Wem Tern* 'Warehouse, £ 3, IFittd-atreet, Swansea. P" B. BROWN CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, and T^A-DS-aXER, Respectfully announces to the Public, that he has apportioned a distinct part of his Premises as a COIjoifssale attir ilrtail trea IHsUMisfrntrttt, And he is determined to supply the Public with PURE and UNADULTERATED TEAS, of superior quality, on Terms never offered in this part of the Country. R. B begs to submit the following List of Prices to their consideration, feeling confident they will find in their own interest a powerful advocate ia his favour BLACK. COFFEES. »• D- s. d. s. d. S. d. Jamaica Ginger 8 (3ood Bohea 3 4 Good Jamaica 1 4 Barbadoesditto 0 10 Ordinary-Congou 3 8 to 4 0 Fine ditto 1 6 Best Nutmegs 8 (I Good Strong ditto 4 8 5 Fine Dutch ,16 Cassia 2 6 Superior ditto, sold '54 Finest Berbice .18 Cinnamon .11 0 from 7s. to 7s 4d. S Finest Mocha 2 8 »lace • •• •• •• ^1. Finest in the Sale, ? g 0 Chocolate 2 10 Cloves 0 called Souchong$Cocoa 2 0 „ T „ > Candied Lemon .16 GREEN. «T»TFPSL Ditto Orange .16 Good/rwankey ..4 6 5 0 »**«/«». Ditto Citron 2 0 Ditto" .5 4 6 0 Black Pepper 2 0 Museatell Raisiiis 1 6 Real.Hyson, sold at 10s. 8 0 Wliite ditto 2 4 French Plums. 10 Finest Gunpowder 6 Jamaica ditto 2 0 Drum Figs 0 8 g,-5- Fainilies and Shopkeepers (by forwarding a remittance) will thus have an opportunity of obtaining the above at a saving ot 25 per cent in quality and price, and their orders executed with dispatch. For SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ^SGL^NPHE Good BRIG PROVIDENCE of JL SWANSEA (late David Williams, Mater) bur- then, per register, 91 16-94tlis Tons, but will carry 120 Tons. The Vessel sails fast, shifts without ballast, is in complete re- pair, and may be sent to sea immediately. For further particulars apply to Mr. Henry Bath, Swansea if by letter, the postage to be paid. N. B. Any Person having a Demand on the Owners of the above-named Vessel, will transmit the Account to Mr. Henry Bath, in order that the same may be examined and settled. FOR SWANSEA. WILL TAKE IN GOODS, Until the 13th FEBRUARY, 18311; at HAYES' WHARF, Tooley- street, London, Schooner BROTHERS,. THOS. LEWIS, Master. ^$««3SS3^e*-For freight or particulars apply to the Captain, on board, or to Mr. Jos. Lewis, Agent, 13, Burrows, Swansea. Feb. 2, 1830. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause Llewellyn v. Llewellyn," the CREDITORS of IflCHARD LLEWELLYN, late of New Park, in the parish of Newton Nottage, in the county of Gla- morgan, Gentleman (who died in the year 1822), are forthwith to come in and prove their Debts before Sir Giflin Wilson, one of the Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers in Southampton- buildings, Chancery-lane, London, or in default thereof they will be excluded the benefit of the aid Decree. BERRINGTON, JENKINS, and BERRINGTON, Solicitors. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of > Chancery* made in a Cause Barry v. Gronow," ihe CRE- DITORS of JOHN MINSHULL, late of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, Esq. deceased (who died in the month of No- vember 1827), are, oil or befo-e the 25th day of February inst. to Cllm in and prove their Debts before Francis Cross, Esq. one of the Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers in South- ampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. London or in default thereof they will he peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said Decree. BERRINGTON, JENKINS, and BERRINGTON, Solicitors. Hsrfttt FROM SWANSEA TO BRISTOL, For the Conveyance'of GOODS and PASSENGERS. THE BSUSTOS., STEAM VESSEL, OF SIXTY-HORSE POWER, IS to START during the Month of FEBRUARY as follows:- Trom SWANSEA. From BRISTOL. ♦ Feb. 1830. 4 o'clock. Feb. 1830. o'clock. 8, Monday 7 mom. 10, Wednesday 8 morn. 11. Thursday 8 morn. 13. Saturday mom. 15, Monday 11 rhorn. 