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$tt4nt linbtgattoit* THE CARDIFF AND BRISTOL Steam PRINCE OF WALES MATTHEW JONES, Commander; LADY CHARLOTTE, HENRY JEFFERY, Commander; A RE INTENDED to SAIL during the month of OC F. .f\. as follows (from the BUTE SHIP DOCK) Prince of Wales — Mondays, Ln.cllJ Charlotte Monday Wednesdays, & Friday- Wednesdays, and Fri<U\s Lady Charlotte Tuesdays, < Prince of Wales — Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays. ) Thursdays, and Saturdays From CARDIFF. j From BillSTOL. Oct., 184o. Oct., 1845. 27, Monday latter < 27, Monday 3 after 28,Tuesday. 2 after > 28. Tucsda,.<!f, 7 morn 29, Wednesday 2± after 29,Wednesday.. 4 after 3 ), Thursday 3} after W>0, Thursday 5> morn 31, Friday, b morn I 31, Friday, 5 j morn 1, Saturday Nov. 5j morn ) 1, Saturday Nov. 6" morn Long Passage. Carriages and horses to he alongside One hour previous to Time of Sailing. RSDUC lii) FARES :—After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2. Children under Twelve years of age. Half-price; Dobs, 15, each. A Female Steward attends on Board both rackets. Kcfresb.neuts may ba had on hoard on moderate teuns. Four-wheel Carriage 215.; ditto Phaeton or GH, lùs. Gd., Two.wheel, drawn by one horse and driver, 1,). Horse and Rider, After Cabin, 9i; Horse and Rider, Fore Cabin, ■7*. 6d.; Cattle and Horses, 6i. each j Sheep, Pigs, and Calves, Is. each. Carriages, Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will ke subject to LauiiiiK and Wharfages al the Docks Not Accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the PUNCU OF WALKS, to be sent to \n. 12, Quay-street, Or to Robert Chaplia, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the HDY Oil Ut LOT I K, to Clare-street Hall, Marsh-street, and Bull Wharf, liedcliff-street, Bristol. Goods "ili be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridye, A herd ire, Cambridge, Bridgend, Llantrissent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these Places in Spring Wagsoin Iud Lock .np Canit! Boats ilIJ- mcdiat'-ly on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in whicli case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid On delivery. t Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts of he Kingdom without delay, when sent to cither of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information as to Freight, will be readily obtained by applying to tha Agents—Mr. Woodman, Agent at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. G. C. Gl.VsSON, Agent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol, for the I'ltlNCK OF" WALKS Packet, and of Mr. T. JOHN, at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. W. B. OWEN, 29 Avon Crescent, llotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CH iKLo'n'K Packet. NOTICH.—The Proprietors of above the Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not Re accoulltable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, Leakage, or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in prnporliou paid for the same, at the time of Booking.—Goods consigned to order. or not taken away before Six o'clock in the evening of the day of landing, will he warehoused at the risk and expense of the consignees. All Goods to be considered as liens, not only for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously unsatisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weights or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot ba allowed, unless a written notice of the SAine he sent to the Office on the day of delivery £ alfis i)i> Auction. GLAMORGAN SHlllE. Capital Investments in Landed and Mineral Property. MESSRS. ADAM MURRAY & SOX are INSTRUCTED TO 0J?;1' di&wiPZiqjZTo IN LOTS, At the MACKWORTH ARMa INN, in the Borough and Sea- port Town of SWANSEA, on THURSDAY, the 13th day of NOVEMBER, 1815, at 12 o'clock at noon precisely, (and following Day), CAPITAL FREEHOLD & COPYHOLD ESTATES and FREEHOLD MINERAL PROPERTY, con- sisting of upwards of 20 FARMS and MESSUAGES, containing nearly 1000 Acres of Arable & Meadow Land, and the COAL and MINERALS under the same and other Lands to the extent of about 2000 Acres, situate in the parishes of Uansamlet, Swansea, St. John-juxta. Swansea, Llangevelach, Llanguick, Llandilo-1 alybont, Louchor Ilstone, and Hanthidian, in the county of Glamorgan; also LEASEHOLD HOUSES&WHARFS at and near Swansea. Some of the Coal is of as good quality for Steam-packet purposes as any in the Kingdom, -and the situation commands an excellent outlet to the sea for exportation. The South Wales, Welsh Midland, and Swansea Vale Railways will pass through parts of the Property, and will increase the facilities for bringing the Coal to market. A portion of the Coal in Llangevelach and St. Johns has been leased at Sleeping Rents and Royalties to most respectable Tenants. The Estates will be Sold subject to such Conditions as shall be pro- ducedat the time of Sale. Printed particulars may be had at the Offices of Messrs. Llewellyn and Randall, Solicitors, Neath Messrs. Row- land, Hacon, and Rowland, Solicitors, 38, Threadneedle- street, London; Messrs. Adam Murray and Son, 3o, Craven-Street, Strand at the Inns at Bristol & Swansea, and at the Commercial Rooms at Liverpool, Newcastle- npon-Tyne, Manchester, and Glasgow. In Monmouthshire, near to Usk and Monmouth. THREE CAPITAL FREEHOLD FARMS. Together with 330 Acres of excellallt LAND, ° let to responsible Tenants. MR. GEORGE ROBINS is instructed to announce for PUBLIC SALE, at the AUCTION MART, London, on TUESDAY, Nov. 11, at Twelve o'clock, in Three Lots, A very desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, pre- senting a most inviting opportunity for the investment of capital upon solid security; INDEED, IT PRESENTS A REFRESHING CONTRAST, & IS ONE VERY MUCH AT VARIANCE WITH THE OVER- WHELMING, ALTHOUGH PLAUSIBLE SCHEMES, WITH WHICH THIS COUNTRY IS AT PRESENT AFFLICTED. It comprises THREE CAPITAL FREEHOLD FARMS, (ONE A DAIRY FARM), ALTOGETHER 330 ACRES of very superior LAND, close to the MARKET-TOWNS OF USK & MONMOUTH, and let to highly-responsible tenants, at rents producing •about FOUR HUNDRED POUNDS A-YEAft. These Estates have long become a prominent feature in this vicinity. They aM situate m the most beautiful county in England, and at the same time the most inde- pendent one, as it possesses within itself the necessary