SEA-BaTHING, V a LA MORGAXSHIR E. THE Nobility and Gentry are most respect- fully informed, that NEWTON BATKfNG-HOUSE is now open for-the reception of Company. N.B. BATHING-MACHINES,GOAT'S MILK/C&C. te. May 1,1B04. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE LET, *KJ> ENTERKO' TTPON IMMEDIATELY, A Capital MANSION-HOUSE, with all suit- able OFFICES, consist ing of four ..attic chambers.'ftve «h;unbcrs on the first story, large vestibule, dining and draw- ing-rooius, 24 fee* by 17, and ll feet high, double: coach- house, stabling for 12 horses,'dog-kennel, wa]ted-in Garden; together with 25 Acres of PASTURE LAND, and walled- fa PADDOCK, with an unlimited Right of Common ad- joining, situate in a good sporting countrywith a remarkable Eood road tq Swansea, not six miles distant, and .two miles om Penclawdd. Coal near and reasonable.. Also, a neat small HOUSE and OFFICES, consisting of one parlour, best and second kitchen, and three chambers; together with 35 Acres of ARABLE$PASTURE LAND, ■which is tythe-free for hay, and has an unlimited.Right of Common, "six friilesdrom Swansea, on a good road, and si- tuate in a good sporting country, heal. Coal and Lime. Apply by letters, post-paid, to Mr. Wm, Evans, Heatb- fielii Lodge, near Swansea or to the Printer of this Paper. (One Concern. J.. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE LET, i AND ENTERJSB JJ PON IMMEDIATELY, TWO HOUSES, Ready Furnished, sittiated in the parish of BRITON-FEKRY, within three mile* the town of Neath, and six miles of the town of Swansea, laying good bed-rooms, dining-rooms, parlours, kitchens, See. with a Well of Writer behind which never dries, and seve- ral other conveniencies, with good Stables on the Premises, and Land if required. For further particulars apply to Mr. Deere, of Cow- fcridge; or to H. Davies, of Briton-ferry, who is. authorised to shew the Premises. r- C.ARMARfHENSi-ItRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, the Talbot, in the town of Carmarthen, on Wednesday, 'the 20th day of June next, be: ween the hours of three and live o'clock in the evening, A LEASE, fpr the Term of THREE LIVES, all. in'.being, the youngest aged 43 years, of a snug comfortable CO'I I'AGK, situate at that delightful Bathing- place, called the Fiin.it Y, in the parish of St. Islunael, in the eaid county. T ie Prennses consist of two small parlours, kitchen and pantry, three bed-chambers, one servant's room, a store- room,"brewing-kitchen, stable, and coal-house, together with a very good Garden, and a Pump in the yard adjoining the said lire wing-kitchen. They are delightfully situate near the navigable river Towy, which daily yields a variety of fish; and arc well suited to the acconnnodation of a small family. Boats constantly arrive from the plentiful market- lown of Carmarthen, where every necessary of life may be Erocured at a moderate rate. The reserved rent in the ease is Twelve Guineas per annum, and the Taxes are trifling., A view of the Premises previous to the sale is re- commended. For further particulars applv at Carmarthen to £ AMU EL THOMAS, Auctioneer. N. B. Part of the Household Furniture, as they now stand, frill be disposed of at a fair valuation. CARMA RTHENSIURE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ONE undivided THIRD PART of all those very valuable and improvable GREA L' and SMALL TYTHES of the parish of MOTH.VEY, in the said county,- For particulars apply to Rice Williams, Esq. Cardigan Militia, Woolwich, near London or to Messrs. Davies and Berrington, Solicitors, Swansea, who are authorised to treat for the same. To DEBTORS and CREDITORS. ALL Persons indebted to the ESTATE of THOMAS MORGAN, of PF.NDE»RY> in the county <if Glamorgan, Esq. but late of the Inner Temple, London, Esq. Barrister at Law, deceased, are hereby required to pay fhesaiae to Dr. Davies, at Carmarthen-, or to Messrs. Davies, & Bcrtington, at Swansea, who arcsevcrallydllly authorised by the Administratrix of the said deceased to receive the same; and all persons who have any demands on the said Estate, are requested to send in an account thereof to either of the said persons, in order that the same may be adjusted. Swansea, May 24, 1804. ^*0R BRISK)L, The Sloop CARDIFF CASTLE, JOHN JENKINS, Master, Constant Trader, lying at Swansea Quay, ready to take in Goods and Passengers. Will sail on Sunday next, the 27th of May, wind and weather permitting. For freight or passage apply to the Master, on or *t the Plume of Feathers, YVind-strcet. To OFFICERS on HALF-FAY, WAR-OFFICE, MAY 10, 1804. A LL OFFICERS on the HALF-PAY of the 'jfot LAND FORCES, whether resident in Great-Britain, Irehand^ or the adjacent Islands, are hereby required im- mediately to transmit to the Secretary at War, an account, ^"writing, of their age, past services, rank, and present place of abode; and ?u £ h as think themselves, from age or infirmities, unfit for furtlier service, even in th.is country, are to accompany their reports with sufficient vouchers ot their inability, and the causes thereof. The..Queers ore Half-Pay who are serving in the Militia, Fenclblfes, or Volunteers, are to specify the Commission which they respectively hold, and those otbeoviscemployed *nder Government, the nature of the public situation which *bey possess. Every such Officer who shall neglect to make his repor' within one month from the date hereof, will be ewiwidered n; othe^vise proKided tor, or dead, and his name will be struck "tbe Hidt-Fay List accordingly.. By his Majesty'sComrnaiicL '.