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GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY ROADS.
GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY ROADS. NORTHERN DISTRICT. PERSONS desirous to Contract for the supply of QUARRY, RIYER, 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. of d? Name of Turnpike Road in the Cubic o v. Turnpike Road. parish of Yards. 1 Mo?rlhJr"TydVil I Merthyr.Tydvil 210 & Abergavenny ) 2 Llangunider 150 3 „ Bedwelty. 290 I 'SdStaK?!?. 5 •» 5 „ Aberdare. 250 6 Penderin. 120 7 „ Ystradyfodwg 450 8 ] Merthyr.Tydvil 643 an ar l!l. ) 9 „ Llanvabon 240 10 „ Eglwysillan 680 11 Llantrissant Llantwit & Eglwysillan.. 80 12' „ Llantrissant. 6tO 13 „ Llanharran 120 14 Caerphilly a.nd } Eg "'40 Q ua k er s Y a rd 15 Llanvabon 400 16 Nc"s;.y"d.} »»» 17 Aberdare Llanvabon & Llanwyn 250 18 Aberdare. 460 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 lOcubic 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, Merthyr Tydfil.
COURTS LEET AND BARON. GLAMORGANSHIRE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the COURTS LEET of our Sovereign Lady the QUEEN, and GENERAL COURTS BARON of the Most Honorable JOHN CRICHTON STUART, MARQUESS OF BUTE, and EARL OF DUMFRIES, BARON CARDIFF, of Cardiff Castle, Lord of the several Manors hereinafter named, will be holden at the times and places following:— For the Manors of Lystalybont, Roath Dogfield, Roath Tewkesbury, Spittle, Whitefriars, and Kibbor, at the Dwelling-House of Amy Thomas, Innkeeper, called the Cross Keys, situate in the Town of Cardiff, on Monday, the 29th day of September instant, at One o'clock in the afternoon. — For the Manor of Glynronthy, at the Dwelling-House of David Naunton, Innkeeper, at Pandy, on Tuesday, the 30th day of September instant, at 12 o'clock at noon. For the Manors of Lequeth, Landough, Cogan, Cos- meston, and Walterstone, at the Dwelling-House of Nicholas Rimbron, Innkeeper, situate at Lequeth, on Wednesday, the 1st day of October next, at 12 o'clock at noon. For the Manors of Senghenith-supra-et-subtus, cum Membris Whitchurch, Rudry et Lanvedw, at the Dwel- ling-Housa of Mary Harris, Widow, at Caerphilly, on Thursday, the 2nd day of October next, at Twelve o'clock at noon. For the Manor of Miskin-cum-Membris, Pentyrch and Clun, at the Town-Hall, Lantrissent, on Friday, the 3rd day of October next, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon. For the Manor of Ruthin, at the Dwelling-House of John Jones, Innkeeper, Lanharran, on Friday, the 3rd day of October next, at One o'clock in the afternoon. For the Manor of Llanblethian, at the Dwelling-House of James Ballard, Innkeeper, situate at Cowbridge, on Monday, the 6th day of October next, at 12 o'clock at noon. For the Manors of Boverton, Lantwit, and Lantwit Rawley, at the Dwelling-House of William John, Inn- keeper, situate at Lantwit Major, on Thursday, the 9th day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. For the Manors of Lanmaes, Bedford, and Malefant, at the Dwelling-House of William Williams, Innkeeper, situate at Lanmaes, on Thursday, the 9th day of October next, at 12 o'clock ht noon. When and where all persons who owe Suit and Service to the said several Courts, are required to attend, and pay their resrective Quit Rents, Fines, and other Rents due to the Lord of the said Manors. EDWARD PRIEST RICHARDS, STEWARD. Cardiff, 19th September, 1845. Britannia Life Assurance Company, No. 1, PRINCE'S STREET, B\NK, LONDON. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament IV. Viet. cap. IX. DIRECTORS. William Hardgett, Esq I Robert EglintoD, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Rsq I Erasmus Robt. Foster, Esq, Wm. Fechney Black, Esq I Peter Morrison, Esq. George Cohen, Esq I Henry Lewis Smale, Elq Millis Coventry, Esq | John Drewatt, ESQ AUDITORS. J. B. Bevington,Esq.—F. P. Cockerill, Esq.—J. D. Dow, Esq. MEDICAI. OFFICKR. John Clendinning,M,D., F.R.S.,16, Wimpole St., Cavendish Square. STANDING COUNSEL. The Hon. John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Inn.—Mr. Serjeant Murphy, M.P., Temple. SOLICITOR. William Devan, Esq., Old Jewry. BANKERS- Messrs. Drewett and Fowler, Princes Street, Bank. This Institution is empowered by a Special Act of Parlia- ment, and is so constituted as to afford the benefits of Life Assurance in their fullest extent to Policy-Holders, and to present greater facilities and accommodation than are usaally offered by any other Companies. Among others, the following Important Advantages may be numerated:- Increasing Hates of Premium, on a new and remarkable plan for securing Loans or Debts a lest immediate payment being required on a policy for the whole term of life than tn any other office. CREDIT TABLE.—By this Table, the Premiums may remain unpaid for five years, upon satisfactory security being given or the liquidation of the same, at the expiration of that period. HALF CREDIT RATES OF PREMIUM. Persons assured according to these rules, are allowed credit (without security) for half the amount of the first seven Annual Premiums, paying interest thereon, at the rate of Five per Cent. per Annum, with the option of paying off the Principal at any time, or baving tbe amount deducted from the sum assured when the Policy becomes a claim. Policies may thus be effected at lower rates than are gene- rally required for the term of seven years onty whilst the holders have the same security for the payment of their claims, whenever death may happen, as if they paid double the amount of premiums, which would be charged for assnrance effected in the same way. Policies revived without the exaction of a fine, at any jime within twelve months. Extract from Increasing Rates of Premium, for an Assu- rance of £ 100, for Whole Term of Life. Age of the Assured in every case admitted in the Policy. Medical Attendants remunerated in all cases for their reports. A Board of Directors in attendance daily at 2 o'clock. | Annual Premiums payable during | First I Second Third Fourth 1 Remain Five Five Five Five der of Years. Years. Years. Years. Life. £ s. dJ £ g. d. £ s. d. £ • 8* dJjE 8. d. | 1 1 4! 1 5 10 1 10 11 1 16 2 i* 8| 1 6 4:1 12 21 19 12 1 42 17 6 1 16 1 2 4 4 2 14 6 3 7 3 4 3 4 j 2 16 7| 39 4 45556 3 £ 13 7 Extra from the Half Credit Rates of Premium. Annual Premium required for an Assurance of £100. for the whole Term of Life. —.