supplies for all human enjoyment. The rivers abound in ssltnon, trout, and other delicious nsh the woods and liills with every variety of game, not forgetting wood- cocks (now just coming in) and grouse and the vemant pastures feed the finest breed of cattle and sheep; thus yielding, with the produce of the fertile tillage land, and the luxuriant orchards and gardens seen in every direction in this highly-favoured county, a plentiful supply for the gastronomic wants of the most fastidious gourmand. Tbea we have every variety of forest-trees—oak, elm, ash, &c., in profusion; and an equal variety of native minerals in the bosom of the earth, not forgetting those niost useful ones of iron, tin, coal, and limestone, and a little mine of gold for the fortunate purchasers of these "desirable estates. Again, in no county in England can the native scenery be surpassed in variety and loveliness —hill and dale, wood and water, all together form in every point of view an ensemble, in the happy arrange- ment of which Dame Nature may be truly said to have exhausted her most consummate skill, and, if possible, almost to have surpassed herself. Indeed, the timid hand that directs this unpretending and imperfect panegyric feela at a loss how to describe in sufficiently glowing colours this charming locality and to those who desne duly to appreciate it a personal inspection becomes im- perative, and can alone suffice. lo this dud it be 4'lded that railway communication will very shortly bring this county within five hours' ride of London thus ena- bling the opulent, but care-worn citizen, to resuscitate his constitution, and breathe a little fresh air, in the lux- uriant valleys and healthy uplands of Monmouthshire. THE LANGEVIEW FARM, OF 202 ACRES, M mf excellent arable, meadow, and pasture land, within a toife of the town of Usk, with a farm-house, and all necesury buildings, in the occupation of Mrs. Jane JBlower/at a clear yearly rent of £244. It is nearly i ALL TITHE FREE, THE MESSUAGE, FARM, AND LANDS, CALLED RED HOUSE, together with tenements and lands belonging, called Pwll y pwks, CONTAINING ABOUT 73 ACRES, is situate in the parish of Llangattock-vibon-Avel, within five miles of Monmouth, in the occupation of Mr. John Rose at the yeaily rent of JH80 and lastly, The EXCELLENT DAIRY FARM called LANUSK, situate in the parish of Llanbaddock, within one mile of Ihe town of Usk, containing about 56 acres of land of the %ost useful description, chiefly meadow and pasture, or capable of being laid down into grass with great advan- tage, and possessing some prime orcharding, in the occu- pation of Mr. Thomas Parker. The farms may be viewed on application to the tenants, nrlll printed particulars had, 14 days prior to the sale, at principal' inns at Usk Beaufort Arms, Monmouth Xin»'s Head, Gloucester; White Lion, Bristol; of A. ^Vaduington, Esq., Solicitor, at Usk the Auction Mart; «nd at Mr. George Robins'* Olhces, Covent Garden, TO JUDGES fpiSHi OF FINE TEAS. vr;P) '¡Wt) w:» Ill-IET WSSBSR, C A K S> a F1' & M K KTIK1T II «UAR»IAM OFFICE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE ASAM TEA (mPANr§ RARE AND PECULIARLY FINE TEAS, REQUES TS the favour of an Older from Connoisseurs, and those desirous of obtaining a really exquisitely flavoured Tea. Alter once partaking of the highly exhilarating and 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 C llPS of inferior flavour — both luxury and economy com bine to recommend the Asam Teat NAHOOLEAH PEKOE 5 0 | MAZENGA GREEN TEA 6 0 CHERIDOR SOUCHONG 0 0 j THOURA GREEN TEA 7 0 These leas can only be obtained in one pound, half-pound, and quarter-pound sealed packets, with the Company' Addrefs 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 VVILLIAM 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, Bookseyer, 35, High-Street. figT AGENTS WANTED FOR SOME OF THE LARGE TOWNS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. &atirr £ » Sydenham's Aniibilious Aperient Family Pill of Health, I For both Sexes, entirely Vegetable, prepared from the Prescrip- tion of that, eminent Physician, !).. S Y!)K:\ HA who was justly styled the 1 Father of Modern Medicine-" fe MOST valuable remedy lor Biiious and Liver Com- rl.. plaints, Indigestion, Head-Ache, Giddiness, Loss of Appetite. Flatulency, limit, Blienmatisiii, Heartburn, Spasms, l.owni'ss of Spirits, Costiveness, See. These celebrated FAMILY I ILL? have been faithfully dis- pensed by the present Proprietor for more than 30 years, and have obtained from all grades of the community a character and reputation which no medicine of a similar nature has hitherto acquired. Dr. SYDKNHAM'S PILLS being a most happy combination of vegetable matter, and not contain- ing any mercurial pteparation, require neither confinement nor alteration in diet during their use. Moderate exercise in- creases their good effects. They may be taken at any little when the bowels are costive and uneasy; and Sydenham's Pills should be taken by persons of all ages, as they assist digestion, correct excesses of the table, give a healthy action and tone to the stomach, tcmove all complaints 10 which the digestive organs are subject, and .vill lead to health and cheer- ful old age Families IInd the I'ropi-K-tors of Boarding Schoo s should never be without an adequate supply of this admirable Family Medicine, as SYDENHAM'S PILLS maybe resorted to with the greatest safety and success, on the first appearance of indis- position, and hy adopting this practice, many serious and too often fatal attacks will he entirely prevented. The followinn is the trpininn of an eminent Physician pradis- J iluJextensively in Bristol and Clifton- I have examined ilic composition of Ur. Sydenham's Pills, and consider them a very valtiabl ■ remedy in all com- plaints to which the Digestive Organs are subject, especially bilious affections, and an innumerable variety of diseases which are the consequences of an iiregular and imperfect tion of the organs of digestion." m The most delicate Females, the young and aged, prefe SYDENHAM'S PILLS to most other aperients, a-i they are beneficial to their general health, improve their appearance, and being a VEGETABLE PREPARATIOM, they are at once mild, safe, and effectual. The high opinion entertained of SYDENHAM'S FAMILY PII.LS, by many of the most eminent of the Faculty, in pre- sent practice,(as well as the numberof gratifying Testimonials the Proprietor is constantly receiving from persons of the highest respectability and standing in society who have been materially benefitted by their use,) renders any eulogium on their merits superfluous, and most convince the most sceptical of the superior properties of this valuable, established medi- cine acknowledged by thousands as the best, safest, and most effectual Family Medicine now before the Public. These Pills are sent abroad by the London exporting houses. Merchants and Captains of vessels will find them an almost indispensible acquisioo to their Medicine Chests, they are so prepared as to retain their medicinal properties in any extreme of climate. Small Boxes, is. 1 £ d. & 2s. 9d.