17, Wednesday 1 after. t 18, Thursday 1 after. 20, Saturday 5 morn. 22, Monday. 6f morn. 24, Wednesday 8 morn. 25, Thursday 8 morn. 27, Saturday 9 morn. FARES Best Cabin, 15s.; Second Ditto, 7s. 6d. Children under a years of age, Half Price. REFRESHMENTS MAY BE HAD ON BOARD. Carriages,,Horses, and Live Stock, shipped with care. For particulars apply to Wm. Lawrence, or at the Ferry House, Swansea; and to Rees and Williams, 12. Quay-street, or at the Packet Hotel, Cumberland Basin, Bristol. n NOTICE. —The PROPRIETOR of the above STEAM PACKET will not be accountable for any Cabin Passenger's Luggage (if lost or damaged), above the value of Five Pounds, nor for any Deck Passenger's Luggage (if lost or damaged), above the value of 20s. unless in each case entered as such, and freight in proportion be paid for the same, at the time of deli- very: nor will. he be answerable lor any other parcel above the value of 40s. (if lost or damaged), unless entered as such, and freight in proportion paid for the same, at the time of delivery. Goods are delivered to and from NEATH by a CANAL BOAT meeting Ùle. BRISTOL, at the same rate of Freight as if direct by Sailing Vessels. Reference to Capt. R. Berriman, or T. Arthur, Neath. Rees's Waggons meet the Packet at Swansea, by which Goods are torwarded into the interior of the Country. THAT BEAUTIFUL SWIFT-GOING STEAM VESSEL,—THE PAUMEERSTON, /ofI /$k /iL ^200 tons burthen and 86 horse power, mMIvdwk J- HYDE, Commander, From BRISTOL to SWANSEA aild SWANSEA to BRISTOL. 1 P rs vf the above Vessel, during tlie time she lias • n .UP' ha*egiven her a new raised Quarter-Deck greatly improved the Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cabins, rendering them ore comfortable and commodious; and furnished her with every modern invention in her machinery, to accelerate her speed. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to render ier as complete as possible, and they trust she cannot fail to give universal satisiaction. She will resume her station on the 16th day of next month, FEBRUARY, and intends sailing on; the following days with vÛOUS and passengers. From BRISTOL. From SWANSEA, luesday, Feb. 16, 12 noon. Wednes. Feb. 17, 12 £ noon. *r'day, Feb. 19, 3 after. Sunday, Feb. 21, 5 morn, iuesday, Feb. 23, 7 mom. Wedrnu. Feb. 24, 8 morn. Friday, Feb. 26, 8 morn. Sundfjp Feb. 28, 10 morn. Best Cabin, ill)s.-Second Cabin, 7s. 6d.—Children, Half- price. Four-Wheel Carriages, 40s.-0Ile Horse Four-Wheel Carriages, SJs,-Ç;igs, 20s.—Horses, each, 20s., A FEMALE STEWARD ATTENDS THE LADIES' CABIN. Carriages, Horses, and Live Slock, shipped with care. For particulars, apply to Messrs. Terrell and Sons, 33, Back; at the General Steam- Packet Office, 1, Quay, Bristol; or to Mr. Padley, Strand, Swansea; Mr. Martin, Britannia Hotel, Ilfracombe; or to Mr. Pearce, Fortesque-Arms, Barnstaple. STEAM PAGKETS sail regularly from BRISTOL for DUBLIN, Wednesdays and Saturdays; for CORK, Wednesdays and Satur- days; for WATER FORD, Wednesdays and Saturdays. *3»s»isea and THV^RS u°N W'" sa" c ,r'y 'n the Season between given. onibe, as usual, of which due notice will be SIEAI^PLFRLR* ''ckages, Parcels, &c. addressed to the GENERAL out delay OFFICE, BRISTOL, forwarded to all parts with- TL P NOTICE. ■hie for a16 a^nve Steam Packets will not be account- .AivzSft <* SR r s-r 1 1 rounds, nor for any Deck Passenger's «v, 1 0r damaged) above the value of 20s. unless in Sat*1 case .en^e/ed as such, and freight in proportion paid for the e, at the time of delivery nor will they be answerable for any >er parcel above the value of 40s (if lost or damaged) unless en- tinieqfd'f^1' ProPor,i°n pai<* for the same, at the CHILBLAINS, RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, &c. P) UTLER'S CAJEPUT OPODELDOC.