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&ttam Aabiffttton. THB CARDIFF AND BRISTOL Steam A .ctut. It I N O .E OF WALES, MATTHBW JONEI, Commander; LAdy CHARLOTTE, HBNRY JEFFERY, Commander; A intended to SA.IL during the month of AUG., J*- *» follows (from the BUTE SHIP DOCK) \fle. °f Wales — Mondays, > L*Ay Charlotte "Monday* Ladu Vve*^mV*> & Friday*.— ? Wednesdays, and Fridays, Th '°"e t'liesdays, I Prince of Wates—Tuesdays, utsdays, and Saturdays. £ Thursdays, and Saturdays, A,?rom CUtDIPF. From BKISTOL. 25, u' V845* I Aug., 1845. 26 T Ry • • •. S| morn ( 25, Monday 10 morn 27* 4?*,d*y • • • • morn [ 26, Tuesday 11 morn 2^Tk! ,8da>" 11 -7 morn { 27, Wednesday 1 after 29* i ••• 121 after 28, Thursday 2 alter 3o' S„ ■ • • • li after 29, Friday, 3 after c 9*turday 21 after ) 30, Satutdny 3 £ after riages and horses to be alongside One hour previous p to Time of Sailing. *avc'ED FARES :—After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. 1 yeais »f age. Half-price; Do; 1*, each* U female Steward attends oil Board both Iackets. Fn res'llnc'its may l><; had on board on moderate term*. ■T%0 u"heel Carriage 21* ditto Phaeton or Gi>, 10s. 6d. •dH* drawn by one horse and driver, 15s.; Horse 7«lgi"'er» After Cabin, 9s; Morse and Rider, Fore Cjbin, C.i„ ,ta!t'o a"d Horsey, 6j. each; 4>hi-eji, Pigs, and ea» Is. each. |»6.!r'a8us, Ho'ses, Calile. and Goods, »i!l be subject to Wharfages at the Bute D >cks p «oi Accountable for any Goods without Shippi'ii; Notes. tb J'gbters are requested 10 order all Good* intended for Qr ""INCK OF WALKS, to be sent to No. 12, Quay ■ -trcet, ji. Hohprt Chaplin, Ciin>berlan<l Basin Lock*; aud for Jr.MDY CH-\»IX)ITK, t> Clare-street Hall, Marsh-street, Bull Wharf, lledclifT-strect, Bristol. at ii*01-* WI" be hauled from the Wart-houses to the Packets of the Coii)[.anifs. ItluM ^T> ^e'"bri'hje, A bur dure, Cowbridge, Bridgend, |»|a rt*tent, and Cue'phi-'y.— Go ids torwauled to these d*8 |n Waggons «>tii l<ock~up Canal Itoais itn- Convat_ y arrival, unless ordered by any particular Sttam'tT0' 'n which case they will be deposited in the en (< .l Wurel.o ise till calicd for.—Freight to be paid G "etnery. the ïLdtl, Packages. Parcels, Sc., forwarded to all parts of 0ln W;,hout delay, when sent to either of ihtir .11 t acket Offices in Cardiff or Bristol, by inf°rmation as to Freight, will he readily obtained jrln^ 10 l'le Agents—Mr. Woodman, Agent at the on the" Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. G. C. PRjMpp' Agent, No. 12,, Bristol, for the ^*ekM WALKS Packet; and of Mr. T. JOHN, at the QWgN 2» ce' on l^e Wharf, Cardiff; or to M'. \V. H. Avon Crescent. Hotwc'uS, Bristol, for the L\I)Y A'077e'TEr|l>acke'- NotjCf J~—rhe Proprietors of above he Steam Packets give at they will uot be accountable for any Passenger's 0* w''l they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, ^'cas It > 'ost or damaged by Fire, Leakage, or otherwise) above°°» 1 either of their Officcs at Cardiff or Hristol, C*trj8 'e value of 40* unless entered at its value, and "/> l>roPor!*01* paid for the same, at the tune of k^fore ,°°ds consigned to order, or not taken away '•e *#,ejX ° 'ck in the evening of the day of landiug, will Goo d at 'e t'9'c a"4'expense of the consignees. I ^'Urgeg ,»* to considered as liens, no! only for freight and ^rt'8hl ''I ^creon» but also for all previously unsatisfied "aid t ''arges due by consignees to the Proprietors of ^0r 'oss "i et8' l^isput'd weights or ini-asurement, claim* cannot b« allowed, unless a written J 0 the he Sent to the Office 011 the day of deiivery. I13? Auction. GLAMORGANSHIRE. '.1.'0 Be SOLD HY AUCTION BY MR. JOHN JONES, At the A VTohv OEI* INN, in the Town of MEUTIIYR, on in the 27th of AUGUST, 1845, at Six o'clock thon 6 en*nS» subject to such conditions as shall en and there be produced, A LJ:I tThoBe TWO substantial and well-built DWEL- ^hich i ^SES, with their Appurtenances, one of occi' 6^at ^s" Per ^num » other is iu let at .Puati°n of the owner, Mr. Seatou, which might be The Os. Od. Per Annum. 