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Saleg *2 faction. GLAMORGANSHIRE, SOUTH WALES. Capital Freehold Estates & Free- hold Mineral Property TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. ADAM MURRAY & SON, At the MACKWORTH ARMS INN, in the Borough and Seaport Town of SWANSEA, in OCTOBER next, unless disposed of in the meantime by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given; A HOUSE in High-Street, and a good WHARF Ii. near the Town-Hall, Swansea, and several FARMS (20 in number), and the COAL under; upwards of J600 Acres of Land, all situate in the several Parishes of Llansamlet, Swansea, St. John-juxta-Swansea, Llange- felach, Llanguke, Llandilo-Talybont, Loughor, Ilstone, and Llanridian. Some of the Coal is of as good quality for Steam Packet purposes as any in the Kingdom, and the situation commands an excellent outlet to the sea for exportation. The South Wales, Welsh Midland, and Swansea Yale Railways will pass through parts of the property, and will increase the facilities for bringing the Coal to Market. A portion of the Coal in Llangefelach and St. John's has been leased at Sleeping Rents and Royalties to most responsible Tenants. Printed Particulars will be ready by the middle of September, and may be had of Messrs. Llewellyn and Randall, Solicitors, Neath; Messrs. Rowland Hacon and Rowlands, Solicitors, 38, Threadneedle-Street, London; at the Office of Messrs. Adam Murray and Son, 35, Craven-Street, Strand, London; at the Inns at Bristol and Swansea and at the Commercial-Rooms at Liver- pool, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Manchester, and Glasgow. NEWTON, BRECONSHIRE, ONE MILE FROM BRECON. IMPORTANT & INTERESTING SALE OF ME(FIEF@(&DS!H!1II&! GATTLS, OF THE OLD WHITE FACED BREED; Selected and kept entire on this Estate for upwards of seventy years, and now in the highest degree of per- fection, in colour, quality, and constitution, combining the esteemed Breeds of the Huntingdon, Stretton, and Thingehill Estates, which is now distinctly to be traced in this herd. THOS. COOKE HAS the great satisfaction of announcing to the ad- H mirers of this class of Herefordshire Cattle, that the proprietor, Mr. D. WILLIAMS, of Newton aforesaid (who has given up one of his Farms), has directed him to announce FOR SALE BY AUCTION, On SATURDAY, the 20th SEPTEMBER next, the undermentioned portion of his superior Stock:— THIRTY-FIVE COWS and HEIFERS in Calf, FIVE BULLS of different ages, and SIXTEEN two- year old STEERS; the whole of which are by the same Sire. 120 EWES, of the best breed of close woolled sheep, nearly approaching the old Ryeland blood and 40 EWE LAMBS. Also 40 PONIES, of the celebrated Cnewer race, among which are several matchers, and highly curious from their diversity of colour, and great speed; upwards of twenty are Geldings three years old; valuable BROOD MARES, &c., &c. LOT. LOT. 1 A Cow, 5 yrs. old, got by 24 A Heifer 3 yrs. old by Chance, Bull'd by Governor Chance, Bull'd by Governor 2 Do. do. do. do. 25 Do. do. do. do. 3 Do. do. do. do. 26 Do. 2 years old do. 4 Do. do. do. do. 27 Do. do. do. do. 5 Do. do. do. do. 28 Do. do. do. do. 6 Do. 4 years old do. 29 Do. do. do. do. 7 Do. do. do. do. 30 Do. do. do. do. 8 Do. sister to lot 2 do. 31 Do. do. do. do. 9 Do. do. do. 3 do. 32 Do. dam lot 3 30 Do. do. do. 4 do. 133 Do. sister to lot 3 11 Do. do. do. do. 34 Do. do. do. do. 12 Do. do. do. do. 35 Do. dam lot 1 and calf 13 Do. do. do. do. 36 A Yearling Bull, Newton, 14 Do. do. do. do. dam lot 3 15 A Heifer do. do. 37 Do. 1582, own brother to 16 Do. 3 yrs.sister to Iotl5do. lot 1 17 Do. sister to lot 2 do. 38 Bull calf out of Old Pret- 18 Do. do. „: do. do. ty-maid, Thingehill blood 19 Do. do. do. do. 39 Do. do. out of Old Cherry, 20 Do. do. do. do. a real Huntingdon 21 Do. do. do. do. 40 Do. out of lot II 22 Do. do. do. do. 41 Sixteen two-year old 23 Do. do. do. do. Steers in one lot. N.B.—As these Steers are supposed by all who have seen them, to be unequalled in any one rear of the day, the Proprietor has directed the Auctioneer to offer them in one lot, in the hope of their being grazed together; but this is not to prevent their being Sold separately, if so agreed upon at the time of sale. LOT. ILoT. 42 Twenty Poney Geldings,j;>1 Ten do. in such Lots as may be 52 Ten do. approved of. 153 Ten do. 43 Twenty Poney Mares, 54 Ten Yearling Ewes. ditto. 55 Ten do. 44 Brown Brood Mare, 56 Ten do. stinted to TAie Briton, 57 Ten do. and Filly Foal. 58 Ten Ewe Lambs. 45 A Bay do. do. 59 Ten do. SHEEP. 60 Ten do. 46 Ten capital Close-wool- 61 Ten do. led Ewes. 62 Yearling Ram. 47 Ten do. 63 Do. 48 Ten do. 64 Do. 49 Ten do. 65 Do. 50 Ten do. REFERENCE TO THE BULLS. CHANCE was bred by J. Turner, Esq., of Noke Herefordshire, and purchased by Mr. Williams, at the Sale in 1838; his dam was Victoria, by Mr. Hewer's Lottery; Grandam, Countess, by Old Sovereign, &c. The Sire of the Stock for Sale now in use on the premises. GOVERNOR, coming two years old, which Bull has been used regularly with the Cows for Sale, and is also on the premises was hired of, and bred by Mr. Hewer, of Hampton Lodge, near Hereford. His Sire was Dan- gerous; Grandsire, Defiance; G. G. Grandsire, Young Sovereign, &c., &c. Pedigrees of the various Bulls which have been used in this Stock, may be had at the time of Sale, from the Auctioneer, including those of the Yeomans, Tullys, and Hewers, which can be traced for fifty years back. The Auctioneer respectfully pledges himself that a purer lot of Herefords than those enumerated, he never had in his long experience to offer to public notice. Particulars may be had at the place of Sale, and of the Auctioneer, St. John's Street, Hereford. ffftrf Cardiff and Newport Daily. BENJAMIN EVANS begs!respectfully to inform the JD Public generally of CARDIFF, NEWPORT, and their respective Neighbourhoods, that at the solicitations of many of his Friends, he has established an OMNIBUS for the purpose of conveying Passengers, Parcels, &c., between these towns Daily, starting at the time and from the places below named :— From the Glove and Shears^Inn, Duke-street, Cardiff, at Nine in the Morning. From the Tredegar Arms Inn, Newport, at a quarter past Three in the Afternoon, arriving at the Taff Vale Railway Station, Cardiff, in time to forward Passengers by the five o'clock train to Llandaff, Newbridge, Merthyr and other places along the line. N.B.