THE -CviMBRItdJV. -<> SWANSEA, FitiDAY, September 28. Arrived here, Lady Mansell, Sir William and Miss H. Manselh Mr. and Mrs. Justice, Mr. and Miss Tate, Rev. Mr. Tate, Rev. Mr. Hooper, Miss M. Hancorne, Mrs. Daniel, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Thompson, Miss Merrick, &c. Arrivals at Tlttitwoi-tyd Wells ta Sept. 15.—Mr. and Mrs. 0 Jones, Mr. Prosser, Mr. Price, Mrs. and Miss Macnamara, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Taylor, Miss Charles, Mrs. Humphreys, Miss Saunders, Mr. Morris, Master and Miss Lewis, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr. Courts, Mrs. Jones aud Miss Gwynne of Llaugan, Mr. Essex Bowen, Miss Phillips, Miss Roderick, Mrs. Jones of Canardy, Mrs. Master and Miss Thomas, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Evans, Capt. Lewis, Rev. Mr. Rees, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Marriot, Mr, and Mrs. James, Mr. Adams, Mr. Penrose, Mr. P. H. Gwvnne, Miss Gwynne of Garth, Misses Morgan, Mr; Davies, Mr. and Misses Wood, Col. and-Misses Lloyd of Dale, Col. James Lloyd, Col. and Mrs. M'Clarv, Counsellors Touchet and Cooper, Mr. Pugh, Mr. Coke, Mr. Powell, Miss Davies, Mr. and Miss Davies of Noyadd, Misses Allen of Pembroke, Miss and Master Gough, Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Haverfordwest, Rev. Mr. Price, Miss Lewis. Arrivals at Llandrindod to Sel)t.4.-Ilir. Crummer, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Allen, Mr. Jones, Mrs. Ed- ward's, Miss Parry, Mr. Wilkinson, Miss Price, Mrs. and Miss Rogers, Mr. and Miss Troughton, Mr. Hughes, Mrs. Davies, Mr. Stevens, Rev. Mr. Massey, Rev. Mr. Finch, Rev. Mr. Parry, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. and Miss Hooper, Mr. Davies, Rev. Mr. J. Davies, Miss Prichard, ML All- port, Mrs. and Miss Bowen, Rev. Mr. Prothero, Mr. Adams, Mr. Watts, Mr. Essex Bowen, Mr. and three Misses Ambler, Rdv, Mr. Williams, Mr. Parry, Mr. Thomas Parry, Miss Evans, Miss Hughes, Mrs. Major. Williams of Heullys, Mrs. and Miss Wilkins, Miss Vaughan, Mr. Wilkins, Major Bowen, Mr. Morris, Mr. Cheese, Cap- tain and Mrs. Dale, Capt. Campbell, Miss Bucket, Miss Griffiths, Mr. Price, Mr. Gwyn, Mr. Coke, Mr. Powell, Mr. Bishop, Mr. Price, Mr. Edward Jones, Mr. Voss, Mr. Harries. Th anniversary. of our revered Sovereign's Co- ronation wis observed here on Saturday last with the usual demonstrations of loyalty and attach- ment, The Morris ton and Endeavour armed brigs, the Cleveland, tender, and other vessels in our harbour, displayed their Various colours, and ihr, three former fired salutes on the occasion. Col. Siadden has appointed the. week after next or a general inspection of all the volunteers in Glamorganshire. The first battalion of Breconshive loyal volun- teers was inspected on Sunday last by Col. Brom- ley, who was pieased highly to compliment them on their- attainment in military Sciencc.—This pa- triotic and respectable corps will march to Here- lord early in the ensuing month, there to continue on permanent duty for fourteen days. The Montgomeryshire yeornanrycdvalry were to march this day for Wrexham, on permanent duty (or fourteen days. Saturday last, the Chepstow and Caldecot volun- teers, commanded by Colonel Turton, having fi- nished the period of their permanent duty, march- ed from Hereford for Monmouth, on their return home. The appearance, discipline, and steady conduct of these corps, merit the highest approba- tion and the friendly attention they received from the inhabitants of Hereford, was gratefully acknow- ledged by the wltDle body. On Sunday they com- pleted their march, and were welcomed home by the joyous salutations of their families and friends, The Rev. John Lloyd and John Hardinge, Esq. are appointed Deputy Lieutenants of the county of Carmarthen. Lieutenant Richard Jeffreys, youngest son of I pn Win. Jeffreys, Esq. of this town, is appointed Lieutenant in the artillery company attached to the Plymouth division of Royal Marines. Sunday last the Lord Bishop of St. David's held liis Ordination at Abergwilly., when ten Priests and Deacons were admitted into holy Orders. Our much-esteemed friend, the Rev. Mr. Davies, Curate of St. Mary's, in this town, took leave of us last Sunday in a farewell sermon, which compre- hended a general view of our christian obligations, individually and collectively. His advice to his young friends was deeply and affectingly interest- ing, its chief ..object, to multiply a race of worshippers Holy and just; thrice happy if they know Their happiness and persevere upright, "And thus their sabbath keep." The apostrophe to our venerable and worthy Vicar, was as honourable as it was just; the con- clusion combined all that could be uttered with all that could be felt— —much impressed Himself, as conscious of bis awful