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t' Steam jBifagttton. THE CARDIFF AND BRISTOL Steam IJacKetg PRINúE OF WALES > MATTHEW JONES, Commander; L A D Y CHARLOTTE, HENRY JEFFERY, Commander; A ItE INTENDED to SAIL during the month of SEP. .1. as FOLLOWS (from the BUTE SHIP DOCK) \\jCe] °f Wales—Mondays, J Lady Charlotte Monday i-iti re*(iays, & Fridays!— > Wednesdays, and Fridays Charlotte Tuesdays, Prince of Wales—Tuesdays ULTS<Uys, and Saturdays. < Thursdays, and Saturdays Se PR»M CA'.TDIFF. < From BRISTOL. 2O P;» 1845. Sep., 1845. 3(j' Jl°aday 2 after (*29, Monday 3| after J\iUE"DAY 3§ after j 30, Tuesday 5 morn 2* RP^IESDAY Oct 3F after ? 1 ,Wednesday,Oct 5| morn 3' & .R*day • • 5 morn 2, Thursday 6 morn 4 5| morn T 3, Friday, 6 morn »SATURDAY G morn) 4, Saturday 7 morn ARRIAGE8AND horses to be alongside One hour previous It to Time of Sailing. CJ^CED FARES :—After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s 11 dren unuer Twelve yeMS of age, Half-price; Dogs, Is. each U Female Steward attends on Board both Packsts. P.E,RESIIM.;NTS may be had on board on mederafe terms. T*»0°JRRVVH(;EL Carriage 21 s. ditto Phaeton or Gig, 10s. 6d.; IR E^' drawn HY one horse and driver, 15s.; Horse FII'^ER> -^FTER Cabin, 9s; Horse and Rider, Fore Cabin, r>\ "• > Cattle and Horses, 6s. each: Sheep, Figs, and *'ves L „ Q S; Is. each. LA,R'ASE», Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will be subject to S''TLN5 aud Wharfages at the Bute Docks if Y<*L Accountable for any Goods witheut Shipping Notes. JV R*'GBIERS are requested to order all Goods intended for 0RE P,U\CK OF WALKS. to be sent to No. 12, Quay-street, II 'J Kol.ert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for I 0^\HIJOTTH, to Clare-street Hall, Marsh-street, BULL Wharf, RedcliliF-strect, Bristol. *t will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets JLJFEE*R>cnse of the Com,tames. I Newbridge, Aberdire, Cowbridge, Bridgend, I>( r"fent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these U)EJ.ES IN Spring WAGGONS aui Lock-up Canal Boats iia- OE,Y 011 arriv.il, mil "IS ordered by any particular ia which case they will be deposited in the ON ,!N,Cke.t Wareliouse till called for.—Freight to bo paid Q E''very. THE Packages. Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts of STEA, 'N8dom without delay, when sent to either of their PACKET Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. by A"LER information as to Freight, will be readily obtained PACJ^'YING to the Agents—Mr. Woodman, Agent at the G(. '61 Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. G. C. Agent, No. 12, Quay->troet, Bristol, for the JVL CP- OF WALES Packet; and of Mr. T. JOHN, at the OTYG81 Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. W. B. CJJ.*1 29, Avon Crescent, llotwells, Bristol, for the LADY J^OY'-ORTK Packet. i,*OTL 'CM.—The Proprietors of above the Steam Packets give L'IAT thev will not be accountable for any Passenger's OR p SE. nor wiil they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, 11111 ilreels (if lost or damaged by Fire, Leakage, or otherwise) if A^S Looked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, C4R -°VE the value of 40S., unless entered at its value, and in proportion paid for the same, at the time of IItf N6-—Goods consigned to order, or not taken away t)e Ore SIX o'clock in the evening of the day of landiug, will "II QAREhoused at the risk and expense of the consignees, CHJ °0(1» to be considered as liens, not only for freight and S DUE thereon, but also for all previously uusatisfied 1 J* Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of | F»R|04LC' LOCKETS. Disputed weights or measurement, claims »OUJS <>R damage, &c., cannot b« allowed, unless a written °f the same he sent to the Office on the day of delivery. | Sale# fcy Auction. GLAMORGANSHIRE, SOUTH WALES. ^*Pital Frdehold Estates &, Free- hold Mineral Property TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 4 By Messrs. ADAM MURRAY & SON, J"* MACKWORTH ARMS INN, in the Borough