GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH, AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDAL, 1862. THIS UNRIVALLED STARCH 18 USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY And pronounced by HER .MAJKSTY'S LAUNDRESS to be THE FINEST STARCH SHE EVER USED. HER MAJESTY'S LACE DEESSEB DECLARES IT TO BE THE BEST SHE HAS TRIED, And the above Award by some of the most Eminent Scientific Men of the age, CONFIRMS ITS SUPERIORITY. Wotberspoon & Co, Glasgow and London. PURE SWEETS. SCHOOLING & Co's PRIZE MEDAL iPTJRE S-W-EETS COMPRISE A great variety of first-rate MACHINE MADE CONFECTIONER1 Of the most wholesome and delicious character. SOLD BY GROCERS, CONFECTIONERS, DRUGGISTS, &C, IN TRANSPARENT AND OTHER PACKETS, AT ONE PENNY PER OUNCE. EEWARK OF IMITATIONS. SCHOOLING & Co., WHOLESALE & EXPORT CONFECTIONERS, BETHNAL GREEN, LONDON. GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY, AND AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDAL. 8BING A CONFIRMATION BY SOMK OF THE MOST EMINENT SCIENTIFIC MEN OF THE AGE, OF THE SUPERIOR QUALITIES OF THIS WORLD RENOWNED STARCH. Sold in Packets at id, Id, 2d, 4d, and 8d each, by all respectable Grocers, Chandlers, Oilmen, &c. Wotherspoon & Co, Glasgow & London. SIXTEENTH THOUSAND. Just published, Crown Soo., Cloth, Price 3s 6d., HEAVEN OUR HOME. We have no Saviour but Jesus, and no home but Heaven. This volume, to which the author has not thouaht Proper to attach his name, must be welcomed with especial gratification by those who look forward to that heavenly home which he so wondrously and delightfully portrays. It proves in a manner as beautiful as it is convincing, the doctrine of THE RECOGNITION OF FRIENDS IN HEAVEN It demonstrates THE INTEREST WHICH THOSE IN HEAVEN FEEL IN EARTH, and proves, with remarkable clearness, that such an interest exists, not only with the Almighty and among the angels, but also among the spirits of departed friends.' —Glasgow Herald. We tire not in the least surprised at so many thou- sands of copies of this anonymous writer's books being bought up. We seem to be listening to a voice and lan- guage which we never heard before. Matter cornea at command words Jlow with unstudied ease; the pages Me full of life, light, and force; and the result is a stir- ring volume, which, while the Christian critic pronounces it free from affectation, even the. man of taste, averse to Evangelical religion, would admit to be exempt from eant.London Patriot, 'This work gives POSITIVE AN-D SOCIAL VIEWS OF BEAVEN. as a counteraction to the negative and unsocial aspects in which the subject is so commonly presented. -English Churchman. 'The name of the author of this work is strangely enough withheld. A social heaven, in which there will be the most PERFECT RECOGNITION, INTER- COURSE, FELLOWSHIP, and BLISS, is the leading idea of the book, and it is discussed in a fine genial spirit.'— Caledonian Mercury. 'Amid the works proceeding from an overteeming JPtess, our attention has been arrested by the perusal of *he above named production, which, it seems, is wending its way daily among persons of all denominations. Certainly 'Heaven our Home,' whoever may be the Author, is no common prod iiet-ioii.Airdric Advertiser. 'In boldness of conception, startling minuteness of delineation, and originality of illustration, this work, by an anonymous author, exceeds anything of the kind we have ever read."—John o'Groafs Journal, ■Also, by the same Author, just Published, Price 3s 6d each, 15th 1000, LIFE IN HEAVEN. 23rd 1000, MEET FOR HEAVEN. 4i.. The above Popular Books have already attained (in this country alone) the large sale of 98,000 cepies.. Edinburgh: William P. Niauno. London: Simpkin, Marshal', & Co.; and Houlston & Wright. Sold by all Booksellers. ALL CURES MADE E A S Y BY HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. 