To parents and Guardians. A Medical Man, in extensive practice among Iron Works, residing in the county of Mouniouth, lias a VACANCY for an APPRENTICE, where there are peculiar advantages. Premium moderate. Apply (if by letter, post-paid) to Manleys and Stone, 36, Paternoster-row, London. WANTED to RENT, with the option of pur- chasing, if approved, a small and compact FARM, in a dry and healthy situation, of from 3:5 to 20 Acres, partly Arable, with a substantial Farm-honse and necessary Outbuildings, near a good ruarket-town, either in Carmarthenshire, Glamorganshire, or Pembrokeshire.Leners.pobt-paiti, to W. B. General News- paper Office, New Bond-street, Bath, will be attended to. WANTED, as FOOTMAN, a steady, active Young Man lie will be required occasionally to look after a Gig and Horse, and to work in a Flower Garden. None need apply who cannot bring an unexceptionable character for capability, honesty, sobriety, and cleanliness.- For further particulars apply to A. B. Post-office. Bridgend. All letters must be post-paid. To Ironmasters, CoaIisaasters5 &.c. WANTED, a SITUATION, by a Young Man who lias had several years practice in the MINE and COAL DEPARTMENT, and who is perfectly acquainted with Mineral Basin of South Wales. Letters addressed to M.'N. at the Office of this Paper (postage ,paid), will be immediately attended to. Most respectable re- ferences can be given. Preservation of GAME. THE Right Honourable the EARL CAWDOR being desirous that 'he GROUSE on the BLACK. MOUNTAIN, its INCLOSURES, and the YS.TRAD-FFIN HILLS, and all other GAME within the Preserved Manors at and in the vicinity of GOLDEN GROVE, should not be un- lawfully destroyed, during the approaching Season,-Notice is hereby given, that the Earl's Keepers have received directions to warn off all Persons, who ate not furnished with written Permission to go on the Hills and into the Preserved Manors, in pursuit of Game, for purpose of breaking dogs, or on any other pretence whatsoever; and a REWARD will be given to any Person or Persons who shall give such information as may coiivict the offender or offenders. 11 July 3:), 1828. MANOR OF BRECON. RULES and REGULATIONS for SHOOTING upon the HILLS belonging to Sir CHARLES MORGAN, Bart., in the county of Brecon, upon which permission will be given to Sport for the year 1828 No person will be allowed to Sport without leave under the hand of Sir Charles Morgan, Bart, to whom all applications for permission must be made. v No person will be allowed to kill more than three brace of Grouse in one day, or to Shoot alter the 20th day ot August. No person will be allowed to Sport on any other days, or for a greater number of days, than those mentioiied in the Cards jjiven for that purpose. Penalty for Sporting without a Certificate. £ 20 0 0 Ditto for Sporting, not being qualified in re- J 0 0 spect of property Ditto for Sporting before the If th of August 5 0 0 A REWARD of TWO GUINEAS (over and above what is allowed by Act of Parliament) will be paid by Messrs. Bold and Vaughan, tc) any person giving such information whereby -any offender who may be found trespassing on the Hills may be convicted. Notice is hereby given, that no person will be permitted to Sport during the ensuing season, on those parts of the said Manor situate in the several parishes of Cantreff, Ystradfellty, Llan- apyddid, and Penderrin. All qualified persons found trespassing by sporting, hunting for Game, for the purpose of breaking Dogs, or under any pre- tence whatsoever on those parts of the Manor, on which sporting is not permitted, or on any other part of the said Manor, without having a Card, will be sued. THOMAS BOLD, Agent to Sir Charles Morgan, Bart. Brecon, July 21, 1828. GROUSES SHOOTING. RULES and REGULATIONS for SHOOTING upon the HILLS belonging to his Grace the DUKE of BEAUFORT, in the county of Brecon, and on that part of the "EARL of ABERGAVENNY'S. in the county of Monmouth, -upon which Sporting is permitted for the year 1828: 1. No person will be allowed to Shoot without leave under the hand of either his Grace the Duke of Beaufort, the Earl of Abergavenny, orT. Hill, Esq. Blaenavon, to whom applications for permission (which will be giventoaiimited number only) must be made. 2. No person will be allowed to kill more than two brace of Grouse in one day, or to Shoot after the 20th of August. 3. No person will be allowed to Sport but in company with one of the Keepers, or on any other days than those mentioned in the Card given tor that purpose. ■H Penalty for Sporting without a Certificate- •o £ 20 0 0 Ditto for Sporting, not being qualified in re-) 5 0 0 spect of property Ditto for Sporting before the 12th of August 5 0 0 A REWARD of THREE GUINEAS (over and above what Aisallowed by Act of Parliament) will be paid to any person giving information, upon conviction of every offender who may be found trespassing on the Hills, by T. Hill, Esq. Blaenavon; or Mr. Davies, Langattock Crickhowell. Notice is hereby given, That in order the more effectually to preserve the Breed of Grouse upon the Royalties and Manors of the Earl of Abergavenny.no person will be permitted to Sport during the ensuing season, on that part of the said Royalties and Manors generally known by the names of the Blorenge and Chapel Hill, situated in the parishes of Lanover, Lanfoist, Mara- hilad, Goytree, and that portion of the parish of Trevethin which is on the north-cast or Lanover side of the River Avon, and which comprises a district-of country extending from Ford Goch and the Blorenge to that part of the Waste or Unenclosed Land nearest to Pontypooi. AH qualified persons found trespassing by sporting, hunting for Game for the purpose of breaking Dogs, or under any pre- tence whatsoever, on that part of the Royalties and Manors on which sporting is not permitted, will be .sued. WILLIAM BROOMFIELD, July 10, 1828. Gamekeeper to the said Earl. ONE OF THE CARDIFF AND LONDON SHIPPING CO.'S I"" 5—, FINE, NEW, AND FAST-SAILING SCHOONERS, THE CAMS H I A, J&aiJ- PETTIGREW, Master, IS NOW LOADING, At COTTON'S WHARF, Tooley-street, London, For Cardiff, Newport, Merlhyr, Abergavenny, Brecon, Monmouth, Bridgend, Pontypooi, and places adjacent, And will positively Sail on SATURDAY, 9th of AUGUST, 1828 For Freight, &c, apply to the Master on Board; Mr. R. Barton, jun. Newport; Mr. Thomas Richards, Abergavenny Messrs. Winstone, Prosser, and Co. Brecon; Mr. Smith, the Wharfinger, London or to Mr. Fairciough, Agent to the Com- pany, at Cardiff. Loudon, July 25, 1828. SWANSEA AND BRISTOL. THE FAST-GOING Steam Wackrt, PAX.MSR.SZOIN", Of 200Tons and 80-Horse Power, JOHN HYDE, Commander, WILL leave SWANSEA for BRISTOL every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY, and BRISTOL for SWAN- SEA every TUESDAY and FRIDA Y.Tl:e following will be the Order of Sailing for the month of August FROM SWANSEA. I FROM BRISTOL. Sunday, Aug. 5, llf morn. Friday, Aug. 1, 10 morn. Wednes. Aug. 6. 