—— Half Premium f., Whole Premium Age. seven years. after seven years £ ,;• fV 1' ». d. tO 119 2 S fi 35 14 11 2 9 io to 1 9 2 2 18 4 45 1 14 10 3 9 8 10 226 450 55 2 12 9 5 5 6 60 3 6 8 6 13 4 PETER MORRISON, Resident Director. Detailed Prospectuses, and every requisite information as tothe mode of effecting Assurances, may be obtained AGENTS— upon application to the following NEWPORT Mr. R. Jenkins, merchant. CHEPSTOW Mr. J. L. Baldwyn, solicitor. BRISTOL.. Mr, John Moxham, Bank-court, Corn-street. Mi. W, P, HwwwJ. Notices* MARK MABKJT MAKIK, Silversmith and Jeweller, NO. 9, ST. MARY-STREET, (LATE OF NO. 4. ANGEL-STRBET,) BEGS to return his grateful thanks to his Friends and the Public, for the support he has received for upwards of 20 years; and in soliciting a continuance, he flatters himself that, by arrangements he has made with a first-rate London Manufacturer, he can now pre- vent the necessity of persons going to Town to purchase Watches, being enabled to bring the London Market to their own doors, by having a Stock of Lever and other Watches, at the prices advertised in Town, with the ad. vantage of the qualities being such, that he can safely stake his word on their accuracy of performance, &c., &c., so as to give satisfaction in every transaction. All sorts of Clocks, Watches, Mathematical and Nau- tical Instruments carefully Cleaned and accurately Re- paired. N.B. AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, AND HOUSE AGENT. Cardiff, Sept. 18th, 1845. The Rhondda, Ely, & South Wales Junction Railway. (PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED) IT is proposed to make a Railway from Blaen Rhon- _L dda through the Yale of Ely, to join the South Wales Railway at or near to Lanelay Bridge, so as to open the Ports of the Bristol Channel, by cheap and easy access to the rich Mineral District of the South Glamorganshire Coal and Mineral Fields. A company is now being formed for that purpose, and a List of the Provisional Committee, which is composed of nearly all the Noblemen, Gentlemen of property and influence on the proposed Line, will be forthwith pub- lished.—This short Line of Railway, it is confidently expected, will prove one of the most successful of the Tributaries to the South Wales Railway, and will be easy of execution, cheap in its formation, and abundant in its resources as to Minerals, Manufactures, and other Traffic. WM. MORGAN, Bridgend, 16th Sept., 1845. Solicitor.
GLAMORGANSHIRE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the said County, will be holden at the GUILDHALL, in the Town of SWANSEA, in the said County, On MONDAY, the 13th day of OCTOBER next, at One of the Clock in the Afternoon, when the Justices assembled will immediately proceed to the business rela- ting to the Assessment, Application, and Management of the County Stock or Rate, and to the internal regulations of the County and at Two of the Clock of such day proceed to take into consideration the Provisions of the several Acts relating to the Establishment of County and District Constables, and to make and enter into such Rules, Orders, and Regulations relating thereto, and to the Police established within the said County, as may be thought expedient. And On TUESDAY Morning, the 14th day of OCTOBER next, at Ten o'Clock, the Court will proceed with the Trial of Appeals, Tra- versers, and Prisoners, at which time all Grand and Petty Jurors are required to attend, and the several parties in any Appeal or Traverse. And the Prosecutors and Wit- nesses on any Indictment are to be prepared to proceed immediately with their several cases. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered before the Opening of the Ses- sions. All Bills and Demands against the County Stock must be delivered into the Office of the Clerk of Peace fourteen days before the Sessions, and all Costs given or allowed by the Court must be taxed at the same Sessions, or they will not afterwards be allowed. The several acting Magistrates are requested to return all Depositions into the Office of the Clerk of the Peace at Cardiff, on or before FRIDA, Y, the JOth day of OCTOBER next. WOOD. CierI: of Peace. Cardiff, lath Sept., 1845.
BRECONSHIRE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be held at BRECON, in and for the said County, on TUESDAY, the Fourteenth day of OCTOBER next, the Justices of the Peace then and there present, in pursuance of an Act passed in the seventh and eighth years of the reign of Her present Majesty, intituled An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Turnpike Trusts in South Wales," will elect and appoint two fit and competent Persons, being Justices of the Peace acting in and for the said County, to be Members of the Board constituted in pur- suance of the said Act, for the management and controul of all Turnpike Roads lying within the said County, in the room of Lloyd Vaugban Watkins, Esquire, and John Lloyd, Esquire, who have severally resigned. Dated this 11th day of September, 1845. POWELL, Clerkjof the Peaoe.
BRECOJISHIRE SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the next i\ General QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the County of Brecon, will beheld at the SHIRE HALL. in BRECON, in and for the said County, on TUESDAY, the Fourteenth day of OCTOBER next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at which hour and place the business relating to the assessment, application, or management of the County Rate or Stock will commence. AND ALL WITNESSES in any Appeal are to be ready in Court to answer to their names at 12 o'clock at Noon on that day, when all Appellants and Respondents must also attend. Grand and Petty Jurors, Prosecutors, and Witnesses must attend on WEDNESDAY, the Fifteenth day of OCTO- BER next, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon. Depositions must be forwarded to the Clerk of the Peace 7 clear days before the Sessions, and in all cases arising subsequently immediately upon being taken. And NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all Per- sons having Claims upon the County must attend with their Accounts before the Visiting Magistrates to the Gaol at the Shire Hall, Brecon, on TUESDAY, the Seventh day of OCTOBER next, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon, when such several Accounts will be audited. And NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVES, That all Costs of Prosecutions to be allowed by the County must be taxed at the same Sessions previous to or during which they shall be incurred, or they will not afterwards be allowed. Appeals and Traverses for Trial must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace before the sitting of the Court at 11 o'clock on TUESDAY. POWELL, Clerk of the Peace for the County of Brecon. Brecon, 13th September, 1845.