4ad Legs, Ulcerous Sores, Sad Breasts, and Old Wounds No description of wound, sore, or ulcer can resist the healing Properties of this excellent Ointment. The worst cases readily 8481ime a healthy appearance whenever this medicament is ?Pplied; sound flesh springs up from the bottom of the wound, ^flanimation of the surrounding skin is arrested, and a com- pete and permanent cure quickly follows th^ use of the Oint- aient. Rheumatism, Gout, and Neuralgia. Nothing has the power of reducing inflammation and subdu- ^8 pain in these complaints in the same degroe as Holloway's 'Joling Ointment and purifying Pills. When u.>ed simultaneously drive all inflammation and depravities *'rom the system, rjjhdue and remove all enlargement of the joints, and leave the and muscles lax and uncontracted. A cure may always .■^effected, even under the worst circumstances, if the use of V^ese medicines is persevered in.^ bore Throats Diptheria, Quinsey, Mumps, and all other Derangements of the Throat. t,Qn the appearance of any of the^e maladies the Ointment •oouid be well rubbed at least three times a day upon the neck feS upper part of the chest, so as to penetrate to the glands, as is forced into meat: this course will at once remove inflam- ?*ation and ulceration. The worst cases Will yield to this treat- following the printed directions. the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following h eases:— Ba? **egs Chiego-foot Fistulas Sore-throats Breasts Chilblains dout Skirirdfcease Chapped-hands GlandularSwellings Scurvy wj^ons Corns (Soft) Lumbago I Sore-heads Jje of Mos-I Cancers Piles Tumours «retoes & Contracted and Rheumatism Ulcers .oT^d-Fties Stiff-joints Scalds Wounds ^o-Bay j Elephantiasis Sore Nipples Yaws (at* tlle Establishments of Professor Holloway, 244, Strand, tort J Temple Bar,) London, and also by all respectable druggists fab in meditines throughout the civilized world, at the vJ £ ? Priees:—lg.l £ d,,2s.9d., 4s.6d, Us, 22s, & 38s.each pot.; Ht £ There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sisscei •Directions for the guidance of in every sisorder rareuffixtitoeaeh pot. 811;:11 -rr. "A. 3_' RICHARD FRANCIS HORSE, CARRIAGE. FLY, AND OMNIBUS PROPRIETOR, BARN STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, J-) EGS to nform his Friends, and the Public generally, that, in d tion to the above, he has added a neat and i ) commodious HEARSE, of the newest design, which he will let or iire on the most reasonable terms. rr. WHICHER DAVIES. WHOLESALE CORN, FLOUR, CHEESE, PORTER, & SEED MERCHANT, RESPECTFULLY returns thanks to his numerous Agricultural and other friends for the annually increasing patronage accorded to him, and at the same time T. W. D., in soliciting future favours, pledges himself to supply his customers with Goods of the most Genuine Quality on reasonable terms. Just imported, a Cargo of MAND.ER'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STOUT. Also, a Cargo of Burnard, Lack, & Co's., of Plymouth, CONCENTRATED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. This Manure has stcod the practical test of Field Trials for many years with pre-eminent success. EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS OF THE NEW MODE OF TREATMENT. Postfreefor Six Stamps, open ends, or Fourteen in a Sealed Enves''pe. THE LAST NEW BOOK, on PREMATURE DECLINE and its ready removal; the modern treatment of certain disquali- fications with rules and numerous prescriptions for the speedy cure by very simple means of nervousness, debility, and all the more common diseases and supposed incurable maladies of the sexual system. Invalids will be astonished at its contents. By Dr. W. DE Roos, M.D., M.R.C.S., L.A.C., &c., of the Ecole de Medecine, Paris; Graduate in Medicine, Surgery, and Mid- wifery. By the present law, none but the real Physician r Surgeon dare attach M.D. or M.R.C.S. to his name and openly advertise his fees, as heavy penalties would be incurred. The public should therefore guard against impostors who impudently style themselves 'Dr,' 'Professor,' 'M.R.A.S. 