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s?team iLibfgattcn. THE A R D IFF A N 1) B 11 I S T O L Jrteam A Inciters R I N 10 E OF W ALE S I MATTHEW JONES, Commander; IL A D Y C H A R L 0 T T E, H E x K Y J E !• F E r v, Coininander; A INTKNDED to SAIL during the week as follows ."1. (from the BUTE SHIP DOCK) ^V?,'ce »f Wales — Mondays, Lady Charlotte Monday. *e<lnesdavs, & Friday-.— Wednesdays, and Fridays, ^htirlotte——Tuestiriys, Prince of Wales—Tuesday*, lf>days, and Saturdays. Thursdays, and Saturday-, Prom GMtDlPF. From HulSTOL. lf>days, and Saturdays. Thursdays, and Saturday-, Prom GMtDlPF. From HulSTOL. J/ec-, 184> Dec., 18 t-). ;*> Holiday SJ morn 22, Monday .IO3 morn > Tuesday 10 morn 23, Tuesday .II morn '• Wednesday morn: 24, Wednesday I after 'M ..12 noon 25, Thursday i2} after J?' Friday, 1 after 26, Friday 3 after | 'Saturday. 2^ after ) 27, Saturday* 7 moin Lou" Passage. if1.. dr,ta^es and horses to be alongside One hour previous j b to Tintp of Sailing. ^B°UCEO FARES :—After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. II\(uren uacler Twelve years of age. Half-price; Dogs, Is. each. i A Feinalc Steward aiteiuls on Board both Packets. Afresh meiits may be had on hoard on moderate terms. I .p p0ur-wheel Carriage -2ts.; ditto Phaeton or Gis>, 10s. fid. ""o-wheel, drawn by one horse and driver, 15s.; Hose ?')l1 Kider Vfier Cabin, 9s; Horse and Rider, Fore Cabin, I p*'6J.; Cattle and Horses, (is. each; Sheep, Figs, and j a'ves. Is. each. Carriages, Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will be subject to '•Wing and Wharfages at the Bute Docks" V Not Accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. P'eighters are requested to order all Goods intended for l"e P.ilN'CK OF WAt.K*. to be sent to No. 12, Quay-street, Or II) Rohert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the UDV Crl VIUJOI Hi, to Clare-street Hall, Marsh-street, ^BuU Wharf, lledclitr-strect, Bristol. hoods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets ,t the expense of the Companies. fMerthyr, Newbridge, Aherdare, Cowbridge, Bridgend, ^triuent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these '»ces in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats itn- ^iately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular £ °nveyauce, in which case tliey will be deposited in the l'u Packet Warehouse till callcd for.—Freight to be paid on clclivery. ^oods, Packages, Parcels, Ike., forwarded to all parts of « kingdom Wlthont delay, when sent to either of their Packet Onices in Cardiff or Bristol. 1 Ptrther information as to Freight, will he readily obtained J' applying to the Agents—Mr. Woodman, Agent at the J/'c'tet Office, on the Wharf, Carditf; or to Mr. G. C. JJ*SSON, Agent, No. 12, Quay-sireet, Bristol, for the 'Hl^CE OF° WALES Packet; an.l of Mr. T. JOHN, at the '*cket Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. W. B; 29, Avon Crescent, llotwells, Bristol, for the L\DY C$VlU.OITfi Packet. JfOTlCR. —The Proprietors of above the Steam Packets give I °tice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's SRage.nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, Or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, leakage, or otherwise) ?nl«8s Booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, *1 above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and .triage in proportion paid for the same, at the time of poking.—Goods consigned to order, or not taken away Six o'clock in the evening of the day of lauding, will e Warehoused at the risk and expense of the consignees. Goods to be considered as liens, not only for freight and Purges due thereon, but also for all previously unsatisfied ''ight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of I"* said Packets. Disputed weights or measurement, claims loss or damage, &c., cannot be allowed, unless a written ""•ice of the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery CONTRACT FOR SLATES. Department of the Storekeeper General of the Navy, Somerset Place, 11th Dec., 1845. ""fIE COMMISSIONERS FOR EXECUTING ;f- THE OFFICE OF LORD HIGH ADMIRAL ? THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT FRIDAY, the 9TH JANUARY next, at ONE LoCK, they will be ready to treat with such Persons Inay be willing to Contract for SUPPLYING HER ISTY'S SEVERAL DOCK YARDS with Welsh a# Cornish Slates. irm of the Tender may be seen at the said Office. No • will be received after One o'Clock, on the Day of Welsh. Cornish Slates. nor any noticed, unless the Party attends, or an for him duly authorised in writing. ry Tender must be addressed to the Secretrary of dmiralty, .and bear in the left hand corner the Tender for Slates", and must also be delivered ners#t Place, accompanied by a Letter signed by ■esponsible Persons, engaging to become bound le Person tendeiing, in the Sum of £ 500, for the performance of the Contract L ADDURNEDIG FISHER, YN GYURAEG A SAESNEG. RGRAFFIAD Newydd, mewn tua Hanner Cant o anau, pris Swllt a phob Rhan i gynnwys Dar- irdd, wedi ei gerfio nr ddur, yn benaf allan o waith l Feistriaid, a'r Golygfeydd o luniau a dynwyd ar gan Gelfyddwyr enwocaf yr oes. Y BIBL DWYIEITHAWG, nuwys yr Ysgrythyrau Sanctaidd, yn Gymraeg a g, pob Dosparlh o'r naill Iaith ar gyfer y Hall; da Nodiadau Eglurhaol, a Darlleniadau a Chyfeiriadau j—j.cnol. Wedi ei drefnu gan y diweddar Barcli. HARRIS, Golygydd Seien Gomer. New Edition, in about 50 Parts, price One Shilling, and every Part embellished with a highly-finished Engraving, from Paintings chiefly by the Old |ters and Landscapes, frotn drawings on the spot, by Inent Artists. K THE DUOGLOTT, BIBLE, prising !the Holy Scriptures, in the Welsh and ^^Ftglish Language?, every column of each version cor- HE^Pon'ding with the other; with Explanatory Notes, :> ^*rginal Headings and References, arranged by the late JOSETH HARRIS, Editor of the Seren Gomer. Part I. Now Ready and may be had of all Boo sellers WISHER, SON, & Co., Angel Steeet, St. Martin's-le- rand, London. ai W A S D E RI S « JEW, Complete for T100 Shillings! • published, price 2s. in wrapper, or 2s. 6d. cloth fxtra, Part 79 of "The Novel Newspaper," contain- lng the only authentic translation of I HE WANDERING JEW a Tale of the Jesuits. By EUGENE SUE. Translated from the French, by AIRD, author of The Studeut's French Gram- "&e. Lately published, in the Novel Newspaper, uniform >-f' with the above, SALAMANDER, a Naval Romance. By j»0QBNE SUE. Complete, 9d. k 1L TilE JEW. A Romance of the Fifteenth Century. \Y C. SPINDLER, author of The luvalide," price t *8. fid. THE tNVALIDE or, Pictures of the French Revo- Ition. By the Author of The Jew." Complete, price ;• 8.4d. ii-, THE ROSE OF THISTLE ISLE. By Mrs. CARLEN. ■C*oniplete, Is. 4d. atee Novel Newspaper Series Fvfpwti8hed in Parts, 8vo., each containing one or more ^mplete works, without the slightest abridgment, and > fcrms STANDARD LIBRARY EDITION OF THE MOST POPULAR NOVELS, ROMANCES, AND TALES, b 9 °y the most esteemed authors, giving for One Shilling ^Vorks originally published at a GUINEA & A HALF; 1 The series now extends to 79 parts, and includes the t productions óf the most distinguished British, Aine- ^K?"and Continental writers. Amongst the former will feund the chefs-d'ceuvres of Scott, Goldsmith, Defoe, Godwin, Mackenzie, Miss Porter, Mrs. Brun- ^ee» ^rs* B-adcliife, Mrs. Helme, Mrs. Charlotte ^c*» and an>ong8t the latter, those of Cooper, «. Bird, Dana, Brockden Brown, Clavers, Fay, Hoffman, Kennedy, Longfellow, Marmontel, ^kale' Pau,din8» Sedgwick, Simms, Spindler, Sue, Thompson, Tuckerman, Willis, &e. C, -jEach work is complete in a neat wrapper, at prices ^fjing from 6d. to 2s. each. Parts I to 77, may v *l»o be had in 17 vols., handsomely bound in cloth, 5s, R6' volume. Catalogues forwarded, on receipt of a Postage stamp, to any part of the kingdom. Cooper's Novels, ^Omplete in One Volume, handsomely bound in cloth, i price 8s. Gd., I PILOT, LAST or THE MOHICANS, RED ROVER, ,1'IIE -SPY, LIONEL LINCOLN, WATER WiTCII PIONEERS, THE PRATRIE, IMAGINATION. i* • 1 from the original text, and without the slightest abridgement. w l<»ndon: Bruc% and Wyld, 84, Farringdon-Street; 4 *r*oa> Edinburgh j Macleod, Glasgow; Le Messurier **Ul»lia; Philip, Liverpool; Heywood, Manchester; L ;,Ail [ TO JUDGES OF FINE TEAS. C OFFICE AGENT FOR T[IE SALE OF THE AS.UI TEA RUi £ A: 15 PKCILIARLV FINE