> C. BIUIGCJE. W' A^TED immediately, FOUR JOUR- NEYMEN- -PA-J'NTERS and tiLAZlERS, who. wilf have constant :,eviiploy and good Wages. None but wed Workmen need apply; 3 'Enquire of W, Watts, Goat-street, Swansèa. ■ Imprdvantni of the Harboiir bj Bristol. IRON-BRIDGES.- PERSONS billing to Contract for' CASTING JL of TWO IRON-BRIDGES, of 100 feet each in the span, may sge drawings and a specilicatioii by applying at the Bristol Dock-Company's Office. Proposals for the same, sealed up, specifying the Price per Ton at which .the same will be delivered in Bnstot, tu .be sent to the said Office on or before the hour of Twelve at noon, on the 18th day of June next. GEORGE WEBB HALL, > Clerks to the JOHN OSBORNE, > Dock-Company, May 18, 1804. i PROPOSALS FOR F'OB!.ISHIXG BY St'BSCRIffTlOK, A HiSTOEY THE COUNTY OF BRECKNOCK^ In Two Volumes Quarto, By THEO PinLUS JON ES, -tkputy Registry? of 1/mt ArchdcÙcrmrý. THE first volume, which will contain a Map of the County, a Map of the ancient Proyinpes oi •Dyfed-and Sy llwg, with the Roman.Roads and Stations..in those Districts, and- also Views of the Towns and Castles in Brecknockshire-, shall appear in the course oi this summer,' or as soon as the subscription is adetjaate'to the expence. The price of the-first volume, as far as it can be at pre- sent ascertained, will be Two Guineas nnd a Half- to Sub- scribeis; but the Public may rely upon it, that-if it can be contracted without injuring the work, "It will hi, sold at a reduced price, is iioi, the principal object oi the Author. As the; piates in the second volume will considerably ex- ceed the nu-inber of those:m the litsL, the Subdciibers will 'be at liberty to purchase or reject the last-volume: and the subjects treated of in the shaii be compleated with few, ii any, references to the continuation. .The work will be printed on good stout wove paper, and the types-cast o,n purpose lor this publication. The. Subscriptions to be paid-on delivery. Names of Subscribers will be received and taken down by the following Booksellers :—Messrs. North, Printers, Bre- con; Mr." Booth,' Diike-street, Porttend-place Mr. Wil- iissns, comer of Craven-street, Strand; Mr. Hucst, Pater- noster-row Mr-.Allei^vHerelcrd'; Mr. Heath, Monmoi th Bfr.Watkins, Abergavenny; Mr; Bird, Cardiff; T. Jenkins, or Mrs. Oakey, Swansea Mr. Daniel, Carmarthen;' and Mr. Potteis Haverfordwest. *#* The Author will also be glad to receive the names of such asare inclined to encourage this undertaking. Brecon: May I' 18().j,.
THE SWANSEA, FRIDAY, May 25. NrxTii DAY OF DRAWIXG-Noi. 18,S25, the TWENTY THOUSAND POUND PRIZE, was sold in one fourth, one eighth, and ten six- ,eL Y teentli, shares, by Fsickimhon, Goodluck, and Co. of CornhUl aud Charing-Cross, Londun, SHIR NEWS. ARBIVED* May 18, the RasliJeigh, Mel- huisli., from Fowev; Marazioh, Stevens; RebcCca, Irwiir; and Joseph, piark, from St. Ives, in ballast.—19, Gitoll Castle, Sanders, from Plymouth; Hammond, Hancorne Union, Roes r and Earl of Uxbridge> Roberts, f'ronv Trurg, with .copper ore Frieflds, Creedland, from Bridgewater; Penitence, Jennnigs, from Penxauee Ann and Sarah, Eastawayj from Falmouth; Lovely Emily, Svdall, from St. lyes; Thomas and Judith, Moyse; and Phcebe, Llõýd, from Plymouth, in ballad—SO, Prince of Wales, Waiters, frenn'St. hes; and-Francis, Jarinond, from Plymouth, in. ballast.—21, Unity, Jones, from Glo- ceste;; and Sociable Friends, Gomblet, from Minehead, with sundries; Young Jane, Edwards, .from Plymouth; Young Heriry, Williams, from Appleoore ;■ Sprightly, Ni- chols, from Barnstaple; Sistefs* Ley, from Illracombe; and Britannia, Ball, from la Reso- lution, Johns Rose, Davies i Aurora,, Walters; and Oak- well, Jones, from St. Ives, with copper ore John, Luce,, from Cork; Venus, Davies, from Fcnvey; Fly, Penny, from Looe; Good .Intent, Curtis, from St. Ives; Swallow, Tyack and Daddin, Beer, from Penzance, intjailast.—?,, 23, Hazard, Woolf, from Memel, with sundries; Nancy, Trevatthen; and Brothers, Thomas, from St. Ives, with copper ore; Success, Waller, from Cork Dispatch, Cant- well, from Dnngarvan.; Diligence, Thomas, from Pad- stow; and Betsy, Jepnell, from Barnstaple, in ballast.