charge, And anxious mainly that the flock hcJcd feel it too", Probably nothing interests the human mind so much as parting from those who have in any man- ner contributed to, or promoted our temporal well doing. It may be judged, therefore, what was felt in parting with him whose sole object was our eter- nal welfare. May those doctrines it was his study and delight to disseminate among us be productive of the end he wished, and that though for a time he has bid us farewell, we may, profiting'both by his precepts and exaiixple-rtiect again! Monday last the Corporation of Brecon met ac- cording to annual custom for the purpose of elect- ing a Bailiff. &c. when Hu^h Bold, sen. Esq. was chosen to that office for the ensuing year. After the usual ceremonies were gone through, the mem- bers of the Corporation sat down to a sumptuous dinner at the Golden Lion. Win. Anderdon, Esq. is elected Mayor of Bath for the year ensuing. Lord Warwick, we hear, has purchased MrSym- mens's delightful estate, called Llangennach park, near Llanelly.—Mr. Vancouver, brother to Capt. Vancouver, will reside thereon as agent to his Lordship. A very elegant display of company honoured the Master of the Ceremonies' Ball, at York-house, Clifton, last week; amongst whom were Colonel Brigstocke, most of the officers of the Royal Car- marthen and South Devon regiments, with a great number of fashionables.—-The band oftheltoyal Carmarthen attended, and added much to the plea- sure and hilarity of the evening. Mr. Justice Hardinge's recent Charges to the Grand Juries in Wales, (inserted in former papers) are highly honourable to his character in point of learning and eloquence, as well as in sound politi- cal principles, and a virtuous indignation against the horrible excesses of revolutionary France. There is indeed a peculiar character of spirited and striking oratory in most of the addresses of this kind which Mr. Justice Hardinge has delivered: yet his talents are easily exercised on subjects of a playful and satirical description, as was observable in his humorous Strictures on Mr. Malone's Life of Dryden. Monday last a foot-race, of four miles and three quarters, for 200 guineas, was run at Lantrissent, Glamorganshire, by a native of that place, and a young man brought from England for the purpose, which was won with ease by the latter, who went over the ground, although very rough and uneven, in about 26 niinu to two in favour of the Lantrissent man, who was backed with confi- dence, never having been beaten before. Two awful instances of sudden death have oc- curred within the last few days: the one, a man employed in a copper work near this town, who dropped down while engaged in his business, and instantly expired—the other, 4 person of this place, who, in the act of putting on his coat after rising from his bed, became in a moment a lifeless corpse. Government has ordered Generals Boyer and Rochambeau, who have so often forfeited their pa- role, to be removed from Ashburton to Montgo- mery. f A few day| since, while a military escort was conveying a. party of Trench prisoners from Ply- 'n in mouth to Bristol, one of them made his escape at Bridgewater, and contrived to get on hoard a vessel bound from thence to Tenby, in which he concealed himself till she had put to sea. On his arrival at Tenby, however, he was again secured, and placed in safe custody. Saturday morning last, a dextrous villain stole a gentleman's trunk from the back part of the Bris- tol caravan, on the road between Pyle and Neath, which he carried off unperceivedv The trunk, how- ever, being soon missed, the robbery was immedi- ately made known, and after about half an hour's search, it was found by a woman in an unfrequent- ed spot, nearly a quarter of a mile from the road, wrapped up in a bag. It had been opened, and eight guineas in cash taken out; but from an ap- prehension, probably, of subsequent discovery, the fellowdeft 201. in notes untouctleci.-Suspiciori has since fallen on Thomas David, blacksmith, of Aber- avon, who has absconded, and for whose appre- hension a reward of five guineas is offered.-See Advertisement. On the evening of Sunday se'nnight, Mr. J. Price, of Llanfyllin, was attacked on the Wrexham road, near Belor ve, by two men on foot, who plundered' him of 400 guineas in cash, together with bills drawn at Shrewsbury, Oswestry, and Dolgelly, amounting in the whole to 605)1.