GI- AMOS G AN SHIRE. NOTICE is hereby given),- that a GENERAL -MEETING 'el' LIEUTENANCY of the County of GLAMORGAN, will be holden at P.ylo-iuri, 011 Thursday, the 25th mat. for the purpose ofearrymginto execution the Act of Parliament winch passed on the ^yth day of June last, intituled An 'Act for establIshing and maintaining a permanent additionat Force for the Defence of the 'Realm, and to provide for augmenting his Majesty's Regular "forced and for the gradual reduction of the-Militia of Englaud and also to fix the Hire of Waggons and Carts employed under the Defence Act. Bv Order of the Vice-Lieutenant, Cardiff," HEN 11Y IIOLLIER, October 18,1804. Clerk of the General Meetings. GLAMORGANSHIRE. AT a GENERAL MEETING of the COM- MISSIONERS of (lie TURNPIKE, held at the Guildhall, in the town of Swansea, in the said county, on Thursday, the 4th day of October, 1804, pursuant to ad- journment, -AS TV INDIIAM, Esq. M. P. in the Chair; Messrs. John Williams and Evan Hopkins, Surveyors, having reported to the Meeting, that they have not com- pleated die Plans and Estimates of the intended Improve- ment of the Roads, Ordered, that previous to the next General Meeting, Messrs. Wiiiiams and Hopkins proceed to compleat the se- veral pians and estimates, and deliver the respective plans and. estimates of the scverat roads within-each district, as soon as possible, to the respective Clerks of each district, who are requested to lay the same before the Commissioners of their respective districts, in order that they may make their report to the next General Meeting, to be held at Pyle,-on Monday,the 4th day of December next. Ordered, thai tha. above Itesolittioii be in the Cambrian., The Chairman having quitted the chair, Ordered;that the Thanks of this Meeting be given the „ Chairman for his conduct in the Chair. :j ■■ ( fi wyndham. IJ'V "•••; KIDWELLY DISTRtcT TU.RN.PiK'E J'BUST. is hereby given, that the Tau STEES 1*-7.. ,of.the-TuRNI'IKE-Ro.ANhunder an Act passed for Continuing the term, and aitcring and enlarging the of two Acts, passed in the iifth and nineteenth "years of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing, widening, and keeping 'in' repair, the several roads-in tlie "county of Carmarthen, so far as relate tp the Kidwelly District of lloads; and for amending,, widening, improv-' ■ "mg, atld keeping in repair,^the road leading from the "north-side of a .bridge called- Pont-y-Gribinllwyd-ar- "Gwilly, to bridge called Pont~ar-ddvJais, and from it thence'to the river Louojier, in the parish of Llanedy, in the county of Carmarthen," will meet at the house of John Thomas, in Llandeveiiog, on Wednesday, the 7th day of November next, at eleven 0 clock If, the forenoon, in or- der to consult about erecting a TolhGate on the side of the Tarapike-road, at or near a place called Leonard Thomas's Smith's forge, in the parish of Llangunnor, across a certain road there leading to Carmarthen. Dated this 15th day of October, 1804.. JOHN STACEY, Clerk. KIDIVELLY, CARMARTHENSHIRE. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON AT LAUY-DAY NEXT, ALL that'-commodious and. substantial DWELLING-HOUSE, situate in the town of KID- WKLLV, and now in the occupation of Benjamin Haselwood, .Esq.. consisting of a. breakfast-parlour, dming-parlour, kit-' etieu, pantry, cliina closet, and-ceilar, on the ground-floor .a. drawing-room and two spacious .bed-rooms on the second- Moor; with three extremely goodcçiied attics, coal-house, and brewing-kitchen, with a pump well supplied with water ttt the yard. A walled Gardclí planted with fruit trees. '■ A quantity of good rich Meadow may be had therewith if required. For particulars apply to Mr. John Thomas, merchant, Kidwelly. N. B. A person inclinable to engage in Business may hear of a situation. J—IL, FOR BRISTOL, The Sloop CARDIFF CASTLE, JOHN JENKINS, Master, jS^SasBS £ l Constant Trader, and a remarkably fast- sailer* lying at Swansea Quay, ready to, take in Goods, and Passengers. WinsaitonTMeadttyncxt, the 23d of October, wind and weather permitting. I 'The Cabin is neatly fitted up for the accommodation of liftdies and Gentlemen. .Tor', freight or passage apply to the .'Master, on board; or the-Plume ot Feathers,. Wind-streets .1 TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By JOSEPH WILLIAMS, On. Thursday next, the 24th inst, at the New-inn, Llanelly, at one o'clock precisely, .fK THE HULL Of the BRIG HOPE, British bottom, as she now lies stranded on '■ J/S&Ss&iS&a^ Llanelly Flats; registered 68 tons, 50 feet keel, scantlings 9 inches square, and lately put into repair. f The purchaser will be indemnified from any demand on the said Brig. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TIMBER, TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the Cardiff-Anns inn, in Cardiff, on Saturday, the 27th day of October inst. between the hours of four and six in, the afternoon, the following lots, subject.to such Con- ditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced, unless in the meatt time disposed of by Private Contract, and of which nofice will be given:. Tn the parish rf ITcretw, in the said county. Lot 1. TVJINE HUNDRED 4* FIFTY OAK XN TREES, and 5.50 ASH. Lot S. 46 ELM TREES, 06 ASH, and 27 SYCAMORE. In the parish of Merthyr-Dovan, in the said county: Lot 4. 1346 OAK TREES, and 115 ASH. Tv the parish of St. Andrews, in the said county.: Lot S. IOO ELM TREES, '34 ASH, and 7 SYCAMORE. In the parish of St. Lythans, Lot 11. 194 OAK TREES, and 33 ASH. Lot 12. 16 ELM TREES, and ASH. The above Trees are all marked. N. B. Lots 2, 5, 6, 7,9, and 10, before advertised, are dis- posed of by Priva.teContra.ct. For particulars enquire of Mr. Richard Davies, Wenyoe, who will direct a person to shew' the Trees; or to Messrs. Wood, Attornies, Cardiff. BRECONSinRE. Capital Timber and Coppice Wood. tO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, EITHER SINGLY OR TOO- ONE HUNDRED OAK 'TREES of prime: quality, great length and, huge dimensions; fit for Naval or other purposes, marked and numbered with. a Scribe, growing 011 GLYN^EC! LANI>S, in the jmrish of :Y»TR*Q-GIINLAM, in the said county, within about three saLlesofthe Swansea Cam], twelve of Neath, fifteen of Aber- ctuc, and eighteen of Mertbyr-Tid vil. Atso about 50 Acres of COPPICE WOOD, of twenty- Iwd years growth, lying upon the same Premises, and two other adjacent Farms. For a view of the Timber, Sec. and further particulars, apply to Walter Price, Esq. of Glynllech aforesaid. HORSE POUND. FOUND, about two months ago, in the neigh- bourhood of Swansea, A BROWN PONEY. The owner may have hiin oh describing his marks, and paying for his keep, by application'to Mr, Thomas Hopkins, of Moniston, otherwise he will-be sold at the expiration often days from the date hereof, to pay expences. Swansea, October 18,1804. GRAND LOTTERY NOW DRAWING. 7th Day, Oct. 17, 1st drawn, must be £10,000 8th Day, Oct. 23, 1st drawn, m'llst be 20,000 9th Day, Oct. 26, 1st drawn, must be 5,000 THE above, together with a particular Rich Wheel of FLOATING CAPITAL PRIZES, are now to be distributed to the Public, therefore LOSE NO TIME, but speedily purchase, or the only opportunity of gaining an independent fortune that offers this year will be lost. DAYS OF DRAWING Saturday "October 13 6th Day of Drawing. Wednesday, October 17 7th Day. Tuesday October S3 8th Day. Friday • • •• Octobcr 26 9th Day. Saturday •• October 27 .10th Day. Tickets ajjd Shares on Sale, warranted undrawn, at all the ^itfens^d OSi9.es> I To the INSPECTORS </ fiuxmEJbs it, the County of GLAMORGAN. '<SE>XI.EMEN, TJA VlNG received a e7it the, Genera: rtyumhg Ttetiifus *of' TVaggons, Car-ts, Post-Carriages,.Saddle arid Draught ffonstfy,.]1 request ,yoo to scnd in the Returns of ifour respective Hundreds toniCj at I'yk, on the 25 th Ilf tltis insLajrit, or.,Os soon after us> p'ossible, I have the honovr to'ijCj fi l-X'TI.I-.MlW, Your most obedient hamhle- servant, THOMASWYNDHAM Dunraven-Castle, Oct. 1&, 1804; LAW. WANTED, a steady, middle-aged MAN, v v who understands CONVEYANCING. For particulars apply to Messrs. Wood, Attornies, Cardiff. COOK WANTED, in n suihJI family' in the neighbourhood of SWANSEA. She must perfectly understand her business, and-bring an uuexccptionable cha- racter ior hotiesty, sobriety, and good temper from her krsiv place. Enquire of the Printer. AN Opening for a good SCHOOLMASTER' in POXTYPOOL, Monmouthshire.——Apply to T). Williams, Esq. PcniasgHt-ne or Mr. Probyn, in Pontypool. CHILVRENEJ.)£PLOYED at tlte BRIDGEND WOOLLEN-MANUFACTORY OVERSEERS of the POOR may have an opportunity of placilig out iv p •nployment a; consi- '7 derable number of CHILDREN, ii 10 to 14 years of age, on terms advantageous to th.'ir -hes and beneficial to tlie Children, by applying to .he A, -<gcr there. PERSONS disposed to treat- for the. FARMS of SIR WATKIJTF LEWES, :in the counties of Gla- ntorgnn, Carttmrthcn, and Pepibrokc, or for BUILDING LEASES, are req uested to acklres^ Tendefs of t heir Propd- s;ds in >vriting, to.Edward Williams, JJ(S,q. B»ish.-inn, Swansea, or at Ins Chambers, in Soutim-mpton-buildings, ChancGrv- lane, London. SWANSEA. TO BE I-ET, AND EN'TERED UPON AT CHRISTMAS NEXT, A Commodious HOUS;Ej situate in IifGH- STUEET, fit for the reception of a genteel family. Apply to air. Perrott, High-street. SWANSEA RIVER. TO BE LET, FOR A 'rEttM-OE YEARS, A Large PIECE of GROUND on the River side, near the Brewery.