BRIDGEi\D & COWBRIDGE UNION. PERSONS desirous of Contracting with the Board of Guardians for supplying the whole or any of the under-mentioned Articles, to be delivered at the Union Workhouse, Bridgend, at such times and in such quan- tities as the Board shall direct, are requested to send to the Union Workhouse (free of expense) Sealed Tenders, numbered, and without the name of the person tendering, addressed to The Clerk of the Bridgend and Cowbridge Union," before 10 o'clock in the morning of SATURDAY, the 27th day of SEPTEMBER instant; (that is to say) :— Bread, made of one-way Flour, at per Loaf of 41bs., (average consnmption per week, during the last quarter, 60 loaves.) Mutton, at per lb. Beef, (in Rounds, Clods, and Sticking Pieces), at per lb. The Contractor to supply, for the use of the Master's Table, such joints as he may select at the Contract Price. Raw Sugar, Pepper, Starch, and good Congou Tea, at per lb. Best Mottled Soap, at per cwt. Candles (dips), at per dozen lbs. Salt, at per cwt. Milk (to be delivered daily), at per quart Good Household Cheese, at per cwt. Fresh Butter, at per lb. East India Rice, at per cwt. 100 Yards of Calico 100 Yards of Blue Print 50 Yards of Canvass 2 Dozen Rugs 2 „ Neckerchiefs 3 Dozen Pair of Women's Stockings M Girls' Stockings 1} Dozen Men's Coats 1 n Waistcoats 2 „ Hats 2 Dozen Suits of Bojs' Clothes Men's, Women's, and Children's Shoes, and Boys' and Girls' Quarter-Boots, at per pair Samples of Bread, Sugar, Pepper, Starch, Tea, Soap, Candles, Cheese, Rice, Calico, Blue Print, Canvass, Rugs, Neckerchiefs, Stockings, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Boots and Shoes, will be required and any articles sup- plied, not corresponding with, and equal to, the Samples, will be returned. The Contracts to commence on the 27th September instant, and to continue to the 20th day of December next. N.B No Tender will be accepted that does not con- tain the name of, at least, one responsible person who will give Security for the due performance of the Contracts. By Order of the Board, WILLIAM EDMONDES, Clerk. Union Workhouse, Bridgend, 13th September, 1845. CAMBRIAN & GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY, CONNECTING SOUTH WALES with BIRMINGHAM, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, & the NORTH. [REGISTERED PROVISIONALLY.] Capital— £ 2,200,000, in 110,000 Shares of J20 each. Deposit— £ 2 2s. od. per Share. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEES. LOCAL. LONDON. St. John Cheverton Charlton, Esq., Apley Castle, Wei- Henry John Enthoven, Esq., Merchant, London, Direc- lington, High Sheriff of the County of Salop tor of the Dutch Rhenish Railway Richard Corbet, Esq., Adderley Hall, Salop Henry Lewis Smale, Esq., Doctor's Commons, London, Edmund Burnan Peteshall, Esq., Allensmore, Hereford- Director of the South Eastern Railway shire John Masterman, Jun., Esq., Banker, London, Director George Croose, Esq., Burcott House, Herefordshire of the Blaenavon Iron Company John Kerr Hastings, Esq., Manager of the Herefordshire Donald Maclean, Esq., Merchant, London, Deputy Banking Company Chairman of the Trent Valley Continuation Railway William Webb, Esq., Mayor of Hereford Frederick Ricketts, Esq., London, Deputy Chairman of William Pulling, Esq., Merchant, Hereford the Bristol and Exeter Railway. Charles Bulmer, Esq., Merchant, Hereford Charles Robert Colman, Esq., Iron Gate Wharf, London, The Rev. W. Cooke, Magistrate, Bromyard Director of the South Midland Railway W. Henry Cooke, Esq., Bromyard, and Elm Court, Charles Downes, Esq., Muswell Hill, Hornsey, Provi- Temple, London sional Director of the South Midland Railway Mr. George Griffiths, Corn Factor, Bewdley Robert Swinfen Peel, Esq., Bonehill House, near Tarn- John Watson, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Kidderminster worth, Provisional Director of the Trent Valley, Mid- George Crump, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Kidderminster laud, and Grand Junction Railway George Butcher Lea, Esq., Kidderminster John Parkinson, Esq., F.R.S., 81, Cambridge Terrace, Thomas Whitmore Wylde Browne, Esq., Woodlands, Hyde Park, Provisional Director of the South Midland near Blidgnorth, Magistrate of the County of Salop, Railway and of the Borough of Bridgnorth Sir Arthur De Capel Brooke, Bart., Oakley Park, Ket- John Baker, Esq., Dolforwyn Hall, Montgomeryshire, tering, Northamptonshire and Bridgnorth John Francis Woody, Esq., The Moat, Tamworth, Provi- W. M'Michael, Esq., Magistrate of the Borough of sional Director of the Leicester and Tamworth Railway Bridgnorth Edward Hall, Esq., West Bank, near Macclesfield, Pro- Jobn Trevor, Esq., Clerk of the Peace for the Borough of visional Director of the South Midland Railway Bridgnorth Anthony Oiekscui, Esq., M.D., Edrington House, Ber- John Jacob Smith, Esq., Town Clerk of the Borough of wickshire, late Physician General of Bengal Bridgnorth William Watson Prole, Esq., Dunster Court, Mincing- The Rer. J. F. Willetts, Cams Hall, Bridgnorth Lane, Director of the Isle of Jersey Railway William Grierson, The Grove, Bridgnorth George Emery, Esq., London, Director of the Waterford J. M. Coley, Esq., M.D., Bridgnorth and Kilkenny Railway. Joseph Hall, Esq., Bridgnorth William Gordon Thomson, Esq., 33, Gloucester Road, William Thursfield, Esq., Bridgnorth Hyde Park, Provisional Director of the South Midland John Dallewy, Esq., Bridgnorth Railway John