1tet.s Said Pjemises are situate in Albert-street, Mar- te**n of acf' Mertll7r' a,u! are held under a lease for the g,o„„ years, 95 of which are unexpired, at the yearly •Porffeiltof £ 3 l4s* 7d' 8eat ,urther particulars apply (post-paid) to Mr. John ^°ttag' °n "le ^>rem'aes> or to -^uctioueer» Glebeland ABERMAIDE ESTATE, OUT THREE MILES FROM ABERYSTWITH. To be SOLD by AUCTION, 4. BY MR. GOODE, t^e BZLLE VUE HOTEL, ABERYSTWITIl, on THURSDAY, -rte 18th day of AUGUST, 1845, at 4 o'clock in the moon, either together or in Lot?, A Most IMPORTANT FREEHOLD PROPERTY fishes^of ? thc ABERMAIDE ESTATE, in the Pa- «°ntain- ^Lanbadari(, LLAMBAR, and LLAMYRCHIARN, lent La'1!? ^°^et^er upwards of 1360 Acres of very excel- *nd c nd» and consisting of well arranged, most desirable Box ■ Fa,TO8, with a capital Messuage or Shooting *tead8 convenient and substantial Home- V^e a water Corn Mill, in the rich and beautiful to\fb t'le Ystwith, about 3 miles from the increasing 4igat) and Port of Aberystwith, in the County of Car- Vith G With extensive and thriving Plantations abounding :!tight arne, and including the Manor and Manorial Rhydonen, with its Appurtenances. The ?i?er yL nearly In a Ring Fence, intersected by the fotu, '"twith and the Cardigan Turnpike Road, and to b» °PP0rtunity for the investmeat of Capital rarely tnet with. brT^8 are being projected to Aberystwith, which «b thås Estate within an easy distance of London, W*Ce« !a# l Liverpool, Manchester, and other Q the North and South of England. tithrtnted descriptive and further particulars, with a ^*tha^avied Plan of the Estate, may be had of Messrs. },fr jt. & Proctor, Solicitors, Lincoln's Inn, London Ooode° a Miller, Land Agent, Aberystwith and Mr. Auctioneer, Carmarthen. \VESTft! FABM, GLllIORGlSSHIRE. MR. R. K. DAVIS 11" Ute honour of announcing that he is instructed to submit to Public AUCTION, 3o!»f a^ardip ARMS INN, CARDIFF, on SATURDAY, ACGKJBT, at Two for Three o'Clock, in Five Lots, A VALUABLE FREEHOLD estate, *C??ge0U8ly situated in the Parish of Saint Andrews, ve mlles from Cardiff and ten from Cowbridge, a very rich aud fertile part of South Wales, A SUBSTANTIAL BUILT FARM- *ble Y SE' With GARDEN and ORCHARD, suit- Stablj 8> Barn, Beast House to hold 24 head, ^earlJ1 i °rfour h°r8e8. various useful Outbuildings, and ^CTJVP rACRES of DEEP' STAPLE, and PRO- The caPflble of producing abundant crops, in e IEstate ia intersected and bounded by good Roads, ^0«nmand*ant and picturesque part of Glamorganshire, ^ith thi» deli8lltful views of the surrounding country The p r,8l°l Channel in the distance. 'rbotQ&f¡ Fa.rm is Let to Mr. Thomas Thomas and Mr. "ouiic. respectable tenants-at-will, at rents The E ,0 Per annum. I^Phic st<lte may be viewed, and Particulars with Litho. ^cemises had seven days preceding the Sale on the •Messrs. » at t'ie )lsual I"118 in the neighbourhood, of c°hi,8-lfln0T^er' an l Ingram, Solit :itors, 68, Lin- I "^uctionp0 e!ds' London, and of Mr. R. K. Davis, <aQ^Surveyor, 68, Mark Lane, London. GLAMORGANSHIRE. .v TO BE LET, AKj> 9 TEBBD UPON AT THE 2ND FEB., 1846, SIOITOK FARM, O in tbe Parishes of Lancarvan and Wen- ^nd C'nt?lxda8 about 228 Acres of Meadow. Arable, J'arniB. flf6 ud» intended to be Let in two separate lirpso f oue t0 co,ltain about 48 Acres with lower and Outbuildings and the ^wellin~ S consist of about 180 Acres with a new BuilUinUSC a C°mplete set of commodious These i? "°f fiarA » "re co,'ve,liently situated within 2 Miles Ma-kg, arbour, and at an easy distance from the The YV ns °f Cowbridge and Cardiff. Vision 1?