—On Sundays the Omnibus will leave Cardiff at Nine, A.M., and leave Newport at Six, P.M. B. E. also wishes to observe that this Omnibus is driven by a most experienced and careful driver, and that it will be found in every respect well worthy the support of the public at large, as he can assure them that no efforts or expense shall be wanting on his part to render it what it professes to be—namely, a punctual and con- venient medium of communication between the important towns of Cardiff and Newport. August, 1845. FRUIT SEASON. THE experience of past yeao having proved the ad- J. 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 need only 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. protected against fraudulent sub- stitution, when sold in bottles, by 0BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY is being secured with the Patent Metallic Capsules, embossed with the words "BUTTS'S PATENT BRANDY, 7, SMITHFIELD BARS." Purchasers of bottles, at 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 institutions through- out the country. Berrs's PATENT BRANDY may be obtained, in the Cipsuled Bottles, by way of sample, and at 18s. per gal- lon in bulk, of the most respectable Wine and Spirit Merchants, in every locality. The DISTILLERY, 7, SMITH- TIELD BARS, LONDON, IS THE only ESTABLISHMENT of J. T. /VHi$Cp, Jlotterai. .6- .d- iM.. CHEPSTOW, FOREST OF DEAN, And Gloucester Junction Railway. THROUGH the Forest of Dean (with branches to the Collieries, Iron Works, and River Severn), to join the Gloucester and Birmingham, Gloucester and Bristol, intended Cheltenham, Oxford, and London Direct, and Gloucester and Aberystwith Railways (Registered Pro- visionally, according to the Act of 7th and 8th Vict., c. 110). Capital £ 600,000., in 30,000 Shares of £20 each. Deposit £2 2s. per Share. No Shareholder to be liable beyond the amount of his shares. WM. PROTHEROE, Secretary. 10, Old Jewry Chambers. CHEPSTOW, FOREST OF DEAN, And Gloucester Junction Railway. ri^HE time for receiving Applications for Shares in this X Company having expired on Saturday last, no ap- plications since received can be entertained, as the shares are in course of allotment. WM. PROTHEROE, Secretary. 10, Old Jewry Chambers, Sept. 8, 1845. CHEPSTOW, FOREST OF DEAN, And Gloucester Junetion Railway. AN extension of this line is under survey to connect it with the heart of the mineral district of South Wales. The project has been registered, full particulars of which will appear in a few days. WM. PROTHEROE, Secretary. 10, Old Jewry Chambers. MOTRIN LLYNVI and PORTH-CAWL RAILWAY. Porth Cawl, September 5th, 1$45. WE, the undersigned, being Proprietors of Five or tV more Shares each in the Duffryn Llynvi and Porth-Cawl Railway, do hereby direct you to call a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Company, to be held at the WYNDHAM ARMS INN, BRIDGEND, in the County of Glamorgan, on FRIDAY, the 26th SEPTEM- BER instant, at 1 o'clock, p.m., "For the purpose of considering the propriety of applying to Parliament at the approaching Session for powers to improve the existing Road of the Company, so as to enable them to employ Locomotive Engines, and to become Carriers on the Road. Also, for purchasing, or adopting, one or more Branch Lines, rendered desirable by the extension of commerce; and for taking power to raise further Capital for carrying these important objects into effect. Like- wise, for considering the Report of their Engineer, Mr. Scott Russell, on the improvements rendered necessary at the Port by the great increase of trade." (Signed) DIGBY MACKWORTH. ROBERT PRICE. M. P. SMITH. W. H. BUCKLAND. GEORGE RAWLINSON. JOSEPH RUSHER. To Mr. W. S. Bradley, Clerk to the Company, Porthcawl. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in obedience to the foregoing Requisition, a SPE- CIAL GENERAL MEETING of the said Company will be held at the WYNDHAM ARMS INN, BRIDGEND, in the County of Glamorgan, on FRIDAY, the 26th SEP- TEMBER inst., at 1 o'clock, p.m., for the purposes therein specified. W. S. BRADLEY, Clerk to the Company. Porth-Cawl, Sept. 13th, 1845. WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY. AT a MEETING of the Inhabitants of the Borough of BEWDLEY, and of the Landowners of the neighbourhood, convened by the Mayor, held this day at the Guildhall, Bewdley, for the purpose of considering the proposed Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and Stour Valley Railway, also the proposed Welsh Midland Rail- way, and the best means of supporting these undertakings, and also to take into consideration the intended Railway from the South Staffordshire District, by Walsall and Lichfield, to the Midland Railway at Alrewas, called the Trent Valley, Midlands, and Grand Junction Railway, at which Meeting deputations from the Birmingham Canal Company, the London and Birmingham Railway Com- pany, the Welsh Midland, and the Trent Valley, and Midland Companies attended,— JOSEPH FARMER, Esq., Mayor, having been called to the Chair, The following Resolutions were passed unanimously:— Moved by W. L. Childe, Esq., and seconded by the Rev. E. W. Ingram, 1. That the proposed Welsh Midland Line of Railway from South Wales, through Leominster, to Bewdley, and thence to Kidderminster, to communicate with the Bir- mingham, Wolverhampton, and Stour Valley Railways, and thereby with the Trent Valley, Midland, and Grand Junction Railway, will be conducive to the best interest of the town and neighbourhood of Bewdley. Moved by Slade Baker, Esq., and seconded by James Fryer, Esq., 2. That this Meeting will afford its most strenuous support in favour of the proposed extension of the Welsh Midland Railway from Leominster to Kidderminster, and also to the proposed Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and Stour Valley Railway, and the proposed Trent Valley, Midlands, and Grand Junction Railway. Moved by Mr. George Griffith, and seconded by Thomas Sheward Cartwright, Esq., 3. That the Mayor of Bewdley, Sir Thomas Edward Winnington, Bart., M.P., W. L. Childe, Esq., Slade Baker, Esq., Philip Wodehouse, Esq., W. N. Marcy, Esq., E. Prichard, Esq., John Beddoe, Esq., T. S. Cartwright, Esq., George Baker, Esq., Mr. George Griffith, and E. R. Nicholas, Esq., be appointed a Committee to com- municate with the said several Companies, and aid their endeavours to secure the sanction of Parliament for their respective lines of Railway. Moved by James Cole, Esq., and seconded by Mr. George Masefield, 4. That the thanks of this Meeting be given to the respective Deputations from the London and Birmingham Railway Company, the Birmingham, WWverhampton, and Stour Valley Railway Company, and the Welsh Midland Railway Company for their attendance to-day, and for the information afforded by them to the Meeting. Moved by Edward Prichard, Esq., and seconded by Mr T. Morris, 5. That these Resolutions be printed in the News- papers circulated in the neighbourhood. The