—Family Boxes, 4s. 6d. & lIs. On the Family Boxes there is a considerable saving. Prepared by the sole Proprietor, J. II EES, Bristol, And Sold Wholesale by the following appointed Agents— CilfcJay and Sons, 9.5, Farringdoif Street; Edwards 07, and Newbery, 45, St. Paul's Churchyard; Sutton and Co., 10, Bow Churchyard; Butler, 4, Cheapside, (and 54, Sackville- Street. Dublin); Drew, Hay ward, and Co., Bush Lane; Treacher, Osborn, and Co., 28, VVilson Streer, -'j ~~a .—^ 1.- t !i.i n(.«P»neri»t> • Druggist, Stationer, and Medicine Vender in the Uni'cci Kingdom. CAUTION. Purchasers should be especially particular in for l: SY l>ISN 11 A H'S PILI, OF HlSALiU," and he sure that the signature of J. REES, Bristol," is on the (; vernuieut Sta;i>p which surrounds each box, as without this mark of authenticity none are genuine. IMPORTANT CHEMICAL DISCOVERY For Cleaning" Gold and rJilvsr Plate, Jewellery, Silver 3?lat3d sE-oods, dec. WITHOUT WKAlilNtl Oil INJURING T tl ii i'lliSCIOUS M KT AL IN THB S Llvi H HCS I' DliGiiKH. The following Letter frcih Dr. Ultl" the eminent Chemist, at once establishes the value c? this new due .very I.-Gold or Silver Plate, however tarnished, is polished nstantaneously, without tioublc.. 2 The loss of the pure metals by tnction is entirely avoided. 3—Silver Plate, when clean"d. presents a ire white or virgin silvery appearance, of the greatest brill™, and will remain in this state for a mucti greater length of time than when cleaned with the ordinary Plate Powders. 4.—The mass of pure metal is not at all injured by this pre- paration. as is the case with the fpucksijlver mixtures Plate may be cleaned dail v with the SILVO C CRLAM,and at the end of twelve months will be found not to have lost a erainof its original weight'• I have examined the preparation ,nvVj1 y lessrs. JON KS, for Cleaning Silver, called SILVO-GALVANic CREAM, and find it to be safe, effectual, and il,stantancous in its operation. BEING FOUNDED ON CHEMICAL 1 KINCIPLES, it merely re- moves the tarnish on plate, and restores the white silver lustre without abrading or wearing the precious melal in the SLIGHTEST degree. „ ANDREW U !B M.D., F.R S., &c., Prof ior of Chemistry and Analytical Chemist, London, 13, Charlott.-s- "t. Kedford-square, 8dl M i < n 1815. Certification of Messrs. RIPPON and BURTON. Gentlemen,—We have given your valuable discovery a fair trial, and have no hesitation in saying that it 13 the best com- pound we have ever tried for Cleaniug Gold and Silver WITIt- OUT FRICTION OR WEARING AWAY TIIE METAL, and shall accept the agency for its sale with great pleasure. (Signed) lUl'l ON and BURTON, Furnishing Ironmongers. Oxford-street, May 22d, 1845. This extraordinary discovery must, before many months have elapsed, become of general use in the establishment tf every nobleman and gentleman in the kingdom. It is, indeed remarkable that gentlemen possessing large quantities of va- luable Plate should so long have allowed the use of such destructive compounds as the ordinary Plate Powders for cleaning and polishing articles rendered invaluable as HISTO- RICAL F AMI L Y RECORDS of some interesting or important event. If any person would test for himself the truth of these remarks, he haS only to observe the act, on of quicksilver when placed iu contact with pure gold or silver, it combines with the pure metals, and ultimately renders them as brittle as pcwtfr. This result will explain the Humorous accidents arising from the slightest blow or fall, when plates of silver, chased and worked at immense exp nse, are broken into pieces like glass- the fragments being considerably less valuable than the unwroVht mdal, until by a difficult and tedious process the silver .s n.purined. But this is not the only cllil arising from the amalgamation of quicksilver with the pure metal. Persons ignorant of thela«s of chemistry have encouraged the use of corrosive Plate Powders, for giving a hrilliilnt polish to silvei whereas the silver is not at all po is y < the surface being only covered with a coating of quickst her, which, from its great affinity for oxygen, will remain brilliant only for an hour; and, consequently, before the article po- lished can be again used, will require another rubbing or It filing away of this corroded surface, to be replaced by a fresh layer of quicksilver, until layer alter layer of the pure metal is taken away, gradually reducing it to a thiu and pallry plate, fiiting it only for the crucible of tht- silversmith. In large establishments, where plate in consIderable quan- tity is cleaned, it is customary for persons to purchase the old rags, or wash-leather, which have been used for cleanmg plate, in order to sell them to silver or \"old refiaers, who de- rive no inconsiderable profit from the pure metal cotuainec. in these dilty leathers or rags. Plate may be Cleaned daily with this Compound, and at the expira'ioo of twelve months will be found not to have lost a grain of its original weight! It is of little consequence whether the article to be c eaned has been laid by for days or ye..rs, whether it be only dt8- oloured, or tarnished as black as hat immediate y on the application of the SI LVO-G A LV A NI CHHAM.the disco louration is removed, and then, with a soft and c can was leather a most brilliant and virgin-white poll-"1 may he produced. In chased silver the deepest nook and corner, where dirt aud corrosion are so difficult to remove, ).(-<' ¡¡lie equally polished with the level surface, by simply using a -on plate-brush. The manner of using it is so simple that a chi i may, in a few seconds, produce a polish, which, in the oroinary way, could not be given by an experienced piate cleaner in Ii. many Sold in Half-Pint, Pint, and Quart 2,. 