Phillips, Esq., Bridgnorth Thomas Bramall, Esq., Mayor of Tamworth, Deputy John Green, Esq Badger Heath, near Bridgnorth Chairman of the Leicester and Tamworth Railway Joseph Southwell, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Bridgnorth James Oliver Mason, Esq., Old Broad-Street, London, Thomas Grierson, Esq., Carpet Manufacturer, Bridgnorth Director of the West Cornwall Railway John Onions, Esq., Broseley Henry Ridout Downman, Esq., 47, Upper Bedford- Richard Boycott, Esq., Banker, Broseley Place, London, Provisional Director of the South John Stephens, Esq., Albyns, near Bridgnorth Union Railway William Wyley, Esq., The Vineyard, Wellington William Peel, Esq., Bonehill House, near Tamworth Messrs. Webb, Wellington James Whiskin, Esq., 10, Upper Bedford-Place, London, John Williams, Esq., Iron Master, Ketley, Wellington Director of the London and Croydon Railway Mr. John Slaney, Wellington Edward H. Barwell, Esq., Mayor of Northampton, Mr. John Beeston, Wellington Deputy Chairman of the Northampton, Banbury, and John Walthall Hammond, Esq., Wistaston Hall, near Cheltenham Railway Nantwich Capt. J. P. M'Dougall, Fir Grove, North Brixton, Joseph Loxdale Warren, Esq., The Lodge, Market Surrey, late of the Bengal General Staff Drayton, and Consall Hall, Staffordshire William Morley, Esq., Blackheath, Director of the Union Charles Warren, Esq., Banker, Market Drayton Bank of London John Edward Wilson, Esq., The Grove, Market Drayton Thomas Farncomb, Esq., Alderman, London, Director Rev. S. H. Macauley, Hodnet Hall, Salop of London and Westminster Bank Thos. Nathaniel Webb, Esq., The Vineyard, near John Laurie, Esq., 2, Charles-Street, St. James's, London, Hereford Director of the London and Croydon Railway James Beech, Esq., The Shaw, near Cheadle John Mott, Esq., The Close, Litchfield, Director of the Samuel Ellis Bristowe, Esq., Twyford House, near Derby South Staffordshire Railway Peter Broughton, Esq., Tunstall Hall, Market Drayton William Collins, Esq., M.P. tor 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. BROMURD-WILLIAM WEST, Esq., Solicitor I BROSELEY — Messrs. PRITCHARD, POTTS, and KIDDERNI NSTEIM- Messrs. BIRD, SAUNDERS, and NICHOLLS, Solicitors BIRD, Solicitors I WELLINGTON-F. BUCKLE, Esq., Solicitor BRIRGNORTH-M. HAYWOOD WILLIAMS, Esq., MARKET DRAYTON-GFO. BURD, Esq., Solicitor Solicitor I Bankers. LONDON—Messrs. MASTERMAN, PETERS, MIL- KIDDERMINSTER Messrs. FARLEY & TURNER DRED, & Co., Nicholas-Lane BRIDGNORTH > M pRITCHARD & BOYCOTT Messrs. COCKS, BIDDDLPH, & Co., 43, BROSELEY.. J MESSIS-R Charing Cross MARKET DRAYTON—Messrs. ADAMS, ADAMS, WAR- HEREFORD-HEREFORDSHIRE BANKING COM- REN, and Co. PANY PANY 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 commetrce 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 'u" 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 — The 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 t'om the risks and delays of a sea voyage, and at one third 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 community. 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 Com; any. 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. 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 with this, the Grand Junction, South Wales, &c. The Parliamentary Contract and Subscribers' Agreement will be ready 'or S1gttature 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-L, Old Broad-Street and Messrs. SUTTON, GRIBBLE, & SUTTON, Royal Exchange. !a LIVERPOOL—Messrs. LLOYD and PRICE I KIDDERMINSTEB-Mr. C. H. SAUNDERS BIRMINGHAM—Messrs. COLLIS and SON CHELTENHAM-Mr. WILLIAM LEE MANCHESTER—Mr. JOSEPH FEARNYHOUGH R „ if Messrs. EDWARDS and SON, and BRISTOL £ MESSRS. SOAMES and TRIPP. FORM OF APPLICATION. To the Provisional Committee of the Cambrian and Grand Junction Railway. GENTLEMEN,—I request that you will allot to me Shares of JE20 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 £ 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..
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. 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.-Lanvabon Gate. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder must at the same time pay one Month in advance of the ient 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.
1 DIOCESE OFLLANDAFF. THE LORD BISHOP of the DIOCESE intends to hold his TRIENNIAL VISITATION at the times and places hereunder mentioned At ABERGAVENNY. -On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8th; At MONMOUTH °N F«")AY, OCTOBER 10th At NEWPORT On MONDAY, OCTOBBR 13th At LLANDAFF On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15th; At COWBRIDGE -ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16th. Divine Service will commence each Day at Eleven o'clock. By Order of the Lord Bishop, EDW. STEPHENS, N.P., D. Registrar. Llandaff, 16th Sept., 1845. The Schooner 6. CELBEITY, J. WILLIAMS, MASTER, IS NOW LOADING AT COTTON'S WHARF, TOOLEY-STREET, LONDON, FOR Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr, Dowlais, Aberdare, Abergavenny, Brecon, Monmouth, Pohtypool, Cow- bridge, Bridgend, and places adjacent, and will positively aail on THURSDAY, the 2nd of OCTOBER, 1845. For Freight, &c., apply to the Master on Board Mr. J. Rowe, Modetator Wharf, Newport; Mr. Thomas Richards, Abergavenny; Messrs. Prosser and Co., Bre- con Messrs. J. H. and G. Scovell, the Wharfingers, London; or to Mr. W. Pritchard, Wharf, Cardiff. London, Sept, 18th, 1845, | £ otiCC0.