—Caje- put Oil, which is the basis of (his Opodeldoc, lias been ong esteemed on the Continent, as a remedy for Chronic "■lieiimatism, Spasmodic Affections, Chilblains, Palsy, Stiffness and Enlargement of the Joints, Sprains, Bruises, and D atness and, the experience of late years, in England, proves t' at it lUerlts the high character given of it by the most eminent of the Profession, in those obstinate complaints. Being combined in cn l>rra Opodeldoc, it is rendered more penetrating, ana iimuch more efficacious as an external application. i Jed upon the skin, by means of flannel, or the warm hand, t a, .Vs morbid irritation of nerves, invigorates the absorbents, « ?jC-e'erates circulation. „ d m Bottles, at 2s. 9d. bv the principal Medicine Vend«s. «hom may be had MARSHALL'S UNIVERSAL CERA! E. a. ^*ce'lent remedy for CHILBLAINS when broken; usea a,s^ 'n Scalds, Bums, &c. In Boxes at Is. l^d. and 2«. 9d.. 93' Ask tar BUTLEB'S CAJFITIITT OPODELDOC. Jl CARD. MR. ROBERT BROUGH be^s to announce, that he has COM M ENCED BUSINESS as a LAND and MINERAL SURVEYOR, &c. and by the closest atten- tion to neatness, accuracy, and dispatch, will endeavour to merit the patronage of the Public. Offices-Butter,street, Neath, and East Pier Dock, Swansea. WANTED, in the Vicinity of Crickhowell or Abergavenny,—A Good FAMILY HOUSE, FUR- NISHED, with not less then Twenty Acres of LAND. The House must consist of at least two or three sitting-rooms, fout or five best bed-rooms, eight servants' ditto, with suitable offices of every description; 'double coach-house, eight-stall stable, &c.; good garden, &c. To be taken from yeat to year, or a short term of years—the former to be preferred. Application to be made (if by letter, post paid) to Mr. Evans, n. Agent to the Cambrian, Brecon. A VERY EXTENSIVE Stock of Linen and Woollen Drapery, Silk [Mercery, &c. Now SELLING OFF under Prime Cost, at the UottHoit, atttr Irtøf) itinm WAREHOUSE, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. "Tto EVANS begs to inform his Friends and the Public generally, that he will OFFER the whole, of his STOCK under prime cost, preparatory to his removal to his new Premises in High-street. He is determined to make it worth the attention of Families and Shopkeepers who can pur- chase largely. D. E. begs also to notice that the principal part of his Stock was bought in September and October last, on the very first terms, and will be disposed of without the least reserve. A respectable Lad, about fifteen years of age, wanted as an APPRENTICE; also an ASSISTANT, who understands the trade and can speak the Welsh language. To be LET, lor a term of years, the SHOP and PREMISES now occupied by D. Evans, well situated for business, in the centre of the town. The Shop measures 42 feet by 22. The whole of the Premises in excellent repair.—Drapers and Mer- cers need not apply. Also. unfurnished, those very spacious APARTMENTS, lately occupied by the Judges, situated in High-street, Cardiff. N B. Further information may be had of Mr. D Evans, Stamp-office, Cardiff; all letters must be post-paid. (One Concern ) NOTICE. —" ALL Persons who are indebted to the late Firm of G. HARRIES and Co. Timber-Merchants, Swansea, are requested to pay their Accounts to Mr. Thomas Powell, or his Clerk, at the Counting-house of Messrs. Mercer, Ely, and Treacher, Merchants, Swansea, on or before the first day of March next; after that period a list of the outstanding Debts will be placed in an Attorney's Office for the recovery thereof without further tioiice,-Swansea, February 5, 1830. STn:DAVZ:Dls COLLEGE:. THE Business of the ensuing Term will com- mence on Saturday, the 13'h of February next, when all Members of the College will be in i esideilce. The Principal desires it may be distinctly understood that no Member of the College will be entitled to the Term who does not appear in Chapel on the evening of the 13th. Candidates for Admission will be examined on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 