'M.A. &c, in order to mislead the unwary as to their true character. None of these men really know more of the diseases they profess to treat than any person may by reading the above work. Fom long practical observation in the most famous Institutions of this country and the continent, the Author has had somewhat unusual facilities for acquiring that uniform success, which has hitherto characterized his treatment, and he refers with pride to the numbers he has been instrumental in restoring to health arid happ.ness; whilst to all who need such aid he offers. every assu- rance of speedy restoration. Persons at a distance should for- ward a detail of their case by letter, enclosing jBt Is for advice and medicines, which will be sent by return. Patients corres- ponded with till cured. Post-office orde'-s to be made payable at the General Post Office, to Dr. YVALTKR DE Roos, M.D., 25, Bedford Place, Bloomsbury Square, London. Hours for con- sultation, 12, till 2, Sundays excepted. It is important to recol- lect the address, as to meet the wish of patients, THK ENTRANCE IS STRICTLY PRIVATE. THE MOST WONDERFUL MEDICINE IN THB WORLD! CURE IN FOUR WEEKS.THE GUTTLE VIT.E, or VEGE- TABLE LIFE DROPS, Protected by Royal Letters Patent Sanctioned by the Faculte de France; ifc., have in numberless instances proved their superiority over every other advertised remedy for langour, lassitude, di pression of spirits, irritability,* excitement, fear, distaste and incapacity for society, study or business, indigestion, pains and palpitations in the side, giddi- ness. noise in the head, &c. This medicine strengthens the vitality of the whole system, gives energy to the muscles, speedily removes nervousness, renovates the impaired powers of life, and invigorates the most shattered constitution. For skin eruptions, $ore throat, pains in the: bones, and those diseases in which rner-* cury, sar»aparilla, &c, are too often employed to the utter ruin of health, its surprising efficacacy has only to be tested. Before wasting valuable time in seeking aid from instruments, Before wasting valuable time in seeking aid from instruments, electricity, galvanism, with similar absurdities, professing to set aside medicines,, by American impostors and others, whose boasted distinguished qualifications' consist solely of their con- summate impudence, sufferers will do well to make fair trial of a remedy which, concocted on scientific principles, cannot fail. Price 4s 6d and lis,, or four times the latter at 33s per bottle, through all chemists, or direct from 2.5, Bedford Place, WHERE THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONiALS MAY BE SEEN. THE THREE DAYS' CURE.—NEW FRENCH REMEDY THERAPION, as uniformly adopted iw the French hospitals and by the notabilities of the French faculty in a remarkably short time, often two or three days, only, without the slightest discomfort, inconvenience, or risk, removes all discharges from the mucous membrane, whether of the urinary or other organs. It combines all the desiderata to be sought in a medicine of the kind, and surpasses everything hitherto employed. Devoid of all unpleasant taste and smell. In packets 2s 9d, 4s 6d, 1 Is, and 33s, through all respectable medicine vendors, or sent direct from the establishment on receipt of stamps or post office order. The 1 Is size contains three at Js 6d, and those at 33s four of the lis. The stamp, to imitate which is felony, bears the word Tlverapion,' in white letters, by order of HER MAJESTY'S IION. COMMISSIONERS, who thereby secure the proprietor against in- fringement throughout the United Kingdom and the colonies. PAINS IN THE BACK, .GRAVEL, LUMBAGO, GOUT, RHEUMATISM, DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, BLAD- DER, &e. THE COMPOUND RENAL PILLS correct acidity of the stomach, and indigestion, promote the functions of the liver and kidneys, thereby preventing stcne in the bladder and kidneys, with many other serious disorders to which these important organs- are subject. Listlessness, weakness, peevishness, and complaints long supposed to be nervous, often arise solely from contamination of the blood with certain impurities which should have been carried off by the kidneys several unsightly erup- tions of i he skin and face also arise from the same cause, and may be as readily removed by these Pills, which in nineteen cases out of twenty cure: with a rapidity almost marvellous. Is l £ d, 2s 9d, 4s 6d, lis, and 33s per box, through all chemists. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS MAY BK SEEN BY ANY ONE. Sold by James, Joy, and Evans, Cardiff; Roberts, chemist, Conway; Hughes, chemist, Bangor; Griffith, chemist, High- street, Carnarvon; Edwardsi chemist, Denbigh; Hughcs, druggist, Holyhead; Price Brothers, Post-office, Bridgend; Thomas, chemist, (opposito Angel), Mefthyr Watkins, High- street, Abergavenny; Ward, chemist, Brecon; White, chemist, Guildliail-square, Carmarthen Williams, chemist, High-street, Cardigan; \vleyler, druggist, Haverfordwest; Treweeks, che- mist, Pembroke; Evans, chemist, High-street, Swansea Hil- ditch, chemist, Rhyl; Moote,-chemist, Broad-street, Newtown; Stephens, chemist, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil; Grindley, chemist, Chester Ityder, druggist,.Mill-street, Macclesfield; Broxton, chemist, Shrewsbury Pearce, King-street, Ludlow, Partridge, bookseller, Wellington Leake and Smith, chemists, Bridgenorth; Mander, Weaver, and Co., Wolverhampton; Hollier, chemist, Dudley; and at least one agent in almost every town; but should difficulty occur, enclose the amount by Poet- office order otherwise, to 25, Bedford Place, Bloomshwy Square, London, and they will be sent securely packed per return. NOTICE & CAUTION.—Dr. De Roos is the only legally qualified medical man who thus advertises his medicines; and as there are injurious imitations of the above by self-sty-ed Doctors and Professors, who copy his books, advertisements, &e, and forge testimonials to puff of their useless trash, sufferers should guard against the recommendation of the same, or other articles, bv dishonest vendors, who thereby obtain a larger: profit. The genuine ha"e the words 'WALTER DE Rw&, LONDON, printed in white letters on the Government Stamp, BY ORDER OF HER MAJESTY'S HON. COMMISSIONERS to imitate which is felony and transportation. KNOW THYSELF THE ORIGINAL GRAPIIIOLOOIST MARIE COUPELLE, continues her ivid, and useful delineations of character from the handwriting of individuals, in a style pecu- liarly her own. Persons desirous of knowing their own charac- teristics, or those of any friend, -hould send a specimen of writing, stating rex, age, -or supposed age, &c., with 14 uncut penny stamps, and addressed envelope, to MARIE COUPELLF., Bedford HOUFC,. Russell-square, London, W.C., when they will receive a lengthened detail of the talents, tastes, virtues, failings, &c., of the writer, with many other things previously unsus- pected, and calculated to guide in the every day affairs of life. The thousands who acknowledge the value and accuracy of Miss C's sketches, establish the great utility of the science. 'The characters you sent were wonderfully truthful.'—Miss Mall, Athevry, Co. Qalteay..«I was much surprised", tthe clever way in which you described rav -harit fine Bray, 105, Lans- downe Place, Brighton. It is pronounced quite extraordinary.' -Charles Hamilton. 'You described my character so truly, that I could not have done it better.'—Louis Bivior. GOUT, RHEUMATISM, LUMpAGO, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, P^IJALTSIS, GLANDULAR SWELLINGS, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, &C. rt'HE effects of heat, fumigation, &c., in curing the above and 1 many other chronic diseases are almost incredible. THE TURKISH BATHS, 20, Baker-street, Portman-square, London. Under the direction of two, ^hysitifins. Consultations 11 tlll A Pamphlet, (110 pages,) post free for I I stttln-I -■ EVEln MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR. For two stamps sufferers may avoid the sham Captains who generously caution the public against pills,$c.; tit