6d.. and 4s., and Sample B ttles at U.). cacti, by all respect. able Chemists Silvers 1.itlis, and Ironmongers^ • CVUTION.-Every genuine Bohte of ibis •^ omp°"« protected by the Stamp and Address of the only nve MJ0NES and Co., LIGHT HOUSE,201, STRAND, LONDON, flutters ARTISTICAL PAPER-HANGINGS. WAREROOMS, 4d, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL, (OPPOSITIJ THE ARCADE). PARLOUR, Bed-room, Hall, and other Papers, at 6d., JL 8d., 10d., and Is. per Piece of 12 yards; combining effective patterns with permanent colouring. Paper Hangings at LOd., to 1 s. (hI. per Piece, equal in qeneral effect to many that are sold at 2s. 6d. to os. per Piece, and as durable. Drawing-room, Parlour, and Dining-room patterns, at 2s. 6d. to 5s. per Piece, little less effective than those commonly sold at 12s. to 18s. per Piece, and of equal quality. Gold Flock, and other best Paper Hangings, of rich and novel designs. Also, just re- ceived, direct from France, some ingenious and exact imitations of datuasks, chintzes, lace, &c., of exquisite finish. ARTISTICAL PAPER HANGINGS. J. F. COTTERELL feels much pleasure in stating that in no instance where his Artistical Paper Hangings have been introduced have they failed to give complete satisfaction —and he has just fitted up a large Wareroom for the purpose of exhibiting the specimens, so arranged, that the precise effect of a Room, in any style, when completed, may be at once obtained. J. F. Cottcrell's mode of Artistical Paper Hanging is one of his own invention. He supplies designs appro- priate to buildings of whatever age or character, and which will render old or unshapely walls and ceilings pleasing and attractive, without other alterations. The Hanging of Common Papers reduced to Eight- pence per Piece. Hangings in silk and damask and other superior finish for interiors. J. F. COTTERELL, 46, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL. BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY. DR. TURNER'S TESTIMONIAL. SIR.- I do not hesitate to express my conviction, that YOUR PATENT BRANDY is fully as free from every thing injurious to health, AND CONTAINS AS PURE A SPIRIT AS THE BEST VARIETIES OF FOREIGN BRANDY. I remain, Sir, vour most obedient Servant, EDWARD TURNER, Professor of Chemistry in the University of London. This is the only Brandy in England TS, protected by the Patent METALLIC CAPSULES, rnPATMNT thus embos- sed with the Address of the Firm. TC BBTTS'S PATENT BRANDY may be obtained, in the petei^l, P.1;'00!3;' M- by way of sample, and s. pe a ;u ce aud Spirit Merchants, in .y locality. The Disrittn^—, 7, SMITIIFIELD BAHS, LONDON, is the only establishment of J., T. BSTTS, JUN. & Co. CAUTION. A LL Persons advertising Succedaneum for Stopping it Decayed Teeth, fraudulently attempt to imitate Mr. Clarke's original Succedaneum and if any Succe- daneum than Mr. Clarke's be purchased, it will be discovered useless. Mr. Clarke can say, without the slightest exaggeration, that he has sold 3,000 bottles of Succedaneutn within 16 months; and 2,800 individuals have been able to use it successfully and most of the other purchasers have been to Mr. Clarke, at his residence 61, Lower Grosvenor Street, London, to have their teeth sto'pped, without any further charge than the original cost of the Succedaneum, price 5s. Sold wholesale to all the chemists in town and country; and none is genuine unless had through Messrs. Barclay and Sons, wholesale Medicine Warehouse, 9.% Farringdon Street; !v! vards and Son, 67, St. Paul's Church Yard; Hanney and Co., 63, Oxford Street; Colleck and Mosely, 130, Upper Thames Street, London; and other respectable wholesale Medicine Warehouses; or Mr. Clarke can send it by post to any part of the United Kingdom, on receiving a post-office order. FOR STOPPING DECAYED TEETH, however 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. CLIRKE'S' SUCCEDANEUM for stopping decayed teeth, is far superior to anything ever used before, 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 agah useful for mastication. All persons can use Mr. CLARKE'S SUCCEDA- NEUM themselves with ease, as full directions are enclosed-pri,e 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 TEKTH.—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 James Clark, Bart., M O • and Dr. Locock, Physicians to Her Majesty, and numerous 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. TO MR. PROUT, 229, STRAND, LONDON Doncaster, Septemher 26th, 1844. SIR,-The following particulars have been handed to its with a request that thev might be forwarded to you, with per- mission for their publication, if you should deem them worthy of such. J. BltOOKR & Co., Doncaster. ELIZABETH fiR EÂ It LEY, residing in Duke-streef, Doncas- ter, aged between 4.1 .1 5), was severely afflicted with Rheumatism, and co ,n ed to her bed for a period of neaily two months, with sc >- .-Iv the power to lift her arm 'was signally benefitted a r- r ta'.ing two dose3 of BLA-llv S (JOUI AND till pusi.A i'li- PU.lA and after finishing two boxes was quite recovered." The. atiove recent les i ooniai is a further proof of the great efficacy of this valuable medicine, which is the most effective remedy for Gout. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, lie Dolo- roux, Pains ill the Head and Face often mistaken for tootli- che, and for aU Wonty and 'Uieti natic Tendencies. It is also gratifying to h .ve permission to refer to the fol- lowing gentlemeu, selected from a Dlultitude of others, whose station in societv has contributed to advance this p"pular medicine in public esteem: J. H. Mandall, Esq, coroner, Doncaster; the Rev. Dr. Blomberg; the Chevalier de la Garde; Mr. Mulkin, brewer and maltster, Daritoid; Mr. Hichard Stone, Luton; John J. Giles, Esq., Frimley Mr. Innwood, l'erbright; VVm. Courtcoay, Esq.. Barton atacey, near Andover Railway Station, Hants; all of whom have received benefit by taking; this medicine, and have allowed the proprietor the privilege of publishing the same for the benefit of the afflicted. Sold by Thomas Prout, 229. Strand, London; and by his appointment by Mr Thos. Stephens, drnagist, Merthyr Tyd vilj Mr. Phillips, Cardiff; Mr. Farror. Monmouth Mr. Williams Brecon; Mr. Williams anll Mr. Phillips, Newpoit and ail re- spectable Medicine Venders throughout the United Kingdom, -Price 2s. 9d. per box Ask for JILAII,S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS, and observe the name aud address of "Thomas Protill, 229, Strand, London," impressed upon the Government Stamp affixed to each box of the Genuine Medicine. jftatlfoap Aotírrø. Rhondda & Ely Valleys Junction Railway. rpHE allotment of shares in this Company has been I completed, and the Committee regret that in con- sequence of the very numerous demands for shares from persons locally interested, it has been under the necessity of omitting many most respectable applications. Wm. DAWSON, Chairman. 