16th and 17th ot February. By order of the Principal, STEPHEN STANFORD. ASSEMBLY-ROOMS, SWANSEA. THE Nobility and Gentry of Swansea and its Vicinity are respectfully informed, that, in consequence of the severity of the weather, The Third Subscription Ball is POSTPONED until TUESDAY, the 23d of FEBRUARY. H.LUCAS, Esq. i J. H. H. SPENCER, Esq. Stewards. Dancing will commence ai Nine o'Clock. ERRATUM. IN the Third Resolution of the General Meeting -& of the Swansea Association for the Prosecution of Felons, advertised in our last Number, the word resigned was inad- vertently omitted in the copy furnished us after the name of Mr. Thos. Walters. 1IDIr.1fIIIID1d'J8111i. -r
SHERIFFS APPOINTED FOR 1830. Glamorganshire. William Williams, Aberpergwm, Esq. Breconshire, W. L. Hopkins, of Aberanall, Esq. Carmarthenshire Rees Goring Thomas, Hanon, Esq. Pembrokeshire A. A. Gower, Kilderwen, Esq. Cardiganshire. Thomas Hugh Jones, Noyadd, Esq. Radnorshire R. B. Price, of Downfield, Old Radnor, Esq. Anglesea Thomas Williams, Glanrafon, Esq. Carnarvonshire John Williams, Bryntirion, Esq. Denbighshire William Hanmer, Bodnod, Esq. Flintshire. Sir Henry Browne, Bronwhwyifa, Knt. Merionethshire Jones Panton, Llwyngwern, Esq. Montgomeryshire H. A. Proctor, Aberhafesp-Hall, Esq. Monmouthshire William Jones, Clytha, Esq. Herefordshire Richard Blackmore, the Leys, Esq. Gloucestershire David Ricardo, Gatcombe-paik, Esq. Shropshire Rowland Hurst, Brcreton-park, Esq. Worcestershire John Scott, Stonrbridge, Esq. SWANSEA INFIRMARY.—Abstract of the House Sur- geon's Report to the Weeldy Bourd, from the 26th of January, to the 1st of February, 1830, inclusive:- In-door$^;ma,i1Ue,d by lKSl report 1d D ■. Admitted since 14 a n (.Discharged, cured •• -• 1 Remaining 13 f Remained by last Report 92 Out-door/ Admitted since 24—116 Patients. I Discharged, cured, atid relieved 17 CDied 1— 18 Remaining 98 Medical Officers for the week :—Physician, Dr. Edwards, Surgeon, Mr. Powell. Committee :—John Grove, Eq. V. P., Rev. R, Awbrey, Messrs. R. Eaton, and W. Jones.
COUNTHY MARKETS. SWANSEA.—Wheat, 7s. 0<l. to 7s. 6>l. Barlev, 4s. 4D I„ 4s. 8d.; Oats, 2s. 2d. to 2*. per W inchesier. CARMARTHEN— Wheat 55- 9d.; Barlev Sis 8d ■ n,.H Oats 14s. 7d. per qua.ter —Butter, in cask, 4d.~ to$'l. p«f lb.; Chet-sc 2d1, to 4d. per Ji>.
WLm SWANSEA, FRIDAY, FEB. 5. In addition to the many efforts now making for reo lieving the sufferings of the labouring poor of Swansea and its neighbourhood, it is with pleasure we record the liberal gift of a barge of the best coal (23,tots) by C. H, Smith, Esq. of Gwernllwynwith. Coal, at the present moment, is an invalua- able article to the comfort of the indigent, and we sincerely hope to record similar acts of beneficence. The Portreeve of Swansea (Thos. Thomas, Esq) has contributed 101., and the Commercial Society, ,111., to the fund for supplying the distressed of the town with food, &c. Mrs. Davies, of Tregrose, in this county, has weekly, duringthe whole of this increment weather, contributed largely to the comforts of the poor in her neighbourhood, by distribating clothes, money, &c. amongst them. On Wednesday last, in pursuance of a most respect- ably signed ^requisition to the Bailiff of Brecktiock-Philip. Vaughan, Esq., a Meeting of the Inhabitants of that borough was held at the Townhall, for the purpose of contributing to the relief of the poor and labouring classes, when. in the absence of the Bailiff, who was from home, Hu¡¡,h Bold, E-q; the Recorder, took the chair, and a subscription was entered into for the above purpose, the amount of which is to be distributed in bread, coal, ami soup. It is expected that a considerable sum of money will be collected. The liberal annual donation, charitably given by George Price Watkiiis, Esq. has been this year, as usual, distri- buted amongst the resident poor of Brecon, who do not receive parochial