Seaport Town of SWANSEA, in OCTOBER Q *> unless disposed of in the meantime by Private » °^TRACT, of which d ue notice will be given; A "OUSE in High-Street, and a good WHARF (20 ,near the Town-Hall, Swansea, and several FARMS ACRG'1 DUMBER), and the COAL under; upwards of 1600 X,LANS °F Land, all situate in the several Parishes of felA ?AN°let, Swansea, St. John-juxta-Swansea, Llange- alld J1' Llanguke, Llandilo-Talybont, Loughor, HIStone, foR ANI"idian. Some of the Coal is of as good quality THE S 1 Packet purposes as any in the Kingdom, and E*Dn'TUATION commands an excellent outlet to the sea for S(V. NATION. The South Wales, Welsh Midland, and PF0^SEA VALE Railways will pass through parts of the C<>al TY' and will increase the facilities for bringing the A«D > Market. A portion of the Coal in Llangefolach Ih ,St, John's has been leased at Sleeping Rents and P HIES to most responsible Tenants. S^P^TED Particulars will be ready by the middle of H^^HER, and may be had of Messrs. Llewellyn and RE*1' Solicitors, Neath; Messrs. Rowlaud Hacon and *T Solicitors, 38, Threadneedle-Street, London; (:rq\, e Office of Messrs. Adam Murray and Son, 35, 8!L(L "STREET, Strand, London; at the Inns at Bristol POul J^ANSEA; and at the Commercial-Rooms at Liver- V^^«VVCASTLE-ON-TYNE, Manchester, and Glasgow. *OWSJ or CARDIFF. -FC UNRESERVED SALE OF tOtJSEHOLD FIJ11MITVJI,E AND OTHER EFFECTS. 01 iE AUffiTiaiM, 00 BY MR. LEYS HON, the Premises, No. 29, St. Mary-Street, on TUESDAY, R»»T the 30th day of SEPTEMBEK, 1845, X B?T W^OLE of the neat and excellent HOUSEHOLD • NITURE' THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS, of 'I'V^TY'S Customs, who is leaving the town; con- ^STOF Hair Sofa, Pembroke Table on Pillar and ^'ITH PJ ROSEWOOD Loo Table, Parlour Chairs, Timepiece EAN/J'LASS Shade, 3-C ier circular Dumb Waiter, Maho- ARI(L ,>*118 and Card Tables, Kidderminster Carpets J)ole ('l1rthrngs, Crimson Moreen Window Curtains, 1631;1 Brass Fenders and Fire Irons, Oil Cloth, •FUJ-^I R*1» Lolty Four -post Corniced Bedstead and Moreen ^LAH0„^RE' handsome Mahogany Wardrobe and Drawers, E ES»IN ^'LES,S Drawers, Painted ditto, Mahogany VIRTTF ^AHLE, Painted ditto, Wash-stand and Ware, IJOOKIN? Glasses, Cane-seat Chairs, Night Com- S ^,°^VE'I white Foot Pan and Jug, 3 French Bedsteads, ^ABLT8 ^01'SES, Fire Guard, MilpufF Beds, Kitchen ^UCEI* 'LAIRS, Ware, Fenders, Fire Irons, Teakettles, '¡'J. Pans, Tubs, Buckets, Trays, &c., &c. to commence at 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon. SOUfa WALES—COUNTY OF BRECON. TO CAPITALISTS. MOST VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES. At the To be SaId by Auction, BREPN^KVR HOTEL, Crickhowell, in the County of °'CLOCK' -°N WED!<ESDAY> OCTOBER 1, 1845, at II C°ndir 'N ^ORENOON L^E same day, subject to Ti°N »«>. TO he then and there produced, unless pre- HOTI,. ^ISPOSED of by private contract, of which due TE will be given, in 38 Lots. HOTT66 AN(L Inheritance of the UPPER (;RJ FARM, and other Estates, in the Parishes LATEIV 10well, Llangenny, and Llangattock, Breconshire, ^'ONging to Henry Itumsey Williams, Esq., rr *U(,ATED ^TER part of this most desirable Property is ltllltJc} alnlllst scenery that is equally elegant and noble, banks near the FLOURISHING town of Crickhowell, on the Porti\) of the much admired River Usk. In those and of the Estates which are contiguous to the town, Grea*, South Wales road, leading from Mon- «FCCTE,| ARE beautiful spots, on which may be VL AS> that will command magnificent and diver- *NCE o";ews, and which will be sold to suit the conveni- Tn Purchasers. .1.ra.bl: AIL(^' containing about 400 actes of rich Meadow, NIUJ BP AN^ ^ASTURE, is remarkable for its fertility, and THE X|R8ATLY imP1-oved. AFFORJ °ods, which are in a very thriving condition, S'ATHIG XCEL*ENT ^OVERS FOR Game, and add much to the S'ATHIG XCEL*ENT Covers for Game, and add much to the OQ ,1 the surrounding sceuery. 