-—Particulars may be bad at the Office of J. Jeffreys, Swansea. U CAUTION. J WILLIAM DAVIES, Mariner, of the town ? of SWANSEA, do here caution all persons not to Trust RACHABL DAVIES, my Wife, we having parted by consent, as I will not be answerable for any debt or debts she may contract from this time.—Wihiess my hand, Swansea, Oct. 19,1804. WM. DAVIES. BRISTOL, July 24, 1804. JOHN WEEKS, Late of the BUSH-INN and TAVERN, FACING THE EXCHANGE, WITH very grateful feeling for the many favours lie received from the Public during a resi- dence there ot years, begs leave to solicit their support for JAMES ANDERSON, .(Who kept the. Lamb-Inn., I'lrontl^Mend, *eleven years,) Who now begs leave to inform his old- Friends and the Pub- lic in general, that has taken-the BUSH-INN, TAVERN and COFFEE-HOUSE, facing thf EXCHANGE, in the centre Ot the Cityr where he hopes, by constant attention and reasonable charges, to render everv thino-. agreeable and. convenient to them who may Mndty'givc a'preference to his house. GoodStabting for any number of Horses, which, to pre- vent noise and bad smells, is reilroyed to a convenient dis- tance from the house. Coaches, Chaises, ami Sociables let to any part Of England. MaU-Coaches and other public Carriages to all parts of' tlie k+ri^lora, J. ANDERSON. Hopes ti.ujii' T^wllers who did him the honour of using his old house will not tor- get the new undertaking. (One Cqncern.) -y ,'i—I, "v
THE I SWANSEA, Fit in AY, October 19. TO ~y,' HARDY's new-invented BLACKING POWDER, Patronised and used for thifKmg and Royal Family, Which softens the. leather, repels water, and produces the finest jet lustre to cartouch boboots, shoes; ladies clogs, &c. in boxes at Is. 6d. and-Is. also, a misture at 3s. which, by once using, will take out ink, er any stain from boot-tops, and the Original colour may be preserved by his Cream at ls.6d; or Liquid for those of a darker colour, at Is. per bottle. The genuine are signed Robert Hardy, 3, Bafnard's-Inn, London. Sold by him; by T. Jenkins, the Printer of this Paper; and one or more persoils in every principal town in the United Kingdom. N.B. One trial will be sufficient to convince the public that the iibovearticics are superior and cheaper than any' thathasbeeuoirered. 1.
Arrived here, Sir Watkin Lewes, Dr. Garthshorc, Mr. Richards, Mr. Whittart, Mrs. Oliver, Miss James, &c. Mr. William JoirdSj of this town, is appointed Captain and Adjutant of the West Glamorgan 1 9 regunent of volunteers, -commanded by Colonel Llewelyn. Saturday last, the Prince of Wales's fusileers 'le commanded by Major Vau-ghan; and therSwansea. volunteer cavalry, commanded by Captain Hughes, were inspected by-Col. Sladden; and deservedly ob- tained very flattering compliments on their military; appearance and hig'n stat(j of discipline. The Mcrthyr volullteers were inspected by the. Colonel on Monday, and,! pronounced, we are .in- formed, inferior to none in the kingdom. After the inspection, the officers treated the men, with an excellent dinner. Wednesday last, the fifth: battalion of Carmar- thenshire volunteers, oa permanent duty at Car- marthen, were inspected by the Right Hon.; 3 Dyncvor, the justly esteemed- Lord Lieutenant of the county, and received the gratifying tribute of his Lordship's Warmest approbation. Tuesday the iirst regiment of Herefotdshire vo- lunteers, commanded by Col. Matthews, and two of the Troops of yeomanry cavalry commanded by Major Sir G. Cornewall, were inspected by Briga- dier General Bingham, who expressed himself high- ly pleased with their appearance"and discipline. Last Sunday, Col. Williams and the oiticers of the Brecon volunteers tin permanent duty in Here- ford, dined with Col/Matthews, and the oflicers of the nrstHerctbrdshire regiment of volunteers, at the New Inn. The evening was spent with the ut- moat conviviality and good humour; and the offi- cers of the Herefordshire are to return the compli- ment on Sunday next. The Montgomeryshire yeomanry cavalry return- ed home on Thursday, from permanent duty at Wrexham; the troops dined with Sir W. W. Wynn, at Wynnstay, on Wednesday] on their march to. Oswestry. Colonel De Lhoste, late Inspecting Field Officer for Merionethshire and Montgomeryshire, is ap- pointed a Brigadier-General. By the last ships from India, letters have been received from two enterprising young 'officers, whose friends' reside in this town, 'containing several particulars of the Mahratta war, of whicii the public are already in ^possession of the officra-1 details. There are two circumstances, however, well worthy of notice, as they redound much to the honour of the officers alluded: -the one, a lieutenant of grenadiers,1 after assisting in the Stohiaiiig of a very strong fort called Bardbatty, iii the vicinity of Ca.lt.tck, accompanied his regiment up the river Mahanuddy to take possession of a pass about 80 utiles distant, which service was effected after a few days.excessive, lital-eiiinf" notwithstanding the fatigue of .whicii, and the in- tervention of other .military duties, the lieutenant1 surveyed the eountty.