be benefitted by the publication of the extraordinary cffects produced by taking tARRS LIFE PILLS, I beg most respectfully to forward you the particulars of my case, so that the proprietors may be made aware of it. I was first attacked in 1837, with a Ner- vous Affection and Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, which caused, at times, very great coustipation of the bowels, and excruci- ating pain, for which I went under the care of several medical gentlemen, and one physician in Birmingham, without deriv- ing any great benefits; in 1839-40 I was very much worse, and the attacks came on more frequently, and continued up to March, 1843, when accidentally hearing of PARR'S LIFE ILI.5, I was induced to try ihem, and with very greatsuccess so much so that it has all left me. and I am able to follow my employment as I used to do prior to my attack, & beg further to state that I feel stronger than ever I did in my life before, and my looks bespeak it. I always keep a box of the pi Is by me, ant, use them when nature requires an aperient medicine! Wishing the proprietors every success with their valuable pre- scription. r 1 am, Sir, yours obediently —— JOHN THOMAS. CURE OF CONSUMPTIVE ASTHMA. I. ALEXANDER DOCGL\S, do hereby declare the good I have received from taking PARR'S LIFE PILls, In the year 1S40 I was affl;cted with a most distressing Asthma, oough, and shortness of Breath, which reduced me to death's door; notwithstanding my spending near £200 in consulting the most eminent medical men in London and Edinburgh, my disease continued, unabated, and I was, as a last resource, advised to try my native air of Dundee, which I did, and at the same time was recommended by a friend to take PARR'S PILI S. I commenced with them in the spring of 1843 experiencing relief, I persevered, and am now in m\ 63ra year, perfectly cured, and in better health than I have been for many years. Having just arrived in London, I hasten to make my wonderful cure known to the Proprietors, and to recom- mend something to the afflicted worihv of a fair trial and 110 favour. I have recommended them to many of my friends and they have all found relief. July 16, 181k ALEXANDER DOUGLAS, Farmer, witness to the ab 've ALEXANDER CUTHBERT, Stolswell-road, Dundee, ro Mr. J. ROBINSON, Patrington, Agent for PARR'S LIFE PILLS. SIR, 1 feel it a duty I owe to you t) express my grati ude or the great benefit I have derived by taking PAKR'S LIFE PItLS, having suffered many yeais from an Asthmatic C,'m- Jlaint. Shortness of Breath, &c., and having tried various lindanes for the complaint, but all to no purpose, I was per- suaded to try PARR'S LIFE PILLS; the first box I took I roun.1 great benefit, and by persevering they have perfectly :ured me I only took three Is IJd. Boxes. I remain your obedient servant, M WILLIAM PEARSON. Anyone doubting the accuracy of the above state- nent, may through the agent, Mr. Hobinson, be di ected to me who will authenticate its truth. C.\UN IN TO THE PUBLIC. eoe B.IW.ire of spurious imitations of the above Medicine, lone arc <e:iu:ne unless the wor is, PARK'S LIFE PILLS" ireinYVHITi: LETTERS on a Riil) GROUND, engraved n the uoverntnetn S.afnp. pasted round each box also tiie la -simile of the signature of the Proprietors, T. ROBERTS SC Co., Or*ne Court, Fleet Stree', Lou Jon,"on ine directions, "¡olù in Boxes at Is I kd.. 2S. 9I., and family pjekets Us. each, by all respectable Medicine Venders. TWENTY-FIFTH THOUSAND. In a sealed envelope, price 3. and sent free, on receiving a post-ojfice order for 3s. Gd. "MANHOOD;" TWENTY-FIFTH EDITION. MILE CAUSES of its PREMATU HE DECLINE, with JL PJ.AIN, DIRECTIONS for its PERFECT RESTORATION, addivssed to those sufferi ig from the destructive Kffcc's of Excessive indulgencot Solitary Habits, or Infeciion followed by Observations on Marriage, and the Treatment of Syphilis Gonorrhoea, Gleet, &c. Illustrated with Cases, &c., BY J. L. CURTIS & CO., Consulting Surgeons, 7, Frith Street, Soho Square, London. Published bv the Authors, AND Sold by Strange, 21, Pater- noster Row; Burgess, Medical Bookseller, 28, Coventry- street, Hayinirkrt; Mann, 3'. C irnhill, London; Ferris and Score, Chemists to the Q I,ETJ( F foion-strect, Bristol; Need- ham, Gloucester; Watson, Shrewsbury; Times Office, Hereford and in Bangor, bv Mr. 