8 ^'OPERTY is a Quarry, in which may be ob- Co. 13. SUpply OF good Stone for Building purposes. AT » CHPAUD Lime may be procured in the neighbourhood THE rate, the roads being good. GRACE [roperty adjoins the extensive Estates of his £ SQ DUKE of Beaufort, those of Joseph Bailey, The ;(1.°THCRS- SIOVVNE^ F ^'FF'^hourhood of Crickhowell has long been re- ^.NGIER ,R I,S salubrity; it furnishes the Sportsman and abundant means of gratifying his taste. :sceneru,g can Surpass the magnificence and beauty of its ARE FOX Hounds and Harriers in the neighbour- Al8O hunt there is of the first description. *RE SHAI'es in the Abergavenny and Brecon Canal THE JJ'186 TO be disposed of. EXT 6 ^ROPERT3' convenient Lots PRINTEDETL' A"C' description of which are detailed in ^>AY HE JPARTICULARS, and maps thereto annexed, which ^ALE8 AC^ AT the principal Inns in North aud South LIVE,. and In the Public Rooms in London, Bristol, be HAD °K 8N<^ DUBLIN > and any further particulars may ^AT*°CK APPL'CATION to Mr. THOMAS DAVIES, Llan- E011^ near Crickhowell; Mr. ROBERT LLOYD -HRVEY°R' Carnarvon; and to Mr. EDWARD "LLILIAMS, Solicitor, Carnarvon, T.O JUDGES OF FINE TEAS. WEBSSH, CARDIFF" lYIEllTIIYll CitJ.4K»XAl!V OFFICE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE ASAM TEA COMPASS RlBE AID PECULIARLY FINE TEAS, REQUESTS the favour of an Order from Connoisseurs, and those desirous of obtaining ti really exquisitely flavoured Tea. After once partaking of the highly exhilarating aud aromatic Asam Tea, but few can persuade themselves to use any other, especially as it is found not to be injurious to the nerves; and as the Asam Tea has been proved to produce at least six, and in most cases eight good cups of Tea, where the same quantity of Chinese would produce only four cups of inferior ftavoui—both luxury and economy combine to recommend the Asam Teas. N4HOOLEAH PEKOE 5 0 [ MAZENGA GREEN TEA 6 0 CHER1DOR SOUCHONG 6 0 | THOURA GREEN TEA 7 0 These Teas can only be obtained in one pound, half-pound, and quarter-pound sealed packets, with the Company's Address and Arms on the Envelope. Many are selling spurious imitations of the Company's Teas, but none are genuine unless having their Seal and Address, No. 11, CROOKED LANE, KING WILLIAM STREET, on them. SOLE AUTHORISED AGENTS. For SWANSEA Miss Arnold, Confectioner, Cross-Street. For MERTHYR Mrs. Ann Williams, Confectioner, High-Street. For NEWPORT Mr. M. Evans, Bookseller, 35, High-Street. (1J!r AGENTS WANTED FOR SOME OF THE LARGE TOWNS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. Hotscea* ARTISTICAL PAPER-HANGINGS. WAREROOMS, 46, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL, (orrosiTE THE ARCADE). PARLOUR, Bed-room. Hall, and other Papers, at 6d., P 8d., 10d., and Is. per Piece of 12 yards combining effective patterns with permanent colouring. Paper Hangings at I0d., to Is. 6d. per Piece, equal in general effect to many that are sold at 2s. 6d. to as. pur Piece, and as durable. Drawing-room, Parlour, and Dining-room patterns, at 2s. 6d. to 5s. per Piece, little less effective than those commonly sold at 12s. to 18s. per Piece, and of equal quality. Gold Flock, and other best Paper Hangings, of rich and novel designs. Also, just re- ceived. direct from France, some ingenious and exact imitations of damasks, chintzes, lace, &c., of exquisite finish. ARTISTICAL PAPER HANGINGS. J. F. COTTERELL feels much pleasure in stating that in no instance where his Artistieal Paper Hangings have been introduced have they failed to give complete satisfaction -and he has just fitted up a large Wareroom for the purpose of exhibiting the specimens, so arranged, that the precise effect of a Room, in any style, when completed, may be at once obtained. J. F. Cotterell's mode of Artistical Paper Hanging is one of his own invention. He supplies designs appro- priate to buildings of whatever age or character, and which will render old or unshapely walls and ceilings pleasing and attractive, without other alterations. 