self-styled reverends; gc:i(lnnen of fortune; rupture-curing quacks and other swindlers, who send their books for nothing, publish testi-, moniah which they write themselves, fictitious reviews from Journals which do not exist, profess to cure diseases' by galva- nism, electricity, instruments, instead of medicines, which they style I American treatment,' and other absurdities as cruel as they are deceptive, A physician many years extensively engaged in the treatment ot debility, and the various mental and nervous affections re- sulting therefrom, will send free on receipt of two penny stamps to prepay postage, a pamphlet containing his highly successful and only safe treatment, with all the neccssary prescriptions and directions by which sufferers may cure themselves at trifling cost. Address Mr Lawes, Medical Publisher, 14, Hand Court, Holborn, London. DO YOU WANT LUXURIANT HAIR, WHISKERS, MOUS- STACHIOS and EYEBROWS !-—Of the numerous prepara- tions intended for the HAIR, none have maintained such celebrity as EMILIE DEAN'S CRINILENE, which is guaran- teed to produce Whiskers, Moustachios, and Eyebrows in a few weeks; and will be found eminently successful in nourishing, curling, and beautifying the Hair, checking greyness in all its stages, strengthening weak Hair, and preventing-its falling off. In the reproduction of Hair in baldness, from whatever cause and from whatever age, ONE TRIAL will prove its astonishing power. In the nursery it is indispensable, forming the basis of a beautiful head of hair. Price 2s per bottle; lar^e bottles, con- taining more than four times the small ones, 5s each. Sold by all Chemists in the world, or sent post free, on receipt of 24 penny stamps, by Misses DEAN and COUPELLE. Hair Restorers, &c., Bedford House, Ru«sell Square, London, W.C. EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS :— My hair was rapidly coming off, but in a week after using your Crinilene it ceased. I. Hickson, Eldon-street, Sheffield. In the short time of one fornight I have got a beautifnl moustache.—U. Adams, Wibden. 41 can now boast of a head of hair, which many cannjt; I was quite bald on the crown of my head when I began ufing it.'—W. Ð. Every customer speaks highly of your Crinilene.'—F. P. Jones, Chemist, 5, Paradise-street, Liverpool. HINTS ON THE MANAGEMENT OF THE HAIR,' Whiskers, &c., with Testimonials, List of Agents, -&c., sent post ree for four penny stamps. NO MORE BLACKBEETLES! TjiMERY'S MAGIC BEETLE POISON.—Certain death to al i!i vermin the original and only one to be relied on. Price Is, or Post free for H stamps. NO MORE CORNS, BUNIONS &c. UMERY'S CORN PLAISTERS remove Corns, &c., speedily, Fj painlessly, and effectually. Testimonials constantly arriving. Price Is, or obtainable, as is also the Beetle' Poison, through all chemists, &c., or sent direct for It stamps. NO MORE RHEUMATISM! EMERY'S MARVELLOUS CURE FOR RHEUMATISM, in one week. Post free for 14 stamps. Obtainable only from Emery & Co., 24, Montague Mews, Montague-street, London, W.C SKIN DISEASES, GOUT, RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, &c. fpHEIR prevention and cure by heat and fumigation, the effects 1 of which in the above and many other chronic maladies, surpasses everything. 20, Baker-street, .P^rtman-square, Lon- don. Undet the direction of two Physicians. Consultations 11 till three daily. A Pamphlet (13i pages), sent post free for 14 stamps. STRICTURE OF THE URETHRA; its nature, consequences, varieties, and speedy cure, without the pain and risk of laceration cutting or other irrational measures. By Dre. Barker and Henderson, M.R.C.S.E., &c. Price Is., or post free for 14 stamps by Johnson and Co., Publishers 10, BrooVq-street Hol- horn, Londor. and through all Booli-, o S F E O-K I D O N. PATENT MARCH j, 1862, No. 560. GABRIEL'S Self-adhesive Patent Indestructible MINERAL TEETH and FLEXIBLE GUM-?, without palates, springs, or wires, and without operation. One set lasts a lifetime, and warranted for mastication or articulation, cyer., wnm all others Ril. Purest materials only, at half the usual.cost. THE OLD 27, HARLEY-STREET, CAVENDISH SQUARE, AND 34, LUDGATE IIILL, LONDON. LIVERPOOL: 134, DUKE-STREET. BIRMINGHAM: 65, NEW-STREET. ONLY ONE VISIT REQUIRED FROM COUNTRY PATIENTS. Gabriel's Practical Treatise on the Teeth,' Gratis. Complete Sets from 4 to 7 and 10 to 15 Guineas. GABRIEL'S PRACTICAL TREATISE ON ARTIFICIAL TEETH, and the only effectual mode of supplying them, post free, three stamps, explains their numerous improvements. Gabriel's new work should be read by all who value health, and before consulting a dentist.