Chairman having left the Chair, and W. L. Childe, Esq., being called to the same, Moved by R. Scott, Esq., M.P., and seconded by J. Ackers, Esq., M.P., Resolved, 6. That the thanks of this Meeting be given to the Mayor, for his kindness in taking the Chair, and his able and impartial conduct therein. Bewdley, August 27, 1845. WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY. AT a MEETING of the Gentry, Manufacturers, Trad- ers, and others, of the Borough ana neighbourhood of KIDDERMINSTER, in support of the Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and Stour Valley, and Welsh Midland Railways, held this day at the Lion Hotel, Kiddermin- ster, at which Meeting deputations from the London and Birmingham Railway Company and Birmingham Canal Company, the Welsh Midland and Trent Valley, and the Midlands and Grand Junction Railway Companies at- tended,— THOMAS SIMCOX LEA, Esq., High Sheriff of the County, in the Chair, Moved by Henry Brinton, Esq., seconded by John Han- cocks, Esq., That the proposed Welsh Midland Railway, with its extension through Bewdley and this town, together with the proposed Birmingham and Stour Valley Railway, and the Trent Valley Midlands, and Grand Junction Railway, will afford to the town and trade of Kidder- minster great facilities of traffic to South Wales, to Bir- mingham, and to Derby and the North, not hitherto offered to this neighbourhood, and will thereby be of great advantage to the manufactures and trade of Kidder- minster and its neighbourhood. Carried without a dissentient voice. Moved by Frederick Talbot, Esq., seconded by Thomas Lewty, Esq., That this Meeting will give its sanction and best SUP-I port to the several Railway projects referred to in the last Resolution. Amendment proposed by John Watson, Esq., seconded by George Crump, Esq., That this Meeting does not pledge itself to support the Trent Valley Midland Railway, inasmuch as another project is already before the public, and that the projec- tors of such Line have not had an opportunity of appear- ing in advocacy of their scheme. The amendment was lost on being put, seven hands only having been held up for it. Original motion pu and carried. The Chairman having left the Chair, the same was taken, by John Hancocks, Esq. It was moved by R. Scott, Esq., M.P., seconded by John Watson, Esq., That the thanks of this Meeting be given to the High Sheriff for his excellent conduct in the Chair. Kidderminster, Sept, 3d, 1845, JiOticrB. VALE OF NEATH RAILWAY. THE ALLOTMENT of SHARES in this Railway being now completed, the Committee of Manage- ment desire to express their regret that they have been unable to comply so fully as they desired with the appli- cations of parties locally interested, and of holders of shares in the South Wales Railway. The public generally will also accept as an apology, that owing to the unprecedented number of applications, the Committee have been compelled to overlook many of the very highest character and respectability, and of ne- cessity to limit the number of shares in each allotment. F. G. SAUNDERS, Sec. pro tem. 449, West Strand, London, Sept. 8, 1845. WILSON'S SCOTTISH ENTERTAINMENTS. itatmaummo ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, 24th SEPTEMBER, At 8 o'Clock, BtR WILSON Will have the honour of giving one of his celebrated Entertainments on the @W Piano-Forte,—MR. LAND. The Doors will be opened at half-past Seven o'clock, and the Entertainment terminate about Ten. Boxes, 3s.; Pit, 2s.; Gallery, Is.—Books of the Words, 6d Tickets & Programmes may be had at Mr. Webber's, Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian Office, and at the Doors. Mr. WILSON will give an Entertainment in MER- THYR on THURSDAY Evening, the 18th and in NEWPORT on THURSDAY Evening, the 25th. TITHE COMMISSION. NOTICE. THE TITHE COMMISSIONERS for England and Wales hereby give Notice, that a Copy of the Draft of Apportionment of the Rent Charge agreed to be paid in lieu of Tithes, in the Parish of RUMNEY, in the County of MONMOUTH, has been deposited at the Dwelling House of THOMAS BAKER, called Pen-yr- heol," in the said Parish, for the inspection of all Persons interested in the Lands or Tithes of the said Parish. And the Commissioners further give Notice, that pur- suant to the Act for Commutation of Tithes, a Meeting will be holden for the purpose of hearing any Objections to the intended Apportionment by any Persons interested as aforesaid and that such Meeting will be held at the ANGEL INN, at CARDIFF, in the County of GLAMORGAN, on FRIDAY, the 19th day of SEPTEM- BER, 1845, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon. Signed by Order of the Board, J. E. HOVENDEN, Secretary. Thomas Morris, Valuer. 9, Somerset-Place, Somerset-1 House, London. J NOTICE. Direct Steam Communication between Liverpool and South Wales. THE Public are respectfullv informed that the Iron Screw Steamer TINTERN," CAPT. WAL- TERS, just launched, and built expressly for the trade, is intended to commence plying between LIVERPOOL and NEWPORT, calling at Tenby, in the course of the ensuing Month. This Vessel has been designed and built by Mr. Guppy, of Bristol, whose high reputation, as a Ship Builder, will be a guarantee for her capability as a desirable convey- ance for Goods and Passengers. For particulars of the times of Sailing, and rates of Freight for Goods and Passengers, Apply to DARBY & SIM, Sweeting-street, Liverpool; or to N. B. CALDER, Ebbw Vale, Wharf, Newport. N.B.-The Charges will be Moderate. Liverpool, 1st Sept., 1845.
CARDIFF UNION. ALL Persons…
CARDIFF UNION. ALL Persons desiring to contract for the following PROVISIONS, for the next Three Months, are requested to send Sealed Tenders to the Union Work- house, on SATURDAY, 13th SEPTEMBBR instant: Contract to commence on the 20th September:— Bread, per Loaf of 41b. each loaf, to be baked 24 hours before delivery, and to be made of Brewer's Yeast each, best seconds Flour, at per score, ditto Meat, Beef, and Mutton, at per lb. Cheese. per cwt. Milk per quart Oatmeal per cwt. Salt Butter, at and Fresh do., at per lb. Peas. per bushel Sugar, at per lb. Tea, at per lb. Soap, at per lb. Candles, at per lb. Coal, at per ton. Coffins for the Parishes of Cardiff, Roath, Rumney, St. Mellons, Whitchurch, Landaff, Radyr, St. Fagans, Michaelstone-le-Pit,Michaelstone-super.Ely,St.Nicholas, Caerau, St. Athans, Wenvoe, St. Andrews, Lavernock, Cogan, Penarth, Landough, and Leckwith.-Contract to continue for One Year. Terms of Payment :-For Provisions, at the end of the Quarter. FORM OF CONTRACT. I hereby agree to supply the Guardians of the Cardiff Union with the Goods opposite to which I have set a Price.
GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY ROADS. NORTHERN DISTRICT. PERSONS desirous to Contract for the supply of QUARRY, RIVER, or FIELD STONES, IRON SLAG, &c., for One Year, for either one or more of the under-mentioned portions of Turnpike Road, are re- quested to send sealed Tenders (post paid) to Mr. JONES, Druggist, Aberdare, Clerk to the District Board, on or before the 3rd of October, stating the number of the Division for which they wish to Tender, the description of Material they propose to supply, and the Price per Cubic Yard, at which they are willing to supply the same. Persons tendering to supply Quarry Stones must send specimens of the same, and any person tendering for more than one of the undermentioned Divisions, must send a separate tender for each. Each Contractor will be required to take away without charge, any road dirt that may have accumulated from scraping, cleansing ditches, or drains. Name of Turnpike Road in the Cubic °sionl Turnpike Road. parish of Yards. 1 M0?r^yr~TydVil I Merthyr-Tydvil 210 & Abergavenny J 2 Llangunider 150 3 „ Bedwelty 290 4 Merthyr-Tydvil ? Merthyr-Tydvil 250 and Neath. J 5 Aberdare. 250 6 Penderin 120 7 „ Ystradyfodwg 450 8 Merthyr-Tydvil Merthyr-Tydvil 643 and Cardiff. J 9 „ Llanvabon 240 •* 10 „ Eglwysillan. 680 4 11 Llantrissant Llantwit & Eglwysillan.. 80 12 „ Llantrissant. 610 13 „ Llanharran 120 14 Caerphilly and 1 E,lwysiilan 240 Quaker's Yard J 15 „ Llanvabon 400 16 Nantgarw and 1 E IwysiIIan 200 Caerphilly J 17 Aberdare. Llanvabon & LTanwynno 250 1 8 Aberdare The Materials to be broken sufficiently small to pass through a 2| inch guage, in its largest dimension, and to be perfectly free from dirt; it is to be delivered in such quantities (not being less than 10cubic yards at one time) as may be directed by the Clerk of the District Board, and it is to be piled in depots or other places by the road side, pointed out by the constant Labourer on the spot in readiness for measurement by the time 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 for the due performance of each Contract will be required. For further particulars apply to Mr. BAYLIS, Road Sur- veyor, Merthyt Tydfil, A t- I L -,c I -I- I -,c I CAMBRIAN & GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY, CONNECTING CAMBRIAN & GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY, CONNECTING SOUTH WALES with BIRMINGHAM, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, & the NORTH- [REGISTERED PROVISIONALLY.] Capital— £ 2,200,000, in 110,000 Shares of £ 20 each. Deposit-£2 2s. ad. per Share. I PROVISIONAL COMMITTEES. LOCAL. St. John Cheverton Charlton, Esq., Apley Castle, Wel- lington, High Sheriff of the County of Salop Richard Corbet, Esq., Adderley Hall, Salop Edmund Burnan Peteshall, Esq., Allensmore, Hereford- shire George Croose, Esq., Burcott House, Herefordshire John Kerr Hastings, Esq., Manager of the Herefordshire Banking Company William Webb, Esq., Mayor of Hereford William Pulling, Esq., Merchant, Hereford Charles Bulmer, Esq., Merchant, Hereford The Rev. W. Cooke, Magistrate, Bromyard W. Henry Cooke, Esq., Bromyard, and Elm Court, Temple, London Mr. George Griffiths, Corn Factor, Bewdley John Watson, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Kidderminster George Crump, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Kidderminster George Butcher Lea, Esq., Kidderminster Thomas Whitmore Wylde Browne, Esq., Woodlands, near Btidgnorth, Magistrate of the County of Salop, and of the Borough of Bridgnorth John Baker, Esq., Dolforwyn Hall, Montgomeryshire, and Bridgnorth W. M'MichaeI, Esq., Magistrate of the Borough of Bridgnorth John Trevor, Esq., Clerk of the Peace for the Borough of Bridgnorth John Jacob Smith, Esq., Town Clerk of the Borough of Bridgnorth The Rev. J. F. Willetts, Cams Hall, Bridgnorth William Grierson, The Grove, Bridgnorth J. M. Coley, Esq., M.D., Bridgnorth Joseph Hall, Esq., Bridgnorth William Thursfield, Esq., Bridgnorth John Dallewy, Esq., Bridgnorth John Phillips, Esq.. Bridgnorth John Green, Esq Badger Heath, near Bridgnorth Joseph Southwell, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Bridgnorth Thomas Grierson, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Bridgnorth John Onions, Esq.. Broseley Richard Boycott, Esq., Banker, Broseley John Stephens, Esq., Albyns, near Bridgnorth William Wyley, Esq., The Vineyard, Wellington Messrs. Webb, Wellington John Williams, Esq., Iron Master, Ketley, Wellington Mr. John Slaney, Wellington Mr. John Beeston, Wellington John Walthall Hammond, Esq., Wistaston Hall, near Nantwich Joseph Loxdale Warren, Esq., The Lodge, Market Drayton, and Consall Hall, Staffordshire Charles Warren, Esq., Banker, Market Drayton John Edward Wilson, Esq., The Grove, Market Drayton Rev. S. H. Macauley, Hodnet Hall, Salop Thos. Nathaniel Webb, Esq., The Vineyard, near Hereford James Beech, Esq., The Shaw, near Cheadle Samuel Ellis Bristowe, Esq., Twyford House, near Derby Peter Broughton, Esq., Tunstall Hall, Market Drayton I LONDON. Henry John Enthoven, Esq., Merchant, London, Direc- tor of the Dutch Rhenish Railway Henry Lewis Smale, Esq., Doctor's Commons, London, Director of the South Eastern Railway John Masterman, Jun., Esq., Banker, London, Director of the Blaenavon Iron Company Donald Maclean, Esq., Merchant, London, Deputy Chairman of the Trent Valley Continuation Railway Frederick Rirketts, Esq., London, Deputy Chairman of the Bristol and Exeter Railway. Charles Robert Colman, Esq., Iron Gate Wharf, London, Director of the South Midland Railway Charles Downes, Esq., Muswell Hill, Hornsey, Provi- sional Director of the South Midland Railway Robert Swinfen Peel, Esq., Bonehill House, near Tam- worth, Provisional Director of the Trent Valley, Mid- land, and Grand Junction Railway John Parkinson, Esq., F.R.S., 81, Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, Provisional Director of the South Midland Railway Sir Arthur De Capel Brooke, Bart., Oakley Park, Ket- tering, Northamptonshire John Francis Woody, Esq., The Moat.Tamworth, Provi- sional Director of the Leicester and Tamworth Railway Edward Hall, Esq., West Bank, near Macclesfield, Pro- visional Director of the South Midland Railway Anthony Dickson, Esq., M.D., Edrington House, Ber- wickshire, late Physician General of Bengal William Watson Prole, Esq., Dunster Court, Mincing- Lane, Director of the Isle of Jersey Railway George Emery, Esq., London, Director of the Waterford and Kilkenny Railway. William Gordon Thomson, Esq., 33, Gloucester Road, Hyde Park, Provisional Director of the South Midland Railway Thomas Bramall, Esq., Mayor of Tamworth, Deputy Chairman of the Leicester and Tamworth Railway James Oliver Mason, Esq., Old Broad-Street, London, Director of the West Cornwall Railway Henry Ridout Downman, Esq., 47, Upper Bedford- Place, London, Provisional Director of the South Union Railway William Peel, Esq., Bonehill House, near Tamworth James Whiskin, Esq., 10, Upper Bedford-Place, London, Director of the London and Croydon Railway Edward H. Barwell, Esq., Mayor of Northampton, Deputy Chairman of the Northampton, Banbury, and Cheltenham Railway Capt. J. P. M'Dougall, Fir Grove, North Brixton, Surrey, late of the Bengal General Staff William Morley, Esq., Blackheath, Director of the Union Bank of London Thomas Farncomb, Esq., Alderman, London, Director of London and Westminster Bank