12 noon. Tuesday, Aug. 5, 1 after. Sunday, Aug. 10, 7 morn. Friday, Aug. 8, 5 morn. Wednes. Aug. 13, 8| morn. Tuesday, Aug. 12, 7 £ morn. Sunday, Aug. 17, 10 mom. Friday, Aug. 15, 9 morn. Wednes. Aug. 20, 10i morn. Tuesday, Aug. 19, 11^ morn. Sunday, Aug. 24, 6 morn. Friday, Aug. 22, 4 morn. Wednes. Aug. 27, 8 morn. Tuesday, Aug. 26, 7^ morn. Sunday, Aug. 31, 11 morn. Friday, Aug. 29, 9 mom. FARES :-Best Cabin, 15s.; Second Ditto, 7s. 6d.; Children, Half Price. SWANSEA TO ILFRACOMBE. AS, The PALMERSTON leaves Swansea for llfracombe every Saturday morning, returning from llfracombe same day. FROM SWANSEA. I FROM ILFRACOMBE. Saturday, Aug. 2, 7 £ morn, Saturday, Aug. 7 even. Saturday, Aug. 9, 4 morn. Saturday, Aug. 9, after Saturday, Aug. 16, 7 morn. Saturday, Aug. 16, 6 £ even. Saturday, Aug. 23, 4 morn. Saturday, Aug. 23, 2 after. Saturday, Aug. 30, 7 morn. Saturday, Aug. 30, 6 even. FARES Best Cabin, 10s.; Second Ditto, 6s.; Children, Half Price. A Female Attendant for the Ladies' Cabin. Carriages, Horses, and Live Stock shipped with care, For particulars apply to S. PADLEY, Strand, Swansea, or at the GENERAL STEAM PACKET OFFICE, 1, QUAY, BRISTOL, from whence Steam-Packets of large size and power sail every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, for DUBLIN; every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY for CORK; and WEDNESDAYS for W ATERFORD.-AIl Goods, Parcels, &c. addressed to the above Office, for. warded to all parts without delay. .i MANUFACTURERS' HOUSE, I Wind-street, Swansea, 1st August, 1828. Messrs. ANDREWS & CO. f BEG most respectfully to return their grateful acknowledgments to the Inhabitans of Swansea and its Vicinity for the very great encouragement they have received. and to assure them, that nothing shall be wanting on their part to merit the same. In announcing Mr. A.'s return from London, they merely request their Friends to call and examine the quality of their WOOLLENS, &c.; as to their prices, they defy all competition. Cardiff New Brass & Xrom Foundry. MORGAN LISLE, (Late Manager to Mr. Edward Bird), RESPECTFULLY informs his Friends and the JLw. Public generally of Cardiff and its Vicinity, that he has built an entire NEW FOUNDRY, adjoining the Gas Yard, and is now ready to execute all Orders his Friends and the Public may favour him with. N. B. Fancy and Small Work neatly executed. Cardiff, July 29, i8<!8. THE Commissioners in a Commission of Bank- rupt, bearing date the 5th day of April, 1827, awarded and issued forth og.tinst THOS. BOWEN, late of the town of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, intend to meet on the 6th day of August inst. at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, at the Bush Inn, in Swansea aforesaid, in order to audit the Accounts of the Assignees of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt, under the said Commission. JOHN DAVIES, Solicitor to the Commission ALL Persons having any Claim or Demand on the ESTATE of the Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS, of Panty- celyn, in the parish of Llanfairnry brin, in the county of Carmar- then, Clerk, deceased, are requested to send in an account thereof to Mr. Morgan Williams, of Dolegwynon, near LJan- dovery, the Executor to the said John Williams, in order to be investigated and discharged; and all persons indebted to the said John Williams Ere requested forthwith to pay their respec- tive debts to the said Morgan Williams. Dolegwynon, July 22, 1828. HPAKE Notice, a M EETING of theCREDITORS JL of ROBERT BYDDER, late of the psrish of Oxwich, in the county of Glamorgan, Victualler, and then of the parish of Lanrhidian, in the said county, Master who was dis- charged from the Gaol of Cardiff, in the county of Glamorgan, by virtue of the Act of Parliament pnssed for the relief ot Insolvent Debtors in England, is appointed to be holden on the 13th day of AUGUST instant, at the hour of twelve at noon precisely, at the Office of Messrs. James and Collins, situate in Castle-street, in the town of Swansea, in the said county, for the purpose of choosing an Assignee or Assignees of the said Insolvent's Estate and Effects. THE Creditors of ROWLAND BEVAN, late of Cardiff, in the county of Glamorgan, Post Captain in the Royal Navy now on half-pay, an Insolvent Debtor, are re- queoted,to meet at the Office of Mr. Henry Morgan, in Cardiff aforesaid, on Saturday, the sixteenth day of August instant, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. for the purpose of choosing an Assignee or Assignees of the said Insolvent's Estate and Effects, in the place and stead of Nathaniel French the younger, who has become Bankrupt. GRAHAM and GALSWORTHY, Solicitors, 10, Syrnond's-Inn, Loudon, for MORGAN, Solicitor. Cardiff. npHlT^ditors of TRAHERNE TRAHERNE, JSL late of Lantrissent, in the county of Glamorgan, Mason, an Insolvent Debtor, are requested to meet at the Office of Messrs. Williams and Dalton, Solicitors, in Cardiff, in the said county of Glamorgan, on Saturday, the sixteenth day of August instant, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of choosing an Assignee or Assignees of the said Insolvent's Estate and Effects. GRAHAM and GALSWORTHY, Symoiid's-Inn, London, for WILLIAMS and DALTON, Solicitors, Cardiff. COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. 