— 24, Pha>nix, Diamond, from Bristol, with sundries. Cleared out, May 18, the Fame, Evans; and Judith, Harries, for Waterford; Greenfield, Tiniberlake; Nancy, Jones; and Greenfield, Owen, for Amlwch: Squirrel, Fosseb for Bid etord; Neptune, May, for Penzance, Friendship, JuHan; and Providence, Biggleston, for St. Ives; Good Intent, Rice, for Barnstaple; Union, Goss, for Plymouth; Industry, Tucker; for Dartmouth Speed- well, Lngg, for Ilfraoombe j and Farmery' Adventure, Dingley, for Bridgewater, with coal or culm.-—19, Betsy, Barratt, for Glocester, with copper; Resolution, Davies, for Cardigan Prince of Wales, Rogers, lor Aberdovey Duck, Billing, for Padstow and tour Sisters, jlliams, for Plymouth, witfi ct/al or culm.'—21, Dncliess of Rutland, O'Brien,, for Dublin; and Princess Mary, Hunt, for Wa- terford, with coal.-—2'i, Charming Betty, Griffiths, for Minehead, with sundries i Peace, Fowler, for Waterford Betsy, Slade and Mary, Rowe, for St. Ives; Water- mouth, Cutlifte, for Ilfracombe Friendship, Creedland and Peggy, Grigg, for Bridgewater, with. coal.—23, Bea- ver, Gold worthy, for London, with copper; Dundalk Friends, Rees, tor Dublin; New Blessing, Tedball, for Cork Alfred, Crocker: and Perseverance, Griffiths, for Waterford; Ann and Mary, Eastaway; and Ilarry, Foss, for Ilfracombe Jane, Burrow, for feignntonth; Henry, Glayas: and Mary, Jones, for St. Ives; William and Mary, Brockinchin and Union, Burt, for Padstow, with coal.—24, Providence, Simmons, for Dundalk; Susannah, Harvey; and Young Henry, ,W Ilhams, for Padstow: Venus, Thompson; and Countess of Mexborough, I|erna-; man, for Plymouth Flora, Lee; Union, Trick; Joseph, Clark; and Susannah, John, for St. Ives; Thomas and Judith, Moyse, for l'3ideford; Swansea, Thomas, for Bridgewater; Supply, Williams; and Hope, Dalling, for Barnstaple, with coal or culm.. Neath,.—Arrived, the Sisters, Vaughan, from Bristol, with sundries; Brothers, Bebell; and Friendship, Palmer, from Cork, in ballast. Cleared out, the Happy Return, Broomham • and Trial, Symons, for Bristol, with sundries; Charlotte, Phillips, for (Cardigan, with oak plank and culm; Ann and iamty, Thomas, for Pwlhely Brothers, Bebe.U; and Friendship, Palmer, for Cork; Hopewell, Kirvan-; and St- Peter, IIarneY, for Dxingarvan; Margaret, Kennedy', for Wex- ford; Venus, Harvey, for Padstow y Fortitude, Jennings, for St. Ives • Edward, Kiddell; William, Adams Chris- tian, Veil; Rover, Jones; Aurora', Jarmond; Two Bro- thers, Swaffm Lord Nelson, Oliver; part, Jarmond and Thomas, Handson, for Dartnlonth United Friends, Geach and Ann and Susan, Collins, for Fowey'.j Tallyiho, Harvey, for Exeter Friends, Hole; Molly, Union; Good Intent, Wheddon; and Friends Increase, Jones, for Watcbet; Two Friends, Rumsdiu, tor Ilfracombe; Bucchus, Kent, for Plymouth Thetis, Chamberlain, for Falmputh; and Feronia", Godfrey, for Portsmouth. Cardiff.—^Arrived, the Castle of Cardiff, Clements, from Bristol, with sundries; Minerva, Hook; from Carmarthen; Hannah, Jones, from Exeter; Eaglebiish, Courtney, from Padstow; Mary, Hill, from Berkeley; Frances; Steer, from Bridgewater; and Mary, Silvan, from Minehead, all in ballast. Sailed, the Hebe, Harris; and Castle of Cardiff, Cle- ments, for Bristol, with sundries; Apollo, Page; a.. Elizabeth and Grace, Giilard, for London Industry, Oriel; andMury, Cott'man, for Glocester and Vigilant, Styles, for Pcnrvn, all with iron; Pelican, Thorns, for Falmouth and Prince Edward, Cowl, tor Padstow, with coals. Carmarthen.—Arrived, the Swift, Ev'ans, from London; Welcome, Davies^ Minerva, Webb; New Speed we'd,' Jones;and Nancy, Rees, from Bristol, with sundries': Union, Rogers, from ditto, in ballast; and Clifton Union, Meredith, from Llanelly, with coals. LluneUi/.—Arrived, the Providence., Davies, from Ches- ter, with bricks; Speedwell, Rees; and Dove, Davies, rrom Cardigan; Caroline, Periman, from Llougluyr; Sis ters, Davies, from Fowey Hanston, ;rom ,l)urt- .mouth and Excellence, Davis, from Liverpool, in balia.-r. Sailed, the William and Mary, Cock, lor Fowey a:i ■. Frie'i.s,Us Delight, Derricott, for Bqirnstap'c, with coals. Bristol.Entered out, the Bold Harry, JdiK's,- for b welly N(,w Mil ord, Luke, for Ha'veriordwest; Sailv, Taylor, for Newport. Liverpool.—Arriyed, the Impregnable, Jones; >, i ei tess, rralcisi rroin Pwlhely, with -sittidri'es; Experiment, Campbell, and Dfyades, Jones, from Glocester, wIth elm timber andbaik.. • Falmouth.— Arrived* 'the-'Brothers, Ball; Union, Roes; and Recovery, Pawson, from Swansea; and Frear, Jel- ling; from Newport. f rivro.—Entered; inwards, the John, Trcluddra. from Swansea, with coaL- ttie Henry, Glayas Mary, Brown Pomona,. Bowden Amelia, Nni'nis JMaraiion, Stevens Valentine, Waters, :Pravidenee, -Jones j Hawke, ———: Swaltow, Wi!iaiuis.; and Peggy, '•■:•■■ "y all irouSwansCa, With ,coals and. Happy Con-pie,'Cjark, from Newport. Cork.—A'rrivedj the Punsonby, V\ aJsii, from. Swansea Hearts- of Oak; Perrot; Nymph, Warreil; arid Ellen, Kellicher, from Neath, -alfwith culm Honor, Christmas and New Kernson, Barber,>trom Cardiii, With coals. The Fanny, Martin; from Neath," is arrived in the River Thames., i The 'Catherine', .Sto'thart,-vfi'oni Bristol, bound to the West-Iiidiea and»Hdnduras, is taken by a French privateer, and carried into, Gm'tdalol1pe.