°tuWard residhlS at MoU°n will point out the to Mr e F"Ims- all(1 for f^rlher Particulars apply Sanshire ( eorge Halket, Wainskill, Bridgend, Glamor- reo TO JUDGES |»iil OF FINE TEAS. HSrair WEBBER, CARDIFF & lffSttTHYB GVAKOIAN OFFICE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE ASAM TEA t'OMPAMS BABE A\D PECULIARLY FINE TEAS, REQr: ESTS tho e ftrotir of an Order from Connoisseurs, and those desirous of obtaining a really exquisitely thvoured After once partaking of the highly exhilaratiiig and aromatic Asam Tea, but few can persuade themselves to use any ther, especially as it .s found not to be mjunous to the nerves; and as the Asam Tea has been proved to produce at east six, ami in mo^t cases eight good cups of lea, where the same quantity of Chinese would produce only four 1 I T I, Z\?^ZXUry e™n°my combine to recommend the Asa,n Teas. ( HlSm O J^H vr I 0 j MAZENGA GREEN TEA 6 0 ? u i J" 6 0 I THOURA GREEN TEA 7 0 f" tot:u "ou"d• 1,,lf-pou"od -w p»="6t., with th; co„1»„ A KmhGC»Tu«R^C„ zr«~ u"k" th,ir •»" SOLE AUTHORISED AGENTS. For^F^lTH^i Alias Arnold, Confectioner, Cross-Street. For NEWPORT ^Jrs-Ann Williams, Confectioner, High-Street. A Mr. M. Lvaus, Bookseller, 35, High-Street. iggT" AGENTS WANTED FOR SOME OF THE LARGE TOWNS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. Published every Saturday, Oil a large sheet of 24 pages, price 4d., or stamped 5d., THE CRITIC, JOURNAL OF BRITISH AND FORliIGN LITERATURE, ART AND MUSIC GUIDE TO THE LIBRARY AND BOOK CLUB, AND BOOKSELLERS, CIRCULAR. THE CRITIC was established two years since, and has obtained its present popularity and extensive circulation by its many original and attractive features. Its thorough independence has made it the adonted iruide for mnat of .fc« Libn.rU, .d m.mWr. of Book Club, in Kingdom. Tli i„te,eit „ „T.s i«™oX,fof"h« rtdH l u ,h° »f Lir oi i Wiss; work, of The asef0' Art. Critic of Inventions, &c. Journal of Oerman Literature. Journal of Mesmerism. Journal of French Literature. Bookseller's Circular. Journal of Italian Together with the usual Correspondence, Original Journal of Spanish aud Portugese Literature. Papers, Literary Intelligence, &c., &c. ° A stamped copy, as a specimen, sent to any person forwarding his address and three penny postage stamps. N.B, A stamped copy for his own usa supplied to any Bookseller or Circulating Lihrarv „♦ c ,„d p,p.r only, oa lr„.S,»is»iou of half } ™r., ,0b«,rip«»„ (4,. 4dJ i„ P n,P Orders, Advertisements, and Books, Music, and Works of Art f-r review, to be sent to the Office. CRITIC OFFICE, 29, ESSEX STREET, STRAND, AND OF ALL BOOKSELLERS. ilcticcs*. "Micat inter omnes HALFOIIDUM Sidus, inier i!Jnc, Luna Minores!—HOR. THE ROYAL DOMESTIC MEDICINES. -oCf The HOY At. F A M1L V (tperient) 1 F,[l'l'S of «l'c late Sir HENKY HALFOKD, Hart., M.l).,andfor 3O YEA" FHYSICIAN to the HOYAL FAMILY, were, during this |>eriod, i\ fuli}> te,ted b# him> "AS T,,E J S^PSST MlLDtST FAMILY ffl 7 "A MEDICINES," in all disorders of l'le S,0,nacl1t Li' er, and Bowels, whether arising from Biliousness, C>x Indijjestio", &c. and for remov- l (J ing Nervous and Sick Head-ache; or relieving habitual Constipation, by producing a beahhy and free action of the Liver. It is well known that Geo. IV. received th* greatest benefit from his PKliVUNI lVE GOUTalld ltHKUMATJC PILLS, in which diseases they mitigate the severest paroxysms, without producing ca"s< a or any prostrating effects. In Asthmas, Influenza, and Coughs of Long Standing, his CELEBIIATK.D COUGH PILLS" stand unrivalled,—pre. venting tickling in the throat, and fits of coughing, which so generally attend these complaints. His CARMINATIVE or SOOTHING SYRUP, being free from any preparation of opium, or other dangerous narco:irs, has obtained the approval of the most eminent members of the medical piofe»»ion,—facts which render it the safest and most valuable remedy in Acidity of the Stomach, Gripes, Hiccup, Restlessness, Teething, and the usual infantiie attacks. The public may rest assured that they are each faithfully prepared I ro." Sir Henry's original prescriptions, and com • pounded of those very expensive ingredients (fur which he was remailiable) hy an eminent Clietnistof30 years'practical experience in diapcnsing.