19, Northumberland-street, Strand, Oct. 18, 1845. TAFF VAIVS RAILWAY. TENDERS FOR LOANS ON MORTGAGE DEBENTURE. rpHE DIRECTORS are ready to receive Tenders for x LOANS of MONEY, (at a rate of interest not ex- ceeding 4 per cent, per annum), to the extent of £ 10,400, to replace that amount of the Company's first Mortgage Debentures falling due on the 1st February next. Tenders to be addressed to the Secretary on or before the 1st day of November next, endorsed, Tenders for Loans." By Order, A. F. MORSOM, Secretary. Taff Yale Railway Office, > Cardiff, 8th October, 1845. The Oginores & Ganv Tales, & Port of Cardiff Union Railway. (P ROVISIONA. LLY REGISTERED.) CAPITAL £ 300,000, in 18,000 SHARES of JE20 each. DEPOSIT, E2 2s. per SHARE. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. Viscount Adare, M.P., Dunraven Park, Glamorganshire Visa annt Ingest re, M.P., Brompton Park, and lngcstre Psfrk, Staffordshire The Honourable William Gore, Wilton Crescent The Honourable Henry Gage, Whitehall, and Firle, Sussex Richard Price, Esq., M.P., Radnorshire Sir John Osborn, Bart., Fulham Sir George Pivseott, liart., Theobalds, Herts Henry A. Bruce, Esq., Duffi yn House, Carditf William Bradley, Esq., Manor Oaks, Sheffield Edward Cotton. Esq., Keppel-street, Russell-square Major Morse Cooper, Henley-on-Thames JohnWhittock Nicholl Carne, Esq., D.C.L., Dimland's House, Glamorganshire Richard Dutton, Esq., Herne Hill, Camberwell Captain Dawson, R.N., Barnes Ray. H. R. Fowler, Manchester-square, London Rev. Thomas Grouow, Brompton-square, and Court Herbert, Glamorganshire William Gilbertson, Esq., Baglan. Glamorganshire Captain Hewitt, Tyr Mab Ellis, Glamorganshire John James, Esq., Brunswick-square John Ingles Jerdein, Esq., director of the Great Man- chester, Rugby, and Southampton Railway Richard Hartley Kennedy, Esq., Manchester-square, London Richard Keily, Esq., Cleveland-Row, St. James's Griffith Llewellyn, Esq., Baglan Hall, Glamorganshire James Morrison, Esq St. Mary-at-Hill, London F. Meymott, Esq., Inner Temple Evan Pritchard, Esq., Collena, Glamorganshire William S. Potter, Esq., Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park John Randall, Esq., Old Castle, Bridgend, Glamorgan- shire Richard Lewis Reece, Esq., Cardiff Major Jolf Sharpe, Twickenham George Skelton, Esq., Hyde Park-street, London Archibald Speas, Esq., Manor House, Invereskj Philip Vaughan, Esq., Brecon Major Waller, St. James's Square (With power to add to their number.) STANDING COUNSEL-E. L. Richards, Esq. SOLICITOR. W. B. James, Esq., 5, Basinghall-street, London. BANKERS. Messrs. Weston and Young*; Glamorganshire Banking Company, Neath and Swansea; Messrs. Towgood and Co., Cardiff; National Provincial Bank, Bridgend and Cardiff. ACTING ENGINEER—Charles E. Bernerd, Esq. SECRETARY—W. D. Logie, Esq., pro tem. THE Vales of the Ogwr (or Ogmore) Fawr and Ogwr Fach, and of the Garw, lying near and nearly parallel Jfes £ tfJ>ufffiYirui.~bwTn £ it) ttreir -.nwtUuyAyihl<, above all to the want of a cheap and easy communication with the sea, have been hitherto wholly neglected. In order to supply this deficiency, and to open to the various mar kcts the vast resources which these vallies afford, the above connecting Lines of Railway have been projected, and by them communication with the Port of Cardiff, Port Talbot, Porthcawl, and every other Port in the Bristol Channel, will be effected. The length of the main line will be about 18 miles, and the branches up the three Vallies 16,^making in the whole about 34 miles. The branches will commence from Blaenogwr, in the vale of Ogwr Fawr; from Blaengarw, in that of the Garw, and from Blaenogwr, in the vale of the Ogwr Fach, and will concentrate near Bryn Cethin; from thence the main line, formed by this junction, will pass by Llanhar- ran, and join the South Wales Railway, near the Port of Cardiff. The whole district of country through which the lines will pass, has already been surveyed by highly competent parties, and affords gradients and levels of the most favourable kind. No heavy cutting, expensive bridges, or embankments will be required, so that the cheap exe- cution of the proposed lines is perfectly certain. There is, on the spot, abundance of stone and other materials, for the proper execution of the works. The project is supported by powerful local interest, and all the Land- owners who have yet been consulted have given their sanction and approval. The rising town of Bridgend, and its neighbourhood, will be greatly benefitted by the coinplet'on of this under- taking, and a cheap and ready market afforded for their manufacturing and agricultural produce. It is intended to form a junction with the South Wales Railway near this town. The Vales present excellent sites for Iron-works; and the establishment of Collieries on a large scale will imme- diately succeed the formation of the road. Twenty-five miles of the line will pass through property abounding in Coal, Iron-Stone, Black-Band, and Lime-Stone, all which products have not at present the means of transit to any market whatever. It is confidently anticipated that the investment in this undertaking will give a handsome return to the Share- holders. No Subscriber will be answerable beyond the amount of his deposit until the Act is obtained, and then not be- yond the amount of his subscription. Until an Act of Parliament shall be obtained, the affairs of this Company will be under the control of a Managing Committee, to whom power will be given to allot the Shares, and to apply the funds of the Company in payment of all the expenses incurred in its formation, and in the preparation of the plans and sections to be submitted to Parliament. Power will be applied for in the Act to raise any addi- tional capital, to extend or abandon