H-,iw Arrived at Grogan's Hotel; inouiisea-Mr. Hawkins, Mr. Cslland,' and Miss-Roland; .Arrived, at Tenby—Sir Henry Mannix, Bart,. Mr. and MTs. Mister aild Mr. Davis, Mrs. Davis, Mr. Parker, Miss Power, Miss Gardner. This day having been appointed for a General Fast and Humiliation,it. jvas- obsetved'irr tnis tdwn and lieiglibpui-hotKl with due so.iemnity. -The shops were aU shut, and the places Of cruwded. Thcvoluareçrshere attended-Diviiie Service at Sr. Mary's ehurch, where- An exeeHent and apgropri-att: jjertnon .was preachfed.tiy .the Ifev. "Mr. Basset. Major-Genera 1 Gasettyne has resinned his com- mand of the Sot h \V alus district, and is how at ;i:iverlor.hve.st. > r L Saturday.last Col. Lascellcs's .corps of Glamor- gan riflemen was inspected, at St. Nicholas, by Col. Warde, when they w'ent;through their ma- riCeuvres with their etsual .precision; at the same time the Curdiirca.va.lry were inspected, and took their pos: on the right' of th:) infantry, commanded (in the absence otius Ca.pt.iin) by Lieut. Wood, who. worked his sc|ua.iro;i to the manoiuvres ol the inlan-, try, (widi which they were unacquainted before they cahle into the field) in a, manner that would I have done credit to regular eavalry, and which could not have been"eft'ectecl"1 unless the men had been as attentive and zealous as the offiqer. Sunday last four companies .of the western Gla- morgan volunteers, were inspected at-Corntown by Colonel Warde, and the remaining seven-compa-* liiesut Purest, on Monday. The weather proving extremely unfavourable oii the last mentioned dayiA the Inspecting Field Officer,, after having seen the l twops go through part of their exercise very much to their credit, declined keeping the corps longerunder arms in a very heavy rain. The western Glamorgan volunteers have volun- teeredfor fourteen days permanent duty. Col. Warde, we hear, will inspect the first and third battalions of the Breconshire volunteers, at Brecon, on Tuesday next; part ot the Radnorshire volunteers at Rhayader, on Wednesday; the re- mainder at Presteign, onThursday; and the second batt alion of Breconshire Volunteers, at tlie Hay, on Friday. This week the eastern Glamorgan regiment of volunteers, consisting of twelve companies, com- prising upwards of 800 men, including officers, ar- rived here,' in two divisions, for the purpose of per- forming permanent duty for 21 days. A finer body of men, or better appointed corps, the Principality cannot boast j- they marched in, preceded by their excellent band, with veteran precision and steadi- ness; while their appearance and discipline are highly honourable to themselves, and a credit to the cause in which, they have so nobly engaged. The first battalion of Carmarthepsbire volun- teers, who commenced permanent duty at Lando- vepy on the. Mth instant, for 21 days, understand- ing-that other corps in the neighbouring counties had volunteered for a month, have unanimously agreed to continue their services for the same pe- riod. The unremitting attention of the officers,- particularly of Mr. Irwin, the Adjutant, to promote the discipline of the battalion, merit the warmest praise; and the conduct ofthemen, in quarters has been such as would reflect credit oil the best regu- lated regiment in the line. At five'o'clock on \yedhesday morning 300 of 'W6d the third battalion of Carmarthenshire volunteers marched from Carmarthen for Haverfordwest, at which place they will remain-on permanent duty for 28'days. The cheerfulness and alacrity with which they mustered at so early an hour, evinced their patriotic ardom- ilithe cause of their country; they took their leave with three hearty cheers, and the immense concourse of relatives, friends, and inhabitants, which aecompanied thein out of the town, formed a spectacle truly Srat^y^ng* ■The third battalion of Brec()hs,hire;.volunteers, comprising the Crickhowell and Penkeily compa- nies, arrived at Brecon on Monday last, there to remain fourteen days on permanent duty.