-fact. of the greatest tnoment to the public at lave. To the Proprietor of the Royal Domestic Meelicines." 2. High-street, Swansea, June 24th, 1845. SIR,-l feel much pleasure in communicating to you, the gratify ing intelligence, that the ItoYAL DOMESTIC MHI>ICINES are highly valued here. About two weeks ago, an elderly gentleman, named Edwards, came to me for a box of Ualford's Celebrated Cough Pills; he was nearly suffocated with ;s Asduna, and had a distressing Cough. Yesterday lie called for two boxes more, saying, that previous to taking them he had not enjoyed one night's rest for months, and that his past pains and sufferings appear like a dream." This geutleman has beeu afflicted for many years, and is now recovered. The RtHAL FAMILY (Aperieui) Pdls are!. by nmny, to be the best they ever took for thti us affections, auk Head- ache, &c. Whilst I am wriung, a Cajnain Davis called for six boxes to take to sea for his own use, adding that ihi-y w«re, without exception, the bi-st Medicines he had ever takes." Yours, very respectfully, (Signed) S. RICHARDS. Extract of a Letter, dated 26th May, 1845, from Mr. Warhurst, Chemist, Fleet-street, Bury, ancashire. I consider the Royal Family Pills a very excellent medi- cine. they give general satisfaction here, and are in gr. at demand. I am nearly out of stock,—-tiieri fore send m", as before, ten dozens, and a case of the GOllt and Kheumatic Pills. Amongst tbe numerous parties who have spoken of the benefits leceived by the use of the Haltoro Medicines I will allud<- to a cry respectable lady here, who, having re- ceived a perfect cure of a constant sick head-ache, loss of appetite, and a rising of tiie stomach (as -he desvrit,^ it) almost to suffocation/ called on Tuesday tor another box desired me lo express and report to *ou her best thanks,say- ing, she should be most happy iu being referred to. through me, should any respectable person des-re it.' I shall, there- fore. avail myself of so respectable a testimony, and (Link you would do well to advertise the same." Extract of a Letter, dated 27th March, 1845, fronc itjr. R. Brook, 25 {t 26, Buxton-road, Huddersjield. "Mr. W» ■ • ■ of this to"n, says, he lias tried a great many Medicinse for pains in the head, but has not received benefit from any, before taking HAIPORD'S ROYAl. FAMILY Aperteot) PILLS.' I could naiur several otiters-but this le a highly repectable man, well known; objecting, however, to his name beiug published." It is especially worthy of remark, that the doaesof these Piils in no instance exceed Two,—indeed, one generally is sufficient this proves their intrinsic superioiity over the monstrously absurd doses of •* vegetable coinpounds," and other inert irash, which are daily paraded before the Public CAUTXON.—OBSERVE. The TITLES AUK EN. GKAVtiD,) by order of her Majesty's Honorable Commis- ai nert of Stamps), UPON THE GOVBKNMEN1 STAMP of these ROYAL DOMESTIC MEDICINES: and on each Box and Bottle the l'ORTli A IT OF SIR BENKY, with a fac-simile of the signature of C. B. HAWKINS. ALL OTHERS An SPURIOUS Sold Wholesale by the Proprietor, C. B. HAWKINS, 33, Hastings-street, Burton Crescent, London and by Messrs, Sutton and Co., How Church-yard; Edwards, St. I'auI s Cnurch-yard; Singer, Oxford-street; by P. Harris, Bull Ring, Birmingham Mander. Weaver, &c., Wolverhampton and retail, by the Agents specially appointed, in every Town in the kingdom. Price h. lid. and 2s. 9d.—Stamped. AGENTS. Cardiff-Mr. C. M'Cartliy, Chemist, &c., High-street; Merthyr 'Vydvil—Mr. J. Davies, Druggist; Aberyovenny —Mr. T. W. Davies, Stamp-office; Carmarthen Mr. Mortimer, Chemist, The Cross Swansea—Mr. S. Richards, 2, High-street; Mr. Williams, Cambrian- office; BreMn-Mr. P. Bright, High-street; Mr. 