1828. ST. THOMAS QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Adjourned -L "i QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE, for the trial of Prisoners committed for minor offences within the said county, will be held at the GUILDHALL, in HA VERFORDWFST, on WED. NESDAY, the 13th day of AUGUST next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon; at which time and place the Grand Jurors already sworn at the said Quarter Sessions, and all Jurors summoned thereto, and all Prosecutors and Witnesses who have or shall he bound over to attend to prosecute and give evidence, are hereby strictly directed to appear. By Order of the Court, REES, Clerk of the Peace. Haverfordwest, 24th July, 1828. Abolition of Christian Slavery. NOW EXHIBITING, (For a short time only), At the OLD CASTLE, opposite the Branch Bank, SVVANSKA, THE grand Perestrephic or Revolving Dioramic PANORAMAS (From 135, Oxford-street, London) of the BOMBARDMENT of ALGIERS and the BATTLE of NAVARINO. in Twelve different Views, executed by the most eminent Foreign and British Artists, under the immediate inspection of the late Capt. Sir James Brisbane, of the Queen Charlotte, and Lord Viscount Ingestrie. The evolutions are accompanied by a Military Band, and a concise description given of each View as it appears, which gives a complete sensation of reality. Admission—Saloon, 2s.; Amphitheatre, Is.; Children under twelve years of age, Half-price.—Hours of Exhibition, twelve o'clock; evening, seven and half-past eight. On Market-days an extra Exhibition at three o'clock. For particu!ars see Handbills. 23, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON. 1st AUGUST, 1828. ADDRESS To the Inhabitants of Swansea and its Neighbourhood. TO-MORROW (2d of August) one year will have elapsed since the LONDON GENUINE TEA COMPANY opened the Branch Establishment, No. 54, WIND- STREET, SWANSEA, for, the sale of genuine unadulterated TEAS, pure as imported from China; how far the practice of this extensive Concern has been in unison with its professions, the Inhabitants of Swansea and its respectable Vicinity are its fairest judges. It has been the aim of the Proprietors, ever since their com- mencement in 1818, when the Undertaking excited such an uni- versal sensation throughout England, to not only supply the Public with the best genuine Teas at the lowest possible advance on the cost Price, but to point out the various modes adopted by too many of the Trade, to sell an adulterated Article at a great Price; the Public, from twelve months' experience, can now tell how far they have been victims of this fraud, and whether they are not now supplied by the LONDON GENUINE TEA COMPANY with the very best Teas, pure from China, at from Is. to Is. 6d. per lb. cheaper than inferior Teas sold through any other channel. The Proprietors beg to state that. on their own part, they have every reason to be perfectly satisfied with the result of their first year; for, if their Profits have not been so great, by a con- siderable sum per Pound, their remuneration lias been most ample, by tli'eir very extensive Returns and they beg to assure their Swansea Friends that the same line of conduct will be pur- sued—the same superior Teas will be kept on Sale, and similar low charges made for them. It was not the intention of this Establishment to deal in Sugars; but the unwise policy of the Trade left no alternative, for the Grocers either required an exorbitant price for their Sugars,- soon as 51, Wind-street, was opened,—or declined selling them altogether; the LONDON GENUINE TEA COMPANY, therefore, instantly provided Sugars, and sold them at Cost Price, and they will continue to be found far superior in Quality, as well as-lower in Price, than any that can be obtained in the Principality. THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF THIS CONCERN WILL BE CELEBRATED TO-MOREOW, By a Selection of the FINEST STRONG TEAS being opened for the Public, cleared Home from the East India House pur- posely for the occasion and the Proprietors confidently invite the Public to make their Purchases from this extensive Assortment. MONMOUTHSHIRE. NEWPORT RACES VS7TLL take place on MONDAY, AUGUST 4, » 1828, when the following PRIZES will be Run for:— A FREE PLATE of FIFTY POUNDS, given by the town of Newport: 3year olds 7st. 4-year olds 8st. 51b.; 5-year olds 9s. lib.; 6-year olds and aged 9st. 8lb. MaresandGetdings allowed 31b. A winner of a FIfty this season to carry 71b. extra. A SWEEPSTAKES of THREE SOVEREIGNS each, with jfgo added, for Horses not ihorough-bred: 3-year olds 8st.: 4-year olds 9sl. 41b. 5-year olds lOst. gib.; 6 year olds and aged lOst. 121b. Mares and Geldings allowed 31b. A winner of a Prize value ^50 will not be allowed to start. Certificates must be produced, at the time of entering, of the breed of the Horses. Non-subscriber's entrance f i. b A SILVER CUP, for Horses not exceeding fourteen hands: 3-year olds 6st.; 4-year olds 7st.; 5-year olds 7st. 12lb.; 6-year olds and aged 8st. 5ib. Mares and Geldings allowed 2lb. Saddle and Bridle for Ponies. Horses to be entered at the King's Head Inn, on Saturday, August the 2d, at four o'clock in the afternoon. Entrance for the Plate Two Guineas each, and Half a-Guinea to the Clerk of Course, or double entrance at the Post. Entrance for the Cup Halt-a-Guinea. Each winning Horse to pay One Guinea for Weights and Scales. All Stokes to be paid to the Clerk of the Course at the time of entering; and all disputes to be settled by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint. Admittance to the Stand, Non-subscribers 5s. Subscribers gratis. Horses to start precisely at one o'clock. All Dogs seen on the Course will be destroyed. Ordinary at the King's Mead at Jive o'clock* JOHN KING SON, Clerk of the Cowrse. PUBL]> ROOMS. THE Gentlemen of Swansea and its vicinity are A respectfully informed, that a DINNER will take place at the above Rooms, on TUESDAY, the 12th inst. in HONOUR of the KING's BIRTH DAY. TURTLE will be provided for the occasion. Swansea, August 1,1828. The Kisses NICHOLL, WITH best thanks to their Friends for the kind support and encouragement they have already been favoured with, beg to inform them, that they have REMOVED THEIR ESTABLISHMENT from TRINITY-STREET to CROCKHERBTOWN, which will ilE OPEN, and the School Duties recommence, on MONDAY, the 4.th of AUGUST. An alteration has been made in the Terms, for the particulars of which apply to the Misses Nicholl, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. Crockherbtown. Cardiff, July 17, 1828 Neath Stone Coal and Neath Stone Coal Culm. WHEREAS