—We feel great pleasure in bearing testimony to the zeal of this respectable corps to attain proficiency in the military science. The Trafford (Cheshire) volunteers have entered upon permanent duty for one month at Holywell, in Flintshire the ltnncoth'volunteers for the like period at Ituthin the Micldlewich volunteers for 21 days at Wrexham the Shropshire volunteers, nearly 2000 strong, for three weeks at Shrewsbury and the Herefordshire yeCmanry for a fortnight at Worcester. Saturday the Severn riflemen, commanded by Capt. Samuel .Wathen, arrived in Glocestcr, where they are foperform, permanent duty for 14 days. The Monmouthshire volunteer infantry, com- manded by Colonel Morgan., have unanimously agreed to go on permanent diiiy, and are expected to inarch to Bristol for that purpose. The Right liom Earl of Ddbyhas allowed, out of his own private purse, 2s. 6d. per week, to each ;wife and child of theKnowsPey Volunteers, now on actual duty at WTigan, and the labourers, in his Lordship's employ; continue-to receive their, wages while on military duty. Friday last, Mr. Le.wis Bejmon, of Swansea, was sworn into the office of Waiter and Searcher to the port of Llanelly; On the 9tn insJant, the new Independent Mcet- ing-house,in this town, was opened for public wor- ship.. On that and the following day, 12 sermons were preached in it, alternately English and Welsh, to an auditory, it is computed." or 3000 persons. t, lilt Among others, the ftev. Mr. Peter of Carmarthen, preached nxost forcibly irom Hosea 9, v. 5. What "will ye do iu the solemn' da}' ?" 'It is a consolatory rcflectioii that piaces of worship are daily multiply- ing in the Principality, as it evinces that the minds of the people are more enlightened, and. the mists of ignorance a:r.idua.lly dispelling, under the influ- ence of the gospel of peace, which, like the sun, shines more and more to perfect d-ay.'r A complaint, we are informed, was lately sent to the Ordnance-office, we believe by an officer of the navy, of the issue of powder from the store in this town for the use of the troops otl the occasion of the fate sham fight on this, coast; but which was rendered unnecessary *by'a previous report irom the proper oificei" on the subject, whose conduct met the sanction of the office. I'he Union Jack, a new;jxtcket^oatip^'convey the- mails betweeH Holyhead and Dublin," was lauiy^itt; -at the former'post aiew day^since. Tuesday last, Lord George Thynne, who had va- cated his se tt in Parliament by accepting tLs ap- paintment of Comptroller of the lioubehoid, was \0. reacted to feprdsent tlie borough dfWeobIev; Hefefo'fdshlre.. Friday la^t Lord Chve.took the. oaths and hi. seat in the House of .Peers, as Earl Po wis •■• whe: the Lord Chancellor read to him the Thanks of th House which hädbeeulatdy voted to him, tor liih conduct in India; to which his Lordship retdrned and approjiriate anS\ve'f- The lv,ev. Ph'ilip Egfjrton,. A. M. is presented to the valuable Rectory ot Malpas, in Cheshire, vacant by the death of the late Rev..Mr. Heber. Last week,, a bet was decided on Swansea Bur- rows between two' publicans of this town, and the Captain of a vessel trading hither; which aftbrded- much mirth to the spectitors. one of the forme, carrying the other on his back, was to run fifty yards against the Captain's hundred; the latter, however, speedily shot a-head, leaving his competi- tor^tist-ern,-ivho had the mortification to see their antagonist reach the destined spot, while they were wa idling along in his u uke. Friday last an., officer walking on the Platform at Portsmoltdi-, was warned, by a Welsh centincl, that there was an order against the wearing o.f spurs there; arguments increased the soldier's "certainty, and'an enquiry at the guard-house only obtained acontinnationofthefact. A closer investigation however, disclosed, that in the Welsh language there ;s but one word to describe pattern and spurs, and from thence arose the pointed remonstrance of this-vigilant "son'of St. David. t Accidents.—Very early on Monday mornin^ last, one ol the collier's at Landore, in this neiglfbourr hood, wdieeling coal into a vessel, slipped off the plank, and, with his barrow, fell from a height ot ahout 14 feet into ths..water, .under which ne re-, mained some minutes; but obtaining speedy as- sistance, was fortunately taken up in time to pre- serve hisdile. The poor man, liowvver, had some of hj.s ribs broken, ami sustained other injuiy, but is recovering.Weduesday night, Hugh Neil, a lad belonging to one of the vessels in our harbour,' fell Irom, the, mast into the hold, and fractured his skull..Surgical aid being immediately procured, he is. now doina; well. a small village called Sputty, near the Devil's Bridge, Cardiganshire, there now live two brothers, the youngest of whom is-'OG, and the eldest 10ii years of age. The eldest is the heartiest man. He still climbs the mountains after his sheep, and heartily jokes with all the travellers who call at his cot,(a small pot-house). The fishermen of iVlegavissey lately caught, en- tangled in their mackerel drift nets, a fish, which measured 24 feet in length. The fishermen dall it a Bottle-mouth. It was sold for 17 guineas, and the liver of it only is stated to have produced 120 galloiis of pure oil. Saturday last, Joseph Burrows, of Frodsham, in Cheshire, was convicted in the mitigated penalty of five pounds, and costs, for refusing to give a stamped receipt when required, agreeably