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1 t' Steam iiafetgattoit* THE A R D IFF ANl) BRISTOL jStra, tL'aclttUI h I X 0 K OF WALES J MATTHEW JONES, Commander; M D y CHARLOTTE, HENRY JEFFERY, Commander; H '"tended to SAIL during the month of SEP., C aa follows ffrom the BUTE SHIP DOCK) JAVejn°^, ^rules—Mondays, > Lady Charlotte Monday* .rfj-C'A -vs' Wednesdays, and Fridays' l'hnts?r'°"e Tuesdays, I Prince of Wales—Tuesdays j s #ys, ancj Saturdays, i Thursdays, and Saturdays' bep CARDIFF. From BRISTOL. K ii'OBl,45- Sep., 1845. EK X»p y • ■ • • 3| after ( 15, Monday 4§ after \y ?'t uy. 4 after > 16, Tuesday 6 morn T|lu ^day 4§ after } 17, Wednesday 6 morn FriJ y • • morn s 18, Thursday 7 mom j}., 6 morn) 19, Friday, 7 morn rt% 63 morn j 20, Saturday 8 morn k anj horses to be alongside One hour previous I to Time of Sailing. l-I FARES :—After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s f ll(hen I 4 p^^er Twelve years of age. Half-price; Dogs,ls.each ^«fresi,ei,la'e Steward attends on Board both Packets. I P0Ur.ents may be had on board 011 moderate terms. 1 Carriage 2ls.; ditto Phaeton or Gig, 10s. 6d.; ■"d Hid?' drawn by one horse and driver, 15s.; Horse [••6d.. V, ^f'er Cabin, 9s; Horse and Rider, Fore Cabin, 'ves' 1 and Horses, 6s. each: Sheep, Pigs, and | C*rf;aiS- eac»>- 0 8> Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will be subject to ',t ""i Wharfage* at the •' Bate Docks I Accountable for any Goods with«ut Shipping Notes. fHe peters are requested to order all Goods intended for rr to |{ OF WALKS, to be sent to No. 12, Quay-street, faUifc" Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for Bnii u CHARLOTTH, to Clare-street Hall, Marsh-street, | '^odg ;^arf, Redcliff-street, Bristol. I^heg be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets Mert^ ^"se of the Conip anies. Newbridge, A her dare, Cowbridge, Bridgend, ]'aces ■.ent' and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats itn- '"Vey»n arrival, unless ordered by any particular 'e4m p 'n which case they will be deposited in the II 1 Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid G°°<ls r £ l<! °'ta5es' Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts of without delay, when sent to either of their Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. C7 ?PiiL: '^formation as to Freight, will be readily obtained to the Agents — Mr. Wqpdman, Agent at the jpUs^'Ace, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. G. C. P ^Sent, '2, Quay-nroet, Bristol, for the }QA<:KET 0fi?P WALES Packet; and of Mr. T. JOHN, at the 2t» e» on 'he Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. \V. 11. 'S'^Rln'. ^von Crescent, Hotwells, Bristol, for the Lt\DY Wo^fE Pack. V•—The Proprietors of above the Steam Packets give jj'ljfcge It1 they w'" 1101 he accountable for any Passenger's tel'j r-r w •hey be answerable for any Goods, Packages, ijj 'e*s g \'f 'ost or damaged by Fire, Leakage, or otherwise) be JL61' at ei'her of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, K*rr'*ge e value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and t>roPort'ou f°r lhe same, at the time .afL IL ,e Sj* 0ods consigned to order, or not taken a«rM| 0 clock in the evening of the day of landing, win J|i at the risk and expense of the consignees. i)4r8«i(j to be considered as liens, not only for freight and m^ghl 'hereon, but also for all previously unsatisfied C Hid p Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of Or,loa, Or IIckets. Disputed weights or measurement, claims of llldatnage, &c., cannot be allowed, unless a written I' Scuoe he sent to the Office 0:1 the day of delivery. jp^am^ie^enl^o^ie^iffc«M>!iJ^h^l^^>fjleliver^ by giucttoit, SOlJJH WALES—COUNTY OF BRECON. J TO CAPITALISTS. -p.. MOST VALUABLE "BEHOLD ESTATES. it the To be Sold by Auction, HOTEL, Crickhowell, in the County of t 0'CW^' -°n Wednesday, OCTOBER 1, 1845, at 11 the forenoon of the same day, subject to r'°l8ly ?.8 to then and there produced, unless pre- Notice Posed of by private contract, of which due fTYfijg &iven> in 38 Lots. ani' Inheritance of the UPPER ?fCPickh SE FARM, and other Estates, in the Parishes ^tely j)p.VVell, Llangenny, and Llangattock, Breconshire, recease,j longing to Henry Rumsey Williams, Esq., I • '^e r'tuate,j e*ter part of this most desirable Property is ari(i ng111^81 scenery that is equally elegant and noble, ailks 0j,!lr the flourishing town of Crickhowell, on the S>Orti0tla the much admired River Usk. In those on tbf the Estates which are contiguous to the town, to j^*reat South Wales road, leading from Mon- 1 ,?cted Vj|.recon> are beautiful spots, on which may be J' *ie\y s' t'lat command magnificent and diver- 11Ce °r d 8> which will be sold to suit the conveni- The 1 cllasers. '^r:)ble| containing about 400 acres of rich Meadow, he g. Pasture, is remarkable for its fertility, and ( The "J improved. iiford exco?|C'S' which are in a very thriving condition, randenr 0f Covers for Game, and add much to the On the;p the surrounding scenery. iineij as roperty is a Quarry, in which may be ob- C°al a good Stone for Building purposes, t a che^jj I'Vme may be procured in the neighbourhood The p f"'e» the roads being good. ^race ther^erty adjoins the extensive Estates of his £ 8{1m and of Beaufort, those of Joseph Bailey, rhe »«°kk j; owne(j p^a^hourhood of Crickhowell has long been re- ^ngl^r 'ts salubrity; it furnishes the Sportsman and Ice 8 Can a,3uac'ant means of gratifying his taste, lerj^ surpass the magnificence and beauty of its There a. altd n Fox Hounds and Harriers in the neighbour- „■ le hunt there is of the first description. 