John Laurie, Esq., 2, Charles-Street, St. James's, London, Director of the London and Croydon Railway John Mott, Esq., The Close, Litchfield, Director of the South Staffordshire Railway William Collins, Esq., M.P. for Warwick, 18, Pall Mall, and Warwick Robert Chapman, Esq., Distiller, Drury Lane, London William Morgan, Esq., ) Directors of the Bristol and William Watson, Esq., ) Exeter Railways WITH POWER TO ADD TO THEIR NUMBER, Solicitors-Messrs EDWARDS, MASON, & EDWARDS, 8, Moorgate-Street, and Delahay-Street, Westminster T. B. B. STEVENS, Esq., Tamworth. Local Agents. BROMYÁRD-WILLIAM WEST, Esq., Solicitor KIDDERMINSTER—Messrs. BIRD, SAUNDERS, and BIRD, Solicitors BRiEGNORTH-M. HAYWOOD WILLIAMS, Esq., Solicitor I BROSELEY — Messrs. PRITCHARD, POTTS, and NICHOLLS, Solicitors WELLINGTON—F. BUCKLE, Esq., Solicitor MARKET DRAYTON—GEO. BURD, Esq., Solicitor TinviTct>VQ I LONDON—Messrs. MASTERMAN, PETERS, MIL- DRED, & Co., Nicholas-Lane Messrs. COCKS, BIDDULPH, & Co., 43, Charing Cross HEREFORD—HEREFORDSHIRE BANKING COM- PANY KIDDERMINSTER Messrs. FARLEY & TURNER BRIDGNORTH) Messrs> PRITCHARD & BOYCOTT BROSELEY J MARKET DRAYTON-Messrs. ADAMS, ADAMS, WAR- REN, and Co. Engineer in Chief-WILLIAM GRAVATT, Esq., F.R.S. Secretary-H. HERBERT DOWNMAN, Esq., Hon. Sec., pro tem. PROSPECTUS. THIS important Line, the only one having for its object the direct communication between South Wales, Birming- ham, the Midland Counties, Liverpool, Manchester, and the North, will commence at Hereford, and passing to the Vale of the Severn via Bewdley, Bridgnorth, Broseley, Iron Bridge, Colebrooke Dale, take a direct route through or near Wellington, and Market Drayton to Crewe, or to Runcorn, whence the existing Lines will continue the traffic to Liverpool, Manchester, and the North. At Bewdley there will be a branch Line through Kidderminster to Birmingham and the Midland Counties. Reference to the Map will show that three projected Railways converge at Hereford, viz 1 he South Wales Line from the coast, at Newport, via Monmouth the Bristol and Liverpool Junction from Bristol, over the Severn; and the Great Eastern and Western from Swansea, by way of Merthyr and Abergavenny. This grand trunk will, therefore, connect with the North and Central portions of the kingdom, by the nearest practicable route, Bristol, the West of England, and the whole of South Wales, containing a vast population, and extensive Iron, Copper, Tin Plate, and Coal Works, numerous and important Ports, including Milford Haven, and the Government Dock Yard, and concentrate to itself the great Passenger and Goods traffic now conveyed by circuitous routes to and fro. This Line, too, will unite the Iron Districts of South Wales with those of Staffordshire and Shropshire. Apart from the ordinary incentives to travelling, the beautiful scenery of South Wales and the various Watering Places will add considerably to the Passenger traffic on this line. A more than usual revenue may be calculated upon in Goods traffic, arising from the extensive connection existing between South Wales and the Important termini, conveying, as this communication will, the various productions of Iron, Copper, Coal, Tin Plates, &c., to the North, and Woollens, Cottons, Salt, Hardware, Pottery Ware, Cattle, and Agricultural Produce, required for the several counties, districts, and towns, accommodated by this line, westward with the advantage of delivery in a few hours, free from the risks and delays of a sea voyage, and at one t/zird the distance. The conveyance of Coals to the counties through which these Lines run, will also be a means of considerable and increasing revenue; whilst the supplies to the barren districts of the Iron Works of Agricultural Produce, will add to the profit, as well as unite by ties of mutual interest the Agricultural and Commercial commullity. By means of this projection, portions of the kingdom not so provided by any other scheme, will participate in advantages of Railway communication and it will also form hereafter, with other railways about to be commenced, the nearest route to London for a very extensive portion of the country.. Founded on the principle of direct and comprehensive communication with distant parts of the kingdom, this Line will be the most complete in the Empire, and, carried as it can and will be, in almost a straight line, must thus secure itself for the future against the competition of any rival projection. At the same time every regard has been had to local accommodation, and the closest scrutiny will convince those who know the wants and requirements of the towns and districts embraced within its scope, that this has been most amply provided for. Until an Act of Parliament shall be obtained, the affairs of the Company shall be under the management and control of the Committee of Management, who are hereby empowered to enter into such arrangements as shall best serve the interests of this Company and the Public, with existing or projected Companies; and to raise addi- tional Capital, if required, to extend this Line and also to nominate the first Directors of the Company. Should the Commission now sitting not disturb the guage of the South Wales Railway Bill passed this Session, it is intended to adopt the wide guage, to avoid the inconvenience of different guages. u • • Power will be taken under the Act to limit the responsibility of Shareholders to the amount of their subscription, and to allow four per cent. interest on the calls. The Line presents no engineering difficulties and as the Landholders (having been canvassed) are favorable to the Line, a return, equal to any Railway in the Kingdom, may be relied on from the outlay. Preference in the allotment of Shares will be given to those locally interested, and to the Shareholders of Lines in connection this, the Grand Junction, South Wales, &c. The Parliamentary Contract and Subscribers' Agreement will be ready for signature on payment of the deposits. No applications for Shares can in any case be attended to, unless reference be made to one of the Provisional Committee, the Solicitors, Bankers, or Brokers of the Company, viz. Messrs. EDWARDS, MASON, & EDWARDS, Solicitors, 8, Moorgate-Street, & Delahay-street, Westminster T. B. B. STEVENS, Esq., Solicitor, Tamworth AND THE FOLLOWING BROKERS: — LONDON-Messrs. BACKHOUSE & Co., 4, Angel-Court. Throgmorton-Street; Messrs. PEPPERCORNE & Co., Old Broad-Street; Messrs. PARKER & SCRUTTON, 81-1, Old Broad-Street; and Messrs. SUTTON, GRIBBLE, & SUTTON, Royal Exchange. LIVERPOOL-Messrs. LLOYD and PRICE I KIDDERMINSTER—Mr. C. H. SAUNDERS BIRMINGHAM-Messrs. COLLIS and SON CHELTENHAM—Mr. WILLIAM LEE BIRMINGHAM—Messrs. COLLIS and SON CHELTENHAM—Mr. WILLIAM LEE MANCHESTBR-Mr. JOSEPH FEARNYHOUGH BRISTOL I MESSRS'" EDV^DS AND BRISTOL £ MESSRS< sqAMES and TRIPP. FORM OF APPLICATION. 'I To the Provisional Committee of the Cambrian and Grand Junction Railway. GENTLEMEN,—I request that you will allot to me Shares of £ 20 each, in the above Railway, and I hereby undertake to accept the same, or any less number you may allot me, and to pay the deposit of 1:2 2s. per Share thereon, and to sign the Parliamentary Contract and Subscribers' Agreement when required. Dated this day of September, 1845. Name in full Place of Business or Profession Residence. Business or Profession Signature Name, Residence, and Profession, of Referee..