—The villains, not satisfied with their booty, or perhaps in the hope of finding more concealed in his clothes, stripped him of'his coat and waistcoat, and decamped with their plunder towards Eccleston. A large reward is offered for their apprehension. A striking instance of remorse of conscience, which exemplifies the avenging hand of God against murder, is just added to the many similar impressive lessons, in the voluntary surrender of a woman (who has for sonic years been a pauper in the before .a .magistrate of that llcighbourhood, L whom sh, has confessed thateigGt years ago"she murdered her bastard infant, by cutting its throat, and throwing it into the river Avon, near Bath and declared, that such was the intolerable miserv of her mind till she had divulged the dread- ful secret, that she was inevitably compelled to consign herself over to the ministration of the law to answer for the horrid deed.—It is known, that a child (about a month old) was taken out of the ri- ver, near Kingsmcad, by a dog, in June 1795. The price of corn is. gradually declining almost universally in Wales. BLitche-s' meat is also lower. Butter in casks, at Carmarthen, 9d. per lb. A gentleman.just returned from Liverpool and Manchester states, that in those parts, as well as the counties through which he has travelled, the harvest is considered as one of the best that has been experienced for many years; and as soon as the sowing season is over, no doubt is entertained of immense quantities of corn being brought to market. At Crawley fair, last Monday se'nnight, there was a very large shew of Welsh and Devonshire cattle, which sold, upon the average, at full six- pence per stone cheaper than cattle of' a similar kind the preceding week at Egdean. The fair was, well attended, but a considerable portion of the stock was nevertheless driven away unsold". At Worcester great fair, on Wednesday, there was a large show of fat and lean cattle, sheep and pigs, which were sold at reduced prices, and many were driven away unsold. There was a great num- ber of horses, and those which were good fetched high prices.—Of cheese there was a good supply, and high prices were asked best cheese^ brought from 31. 4s. to 31. 18s. per cwt. and second ditto from 21. 15s. to 2l. 18s. The hop trade was unusu- ally brisk 4637 pockets were weighed, being the greatest number ever weighed in one day; current prices, 31. 10s. to 4l. per cwt. The pilchard season has not yet closed. The quantity cellared in Cornwall is estimated at 60,000 hogsheads; the price about 28s. per hogshead, ex- clusive of the bounty. Copper Ores sold at Redruth on Thursday the 20th inst.. Mines. Ions. rurchasers. at per Ton. Crenver 168 Brass Wire Co. £8 8 0 ditto 158 ditto 5 6 6 ditto 149 Mines Royal 3 15 6 ditto 65 Brass Wire Co. 14 11 6 ditto 63 ditto 11 13 6 Oatfield 159 Rose Co. 3 15 0 ditto 152. English Co.. 7 15 0 ditto 123 Rose and London Cos. 8 14 6 ditto 99 Rose Co. 5 3 6 ditto 90 ditto 7 9 6 Wheal Abraham 86 Brass Wire Co. 2 19 0 Pednandrea 12 Freeman Co. 10 10 0 Tons 13i!4 IRON MASTERS' QUARTERLY MEETINGS. At Walsall Tuesday- • Oct. 9. w olverhanipton Wednesday 10. Birmingham Thursday 11. Stourbridge • • •. • Friday .••••■■■ 12. Newport Thursday • ■••• • 18.
GLAMORGANSHIRE TO BE LET, A N elegant SmNE MANSION, late the £ tk. rcsidcnce-o^jMn /tjbkervii.'i., Esq. situate in the beautiful Vale of Oteiuorgan, in the parish of LaniiaraK, twelve mites from the-town and port of Cardiff, five from Co,wbridge, from Bridgend, and three'irom Lantris- sent, all good market towns. The House stands upon an eminence, and commands a picturesque view of the Bristol Channel and adjacent country, upon a dry, healthy, gra- veily soil; consisting of a vestibule, large dmiitg-parionr, 1- bra.ry or breakfast-room, spacio.as drawing-room, geometri- j cal stone and back stair-case, six handsome bed-chambers, with dressing-roomsto most, servants' rooms, a good kitchen, iiousekeeper's-room, butier's-pantry, larder, laundry, exce lletit cellars, double coach-house and harness-room, capital stables for 15 horses, cart-house, pigeon-honse, and other conveniences.; large snd excellent gardens walled round, and the walls well clothed with choice fruit trees in fine bearing. A Paddock with Fish-ponds, and containing about 23 Aeres, surrounded fcj a high and well-built wait, may be had with it; and also t'ronrlOO to Acres of rich LAND. There are several tine Sprrags of Water and .plenty of Coat on the Premises. The Estate abounds with Game, an extensive Manor will be: granted to shoot over, and there are three Packs ot Hounds.kept-iu the neighbourhood. The Furi iiiiure may be taken at.a fair valuation. For particulars apply to Mr. Wkitcumb, Solicitor, Temple, at- whose chambers a Plan of the Hoiise may be seen to Vaughan, Solicitor, Swansea: or to Mr- Root. Williams, Ecidgeutt, who will shew theT'remises. PKffiBROKSlRE.. TO BE LET, AT) UPON IMMEDUTEtY, ALL tfrafc FARM called HHOSYCLEGER., sfeuate ia-the parish of Jqedasgn, containing 43 Acres aud upwards. A responsible tenant who will build a Dwelling and other usefnL Honses, and otherwise improve it, shall meet due encouragement. TIe. are three hue Springs, one of them turns a mill as soon as it leaves the Farm. il Foe further particulars apply tb Miss Brigstocke, Car- unaithen, where a Map In the Premises may be seen. CAPITAL FAIUlf.. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the King's-Arms, Carmarthen, on Wednesday next, the 3d day of October, ALL that, MESSUAGE, TENEMENT, and LANDS, called f, PENTRE-MAWR, BearSwAxsKA, of about 84 Acres; withNVAYN-Y- iilAITH and TYR-LANDORE COLLIERIES; also the TWO PIECES of GROUND and SEVEN'COTTAGES, situated: at-PENTEE, held under Leases of Lives, at the relits0fdlti 16s. (by mistake before stated 7s.) the to- tal yearly rent being jfi^OOs. 6d. but of infinitely greater value. The unexpired terni of Mr. Smith's Lease is ten years, who pays 5s. a weigh for the 'Coal' he is working under Waya-y-lron-firaith Colliery, Exclusive of the annual rent of .;f1!20, which 5s. a weigh produces about' £ 300 per annum. Pentre-Mawr will be made liable to 7s. od. a weigh, should a. Colliery be ever established there by the purchaser, or fu- ture purchaser, or their tenants, there being supposed to bo valuable Veins of Coal under it; and the purchaser can work them immediately under a clause in Mr. Smith's lease. The benefit ajising from the weighs paid by Mr. Smith will tre in ccr.rSe the purchaser's. For further particulars enquire of Mr. J. Jeffreys, Attor- ney at Law, Swansea; and Mr. Lewis, Llandilo or at his Carmarthen. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ON TIlE FltEMISES, By JOHN BRADLEY, On Monday,October 8,1804, and following days, ALL the valuable, modern, and well-pre- served iitlSSEHOLD" FU.RN ITU R E. of that de- sirable residence "tailed LONG-CROSS .HOUSE, plea- santly situated within one mil" of the sea-port town of Car ntsr; consisting of elegant diawing-rocm fitrilittire, fiiahogany four-post and other bedsteads, .wtth' different ikids of furniture; feather-beds, bolsters,pillows,and blan- lets; pier and swing-glasses; elegant mahogany sideboards, tables and chairs of various descriptions; a quantity of car- tting. kitchen requisites, brewing utensils, &c. &c. The Furmture may be viewed three days before the sale, •«&& catalogues of the different lots maj be had on applica- tion, to the Auctioneer, or at the Printing-office, Cardiff. The above Premises, together with the Gardens and two fields, will be immediately Let or Sold. BRECON SHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ib in the town of Ilay, on Thursday, the 6th Deceiiiiber, 1804, between fQurand six in the afternoon, subject to the Conditions of Sale to be then prodiiced, Yahifthle TIMBER in the following lots: *■<* i- fPWO HUNDRED 8? THIRTY-NINE It OAK TREES, marked (X) growing on Pent- W'JR Farm, in the parish of G i.a sbu?y, within half a mile of the turnpike-road leading from Brecon to Hay, and within I"e the suae distance of the river Wve. Lot e. FIFTY-SIX OAK TREES, marked (X) growing '«u a Farm, called Dusfrvn, in the parish of IIa y. Lot 3. ELEVEN ELM TREES, marked (X) growing en. the same farm. Lot 4. SIXTEEN ASH and WELSH ELM TREES, growing on the sallie farm, also marked X. The Tenants on the several Farms will shew the Timber: s and for further particulars apply to Mr. Maybery, Solici- tor, Brecon. GLAMORGANSHIRE. DARING ROBBERY. WHEREAS THOMAS DAVID, of the pa- í V rish of Aberavan, in the said county, Blacksmith, stands charged with having, on the 22d day of September instant, at the parish of Raglan, in the said county feloni- '• .«usly Stolen from behind the Caravanof THOS. Fn ankli-.n, Bristol Carrier, as the same was travelling on the high road, A TRUNK. containing, divers articles of value, the pro- perty of NICOLA S a tvi pf e k i of Wigmore-street, in the eouiity of Middlesex, Music-Master: And whereas the said Ihomas David hath since absconded, and a warrant has been, issued for his apprehension -,—This bs togive notice, that a reward of FIVE GUINEAS will be givtl1 to any person I or persons who will apprehend, the said Thomas David, so that he may be lodged in his Majesty's gaol for the said county, which will be paid on application to Mr. Griffith lAeNv,-IIYTi, B-,iglaii-Hall, near Nczitit. N. B. The said Thomas David is about five feet six inches highabout twenty-live years old, of a swarthy complexion, "with" black curly Iiaii-,kiiocl-knc,.e.,(T,pai-tictilarl.y.onoitesi(le,, k from having broke his leg, and has. been a private in the Britton-Ferry .Company of Yotunteers from its first establish- ment. Was se,en at the foot-race at Lantrissent, on Monday the 24th instant, and is,supposed to have sought concealment in some of the Iron-Works in the Glamorganshire or Mon- mouthshire Hills. Sept. 1.17, 1804. HrARRANTED UNDRAWN. The- GRAND STATE-LOTTERY HAVING COMMENCED DRAWING, THE Public are respectfully informed, they may be supplied with TICKETS and SHARES, Warranted undrawn) by applying to any Licensed Lottery- Office iii Towii, or Country. ■■ The Days of Drawing arc as follows: Alonday September 24 Saturday October 13 Saturday •• ditto 29 Wednesday ditto 17 "Wednesday October ) Tuesday ditto 2:3 Saturday- > ditto 6 Fridayditto 26 Wednesday ditto 10 Saturday ditto' 27 SCHEME. 