'ke\vis '»ares 'n the Abergavenny and Brecon Canal Th<? be disposed of. the „ D t,rj ^tern ^°r)erty will be Sold ^in convenient Lots partnd description of which are detailed in e hacj lcu'ars» and maps thereto annexed, which Vf' a*»d "l-t t,1e Principa' Inns North and South v l'rP<)o( at ,Ul the Public Rooms in London, Bristol, •lt. by .ubliu; and any further particulars may (jo Application to Mr. THOMAS DAVIES, Llan- p.,Lls> near Crickhowell; Mr. ROBERT LLOYD (jo Application to Mr. THOMAS DAVIES, Llan- p.,Lls> near CtiekhoweH; Mr. ROBERT LLOYD *°MsEy ^vVeyor, Carnarvon; and to Mr. EDWAUD Solicitor, Carnarvon. m GLAMORGANSHIRE. To Qn Wetnen, Farmers, Bj,takers, and others. ilVn IMPORTANT SALE OF *\1> DEAD FARMING STOCK, Implements, due. rO B¥ AUCflOI, ■)h BY MR. E. LEYSHON, °f ^p-Pri1f,I)AY atK' THURSDAY, the 17th and 18th days 1845, on the Premises, attheGREAYE Parish ofWenvoe, "i °f the valuable FARMING STOCK and ^,lie NEIG| «cts, belonging to Mr. BABB, who is leaving two.y Qurh°od consisting of 50 Yearling Ewes, 'i 1 Xeri' 7 t\. ^Itto, 80 Lambs, 16 Fat Sheep, 3 Rams, ol'i Heifer jll^year old Steers, 4 Yearlings, 1 three-year Milch ¿n a"» 2 two-year old do., 2 Yearling Heifers, '< Sl1peri%ws, 2 Fat Cows, 3 excellent Draft Horses, jip'fi 2o w"-year old Draft Filly, 1 Yearling Draft One laj. 6 Ss» 1 Sow. '.ton Plou^fi ^aos°n, 2 small ditto, 4 Carts, 3 Rollers, 4 Rowing Drags, Harrows, Scufflers, Grass Seed (nearly ne^y\ '"16' Turnip Drill, Winnowing Machine (-•utter, Qa '• *• Chaff-Cutters. Gardener's Patent Turnip Harness, Quarry Tools, Hurdles, &c. &c. «, GIG AND HARNESS. AIsol Siy -MAN(jgr ^c' es of SWEDES, and one Acre and a half Adepo,it ZEL* Sale, ;iu r?n per Cent, will be required at the time 1 emaia(ter I hree Months' Credit will be given for the un(|s 0,1 approved security, to purchasers of Twenty ■fi,n Upwards. \hol jrcsiit.of ^!e °f the Crops, which will be sold on the 18th, Oats, Acr«s of Wheat, 21 Acres of Barley, 4 Acres lorn in V Ricks of well-made Hay. Each Field of (-urc.iiasej.s e ricked separately, for the convenience of A 'ailc* the whole may be carried oft'the Premises. of Salt, I en per Cent, will be required at the time on "ill. i"u-d °Ur Months' Credit given for the remainder, for Lual. l. Security. Three per cent. will be allowed The^{,, of 1 ar«nt.p5l,°neer begs respectfully to call the attention the welL^naild others to the above Sale, as he can, from tor, as an .ri judgment and experience of the Proprie- 1)£ the Stoci.,friCultuiist, confidently recommend the whole ■re pferfe^tU, Wel1 worthy their attention. The Sheep The SaU SOtlIul> and will be put up in suitable Lots, a A to each Day, COmtnence at 11 for 12 in the Forenoon of Tf.P Avh tfe sol<1 ab0o,n0!,the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE will Jue NotiCe ,c Matter end of the said Month, of which Will be given. TO JUDGES OF FINE TEAS. KSlfST WSBBSR, CARDIFF St HIIKTHI R OUAKDIAM OFFICE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE ASlll TEA COMPANY 8 RARE AND PECULIARLY FINE TEAS, REQUESTS the favour of an Order from Connoisseurs, and those desirous of obtaining a really exquisitely flavoured Tea. After once partaking of the highly exhilarating and aromatic Asam Tea, but few can persuade themselves to use any ther, especially as it is found not to be injuriousr to the nerves; and as the Asam Tea has been proved to produce at east six, and in most cases eight good cups of lea, where the same quantity of Chinese would produce only four ups of inferior jiavoui—both luxury and economy combine to recommend the Asam Teas. NAHOOLEAH PEKOE 5 0 1MAZENGA GREEN TEA 6 0 CHERlDOll SOUCHONG G 0 | THOURA GREEN TEA 7 0 These Teas can only be obtained in one pound, half-pound, and quarter-pound sealed packets, with the Company's AddreEs and Arms on the Envelope. Many are selling spurious imitations of the Company's Teas, but none are genuine unless having their Seal and Address, No. 11, CROOKED LANE, KING WILLIAM STREET, on them. SOLE AUTHORISED AGENTS. For SWANSEA Miss Arnold, Confectioner, Cross-Street. For MERTHYR Mrs. Ann Williams, Confectioner, High-Street. For NEWPORT Mr. M. Evans, Bookseller, 35, High-Street. ^g- AGENTS WANTED FOR SOME OF THE LARGE TOWNS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. ;Hoticeø. GUANO (Genuine PERUVIAN and BOLIVIAN), CONSTANTLY ON SALE. A Cargo, of Prime Quality, just landed. Apply to the Importers, GIBBS, BRIGHT, and Co., 28, Orchard-street; or at GEORGE and JAM ES BUSH'S Warehouse, Baldwin-street, Bristol, where it may be seen. PROMOTER LIFE ASSURANCE & ANNUITY COMPANY, 9, CHATHAM PLACE, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON, Established in 1826. DIRECTORS: Wm. Gnodenough Hayter, Esq. Robert Palk, Esq. M. P. John Louis Prevost, Esq. Charles Johnson. Esq. Samuel Smithy bsq. John Towgooit Kemble, Esq. Le Marchaut ihonias, Esq. John G. Shaw Let'evre, F.R.S. 'lÍ'lutees-John Deacon, Esq.; John G. Shaw Lefevre, Esq., F.II.S. Charles Johnson, Esq. Secretary-NI. Saward, Esq. This Society is supported by an ample subscribed Capital, and by a considerable accumulated premium fund. Assurances are effected at a low rate of premium, without profits, or at an increased premium, with parti- cipatiou in the profits of the Office. The following are the annual Premiums required for the assurance of £ 100 on a healthy life in either case :— WITHOUT PROFITS. Age. £ t. d. Aqe.\ £ d. Age. £ d. Age £ s d. 20 1 11 8 30 1 2 2 2 40 2 17 0 50 4 0 8 WITH PROFITS. Aqe. £ d. Age. £ «• d. Age. £ s. d. Age. £ s.d. 20 116 11 30 292 40 3 6 6 50 4 14 2 A Bonus in ready money, at the rate of 15 per cent. on the premiums received (equivalent to a reversionary bonus of about 30 per cent.) was declared in May, 1842, on all beneficial policies on which three annual premiums had been paid in the December previous. A division of the profits takes place every five years, and the holders of beneficial policies can receive their bonuses in ready money, or have them applied in aug- mentation of their t policies, or in reduction of their future premiums. Assurers may contract to pay their Premiums either in one sum, in a given number of payments, in annual, half-yearly, or quarterly payments, or on the ascending or descending scale. Officers in the Army and Navy on active service, Persons afflicted with chronic and other disease?, and such as are going beyond the limits of Europe, are also Assured at moderate rates. Prospectuses and all necessary information may be obtained at the office, or of the Agents:- Cardiff, Mr. John Lloyd, Mr. Richards's Office. Chepstow, Mr. Joseph Davies. Hereford, Mr. Henry Lawrence, Elizabeth Place. Bristol, Messrs. Jordan and Bragge, Albion Chambers. IMPORTANT CHEMICAL DISCOVERY For Cleaning Gold and Silver Plate, Jewellery, Silver Plated Goods, &e. WITHOUT WEARING OR INJURING THE PRECIOUS MgTAL IN THE SLIGHTEST DEGltEB. The following Letter from Dr. UltE, the eminent Chemist, at once establishes the value of this new discovery :— I.