any part of the line, to make branch lines, or enter into any arrangements, by amalgamation or otherwise, with any other Company or Companies. And power is hereby given to the registered promoters to nominate the Managing Committee of the Company. In the allotment of Shares, a preference will be given to Landowners on the line, and to other parties locally interested. Prospectuses and Maps may be had of, and applications for Shares may be addressed in the form annexed to, W. B. James, Esq., Solicitor, 5, Basinghall-street, London, the temporary Offices of the Company; and at those of the under-mentioned Brokers but no applications for Shares will receive the attention of the Committee, unless accompanied by a reference to one or more of the Provi- sional Committee, or Solicitor:- London-Messrs. John Shevvell and Son, 25, Token- house Yard. Messrs. J. Peppercorne and Co., 2, Old Broad- Street. p Liverpool—Messrs. Boultt and ^o. Manchester—Messrs. Houghland and Leese. Leeds — Messrs. John Young and Co. Bristol-Luke Arnold, Esq.; Messrs. Taite and Nash. Birmingham-M r. Collis. Shemeid—Messrs. Bardwell and Sons. Glasgow—Messrs. Cockburn and Co. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES. To the Provisional Committee of the Ogmores and Garw Vales, and Port ofCardui Union Railway. GENTLEMEN,—I request that you will allot to me Shares of JE20 each in this Company, and I undertake to accept the same, and to pay t f.eH08'* thereon, or upon any less number that may to me and I hereby undertake to execute the Parliamentary Contract and Subscribers' Agreement when required. « Name (in tuU) Residence Trade or profesawn Reference with Address Date of Application ftoHerø. j MONMOUTHSHIRE. ToIronFounders,Engineers & others. n TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, ALL that well-known IRON FOUNDRY, called the Union Iron Foundry, situate at Llanhilleth, in the county of Monmouth.. The Premises are in a fit state for immediate working, and consist of Spacious Cast-Houses, Moulding Shops, Pattern-Shops, Fitting-Shops, with powerful Lathes Smith's-Shops, anè. every other convenience for making Castings, and fitting up Engines of every description; with Offices, Workmen's Cottages, Stablings, and other requisite conveniences. For further particulars apply to WILLIAMS and SONS, Newport Old Bank. Newport, 8th October, 1845. MOYHOlTilSHIRIi TO-ITINE. CAPITAL, JE9,000, IN 3GO SHARES OF £2;) EACH. DEPOSIT, £5 PER SHARE. TRUSTEES. Christopher Shapland, Esq., of Sneed Park, near Bristol; Matthew Fothergill, Esq., Tredegar. BANKERS. The Monmouth anl Glamorga.n Bank, Newport, and its Branches; Messrs. Stuckey's, Banking-House, Bristol; Messrs. Robarts, Curtis, and Co., London. SoLlcnoK—Mr. Edward Burges, Bristol. This TONTINE to be founded on the purchase of a valuable Property in the County of Monmouth, producing a Rental of £ 445 a-year. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. FIRST. WOODLAND'S ESTATE, situated at Malpas, two miles from Newport, Monmouthshire, con- sisting of a handsome Mansion House, erected within the last nine years, and Twelve Acres of Land together with Lawn, Shrubbeiies, Gardens and Orchard, Coach- Houses, Stables, Harness and Servants' Rooms, Granary, Store-Houses, Cow-Houses, and other suitable outbuild- ings, &c., &c., with every requisite for the residence of a family of the first respectability. This property is well known, as being in one tof the most beautiful situations in South Wales. 2nd. THE TREDEGAR ARMS HOTEL, with five other houses adjoining this latter property, the best in the town, has been substantially built within the last eight years, and is well known to the commercial world from the extensive business carried on therein. As a prjof of the value of this property, E1100 was given about nine years since (in consequence of no beer-houses being allowed in this town) for the site, and a small dilapidated inn, which was obliged to be taken down. Tredegar, and its environs, contain a population of upwards of 25,000 inhabitants. The tenure of the whole property is leasehold; and that firstly described is held for a term, of which 42 years are unexpired; and that secondly described, for a term of which 37 years are unexpired. PLAN OF THE TONTINE. Capital, JE9000 in 360 Shares of JE25. Each Share- holder shall have the option of naming either himself, or any other person, whose aze, next birthday, shall not be les3 than 74 years, but shall not be at liberty to appoint any nominee who has been previously named. The Rents to be divided annually, on the 30th of October, among those Shareholders whose nominees were living on the 29th day of September preceding. Each party on taking his or her share or shares, is to pay a deposit of L5 to either of the Bankers above named to the credit of the MONMOUTHSHIRE TONTINE and shall, before the expiration of thirty days after such payment deliver to the Solicitor a written nomination of a life, as his or her nominee in respect of such share or shares, whose age on the next birthday will be at least 74, and shall afterwards pay the residue of his or her subscription, by such calls as the Trustees may make. That if either of the said nominees shall die before the whole of the shares are taken, the party nominating such life may substitute another life, whose age on the next birthday shall not be less than 74 years, as aforesaid. Upon the death of all the nominees save one the Tontine shall be determined, and the whole of the premises shall become the absolute property of the Sh^r^hnlder nwninsr a share or shares fas the ease may shall happen that one person shall at any time be entitled to the whole of the shares, in which case the Trustees shall convey the property absolutely to such person. The formation of the Tontine is intended to be com- pleted by the 21st December, 1845, or sooner, if filled up, when the property shall be vested in the names of Four Trustees; and in case any Shareholder shall either neglect to appoint a nominee, or fail to pay the remainder of "his or her subscription money, then his or her share or shares, with the deposit paid thereon, shall be forfeited. The Trustees shall always be four in number; and in case of a vacancy, the majority of the Shareholders shall have the power of filling it up. Each Shareholder to have one vote only. The Tontine to be managed by a Committee of Six Proprietors, to