0 The Hanging of Common Papers reduced to Eight- pence per Piece. Hangings in silk and damask and other superior finish for interiors. J. F. COTTERELL, 46, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL. CHEAP AND DURABLE ROOFOG. BY ROYAL HER LETTERS MAJESTY'S PATENT. F. M'NEILL AND CO., (OF LAMB'S BUILDINGS, BUNHILL ROW, LONDON,) MANUFACTURERS AND ONLY PATENTEES OF Improved Patent Asphlatecl Felt. mHIS FELT has been exhibited at the Great National JL Agricultural Shows of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and obtained a PRIZE for being the best and cheapest article FOR ROOFING HOUSES, COT- TAGES, VERANDAHS, OUT-BUILDINGS, SHEDS, AND EVERY OTHER DESCRIPTION OF BUILD- INGS, in lieu of SLATES, TILES, THATCH, ZINC, &c., and for lining Granaries and Storehouses, for covering Garden Sheds and Frames, and Corn and Hay Ricks. It is also a protection to Ceilings under flooring from wet and damp, at the same time deadening sound; and is particularly adapted for Exportation to the Colonies, where it is now extensively used and when used under Slates or Tiles, adds greatly to the warmth and durability of the Building. The Felt is perfectly impervious to Rain, Frost, and Snow, and resists the. heat of the Sun, and its great supe- riority over every other description of Roofing consists in its CHEAPNESS, LIGHTNESS, ELASTICITY, WARMTH, and DURABILITY; advantages which no other description of Roofing combines, Samples, with full directions as to its uses, and the manner of applying it, with Testimonials from Noble- men and Gentlemen, Members of the Royal Agricultural Society, who have extensively used it, some for seven years and upwards, sent free- to any part of the town or Country, and orders by post immediately executed. &g* The Price of the Roofing Felt is only ONE PENNY PER SQUARE FOOT, which is considerably less than half the expense of Tiles and Slates; besides which, there is an immense saving in the Timber,necessary to support the Roof, as the weight of the Felt is only about 25 lbs. to the 100 square feet. Patent Felt Manufactory, Lamb's Buildings, Bunhill Row, London, March, 1844. F. M'Neill and Co. also manufacture a Dry Hair Felt, for covering Steam Pipes, Boilers, &^JkUVhich a saving of at least 25 per cent, is effected THE WANDERING JEW, Complete for Two Shillings! Just published, price 2s. in wrapper, or 2s. 6d. cloth extra, Part 79 of "The Novel' Newspaper," contain- ing the only authentic translation of THE WANDERING JEW a Tale of the Jesuits. By EUGENE SUE. Translated from the French, by D. M. AIRD, author of The Student's French Gram- mar," &c. Lately published, in the Novel Newspaper, uniform with the above, THE SALAMANDER, a Naval Romance. By EUGENE SUE. Complete, 9d. THE JEW. A Romance of the Fifteenth Century. By C. SPINDLER, author of The Invalide," price Is. 6d. THE INVALIDE; or, Pictures of the French Revo- lution. By the Author of The Jew." Complete, price Is. 4d. THE ROSE OF THISTLE ISLE. By Mrs. CARLEN. Complete, Is. 4d. The Novel Newspaper Series Is published in Parts, 8vo., each containing one or more complete works, without the slightest abridgment, and forms A STANDARD LIBRARY EDITION OF THE MOST POPULAR NOVELS, ROMANCES, AND TALES, By the most esteemed authors, giving for One Shilling works originally published at a GUINEA & A HALF The series now extends to 79 parts, and includes the best productions of the most distinguished British, Ame- rican, and Continental writers. Amongst the former will be found the chefs-d'«euvres of Scott, Goldsmith, Defoe, Smollett, Godwin, Mackenzie, Miss Porter, Mrs. Brun- ton, Miss Lee, Mrs. Radcliffe, Mrs. Helme, Mrs. Charlotte Smith, &c.; and amongst the latter, those of Cooper, Carlen, Bird, Dana, Brockden Brown, Clavers, Fay, Fouque, Hoffman, Kennedy, Longfellow, Marmontel, Neale, Paulding, Sedgwick, Simms, Spindler, Sue, Thompson, Tuckerman, Willis, &c. Each work is complete in a nea,wrapper, at prices varying from Cd.. to 2s. each. Parts 1 to 77, may also be had in 17 vols., handsomely bound in cloth, 5s. per volume. Catalogues forwarded, on receipt of a postage stamp, to any part of the kingdom. Cooper's Novels, Complete in One Volume, handsomely bound in cloth, price 