—Herald.' In addition to their own inventions, Messrs. Gabriel supply, with equal success, every known method, whether English, French, or American, in Gold, Platina, Gutta Percha, Incorro- dible Soft Gum, Lentuin, &c. Gabrial's Patent White Enamel, the only permanent stoppiag that does not discolour the teeth. Spc-m adapted for Front Teeth. THE DIAMOND ^ilpPr BLACK LEAD. WILL BB FOUND PURER THAN ANY OTHEB because by a process peculiar to the Manufac- turers, every particle of grit and earth is separated from it. » MORE BRILLIANT-Because it is unadulterated thus every particle produces a metallic lustre. MORE CLEANLY-Because being in bloclcs it does | not drop about like Powder Leads, whilst it is used exactly in the same way.
CARMARTHENSHIRE. ACCIDENT AT CARMABTHEN.—On Sunday, after the middle-day down train arrived at Carmarthen, an engine of the Cardigan Railway, while shunting from the South Wale a line, at the Carmarthen Junction Statio. on to the Cardigan line, ran off the rails, in consequence of the points not having been properly turned, and it took several hours to replace it on the rails. Had the accident occurred on a week day, the obstruction would have been serious, as the up and down South Wales lines were blocked up by the engine. OBITUAKY.—It is with deep regret that we this week record the death of Rees Goring Thomas, Esq. Rees Goring Thomas was born at Tavistock-place, Tavistock- square, London, and was the son of Morgan Thomas, Esq., of Llety-mawr, Llanon. R. G. Thomas was many years a banker, at 21, Lombard-street, London, in con- nection with Sir Charles Asgell and Mr Esdell, whose daughter he married. He was a magistrate for the county of Carmarthen, and High Sheriff for the county. He has lived for the last few years at Yscoed, Ferryside. He died on Friday, the 26th ult., at Morgan Jones, Esq.'e, Penlan House, Penlan, Newcastle-Emlvn, aged 62. He was highly respected, and bore an exemplars character, as an upright magistrate, good neighbour, and a sincere Christian. WELSH COLLEGIATE INSTITUTION, LLANDOVERY.— According to the results of the Annual Public Examina- tion conducted by the Rev. J. B. M'Clellan, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; and in Welsh by the Rev. J. Jones, (Cldrisyn) Vicar of Dandysilio; the prizes in the 5th and 6th Forms have been awarded as follows:-For General Rank, to J. P. Hughes, Vicarage, Llandovery; Divinity, to James Mortimer, Carmarthen; Classics, to J. P. Hughes; Welsh, 1st to D. Watkins, Cwmaman; 2nd to R. J. James, of Abergwili; and 3rd to J. Lewif, of Dryslwyn. The following distinctions have been gained this summer by former Pupils of this School;—D. Williams, of Abercothy, first class in Mathe- matics, Moderations, Jesus College, Oxford. J. H. Protheroe. of Llandovery, promoted to a £60 Scholarship with First Mathematical Prize, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. D. J. Davies, of Llanwnda, an Open Scholar- ship of XGO, and first of his year, Emmanuel College, Cambridge. D. Llewelyn, of Cefn Coed Cymer, an Open Scholarship at St. John's College, Cambridge. W. Griffith, Dryslwyn, a Foundation Scholarship at St John's College, Cambridge. -,e.