be appointed at a General Meeting. The Tontine promises great advantages, and presents more inducement for investment than any speculation of the kind which has yet been submitted to the public, for the following reasons, viz.:— The property has cost considerably over the sum of JE9000, and is in excellent repair. The Trustees have received an offer of JE440 a year for the whole property, for seven years, on a repairing ipase, which after deducting Ground Rents and Insurance, would give an immediate dividend of four per cent., the Lessee binding himsdtf to do all repairs. From the very advanced ages of the lives, it may reasonably be expected that in a very few years the surviving life will become sole possessor of the property and this not only offers an immense gain to the Share- holders whose nominee shall be such last survivor, but also vety great advantages at each annual division of the rents, to those whose nominees may survive the average of the lives named. The annual dividend to such of the Shareholders nominees as shall survive, will increase in the same ratio as the lives decrease. The following may be enumerated as amongst a few of the advantages to be derived from the scheme. An immediate return of a large rate of interest for a small investment. An annual increasing income. The great probability that the Shareholder will in the course of a very short period become the owner of the property. To aged persons inserting their own'lives, it offers a continually increasing and certain annuity. To parties expecting property on the decease of aged lives, this investment offers for a small sum a certain return, till the dropping of the life or lives renders the income no longer an object to persons so situated for instance, a party expecting Church preferment on the death of an incumbent, aged 74, or upwards, may by this scheme insure an increasing income, until the death of the incumbent puts him in possession of the living. Applications for Shares may be made to the Solicitor or Brokers. Applications for Plans, Particulars, and Prospectuses, may be made to Mr. Edward Burges, Solicitor, Bristol Mr. Thos. Whatley Bolton, 4, Elm Court, Temple Mr. R. Waters, Solicitor, Tredegar Messrs. Wreford, Nicholls, andWreford, Stockbiokers, Bristol, and Bank Chambers, London Mr. Matthew Wotherspoon, Stockbroker, Liverpool Messrs. Bradley, Ford and Parker, Stockbrokers Manchester Mr. Jos. Barnicot, Effra Villa, Effra Road, Brixton Mr. J. J. Nicholas, Merchant, Newport Mr. F. R. Owen, ditto Mr. Pritchard, Auctioneer, ditto Mr. Gilbert, Draper, Pontypool Mr. John Morgan, Draper, Abergavenny The Hereford Times" Office, Hereford Mr. T. Davies, Bush Hotel, Merthyr ,.<- The Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian" Office, Cardiff Mr. W. Williams, Draper, Usk Mr. Morgan Price, Spirit Merchant, Swansea Mr. W. T. Morgan, Draper, Neath Mr. W. Harris, Draper, Tenby Mr. Owen Thomas, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Pembroke Mr. W. Williams, Draper, Haverfordwest Mr. Joseph Davis, Chepstow Mr Morgan Jenkins, Draper, Cardigan Mr. D. Jenkins, Draper, Brecon FORM OF APPLICATION. To the Trustees of the Monmouthshire Tontine. I request you will allot me Shaves of £ 'J5 each in the Monmouthshire Tontine, and I will accept the same, or any less number allotted to me, and sign the Deed'of Settlement, and pay the Deposit, and further calls thereon, when required. Name in full Addienjmd description Date Name of Referee lioticfg. CAUTION". Unprincipled individuals prepare the most laheU U{?-11°°l»ider the same names t hey copy t lie labels, bill, advertisements, and testimonials of the original fhumas s It is therefore highly neceMafy to of each article.0'0' h°'naS Howard" are on the wrapper » Al, others are fraudulent imitations. For Stopping Decayed Teeth. Price 2s. üd. PATRONIZED BY nElt M^JLSTY THE QUEFN HKK HOVAI TL.1RGHNKSIS PIT INGE ALBEttt, HIS RV iu,INKSS THK DUCHESS OF KENT H S A. JRL K[X<I THE BELGIANS, H « nu i <N K K,N^ OF PRUSSIA, HIS UKACFC, I HE AltCHiilSHOP OK CANTERBURY, And neaily iil the Nobility, the Kishops, and the Clergy Mr. Thomas's Succedaneum, FOR filling Decayed Teeth, however large the cavity. J. It is suPenor to any thing ever before used, as it is piac in the tooth in a soft state, without any pressure or pain, and in a short time becomes as hard as the enamel, and will remain firm in the tooth m,nv years, rendering extraction unnecessary, k arrests all farther progress of decay, an.) rem eri, them a;tnn useful in mas'.icauo: Ail ue.sons can nee "J,"OM.A.fS SUCCKDANEUM THEMSELVES WITH EASE, as full directions are enclosed. Prepared only by Messrs. rHOMAS and HOWARD SlIr- geon-Dentists, 61, Berners-Slreet, Oxford-Street. London. Agents"-— appointment by the following Mr. Thomas Stephens, drugist. Merthyr Tyd vil Ur Phillips, Cardiff, Air. Farror, Monmouth 2 Mr Wii'liama' Brecon; Mr. Wi,iia.ns and Mr. Phillips, Newpo.t; and by the Vender, of Medicine generally throughout the kingdom, and by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors or the Proprie- tors will send the Succedaneum free BV POST to any part of the Kingdom. J r LOSS OF TEETH. Messrs. THOMAS^ HOWA RD continue to supply the Loss of Teeth without spriags or wires upon their new S)SlPIIl of SELF-ADHESION, which has secured theui universal appro- bation, and it is recommended by numerous Physicians and Surgeons as being the most ingenious system of supplyine artificial teeth hitherto invented. They adapt themselves over the most tender gums, or remaining stumps, without causing the least pain, rendeiing the operation of extracting quite unnecessary. They are so fixed as to fasten any loose teeth where thu ^ims have shrunk from the use of calomel or other causes. Tney also beg to invite those not likm* to un- dergo any p ,ir.ful operation, as practised by most members of the profession, to inspect their painless yet effective system and in order that their improvements may be within reach ot the most economical, they will continue the same moderate charges. Massrs. THOM AS and HOW A RD, SURGEON-DENTIST, 64, Berners-Street, Oxford-Street, Londoa. At home from 10 till 4. « i^h?4e,!nTrR,lKSTED THrE SUBJECT will find THIS SlAIF.MEMTOF THEIR SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OOSrrct™ BE ENTIttELY ANU Their new method of fixing Artificial Teeth has obtained the approbation and