^a part, of India but very im- perfectly known;) along the whole line of inarch, and 14 miles beyond, a copy of which was trans- mitted to Marquis WeII.esley, who was so much pleased with his assiduity,, that he appointed him to survey the whole province ofCattack, with a hand- some annual salary.—-The other officer has obtained great credit for his gallant conduct in. a'very criti- cal situation: having only 63 sepoys under his command, lie was attacked by several hundreds of the enemy, both cavalry and infantry, against .whomhe bravely defended himself lor two days, when he was relieved by the arrival of a strong re- inforcement. The ltev. Edward Edwards, Curate of Gyfylling, near Ruthin, is appointed Domestic Chaplain to tfyp Earl of Belmore. The Rev. John Francis Seymour St. John, suc- ceeds to the prebendal stall in Worcester Cathe- dral, in the room of the Rev. Dr. James, deceased. A tradesman of this town, on reading an adver- tisement of a new boring machine, exclaimed, I am sure my will bore much better than any machine that can be invented." A curious discovery was made in this town yes- terday: a sailor belonging to a vessel trading to this port married a young girl a few months since, and settled here: shortly after, his professional duty calling him away,,he was absent about three months, when on his return yesterday, he found,- 't-o :lii>f-great surprise, -that 1liis 'faithless rttrbc&d last week taken to herself another husband. The in- jured and enraged tar, after some reproaches, turn- ed them both into the street, where the iovingpair had to encounter the execrations of a great number of persons which the novelty of the circumstance had drawn, to the spot. Last week, a dispute arose in Bristol, between an English gentleman whose name is Buck, and a. Welshman, concerning the curiosities of Wales: the former asserted, (though he had never been in Wales) that there was nothing cvrious to be seen throughout the Principality: the Welshman main- tained the contrary, enumerating several things which he had seen, and which had been acknow- ledged by others to be worthy of observation. At length the Englishman pettishly asked his antago- nist, whether there were any Goats in Wales? to which the latter answered in the affirmative, add-' ing, "and many curious Bucks too,7; which set the company in a roar of laughter, and by silencing his opponent, put an end to the altercation. Thomas Clements, who was employed in the White Rock copper works, near this town, was un- fortunately killed this week by a cog catching his arm and drawing him under the stamp, which shat- tcred his head to pieces in a moment. The return of the Earl and Countess of Oxford to their native country, after two years tour upon the continent, and several very narrow escapes of being taken by the French, has been celebrated in a manner the most gratifying to their feelings.—As soon as it was known that the family were all safe Rrrived at Eywood, the tenants in different parts of the estates met and 'dined together, and with a laudable desire to make the labouring people par- takers of their joy, sheep were roasted whole, beer given away, and bonfires made in every village. In return for this handsome reception, the tenants were all invited to meet their noble landlord and his family yesterday se'nnight, at Brampton-Bryan. The Earl and Countess, with their four lovely chil- dren, left Eýwooù early in the morning, accompa- nied by the tenants in the neighbourhood of King- ton, Stanton, and Presteign; as they proceeded by the Broad. Heath, 'and along Combe's Valley, they passed.0 JSinsham (the seat^o^tfte^ountess Dowager of Oxford) the air resounded with huzza?. At Lingen all the tenants of Beguiidy, Leintwar- dine, Wigmore, Byton, and Bramptoh-Bryan, met them in a body, and a sight more gratifying can hardly lie imagined, above four hundred" respect- able ten ints on horseback, accompanying their land- lord with every testimony of joy and satisfaction. At Brampton-Bryan the concourse of people was 0 immense, the horses were taken oflj and his Lord- ship's carriage was djra\yn by the people to the old hall, amidst the loudest acclamations of joy. An excellent dinner was provided for five hundred per- sons, and all admirably Well arranged; every room was full, and the Larl and Countess, with all their children, sat down with the company. Nothing could equal .the festivity of this scene—delight was in every countenance-—plenty and true old English hospitality prevailed at every table; the labouring people were not neglected; a waggon load of cider and.beer, bread and meat, was sent to them in the park. The pleasure of the tenants in seeing the children, who were carried -round to them in every room by their parents, after dinner, was expressed by their healths, one by one, with'three times three. The day was spent with songs and toasts, expres- sive of the real happiness which every one felt at the joyful retufn.