A NEW REFLECTION.—Three things are needed to make a cheerful preside happy faces, a joyous blaze, and last not least, a brilliant grate which reflects all these as in a mirror. This last never looks so bright as when polished with the DIAMOND BLACK LEAD."—Kcckiit$Sons, London Briage, E.C., Hull. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.—Quinsy, Sore Throat and Diptheria.—With the fog,-y, damp winter evenings the human throat becomes subject to many diseases, particularly inflammation and ulceration. In quinsy or inflamed throat Holloway's Ointment well rubbed npon the top of the chest and round the throat, after these parts have been bathed in warm salt and water and dried, has a wonderful power in checking tie inflammation and removing all the unpleasantness and dangers caused by quinsy. Holloway's Pills should be taken at the same time as they relieve the general fever. LADIES' SCHOOL. I HE MISSES WARD, Hill Street, Haverfordwest, j beg to announce that the Duties of their Establish- ment will be resumed on Monday, the 20th instant. VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS. July 7th, 1863. GENERAL REGISTERING OFFICE FOR SERVANTS. 11" CLARKE begs to inform the Gelltlf aud Inha- • bit an is generally of Pembrokeshire (hat, inconse- quence of the death of PAiss Gibbon, she has com- menced in the above business at Dark-street, Haver- fordwest.. HA.OSRFORDWEST. S. R. E D M. 0 N D & THOMAS REES EG to inform their Friends, and the Public generally, J) that they have commenced Business, in partnership, as AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ACCOUNTANTS, &c and trust, by strict attention to all matters entrusted to their care and the prompt discharge ^of their engage- ments, to merit and receive a share of Public Patronage. Offices—Dark-street (near the Mariners Square), H»- Jan., 1862. •>. J ■-
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS. On the 25th inst., at 24* East Street, London, the wife of Mr T. Morris, late of Haverfordwest, of a son. On the 30th ult., at Prendergast, in this town, the wife of Mr David Herbert, cabinet maker, of a daughter. MARRIAGES On the 25th ult., at Trinity Church, RhyJ, by the Rev Charles Bellairs, Incumbent of Buckley, Flintshire, assisted by the Rev — Davies, David John Browne Edwardes, Esq., of Rhyd-y-Gorse, in the County of Carmarthen, late of the 30th Regiment, to Elizabeth Caroline, only child of William Warlovy, Esq., M.D., of Haverfordwest, and great-neice of the late General Sir Thomas Picton, G.C.B. On the 30th ult., at the Baptist Chapel, Narbertb, Mr William Dalton, of Amroth Mill, to Miss Phoebe Phillips, of Pontveny Moor, near St Clears, iate nurse maid of H. P. Goode, Esq. On the 30th ult., at the Tabernacle Chapel, Pembroke, by the Rev. Mr Salmon, Mr Higgon, of Liverpool to Dinah, second daughter of Mr F. Trewent, draper, &c., Pembroke. On the 1st inst., at St. Andrew's Church, Narberth, by the Rev. Jacob Lloyd, assisted by the Rev. R. C. D. Chandler, William Burnie Dickson, Esq, Commander late Indian Navy, to Maria, niece to James James, Esq, of North Sodston, Narberth. DEATHS. On the 7th inst., at the Judge's lodgings. High Street, in this town, Richard Samuel Coulson, Esq., Judge's Clerk, aged 47 years. OnWednesday, last at Odiham, Hants, the Rev. T. G. Stamper, for many years Minister of the Tabernacle Chapel, in this Town,highly respected, and much beloved by all who knew him. On the 21st ultimo, at the residence of his son-in-law, Penlan, Cardiganshire, Rees Goring Thomas, Esq., of Iscoed, a Magistrate and Deputy-Lieutenant for Carmar- thenshire, in his 62nd year. On the 1st inst., at Red Cliff, Narberth, Mrs Margaret Collins, aged 42 years. On the 2nd inst., at Returno, Mr Thomas Davies, shoemaker, aged 71 years. On the 2nd inst., awfully sudden, in the street, at Narberth, Ebenezer, son of Mr John Morgan, shoemaker, of Pembroke-dock, aged 11 years. On the 30th utt., at Crinow, William Richard, youngest son of Mr Wm. Lewis, East House, aged 2 years. On the 1st inst., atCoedc?nlns Farm, .Mr Wm. Thomas, formerly of Fynongain, New Moat, aged 62 yeara. On the 29th inst., at Milford, Mrs Elizabeth Lewis, widow of the late Capt. Lewis, formerly of the Pur- suit of Milford aged 65 years. -——— — ——————-