recommendation of the following emi- nent 1 hysicians and Surgeons Sir James Clark, Bart., Physician to her Majesty Dr. Locock, Physician Accoucheur to her Majesty Dr. Ferguson, Physician Accoucheur to her Majesty Dr. Bright, Physician Extraordinary to her Majesty •ru 1 "rodle> Hart-' s„crgeant Surgeon to her Majesty 1 be late Sir A Cooper., Bart., Serg. Surgeon to her Majesty li. Keate, Esq., Sergeant Surgeon to her Majesty Dr. Merriman, Physician to her R. H. the Duchess of Kent Sir C. M. Clark, Bart., M.D. j)r parjs Sir M. T.erney, Hart., M. D. Dr'. James Johnson Dr. Chambers, Dr. Conquest And numerous other Members of the Medical Profession. Just Published, a new and important edition of the "SILENT FRIEND" ON HUMAN FRAILTY. Price2s.6d.. & sent Free to any part of the United Kingdom on receipt of a Post-office Order for 3s 6d. THE SILENT FRIEND, A MEDICAL WORK, on the concealed cause that A destroys physical energy, and the ability of manhood, ere vigour has established her empire; with observations on the baneful effects of YOUTHFUL EXCESSES and INFIiCIION, with Means of Restoration. The influence of mercury on tht skin is pointed out and illustrated by Ten Colour,>,f r.n<rr»vi„a f~ll 1, _1.& BY R. AND L. PERRY AND CO. CONSULTING SURGEONS, Published by the AUTHORS, and may be had at their Resi- dence, 19, Berners-street, Oxlord^slreet, London; Sold by STRANGE,21, Paternoster-Row. HAN s A V & Co., 63, Oxford- street; GORDON, 146, Leadenhall-street; POWELL, 10 Westmorland-street, Dublin; LINDSAY, 11, Elm Row, Edin- burgh; D. CAMPBELL, 136, Argyle-street,Glasgow INGHAM, Market-street, Manchester; N E WTO N, Church Street, Liver- pool, GUEST, Bull-Street, Birmingham; PnRKINs, Haver- ford-west; JENKINS, Merthyr and Dowlais; and by all Booksellers iu Town and Country. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. We regard the work before us." The Silent Friend," as a work embracing most clear and practical views of a series of complaints hitherto little understood, and passed over by the majority of the Medical profession, for what reason we are at a loss to know. We must, however, confess that a perusal of this work has left such a favourable impres- sion on our mind that we not only recommend, but cordially wish every one who is the victim of past folly, or suffering from indiscretion, to profit by the advice contained in its pages."—Age and Argus. « The Authors of The Silent Friend" seem to be tho roughly conversant with the treatment of a class of com I plaints which are we fear, too prevalent in the present day. The perspicuous style in which this book is written, and the valuable hints it conveys to those who are apprehensive of entering the marriage state, cannot fail,to recommend it to a careful perusal.—Era. "This work should be read hy all who value health and wish to enjoy life, for the truisms therein contained defy all doubt. —Farmers' Journal. THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRIACUM, is intended to relieve those persons who, by an immo- derate indulgence of their passions, have ruined their consti- tutioos, or in their way to the consummation of that deplo- rable state, are affected with any of those previous symptoms that betray its approach, as the various affections of the ner- vous system, obstinate gleets, excesses, irregularity, obstruc- tions of certain evacuations, weaknesses, total impotency, barrenness, &c. This medicine is particularly recommended to be taken before persons enter into the matrimonial state, lest in the event of procreation occuring, the innocent offspring should bear enstamped upon it th^physical characters deiivable from parental debility. Price lis., or the quantity of 4 at lis. in one Bottle for 33s., by which Its. is saved—the f5 cases may be had as usual, which is a saviug of £1 12s. THE CONCENTRATED DETERSIVE ESSENCE An Anti-Syphilitic Remedy for searching out & purifying the diseased humours of the blood, and,certaln cure for Scurvy, Scrofula, and all cutaneous eruptions, conveying its active principles throughout the body, even penetrating the minutest vessels, removing all corruptions, contaminations, and impu- rities from the vital stream,—eradicating the morbid virus; and radically expelling it through the skin.—Price lis. or four Bottles in one for 33s. by which lis. is saved, also in X5 cases, which saves Jd 12- PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, Price 2s. 9d., 4s. 6J., and 1 is. per box, With explicit directions, rendered perfectly intelligible to every capacity,, are well known throughout Europe to ba the most certain and effectual remedy ever discovered for Gonorrhoea, both in its mild and aggravated forms by imme- diately allaying inflammation and arresting further progress. Gleets, Strictures, Irritation of the bladder, pains of the loins and kidneys, gravel, and other disorders of the Urinary pas- sages, in either sex. are permanently cured in a short space of time, without confinement or the last exposure. The above medicines are prepared only by Messrs. R. and L. PERRY and Co., Surgeons, 19, Berner's Street, Oxford Street, London. Sold by all Druggists, Medicine Vendors and Book- sellers in Town and Country. Messrs. Perry expect when consulted by letter, the usual fee of One Pound, without which, no notice whatever can be taken of the communication Patients are requested to be as minute as possible in the detail of their cases, as to the duration of the complaint, the symptoms, age, hajiits of living, and general occupation. Medicines can be forwarded to any part of the world: no difficulty can occur, as they will be securely packed, and care- fully protected from observation. Messrs. Perry & Co., Surgeons, may be consulted as asnal, at 19, Herner's Street, Oxford Street, London, punctually from II till 2, aud from 5 till b. On Suudays from 10 °t" Only one personal visit is required from a country to enable Messrr Perry and Co. to give such advice as w tho means of effecting a permanent and effectual cure, r all other means have proved ineffectual. N.B. Country Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Me.dieiic Venders, and evorv other Shopkeeper can e sttpp ie with anv quantity of the Cordial Balm of. yriacti ,e oncen- trated Detersive Essence, and erry s «tr' Specific Pills, with -he usual allowance to the Trade, by most of the principal Wholesale Patent Medicine Houses in London.