WORCESTER, WARWICX, anOtUGBY…
WORCESTER, WARWICX, anOtUGBY RAILWAY, [PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED.] Capital jE900,000, in 45,000 Shares of £20 each. Deposit £2 2s. per Share. Offices, No. 5, Gresltam-street,. Bank. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. Henry George Ward, Esq., M.P., Chairman of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company Sir William Smith, Bart., Eardiston House, Worcester George Allies, Esq., Alderman of Worcester, Cwm Celyn Iron Works Richard Ashton, Esq., White Lion-court, Cornhill William Bastow, Esq., Surrey-place, London Robert Bastow, Esq., Member of the Provisional Com- mittee of the Great Eastern and Western Railway James Barker, Esq., Severn's Stoke, Worcester Charles Bleaden, Esq., Adelaide-place, London-bridge, and Coulsden Court, Surrey John Blunt, Esq., Upper Bedford-place, Director of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company Walter Chamberlain, Esq., Worcester Royal Porcelain Manufactory, Director of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company George BeauchampCole, Esq., Chester-street, Grcsvenor- place, Director of the Great Eastern and Western RailwayjCompany Mr. Jeremiah Clarke, of Macclesfield, Merchant, Direc- tor of the London and Manchester Direct Mr. William Clay Mr. James Coucher, Wool Merchant, Worcester Henry Cornfoot, Esq., Copthall-court, and Old Palace, Richmond, Director of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company Mr. George Cox, Glove Manufacturer, Worcester Edward Henry Cole, Esq., Mbnasterewin, Kildare Thomas Dowglasse, Esq., Marlborough-place, St. John's Wood, Director of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company Henry Clarke Duppa, Esq., Quarry House, Boughton Winchclsea, Kent, Director of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company Francis Davis, Esq., Pershore Thomas Davies, Esq., Powick, Worcester George Ellins, Esq., Salt Manufacturer, Droitwich George English, Esq., Needle Manufacturer, Feckenham, Redditch John English, Esq., Needle Manufacturer, Feckenham, Redditch George Farley, Esq., Henwick House, and Crowle, Wor- cestershire, Banker, Worcester Mr. Joseph Firkins, of the firm of Firkins and Co., Glove Manufacturers and Hop Merchants Henry Grasett, Esq., Chesham-street, Belgrave-square John Matthew Gutch, Esq., Banker, Worcester Mr. Edwin Gardner, Corn, Hop, and Seed Merchant, Worcester Mr. John Hughes, Wool Merchant, Clop-gate, Worcester Mr. John Hood, Merchant and Carrier, Worcester John Hall, Esq., Merchant, Worcester Joseph Hall, Esq., Alderman and Magistrate of Worcester Edmund Herbert, Esq., Powick, Worcester Henry Herbert, Esq., Powick, Worcester Mr. George Hill, of the firm of Messrs. Hill and Turley, orcester T. C. Hill, Esq., Pwllddu Colliery, Blaenavon James James, Esq., Swansea William Laurence, Esq., Brixton, Director of the Lon- don and Manchester Direct Railway William Lionel Lampet, Esq., The Highlands, Oxford- shire, Deputy Lieutenant of that county, and Warwick- place, Leamington John Wheeley Lea, Esq., Vice Chairman of the Severn Navigation Company, Managing Director of the Droit- wich Patent Salt Company, and a Director of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company John Lilly, Esq., Alderman of Worcester, Worcester Royal Porcelain Manufactory Mr. Lloyd Mr. Thomas Lucy, Albion Steam Flour.Mills, Worcester James Macmillan, Esq., Southampton, Director of the Southampton, Manchester, and Oxford Junction Railway Arthur Mann, Esq., Woburn square, Director of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company Amos Middleton, Esq., M.D., Leamington William Middleton, Esq., LansJowne-place, Leamington Henry Moss, Esq., Severn Bank, Worcester William Moore, Esq., Elm Bank, Powick, Worcester John Morton, Esq., Wick, Worcester J. B. Morgan, Esq., The Terrace, Powick, Worcester C. B. Morgan, Esq., Upper Bedford-place, Russell- square, London Robert Nuttall, Msq., Kempsey-House, Worcester J. C. Nott, Esq., Hallow, Worcester Mr. F. H. Needham, Merchant, Worcester Richard Pope, Esq., Camberwell Mr. Powell, Wine Merchant, Worcester John Pumphrey, Esq., Magistrate of Droitwich Mr. James Rea, of the firm of Messrs. Rea and Sons, Maltsters, Worcester Mr. J. P. Rea, of the firm of Messrs. Rea and Sons, Maltsters, Worcester James Reeves, Esq., Cheapside, and Leyton, Director of the Direct London and Manchester, and Great Man- chester and Rugby, and Southampton Railway Com- panies James Robertson, Esq.. Worcester Joseph Rusher, Esq., Glyn Leiros. Neath Messrs. James Smith and Sons, Needle Manufacturers, Astwood Bank, Redditch Messrs. Smith, Innes, and Co., Iron-foundry, Leamington T. G. Smith, Esq., Mayor of Droitwich B. J. Spedding, Esq., Mines Royal Copper Company, London and Neath Timothy Steward, Esq., Higham Lodge, Norwich Capt. Stewart, R.N., Bretre Terrace, Leamington Henry Stock, Esq., Beddgelert, Carnarvonshire Mr. John Stone, Worcester S. H. Steele, Abergavenny Thomas Thould, Esq., Impney ILodge iviagistrates of Droitwich Droitwich Thomas Tompkins, Esq., Droitwich ) William Trentham, Esq., Leamington John Tromley, Esq., Warwick George S. Trower, Esq., St. Mary-at-Hill, and St. James's-place, St. James's John Tolley, Esq., Westford, Magistrate of Droitwich Samuel Tombs, jun., Esq.. Town Clerk of Droitwich James Upfill, Esq., The Green, Bromyard, a Director of the Staffordshire and Shropshire and Dover and Bristol Railways Mr. Wells, Hop Merchant, Worcester John Hunt Wilson, Esq., Pershore Mr. Woodward, Hop Merchant, Worcester John Henry Walsh, Esq., Worcester Mr. James Wall, Merchant and Carrier, Worcester Mr. John Webb, Worcester John Webb, Esq., Needle Manufacturer, Feckenham Redditch Thomas Webb, Esq., Needle Manufacturer, Feckenham, Redditch Benjamin B. Williams, Esq 37, Throgmorton-street, and Bryanston Square, London, (with power to add to their number) CHIEF ENGINEER.—William Gravatt, Esq., F.R.S. ASSISTANT ENGINEER.—S. F. Griffin, Esq., C.E. SOLICITORS. Messrs. Elmslie and Preston, 47, Moorgate-street, London Henry Foley, Esq., Worcester BANKERS. London. The London and Westminster Bank, Loth- bury. "She Commercial Bank of London. Worcester.. Messrs. Farley, Lavender, and Co. LOCAL AGENTS. Droitwich Messrs. Curtle & Holyoake. Warwick and Leamington.. A. S. Field, Esq. Rugby W. F. Wratislaw, Esq. SECRETARY. John Hughes, Esq. THIS line, which, subject to the decision of the guage JL commissioners, will be constructed on the broad- guage principle, will commence at the Worcester station of the Great Eastern and Western Railway, and, pro- ceeding by Redditch and Henley-in-Arden, will touch Warwick and Leamington and end at Rugby, the terminus of the Midland Counties Railway, and of the proposed Rugby and Huntingdon Junction Railway. It will communicate with Droitwich, Studley, Alcester, and Stratford-on Avon. At Warwick it will unite with the Birmingham and Oxford Junction Railway, the Warwick and Cheltenham Railway, and the London, Warwick, Leamington, and Kidderminster Railway; and at Rugby with the London and Birmingham, the Midland counties, and the projected Rugby and Huntingdon Junction Railways. The country through which it will pass is thickly popu- lated and of the richest