relief, and who attend the churches of St. Mary or St. John, in that town. Upwards of 701. has been already collected by Sub- scription in Carmarthen, arid distributed to the poor of that town in coal, bread, and meal. Those of the inhabitants who have not already subscribed, and whose means enable them to afford relief to their suffering fellow-creatures at this inclement season will. we confidently hope, not be appealed to in vain in their behalf. In conSl quence of the severity of the present season, numbers of the labouring classes in and about flaretf-ordwest are unable to follow their various occupations. To alleviate the distress with which they are thereby necessarily affected, a meeting of the p'incipal inhabitants of the town took place at the Tuns Inn, when their reduced state was feelingly taken in'o consideration, anc a liberal subscription by the gentry and tradesmen was immediately set on foot; which,we trust, will meet the wants of the necessitous. We are given to understand, that a sum 01 nearly 2001. which had been collected in Haver- fordwest, for the cistressed Irish in a former year, but which from some circumtallceor other has lalll ever since in the Sa- vings' Bank, will be appropriated to meet the present urgent demands of the distressed inhabitants of that town. We are given to understand, and it is with much pleasure we notice the same. that the subscription list towards the erection of a Chapel of Ease at Abetsychan, has this week received some important addiuons.—The Earl of Abergavenny has kindly contributed 251" and the Duchess of Beaufort, Mr. Bailey, of N ant-y-glo, Miss Herbert. of Abergavenny, &c. have also liberally subscribed. The Lord Bisfop of Landaffhas been pleased to li- cense the Rev. Francis Marendaz, A.B. to the Curacy of Mi- chaelstone-super A'on. George Wharton Marriott, Esq. B.C.L. Chancellor of the Diocese of St. David's, has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Henry Wiilians, Vicar of St. John's, Swansea, and Curate of L/nngyfelach, tobe one of his Surrogates for granting mar- riage licences, provrig wills, and granting letters of administra- tion, in and througlout the Diocese of St. David's. The Lord Bishop of St. David's has been pleased to confer the dignity of Rural Dean for the Deanery of Lower Carmarthen, vacan by the decease of the Rev. W. Morgan, on the Rev. J. Evais, B. D. Vicar of Llanboidy. It is cotifi,leiiill reported that the Bisliol) of Lichfietd and Coventry is hkdy to be translated to the vacant Bialioprick ot St. Asaph. r THE WELSH liton TRADr.-We regret, in presenting to our readers as usual, the quantity of Iron delivered by the respective Iron Wo.ks at Cardiff, during the year ending the 30th December last, to find that the great depression of the (rade has already affected the Works in this county, and that many furnaces are at this moment out of blast, and that, in all probability, more will fo!low, as the price of Iron is now so ex- ceedingly low as i-eally not to nelt, when sold, the bare amount of cash paid for actual labour by the manufacturer to his work- men. The open and nominal price of Bar Iron delivered on board ship at Cardiff and Newport, is now only 51 IOs. per ton, six months' acceptance and it is positively stated, that a com- mission, or discount for money, of 5s. per ton, is farther allowed off this low price. The state of the trade is ruinous to those engaged in it, and were not the consequence of stopping the Works altogether so injurious to the property of the master, and to the poor workmen and their families, there can be no doubt that a general suspension of the make of Iron would at the present price take place and we fear that nothing short of a very diminished make, can at all restore the trade, for even at the price of 51. 