to the Act of 43d of his present Majesty. The beginning of last week the body of a male child was taken out of one of the docks, at Liver- pool, tied in a handkerchief, with a brick,in order to increase the-weight, A Coroner's inquest was taken over the body, who brought in a verdict of wilful murder against some person or persons un- known. As two boys were bathing last week, in the river Weaver, abous a hundred yards above the old bridge in Northwich, Cheshire, they observed the' corners of a pocket-handkerchief floating above the stir- (ace,a-od near the side of the water. One of them had the curiosity to take it up and examine its con- tents, when he found to his astonishment; a large quantity of-guineas, half-guineas, and seven-Shil- ling pieces. The two bays, .having agreed as to the division of their prize, ran home to inform their parents of their good fortune, when the money was divided equally between" the parties. Their joy was so great, that the news of.this discovery soon reached all their poor neighbours, who with them- 'selves were anticipating the pleasure^ they were to have at a. feast on the occasion. Unfortunately, however, for all the parties, it was soon discovered, that- the whole were counterfeits; of course they were takwxftom them and cut to pieces.- The quan- tity found was 7 guineas, 113 half-guineas, and 16 seven-shillingpieces. Enormous giu*[0ny.—Some few weeks ago, amin, apparently from the country, actually devoured-, at a respectable public house m Manchester, the fol- lowing articles, viz.—three pounds of beel-steaks, seventeen penny pies, and one pound of mutton suet fried, witli bread irr proportionand after swallowing this very delicate repast, to prove the su- periority of his gormandizing laculties, he declared that his voracious maw Was scarcely half satiated, At Laildovery fair, on Tuesday last, cattle de- clined in price, though many were sold; and oil the following day the few pigs disposed of expe- rienced a considerable reduction. Hay fair, last week, was very well attended, and live stock of every description fetched a. fair price. -At this fair,we regret to say, the light-fingered gentry were but too successful in their depreda- tions, as they plundered one gentleman to the amount of nearly Sui. and picked the pocket of a poor ipan of 18 guineas, with the whole of which they got clear oif. At TrecasUe fair, cattle sold well, and were soon bought up; horses fetched a high price, and ewes with lamb averaged "about 13s.; pigs went very low. u At Ledbury, Kington, Leominster, Bromyard, Dorstone andPemhridge fairs (Herefordshire) held within the last fortnight, fat cattle have, generally speaking, sold well, the demand being pretty brisk; good horses sold high, and found many purchasers; pigs in general went very low, and at every place 3iivfcral have been driven off unsold., At Dursley, Berkeley, and Tèwkesbury, fairs, (Sloces7tershire) last week, cattle and sheep ob- tained high prices, but pigs were on the decline.— At Shrewsbury fairTcattle, sheep, and pigs, of which there was a good shew, sold at reduced prices, and were a drug. Cheese, 603. to 6Gs. per cwt. Bacon, jSd to ?|d.. per lb. Id Two pigs of extraordinary weight were lately killed in Glamorganshire; one by Farmer. Mi es, at Hoel y March, near Bonvilstonc, which weighed j 34 score" and 6lbs. and the other by Farmer Rees, at Lancadel, near Fonmon Castle, weighing 35 score and 11bs.-Theskin of the latter (a boar) weighed 7Gibs, and was sold for 17s. ,On the 18th inst. was killed bv John Gristock, of North Petherton, near Bridgewater, a remarkably fat calf only Jl Aveeks old, weighing 440lb. The carcase, when dressed, weighed 280lb, and the ski'n' ¡10ib.. A touch of the H f'/nchausen.—An Irish newspaper says', Daniel Ruckle, of Ballingarrane, in the county of Limerick, has a hen which lays three eggs every day, each of which has two yolks and two whites, with a separation in the middle. .Twelve of these were, put under another hen, and however improbable it may seem, they absolutely produced twenty-four beautiful cocks f full Jledg- ■<id—which- clapped their wings and began a crowing! Last week an action was tried in the Court of King's Bench, Dublin, brought by Miss Fitzgerald, Of in the Queen's county, against" the: Rev. Mr. Kawkesworth, son of Mr. Hawkesworth, iluull1,f1(?r' of Lord Caftlecoote's estates in that coun- ty, to" obtain a compensation in damages for a breach of promise oi The deie idant, it appeared, had kept the lady in a state ofsuspence for seven years, frequently fixing a day for the per- foriT'ince of tlie ceremony, ami as frequently put- t ng it ctf, ti;l at IcagMi lie.;lec-mad tlie un»on \,lto- :"ether. -I he Jury awarded the iujiiiod vyuna- lUdlr ;500i. damages, and fui! costs.