3 of £ .20,000 are d-60, 3 — 10,000 » -30,000 3 — 5,000 — 15,000 6 1,000 — 6,000 8 — 500 4,000 "SO — 100 — 2,000 4(i — 2,000 6,5.50 — 20 — 131,000 ,25,000 Ticket. £ ■■ 250,000 Part of the Capitals to be determined as under: First-drawn Ticket, First Day ^.ijOOO First-drawn Ticket, Seventh Day 10,0(X) First-drawn Ticket, Eighth Day 20,000 First-drawn Ticket, Ninth Day.. 5,000 This Lottery divides more Prize Money aud less Tickets, than any former one. The Price of Tickets and Shares will advance after each day of Drawing. 1 ■■■ TIMBER and COnDTrûOD TO BE SOLD, At Iscoed, near Kidwelly, on Friday next, Oct. 5th, X Quantity of ASH, OAK,$SYCA^fO-RE. Enquire of Mar-shall, Gardener, Iscoed. SWANSEA. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, nnWO substatitial oi- X DWELLING-HOUSES and GARDENS: sitliate in Goat-street, in the town ol Svvams-ca, now in-:the several occupations of John Jones and Phillip Powell, at the low annual rent of 12s. The Gardens attached to each of these Houses communi- cate with, the White-Walls, where one or two other Dwell- ing-houses may be very advantageously erected. A Plan of the Premises may be seen the Office ol Messrs. Da vies and Berrington, Solicitors, Swansea, who are authorised to treat for the same. TO BE LET, AND MAY BE ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, FOR A TERM OF 14 OR 21 YEARS, KYTHELYD-UCHAF-FARM, in the parish of LAN(., Iff,.L,AQtf, 208 Statute Acres, with extensive Riglitof Common, Goal OIl the Farm, and Limestone cle- livered at 4s. per Ton. Apply to Mr. Rhys Davie.?, at Swansea. Haverfordwest, Sept. 21, 1804. To be immediately1 DISPOSED OF, THE DRUGS and UTENSILS.of an APO- THECARY who has left: oil'Business. For particulars apply by letter, post-paid, to Messrs..Tack- son, Mauley, and Eldrige, Chemists and Druggists, Pater- noster-row, London; Messrs. Whitchurch andRiêhàTdsol), Chemists and Druggists, lftO R.edcliff-street, Bristol; or Mr. Harries, Surgeon, Haverfordwest. IRON TBADE. nniJE. WELCH QUARTER-DAY will be X held at Newport, on this 18th of October, being the Thursday, as usual, after the Stourbridge Meeting. COW-POCK. THOMAS WILLIAMS, (Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London) APOTHECARY, MAN-MIDVvTi'E, CHEMIST, and DRUGGIST, WIND-STREET, SWANSEA, T ¥ AS lately received a large supply of genuine XX COW-POCK MATTER f«,m a Member of the ROYAL JENNERIAN SOCIETY, and has since inocu- lated nearly forty Children in tins town and neighbourhood, all of which took the infection immediately: and being anxious to contribute to the extirpation of that dreadful ma- Jady, the Small-Pox, which has swept away so many hun- dreds of our finest children, he. will inoculate the children of gentlemen and tradesmen at Five SiIillillgs each, and poor people's children gratis. WANT I'D, a steady Person as HOUSE- KEEPER and COOK; a Cook-Maid wilL be IIn-, dcr her. £ >HE must undersrand the Welsh language. For particulars enquire of Mrs. Parrot, Old-Bush, Swansea. BAILIFF. ANTED, for the Superintendance and V T Management of a large FARM, in the lower part of Cardiganshire, a sober, steady Person, who is perfectly acquainted with the Dusincss and if conversant with the improved mode of Agriculture, it would be the more agrce- able. It is-necessary that he should be able to speak both Welsh and English', write a legible hand, and keep the ac- counts f the I arm, &c. A Person qualified as above is requested to apply per- sonally, or by letter, post paid, to Mr. Daniel, Printer, Car- m: rthen. WANTED, a nuddlte-aged PERSON who is capable of undertaking the MANUFACTORY of TIN-PLATES- Such a person, if sober, honest, and industrious, wiil meet wijii every encouragement, by apply- ing at Areley Iroji-Yvorks, near Bewdley, Worcestershire. WANTED, in" a" romantic situation, and well wooded, in South-Wales, and within a conve- nient distance of a market-town, a HOUSE consisting o! five bed-rooms, besides garrets, and not less than three sit- ting-rooms, with kitchen, outhouses, &c.; and a portion of Ground adjoining of not less than Three Acres. A neat Farm-House, answering to the above description, would not be objected to. Good Water is an indispensable requisite. Any person having Premises of the above description to let, may direct to Mr. Davis, at Mr. Chard's, illiciiael-street, Lyme, Dor-set. To the INSPECTORS of HUNDREDS, in the COUNTr of GLAMORGAN. GENTLF.MEN, this day received a letter from the GENE- RAL (f )the DISTRICT, of which the following is a copy. I beg to observe, that it is desirable that the Waggons should be mustered with their respective Corps on the riejit day of inspection. 1 have the houonr to úe, GENTLEMEN, lour obedient humble servant. THOMAS WYNDIIAM. Dunraven-Castle, Sept. 27,1804. sir, BatT" Sept, 25,1804. The expences of fitting up the Waggons will be paid by me,, whenever the bills are-sanctioned by the Lieurenantcy, and proper stamped -receipts provided. Each Waggon to carry from 18 to 25 men; the expence of each Waggon under thirty shillings. I have the honour to be, SIR, Your obedient humble servant, BAN. TARLETON, Lieut.-Gen. Thos. Wyndham, Esq. S-c. rf-c.