description. It presents no engineering difficulties, and from its population, its manufactures, and agricultural produce, it possesses sources of such abundant traffic as to render it highly remunerative to the capitalists. The object proposed is to complete the line of railway communication between the western midland, and eastern portions of the kingdom; and a glance at the map of England will show that this will be effected in the most direct manner by the present line, touching, as it will at one of its termini, a railway running direct from Swansea to Worcester, and at the other, the projected line from Rugby to Huntingdon—from which point a railway com- munication has been already provided. By means of this railway, the manufactures of all the towns and the agricultural produce of the country con- tained within its range, as well as the ports on the eastern and north-eastern coast, will have opened to them a direct and unbroken communication with the great and densely populated mineral fields of South Wales, as well as the markets of the northern portion of the principality. To the population along the line, as well as to the midland and northern portions of the kingdom, this uu- dertaking will present the most direct communication with those towns of fashionable resort—Leamington and Cheltenham. To the inhabitants of Leamington and Warwick it will open the most direct communication With the city of Worcester and South Wales whilst to the inhabitants of Worcester it will open the markets of the eastern portions of the country. The shareholders in the several railways proposed to be joined or intersected will have a preference in tht allotment of shares in this undertaking. No person will be liable for more than his deposit til! the act is obtained, and power will be applied for to allow interest. a per centum on all calls from the time o: I their respective payments, and to limit the liability of the shareholders to the amount of their subscriptions. Applications for shares, in the annexed form. to be made to the Provisional Committee, at the office, 5, Greshanj-street, London, or Messrs. John Shewell and Son. Sharebrokers, Tokenhouse-yard Messrs. B. and M. Boyd, 4, Bank-buildings, and Mr. John Smith, 8, Shorter's-court, London Mr. John Duncuft, Share- broker, Manchester; Mr. John O'Neill, Shartbroker, Manchester Messrs. Schultz and Carr, Sharebrokers. and Messrs. Reynolds and Son, Liverpool; Messrs. H. and C. Beardshaw, Sharebrokers, Leeds; Messrs. Tate and Nash, Sharebrokers, Bristol; Mr. James Peaison, Sharehroker, Birmingham Messrs. Samuel Hutchinson and Co., Sharebrokers, Bradford; Mr. William Miles, Sharebroker, Worcester; Mr. Robert Allan, Share- broker, Edinburgh Mr. William Gordon, Sharebroker, Aberdeen; Messrs. Black and Co., Sharebrokers, Buchan-street. Glasgow; and Messrs. Buchanan and Aitken, Sharebrokers, Glasgow; and Messrs. Bruce and Symes, Sharebrokers, Dublin; of whom prospectuses may be had. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES. To the Provisional Committee of the Worcester, Warwick, and Rugby Railway. Gentlemen,-I request you will allot to me shares of t20 each in the above Railway, and I hereby under- take to accept the same, or any less number you may allot me, and to pay the deposit of £2 2s. per share thereon, and to sign the parliamentary contract and sub- scribers' agreement when required. Dated this day of Sept., 1845. Name in full. 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To Drapers' Assistants. WANTED immediately, a Junior hand also a well Educated Youth, as an Apprentice. Apply, pre-paid, to E. Loveluck, Bridgend. Bridgend, Sept. 17th, 1845. ABERGAVENNY AND CRICKHOWELL HORTICULTURAL & FLORICIILTIJRAL obil2awz,a AT a Meeting of Gentlemen of Abergavenny and Crickhowell, and Neighbourhood, assembled on the 8th day of September, 1845, for the purpose of consider- ing the expediency of establishing a Floricultural and Horticultural Society, IT WAS RESOLVED,—That an Association be formed, to be called the "ABERGAVENNY & CRICKHOWELL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY;" and the following Officers were elected for the ensuing Year:— F. H. WILLIAMS, Esq., of Coldbrook Park, President; W. H. WEST, Esq., of Cliffas, Vice-President; G. W. JON ES, Esq., of Crickhowell, Treasurer; C. LLOYD, Esq., of Abergavenny, Honorary Secretary. COMMITTEE. Wm. Steel, Esq. The Rev. E. Lewis E. W. Seymore, Esq. Edw. Lloyd Powell, Esq. The Rev. C. Oxenden Wm. Ellis, Esq. Wm. Williams, Esq. Captain Lawrence Thos. Jones, Esq. A. F. Rolfe, Esq. O. Milne, Esq. Henry Vennor, Esq. E. Y. Steele, Esq. G. W. Jones, Esq. Jas. Price, Ksq. R. M. Clark, Esq. Robert Wheeley, Esq. Thos. Hughes, Esq. Mr. Jas. Saunders EXHIBITION COMMITTEE. Wm. Steel, Esq. I C. Lloyd, Esq. G. W. Jone3, Esq. R. M. Clark, Esq. Thos. Jones, Esq. Edw. Lloyd Powell, Esq. E. Y. Steele, Esq. Mr. Saunders. The FIRST SHOW will take place at the CYMREI- GXPDION HALL, Abergavenny, on WEDNESDAY, the FIRST Day of OCTOBER next. All Flowers in Pots, brought for exhibition, must be mossed. The List of Prices, and Rules of the Society, can be obtained by application to the Secretary, at Abergavenny. A BAND will be in attendance on the Day of the Show.-A DINNER will take place at the ANGEL HOTEL, at Six o'clock: Tickets, 3s. Od. CORNELIUS LLOYD, Honorary Secretary. TO CAPITALISTS AND OTHERS. DESIRABXiE INVESTMENT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. 11. M. PARTRIDGE, At the KING'S HEAD INN, in the Town of Newport, on WEDNESDAY, the 1st day of OCTOBER, 1845, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be then produced, and in such Lots as shall be then determined on, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given, THE undermentioned valuable LANDED AND MI- NERAL PROPERTY, late of Mr. WILLIAM .1 LAWRENCE, of Bassalleg, deceased, being in the Parish of Monythusloyne, in the County of Monmouth, within half a mile of the Works at Abercarne, and very conve- niently situate within a short distance of the train-roads, the canal, and the turnpike-ioad from Abercarne to Newport. All thatFARM and LAN DS with convenient FARM- HOUSE and Outbuildings, called Sych Pant," and "Caia Pen Ilhiw darren," containing about Sixty-one Acres, in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Phillips, as tenant thereof. And also all those FOUR DWELLING-HOUSES, STABLES, and Premises, together with several Parcels of Lands, thereto adjoining, containing about Thirteen Acres, called" Scibbor Genol," and now in the occupa- tion of Mr. Thomas Thomas, as tenant thereof. And all those Pieces or Parcels of Land, called Caia duon Bach," containing about Fourteen Acres, in the occupation of Thomas Elias, as tenant thereof. The above Estates are Copyhold of the Manor of Aber- carne. The whole of the minerals under Sych Pant and Caia duon Bach properties, are unworkelt, and the Upper Monythusloyne Vein of Red Ash Coal has been partially worked under the Schibbor Genol Farm. To view the respective properties, apply to the respec- tive tenants, or to Mr. REES EDWARD REES, of Pant- rhiwgoch, near Castletown, and for further particulars, and to treat, to the Auctioneer, or to Messrs. PROTHERO, TOWGOOD, & FOX, Solicitors, Newport.