- in the* course of tile trial,- several letters that h id passed between the parties were-produced,and read; one of the or*, fondants letters, in answer to another from Aliss coin plaining of her uneasiness at sorne reports ;n the neighbourhood respecting her lover's'con- stancy,- contained the foilowing^pafagraph,' whicli as will readily be Supposed, cauSeiTmiicli merri- men tin the Court' Wliat punishment shall I wi?h inflicted on this slanderer? AMhtfcr on Ids tongue—no, a'smart too'/t-uclU'—-aye, th .if is some- what better, but I haye In reserve a more adequate punishment; volt will smile when von hear it: Ferpet)ial itchingj mlfiput the benefit ol'$crutchin<r I" Waterford, Jlfay 2d.—Smjday -night^ the 13th in- s-tant, a gang of villains broke into the house of a fithprand Son, u-jme.i Buckley, within a few miles j.ot Cashel, and beat them so inhumanly, that the young man expired at the moment, and no hopes were entertained oiiTuesday morning of the father's recovery.- Q ■ The Cashel p^st-boy vras again robbed on Mon- dayTiiglit, of the bags liom Ciouuiel fur that town aud Tipperarv. j' Clo?mel, 19,-An tmnatural wretched wo- man was,on Friday night, detected by a .soldier in this town in attempting to drown her new-bora child —tlie man humanely, rescued the child from destruction, and took the diabolical offendress be- fore a magistrate.
*■' BIRTHS. ^Suturday last, in Swansea, the lady of John R ees, Esq; of I^tlly^aenllwydd HouSc, Carmarthenshire, of a daughter; Last wfelt, tito ladv of Stephen- Jones', Esq. of M^thyr- mawr; Glamorganshire, of a daughter, which llid shortly after. f: J Mrs; Williams; wife of Air. Williams, surgeon, Swansea, oi her tenth son, and seventeenth child. ■The•'wife ot lhomas Rogers, ot tlie Werri Lace, Kinner- ley, Salop, of (we: children united together. Airs; llcnshaw, of Liifterworth, of four children, three boys and a giri, all likely to live. MARRIED. Lately, Mr. Brown, seiicitor; oi Bristol, to Miss Jav, of Roose, near Cow bridge, only .daughter of the late Rev. Rowland Jay. Mr. Coulston, solicitor, of Bristol,, to Miss Forbes, eldest 1 daughter of T. Forbes, Esq. of Clifton. Mr. Stepiicn Prust, merchant, of Bristol, to Miss J. Summers, of New Bond-street; Londori. Mr. W. Weh-<, ofLituhydc!), to .M'ss James, of Pennan, Mohniouthshire;:—also, Mr. W. Williams, of the former place, to Miss George, late of Ppntypool. John Lowder, jun. Esq. of Lansdown-place, Bath, to Miss Mary D'Oyley, second" daughter of the late Charles D'Oyley, Esq. of Southrop, Glocestershire. ■; DIED. ■ In his 21st year, Mr. T. R. Jones, of Newtown, Mont- gomeryshire. At Gateshain, Devon, at an advanced age, Mrs. N e vcome, daughter of the late Dr. Newcome, Dean of Glocester. i"
MILITARY PROMOTIONS. 1st Battalkm of Carmarthenshire Volunteers.—Adjutant H. Iryrin, to have the brevet rank of Captain. 5th Battalion of Carmarthenshire Volunteers.—Thomas Howell, Geht.-to be Ensign. Radnorshire Volunteers.—Lieutenants S- Williams, R. Ur- wick, and J. Wilkins, to be Captains; EnsignsS. Stephens, J, Beaumont, and T. Williams, to be Lieutenants; J. Law- reiic? and T. Jones, Gents, to be Ensigns. Commission signed by his Majesty Lieutenant for the county of Radnor.—'Hugh Vaughan, Esq. to be Deputy-Lieut. HIGH WATER ON SWANSEA-BAR For the ensuing-Week. • Days. Morning. Evening. Height. II. M. JI. M. P. I. Saturday 7 0 7 16 i 14 3 Sunday 7 SS 7 49 "1 14 0 Monday 8 6, 8 2:1 13 6 Tuesday 8 40 t' 9 0 12 7 Wednesday .a gg 9 43 11 8 Thursday 10 8 10 35 10 9 Friday 11 6 11 38 10 3 Friday 11 6 11 38 10 3 s lUGIl WATER AT THE PASSAGES Far "the ensuing Week. Days. Morning. Evening. "T4" M. H. M. Saturday • 7 2'2 7.- SS -7 55 8 -ll Monday- 8 23 8 4,5 Tuesday -9 2 9 22 Wednesday 9 44 10 5 Thursday 10 30 10 57 Friday 11 £ 8 j 12 0 "COUNTRY MARKETS. SWANSEA. Wheat6s. 5d- Bailey 3s. 8d. Ch-.sSs.C.L per Winchester bushel.. CA^DII F. Wheat 16s. to 18s. per busii&L. o; -J.ior.s. Barley 8s. to 9s. Od. per ditto.. Oats 9s. per .JUS. gallons. ,-■ GOWEEIDGE. Wheat 7s> to 7s. Od. Barley 3s. 6d. ,4s. Od. Oats2s. to2s. 8d. Grey Peas.5s. Boiling dittoij. to 9s. ptir bushel of S3 gallons. BRir.osxo;. Wheat 6s. to.6s. Ci. BarleV 3s. to 3s. 3d. Qats fefs. Od. to 2s; tjd. per Winchester bushel. [ NEATH. Wheat 7s. Od. to 7s. dd. Oats 3s. Od. to Os. Od. per bushel. Barley 9s..Od- 10 10s. Od. p.r bag. CARMABTIIEV. VVheat 6s. 6d.Barley 3s"0d, to Ss. 6d. j Oats 2s; Od. per Winchester, bushel. LLANEI.LV. Wheat 6s. 6ti, to 7s. Od. Barley 4s. Od. to. [in. Od. per Winchester bushel. LANOOVERY, Wheat, £ s. 9d. Barley, -4s. 9d. Pil. corn, 7s. 6d. per bushel of 10 gallons. LANDIT-O. Wheat-8s.-6d. to 10^.Od. Barley4s.Od.per bushel of,'IQ'gallon# • Vex hx. Wheat 8$. per bushel of 10 gallons. Barley 4s. Oats Is. lOd. per Wuiciiester biishel. -NARBKU'TH. Wheat 6s, 3d. Barley 3s. Od. Oats Is. ► lOd. per bushel of 8 gallons. PEMBROKE' Wheat 8s. Od. Barley 4s. 9d. Oats 3s. od. per bushel of 10 gallons. HAVKRPORDwtsr. "Wheat fs. to 8s. Barley 5s. to 5s. 6d. Oats 2s. to 2s. 6d< per strike of ten gallons. CARDIGAN. Wheat 6s. 9a. Barley 3s. Od. to 3s. 6d. Oats fs-. Id. per Winchester bushel. LAMPETER. Wheat 7S. 9d. to 8s. 3d. Barley Ss. 6d. to 3s. 9d. Oats Is. lOd. to 2s. 3d. per bushel. ABERYSRWITH., Wheat 6s. 6d. to 7s. Barley 29. 