'Wil- liams, Silurian-office; Hay-Mr. J. Maddy, Druggist; Pontypoot and Abersychan-Messrs. Wood, Druggists, Newport—Mr. Jenkins, Chemist, Commercial-8tr4?et; Ross—Messrs. Farror and Dobles, Bookseileis; Here- ford—Mr. Hook, Broad-street; Cloticester-Mr- Low. Southgate-street; Bath-Messrs. Mayler & Son, Herald- office; Mr. King, Market-place; Mr. Baker, Mijsom- street; Mr. Webb, Cbeap-sireet; Bristol and Clifton—' Messrs. Ferris and Score, Chemists to the Queen, Union* street, &c., &c. Z===m flOttCCga CARDIFF P ANTECHNICON. B. KEARNEY, IN returning thanks to his numerous Friends and the .L Public generally, for the very liberal patronage he has 'ap received since his commencing Business in CARDIFF begs to observe that he adopts the familiar adage— "Honesty is the best policy," as his Motto in p a MTT.V.U v°rb^^S' that.tlle Goods purchased at the ■^ICON cannot be surpassed for style, quality, hy an)' Establishment in the Kingdom. His MILPUFF BEDS, in great variety, cannot be equalled m quality or price; and his Goods generally, such as CHAIRS, TABLES, DRAWERS, BEIjI SIEADS, IRONMONGERY, &c., will be found well worthy attention. WHEN GOODS OF OTHER DAYS ARE FADED. When goods of other days are faded And all their brightness fled. When feather-beds must be provided By those who wish to wed: Then come, and hasten to B. Kearney, There's danger in delays. And there you'll save one-half the mouey- His shop is in the Hayes. His feather-beds, sheets, quilts, and blankets, With goods upon the shelves, His four-post, tent, and other bedsteads, Will recommend themselves: Chairs, tables, drawers, and other goods Too high we cannot praise- Then come, and hasten to B. Kearney, His shop is in the Hayes. IMPORTANT CHEMICAL DISCOVERY for Cleaning Gold and Silver Plate, JeweUery, Silver Plated Goods, Ac. WITHOUT WEARING OR INJURING THE PKrriOfJS METAL IN THE SLIGHTEST UJiGftEB. The following Letter from Dr. URR, the eminent Chemist, at oace establishes the value of this new discovery 1.—Gold or Silver Plate, however taruisbed js polished instantaneously, without tiouble. 2—The loss of the pure metals by friction is entirely avoided. 3.—Silver Plate, when cleaned, presents a p„rft wj,;le or virgin silvery appearance, of the greatest brilliancy and will r-main in this state for a much greater length of Jjme .u „ when cleaned with the ordinary Plate Powders. 4.— The mass of pure metal is not at all injured by (j, paration, as is the case with the quicksilver mixture, pT** may be cleaned daily with the SILVO-GALV ANIC CRK^ JF the end of twelve months will be found not to haVe* 1° t*' grainof its original weight! I have examined the preparation invented by Messrs. jrjv po for Cleaning Suver, called SILVO-GALVANIC CAEAM J find it to be sale, effectual, and iastantaneotu in itsope- BEING FOUNDED ON CHEMICAL PRINCIPLES, it nierej n' moves the tarnish on plate, and restores the white ^ire~ lustre without abrading or wearing the precious metal j! ?' SLIGHTEST degree. ANDREW U .E, M.D., F.R.S., &C.F Professor of Chemistry and Analytical Che, London, 13, Charlotte-street, Uedforu-square," "MM. 8th March, 1845. Certification of Messrs. RIPPON and BURTON". Gentiemei:,— We ha-e given your valuable discovery a trial, and have no hesitation in saying that it is the best COQ^I pound we have ever tricii for Clealliug tiolu and Silver WITH. OUT FRICTION UK WEAKINO AWAY THE METAL, and shall accept the agency for its sale with great pleasure. (Signed) ttli'i ON and BUit'I'ON, h urnishiug Ironmongers. Oxford-street, May 2'2d, Id45. This extraordinary discovery must, before many mont. have elapsed, be. otne of general use in the establishment of every nobleman and gentleman its the kingdom. It is, indeed, remarkable that gentlemen possessing large quantities of va- luable Plate should so long have allowed the use of such destructive compounds as the ordinary I late Powders for cleaning and polishing articles rendered invaluable as H ISTO- RICAL FAMILY KECORDS of some interesting or important event. If any person wo,Ild test for himself the truth of these remarks, he has only to observe the action of