foreign Intelligence. FRANCE-—The French journals of Saturday, remark upon the late occurrences at Madrid as proving the discontent of the people to have arisen from a reckless- ness of character which threatens repetitions of the same scenes so long as the present ministers remain in office. The National says that it is impossible to depend upon any account from Madrid, as the liberal journals dare not speak out, and private letters are all read, and if treating of political occurrences intercepted. The Paris papers of Sunday-hardly contain one word of what may be termed of political import. SPAIN.—Madrid papers contain an account of a public disturbance, which took place in that capital on the 5th instant. It appears that at about ten o'clock several groups presented themselves in front of the barracks del Posito, in which is the regiment of infantry of Navarre. A few soldiers of this regiment, having attempted to disperse the mob, were fired upon, and an officer was killed, and another severely wounded. Upon this the troops fired and charged, and the rioters fled towards the quarter de las Solesas, where they were met by another regiment, which a'so fired upon them. Here ended the affair. We are not told whether any of the rioters were killed, but a few, it is said, were made prisoners. According to two of the journals this demon- stration on the part of the rioters was connected with a plot in which 600 conspirators were engaged, who were to seize upon the artillery, assassinate the officers who should oppose them, and, with the aid of a portion of the soldiery, carry on operations on n large scale. By accounts dated the 8th instant, we learn that the city enjoyed a freedom from disturbances. It was rumoured that on the following day one of the persons engaged in the vtneute of the 5th would be shot, as well as an officer, charged with having received money from the conspira- tors. The Gazette publishes instructions for the execution of the tribute law, beginning with the principal town of each province, and so on with other localities. The tribute is, with regard to lands, taken in the net produce of agricultural productions and cattle; with regard to commerce, the profits on goods, on industry, and on lodgings. RUSSIA.—Prince Woronzoff has received an order to repair to Bessarabia, to have an interview with the Em- peror relative to the &)tairs of the Caucasus. It is said here that Prince Woronzoff was opposed to the last plan of operations, but the Emperor was very positive, and gave him strict injunctions to penetrate into the interior of the mountains. Public opinion in general, even in the army, pronounces itself against the war in the Caucasus, which imposes such great sacrifices upon the country. It was the general wish that the Government should have recourse to pacific means, and leave it to time and civilisation to effect by degrees the submission of those mountaineers, but the Emperor is not of this opinion; he fears lest the successive checks which' his army has sustained in the Caucasus should destroy the iufluence Russia has acquired in Asia. Thus, notwith- standing the exhaustion of the Treasury, and the incom- plete state of the regiments in the Caucasus, he is anxious that his army should take revenge, and that ere the year expires. THE UNITED STATES —The Hibemia steamer arrived at Liverpool from Amtfiica on Sunday last, having made her usual rapid passage. She sailed from itoston on Monday, the 1st instant, and brought news of the Great Britain steamer having sailed from New York 'JD the afternoon of Saturday, the 30th ult. The news brought, though extending over the full fortnightly pe- riod, is unusually barren in topics of political interest. All the good folks of the United States seem too busy to be thinking of any thing else save cotton, corn, railways, aid such like. Mexican affairs are endeavoured to be represented as certain to result in war, but this assump- tion is denounced as such by all reasoning people. The war fever is all talk, and every day shows the utter ab- surdity of entertaining such notions. There appears to be a movement going on just now in the Oregon terri- tory in favour of an independent government. A grand entertainment had been given on board the Great Brita;n steamer, at New York. at which the following toasts were given I. The merchants of Bristol-the first to risk their wealth in trans-Atlantic Steam Navigation— the thanks of both nations are justly their due."—41 5?. The President of the United States."—"3. The Queen of Great Britain & Ireland."—"4. Capt. Hosken, whose skill and deportment have secured the confidence of the public with a well-deserved popularity-may the measure of his success correspond with the magnitude of his com- mand."—" 5. The memories of Watt and Fulton-in the Great Britain we witness the grandest triumph of their art, an,1 the "proudest monument of their geiiius. —The pacific influence of steam—it makes all nations neighbours, and neighbours should never quarrel. "The cities of Liverpool and New York-honourable competitors in commercial enterprise." -Captain Hosken stated his belief that the Great Britain was as strong and substantial a ship as ever was built, and that although some improvements might be made in thefalm of the propelling power, he considered the Great Britain as a successful experiment, and one destined to command public confidence. The news from Texas is quite unin- teresting. TAHITI.—In Tahiti the state of public affairs re- mained unsettled. The public mind seemed to be in suspense, waiting the arrival of the English admiral. In the meantime, however, the French are carrying forward their public works and fortifications. Queen Pomare still remained at Raintea, off which'and Huahine thP steamer Phaeton was cruising. The Sarsh Ami brings the confirmation of the death of Captain Forbes, and also the supposed seizure of the Will Watch, by the French steamer, for the illegal sale of muskets to the natives. The American brig Elizabeth, Captain King, of Salem, with arms and ammunition for the Feejees, was at Tahiti last day of March. The French soldiers were kept con- stantly on board to prevent her landing arms, and the French steamer was to see her clear off the islands.