-Lady" Oxford retired with the children to the rectory, where they remained all night, and no dg,ubt highly gratified with the ho- nest and hearty congratulations she had received from the company, with whom she conversed in the most engaging manner, telling them of all the dif- c ficulties and dangers she had escaped with her little .darlings, and assuring them that she was now come to renlall1 among them. His lordship staid with his tenants, pushing about the old strong beer, ci- der, and perry, till a late hour: he thanked them re- peatedly lor the honour they had done him, and told them that in his late tour he had seen no country that could be compared with his own. As to any men of_ the description he had the happiness of seeing then before him, his lordship'said, he be- lieved they "were not to be found in any place out of. England, certainly in none that he had visited, and if the enemy ever effected a landing, nothing would surprise them more than the warm reception he_ was sure they would meet with from men in brown coats and frocks; His lordship's address wasreceivedwith the loudest applause. The fa- mous old song, 'I'was in the land of cider, at a place called Bramptor^Bryan, was suhg in full chorus- the evening was spent with the utmost cordiality, and all the -houses in Brampton-Bryan and the neighbourhood "were illuminated, which had a beau- tiful effect among the trees. At twelve o'clock the company began to disperse, not a little overcome with the joy and festivity of such a happy day. Lord Sheffield, as president of the board of Agri- culture, is endeavouring, by letters circular through the several pounties, to obtain a correct return of the wheat crops, that the Board, if called upon, may make an accurate report thereof to Parliament the ensuing sessions. At Liverpool quarter sessions, last week, .Win. Gaskell 'was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for exposing himself in an indecent manner in one" of the public streets.—An example or two of this kind at some of our fashionable catering-places is much to be desired, female delicacy being but too frequently shocked by similar offences. Atthelast.sessions for Dorsetshire, Joseph Rud- len, late servant to Alex, C unningham, Esq: was convicted, on an indictment preferred against him by his master,, upon the statute 39 G. III. c, 85. This statute has wisely made it felony for a -Servant to secret from and defraud hU m isterof any goods, money, or other valuable effects, which he =>^11 rc- ceive or take into his custody and possession, on his master's account. The prisoner had been en trusted by his master with the care of a fine stallion, which wag sent from town, to town to cover, at the price of lk (is., and the prisoner had suttered the horse to cover .100 mares of farmers in the neigh- bourhood at a reduced price of 5s. eirh', and liad defrauded his master of the money. Much praise is due to Mr; Qunnmgham, who brought forward the prosecution more lor the sake of public justice and example than for puuisnment; and-we think it may not be amiss to riutice this in our paper as a caution to all servants how they abuse the confi-1 dence placed in them by their masters, and to others who may be concerned with them in such fraudulent transactions for by this statute, not only the servants Committing the act, but all others who shall in any manner aid, abet, or advise, &c. are guilty of felony, and may be transported for fourteen years. A New Speculation:—An Irish paper, of Saturdav last, states, that Neal Kelly, found guilty-at Kil- mainham sessions, of stabbing a man on speculation, whom he conceived had a murderous intention against himself, was sentenced to twelve months imprisonment.