-Gold or Silver Plate, however tarnished, is polished nstantaneously, without tiouble. 2 —The loss of the pure metals by friction is entirely avoided. 3.T-Silver Plate, when cleaned, presents a pure white or virgin silvery appearance, of the greatest brilliancy, and will remain in this stale for a much greater length of time than when cleaned with the ordinary Plate Powders. 4.—The mass of pure metal is not at all injured by this pre- paration. as is the case with the quicksilver mixtures Plate may be cleaned daily with the SILV0-GAI.V A NIC CUE AM,and at the end of twelve months will be found not to have lost a grainof its original weight! I have examined the preparation invented by Messrs. JON gS ffr Cleaning Silver, called SILVO-GALVASIC CREAM, and' find it to be safe, effectual, and instantaneous in its operation. BEING FOUNDED ON CHEMICAL PRINCIPLES, it merely tP- moves the tarnish on plate, and restores the white silver lustre without abrading or wearing the precious metal in the SLIGHTEST degree. ANDREW UltE. M.D., F.R.S., &c., Professor of Chemistry and Analytical Chemist. London, 13, Charlotte-streer, Bedford-square, 8th March, 1845. Certification of Messrs. RIPPON and BURTON. Gentlemen,—We have given your valuable discovery a fair trial, and have no hesitation in saying that it is :he best com- pound we have ever tried for Cleaning Gold and Silver WITH- OUT FRICTION OR WEARING AWAY THE METAL, and shall accept the agency for its sale with great pleasure. (Signed) HHTON and BUTTON, Furnishing Ironmongers. Oxford-street, May 226, 1U45. This extraordinary discovery must, before many months have elapsed, become of general use in the establishment of every nobleman and gentleman in 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 Plate Powders for cleaning nnd polishing articles rendored invaluable as H lSTo- RICAL FAMILY KECORDS of some interesting or important event. If any person would test for' 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 ultimaiely renders them as brittle as pewter. This result will explain the numerous accidents arising from the slightest blow or fall, when plates of silver, chased and worked at immense expense, are broken into pieces like glass; the fragments being considerably less valuable than the unwronght mcul, until by a. difficult and tedious process the silver is repurified. But this is not the only evil arising from the amalgamation of qu:cksilver with the pure metal. Persons ignorant 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 affinity for oxygen, will remain brilliant only for an hour; and, consequently, before the article po- lished can be again used, will require another rubbing or filing awny of this corroded surface, to be replaced by afresh layer of quicksilver, until layer alter layer of the pure metal is taken away, gradually reducing it to a thin and paltry plate, tilting it only for the crucible of the silversmith. In large establishments, where plate in considerable qttan- tity is cleaned, it is customary for persons to purchase the old rags, or wash-leather, which have been used for cleaning plate, in order to sell them to silver or noW refiners, who de- rive no inconsiderable profit from the pure metal contained in these dirty leathers or rags. "PUie 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 nay* or years, whether it be only dis- oloured, or tarnished as black as hat, immediately on the application of the SILVO-G A I.VANI'3 CltKAM, the disco louration is removed, and then, with iiisoft and clean wash- leaiher. 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 equally polished with the level surface, by simply using a soft plate-brush. The maipier of using it is so simple that a child may, in a few seconds, produce a polish, which,In the ordinary way, could not be given by an experienced plate cleaner in as many hours. OU- Sold in Half-Pint. Pint, and Quatt Bottles, at Is. 6.1., 2s. 6d.. and 4i., and Sample Bottles at 9d. each, by all respect- able Chemists, Silversmiths, and Ironmongers. I CAUTION.—Every genuine Uottle. of this Compound is protected by the Stamp and Address of the only Inventors anU Make;s. JON ES and Co., LIGHT-HOUSE,201. STRAND, LONDON. Hotter ARTISTICAL PAPER-HANGINGS. WAREROOMS, 46, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL, (OPPOSITE THE ARCADE). PARLOUR, Bed-room, Hall, and other Papers, at 6d., 8d., 10d., and Is. per Piece of 12 yards; combining effective patterns with permanent colouring. Paper Hangings at 10d., to Is. 6d. per Piece, equal in general effect to many that are sold at 2s. 6d. to 5s. per Piece, and as durable. Drawing-room, Parlour, and Dining-room patterns, at 2s. 6d. to 5s. per Piece, little less effective than those commonly sold at 12s. to 18s. per Piece, and of equal quality. Gold Flock, and other best Paper Hangings, of rich and novel designs. Also, just re- ceived, direct from France, some ingenious and exact finish damaSk*' chintzes> lace> &c., of exquisite ARTISTICAL PAPER HANGINGS. J. F. COTTERELL feels much pleasure in stating that in no instance where his Artistical Paper Hangings have been introduced have they failed to give complete satisfaction-and he has just fitted up a large Wareroom for the purpose of exhibiting the specimens, so arranged, that the precise effect of a Room, in any style, when completed, may be at once obtained. J. F. Cotterell's mode of Artistical Paper Hanging is one of his own invention. He supplies designs appro- priate to buildings of whatever age or character, and which will render old or unshapely walls and ceilings pleasing and attractive, without other alterations. The Hanging of Common Papers reduced to Eight- pence per Piece. Hangings in silk and damask and other superior finish for interiors. J. F. COTTERELL, 46, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL. CHEAP AND DURABLE ROOFING. BY ROYAL HER LETTERS MAJESTY'S PATENT. MAJESTY'S PATENT. F. M'NEILL