DONCASTER RACES. TUESDAY. The Fitzwilliam Stakes were won in a canter by Trueboy, beating Little John. Match, 200.—Nottingham beat Semiseria by a length. Champagne Stakes. Lord G. Bentinek's Princess Alice (Abdale) 1 M r. O'Ri-ieu's Traverser 2 Colonel Anson's Iago 3 Won by a length. Malcolm, Fair Star, Banana, Free Lance, Prospect, Kismet, Mansfield, Sheraton, Stockport filly, and Peri colt also started. The Queen's Plate wa»won in a canter by The Shadow, beating Jinglepot. The Cleveland Handican. Mr. Meiklam's Godfrey (Lye) ] Lord Chesterfield's Knight of the Whistle 2 Lord Eglinton's Quebec 3 Mr. Wiggins' Fair Charlotte 4 Mr. Hornby's Cock Robin 5 Sweepstakes of 500 sovs. each. Lord G. Bentinek's Bnnui (Nat) I Lord Maidstone's Tom Tulloch 2 THE LEGER. Ould Ireland is this day declared not to start; he is said to have been lamed by a kick frrm Stomacher on Monday. Weatherbit had a good gallop this morning, went quite sound, and has since been backed at 5 to 1. WEDNESDAY. The Great St. Leger Stakes of 50 sovs. each, h ft., for three-yr-olds; colts, 8st 71b; fillies, 8st 21b. The owner of the second horse to receive 200 sovs. out of the stakes, and the third to save his stake. The win- ner to pay 100 sovs. towards expenses. St. Leger course. One hundred and one subs. Mr. Watts's The Baron. ( F. Butler) 1 Major Yarburgh's Miss Sarah (Holmes) 2 Mr. Mostyn's Pantasa.(Marlow) 3 The following also started, but were not placed Major Yarburgh's Red Robin (Templeman) 0 Sir R. Bulkeley's Chertsey.(Cartwrig-ht) 0 Lord Chesterfield's Twig (Simpson) 0 Mr. Gully's Weatherbit (Nat) 0 Mr. Ferguson's Clear-the-Way.(Robinsou) 0 Mr. Lane Fox's June (J°y)- • 0 Mr. St. Paul's Mentor (Lye) 0 Mr. A. Johnstone's Annandale (Marson) 0 Mr. Ramsay's Mid-Lothian (H. Bell) 0 Mr. Painter's The Pacha (Whitehouse) 0 Mr. Hesseltine's Fitzallen .(Bumby) 0 Lord Miltown's Duc-an-Durras (G. Edwards) 0 Betting.-5 to 2 agst Miss Sarah (at" one time 2 to 1 taken); 4 to 1 agst Mentor (taken); 8 to 1 agst The Pacha; 10 to 1 agst Wea'herbit; 10 to 1 agst Pantasa (taken); 1*2 to I agst Annandale ftaken); 16 to 1 agst The Baron; 25 to 1 agst Duc-an-Durras; 30 to I agst Mid-Lothian; 35 to 1 agst Fitzallen; 50 to 1 agst Chertsey; 100 to I agst Clear-the-Way 100 to 1 agst June. Won by a length. Annandale a good fourth. A very fast race. 1
General ittigcfUang* CA.UTION .-Intelligence has been received at Lloyd's, that masters of vessels have been fined several hundred pounds at the Cape of Good Hope, because the christian names of the seamen were not all signed in full, as re- quired by the new act. BRISTOL SUGAR MARKET, SEPT. 17.—The demand for all descriptions of British Plantation sugar continues extremely good, and the offices have been again cleared at an advance of fully Is. per cwt. There have been a few arrivals lately, but the supply is not nearly adequate to the demand, and large quantities continue to be brought coastwise. I here is considerably more inquiry for Rums, and a fair quantity have been sold at former rates. PREFERMENTS BY THE LORD BISHOP OF GLOUCES- TER AND BRISTOL.—The Rev. George Ernest Howman, M.A., rural dean of Taerford, rector of Barnsley, Glou- cestershire, and master of St. Nicholas hospital, Salisbury, to an honorary canonry, in the Cathedral, Bristol.-The Rev. Gilhert Malcolm, M.A., rural dean of ('ampden, and rector of Toddenham, Gloucestershire, to an honorary canonry in the cathedral, Gloucester. NEGRO SLAVERY.—The number of slaves in the world may be estimated as follows, in the following couoteies In Brazil, 2,500,000 United States, 2,600,00 0 Spanish Colonies, 800,000; French Colonies, 250,000; Dutch, Danish, and Swedish Colonies, 100,000; South Ameri- can Republics, 400,000. Total, 6,650,000. SINGULAR DISCOVERY.—A few days since, the work- men engaged in the repairs of the church at Stratton Saint Margaret, after removing a portion of the pavement which formed the floor, and while digging for stone, discovered, only a few inches below the surface, the skeleton of a human body, which, apparently, had been to a considerable extent wrapped in lead & what is most remarkable, the whole of the interior of the skull, and the veitebial canal, including also the smaller bones, were filled with the same material, which must have been in- serted in a liquid state. Very unfortunately, the work- men- had greatly mutilated the body before discovering what it was. The interior of the skull, as before men- tioned, was one mass of lead, and so heavy that it was as much as a man could carry; the facial bones were veiy much concealed by the lead on the outside, but with a little trouble the situation of the nose and eyes conld be traced, and three teeth were discovered. FIFTY Houses BURNT.—Soon after midnight, on Satur- day morning last, a fire broke out in a bakehouse at More- tonhampstead (a small town situate about 12 miles from Exeter), and as nearly all the houses were thatched, the flanges spread with great lapidity, and were not subdued until the greater part of Cross-street was consumed, the number of houses destroyed amounting to about 50, and including the premises of Mr. Bidder, a builder; Messrs. Nix and Co., drapers aud the Golden Lion Inn. The greater part of the property, however, was not of a valu- able kind, and the loss, therefore, is not so extensive as the number of houses burnt would seem to indicate, though much distress will be occasioned to many poor families. The town engine was not in a working state, so that the only available means of stoppingthe progress of the fire was by pulling down some houses, until effective fire- engines arrived from Exeter.—[What would become of Cardiff if a fire were to break out in High-street or Duke- street ? The town engines, we believe, are constantly kept by Superintendent Stockdale in a state of perfect efficiency; but of what use would a dozen powerful engines be without a supply of water 1] ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT BRITAIN.-The Great Britain steamer arrived at Liverpool on Monday morning last, shortly before eight o'clock her intelligence has, how- ever, been anticipated by the arrival of the Hibernia. Captain Hosken reports very satisfactorily of the powers of the screw, and of the ship's machinery. During the whole passage, the engines have never been stopped, but have worked with the greatest possible regularity. The reason of the passage being of somewhat longer duration than was expected is in the difficulty of keeping a sufficient supply of steam. This difficulty her commander and engineer are, however, fully confident of overcoming in her future voyages. Capt. Hosken sailed from New York on the afternoon of the 30th, and at seven p.m. of that day the pilot left her. On her passage she has experienced very little westerly wind, and one day, in a fine breeze, the ship made 298 miles, from noon to noon. The passen- gers, in a letter to Capt. Hosken, state—44 As regards the Great Britain steam-ship, we beg to observe that the voyage has not been so rapidly performed as had been expected, because every advantage has not yet been taken of her admirable qualities and a sufficiency of steam is not produced to work the engines with the power for which they are calculated. In all other respects we con- sider the Great Britain to be unrivalled; her motions are remarkably easy, her accommodations commodious and airy."