TEAS, {^^IHvoured^T' a° ^'lV°Ul an ^der fiom Connoisseurs, and those desirous of obtaining a really exquisitely Alter ont.e par taking of the highly exhilarating and aromatic Asam Tea, but few can persuade themselves to use any o iei, especia j as it is ound twf. /0 f,e injurious to the nerves; and as the Asam Tea has been proved to produce at least six, ami in^ most cases eight good cups of Tea, where the same quantity of Chinese would produce only four CupS^Hnmf Turn rn luxury and economy combine to recommend the Asam Teas. < ,r .pmnnV«rki. 5 0 MAZENGA GREEN TEA 6 0 TI x 0R sP^HONG 6 0 I THOURA GREEN TEA 7 0 1 liese leas can only be obtained in one pound, half-pound, and quarter-pound sealed packets, with the Company' Address and Arms on the Envelope. if 1 r J Many aio selling spurious imitations of the Company's Teas, but none are genuine unless having their Seal and Address, No, II, CROOKED LANE, KING WILLIAM STREET, on them. SOLE AUTHORISED AGENTS. I 01 SWANSEA Miss Arnold, Confectioner, Cross-Street. For MERFHYR Mrs. Ann Williams, Confectioner, High-Street. 1 r UVTC ^r* M* Evansi kseller, 35, Higli-Stteet. AGENTS WAN1ED I'OR SO.ME OF THE LARGE TOWNS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. CAUTION. — Unprincipled individuals prepare the most spurious co;ii|)outi<ls under the s ime names thev copy the labels, l>ilN, advertisements, and testimonials of lli'e original Thomas's Succedunenm. It is therefore highly necessaiy to see that the words "Thomas and Howard" are on the wrapper of each article. Al! others are fraudulent imitations. For Stopping Decayed Teeth. Price 2.< (id. PATRONIZED BY HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN HIS ROYAL HIGIINESS I'ltlNCli ALBIiRT, IlKIt ItOYAL HIG11NKSS THK DUCHUSS OF KENT, HIS MAJESTY THE KINti OF THE BELGIANS, HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF PRUSSIA HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, And nearly all the Nobility, the Bishops, and the Clergy Mr. Thomas's Succedaneum, FOR filling Decayed Teeth, however large the cavity. It is superior to any thing ever before"used, as it is placed 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 'ny years, rendering extraction unnecessary. It arrests all further progress of decay, and renc ers them again useful in mastication. All persons can use Mr. THOMAS'S SUCCEDANEUM THEMSELVES WITH EASE, as full directions are enclosed. Prepared only by Messrs. THOMAS and HOWARD, Sur- geon-Dentists, 6V, Beruer.—Stret't, Oxford-Street. London. Price 2s. 6d. Sold by their appointment by ihe following Agents:— iVlr. Thomas Stephens, drtigist, Merthyr Tydvilj Mr. Phillips, Cardiff, Nir. Karror, Monmouth; Mr. Williams, Brecon; Mr. Wi,liams and Mr. Phillips, Newport; Ballard and Son, chemists and ironmongers, C'o .vbridge and by the Venders of Medicine generally throughout the kingdom, and by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors or the Proprie- tors will setid the Succedaneum free BY POST to any part of the Kingdom LOSS OF TEETH. Messrs. THOMAS & HOW A R D continue to supply the Loss of Teeth without spriugs or wires upon their new system of SELF-ADH ESION, which has secured them universal appro- bation, and it is recommended by numerous Physicians and Surgeons as being the most ingenious System of supplying artificial teeth hitherto invented. They adapt themselves over the most tender gums, or remaining stumps, without causing the least pain, rendering the operation of extracting quite unnecessary. They are so fixed as to fasten any loose teeth where the gums have shrunk from the use of calomel or other causes. Tiiey also beg to invite those not liking to UII- dergo any piiirftil 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. Messrs. THOMAS and HOWA III), SuRGEoN-DENTlsT, 64 Berners-Street, Oxford-Street, Loudon. At home from 10 till 4. Those INTERESTED IN THK SUBJECT will find THIS STATEMENT OF THEIR SUPERIORITY OVER ALL! OTHERS. TO BE ENTIRELY ANI) SCRUPULOUSLY CORRECT. Their new method of fixing Artificial Teeth has obtained the approbation and recommendation of the following emi nent Physicians and Surgeolls 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 Sir B. C. Brodie, Hart., Sergeaut Surgeon to her Majesty The late Sir A Cooper., Bart., Serg.Stirgeoll to her Majesty U. Keate. Esq., Sergeant Surgeon to her Majesty Dr. Merriman, Physician to her R. H. the Duchess of Kent Sir C. M Clark, Bart., Dr. Paris Sir M. Tierney, Bart., M.D. Dr. James Johnson Dr. Chambers, Dr. Conquest And numerous other Mombersof the Medical Profession. 