quicksilver when placed in contact with pure gold or silver, it combines with the pure metals, and ultima,ely renders them as brittle as pewter. This result will explain the numerous accidents aiisiug from the slightest blow of fall, when plates of silver chased and worked at immense expense, are broken into pieces like glass; the fragments beiug considerably less valuable than the unwrought metal, until by a difficult and tedious process the silver is repurified. But this is not the only evil arising from tli,- amalgamation of qu:cksilver with the pure metal. Persons ignoraut of the laws of chemistry have encouraged the use of corrosive Plate Powders, for giving a brilliant polish to silver whereas the silver is not at all polished, the surface being only covered with a coating of quicksilver, which, from its great affinilf for oxygen, will remain brilliant on ly for an hour; and, consequently, before the article po- lished can be again used, will require another rubbing or fifing away of this corroded surface, to be replaced by a fresh layer of quicksilver, until layer alter layer of the pure metal is taken away, gradually reducing it to a thin and paltry plate, filtilJgit only for the crucible of the silversmith. In large establishments, where plate in considerable quan- tity is cleaned, it is customary for persons to purchase the old rags, or wash-leather, which have been used for cleaning plate, iu order to sell them to silver or gold refiners, who de- rive no inconsiderable profit from the pure metal contained in these ditty leathers or rags. Plate may be Cleaned daily with this Compound, and at the expiration of twelve months will be found not to have lost a grain of its original weight.' It is of little consequence whether the article to be cleaned has been laid by for UAys or years, whether it be only dis- coloured, or tarnished as black as a hat, immediately on the applicaliull of the SILVtj-t; A LV-ANI J CltKlM, the disco louration is removed, and then, with a soft and clean wash- leather, a most brilliant and virgin-white polish may be produced. In chased silver the deepest nook and corner where dirt and corrosion are so difficult to remove, become phkte b l'ie Ievel surface, by simply using a soft The manner of using it is so simple that a child may, in a few seconds, produce a polish, which, in the ordinary way, houis n°l fcivew by *n plate cleaner iu as many 9 Sold m Half-Pint, Pint, and Quart Bottles, at Is. 6d., JONES and Co., LIGHT,HOUSE, 201, STRAND, LONDON. flottceg. irnriUun. THE experience of past years having proved the ad- JL vantage, at this season, of acting upon the advice of the Faculty, in the substitution of Weak Brandy and Water, as an ordinary beverage, for Beer or other fer- mentable liquors, and at no greater cost, J. T. BETTS. JuN. & Co. trust that they ueed oniy to caution the public against. any of the spurious articles offered for sale, being foisted upon consumers in lieu of their Patent Brandy; and at the same time, to refer to its superiority and economy for preserving fruit. 0BETT*'S PATBST BRANDY is protected against fraudulent sub- stitution, when sold in bottles, by being secured with the Patent Metallic Capsules, embossed with the words "BETTS'S PATBNT BHANDY, 7, SMITHFIELD BARS." Purchasers of single bottles, at 7 e Purchasers of single bottles, at NTO 3s. 6d. each, cannot be too particu- lar in observing that the Capsules are so embossed. This pure and healthful spirit is preferred by the highest Medical Authorities to any other; and is used, to the exclusion of Foreign Brandy, at St. Thomas's, Guy's, St. George's, the Westminster and other Hospitals; at the Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, and other Infirmaries; and, indeed, at the principal senative umtitotions through- out the country. BBTTS'S PATENT BRANDY may be obtained, in the Capsuled Bottles, by way of sample, and at 18s. per Gal- Ion in bulk, of the most respectable Wine and Spirit Merchants, in every locality. The DISTILLERY,7, SMITH- FIELD BARS, LONDON, is the only establishment of J. T. BUTTS, JUN. & Co. GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY ROADS BIOARD. Itottce id btrebJ gtbett, 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 SBFTBMBGK, 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. 