AND CO., (OF LAMB'S BUILDINGS, BUNHILL ROW, LONDON,) MANUFACTURERS AND ONLYPA TENTEES OF Improved Patent Asphlated Felt. THIS FELT has been exhibited at the Great National Agricultural Shows of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and obtained a PRIZE for being the best and cheapest article FOR ROOFING HOUSES, COT- TAGES, VERANDAHS, OUT-BUILDINGS, SHEDS, AND EVERY OTHER DESCRIPTION OF BUILD- INGS, in lieu of SLATES, TILES, THATCH, ZINC, &c., and for lining Granaries and Storehouses, for covering Garden Sheds and Frames, and Corn and Hay Ricks. It is also a protection to Ceilings under flooring from wet and damp, at the same time deadening sound; and is particularly adapted for Exportation to the Colonies, where it is now extensively used; and when used under oAhe IJuild a^3 to warmth and durability The Felt is perfectly impervious to Rain, Frost, and Snow, and resists the heat of the Sun, and its great supe- riority over every other description of Roofing consists in its CHEAPNESS, LIGHTNESS, ELASTICITY, WARMTH, and DURABILITY; advantages which no other description of Roofing combines. Samples, with full directions as to its uses, and the manner of applying it, with Testimonials from Noble- men and Gentlemen, Members of the Royal Agricultural Society, who have extensively used it, some for seven years and upwards, sent free to any part of the town or Country, and orders by post immediately executed. The Price of the Roofing Felt is only ONE PENNY PER SQUARE FOOT, which is considerably less than half the expense of Tiles and Slates; besides which, there is an immense saving in the Timber necessary to support the Roof, as the weight of the Felt is only about 25 Ibs. to the 100 square feet. Patent Felt Manufactory, Lamb's Buildings, Bunhill Row, London, March, 1844. F. M'Neill and Co. also manufacture a Dry Hair Felt, for covering Steam Pipes, Boilers, &c., by which a saving of at least 25 per cent. is effected in Fuel. THE GREAT GERMJT ROMANCE! Just published, price Is. 6d., Part 78 of "TheNevol Newspaper," containing a translation (from the ori- ginal German) of THE JEW. A Romance of the Fifteenth Century. JL By C. SPINDLER, author of The Invalide," &c. —" The peculiar situation of the Jews at this period, is clearly pourtrayeo in this interesting work, which abounds with incidents and characters amply sufficient to set up five common novelists in their trade." Lately published, in the Novel Newspaper, uniform with the above, THE INVALIDE or, Pictures of the French Revo- I Author of The Jew." Complete, price THE ROSE OF THISTLE ISLE. By Mrs. CARLEN. Complete, Is. 4d. THE SALAMANDER, a Naval Romance. By EUGENE SUE. Completei 9d. The Novel Newspaper Series Is published in Parts, 8vo., each containing one or more forms6 6 W0r^8' without the slightest abridgment, and A STANDARD LIBRARY EDITION OF THE MOST IOPULAR NOVELS, ROMANCES, AND TALES, Snrlh,en^0?t f,8teemed authors, giving for One Shillig works originally published at a GUINEA & A HALF! Vi»ot-nrr>Hrlef-n°VV exten(^s to 78 pajts, and includes the ■ A jUn ? the most distinguished British, Arae- f nrl ontlnental writers Amongst the former will ]je chefc-d'euvres of Scott, Goldsmith, Defoe, Smollett, Godwin, Mackenzie, Miss Porter, Mrs. Brun- ton, Mibs Lee, Mrs. Radcliffe, Mrs. Helme, Mrs. Charlotte n i„„ r anJ amongst the latter, those of Cooper, „a' < IVOana, Brockden Brown, Clavers, Fay, S le P» u Kennedy, Longfellow, Marmontel, J 'JU lnf. Sedgwick, Sitnms, Spindler, Sue, Thompson, Tuckertnan, Willis.&c. Each work is complete in a neat wrapper, at prices T* hfhT 6tt0 ls• each- Parts 1 to 77, may a so a in 17 vols., handsomely bound in cloth, os^ per volume. Catalogues forwarded, on receipt of postage stamp, to any part of the kingdom. Cooper's Novels, Complete in One Volume, handsomely bound in cloth, price 8s. 6d., THE PILOT, LAST or THE MOHICANS, RED ROVER, THE SPY, LIONEL LINCOLN, WATER WITCH, THE PIONEERS, THE PRArRIE, IMA6INATION. I Printed from the original text, and without the slightest abridgement. London, Bruce and Wyld, 84, Farringdon-Street; Watson, Edinburgh, Macleod, Glasgow; Le Messurier, lDU,«m, I I'B I->lverpo°l; Hey wood, Manchester and Sold by all Booksellers,, ftottctø. WHITCHURCH, GLAMORGANSHIRE.' A MALTHOUSE TO LET, Situate in the above Parish, Enquire of Joseph Jones or Wm. Lewis, Relieving- Officer, (if by letter, post-paid.) The Premises are in good repair, it being only eight year& since they were built. CARDIFF PANTECHNICON. B. KEARNEY, IN returning thanks to his numerous Friends and the Public generally, for the very liberal patronage he has 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 Trade; and further observes, that the Goods purchased at the PANTECHNICON cannot be surpassed for style, quality, or cheapness, by any Establishment in the Kingdom. His MILPUFF BEDS. in great variety, cannot be equalled in quality or price; and his Goods generally, such as CHAIRS, TABLES, DRAWERS, BED- STEADS, IRONMONGERY, &c., will be found well worthy attention. WHEN GOODS OF OTHER DAYS ARE FADED. When goods of other days are faded, r' And all their brightness 11ed- 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 money- 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. FOR STOPPING DECAYED TEETH, however JD large the cavity.—Patronised by her Majesty the Queen Dowager, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester, His Grace the Duke of Wellington, and the principal nobility. Mr. CLARKE'S SUCCEDANEUM for stopping decayed teeth, is far superior to anything ever before used, as it is placed in the tooth without any pressure or pain, becomes as hard as the enamel imme- diately after application, and remains firm in the tooth for life; not only rendering extraction unnecessary, but also making them again useful for mastication. All persons can use Mr. CLARKE'S SUCCEDA- NEUM themselves with ease, as full directions are enclosed—price 5s. -and sold by all respectable Medicine Vendors in Town and Country; and can be sent by post on receiving a post-office order. Prepared only by Mr. Clarke, Surgeon-Dentist, 61, Grosvenor-street, Bond- street (removed from 53, Harley-street, Cavendish Square). LOSS OF TEETH.