8s. 6d., THE PILOT, LAST OF THE MOHICANS, RED ROVER, THE SPY, LIONEL LINCOLN, WATER WITCH, THE PIONEERS, THE PRAIRIE, IMAGINATION- Printed from the original text, and without the slightest abridgement. London: Bruce and Wyld, 84, Farringdon-Street; Watson, Edinburgh; Macleod, Glasgow; Le Messurier, Dublin; Philip, Liverpool; Heywood, Manchester; and Sold by all Booksellers. aiottegg. [DUTYFREF-.] WHEREAS a Petition of WILLIAM BO WEN, of MERTHYR TYDFIL, in the County of GLAMORGAN, Miner, an Insolvent Debtor, having been filed in the Bristol District Court of Bankruptcy, and an Interim Order for Protection from Process having been given to the said WILLIAM BOWES under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided, the said William Bowen is hereby required to appear in Court before HENRY JOHN STEPHEN. Sergeant at Law, the Commissioner acting in the matter of the said Peti- tion, on the 21st day of OCTOBER next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon precisely, at the Bristol District Court of Bankruptcy, at BRISTOL, for his first examin- ation touching his Debts, Estate, and Effects, and to be further dealt with according to the Provisions of the said Statutes; and Notice is hereby given, that the choice of Assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said William Bowen, or who have any of his Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to ROGER KYNASTON, Esq., No. 2, Nicholas Street, Bristol, the Official Assignee, nominated in that behalf by the Commissioner acting in the matter of the said Petition. FOR STOPPING DECAYED TEETH, however JD large the cavity.—Patronised by her Majesty the Queen Dowager, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester, His Grace the Duke of Wellington, and the principal nobility. Mr.CLARKE'S SUCCEDANEUM for stopping decayed teeth, is far superior to anything ever before used, as it is placed in the tooth without any pressure or pain, becomes as hard as the enamel imme- diately after application, and remains firm in the tooth for life; not only rendering extraction unnecessary, but also making them again useful for mastication. All persons can use Mr. CLARKE'S SUCCEDA- NEUM themselves with ease, as full directions are enclosed—price 5s. and sold by all respectable Medicine Vendors in Town and Country; and can be sent by post on receiving a post-office order. Prepared only by Mr. Clarke, Surgeon-Dentist, 61, Grosvenor-street, Bond- street (removed from 53, Harley-street, Cavendish Square). LOSS OF TEETH.—Mr. Clarke still continues to supply the loss of teeth, from one to a complete set, upon his beautiful system of Self-adhesion; which has procured him such universal approbation in some thousands of cases, and recommended by Sir C. M. Clark, Bart., M.D.; Sir M.Tierney, Bart., M.D. Dr. Chambers, Dr. Pai is, Dr. James Johnson, Dr. Conquest, and nu- merous other Members of the Medical Profession, as being the most ingenious system of supplying artificial teeth hitherto invented. They are so contrived as to adapt themselves over the most tender gums, or remain- ing stumps, without causing the least pain, rendering the operation of extraction quite unnecessary and in order that his system may be within the reach of the most economical, he will continue the same moderate charges. Mr. Clarke, Surgeon-Dentist, No. 61, Grosvenor-street, Bond-street, London.—At home from eleven till four. Mr. CLARKE'S TOOTH-POWDER, which has procured him such universal approbation, in some thou- sands of cases, is highly recommended by numerous Physicians and Surgeons, as being the best tooth-powder ever yet prepared it prevents and eradicates the tartar from the teeth, and imparts to the gums that ruddy appearance, and to the teeth a pearl-like whiteness. Mr. Clarke can say with safety (as it is prepared only by him) that, if analysed, its properties would be found to be of the purest kind. It can be sent by post, on re- ceiving a post-office order! and it is sold by most respectable Chemists in town and country-price 2s. 6d. COD