jtuttj as. The lady of Calvert Richard Jones, Esq. of Veranda, near Swansea, of a son. Friday last, at Beaumaris, the lady of Capt. Byron, com- manding the sea fencibles in the Isle of Anglesey, of a son. At Harewood, Herefordshire, the lady otSir Iluligerfcrd Hoskyns, Bart. of a son and heir. MARRIED. At Wrexham, Mr. Thomas, attorney at law, of Chester, to Miss Peters, of Minera, Denbighshire. At Holywell, Ralph Richardson, Esq. of Kinsale, in the county of Flint, to Miss Billirighurst, eldest daughter of the late Rev. William Billinghurst, of Fir Grove, Surrv. At Cheltenham, Mr. Best, the gentleman who fought the fatal duel with Lord Camelford, to Lady Eiuily Stratford, daughter to Lady Alldboi-ough. DIED. At Margam, Glamorganshire, Mrs. Williams, relict of the late Rev. John Williams, of that place. At Neath, Mrs. Steele, wife of Mr. Steele, mason, of Tho- mas-street, Bristol. At Ruthin, in an advanced age, and much respected, Mrs. Lloyd, wife of Robert Lloyd, Esq. of Maesanod. At Llanvawr, near Holyhead, Mrs. Susannah Vickers. Mr. Owen Jones, of Brynybachan, Carnarvonshire, many years traveller l'or the house of Messrs. W. T. and R. Cooper, of VV oodchester.. Monday last, suddenly, at the Rectory House, Har- vington, Worcestershire, the Rev. Dr. James, a Prebendary of Worcester cathedral, and formerly Head Master of Rug- by School. At Dripshill, near Worcester, Sir Charles Trubshaw Wi- thers, Knt. one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the counties of Worcester and Glocester. Saturday last, at her mother's house in Worcester, after a few hours illness, Mrs. Hill, wife of Thomas Hill, Esq. of Broom House, Staffordshire. The Rev- Josiah Rees, of Geliigron, about six: miles from Neath, whose death was merely mentioned in our last Paper, deserved some further tribute of respect.—He died Sept. 20th, in the sixtieth year of his age. He was educated at the Dissenting Academy at Carmarthen, and on his leaving that seminary, was chosen Pastor of a con- gregation ot Protestant Dissenters at Gelly-Onen, near the place of his residence, where he continued until his death, including a period of about forty years, discharg- ing the duties of his sacred function in such a man- I ner as to gam the highest respect and esteem, and to render his death a public loss. A vast concourse of peo- ple testified their regard by attending his funeral. His temper was unruffled and serene, /and through every vi- cissitude of lire his countenance wore the smile of blest content." His manners were so pleasing, and his conver- sation so remarkably chearful and entertaining, that his company was always peculiarly acceptable to his friends and he could agreeably blend entertainment with instruc- tion. He was well versed in the classic writers, had an accurate knowledge of the Welsh language and antiquities, and-translated some useful publications into that language. He was an excellent husband, an indulgent parent, and a sincere friend. His whole life and conversation were go- verned by the dictates of unaffected piety and benevo- lence, which affords his numerous relations and friends the most animating assurance, that he has exchanged the sor- rows alld,infirmities of mortal life, for a happy and glorious immortality.
SHIP NEWS. SWANSEA.—The Endeavour armed brig, Capt. Blarney, which has been detained some time at the Mumbles by contrary winds, sailed from thence on Monday morning, with a number of vessels bound round land under ner convoy. Arrived, the Phoenix, Diamond, from Bristol; Unity, Jones, from Glocester; and Experiment, Phillips, from Plymouth, with sundries; Polly, Cook, from Falmouth, with copper ore Elizabeth, Davies, from Chester, with bricks; Agenoria, Lobbett; True Briton, Griffiths; In- dustry, Macarty Neptune, Humphries; Grace and Peggy, Morgan; Hope, Kirwan and Race-horse, Phil- lips, Irom Dublin; Renown, Tedball, from Cork Two Sisters, Dawson, from Kinsale; Union, Griffiths, from Ross; Flora, Williams, from N ewrv; Hester, Kinnot, from Milford Nancy, Thomas, from Carnarvon Betsy, Morgans; and Amity, Fryar, from Glocester; Fanny, Owens; and Louisa, King, from Falmouth