SOUTH WALES TURNPIKE TRUSTS.I
SOUTH WALES TURNPIKE TRUSTS. Notice is hereby given, I THAT the Commissioners for carrying into execution an Act of parliament passed in the 2nd Session of the 5th Year of the reign of Her present Majesty, inti- tuled An Act to authorize the advance of money out of the Consolidated Fund to a limited amount for carry- c, ing on Public Works and Fisheries and Employment "of the Poor, and to amend the Acts authorizing the issue of Exchequer Bills for the like purposes," have appointed the 23rd day of SEPTEMBER instant for pay- ment to the parties entitled thereto of the several Sums of Money fixed by the Awards of the South Wales Turn- pike Trusts Commissioners, dated respectively the 1st day of January, and the 25th day of March, 1845, relating to the New Mill Trust, in the County of Glamorgan, toge- ther with Interest on such Sums after the rate of E3 per cent. per annum, computed from the respective dates of the said Awards to the said 23rd day of September instant, the day appointed for Payment. And NOTICE IS HERETBY FURTHER GIVEN, That the several Sums fixed by the Awards above-mentioned, with such Interest as before-mentioned, will be payable at this Office on and after the said 23rd day of September instant, between the hours of 11 and 2 o'clock, but the Sums awarded will cease to bear interest from the day appointed for Payment of the same. Dated this 4th day of September, 1845. By order of the Public Works Loan Commissioners, J. s. BRICKWOOD, South Sea House, London. Secretary.
I Glamorganshire County Roads…
Glamorganshire County Roads Board. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TOLLS arising at the following Toll Gates, in the County of Glamorgan, 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 Glamorgan, on SATURDAY, the 11TH day of OCTOBER, 1845, between the hours of Twelve o'Clock at Noon, and Two o'Clock in the After- noon 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 4th, 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. j LOT 1.—Bonvilstone Gate. 2.-Cowbridge East, South, and West Gates. 3.-Bridgend East Gate, at the junction of Ewenny and Brocastle Roads, Brincethin Gate, and Coychurch Gate. 4.-Bridgend West Gate, Aberkenfig Gate, and Red Hill Gates. 5.-pwllypant Gate. 6.—Bedwas Bridge or Porset Gate. 7.-Lanvabun Gate. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder must at the same time pay one Month in advance of the rent at which such Tolls or any part thereof may be Let, and give Security with sufficient sureties to the satisfaction of the County Roads Board of the said County, for the Payment of the est of the Money Monthly, or as may be directed. THOMAS DALTON, Clerk to the Board. Cardiff, 8th Sept. 1845,
Notices. WANTED immediately, TWO YOUNG MEN in VT the Drapery Business. Apply to T. Heme, Albion House, Cardiff. September 11th, 1845. C1 EORGE LEWIS begs to acquaint his Friends, that |" the Witchurch Floral and Horticultural Dinner will take place at the Three Elms, at 6 o'clock on the evening of the 24th inst. tW Tickets to be had on the Premises Wauntreoda, Sept. 11th, 1845. Lodging alul Boarding House, 21, COLLEGE GREEN, BRISTOL, (Lately conducted by the Misses PERRY). MRS. BAYNTON has just R E-OPENED the above old and well-known Establishment with man}' and considerable improvements: she flatters herself that her management and attention to the comfort of those who may honourher with tli -ir support will ensure satisfaction. FROM TREBANNOG FACH FARM, in the Parish of Penderrin, in the County of Brecon, on Saturday the 6th inst., (supposed to have been stolen,) A DARK BROWN MARE, four years old, between 13 and 14 hands in height, with a white star in the forehead, and a white mark a little above the nostrils, small head, and eyes deep in the sockets, small and prominent ears, a switch tail, of handsome symmetry, and active movements, but particularly docile there is a small wart on the side of the breast. Whoever will give such information as may lead to the discovery of the said Mare, if stolen, shall receive a re- ward of E2 on conviction of the offender or offenders, but if strayed, will be handsomely rewarded, on applica- tion to Mr. David Llewellin, of Hirwain Iron Works, near Merthyr Tydvil. Hirwain Iron Works, 8th Sept., 1845. ARMY CONTRACTS. Office of Ordnance, Pall Mall, 27th August, 1845. NOTICE is hereby given to all Persons desirous of Contracting to Supply MEAT, BREAD, OATS, AND FORAGE, To Her Majesty's Land Forces (Bread and Meat for the Foot Guards and for the Household Cavalry excepted) in Cantonments, Quarters, and Barracks, in the Counties of England severally, in Wales, in North Britain, in the Isle of Man, and in the Channel Islands, for SIX MONTHS from the 1st November next, inclusive and also STRAW FOR PAILLASSES, At the several Barracks and Ordnance Stations in Great Britain and in the Channel Islands, for ONE YEAR, from 1st November next. That Proposals in Writing, addressed to the Secretary to the Board of Ordnance; sealed up and marked on the outside Tender for Army Supplies, will be received at the Ordnance Office, Pall Mall, on or before Wednesday, the Eighth day of October next, and Tenders may be delivered at any Time during that Day. The Correspondence relating to the Contracts for Com- missariat Supplies cannot pass free from postage. Persons who make Tenders, are desired not to use any Forms but those which may be had upon application at the Office of the Secretary to the Board of Ordnance in Pall Mall. By Order of the Board, R. BYHAM, Secretary. Foreign and Illegal Lotteries. NOTICE. STAMPS AND TAXES, LONDON, 8th September, 1845. BY an Act of the last Session of Parliament (8th & 9th Victoria, Cap. 74,) the power of suing for the Penalty of JE50 imposed by the 6th & 7th Wm. 4, Cap. 66, in respect of the publishing or advertising of Foreign or other Illegal Lotteries is limited to the Attorney or Solicitor General in England and Ireland, the Advocate General and Solicitor General in Scotland, the Solicitor of Stamps and Taxes in England or Scotland, and the Solicitor of Stamps in Ireland, or any person authorized in writing by the Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes, or any officer of Stamp Duties. By the before-mentioned Act of 6th & 7th Wm. 4, Cap. 66, it is enacted, "that if any person shall print or publish or cause to be printed or published any Adver- tizement or other Notice of or relating to the Drawing U or intended Drawing of any Foreign Lottery, or of any Lottery or Lotteries not authorized by some Act or II Acts of Parliament, or if any person shall print or publish or cause to be printed or published any Adver- .1 tizement or other Notice of or for the sale of any Ticket or Tickets, Chance or Chances, or of any Share or Shares of any Ticket or Tickets, Chance or Chances, of or in any such Lottery or Lotteries as