1. Cross Buchan Gate 2. Cardiff East Gate 3. Cardiff West Gate 4. Cardiff North Gute 5. Cowbridge East Gate 6. Cowbridge South Gate 7. Cowbridge West 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. Abetkenfig Gate 11. Brincethin Gate 12. Coychurch Gate, to be removed to between Coy- church and Pencoed 13. Red Hill Gate t4. Taibach, to be removed near Margam 15. Aberavon West Gate, to be removed to the top of the hill West of the Town 10. 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 20. Cefn Rhigos Gate, to be removed to Hirwain Common 21. Nantygwennith Gate 22. Penydarran Gate, to be removed to Cowmon beyond the boundary of Merthyr, on Abergavenny Road 23. Plymouth Gate 24. Black Brook 25. Gwern y Gwern Gate and Bar 26. Nantgarw 27. P wily pant, near Caerphilly 28. Bed was Bridge Gate 29. Newbridge Gate, near Railroad Station 30. Llautrissent North Gate « 31. Llantmsent South Gate 32. Pontclown Chain, on the Road between Cowbridge and Llautrissent 33. Radyr Gate 34. Landaff Gate 35. Cefn Glas 36. Lower Village Gate, Aberdare 37. Upper ditto 38. A Gate to be erected near the Village of Bonvilatone 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 beat Bidder I11U8t. at the same time, pay one month in advance (if required) of the Reut at which such Tolls or any part theteof may be Let, and 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 Monthly, or in auch other proportions and instalments as may be directed. THOMAS DALTON, Clerk to the Board. Cardiff, August 5th, 1845. (B.) BARRACK CilVTfifiSri. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, London, 28th July, 1845. 0 NOTICE IS DBamBY OlViiN, 35. fF*IIAT the Canteens in the under-mentioned Barracks J_ are to be let from the 1st of October next to the 30th of September, 1848. No person will be accepted for more than one Canteen, nor any person who is not of unexceptionable character, or who will 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 F 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 joiu 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. pealed Proposals will be received at this Office on o r before Thursday, the 4th of September next, after which day no Tender will be noticed. ¡ ENGLAND. Berwick rPortman-Street £ recon z, Regent's Park "f'ghton § St. George's, Trafal ) "lt"mingham gar-Square °urOley Wellington, Saint { ^"terbury James's park ) ~^atham Maidstone Carlisle Manchester ^'is'churoh Newcastle Chichester Norwich Coventry NorthamptOI1 Croydon Pendennij Devonp0rt Portsmouth Dorcheater, with Ba- Plymouth *ery Parkhurat, I yy Dowlais Sunderland Dover Stockport Exeter Tipner Gosport Trowbridge Hull Tynemouth Hampton Court Winchester Houuslow Weedon Ipswich Windsor Leeds Woolwich Walmer York SCOTLAND. Aberdeen Greenlaw Dundee Hamilton Edinburgh Leith Fort Fort George, Nvith Piershill Bakery Perth Glasgow Paisley ISLANDS. Gueintey t Jersey By ordtr of the Board of Ordnance, B, BYHAM, Secretary. flotitt.. PARR S LIFE PILLS. The extraordinary SUCCOM of this medicine is the wonder of 11 has been tried by hundreds of thousands as an tK« *D^ "'a instance done good, it has never in 'gntest degree impaired the most delicata constitution, Ten. of tholllaDda have testified that perseverance in the use of PARR'S LIFE PILLS will completely cute any disease, and are living witnesses of the benefit received from this in- valuable medicine.