—Mr. Clarke still continues to supply the loss of teeth, from one to a complete set, upon his beautiful system of Self-adhesion; which has procured him such universal approbation in some thousands of cases, and recommended by Sir C. M. Clark, Bart., M.D.; Sir M. Tierney, Bart., M.D.; Dr. Chambers, Dr. Paris, Dr. James Johnson, Dr. Conquest, and nu- merous other Members of the Medical Profession, as being the most ingenious system of supplying artificial teeth hitherto invented. They are so contrived as to adapt themselves over the most tender gums, or remain- ing stumps, without causing the least pain, rendering the operation of extraction quite unnecessary; and in order that his system may be within the reach of the most economical, he will continue the same moderate charges. Mr. Clarke, Surgeon-Dentist, No. 61, Grosvenor-street, Bond-street, London.—At home from eleven till four. Mr. CLARKE'S TOOTH-POWDER, which has procured him such universal approbation, in some thou- sands of cases, is highly recommended by numerous Physicians and Surgeons, as being the best tooth-powder ever yet prepared it prevents and eradicates the tartar from the teeth, and imparts to the gums that ruddy appearance, and to the teeth a pearl-like whiteness. Mr. Clarke can say with safety (as it is prepared only by him) that, if analysed, its properties would be found to be of the purest kind. It can be sent by post, on re- ceiving a post-office order! and it is sold by most respectable Chemists in town and country-price 2s. 6d. GLAMORGANSHIRE EASTERN DISTRICT. PERSONS desirous to contract for the supply of Quarry, River, or Field Stone, or Copper Slag, for one Year, for either one or more of the under-mentioned portions of Turnpike Roads, are requested to send Sealed Tenders (post-paid) on or before WEDNESDAY, the 1st day of OCTOBER next. to Mr. SAMUEL Cox, Bridgend, Clerk to the Eastern District Roads Board, stating the number of the portion for which they wish to tender, the description of material they purpose to supply, and the price, per cubic yard, at which they are willing to supply the same. Persons tendering to deliver Quarry Stone must send specimens thereof, of at least half a pound in weight, free of expense, such specimens to be in paper and endorsed and any person offering for more than one division must send for each a separate tender. Each Contractor will be required to take away without charge, when delivering the material, any road dirt that may have accumulated from scraping or cleansing ditches or drains, &c.:— Estimated No. Portions of Road. quantity io cubic yards THE MAIL ROAD. 1. From the Eastern boundary of the district at Rumney Bridge to the Eastern boundary of Cardiff; and from the Western boundary of Cardiff to the milemarkatCanton 3.50 2. From the mile mark at Canton to the 7th mile mark westward of Cardiff 800 3. From the last-mentioned mile mark to Cowbridge. 350 4. From Cowbridge to Bridgend 6. From Bridgend to the mile mark near the Keeper's Lodge at Margam 600 6. From the last-mentioned mile mark to the Western boundary of the district 300 7. From Cardiff, by Cross Inn, to Tongwnlais 250 8. So much of the Road from Cross Inn towards Caerphilly as lies within the District; also from Roath Turnpike, by the Crwys Farm, to the Caerphilly and Cardiff Turnpike Road, on the North side of Mr. Henry Jones's house 200 9. So much of the Road from Canton towards Lantrissant as lies within the District; also from Ely, through Landaff, to the Merthyr-Tydvil Road at Whitchurch.. 450 10. From Canton, towards Dynaspowis, as far as Leckwith Church 80 11. So much of the Road from Cowbridge towards Lantrissant as lies within the District. 120 12. From Cowbridge West Gate, through Heol-y-Marlborough, to its junction with the Road from Lantwit Major to Pentre Meyrick; also the Road from Lantwit Major to Pentre Meyrick 150 13. From Cowbridge, by the Lake and How Mill, to the port of Aberthaw; also from Cowbridge East Gate to Lan- blethian Bridge, not exceeding one Mile; also from Cowbridge towards Llanfihangel, as far as Lanblethian Bridge. 200 14. From Bridgend to Brincethin; also from Bridgend to the Lane turning off to Coytrehene 300 15. From Bridgend, over Ewenuy Bridge, as far as Ewenny Park Gate 16. So much of the Road from Bridgend towards Lantrissant as lies within the District 17. From Red Hill to the port of Newton Nottage 100 The material is to be broken sufficiently small to pass through a 21 inch guage, and to be perfectly free from dirt. It is to be delivered in such quantities (not being less than JO cubic yards at one time) as may be directed by the Clerk of the District Roads Boar I, and is to be piled in the depots, or other places on the road side, pointed out by the constant labourer on the spot, in rea- diness for measurement, by the lime named for. its delivery in such Clerk's order, which order will always be sent to the Contractor, at least a fortnight before the day named for delivering the material. Security to the amount of at least £ 10 will be required for the due performance of each Contract. For further particulars apply to Mr. William Hopkins, Road Surveyor, Bridgend. September 1st, 1845. iiotirrs. PARR'S LIFE, PILIS^ The extraordinary success of this medicine is the wonder of the age; it has been tried by hundreds of thousands as an aperjent, and has in every instance done good, it has never in t ie slightest degree impaired the most delicate constitution, 'f'ljj'ou?"8'111'8 have testified that perseverance in the use 0 LIFb PILl.Sj will completely cuie any disease, and are living wiinesses ot the benefit received from this in valuable medicine.-Tcslimouials are received daily, and it would he impossible in a newspaper to publish one-half received; anu the following are selected as people well known in their respective neighbourhoods, and whose testimony is unquestionable. Further Sheets of Testimonials and the Agents and l imes of 0id l an'' may be ha(i' Sratis» ot a" Testimonials in favour of Parr's Life Pills. The following important testimony to theefficacy of PARR'S HlLl.s has just been received by the Proprietors. To Messrs. T. ROBEKTS & Co., London. v A thlone, December 7, 1844. MRS,—You will please to send me 6 doz. more PARR'S IjIFe I'ILLS, I am just out. They are taking well, and, 1 can assure you, they are doing an immensity of good every on" who has tried them in affections of the Liver and Stomach derive a great deal of benefit. Yours, etc., WILLIAA1 GILCHRIST, Apothecary and Surgeon. Communicated by Mr. F. C.LADBURV, Dispensing Chemist, Wednesbury, Staffordshire. 