LIVEH OIL. t Natural remedy and certain cure for Gout, Rheu- 1i matism, and Scrofula, Diseased Joints, Lumbago, Skin Diseases, Sprii,il ;i i< Glandular Affections, Scrofula Uicers, Swelled Lrgs. and all Ixternal Diseases, aiising from an impure state of the Blno 1, or from Domestic Accidents, as Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Scalds, Burns, Chilblains, Chapped Hands,&c. &e. The following Testimonials, with authenticated cases of extraordinary cure, are from the highest and most respectable authority :— COD LIVK J OL.in cases of GOUT & RHEUMATISM. The diseases in which the Cod Liver Oil is attended with the most extraordinary results are the Gout and Rheumatism. It is rather a curious tact, and one that fully establishes the truth of what we have a ready stated, that some years ago, Cod Liver Oil was introduced into Manchester, by a celebrated German practitioner, then 011 a visit to Dr. Kay, Physician to the Manchester Infirmary, who was the first medical man who prescribed this remedy for the cure of Gout and Rheumatism, in this country. Mr. Darby, Ilouse-Surgeou and Apothecary to the same institution, gave 'he following account of an ex- traordinary cure A woman, who laboured under the most excruciating rheumatism, being advised to rub her joints with the oil, after a few weeks was restored to the use of her limbs and was cured." Encouraged by this extraordinary cure, Dr. Kay continued to prescribe it for other patients iu similar cases and with the same success. Dr. Bardsley, also, when treating of chronic rheumatism observes,In instances, when every other means have failed Cod Liver Oil has operated in a manner so decidedly benefi- cial as to excite astonishment." The circumstances under which this specific remedy is found most advantageous, are the following :-Ist. In the chronic rheumatism of el ierly persms, when the muscles and tendons have become rigid, and the joints nearly flexible, in consequence of the disease having been brought on by exces- sive labour, hard fare, dampness, and cold. 2nd. In women whose constitutions have been worn out by repeated rheumatic attacks, especially in the decline of life; & patients who were unable eitl|)r to preserve the body in an erect position, or sup- port its weight on the lower extremities, have recovered en- tirely by rubbing the oil on the affected parts. 9 DR. BKKFIEI.D'S OPINION, WITH CASES OF CURE. Another celebiated Physician, Dr. Brefield, found the oil of the greatest benefit in cases where the Gout or Itheumansm appear to have seized upon the whole system, and when, as the result of long suffering, the body is wasted, the process of nutrition very low, there is want of sleep, loss of vital powers, languid exprusion of the countenance, contraction of the mus- cles, &c. &c.; and mentions the following case of Mrs. Mearman, 30 years old, who had been confined to her bed or room, and only in the warm summer months experienced a slight alleviation of her sufferihgs :—Nearly the whole body was attacked, but principally the inferior extremities, back, and shoulders. Walking was entirely prevented by the unsup- portable pains, stiffness and swelling of the joints. This pa- t'ent was wasted, of a bleacby whiteness, and had lost all hope iu,'6 though originally of a strong and robust constitution, the use ot-the Oil daily, was soon followedby a beneficial result, and after some time she was restored to a tolerable state of health, Tllis person, after this, was three years from the time he first saw her, perfectly healthy, well nourished, bloominr, and of robust appearance. COD LIVER 011, IN OLD AGE & RIGID MUSCLES. Men and women advanced in years, whose fibres may be supposed to have acquired a degree of rigidity, find surprising effects from the use of this remedy. Some who have been cripples for many years, and not able to move from their seats, have, after a few weeks use of it, been able to go with the assistance of a stick and by a long continuance have enjoyed the pleasing ,atisfaction of being restored to the