-—^The same paper adds, that Law- rence Magrath, convicted of an assault on Richard Albert, of Booterstown, was sentenced to impri- sonment for three months. The aggravating cir- cumstances attending this outrage, "consisted in having stolen the prosecutor's potatoes, extracted the brains from a favourite pig, and cruelly mur- dered 15 of his turkies, thereby not having in con- templation:, the rational pleasures of temperance and wholesome food, bad wickedly and wantonlv demolished the raw materials of many good din"- ners.. 1'he ladies of Chilicothe. (America") celebrated .the 4th of July iu a manner, honourable to their patriotism. Among the toasts drank by them were the following:- The Rights of Woman, Innocence, Modesty, and Pru- dence; may she rest satisfied .with these, without investigat- ing any others. ..Modt'sty, may the Men respect It, that it may be held in estimation by the Women. Matrimony,. venerable for its origin and antiquity, and eminently usefiri in preserving morality and true liberty. TheAffn-ned Ladies^ may the domestic virtues engage J their attention. The Young Ladies, may those of this class, between fif- teenand fifty, be shortly struck off from the list of single girls. ■_ Old Bachelors, may Jove seize and punish them for their sacrifice of time, with as much happmess as they are able to bear, in the lawful possession of what they are pleased to call the angels of the world." A most excellent cement has been prepared late- ly, by the French chemists, from common cheese. The method is this ;—cut tne cheese in pieces, and boil it in water, striking.it with a spoon until it be reduced to a glutinous state. Then throw off the remaining water not evaporated,. and pour cold water upon the substance. Let it then be pressed or kneaded, and renew the change of the water several times. Pound the mass afterwards upon a stone-Or in a mortar, In two days the cement will be fit for use, will be wholly insoluble in water, and may be employed on wood, marble, &c. and the union-of the fractured parts will be so perfect, as to render it very difficult to discover the intersection; Prevention of Smut" in Wheat.—A most respect- able, and judicious farmer asserts, that if wheat be dfessed in the following manner, it will not be infected with Brand or Smut on any land, or in any season i^—begin to save the chamber-lye of the family about'three months before seed-time and about ten days before seed-time, run as much yg h common lye from wood ashes as will be sufficient, with the other; for the whole of your seed; after you have gotten your quantity, let the latter be run through lresh ashes several times, as it can- net be too strong. Then procure two common- sizea wfitetnng Keei«i9 >u»t%-vwoW OI._R, r,lt ~hout half a bushel of seed into a keeler at a time, stir it well, and-skim all the light corn or seeds that rise to the surface, then-empty the remainder, with the hquor, into the skep, which is placed over the other keeler, and while that is draining, steep and Skim ij,th^first keeler, and so on alter- nately. If there is an opportunity, a brick floor is preierable to lay the wheat on when it is pro- perly dramed; in doing which, sprinkfe one pound of salt upon one bushel of wheat, and one bushel of linie irgsh from the kiln upon two combs of wheat. At Landovery fair, on Wednesday last, there was a great, shew -of cittle; but few were sold and those at reduced prices. At WeyhiH fair, last week, that ancient and wonderful annual-mart of English produce, the shew of hops-^was very considerable, and of most excellent quality/though perhaps not so great as was generally expected very line Farnhams, and j choice country growths met with a rapid sale on Thursday, after the market began; and towards the evening tiie prices rather advanced. Farnham hops sold from 71. to 71. 10s.; and others of known goodness fetched 71. Fine Kentish sold from 41. to 5-}-; inferior, as low as 31. 10s.; but the rarahatn "a-iid" like growths stood highest in estimation.—The quantity of leather was small; tanned calves skins, weighing from 50lb. to 60lb. per dozen, sold from 2s. 7fd. to 2s. 9d. per lb.; and hides, from 22d. to 2s. per lb.—The;e was a large quantity- of cheese," which experienced a heavy sate, and many tons were left unsold: new -sold at: from 50s. to 54s.; best red, 60s. to 68s. inferior, lower. Old cheese, 84s. to 90s. and but little sold.The previous shew of sheep, at Appleshaw, was, very large, and the sale brisk, at advanced prices.—Lambs, from 15s. and 20s. to 35s.—Dorsetshire ewes, 'from to 35s. and, some as high as 4Qs; T At Ross fair, on.Thursday, there was but an in- different shew of either cattle, horses, or slieep; and but few buyers attending, the sale of each was extremely dull. Best cheese sold from 66s. to 72s. arid,second fnmx.56s.. to 60s, per cwt. Welsh but- ter 13s. per stoned At Ciie^ter daii-j qi\ Wednesday, there was a very poor shew of horses, which sold remarkably dear; such a large shew ofliorned cattle, particularly lean stock, _was never witnessed, and they were never known So ip; swine were also low; the quan- tity of Irish linen was great, in the price of which there was no variation, except ih coarse goods which were, unusually scarce and dear: ol' Man- chester and$cotch goods there was a superabun- dance and remarkably cheap; hops sold from 41. to 41. 