Betsy, Bufford, from Dartiiiouth: Union, Evans, from Plymouth Friends Delight, Darracott, from Bideford Unanimity, Bushiu and Nancy, Cobiey, from Minehead Fame, Jones, from Ilfracombe; Prosper, Wells, from Watchet; Sprightly, Nicholls and Hope, Dalling, from Barnstaple, in ballast. Cleared out, the New Expedition, Hawkins; and Car- diff Castle, Jenkins, for Bristol and Squirrel, Davies, for Cardigan, with sundries; Ann and Teresa, Collins, Newnham, with unmanufactured copper; Maria, Griffiths, for Dublin Ponsovib v, Walsh; John and Mary, J'efford and Summer, Thomas, for Cork Providence, Jenkins; and Rover, Squire, for Youghall Penguin, Donovan, for Kinsale; John and Ann; Lewis, for Wexford; Pilgrim, Griffiths; Benjamin, Evans; Susan, Pitts; Expedition, I Morgan; Fanny Ann, Wade Commerce, Williams; Bee, Owens Sally, Thomas and Endeavour, Jones, for Water- I lord Louisa, Owens,, for Cardigan; Plain Dealing, Jones, for Caman-on; Fame, Angel, for Amlwch; Rose in June, Jones; and Concord, Hughes, for, Pwlhely Hammond, Hancorne; Union, Rees; aud Betsy, Tregerthin, for Truro Auspicious, Lovering; Trinity, Edgar; Lovely Emily, Sydeli; Goodson, Biacktnore Susannah, John Three Ere the rs, YVestcott;. Brothers, Hervey Resolu- lifiTi, John; Friendship; Union, Roberti; Rtt John arid Elor, iiarwick, for St. Ives Supply, Sh-xm; ;r irnstaple; John; Lowther; Squirrel, 'i bssil; Keh<V t.nv.i; aitd Saiiy and William, Saunders, for Bide lord f i a, Kjng, tor Falmouth; Aurora, Davweli; Dions'' \Vaikr; Hope, reo; and Ee(iford, Plymouth ilon, Davison; aiid Rebecca, Irwin, for Ilfracombe; I ki n t, Webb, for Pe.nfyii; Onion, Tucker; and Eliza- ti and Grace., Giliard, for Dartmouth; and Eheiieser^ Harvey, for Padstow, all with coa! or c,¡J¡¡¡. Loughor.—Arrived, .the Friends, Richards; frort Mil- iord; Speedwell, Owen, from Aberdovey; Bellona* Ihomas, irom Carnarvon Bee, Owen, irom Newport; and Honor and Mary; Murray, Item Dungarvan, all in ballast. Sailed, the London, Pfobert, for Union, Ro- bert, tor St. Ives; Bee, Owen; Commerce, Williams i and Failny Ann, Wade, for. Wexford; tire Hebe, Harris; Trial, Bodaam and Castle,' Clemeius, from Bristol and Eiiza, Daviesi from Ilfracombe; with sundries; Handy; Williams, jrom Waterford; with cattle; Hannah, Jones; Jane, Evaus; and Susan, Hudson, from Dublin; Friendship, Gasr, from Cork; New Thompson, Higgins, from Duiigarvau; In- dustrious, Kenmure, from. Ross Mary, Trite,'irom Jyihe; Young William, Quinton, from Minehead"; Speedwell, Davies, from Bristpl; Friends, Toiie., and Catherine, Jones, from Plymouth, all in ballast. Sailed,' tliePadstow, Stevens, for London and BeiTght, Doggaiij for.Jbxeter, with iron; St. Pierre, Davies Frieud* Richards; and Hebe, Harris, tor Brisk)!, with sundries; Sturdy Beggar, Waggeu, for Cork; Rose, Br ay ley for Waterford; and Nancy, R.oache, for Youghall, with coals. Llanelly—Arrived, .the Squirrel, Davies, from Swansea Catherine, Smith; and John and Davies, from Millord; Elinor and Catherine, Owens: Swallow, Lewis; and Bee, Jones, from Cardigan; Hope, Roche; from Dungarvan; Thdmas' and WiUmm, .Brown; f¡y, Mas- ters; and Satly Ann, Winsor. from Ply mouth,-in- ballast. Cleared out, the-Nancy, Griffiths Ti\ y, Richards Mar- garet, Davies Cwnrsymlog, Griffiths Resolution, Davies and Triton, Llewejhn, for Cardigan; Aberystwiih, VlTat- kins, tor Aberystwith Jupiter, Beynon • Venus, Williams Mary, Llewellin Elizabeth and Mary, Jaiee.2 and Dove, Llewellin, for Waterford Venus, Harper; and Ann and Mary, Rees, tor Wexford St. Martin-, Whilan, lor Dun- gar van Oak well, Jones and Jupiter, Hodge, for Barn- staple Ceres, Baker, for Plymouth; Surprise, Green; Speedy, Chiison; and Two Brothers, Pater, tor Dart- mouth, all with coaL Bristol.—Arrived, the Cornelia and Hermanus, AaLster, from Bilboa; Laurel, Withers, from Demerara Sophia, Gilmore; and Britannia, Irwin, from Dublin: Venus, .Hay, froip W aterford; Prince Williain Heury,'Knightj Lord ISlelson, Horn; and Charlotte, Sim's, from Cork; Industry, James, from St. Lucia; Cerberus, -— from Rotterdam William, from Petersburgh Java, —I—, from Baltimore; Express, Russell, from Belfast; Joseph and Betsy, Brooks, from Gal way- Trial, Morris, from I and Industry, Jones, from Carnarvon. Entered out, the Happy Couple, Phillips and Cardiff Castle, Jenkins, for Swansea; Happy Return, Brobmham; Neath Trader, Symons; and Trial Morris, for Neath Flora, Thomas, for Newport; and Mary, Htirlow; for Milford. Liverpool.— Arrived, the Ann," Watkins, from Aberyst- with, wIth gram. Poole.—?Sailed, the Pheasant, Florence, for Tenby- Falmouth. Arrived, the Penzance, J enDm2s," front Swansea. 'Sailed, the Fannv, Owens, for Swansea; and. Princess Royal, Owens, for Cardigan.- truro.—Entered inwards, the Earl ofcSTxbridge, Robarts; Friends Endeavour, Dennis John, TrVuddra and Sirius, Dobson, all from Swansea, with coals. Fowey.