'fichard Williams, Chemist, MARKETPLACE (J iest, UirniingliAm Sowlcr, 4, St. Ann's- square. Manchester; Philip South Castle-street, Livcrpoo), Fanning and Co. Dublin; Robinson, (Messrs ) 11. Green- side-street, Edinburgh; and Sold in a sealed envelope by all Booksellers. OPINIONS OF T11 F PUFQS! & .,&.0" This work, a TENTH edition of which is now presented to the p'I¡'¡ic-felt thousand copies hflve been exhausted since its first appearance, has been very much improved and enlarged hy the a tdinot) of a more extended and clear detail ofgeneta) princi Irs as by the insertIOn of several new and highly in- teresting case*. The book, a; has been already stated, in the result o! very ampie and daily inereasi.i-r experience is a class of dise.ise- which for soma unaccountable reason, have been either altogether over lo ked, or treated almost with in- difference by the ordinary medical practitioner. The numberless instances daily incurring, wherein affections of the lung. putting on all tilco,iter appearances of consumption which, however, when traced to the.r source, are found to result from certain hanc-tul habits, fully proves that the principle of the division of lub >r is nowhere more applicable than in medical practice. We fed no hesitation in saying, that there is no member of society by whom the book will n it be fmnd useful, whether slIeh person hold the relation of a Parent, a Preceptor, or a Clergyman."—Sun, Bvening paper. The rage for b toks in all departments of science, literature, and the arts, was, we beliftve, never so prevalent as at the present tirne.-Thc unavoidable consequence of this is, that we meet a considerable proportion of indifferent, useless, and even bad book*. — With the force of this prejudice on our minds, we with no little reluctance were induced 10 peruse Messrs. Cnrtts's tork. entitled NJ, N HOUI).I'Ije scientific views taken bv the authors of the source and origin of many of the most distressing effects of certain depraved habitš, fullv establish their claim to the character of expericnc. d and judicious surgeons. — And the result of our careful perusal of the work has been, 10 impress us with a thorough confidcnce in the talent and skill of the authors, and to satisfy us that those entrusted with the care of YOllth are not a little indebted to them for furnishing them with a means of preventing some of tiie most frightful maladies to which flesh is heir. — Old E igland. The. multitude of books daily comino from the press, some, nav most of them, of a very questionable tendency, made us extremely reluctaut io take up another. The clear exposition of the source, of many of those diseases \vhi<-h prove so fatal to youth, and which are set down by the every day observer as the result of common causes, such as exposure to cold, sudden vicissitudes of temperature, hereditary taint, &c., is truly convincing and extremely satisfactory. And we do not think we go too far in saying, that society ts deeply indebted to the authors for producing so u-eful, so much wanted, so valuable, and so truly moral a book. — Conservative Journal This is a work tint we fear there exists too much need of to cause us to hesitate to recomme id it for geueral perusal Every branch of those frightful maladies, whether the result of immoral habits or secret vices, is here succinctly treated, and, divested of all medical technicality, plain and easy directions are given for the best mode to be pursued in all cases, however complicated or apparently hopeless. To the married, as well as the unmarried, this little work alike affords consolation and cure in peculiar cases, and we are doing service to society in recommending it to general uOlice. Essex and Herts Mercury. MESSRS. CURTIS AND CO., Are to be consulted daily at their Residence, 7, FRITH STREET, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON. COUNTRY PATIENTS are requested to be as minute as possible in the detail of their cases the communication must be accompanied by the usual consultation fee of ti, and in all cases the most inviolable secrecy may be relied on. The above work sold by Mr. Kichard William-, ChemMt, Market Place, Bangor; at the Office of the ^E'S!!?LFPE Carmarthen; and sent post-paid, M a SEALED for 3s. 6d., by the following AGRNTS: „ no. Newport. Merlin Office Monmouth S099en?^ I: Hereford. Times OSice D. Egville, Chronicle Office Worcester Evans Bangor Journal Office
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I'7 <!Tal*nlratr AND LIST OF FAIRS, NOTICES, ETC., IN THE COUNTIES OF GLAMORGAN, MONMOUTH, AND I BRECON, FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. AUG. 10. TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Morn- ing-Ilesson, 10 c. Kings 2nd do., 8 c. Acts. Evening -1 lesson, 18 c. Kings; 2nd ditto, 13 c. Heb. 11. Dog days end. Grouse shooting begins. 12. Lord Castlereagh died, 1822. IS. New Poor Law passed, 1834. Queen Ade- laide born, 1792. 14. Printing invented, 1437. -15. Napoleon born, 1769. -16. Andrew Marvel died. 1678. FAIRS. -Glainorganshire: Lantrissent, Aug. 12th; Swansea, Aug. 15th; Aberdare, Aug. 10th; Boverton, Aug. 12th. Monmouthshire: Newport, August 15th. Breconshire: Hay, Aug. 12th; Trecastle, Aug. 14th; Devvnock, Aug. 10.