0.- <-1 -J • Hill Top, Sep. 4. "if.Rs>Considering the public benefitted bv the publication of the extraordinary effects produced by taking 1 ARR s 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 1«37, with a Ner- vous Affection and Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, which caused, at limes, verý great constipation 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, lti43, when accidentally hearing of PARR S LIFE 1 ILLs, I was induced to try them, 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 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 pills by me, and use them when nature .requires an aperient medicine. Wishing the proprietors every success with their valuable pre- scription. 1 am, Sir, yours obediently —— JOHN THOMAS. CURE OF CONSUMPTIVE ASTHMA I, ALEXANDER DOUGLAS, do hereby declare the good I have received from lakinS PARR'S LIFE PILLS. In the year 1840 I was afflicted with a most distressing Asthma, Cough, and shortness .f Breath, which reduced me to death's door notwithstanding my spending near f200 in consulting the most eminent medical men in London and Edinburgh mv disease continued, unabated, and 1 was, as a last resource advised to try my n»tive air of Dundee, which I did, and a[ the same tilue was recommended by a friend to take PARR'S LIFE "ILLS. I commenced with them in the spring of 1«4S • experiencing relief, I persevered, and am now in m\63ra vear' perfectly cured, and in better health than I have been for many years. Havmg just arrived iu London, I hastea to make my wonderful cure known to the Proprietors, and to recom- mend something to the atHicted worthy of a fair trial and no tavour. I have recommended them to many of my friends, and they have all found relief. July 16, 1844. ALEXANDER DOUGLAS, Farmer, W ltness to the above, ALEXANDER CUTHBERT, Stolswell-road, Dundee. To Mr. J. ROBINSON, Patrington, Agent for PARR'S LIFE PILLS. Slit.-I feel it a duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benefit I have derived by taking PARK'S LIFE PILLS, having suffered many years from an Asthmatic Com- plaint, ijnormess of Breath, &c., and having tried various medicines for the complaint, but all to no purpose, I was per- suaded to try PARK'S LIFE PILLS; the first box I took I found great benefit, and by persevering they have perfectly cured me i I only took three ls. lid. Boxes. I remain your obedient servant, w J L WILLIAM PEARSON. y one doubting the accuracy of the above state* ment, may through the agent, Mr. Kooinson, be directed to me who will authenticate its truth. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Beware of spurious imitations of the above Medicine, noue are genuine unless the words, PARR'S LIFE PILLS" are in VVH11 fc, LETTERS on a KuiD UliOUND, engraved in the bovernruetit Stamp, pasted round each box; also the lac-simile of the signature of the Proprietors, u T. KOBEiiTS Sold" CR*ae U°Urit' *7?" Street' LoQd°n,"on 'h« directions. ? reS at ls' 2s' 9u-> and lamily Packets each, by all respectable Medicine Venders. TWENTY-FIFTH THOUSAND. In a sealed envelope, price 3s. and sent free, on receiving a post-ujfice order for 3s. 6d. MANHOOD TWENTY-FIFTH EDITION. THE CAUSES ofitsPREMATU RE DECLINE, with JL PLAIN, DIRECTIONS for its PERFECT RESTORATION, Excessive ^1°^ fr°m destructive Effects of bv ObserL, geQC»!' Uary HabUS> 0r 'Action followed tonorrhI n 7 "ad the ^tment of Syphilis gonorrhoea, Gleet, &e. Illustrated with Cases, &c^ BY J. L. CURTIS & CO., Consulting Surgeons, 7, Frith Street, Soho Square, London. noui1 H«d bRth6 aad Sold Strange, 1, Pater- street KWi tUrgCM' Modical Bookseller> Coventry- Sco"' c,^m i K3^' 3J' Cornll,il' London; Ferris and ham ? £ W th,tr QaeeU' U'»°a-stree:, BrjstoI .• Need. Gloucester; Watson, Shrewsbury Times Office M«k« m 3Ud n Bang°r' b-v Mr- Kichard Williams, Chemist! Market-piace Guest, Birmingham; Sowler, 4, St Ann's- square, Manchester; Philip South, Castle-street, Liverpool annmg and Co., Dublin; Robinson, (Messrs.) 11, Green- BookseUers Ediuburgh aml Sol<1 in a sealed envelope by all Booksellers. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS: the Lw'ir*0?' rENTH/edition«f «'hich now presented to copies have been exhausted since its Z [^PeTnCe' r aS be°n very "Juch ^proved and enlarged y.. *a«litionofa more extended and clear detail of general principles as also by the insertion of several new and highly in- teresting cases. 'I he book, as has been already statedf in the resutt otvery ample and dady increasing experience is a class of uiseases, which for some unaccountable reason, have been either altogether over lo.,ked, or treated almost with in- UHierence by the ordinary medical practitioner. The numberless instances daily incurring, wherein affections of tile lungs, putting on all the outer appearances of consumption which, however, when traced to their source, are found to result from certain baneful habits, fully proves that the principle of the division of labor is nowhere more applicable than in medical practice. We feel no hesitation in saying, j there IS u° member of society by whom the book will not be found cseful, whether such person hold the relation of a Parent, a Preceptor, or a Clergyman.Stm, Evening paper. J'he rage for books in all departments of science, literature, and the arts, was, we believe, never so prevalent as at the present time.-The unavoidable consequence of this is, that we meet a very considerable proportion of indifferent, useless, and even bad uooks.-Wrth the force of this prejudice on our winds, we with no iittie reluctance were induced to peruse Messrs. Curtis's .vork, entitled MAN HOOD.