aforesaid, or any Advertizement or Notice concerning or in any manner relating to any such Lottery or Lotteries, or any Ticket, Chance, or Share, Tickets, Chances, or Shares, thereof or therein, every person so offending shall for every such offence forfeit the sum of Fifty Pounds." The Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes hereby give public Notice, that any Person publishing any Advertize- ment, or giving anv other notice relating to any Foreign Lottery or other Illegal Lottery, or offending in any respect against the provision of the Act last above quoted, will be prosecuted for the penalty incurred by so doing. .By Order of the Board, THOMAS KEOGH, Assistant Secretary. .CAUVIOI Against illegally sending, collecting, conveying, or deliver- ing Letters. BY the Act of the 1st VICTORIA, c. 36, sec. 2, every Person who despatches or sends, or causes to be sent, or tenders or delivers in order to be sent otherwise than by Post, a Letter not exempted from the exclusive privilege of the Postmaster General, forfeits for every Letter Five Pounds. Every Person who receives, takes up, or collects any Letter not exempted from the exclusive privilege of the Postmaster General, forfeits for every Letter Five Pounds. Every Person who conveys otherwise than by Post, or delivers a letter not exempted from the exclusive privi- lege of the Postmaster General, forfeits for every Letter Five Pounds. Ever) Person who tnakes a collection of exempted Letters for the purpose of conveying or sending them otherwise than by Post, or even by the Post, forfeits for every Letter Five Pounds. And every Person who is in the practice of committing any of the above mentioned acts, forfeits for every week during which the practice is continued One Hundred Pounds. By the 13th section, pecuniary penalties incurred under the post-Office Acts, not exceeding JE30, may be reco- vered in a summary way before a Justice of the Peace, by any Person who will sue for the same; one moiety whereof will belong to the Crown, and the other moiety with full costs of suit, to the Person who informs and prosecutes. Magistrates, Clerks of the Peace, and Town Clerks, are to pay over and remit the Crown's share of the penalties in strict conformity to the directions of the 16th section. The following Letters are exempted from the exclusive privilege of the Postmaster General, viz.: Letters sent by a private Friend in his way, journey, or travel, if delivered by such Friend to the party to whom they shall be directed; Letters sent by a messenger on purpose Commissions or returns thereof, and Affidavits and Writs, Process or Proceedings, or returns thereof, issuing out of a Court of Justice; Letters sent out of the United Kingdom by a private Vessel; Letters of Merchants, Owners of Vessels of Merchan- dize, or of the cargo or loading therein sent by such vessels, or in charge of any person employed by such Owners for the carriage of such Letters, according to their respective directions, and delivered to the respective persons to whom they shall be directed, without paying or receiving hire or reward, or other advantage or profit for the same; Letters concerning goods or merchandize sent by com- mon known Carriers to be delivered with the goods without hire or reward, or other profit, or advantage, for receiving or delivering such Letters. But the following persons are expressly forbidden to carry a Letter, or to receive, or collect, or deliver a Let- ter, although they shall not receive hire or reward for the same, viz. Common known Carriers, their servants or agents, except a Letter concerning goods in their carts or wag- gons, or on their pack horses, and Owners, Drivers, or Guards of Stage Coaches. By Command, W. L. MABERLY, Secretary. ■ ■ ilotirrs. Just Published, in Imperial Quarto, bound ill Cloth, price £ 1 Is. 0d. Delineations of Iloinaii AnUquHies Found at CAEHLEON, the ancient ISCA SILU RUM, I and the Neighbourhood, BY JOHN EDWARD LEE. THIS Work contains Twenty-seven Plates of unpub- JL lished Roman Antiquities, viz:—Samiau Ware, and other Pottery; Impresses and Legionary Stamps; Glass Ossorium Fibulce, Rings, Brass and Bronze Ornaments, &€. Sculptures, and Inscriptions. Together with brief notices of Caerleon and the Neighbourhood descriptions of the Plates; and an Appendix giving the Inscriptions already published. Also, a Catalogue of Coins by the Rev. C. W. King, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. > The Figures of Enamelled Ornaments are coloured. Only 150 Copies have been Printed. London Published by Longman, Brown, Green, and Longman; and sold by D. Morris, Lithographer, 3, Llanarth-street, (opposite the West of England Bank), Newport; Strong, Bristol; Morgan, Abergavenny; Cussons,Hull; Sunter, York; Slocombe and Co., Leeds [ and all other Booksellers. j
COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. I
COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. Notice is hereby Given, THAT JOHN WILSON & EDWARD CROMPTON [ LLOYD HALL, Esquires, the Barristers appointed to Revise the Lists of Voters for the County of Glamorgan, will make a Circuit, and hold Courts for such Revision, at the several Times and Places hereinafter mentioned; ,and every Overseer of the Poor is to attend the Court to be holden for Revising the Lists relating to the Parish or Place of which he is Overseer, and bring with him all Notices of Claim and Notices of Objection received by him, or he will become liable to a penalty not exceeding Five Pounds. The several Courts will be opened at the following times and places, that is to say At the TOWN-HALL, CARDIFF, on Tuesday, the 23rd day of September, 1845, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Saint Andrews, Barry, Bonvilstone, Saint Bride's Super Ely, Cadoxton juxta Barry, Cogan, Saint Fagans, Saint Georges, Highlight, Lancarvan East, Lan- carvan West, Landough, Laniltern, Lavernock, Leckwith, Saint Lythans, Merthyrdovan, Michaelstone Le Pit, Michaelstone Super Ely, Saint Nicholas, Penarth, Peter- stone Super Ely, Sully, and Wenvoe. At the TOWN-HALL, CARDIFF, on Wednesday, the 24th day of September, 1845, at Ten o'clock in the fore- noon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Ham- r lets, and Places of Canton, Cayra, Ely, Fairwater, Ga- <t balva, L'mdaff, Lanedarne, Lanishen, Lisvane, Roath, Whitchurch Lower; and also the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Cardiff Town, Lanvedow, Radyr, and Whitchurch Higher.' At the TOWN-HALL, COWBRIDGE, on Friday, the 26th day of September, 1845, at. Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the Parish of Penlline; and also the Lists of the several Parishes, .