natural use of their limbs, which for a long time before had been a burthen '"ih *>erc'va'» ot the Manchester Infirmary, says: t have tiail the fulle t evidence of the successful use of Cod Liver Oilj a,1(i have contiasted, by experiment, its value with other rernedies tttese trials always terminate in favour of the Oil and patients who were under other treatment, by confer- ring^ with their fello v.sufferers, weie so sensible of making a (lower progress towards recovery, a3 to require a change of one remedy for the other. t The above is only a small portion of an immense number of estimouials that have already been received in support of the RMI FD V properties of this truly wonderful NATURAL RE t P'p-.uses containiug additional evidence of the value of juerOil in other diseases, v ith general remarks on its latuia and commercial history, its Physical aud Chemical toperties, Action on the Human Economy, &c.; also jarticu ar irectioiis for its proper application, will be sent to U,y rec'Pt of two postage stamps. i Lach Genuine Bottle of the remedy has the ii: nature of the only iVI KMC ANTILB AGENTS, JONES, "I, °i' Z. Stritn^: "li other sorts are spurious. Sold .vholesale by Messrs Barclay and So.,s Sutton and C and Mvvar.,s and Co., Lon.iou and retail in bottles at 2s. 9J., /endors 3 ^dC &U respecublc Medicine Hottcrg. ™ glmosgmshire; 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 oft he 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 FRIDAY, the 10th day of OC TO BE U next. WOOD, Clerk of Peace. Cardiff, 13th Sept., 1845. BKECOiVSHIRE SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the next General QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the County of Brecon, will be held 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 GIVEN, 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. 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 I.-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, Aberkenfijr 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 he 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 Boa. Cardiff, 8th Sept. 1845. CARDIFF PAXTECHiVICOiV. B. KEARNEY, IN returning thanks to his numerous Friends and the Public generally, for the very liberal patronage he has received since his commencing Business in CARDIFF, begs to observe that he adopts the familiar adage— "Honesty is the best policy," as his Motto in Trade; and further observes, that the Goods purchased at the PANTECHNICON cannot be surpassed for style, quality, or cheapness, by any Establishment in the Kingdom, His MILPUFF BEDS, in great variety, cannot be equalled in quality or price; and his Goods generally, such as CHAIRS, TABLES, DRAWERS, BED. STEADS, IRONMONGERY, &c., will be found well worthy attention. By the bye, were you e er in the Hayes A place of great notoriety ? Really there you may buy what you please Nicely suited for every society. Absolutely the things that are there Both single and wedded require; Unite, then, and quickly repair Soon, and purchase whate'er you require. Kettles and saucepans of any descriptions- Every quality of bedding and tick- All looking-glasses of truest reflection, Round, square, or what shape you Íi ke. New furniture is always on hand— Every day I am freshly supplied; You have only to come cash in hand. And I'm sure you will leave satisfied. ABERGAVENNY AND CRICKHOWELL HORTICULTURAL & FLORICULTURAL Q ([) CJJ 0 I.J (!l <r 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 Year6 F. H. WILLIAMS, Esq., of Coldbrook Park, President • W. H. WEST, Esq., of Cliffas, Vice-President; G. W. JONES, Esq., of Crickhowell, Treasurer; C. LLOYD, Esq., of Abergavenny, Honorary Secretary. COMMITTEE. Wm. Steel, Esq. The Rev. E. Lewis E. W. Seytnore, 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, Esq. R. M. Clark, Esq. Robert Wheeley, Esq. Thos. Hughcs, Esq. Mr. Jas. Saunders EXHIBITION COMMITTEE. Wm. steel, Esq. C. Lloyd, Esq. G. W. Jones, Esq. R. M. Clark, Esq. E. Y. Steele, Esq. Mr. Saun^er3* Thos. Jones, Esq. Edw. Lloyd Powell, Esq. E. Y. Steele, Esq. Mr. Saunders. The FIRST SHOW will take place at the CYMREI- GYODION 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. ad. CORNELIUS LLOYD, Honorary Secretary. iiottrfjs. WATCH AND MLkKER9 Silversmith and Jeweller, NO. 9, ST. MAKY-STREET, (LVTE OF NO. 4, ANGEL-STREET,) BEGS to return his grateful thanks to his Friends and _D 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 noiv 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. 