—The scientific views taken by the authors of the source and origin of many of the most distressing effects of certain depraved habits, fully establish their claim to the character of experienced and judicious surgeons.-A IIÓ the result of our careful perusal of the work has been, to impress us wuh a thorough conlidence in the talent and skill of the author*, and to sajisfy us that those entrusted with the care of youth are not a little indebted to them for furnishing them with a means of preventing some of the most frightful maladies to which flesh is heir. — Old England. The multitude of books daily coming from the press, some, nay most of them, of a very questionable tendency, made us extremely reluctant io take up another. The clear exposition of the source of many of those diseases which 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 iruly convincing and extremely satisfactory. And we do'not think we go too far in sayiug, mat society is deeply indebted to the authors for producing so useful, so much wanted, so valuable, and so truly moral a book.—Conservative Journal. Ttiis is a work that we fear there exists too much need of to cause us to hesitate to recomme >d 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 Uiimarried, this little work alike affords cousolatjum and cure in peculiar-cases, and we are doing servieeT<to society in recominenditag it to geueral notice.— 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 a, possible in the detail of their cases the communication mm1 be accompanied by the usual consultation fee of and in all cases the most inviolable secrecy may be relied on. The above work sold by Mr- Richard William*, Chemist, Market Place, Bangor; at the Office of the "Welshman, Carmarthen; and sent post-paid, in a SEALED ENVELOPE' for 3s.6.1., by the following AGENTS; Merlin Office. Newport. Cossens Monmouth. Times Office .Hereford. U. Egville, Chronicle Office .Worcester Evans. Bangor. Journal Office. -Carinartlier. Jloticco. GLAMORGANSHIRE GENERAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of this SOCIETY wilt be held at the BEAR INN, at COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, the 23rd instant, for the pur- poses of awarding the Premiums for Stock, and auditing the Accounts, when the Committee are requested to attend at the hour of Ten in the Forenoon. All Persons intending to exhibit Stock must deliver the necessary Certificates to the Secretary, on or before SATURDAY, the 20th, and their Stock must be in the Field before Ten o clock on the day of Show, or they cannot be TllT n <5 T 'Petltl°"/ 11 is Particularly requested that all Subscriptions which are still unpaid may be remitted immediately to the Treasurer. EDWARD BRADLEY, Cowbridge, Sept. 3rd, I845 a"d'T'»»«er. Sydenham's Antibilious Aperient Family Pill of Health. For both Sexes, entirely Vegetable, prepared from the Prescrip- tion of that eminent Physician, Dr. SYDFVHA iir p justly styled the Father of Modern MediSne" A MOST valuable remedy for Bilious and Liver Com- plaints, Indigestion, Head-Ache, Giddiness Loss ot Appetite, Flatulency, Gout, Rheumatism, Heartburn Spasms, Lowness of Spirits, Costiveness, &c These celebrated FAMILY PILLS have been faithfully dis- pensed by the present Proprietor for more than 30 year,, and have obtained from all grades of the community a chapter and reputation f ,ch no mct}icine of a simiJr hitherto acquired. Dr. SYDENHAM'S PILLS being a most happy combination of vegetable matter, and not contain- ing any mercurial preparation, require neither confinement nor alteration in diet during their use. Moderate exercise. in- creases their good effects. They may be taken at any time when the bowels are costive and uneasy; and Sydenham's Pills should be taken by persons of all ages, as they assist digestion, correct excesses of the table, give a healthy action and tone to the stomach, remove all complaints to which the fuf oSldVagerSftDS 3re SUbjeCt'aQd wiU lead 10 heaUh and cheer- ful old age. nP«™i!lleS-aKd the ProPrietors of Boarding Schools should llfpHir °U' an ade(l|late 8uPPly of this admirable Family ffreatp^snf ^9 SYDENHAM s PILLS may be resorted to with the 8i! }y. and succe8s' on the first appearance of indis- p 1 ion, and by adopting this practice, many serious and 100 ^Ae" £ \t,al attacks wiU entirely prevented. 1 following w the opinion of an eminent Physician, practit- ln9 extensively in Bristol and Clifton Pills the composition of Dr. Sydenham's Pills, and consider them a very valuable remedy in all com plaints to which the Digestive Organs are subject, especially Bilious affections, and an innumerable variety of diseases which are the consequences of an irregular and imperfect action of the organs of digestion." • » • The most delicate Females, the young and aged, prefer SYDENHAM'S PILLS to most other aperients, as they are beneficial to their general health, improve their appearance *•>•» The high opinion entertained of SYDENHAM'S FAMILY PIU.S, by many of the most eminent of the Faculty, in pre- sent practice, (as well as the number of gratifying Testimonials the Proprietor is constantly receiving from persons of the highest respectability and standing in society who have been materially benefitted by their use,) renders any eulogium on their merits superfluous, and must convince the most sceptical of the superior properties of this valuable established medi- cine, acknowledged by thousands as the but, safest, and most effectual Family Medicine now before the Public. These Pills are sent abroad by the London exporting houses. Merchants and Captains of vessels will find them an almost indispensible acquision to their Medicine Chests, they are so prepared as to retain their medicinal properties in any extreme of climate. Small Boxes, is. 1 id. & 2s. 9d.-Family Boxes, 4s. 6d. & lIs. un the t amily Boxes there is a considerable savin* Prepared by the sole Proprietor, J. BEES, Bristol, n l Wholesale by the following appointed Agents Newbeyrva45 sTp /rh"^™ Street' Edwards 67> and Newbery, 4a, St. 1 aul s Churchyard; Sutton and Co., 10 SrL 1 Butler, 4,, (and 54, SacWille- inreet, Dublin); Drew, Hayward, and Co., Bush Lane- Treacher, Osborn, and Co., 28, Wilson Street, Finsbury Square, London; and may be had Retail of every respectable Kingdom and Medicine Vender in the United CAUTION.