the SWANSEA and NEATH UNION COMPANY have lately suffered, in conse- quence of Captains of Vessels selling INFERIOR CULM, shipped at the port of Swansea, in the name of their NEATH CULM,—• This is to give Notice to thë Public, that the SWANSEA and N EATII UNION COMPANY have only one quality of Culm to ship, which is the REAL Neath Culm; and to detect any fraud that may be practised in future, the purchaser or purchasers of Neath Culin are earnestly requested to examine the Custom-house Certificates in the possession of the Captains, and unless they are signed by LEWIS ARTHUR, in Swansea, and JOHN ARTHUR, in Neath, the quality of such Culm cannot be the property of the SWANSEA and NEATH UNION COMPANY. To Masters of Vessels.. SEVERAL FREIGHTS at PEMBREY HAR- S BOUR. near the mouth of the River Burry, Carmarthen Bay, for IRELAND, for Vessels of the burthen of 40 Tons and upwards. GROUSE SHOOTING. ALL Persons are requested to abstain from SPORTING, during the en*uing season, upon the Manor of the LITTLE FOREST, and also upon the G RE AT FOREST of BRECON. 11 By order of the Trustees, London,50th July, 1820. CHARLES ELY. Archdeaconry of Brecon. Hp HE ANNUAL MEETING of the SUB- A SCRIBERS to the CLERICAL CHARITY will be held at BRECON, on WEDNESDAY, the 13th instant. Divine Service, at St. Mary's Chapel, will commence at one o'clock in .Y the afternoon, when a Sermon will be preached on the occasion by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, and a Collection made at the Chapel Doors in aid of the Funds of the Institution. Dinner on the table at the Castle Hotel, at four o'clock. Brecon, Aug. 1, 1828. THOS. WILLIAMS, Treasurer. Aberdare Canal Navigation. NOTICE is hereby given, that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING or ASSEMBLY of the COM- PANY of PROPRIETORS of this NAVIGATION will be held (by Adjournment) at the CANAL OFFICE, ABERDARE, on THURSDAY, the 7th of AUGUST next, at the hour of eleven in the forenoon. SAMUEL BALL, Clerk to the said Company. Canal Office, Aberdare, July 28, 1828. THEATRE, S W ANSEA.-By Authority. ON MONDAY Evening, AUGUST 4, 1S28, will be presented (second time) the Grand Historical Musical Drama, called A'LFRED THE GBBAT; Or, The Enchanted Standard. (Received on its first representation with the greatest approbation). After which, Foote's celebrated Farce of The MAYOR of GARRATT. Jerry Sneak..Mr. WOULDS. Mrs. Sneak..Mrs. WOULDS. To conclude with the Musical Entertainment, called The TUENFlSE GATE. Crack (with the Song" When off in a Curricle we rjo,") Mr.WOULDS. Peggy Mrs. WOULDS. On TUESDAY Evening will be presented the admired Comedy of The YOUNG QUAKER.—'After which, the New Popular Piece, called The LANCERS; or. One Coat and Two Bodies,- To conclude with the Farce of The PRIZE; or, "2. 5, 3, 8. Dr. Sensitive, Mr. WOULDS-Carolinc, Mrs. WOULDS. THREE NEW PIECES!! For the Benefit oT~MrT&" Mrs. WOULDS, And the Last Night of their Engagement. ON WEDNESDAY Evemag, AUGUSTS, 1828, on which occasion will be presented a New MS. Petite, but highly interesting, Drama, founded on an Historical Anec- dote, which occurred in France, wherein five-Generations in one Family will appear, called 102; or, The Veteran Si his Progeny. I Mr. WOULDS (in the Character of Billy Black in the £ 100 Note), will sing a New Comic Song, written by himself, called "A BUNDLE OF CONUNDRUMS, or iyye give it up After which an entirely New and Laughable Comedy, in two Acts, called BSSFOUE In the course of the Evening, Mr. WOULDS will sing the fol- lowing favourite COMIC SONGS: "PAUL PRY'S DIRECTORY "COUNTRY SPORTS," Description of Donkey Racing—Grinning through Horse Collars, &c. LONDON SHOP WINDOWS." The Evening's Entertainments to conclude with a New Farce, never acted here, callel1 The MAN in the MOON; Or, Rustics in the Stocks. Tickets to be had of Mr. and MTb. WOULDS, No. 8, Waterloo. street, and of the Misses Jenkins, Wind-street, where Places in the Boxes may be secured. GLAMORGANSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE )I)orticuttttrat g>arietp. AT a most respectable MEETING of LADIES and GENTLEMEN, held in the TOWN-HALL, CARDIFF, tl;e 28th JULy,1828. The Hon. W. B. GREY, F.H.S. in the Chair, It was unanimously resolved, 1. That an Institution be now formed, to be called "THE GLAMORGAN AND MONMOUTHSHIRE HORTICULTURAL So- CIETY," having its meetings at Cardiff, excepting as may here- after be determined with respect to Branch or District Meetings, for the convenience of distant members. 2. That the different departments and economy of vegatable life, from the tree of the forest to the herb of the garden, and the grasses of the field, inclusive, be considered to be within the sphere of the plan of this Society, and the improvement of present, and more particularly of local, knowledge and practice, and the introduction of new, beautiful, or useful varieties of flowering and other plants, be the great objects to be pursued. 3. That in order to accomplish these valuable purposes, pe- riodical Shows and Meetings be established, at which prizes shall be awarded, selected communications read, and occasional lectures be given, in addition to the transaction of the routine business of the Society, and that a room be taken and furnished for the use of members, und, as soon as the finances of the So. ciety permit, an experimental garden be established. 4. That the pay ment in advance of Half a Guinea per ann., or Ten Guineas as a life subscription, and the observance of the rules and orders of the Society, shall.constitute a Member of this Institution; but that donations in money, books on natural history, plants, or seeds, be thankfully received, and that such of the latter as may be placed at the disposal of the Society shall be distributed amongst the Subscribers in rotation, under direc- tion of the Committee. 5. That the Officers of this Society consist of a President, Vice-Presidents,Treasurer, and Secretary, in addition to a Com- mittee of Management, all of which shall be chosen annually, and that the Most Noble the Marquess of Bute and Sir Charles Morgan, Bart. be requested to become Patron and Vice-Patron of this Institution. 