111^ NOTICE. Direct Steam Communication between Liverpool and South Wales. THE Public are respectfully 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, Sweetiug-street, Liverpool; or to N. B. CALDER, Ebbw Vale, Wharf, Newport. N.B.—The Charges will be Moderate. Liverpool, 1st Sept., 1845. a WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY. AT a Meeting of the Landowners and Inhabitants of Llandovery, insupportof the WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY, held this day at the Castle Hotel, Llan- dovery, at which Meeting a Deputation from the Welsh Midland Railway Company attended,- JAMES PALMER BUDD, Esq., in the Chair Moved by John Jones, Esq., of Blaenos, seconded by D. J. Lewis, Esq., of Gilvar, and unanimously resolved, That the course of the main Line of the Welsh Mid- land Railway from Brecon through Llandovery and Carmarthen, as pointed out by the Directors, appears to this Meeting to be well chosen, and has its warmest ap- proval, particularly as being calculated not only to supply the wants of both the mineral and agricultural districts of ,,r the counties of Brecon, Carmarthen, and Cardigan, not provided for by any other projected undertaking, but also as being by far the most direct and level route from London and the manufacturing districts of England to the South of Ireland and that this Meeting has the fullest confidence in the Directors that they will carry out the .whole of this truly national undertaking. Moved by D. L. Harris, Esq., seconded by Stephen Jones, Esq., of Ystrad, and carried unanimously, That the thanks of this Meeting be given to James Palmer Budd, Esq., for his able conduct in the Chair. Llandovery, September 17, 1815. WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY. AT a large and influential Meeting of the Inhabitants of Leominster, and of the Landowners of the Neighbourhood, convened for the purpose of giving con- sideration to the projected scheme of the WELSH MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY: TRCSENT: The Hon. William Rodney The Mayor of Leominster John Arkwright, Esq. VV. Newman, Esq. Capt. Rushout J. Burlton, Esq. Edward Evans, Esq. H. Herbert, Esq. The Rev. W. E. Evans Mr. J. Southall The Rev. R. D. Evans Mr. Went R. W. Evans, Esq. Mr. J. B. Stallard Capt. Halifax Mr. James Bedford J. W. Lane, Esq. Mr. James Jones Walter Stubbs, Esq. Mr. J. J. Carpenter Bonham Caldwell, Esq. Mr. John Carpenter Thomas Davies, Esq. Mr. Goode H. A. Lewes, Esq. Mr, J. V. Chilcott The Rev. A. Cockburn Mr. Tench J. J. Woodhouse, Esq. J. W. Davies, Esq. A Deputation from the Welsh Midland Company, consisting of J. P. Budd, Esq., A.M., Storey Maskeigne, Esq., Joseph Hegan, Esq., and John Parry de Winton, Esq., were in attendance. Mr. Budd opened the proceedings by an explanation of the general merits of the Line projected by this Com- pany, and was succeeded by the other members of the Deputation, who dwelt forcibly upon the many advanta- ges which were likely to accrue to the county of Hereford, and the country at large, from a more intimate connection between the mineral and agricultural districts of England and South Wales. The following Resolution, proposed by T. Davies, Esq., and seconded by John Arkwright, Esq., was unanimously carried RESOLVED,—That this Meeting have heard with great satisfaction the Report of the Deputation of the Welsh Midland Railway Company, and return them their cor- dial thanks for their attendance here this day, and assure them that the project shall hane their best support and assistance. Leominster, September 19th, 1845.