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GLAMORGANSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY. Abstract of House Surgeon's Report to the Weekly Board for the Week ending Ausr. 5. 1845. fõJ g «< rn [ ^emaine(i by last Report 5| § a I Admitted since w ft .2 < Discharged q\ a £ I Cured and Relieved o> 0 \Died 0) Remaining. 6 u, j Remained by last Report 130 o § 1 Admitted since J2 J .2 < Discharged 3 £ I Cured and Relieved 18 19 Died 0) Remaining Medical Officers for the Week. Physician.Dr. Moore Consulting Surgeon Mr. Reece Surgeon Mr. Lewis MUers. Mr. Joseph Brown and Mr. Clarke F. M. RUSSELL, House Surgeon. -op TAFF VALE RAILWAY. Traffic Account, for the Week ending Aug. 2, 1845. E. s. d. 240 13 9 W. Coffin and Co. 151 0 S T. Powell.. (^l!UlcaiachC°al 231 0 9/ 23l 0 9 I Lantwit ditto.. 0 0 Oj Duncan and Co 93 16 4 Dowlais Co 191 1 1 John Edmunds (Pontypridd Colliery) 17 2 7 Insole and Son 29 17 9 R. and A. Hill 29 12 1 Dan-y-Deri Colliery 6 4 0 T. W. Booker and Co 2 13 6 R. Beaumont. 6 9 0 Total for the Week 10 1
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PRICES OF SHARES IN CANALS AND RAILWAYS IN THE COUNTIES OF GLAMORGAN, MONMOUTH, AND BRECON. I — | No. of Original Present ^ame- Shares, Cost. Prict». £ £ Glamorganshire Canal 600 100 210 Aberdare Canal 221 120 70 Swansea Canal 533 100 235 Neath Canal. 2.5(1 101) 340 Duffryn Llynvi Railway. 400 100 118 Bridgend Railway 300 20 8 Taff Vale Raiway 3000 10ft 13.) Ditto Quarter Shares. 25 30 Monmouthshire Canal .J 2409 100 180 Brecon & Abergavenny Canal 150 80 Brecon and Hay Tram Road1 425
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HIGH WATER AT CARDIFF. AUGUST I Morning, j Evening. Sunday 10.. i 10 8 10 26 Monday 11.. j 10 51 ]l 5 Tuesday 12.. | 11 24 j 0 2 Wednesday 13.. 0 50 1 35 Thursday. 14.. j 2 21 3 3 Friday, Aug 15. ) 3 39 4 14 Satuiday 16.. 4 46 5 17
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ANT ACCOUNT OF COAL AND IRON Brought down ths Monmjuthshire Canal Co.'s Tram- Roads and Canal for the weelc en linj July 31, IS45. 1 ? COAL. | Tram Road. Canal. -c- j Tons. Cwt. Tons. ClVt. Thomas Powell j 812 16 > 50 Phomas Prothero j 803 4 25 H-osserThomasandCo. 444 14 rhomas Phillips and Son 3 tO 4 Dargill and Co 5')3 2 Josep'.i Beaumont, 5 304 15 W. S. Cartwright I 496 10 125 Joseph Latch and Co. 29;) 12 Latch and Cope I4H £ j John Russell and Co 11G7 5 Tredegar Iron and Coal Co.. 534 3 RockCoatCo. 761 7 Roger Lewis 294 16 j Joseph Jones 64 16 j Lewis 1 homas and Co 108 1 j John Jones 14S 0 James Poole, Jun 11 10 Robert Roe Richard .Morrison j J. F. Hanson j 150 R. J. Blewitt f 1 400 John Vipond | 325 British Iron Co S John Davies. 1 1ROx. Tredegar Iron Company 155 S Rhymney Iron Co j 477 4 Ebbw Vale Iron Co 349 7 Cwm Celjn & Blaina Iron Co. 268 0 Coalbrook Vale Iron Co 94 0 From Sundry Works 1481 15 The opinion of the faculty, the approval of the fair sex, ind the general patronage of the public, have established the preparations offered by Messrs. Rowland and Son as -lie most valuable and indispensable requisites for the toilet yet submitted to the world. At tin's peculiar season, when "the skyey influences" are peculiarly powerful, and often noxious to the complexions of the fair, we would particularly recommend Rowlands' invaluable Kalydor as the most balmy, mild, and efficacious safeguard yet. offered to the public against the evils arising to the skin from the vicissituies of the weather and the alternation of the seasons.