—Purchasers should be especially particular in !,S.tUtgK Mh 's PILL 0F WEALTH," and be sure that the signature of J. REES, Bristol," is on the Go- vernment btamp which surrounds each box, as without this mark of authenticity none are genuine. Just Published, a new and important edition of the "SILENT FRIEND" ON HUMAN FRAILTY. Price 2s.6J.,& sent Free to any part of the United Kingdom on receipt of a Post-office Order for 3s 6d. THE SILENT FRIEND, A MEDICAL WORK, on the concealed cause that destroys physical energy,and the ability of manhood, ere vigour has established her empire; with observations IVFKCl/oN111 °f /?rJrUFUL EXCESSES and kCUON, with Means of Kestoration. The influence of mercury on the skin is pointed out and illustrated by Ten Coloured engravings, followed b, observations on MAR-, wuh directions for the removal of disqualifications, BY R. AND L. PERRY AND CO. CONSULTING SURGEONS, Published by the AUTHORS and may be had at their Resi- dence, 19, Berner s-street, Oxford-street, London- Sold bv STRANGE,21, Paternoster-Row; HANNAY&Co. fi? f>vford- street; CiORDON, 146, Leadenhall-street • POWELL 10 Westmorland-street, Dublin LINDSAY, II/EIBJ ROW Edin- burgh, D.CAMPBELL, 136, Argyle-street,Glasgow- INGHAM Market-street, Manchester; NEWTON Churclt Street, Liver- pool; GUEST, Bull-Street, Birmingham; PERKINS Haver- ford-west; JENKINS, Merthyr and Dowlais- and' bv all Booksellers iu Town and Country. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. We regard the work before us. The Silent Friend," as a work embracing most clear and practical views of a series of complaints hitherto little understood, and passed over by the majority of the Medical profession, fo? what reason we are at a loss to know. We must, however confess that a perusal of this work has left such a favourable imores- sion on our mind that wenot only recommend, but cordiallv wish every one who is the victim of past folly or suffering from indiscretion, to profit by the advice contained in its pages,Age and Argus. The Authors of The Silent Friend" seem to be tho- roughly conversant with the treatment of a class of com- plaints which are we fear, too prevalent in the present day. The perspicuous style in which this book is written, and the valuable hints it conveys to those who are apprehensive ot entering the marriage tote, cannot faii to recommend-it to a careful perusal. — hra. "This work should be read hy all who value health and wish t,) enjoy life, for the truislus thereia contained defy all doubt.Farrners' Journal. "miaea aeiy THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRIACUM, is intended to relieve those persons who, by an immo- derate indulgence of their passions, have ruined theircousti- ttitious, or in tiieir way to Lhe conitimination of that deplo- tfarVar0 affecteJ,witt> an> of those previous symptoms that betray iu approach, as the various affections of the ner- vous system, obstinate gleets, excesses, irregularity obstruc- baTennesCs!&ca eVaCUationS> "Guesses, total impotency, I his medicine is particularly recommended to be taken before persons enter into the matrimonial state lest in the event of procreation occuring, the innocent offspring should bear enstamped upon it the physical characters derivable from parental debiiity. Price its., or the quantity of i at lis. in one Bottle for 33s. by which lis. is Sived-the £5 cases may be had as usual, which is a saving of £1 12s. THE CONCENTRATED DETERSIVE ESSENCE An Anti-Syphilitic Remedy for searching out & purifying the diseased humours of the blood, and certain cure for Scurvy Scrofula, and all cutaneous eruptions, conveying its active principles throughout the body, even penetrating the minutest vessels, removing all corruptions, contaminations, and impu- rivies trom the vital stream, eradicating the morhid virus- and radically expelling it through the skin.—Price lis. or four Bottles ia one for 33s. hy which Us. is saved, also in £ 5 cases, which saves £ 1 12s. PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, Price 2s. 9d., 4s. (jj., and lis. per box, With expiicit directions, rendered perfectly intelligible to every capacity, are well known throughout liurope to ba the most certain and effectual remedy ever discovered fo. Gonorrhtea, both in its mild and aggravated forms by iuunej diately allaying inflammation and arresting further progress. Gleets, Suictuies, lrri.&tion of the bladder, pains of the loius and kidneys, gravel, and other disorders of the Urinary pas- sages, in either sex, are permanently cured in a short space of tune, without confinement or the last exposure. medicines are piepared only bv Messrs. R. and L. PHitKY and Co., Surgeons, 19, Berner's Street, Oxford Street, London, o Sold by all Druggists, Medicine Vendors and Book- sellers in iown and Country. Messrs. Perry expect when consulted by letter, the usual fee of One 1 ound, without which, no notice whatever can be taken oj the communication• Patients are requested to be as minute as possible in the detail of their cases, as to the duration of the. complaint, the symptoms, age, habits of living, -and general occupation. Me.uicines can be forwarded to any part of the world: no diinculty can occur, asthey will be securely packed, and care- iully protected from observation. Messrs. Perry & Co., Surgeons, may be consulted as usual, at 19, Herner's Street, Oxford Street, London, punctually from 11 till 2, and from 5 till 6. On Sunday* from 10 till 12. Only one personal visit is required from il country patient, to enable Ueasrf Perry and Co. to give such advice as will be. L the means of effecting a permanent aud effectual cure, after all other means have proved ineffectual. N.B. Country Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Medicine Venders, aud every other Shopkeeper can be supplied ^with any qiisutity of the Cordial Balm of Syriacum, the Concen- trated 'Detersive Essence, and Perry's Purifying Specific j Pills, with the usual allowance to the Trade, by-most of I the principal Wholesale Pateut Medicine Houses ii) London. J -t. -,g

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