1, COD LIVER OIL. A Natural remedy and certain cure for Gout, Rheu- 1-1.. matism, and Scrofula, Diseased Joints, Lumbago, Skin Diseases, Spinal and Glandular Affections, Scrofula Ulcers, Swelled Legs, and all External Diseases, atising from an impure state of the Blood, or fr "<1 Domestic Accidents, as Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Scalds, Burns, Chilblains, Chapped Hands, Ike. Ike. 'The following Testimonials, with authenticated cases of extraordinary cure, are from the highest and most respectable authority — COD LIVE t Oil. 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 fact, and on, that fully establishes the truth of what we have already stated, that some years ago, Cod Liver Oil was introduced into Manchester, by a celebrated German practitioner, then on a visit to Or. Kay, Physician to the Manchester Infirmary, who was the first medical man who prescribed ibis remedy for the cure of Gout and Rheumatism in this country. Mr. Darby, I louse-Surgeon and Apothecary to the same institution, gave the 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 lew 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 in similar case-i 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 fallowing :-Ist. In the chronic rheumatism or elderly persons, 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 iuthe decline of life; & patients who were' unable either 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. DR. B HE FIELD'S OPINION, WLTH CiSES OF CURE. Another cetebrateL) Physician, Dr. B refiehl, found the oil of the greatesi benefit in casus where the Gout or Rheumatism 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 to .v, there is want of sleep, loss of vital powers, languid expression 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 swelliug of the joints. This pa- tient was wasted, of a bleachy whiteness, and had lost all hope of relief, though originally of a strong and robust constitution, The use of the Oil daily, was soon followedby a beneficial result, and after some time she was restored to a tolerable state of health. This person, after thi<, was three years from the time he first saw her, perfectly healthy, well nourished, blooming, and of robust appearance. COD LIVER OIL 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 continuancehave enjoyed the pleasing -ausfaction of being restored to the natural use of their limbs, which for a long time before had been a burthen to them. Dr. Pcrcival, of the Manchester Infirmary, says! I have had the fuller evidence of the slIccessfulllle of Cod Liver Oil, and have contiasted, by experiment,its value with other remedies; these trials always terminate in favour of the, Oil ami patients who were under other treatment, by confer- ring with their fello -stifferers, were so sensible of making a slower progress towards recovery, as to require a change of one remedy for the other. The above is only a small portion of an immense number of Testimonials that have already been received in support of the extraordinary properties of this truly wonderful N A TUlIA I. REMEDY. Prospectuses containing additional evidence of the value of Cod Liver Oil in other diseases, vith general remarks on its natural and commercial history, its Physical and Chemical Properties, Action on the Hisinitji Economy, &c.; also particular directions for its pioper application, will be sent to any address on the receipt of two postage stamps. C AUTION,—Each Genuine Bottle of the remedy has the signature of the only MERCANTILE AGENTS, JONES, and Co., 201, Strand all other sorts are spurious. Sold wholesale by Messrs. Barclay and Sons; Sutton and C>> and Fdwards and Co., London; and retail in bottles at 2s. 9d. 4s. 6d., and Us, each, and by all respectable Medicine vendou.



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