—Testimonials are received daily, and it wouiu be impossible in a newspaper, to publish one-half ce!v. » following are selected as pcoplr well known m t leir respective neighbourhoods, and whose testimony is unquestionable. Further Sheets of Testimonials and the Agants Im<>* °f °'d P*rr" may be ,">d' Sr<tt'*> ot •<> Testimonials in favour of Parr's Life Pilh. The following important testimony LO the efficacy of PARR'J LIFE PlLLs has just been recrived by the Proprietors. To Messrs. T. UOBEKTS & Co., London. „ v AlIalone, December 7, 18.a, i.J v "ill please to send me 6 doz. more PARR'S Lire PI U.s, I am jmt out. They are taking well, and, I can assure YOII, they are doing an iuimensitv of good every on" who has tried them in affections of the Liver and Stomach derive a great deal of benefit. Yours, Str., WILLIAM GILCHRIST, —— Apothecary and Surgeon. Communicated by Mr F. C. L 4D8URY, Dispensing Chemist, Wednesbury, Staffordshire. c Hill Top, Sep. 4. Vl- ?* cnn8 public would be benefitted by the p!A "binary produced by taking ARK s LIFE I ILLS, I beg most respectfully to forward yon ne particulars of my ca«e, so that the proprietors rnay be made aware of it. I was first allacked in ltt37, with a Ner- vous AfMtion and Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, which caused, at times, very great constipation of the bowels, and excruci- atiug 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, ld43, when accidentally hearing of PARK S LIFE 1 ILLs, I was induced to try '.hem, and with very great success so much so that it has all left me, and I am able to follow my employment as I used to d.. prior to my attack, & beg further to state that I feel atronger than ever I did in my life before, and my looks bespeak it. I always keep a box of the pills by me, and 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. T „CURB 0F CONSUMPTIVE ASTHMA. I, ALEXANDER DOUGLAS, do hereby declare the good I have received from taking PARR'S LIFE PILLs, In thé year 1610 I was afflicted with a mo-t distressing Asthma, Cough, and shortuess of Breath, which reduced me to death's door; notwithstanding my spending near £200 in consulting •.he most eminent medical men in London aud Edinburgh, my disease cootiuued, 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 LIFE PILLS. I commenced with them in the spring of 1843 experiencing relief, I persevered, and am now in ray 63rd year. perfectly cured, and in better health than I have been for many years. (laving jusl arrived in London, I hasten to make my wonderful cure known to the Proprietors, and to recom- mend something to the afflicted wor-hy of a fair trial and no favour. I have recommended them to many of my friends, and they have all foand relief. July 16, lttti. ALEXANDER DOUGLAS. Farmer. Witness to the above, ALEXANDER CUTHBERT, Stolswell-road, Dundee. To Mr. J. ROBISSON, Patrington, Agent for PARR'S LIFE PILLS. Slit.-I feel it a duty I owe to you tf) express my gratitude for the great benefit 1 have derived by taking PARk" LIFE PILLS, having suffered many years from an Asthmatic Com- plaint, Shortness of Breath, &c., and having tried various medicines for the complaint, but all to no purpose, I was per- suaded to try PARR'S LIrE PILLS; the first box I took I found great benefit, and by persevering they have perfectly cured me; I only took three I s. lid. Boxes. I remain your obedient servant, WILLIAM PBARSON. N.B. Any one doubting the accuracy of the above atate. ment, may through the agent, Mr. Robinson, be directed tome who wili authenticate its truth. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. 0.0 Beware of spurious imitations of the above Medicine, none are genuine uulcss the words, PARR'S LIFE PILLS" are in WHITE LETTERS on a RED GROUND, engraved 18 the Government Stamp, pasted round each box also the facsimile, of the signature of tbe Proprietors, T. ROBERTS & Co., Crane Court, Fleet Street, London," 00 the directions. Sold in Boxes at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and family packets lis. each, by all respectable Medicine Venders.









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