—Arrived, the Ann and William, Davie's and Speculation, GrenfelS, from Llanelly. Charleston.—Arrived, the Brothers, Ball, from Swansea* Sailed, the Betsy, Slade; Hendra, Meihnish Seven Brothers, Lelean Ilope, Allen; and Mary, Masters, all for Swansea. Penzancc.-Sailed, the Fairy, Oats; and Thomas, Hosk- ing, for Swansea. Padstow.-Airived, the' Jane, Gloak Betsy and Mary, Brewer; Frances, Steer; Industry, French; and Maria* Richards, from Swansea. Sailed, the Union, Burt; William, Barrett; Endeavour, Knight; and Diligence, Thomas, all for Swansea. Portsmouth.—Arrived, the Neptune* Beale, ll'oin Ten- by; and Neptune, Fisher, from Chepstcw. ■Plymouth.—Came .in from 'Burry, in Wales, the Friends Endeavour, Sullivan, with a cargo.. Torbay.—Arrived, the Peggy, Chant; and .Susanna, Snell, both from Wales. Sailed, the Francis, Jarmcnd Rose, White Aurora, Blake Dove, Swaffin and Venus, Tozer, all for WaJes. The Hector, Marshal!, from Antigua to Liverpool, is lost in Cardigan Bay • crew saved. lr HIGH WATER ON SWANSEA-BAR -1 Fur the ensuing TVeek. Days. j Morning. Evening. Height, -1 II. m. II. m. r. r. Saturday 2 47 3 25 W 5 Sunday 3 57 4 5 11 10 Monday 4 47' 5 10 13 9 Tuesday 5 6 5 47 14 11 Wednesday 6 4 6 1. 15 4 Thursday 6 37 J 6' 54 15 6 Friday 7" 0 .7 10 15 3 HIGH WATER AT THE PASSAGES For the ensuing Week. Days. I Morning. I onmg H. M. II. M. Saturday 3 9 3 47 Sunday 4 19 4 47 Monday 5 9 5 St Tuesday 5 48 6 0 Wednesday 6 2G 6 43 .Thursday 6 59 ¡ 7 16 Friday 7 22 7 32 To the EDITOR of The CAMBRiAN. si it, I cannot but feel a singular pleasure and satisfaction id seeing the attention of the Royal Humane Society turned to a question which involves the happiness qf tiwusilnds of our fellow-creatures. A Life Director of that distinguished Charity has invited those of enlarged and philosophic minds to compose a Pr,' Essay 011 the means of preserving mariners from, shipwreck, a subject so intimately connected with their exalted views, whose grand object at aii times must naturally excite the emulation of ingenious, inquisitive men. The Managers, whose efforts. have been constantly de- voted to the preservation ot' human life, are'entitled to pe- culiar regard .or adopting a subject so interesting-to the feelings of the humane and benevolent; and I doubt not but their exertions will call forth the abilities c who are well qualified to throw light upon so important a question. I cannot but.anticipate the happy consequences arising from a zeal and ardour so friendly to the best and dearest affections of humanity. I rejoice there exists a Society which comprehends in its extensive circle every rank and situation in life and I hope to see the day when it will be fixed upon a solid aud substantial basis, and be enabled to diffuse its benefits to a large portion of the human race. Questions determinable in 1806. 1. What are the best means of preventing shipwreck ? 2. What will be the most probable means of keeping vessels adoatli" they spring a leak, or are otherwise ill extreme danger ? S. The most certain methods of assistance from shore to vessels in distress within a certain distance, of land, and when boats dare not venture out to their aid ? Treffcnnon, 180*1, Sept. 24. Cysi&o. To the EDITOR of The CAMBRIAN. sin, The exaggerated accounts frequently given in the public papers ot the valuable properties oi foreign grain, and other vegetable productions introduced into this country for the purpose of agriculture, tend greatly to impede the general culture 0,1 such as would provrf extremely profit- able for disappointment must necessarily follow expecta- tion too highly raised, and then it is not allowed even the degree oi merit it might be entitled to. Such is the ac- count given in the Cambrian of the loth inst. of Egyptian wheat. The description is tolerably accurate but as to the quality of the straw, it will be" found very different indeed from what it is there represented to be. "The outer coat is thicker and coarser than common straw, and con- tains a tough, spungy substance; very like the pith of cider. From this description the reader may easily judge whether it can be so peculiarly nutritious as to render unnecessary the use of hay and corn for hl)res. A prac- tical agriculturist of the first eminence who has grown it for some years in Essex, says, that it is very productive, yielding a much greater return than other wheat, particu- larly oil poor, light, and dry land therefore, he considers it as well worthy me attention (J farmers, whose .soil is of the above description. 1 [The insertion of the concluding part of our Correspond- ent's letter, mentioning wheat may be ob- tamed on much lower terms than it'the rate or ten guineas for fourteen pounds, would subject us to the ativeyise.went