6. That the Hon. W. B. Grey, F.H.S. be elected President, and J. J. Guest, Esq. M.P. and 'F.H.S., Charles Morgan, Esq. of Ruperra, the Rev. J. M. Traherne. Col. Morgan, B. Hall, Esq., J. H. Moggridge, Esq., II. H. Jenkins, Esq. J. M. Richards, Esq., and J. Moggridge, Esq. (and Lord James Stuart and other gentlemen who not being present, or their consent at the time not having been obtained, their names as Vice-Presi- dents cannot as yet be published), be elected Vice-Presidents of this Society; E. P. Richards, Esq. F. H.S. Treasurer, and Richard Reece, Esq. Honorary Secretary (either of whom will receive subscriptions); and that the gentlemen now elected, together with the officers of the Society, constitute the Commit- tee for the first year, any three of which shall be competent to act. 7. That the Committee prepare Rules and Orders for the re- gulation of the Society, in conformity to the foregoing resolu- tions, previous to a General Meeting of Subscribers, to be held at Cardiff on the 22d September next, when also the Committee will report progress, and when, if practicable, they will provide for the delivery of an introductory address, explanatory of the nature and utility of the objects of the Society. 8. That these Resolutions be inserted in the next Cambrian newspaper, and printed copies thereof extensively circulated. W. B GREY, President. The President having left the Chair, the thanks of the Meet- ing for his conduct therein, and particularly for his acceptance of the office of President, were given by acclamation. Note.—Any seeds or plants which may be put at the disposal of the Society, of which latter it is probable there will be a few, even before the first Show, will be distributed amongst the Members in rotation, according to the priority of datt of subscription. RICHARD REECE, Hon. Sec.
wm (BASAISIAAIIS^ SWANSEA, FRIDAY, AUG. l. ARRIVALS AT SWANSEA.—The Marchioness of Headfort, Miss M.A. Brown, Miss Martha Brown, Mrs. Richards and family, Mr. Taynton, Major Taynton, Miss Taynton, Mrs. and Miss Carey, Rev. R. Oxtad, Mr. Duquet, Mr. Declorza, Mr. P. Prothero, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Redout, Mr. Cregg, Mr. Harding, Miss King, 2 Misses Wintlc, 2 Mr. Holbechs, Rev. Mr. Dare and family, Mr. and Mrs. Redpath, Mr. Forster, Miss Jones, Mr. Warner, Mr. Berd, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mr. Stephens, &c. It affords us pleasure to see, and it is. we are sure, matter of congratulation to the public, that a Horticultural So- ciety is establishing at Cardiff for the counties of Glamorgan and Monmouth. The meeting advertised in our last was most respectably attended, both by Ladies-and Gentlemen, capable of appreciating the pleasures arising from the cultivation of a taste for the elegant, curious, and useful pioductions of vege- table life, and desirous of extending to the different classes of the community, each in its proper sphere, the knowledge of im- proved garden cultivation. Amongst the ladies present on this interesting occasion, we noticed Lady Lynch Blosse, Mrs. Col. Morgan, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Foiman, MIs. Crawshay, Mrs. John Richards. Mrs. John Moggridge, &c. &c. For the resolutions of the meetiug we reler to a preceding column of our paper, and we are particularly hippy to find that the benefits of the institution are to be extended by branch or distiict shows and meetings, to accommodate distant subscribers. The Hon. W. B. Grey was, as our readers will perceive, elected President, and we understand there is good reason to expect that the Marquess of Bute and Sir Charles Morgan, Bart, will honour the institution by becoming Patron and Vice-Patron, not in name only but in substantial reality. The subscription is, we think, judiciously low, as those who wish it and have it in their power may practicaify and beneficially extend their individual subscription, by naming as members tin? different branches of their family, or may add effectively to the pecuniary resources of the institution by donations. The Committee of the Gla. morgan and Monmouth Horticultural Society are alreadv, we hear, busying themselves to provide rooms for its meetings, and for the reception of contributions of books on natural history, plants, specimens, &c.; and. as appears by one of the resolutions, a general meeting of the members is to be held on the 22d Sept. when the Society will be constituted, and it is expected then an inaugural or introductory address, explanatory of the nature and useiutness of the objects of the institution, will be delivered. A very able and highly impressive sermun was, 011 Sunday Jast, pseached in Cardiff Church, by the Rev. W. D. Conybeaie, M. A. Rector of Sully, in aid of the funds of the CaidiffSchool, and a liberal sum was collected. It will be seen by an advertisement in a preceding column, that the Birth day of our gracious Sovereign, on Tues- day, the 12th inst. will be celebrated in this town by a grand dinner at the Public Rooms; which, from the well-known loy- alty of our townsmen, will, we confidently anticipate, be most numerously attended. We have seen a list of those who have already announced their intention of dining on the occasion, and find it contains the name* of nearly all the principal gen- tlemen resident in Swansea and its neighbourhood. THEATRE,—-Notwithstanding several established po- pular new pieces from the metropolis have been most admirably acted in the course of the week, by a very numerous and supe- rior company, yet the houses have'not been what they ought, and the Manager must inevitably be sustaining a severe and heav.y loss, which does not seem to damp his energies or chill his efforts in the duties of his situation. Though oppressed by indisposi- tion and confined by sickness, his motto evidently is Persevere and prosper." Persevere he does, prosper we trust he will. We observe by an advertisement that Mr. and Mrs. Woulds take their benefit on Wednesday, and we trust they will receive their just recompence for the pleasure they have afforded by their unremitting exertions. We have the satisfaction of stating that the Bazaar, under the auspices of the Ladies of this town and neighbour- hood, realized the very handsome sum of 1161. 