« Hamlets, or Places of Saint Athan, Town of Cowbridge, Welsh St. Donatt's, Eglwysbrewis, Flemingstone, Gile- stone, Saint Hilary, Llanblethian, Landough, Lanharry, Lanilid, Lanmaes, Lanmihangle, Lansanor, Lantwitmajor, Lysworney, Saint Mary Church, Pendoylon, Ystradowe:l, Colwinstone, Saint Donatt's, Landow, Saint Mary Hill, Lantrithyd, Lanvithen, Penmark East and West, and Porthkerrpr At the TOWN-HALL, BRIDGEND, on Saturday, the 27th day of September, 1845, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Baydeu, Bettws, St. Brides Minor, Coity Higher, Coity Lower, Coychurch Higher, Coy- church Lower, Cwmdu, Havodyporth, Lalestone Higher, Lalestone Lower, Newcastle Higher, Newcastle Lower Pencoyd, Peterstone-super-Montem, Trissent, Tytheg- f stone Lower, Saint Andrews Minor, Saint Brides Major, Ewenny, Landevoduck, Langan, Langeinor, Lanphey, Marcross, Merthyrmawr,Monknash, Southerdown, Wick, and Ynisawdre. At PYLE INN, on Monday, the 29th day of Septem- ber, 1845, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Llangonoyd Higher, Llangonoyd Middle, Newton Not- tage, Newton Hamlet, Pyle, and Tythegstone Higher, Brombill and Margam, Kenfig Higher, Kenfig Lower, and Kenfig Borough. At the TOWN-HALL, NEATH, on Wednesday, the 1st day of October, 1845, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Aberavon, Alltgreeg, Baglan Higher, Baglan Lower, Blaeneagle, Blaenhonddan, Caegurwen, Clyne, Dyffryn Clydach, Dylais Higher, Dylais Lower, Michael- stone Higher, Michaelstone Lower, Resolven, and Ynysymond. At the TOWN-HALL, NEATH, on Thursday, the 2nd day of October, 1845, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Blaengwrach, Briton Ferry, Coedfrank, Glyn- corrwg, Killebebyll, Lantwit Lower, Neath Town, Neath Higher, Neath Lower, Neath Middle, and Parcel Mawr Languicke. At the TOWN-HALL, SWANSEA, on Saturday, the 4th day of October, 1845, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Iscoed, Lansamlet Higher, Lansamlet Lower, Parcel Clase Higher, Parcel Clase Lower, Parcel Mawr Higher, Parcel Mawr Lower, Penderry Higher, Penderry Lower, Rhyndwyclydach Higher, Rhyndwyclydach Lower, and Saint Thomas. At the TOWN-HALL, SWANSEA, on Monday, the 6th day of October, 1845, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Bishopstone, Cheriton, Glynlloughor, Gwenlais, Saint John's, Ilstone, Knelstone, Landewy, Langenith, Lanmadock, Lanrhidian Higher, Lanrhidian Lower, Loughor Borough, Nicholstone, Oystermouth, Oxwich, Penmain, Pennard, Penrice, Porteynon, Priskedwin, Reynoldstone, Rossilly, Town of' Swansea, Swansea Higher, Swansea Lower, Tyrbrenin, Walterstone, Kille- bion, and Ynislloughor. At the VESTRY-ROOM, MERTHYR-TYDVIL, on Wednesday, the 8th day of October. 1845, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the Parishes or Places of Merthyr-Tydvil, and Gellygare, and of all Hamlets, Townships, and Places within the same. At the TOWN-HALL, ABERDARE, on Thursday, V the 9th day of October, 1845, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Clydach, Home Pen Rees, Rhigos, Ystradyfo- dwg Middle, and Aberdare, aud of all Hamlets and Townships therein. At CAERPHILLY, on Friday, the 10th day of Octo- ber, 1845, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Eglwysilan, Garth-Lanvabon, Glynrumney-Lanvabon, Rhydygwern, Rudry, and Van. At the TOWN-HALL, LANTRISSENT, on Saturday, the 11th day of October, 1845, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to Revise the Lists of the several Parishes, Hamlets, or Places of Castella, Gellywion, Glynconnon, Havodrinog, i/ Lanharran, Lantwit Vardre, Miskin Hamlet, Pentyrch, f Trane, and Town of Lantrissent. And at the Last of the aforesaid Courts will be Revised the Lists of all other Parishes, Hamlets, Townships, and Places in the said County (if any) which are not herein- before mentioned or referred to. WOOD, Clerk of the Peace. Cardiff, September 5, 1845.
COUNTY OF BRECON
COUNTY OF BRECON Notice is hereby Given. THAT ROBERT CHARLES NICHOLL CARNE and WILLIAM ROBERT GROVE, Esquires, or one of them, the Barristers appointed to REVISE THE LISTS OF VOTERS, in the Election of a Knight of the Shire for the County of Brecon, in the year 184), will make a Circuit of the said County, and hold Courts for that purpose, at the times and places following; and that each of the said Courts will be holden at the hours hereinafter mentioned respectively (that is to sav) :— At the GWYNNE'S ARMS INN, CEFNCOED- YCYMMAR, on Monday, the 15th day of September instant, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, for revising the Lists for the Parishes of Vayuor, Penderin, and Ystradfellty. At the OLD TOWN-HALL, BRECON, on Tuesday, the 16th of the same month, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for revising the Lists of the Hamlet of Glyn, in the Parish of Devynnock, the Parishes of Llanspyddid and Saint David's, and all the Parishes and Places in the Hundreds of Merthyr and Penkelly, (except Llandilo'rfane and Vaynor,) and also for revising the Lists of County Voters A for the several Parishes and Places in the Borough of Brecon, and the several Parishes or Places of Cathedine, Crickadam North Division, Crickadarn South Division, Llangorse, Llanfihangel Tallyllyn, Llandefalley North Division, and Llalldefalley South Division, in the Hun- dred of Talgarth. At the HULL'S HEAD INN, DEVYNNOCK, on Wednesday, the 17th of the same month, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, for revising the Lists for the Hamlets of Cray. Glyntawy, Maescar, and Senny, in the Parish of Devynnock, and the Parishes of Llywell, Ystradgunlais, and Llandilo'rfane. At the LION INN, BUILTH, on Thursday, the 18th of the same month, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for revis- ing the Lists for all the Parishes and Places within the Hundred of Builth, and also for the several Parishes or > Places of Gwenddwr North Division, and Gwenddwr South Division, in the Hundred of Talgarth. At the SWAN INN, HAY, on Friday, the 19th of the same month, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for revising the Lists of the several Parishes and Places following that is to say, Aberllunvey, Glasbury, Pipton Hamlet, Hay Parish, Hay Town, Llanigon, and Glynfach Hamlet. At the ASH BURN HAM ARMS INN, TALGARTH, on Saturday, the 20th of the same month, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for revising the Lists of the several Parishes and Places following that is to say, Broynllis, Llanelieu, Llyswen, Borough of Talgarth, Forest Hamlet, Pwlly- wrach Hamlet, and Trevecka Hamlet. At the TOWN HALL, CRICKHOWELL, o.i Mon- day, the 22ud of the same month, at Nine o'clock in the Forenoon, for revising the Lists of all the Parishes and Places in the Hundred of Crickhowell, and for the Ham- lets of Groyne Fawr and Groyne Fechan, in the Parish and Hundred of Talgarth and for all Parishes and Places (if any) not hereinbefore appointed for any other Place, and for all Parishes and Places (if any) which shall not have been previously revised. JOHN POWELL, Clerk of the Peace. Brecon, September the 2ad, 1845, /I