6d. Rye 4s. Od. Oats Is. 9d. Pease 6s. per bushel. IjiiECON. Wheat 8s. Od. Barley 4s. 3d. Pease Os. Od. White ditto 00s, Od.-pcr bushel of 10 gallons. Oats 7s. Od. per measure of 20 gallons. Clover Seed 8d. per lb.: 13 tT I LT H. WlitAat 8si od. Barley 4s. 9d. per bushel of "lo gallons. HAY. Wheat 6s. 6d., to 7s. 3d, per bushel of 10 gallons. Barley 3s.' 6d. to 3s. 9d. Oats 2a. 6d. to 3s. Od. Pease 6s^ to 6s. 6d. MACHYNLLETH. Wheat 6s. 6d. Rye 4s. 6d. Barley 3s. Pease 9s. Oats,is. 6d: per bushel." DoLnm.ix, Wheat 6s. 9d. Barley 4s.Od. Oats 2s. 6d. Oatmeal 6s. Id. WRExnAM. Wheat 7s. Od. to 8s. 9d. per busbel of 38 quarts. Barley 3s. 6d. W hite Pease 6s. 6d. N F-Wpo iwT, (.^lonmouthsliire). Wheat 8s. 9d. Barley 4s. OJ. Oats 2- 9d., Beans 8s. Od. per bushel of 10 gallons. PoN.TYpooi.. \Vheat 3s: to Bs. 6d. Barley 4s. 6d. Oats 3s. 6d. Pease 3s. 6d. per bushel of 10 gallons. CRIESIKR" 'Wheat(571b.) 6s. 3d. Barley, 3s. 9d. Oats 2s. 8d. V" SuREWSBtrEY. Wheat, 7s. Id. Barley, 4s. Od. Peas, Os. Od,-per bushel oi" 38 quarts. Oats, 5s. 6d.—per cus- tomary measure of 57 quarts. IlEHfif oan. Wiieat, 7s. Otl. Harley; 4<5. Qd. Oats,4s.- 2d. D.ans/ 65. 3d. Peas, 6s. 3d.—per ebsfomary mea- sure of 10 galloiis. WORCESTER. Wheat 6s. 4.d. to 6s. 8d. Barley 3s, to 4s. Od. Beans 4s. *9d. Pease. Os. 0(1. to Os. Od.—Oats 3s. 3d. to 4s. Od.— £ 54 pockets of Hops were weighed in this Market last Saturday prices, 51. Os. to 51. 12s. per. cwt. GI.OCESTER. Wheat, best, 7s. 4d. second, 6s..Od. third, 5s. 9d. Beans, 5s. Od. Oats, 3s. 9d. Barley, 3s. lOd. Peas, 7s: Od.—i>er eustoniaty bushel of gallons. DEVIX.F,S. vVhcat 46s. to Sis. Barley, 25s. to 28s, Beans, 38s. 10 ,42. Oat s, 23s. to "i7s. per quarter. Frice of'Leather, at Bristol.—Crop Ilides 21^-d. to 2<fd. Dressing Hides §2|-d. to 2s., Irish and Dutch Hides Ood. to 00d.° Horse Hides 21 d. to 23d. Backs l9d. to aod, Pattern Skins, 60lb. per dozen, 2s. if-d. to 2s. 8!d. Price of Leather at Liverpool.—Light ordinary Hides 20d, to yjid. M'ddling 2id. to 22d. Heavy-22d. to 24a, Dressing Hides t;3d. to £ 4d. Horse ditto 20d. to 24d.—• English Calf Skins, 401b. to 60lb. per doz. 2s. 6d. to 2s. 3d. 60ib. to 80)b. a!s. 4d. to 2s. 6d, Irisfli ditto Is. 9d. to i'a. Od. rJr far the London Markets on Monday, see uttr itn Pag&.
"Hint pfthe peace and safetyief Gorijtanj^ justly uneasy, st the mournful prospect which presents itself, Jie has not hesitated to communicate his sentiments on this subject to the First Consul through llie Ru^au Change d'Aftaires'-At Paris. His Majesty, in '.taking a Attp whicihthe most im- portant considerations for the welfare of the Empire has prescribed to him, is convinced that the D'et and Head pi thft Empire will do justice to » care as disinterested as it is evidently necessary; tliat they will cheerfully join their own exertions to those of his-JMajesty, atsd that- they will not,he- sitate to make their just complaints to the French Govern- ment, in Order to induce the same to submit tc all steps and measures Which their iftjuied dignity may- ciaiii^;frp\u .that Government: and which are necessary lor the maintenance of their future security." Sunday last, the first day on which the Prince of j Co-Lùé held a levee, since the murder of his grand- son, he was waited upon by the Russian Ambassa- dor, and, after halt-an-hoiir's conversation,, the Prince returned to the Assembly, with an air ot satisfaction, and said to the persons around iiira, I may yet live to see a King re-established in France^ though, for myself, the Utmost I can hope is, to terminate an unhappy existence upon the twins of my palace, with trie melancholy idea, that iny name cannot long survive me. A mail arrived this day from Lisbon, by which have been received letters from Spain and from Gibraltar. The latter, however, are not of recent dates, and art chiefly filled with particulars, of events already known. A Cadiz letter states, that the French have demanded eight millions of dol- lars from Spain in addition to the sum agreed to be paid as the price of neutrality! The same letter states, that a quarrel lately took- place at Cadiz, between two boats crews belonging to French and British vessels. Our tars had. the better of it, though the French were armed and they not. The French were the aggressors. We have the pleasure to announce the arrival of the homeward-boujid damaieaileet, oil Cape Clear. PItTCR OF STOCKS. Bank Stock. 000 .f Long Ann. 00 ■3 per C. Red. 55} India Stock GOO 3 per C. Cons. 57 IndtaDondsl-.aOs.dis. 4 per C 75$Extiheq. Bpls, Is. 2s. dis. ■5 per C. Navy 93 Omnium Ai prem. •5per"C."i79f.. Lottery Tickets 191. 15s. Dublin—Exchange on Loudon 16. •