10s. pd. in be- half of the interesting object of their meritorious exertions. The Llandovery Repository of Ladies' Fancy Work, &c. for the benefit of the Schools of that place, will be held this year on the 2lsl inst. at the Town-hall of Llandovery. We understand that the ornamental work already sent in fully justifies the hope that the display will be equal, if not superior, to that of the former year and we trust that a charity so worthy of public support will meet with that liberal encouragement to which it is entitled'. The subscriptions towards the Milford Regatta, which commenced this morning, amount to more than lool. and there are 66 boats of all classes entered for the different prizes. The Society for promotingChristian Knowledge have voted copies of all the books and tracts on their list to the library of St. David's Coliege. At the close of the Terminal Examination at Saint David's College, on Tuesday, the 22d ult. the following list of names was posted up in the Hall. The names in eaph division are ulphabeticallv arranged — Bowen, Thomas Black, William Evans, David Francis, James Davies, David Jones, John, Llangy- Griffiths, John* Jones, Dd Lewis felach* Hughes, Joshua Pulmour, John Morgan, Evan Jones, Evan, Hawkins Owen, Jonah I Jones,John,New Williams, James Thomas, Thomas Quay. Winston, Wra. Tumour, Francis Edw. 1 ne rnze tor tile best examination on general suDjects, is awarded to John Griffiths; that for the best Welsh Essayon "Llesawl Effeithiau Undeb Cymru a Lloegr," to John Jones, Llangyfelach. A melon, by horticulturist named the Superlative Rock Melon, was raised this year at Picton Castle, the seat of R. P. B. Philipps, Esq. M. P. which weighed 1 P-tlbs. and measured in circumference 2ft. 4in. and lengthways 2ft. 9in. On the 28th ult. the Brothers of the Loyal Cambrian Lodge of Odd Fellows at Merthyr Tydfil celebrated their four- teenth anniversary. About ten o'clock in the forenoon they as- sembled at the house of their worthy brother, Mr. Bernard Davies, of the Cross-Keys, in the above place, whence they pro- ceeded in regular order to the Ynyscoy Chapel, the Merthyr band playing before them, where Mr. Wm. Daniel (in the ab- sence of the Rev. T. B. Evans) delivered an excellent and ap- propriate discourse on the occasion. After Divine Service they returned in the same order to the Cross-Keys, where they par- took of an excellent dinner, and the evening was spent with much hilarity and good fellowship. On the morning of Wednesday se'nnight, as three boys were amusing themselves in a bout near the mouth of Aberystwith haihour, one of them, a fine lad about fifteen years of age. named Thomas Doughtou, son of Evan Doughton, ma- riner of that port, fell overboard, and was unfortunately drowned. Everv possible means were immediately used to recover the body, but it was not found until about eight o'clock the same evening. An inquest was held on the body, when 4 verdict of Accidental Death was returned, DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.—Saturday morning, at two o'clock, a fire broke out in Hereford College, which has de- stroyed nearly the whole South range of that fine old building. The fire was discovered by a bargeman, who gave the alarm. By the promptitude of the most respectable inhabitants, the damage sustained was confined to the south slcle only. Some of the Minor Canons have experienced a severe loss in furniture and musical books. The building was insured in the County Fire Office, for lOOOI. but it is feared that sum will not cover the damage. All the deeds and writings, the College Charter, and the more valuable portion of the silver plate were rescued from the flames, but many of the silver articles in daily use were melted by the fire. Little or no personal injury has been sus tained, except by the butler, an invaluable servant, who was seriously scorched in his exertions to save the property entrusted to his care. One man, a stranger and a vagrant, was detected in stealing a telescope and other articles, and seized with them oil his person. He was fully committed to gaol. Considerable interest has been excited in the upper part of Montgomeryshire by the capture, escape and re capture, of a robber who, it is supposed, has carried on business success- fully many years. David Rees, a native of Trefegllwys, near Llanidloes, was suspected some years ago of having bioken into a flartnel manufactory he absconded, and since that period has been 'living, as it now appears, in South Wales. After the death of the occupier of the flannel manufactory alluded to, Rees visited his native place, where he purchased a small estate and settled there with his family. A short time ago a piece of flannel, upwards of 120 yards, was taken in the night time off the tender-ground near Llanidloes: Rees was again missed, and had gone to Merlhyr Tydvil, Glamorganshire. A description of the stolen property being advertised, informa- tioll was soon communicated from Merthyr to Llanidloes, that Rees was selling flannel there and when constables were about to depart thither to capture him, he suddenly re-appeared at home at Trefegllwys, and was taken into custody. In his garden many kinds of goods were found concealed, such as hams, furniture, &c. &c and which, it is supposed, belong to divers persons in Glamorganshire. On Sunday week the pri- soner was lodged in a room at the King's Head, Llanidloes, guarded by two bailiffs, but in the night while they weie asleep, lie escaped barefoot through a window thence he was traced to the end of the town, followed many miles on the road to Aberystwith, and ag;,io taken near the Devil's Bridge. It is supposed that Rees's journeys from North to South Wales, with his cargoes, and also his return cargoes, were performed over the trackless mountains; and since his capture, he has been heard to say, that" if hung or transported it shall be in company the inference is that he has accomplices. Part of a piece of flannel was found at Merthyr Tydvil, with an iron bar in it. The Third Public Show of the Gloucester Horticultural Society took place on Friday, and was well attended. The tOllt ensemble was very splendid, and the gems of Flora were dis- persed with on unsparing linid. Many carious specimens were to be seen, particularly some flowers of the sapelia species, which attracted much attention. The display of fiuit included pines, melons, ;grapes, nectarines, apricots, 'plums, apples, pears, &c. &c. The Ross Horticultural Show, on Wednesday, was ex- tremely weil supported, and the display of flowers very gratify- ing to the connoisseur. The company was at once numerous and highly respectable, and the liberality and precision with which this Institution is sustained, reflect the highest credit upon all tho e who are concerned in its management. SAVINGS BAXKS.