10s. per cwt. ..Copper Sold at Truro, on Thursday the 11th ilist. fyliues. •. Tons. Purchasers. at per Ton.. Wheal Fortune ..1;")2 English Co. £5 13 6 ditto 152 Rose Co. 5 16 ditto 124 Chead. O. Wiliiatns, & P:Örenfdl 4 11 0 ditto Wire Co, 10 11 g "di'ito -8V Englbh Co., 10 12 (5 ditto 73 -Cltead. 0. Williams' nud I' Grenfell 6 4 .0- Wlieal-Virgi'a .1-lS. Brass 'Wire Co.. 7 10 6 ditto 108 ditto. 7 6 6 ditto to? FvceniMi Co, 615 0 .,1 7 Flee iu,.Co, ."ditto ,;81 Chead. O. Williams,. & P. Grenfell 9 9 0 Wheal-Maid ..97 English Co. 7 3 0 WcVtAYh, Virgin' 53 "Mines Royal 315 0 :í
MAR-KIT"T): Mr. Henry Crawley; di-iiller, ol Brisrol, to Mi>» beth S\ hite,- of Ohl!>ury; O'ioces'tershiro. Mr. \Xilliain Hayiuau, of Bristol; to .Miss Anna Led den, daugh:er <d' the ia-te Cape J.enaen; of that Last week, in Cai;ibridKe»hirt», Mr. James Gordon..1 MT- jeant in lus Alajesly's .eri-iee?, to Miss J^ancv Pirclier, Y\ah -iftSnaue ot 3(XK)I. Mi*s I*WHS in rli<? coh<iasi: i tending the evening parade, where t.he line ii<>ire aud-n iaj: y appj.iiance of the serjoant, added u.> the iidioJUioss v.h \\iiiclijie performed the-militai v manieuvres, iiu.de a 1. unpressiosi 611 Iicr heart. She was not io^g in uiscio.-cinc !;rr pass:o-"i-lor linn; lor one evening a friend of Ireicaii -d the serjeant if'otn parade, and acquitted hiin with l-'er in- violable am.ehirient. The gallant son of Mars, who had a ii of, Iiis G("Lijl r, envjed p.easure of spendlilg the remainder of nis days in the arms of beauty, and nt the enjovnient of domestic and conjugal i*heity, lnmietSi^tCly closed with the pi-«,po^i J soon alter the nuptials \\GtG;d djtàte< and mirth and c.'¡¡- viviality closed the joyful scene: DIED. Monday night last, at Swansea, Mrs. Powell; wife of the Rev. Thomas lJoweU,,of Cantreff, ill the count v of Brecon. —Her-remains were interred,' this' morning, in the family vaiut 111 at. Mary's church. 9, Monday-last, alter'ai. short illness, it Carmarthen, in the 57th year ofhj9 age, Lewis Lloyd Boweii, of C.veiitr<wa, hsq. a Captain,111 the .h.rst-.baUaiion of Carmai tiienshire vo- | lunteer luianu v-, and in the Commission-of the Peace for J11- cimniy. lie was attended to the grave, amo/igst manv other In ends, by tlie 1 rst- M H j or, 'an d tlie whole of his coin- pany in tneir uinlorm, the playing a solemn dirge bur, as it was tlie wish of his much afflicted relatives, no far- ther military honours .were .paid. He was a very tender parcut, and deservedly regarded and esteemed for the in- tegritv of.his heart by all either-connected or acquaiuied with hm), and his loss wiiIbetMts: and severely-lamented by his lainily, and much regfetkid by a numerous and very respeetabiecircie Of friends and acquaintance. e 1. At her house-in iN ew Khiii.-Street, Bath, in a very ad- vanced age, Mrs,.SmaUiii^, nearly related to the respectable family of.the Matlnas's, ot Lan^warren, Pcmbrolcesbire. At Clifton, the Hon. CoLC. Napier, Comptroller pf Army Ac.counts.mlretaud. 't; Suddenly, at Cheltenham—-— Green^Wat, Esq. banker; of Warwick.
TO. CORRESPONDENTS. PHILO-CAMBRUS was-not received in time for this week's paper, but- ;-hull-i.ave.a pJace in our next. in reply to QuiLi.'s an>i/ letter we have only to sav, that however sorry we shall ever be to lose the opinion of a single individual, yet' we will never sac.ri|ice.<>ui- own judgment, nor trifle with our readers, to gratiiy any- cue.
SHIP NEWS; SWANSEA. — The Mary, Mad^re and Thomas, Day, lroin hence lor London, have arrived in the river. Arrived, Oct. 12 — 15, the CardiiT Cas- tle, Jenkins, from Bristol, with ■sundries; fame, Evans, fioni Chester, w;Ui bricks; Elizabeth and Ann, Morgan, from Tenby.; Return, Scy<; and London, Probert, from Miiford Favourite, Griffiths, from Dublhi; Lady Kenmare, Smith, from Cork Neptune, Peters and Deborah, Jones, liolp Waterford; iiambJci uniiig- ton, from Belfast; Williarj and Ann, froVn Yotighall; Sampson, Harris,Irom Newport. 1 Jane, Wiliiams, from Plymouth; John and Elizafc .ion and Catherine, -Griffiths, from Bideford.; .mouth, Cu-.iill'e, from lifracombe; Friends,vHuStable,- from Pen- zance; Villers, Dalton Hammond, ilancorne; Mariana, Bond and Union, Rees, from Falmouth, all in ballast.