—See advt. INFORMATION FOR MARINERS AND ADVENTURERS IN SEAKCH OF GUANO.—We have been favoured by Captain Pringle, of the Plata, lately arrived from BuenOs Avres, ivith the following extract from his log-book On Monday, April 21. at seven, a.m., made St. Paul's Island. In lat., by observation, 0 54 N., long. 29 15 W., there ire five rocks, with gaps between them: the largest having a peak, similar to a sugar loaf, on the north-east end, and the south end, not quite so high, being flat withal. I tried for soundings, at half-past seven, the island bearing south two miles, and no bottom at one hundred fathoms. I saw a flag hoisted upon it at eight, a.m. I tacked and stood to the southward again, sup- posing by that some vessel had been wrecked, and that a half mile, then hoisted the boat out, and sent 1\Ir. Marshall, chief mate, to ascertain what the cause was. He ascended the summit and found the flag to be a piece of canvass hoisted on a pole, and at the foot a bottle, with a note, of which the following is a copy :—' Barque John, St. Paul's Island, Friday, 17th April, 1845. To ship- masters of vessels. I got here this day, and there is no guano, so you must all proceed to where your letter in- structions order you, as this was the last place to where I was to proceed for guano. For your government, I have to say that I heard that freights round the Horn are C5. and E6. per ton. When any one reads this, please place it back again in the bottle. Whoever has orders for me, he will please send it from the first port he arrives at, addressed, Mr. Colin Campbell, 48, Queen-street, Glasgow." Wishing you all a prosperous voyage and good freights, I am yours, in poor spirits (signed) Oliver Campbell, agent for Downie and Ackerman.' My chief mate, supposiug the date of the year to be 18tl instead of 1845, as the latter appeared to be more like figure 1 than figure 5, that being so long ago he thought it no longer necessary to leave the bottle on the island, but brought it on board, and I have it now in my possession. He also took the flag down as I desired him to do, before he left the vessel, if no one were upon the island, as it would deceive other vessels that saw it. When I received the note I discovered by appearance it had been but lately written, and that the figure was intended for five. There .was also another mistake: it was dated Friday, the 17th April; now Friday was the 18th April this year. The vessel being at too great a distance to send it back, and the breeze increasing, I did not do so. I lost four hours of a fair wind by this, and no advantage whatever to myself, only to help any of my fellow-creatures who might have been there, as I supposed by seeing the flag. I consider it in night time very dangerous, untese there is a good look-out, as it is low, and cannot be seen during the day and clear weather more than eight or nine miles. The mate sounded at about thirty yards from the shore, north-west end, and had fifty-five fathoms hard bottom, and fifteen fathoms a boat's length from the shore. Where they landed it is a very low, barren, and desolate place, no vegetation whatever; found a number of birds and a quantity of eggs, of which they brought some on board, about the size of a duck's egg. There was no fresh water to be found. The island lies about north. east by north, and south-west by west, by compass, half a mile, and about a quarter of a mile east and west, lat. 0 52 north, and long. 29 14 west. A strong current running to the north. west," -.Liverpool paper.