— By the provisions of the Act rela- tive to Savings Banks, which on Moud»v received the Roval Assent, the interest paid to Banks will be reduced from od. per day, or 41, lis. 3d. per cent. per annum, to 2|d. per day, or 31. 16s. O^d. per cent., and the interest payable to depositors is limited to Sjd. per day, or 3/. 8s. 5!d, per annum and if this one farthing per cent. per day is more than sufficient to dis- charge the salaries and other expenses, the surplus is to be re- turned to Government. The amount to be deposited in one year is limited also to jot., and there are some other alterations. Calculating the capital of Savings Banks at 16 million*, this reduction of interest will make a saving to the country of 121.666Z. 13s. 4d. At Llanidloes fair yesterday week, what few cattle were present sold well pigs exceedingly dear. Fine Hill Wools from 12s. 6d. to Ins. per stone. Samples of new barley and oats were exhibited in VVorcester market on Saturday. Some farmers in that neigh- bourhood have surstained considerable damage from the floods, occasioned bv the heavv rains; but the effects in this part of the kingdom have not been so disastrous as in more northerly counties. The dispute between the Kidderminster manufac- turers and weavers still remains unsettled. Anonymous letters, threatening the lives of some of the manufacturers, have been received, the authors of which have not been discovered. The chief magistrate has been openly insulted, and intimation given him of the probable shortness of his life, in order to IlItimidHte him. Hand bills of the most inflammatory kind have likewise been circulated, in order to incite the weavers against the ma- nufacturers and the magistracy. On Wednesday last was committed to Monmouth gaol, by Colonel Lewis, a person who calls himself Henry Ro- binson. He was apprehended in Bristol itie beginning of (he week, and brought to Chepstow under the charge of being the mail who, a lew months past, circulated in that town a number of base sovereigns. The crime has been proved by the clearest evidence, and for which he will be tried at the ensuins assizes. HIGHWAY ROBBERY.—Early on Thursday morning, as Mr. Jeremiah James and Mr. William Davis, of Pontypooi, were returning from the Gala at Wellington Gardens, Bristol, two men accompanied them from the Blackbirds, for the pur- pose of procuring a car. When they had passed the turnpike, they were joined by several others, and one of the two men asked Mr. James for something forgetting the car, which he said lie would give him as soon as the-car appeared on which another of the men said, "it is your money we want," and Mr. James and Air. Davis were immediately knocked down with bludgeons. The thieves then took from the former 90Z. in cash notes, some of them of the Pontypool Bank, and upwards of 200/. in a check and promissory no'es. The same morning, one of the notes, drawn in favour of Mr. Davis, for 501., was thrown into Mr. Howell's kitchen window, in Clare street. Hopes fire entertained that the robbers will not escape justice. SWANSEA INFIRMARY.—Abstract of the House Sur- geon's Report to the Weekly Board, from the 15th to the 21st of Jujy, 1828, inclusive — In door i Patients. ltemam as by last Report 14 5 Remained by last Report 98 Admitted since 24—122 fatients. i Discharged, cured and relieved 14 t for non-attendance 1 Died 1- 16 Remaining 106 Medical Officers for the week:—Physician, Dr. Edwards, Surgeon, Mr. Bird. Committee :—The Portreeve, President, Rev. R. Awbrey, John Grove, and Charles Mundy. Esqrs.
BIHTHS. On Tuesday last, the lady of Dr. W. Salmon, of Penllyne Court, in this county, of a daughter. On Wednesday, the 23d ult. at Brecon, the lady of John Lloyd, Esq. of a son. DIAILI-LXED. On Wednesday last, Mr. John Jones, master of the schooner Bri- tannia, to Miss Jane Gny, both of Swansea. On the 24th nit., at Oswestry, in the county of Salop, by the Rev. T. Salwey, John Adams, Esq. of Lydstep House, in the county of Pem- broke, to Anne, eldest daughter of the late Henry Gibbon, Esq., of Oswestry. At Queen's-square, London, J. Peirse, Esq. Bueklesbury, to Mary, second daughter of the late Rev. T. Lloyd, A. M. Minor Canon of Here- ford Cathedral. At the Friend's Meeting, Worcester, G. Brown, of London, merchant, to Elizabeth, daughter of R. Bevington, of Rose Hill, Worcester. srsn. On Saturday last, at Cai, Breconshire, the residence of John Wilkinsoc, Esq., Miss Gladis Games Williams, third daughter of the late Thomas Williams, Esq., Glamorgan-street, Brecknock, deeply and sincerely regretted by her relatives and friends. On Friday last, after a few days' illness, aged 54, Mrs. E. Evans, of the Coach and Horses Inn, near Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. On Saturday last, at Llauwrtid Wells, Martha, wife of John Stokes Stokes, Esq. of Cnffern, Pembrokeshire, and daughter of the late Rev. James Bowen, of Rosecrowther, in the same county. Same day, Mrs. Griffiths, of the Three Crowns Inn, Haverfordwest. On Tuesday last, at St. David's, where he bad gone for the benefit of his health, after a long illness, Mr. James Gregory, of Hakin, surgeon, in the 53d year of his age. s On ti e 17th inst., aged 70, after an illness of several years' duration Ann, relict of the late William Waring, Gent., of Church Stretton, in the f onnty of Salop. On Monday selunight, at Chanceley Lodge, near Tewkesbury, Jane Theodosia Buckle, widow of Wm. Buckle, Esq. of the Mythe. On Friday last, at the lodgings of her younger brother in Bath, Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Joseph Le Fanu, Esq., of Dublin, niece to the late Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan, and sister to the very Reverend the Dean of Emly. In his 83d year, Rev. Jos. Clift, of North-Bradley, near, Trowbridge; who had been for nearly 40 years a preacher of the gospel in the Baptist denomination. At Clifton, of pulmonary consumption, aged 14, Robt. Charles Southey, eldest son of Capt. Thos. Southey, R. N., and nephew of the Laureat.