— 16 and 17; New Expedition, Hawkins, from Bristol, with sundries; Dinah and'. Betty, Evans; Yoang Ea £ "'e, i'r. cis; and Industry, Evans, from Dublin Jane, M'Carty, from Kinsale.; Happy Couple, Clark, from St. Ives; Ricltard and Mary, George, from LODe; Oncsipliciu. Tremethick, from Penzance; --Betsy, Treiseruiia; i Betsy, Cundy, from Trnro^in baliasL Cleared viit-, tlie Swan, Eator., for Cc'rk; Elizabeth, Harris; Abc-ori-.t, Bryant; Ardent, Edwarq-si; and Bu- bona, Williams, for. Waterford; Elizabeth, Davies, for -AbervstwithAmlwch, Owens; aud Bubena,. Bryan1, for Amlwch; Friendship, Reynolds Marazion. Sre; Concord,- Tonkin Joker, -Thomas. Henry, OL } s Brisk, Harding; Amelia, Bryant;Mount Galpin, Noel; Fanny, Owens; Diligence, Williams; "DoVe, Davies; Betsy, Buffett- .Integrity, Rosser; Providence. Jones; and-PIenipo, Mollard, for St. Ives; Margaret, Penhor- wood Active, Burzacott and Swallow, C-iiing, for Barn- staple Teggy, Chant; and Two Brothers, Swafiin, for Dartmouth ;"Ceorge, Richards John and Betsy, Lloyd Betsy, Peak; II'ope,• Wade; John and Elizabeth, Chan- oon and Cotton, Hockin, for Bideford"; Diligence, Chalk, for Padstow Unanimity, Bushiu, for Minehead Piosper, Webb, for Watchet; Birmingham, Gill*"for Plynioutl: Concord, Moor:, for Bridgewater and Betsy, FishJev, for Illracombe, all with coal or cnlm. Neath,—-Arrived, the St. David, Hall, from Carmarthen, with cheese, &:c.-Neath Trader" Bvhians; from Bristol, «iih spndtjes> .Any .anrf William, Davies: and Deliglit, Sperre, from St Ives, with co];P« Anna Maria, lleath, from DuLhn; and St. Michaej, Sullivan, Cork, in ballast. Cleared out, the St. David,. Hall, for Carmarthen, with iron moulds for cast-ing rollers; Mines Royal, Sincock, Jun. for London, with cojiper, .qlay, r and iron; Fanev, U'llliains, for Gtocester, with copper; Two Patricks, New- port, for Ross, with barre! 'staves and cWal; Frientssljir, Davies, forAberitir<m; Tartar, Wright;-avfd William ailct Sally, Parrott, for Cork; iiiirerv'a, .-Fosse, for Truro; Mary, Brown; and. Starry, Fosse, for. Ilfracombe :)l:- ciable Friends, Griffitlis, for AVatchet Robert, Edwardr, lor Bridgewater; Dove, Matthews; "and John and Han- iia; hy, for Dartmouth;' United Friends, Geach: and Ann and Susan, Collins, for Fowey, alrwith culm or culm. Cardiff;-—Arrived, the Castle, 'Clements, iron; Bristol with sundries; Sailed, the Alert, Biigh, for London; Drvadcs, Ed- wards, for Newport; Mary, Coleman, lor Glocester: and Beginning, Francis, for Liverpool, all with iron; lIeGe. Harrts and Friends, t'or with sundries; and Swan; Dalling, for Barnstaple, with cdal. Carmarthen.—Arrived, the Industrj:, Roberts, from London, with sundries; and Ann, Beynon, from Cork, in ballast. Cleared out, tHG Elizabeth, Davies, for Bristol, with tin, oats, and.butter. -r • Llanedy.—Arrived, the Maria, Thomas, from Carmar- then; friendship, Miilbias, from Mihord; Bee, Davies; and Elinor, Owens, front Cardigan; Rover, Pillar, iVvi.» Dartmouth; and Friends Endeavour, Dennis, from St. Ives, in ballas"t.. Cleared out, the Rebecca, Lloyd, for. Carmartben William, Lloyd, for Pembroke; Squirrel, Davies; and Providence,: Rees, for Cardigan -Thomas and William. Mawr, lor Plymouth Mary/joues, for St. Ives; Friend. Tucker; and Spray combe, Goss, for Barnstaple. Bristol.—Arrived, the Quaker,' Irvine, from Honduras; Jonge Hendrick, Cold, from Gallipoli; Perseverinv Donovan, from Cork; Active, late Jones, from Africa* Susanna, M'Neice, from Belfast; -Melchbourn, parni! from Dublin; Phoenix, James, from Cardigan William and Catherine, Leonards; and Hope, ——, from Carmar- then and Happy Return, liall, from Pembroke. Entered out, thePhcsnix, Diamond, for Swansea Mfn-v, Jones, for Nemh; Pcrseverauce, Richards, for Haver- fordwest; Susannah, Jones, for Millbrd; and Betsv, Lloyd, for Tenby. Iruro'.—Arrived, the Penaleway, Harris, from Swansea, with coals. I'.idsUuc.—Arrived, the Union, Burt; William, Barret Endeavour, Kmsht; and James, Pasco,' from Swansea; and Feroney, Godlrey, from Neath. A brig from the Mediterranean, loaded with s'ilpiiur, is on sliore on Pembray sands, supposed to be bound to Bristol, t.. The. lnill 0 a vessel \vas driven on shore the 5th instant at Baiiyinurry, county of Wexford no nerson was on board. 'On her stem was marked, Miaerva', ol Cardigan and on a boat which was .washed on share, James"1 Wii- Liams." She is supposed to have been laden with wheat. some being washed on shore. The vessel is full of water, lUGIi WAT Kit ON SW-AN SEA-BAR vor tut ensuing Week." Days. Morning. • Evening, j Height. "Hr M- H. M. F. t. Saturday 6 62 7 0 i i9 3 Sunday 7 15 7 37 19 i Monday 8 0 8 ':2:) 17 it) Tuesday 8 48 9 14 id 0 Wednesday 9 42 10 9 13 10 Thursday:. 10 40 I 11 12 II o Friday 11 50 ] 12 '29 10 0 HIGH WATER AT THE PASSAGES Foi. tlte .Days.. I Morning. Evening. H. M. H. M. Saturday ? 11 7 22 Sunuay. 7 37 7 51* Moil flay 8 £ 2 B 47 Tuesday 9 .10 9 36 Wednesday 10 4 io SI Thursday 11 S I 11 >4 Priday li? Vi 12 51 Priday li? Vi ■ 12 51 t