SHIP NEWS. SWANSEA.—Arrived, the Daddon, Beer, from Waterford, with flour; Kitty, Attridge, from Cork, with porter; Dove, Agan, from Ross, with cattle and sheep; Hope, Phillips, from Chester, with bricks Britannia, Rowland, from Cardigan, with slates; Mary Ann, Williams, from Penzance; and Harford, Walters, from Fowey, with copper ore; Minerva, Propert, from Cork; George, Halls, from Barnstaple; Little John, Shipcot, from Bideford; Talbot, Rotherford, from Southampton; Mary, Mills, from Plymouth; Union, Edmonds, from Newhaven; Ann Maria, Vitory, from Dartmouth; John and Mary, Moule and Four Brothers, Booth, from Waterford, in ballast. CARDIFF.—Arrived, the William, Clampit, from Newport; Kitty, Moxey, from Bridgewater; Industrious, Davies, from Dublin; Merthyr Packet, Evans; Good Hope, SkyDner; Brothers, Rosser; Ebenezer, Phillips; Friends, Yaughan and Castle, Walters, from Bristol; Mar- garet, Davies; and Brothers, Smith, from Cork, with sundries; Mary, Lewis,from St. Clear's; Ruth, Davies,from Bristol; and Lydia, Beynoti, from Cork, with oats; Pleasant Hill, Baker; and Jupiter, Evans, from Waterford, with oats and flour; Jane, Matthews, from Newport, with coal tar; Providence, Roberts, from Conway; and Lady Newborough, Owens, from Carnarvon, with slates; Lively, Evans; Mary, Owens; and Friendship, Lowry, from Dublin, with soap ashes; Comet, Collins; Monmouth, Harrison; Triton, Redfern; Longford, Kewley; Marquess of Wellington, Smith; Jane, Hannah; and Ocean, Mackie, from Whitehaven; Swift, Mathias; Friendship, Davies; Industry, Griffiths Mary, Mattix Simeon, Moxley; Nancy, Evans; Emerald, Owens; William, Griffiths; and Amicitia, James, from Ulverston, with iron ore; Gleaner, Todd, from Newport, with iron; Alice, Yeo, from Waterford; Rosetta, Furnace, from Plymouth; Dasher, Macarten, from Liverpool; Eunice, Williams, from Dublin Martin, Stephens, from Belfast; Hawki Williams, fromHayle; Catherine, Galavan, from Rosscarbery; Letitia) Challacoinbe; and Mary Ann, Daniel, from Swansea; John St. Barbe' Davies, from Carmarthen; and Princess of Wales, Waiters from Neath' in ballast. LLANELLy.-Arrived, the Emily, Llewellyn, from Bristol- Charles, Llewellyn, from Chester; Gannet, Jones, from Neath; Thomas, Jones; Betsey, Leyshon; Friends Goodwill, Hancock; and Creswell Castle, Mathias, from Carmarthen, with sundries; Ann, Roose, from Amlwch, with clay; Cordelia, Sawell; John and Mary, Saunders; and Happy Return, Truscott, from Falmouth; Friends, Hockins; Elizabeth, Johns Lydia, Williams; Active, Matthews; Three Brothers, Brabyn; Jane, Quick; and Mary Ann, Baulks, from St. Ives, with copper ore; Murr Donovan; and Robert, M'Carthy, from Dublin; Friendship, Straonail, from Falmouth; Nancy, Whelan, from Dungarvon; Mary Ann, Thomas, from Cork Jane, Carpenter, from Padstow Neptune, Jones, from Cardigan; Le Reparateur, Le Long; Les Dues Cousins, Le Cunn; Le Auguste, Le Galls; and Le Petite Aline, Le Galls, fi om Brest, in ballast. CARMARTHEN.—Arrived, the Waterloo, Griffiths; and Speedwell, Gravel, from Bristol, with sundries; Dove, Jermyn, from Laugharne, with paving-stones; Harrison and Tomb, Bell, from Quebec, with timber; Thomas, Jones, from Pembrey; Friends Goodwill, Hancock Creswell Castle, Mathias; and Mary Ann, Rees, from Llanelly, with coal. ABER YSTWITH.Arrived, the Sincerity, Jones; Frances, Davies; Margaret, Rees; and Sisters, Jenkins, from Liverpool, with sundries; Mary Ann, Thomas, from Troon; Eleanor, Edwards, from Newport; and Sedulous, Evans, from Chester, with coals. MILFORD.—Arrived, the Henrietta, Attridge, from Swansea; and Milford Packet, Richards, from Bristol for Milford Lively, Jefferson, from Sandwich for Lawrenny; and Salus, M'Ferran, from Chester for Rotterdam, very leaky, and is discharging to undergo repairs. Sailed, the Richardson, Russell, from Quebec Good Hope, Thomas rrances, Thomas; Active, Owens; Ann, Enans; William, Rowlands; Speedwell, Owens; and New Gift, Hughes, from Milford for Cardigan; Pursuit, Lewis, from Milford for Liverpool; Botalog, Morgans; and 1 rovidence, Rees, from Milford for Carnarvon Mermaid, Griffiths, from Milford for Pwllhely; Lord Hawkesbury, Diaper, from Milford for Southampton; John and Susan, Clarke, from Swansea for Shoreham Irish Miner, Nicholas, from Newport for Kinsale; Pheasant, Browning) from Chester; and Eliza, Seabourn, from Cardiff for London; Hope, Llewhellin, from Neath for Plymouth; Richard, Walsh, from Cardiff for Ross; Sally, Rowcroft; and Allihies, Greenway, from Swansea for Beerhaven; Trader, Jones; and Two Sisters, Curry, from Newport for Waterford; Trader,Harding, from Cardiff; and Compact, Hughes, from Newport for Cork; Swallow, King, from Swansea; and Betsey^Rees from Newport for Youghall Naomi, Hughes; and George Pon'sonbv! White, from Pembrey for Dublin; Mary Ann, Taylor from Liverpool for Marseilles; Kitty, Evans, from Pembrey for Balbriggan; Vigour, Botham, from Amlwch for Swansea; Sarah, Parfit, from Bristol for Glasgow; Garland, Martin, from Neath for Belfast; Monarch, Hudson, from Milford for St. John's, New Brunswick; Agnes, Hughes; Earl of Uxbndge, Hughes; Elizabeth, Griffiths; and Thomas, Roberts, from Pembrey for Amlwch. BRis TOL.-Coasters entered outward,—the Swansea Trader, Huxuable; and Phoenix, Lodge, for Swansea; Jane, Edwards, for Laugharne; Fame, Sutton, for Carmarthen; Charles, Llewellyn, for Llanelly; Cambrian Packet, Richards; and MH)y, James, for Milford; Union Packet, Lewis, for Pembroke; Equity, Evaus; and Waterloo, for Aberystwith.
COUNTRY MARKETS. SWANSEA—Wheat, 6s. 61. to 7s. Od.; Barlcy, 41. od. to 4s. 6d.; Oats, 2s. 9d. to 3s. 6d. per W inchester. CowBRioGE.—Wheat, 53s. 7d.; Barley, 27s. 6d. per Im- perial quarter. CARMARTHEN.—Wheat 48s. 5d. to Os. Od. Barley 35s. Od. to us. Od. and Oats 16s. 3d. to Os. Od. per quarter.—Butter, in cask, 6d. to 7td. per lb.; Cheese 3d. to 4d. per lb. CARDIFF—Wheat 46s. 9d. Barley 25s. 6d. and Oats, 19s. Od; Beans 36s. per Imperial Quarter. BRISTOL.—Wheat, 6's. Od. to 6is. Od. per quaver -Fi.e Flour, 48i. Od. to 5L2< Od. Seconds, 44s Od. to 41 Od. per sack.—Barley, S8s. Od. to 42s. Oil. per quarter. Oats, 20s Od. to 24s. Od. per quarter— Beuns, 5?s. Od. ro bo.i per t|aaner.— Pea* 489. lid. to 56s. OJ. per quarter