10s. per ton, the demand is in no degree, adequate to the present production of the article. The stocks on hand at the ports of Cardiff, Newport, Liverpool, Bristol, and London, are larger than ever known, and the demand is universally found less;—the present appearance of the trade is consequently most alarming to those engaged in it.—The exact quantities of Iron sent down the Canal by the respective Pro- prietors of the Works, and delivered at Cardiff, and at the Chain Cable Works of Messrs. Snmuel Brown and Co., and the Tin Works of Messrs. Richard Blakemore and Co. are as under:— Tons. William Crawshay and Son3 26,371 The Dowlais Iron Company 25,020 Messrs. R. J. and A. Hills 14,500 The Penydarran Iron Company. 10,805 The Aberdare Iron Company 9262 The Gadlys Iron Compauy 599 T The Bute Iron Company 178 it is much to be feared, says a Correspondent, that the result of the present oppressive svstem of paying the men's wages in provisions, as now practised at many of the Works, will be the cause of very serious discontent ere long-, and I am sure yon will deprecate a measure which prevents all. Englishman from the enjoyment of that feeling of iiberty to which he is entitled, viz. of laying out his money, the produce of his labour, in whatever he thinks fit, instead of being fed and clothed like a West Indian slave." [Our Correspondent who furnished us with the statement last week, requests us to say" that the account was had from the Canal Office, at Navigation House, and for the errors (if any) he cannot of course con- sider himself accountable."] Another instance of the dangerous and reprehensible practice of leaving charged fire-arms within reach of hoys oc- curred la,t week at Mile-End, near this town. A child, eighteen months old, having been lefl in a small chair during the mo- mentary absence of the mother, her brother, a lad about 16 years entered, and observing the gun, laid hold of it to amuse himself, and whiie examining the piece, it went off, and killed the poor infant on the spot. On the 23d ult. Evan Rees, of the parish of Llan. arthney, in the county of Carmarthen, was convicted in the penalty of A I. under the statute of 5th Ann, cap. 14, for having game in his possession, which he had conveyed from Carmar- thenshire to Swansea for sale. The fishing smack, Pellonia, of Tenhy, burthen per register 40 tons, Peter Bartleit, master and sole owner, was driven off her fishing ground in a south Caslt rn gale, prung a leak, and reached Milford harbour, wh re she brought up off Sandy-haven Bay but was in the morning ofthe 22d uft. forced from her anchors on shore in I he bay nearly opposite the Stack Rock, and went to pieces, to the great loss of the industrious owner, who has a wife and six children. The inhabitants of Tenby, with their usual liberality on such occasions, have sub- scribed largely to alleviate in some measure the distress of the owner and his family. We are desirous of drawing the attention of our school readers to an advertisement in our paper of this day, con- taining a complete list 01 Mr. Guy's very superior School Books; we believe there is no instanccIJII record of works having attain- ed such popularity within the same space of time; his General School Question Book," though only published six months ago, isalready established in nearly all the best schools i.f the Empire, and many thousand copies have been sold. new editions having been called for quicker than the pr?ss could produce them His" British Expositor" is now the universally adopted work to succeed all spelling books his "School Geography" has out- stripped every other book on the same subject and his gle. ments of Astronomy" is the most perfect book of the kind that Schools were ever presented with the British Spelling Book." Primer," Reader," Cyphering Book," and Scholar's Arith- metic," are so well known, and so generally used, that it would be superfluous to do more than name them. A new edition of his first publication, the "Pocket Cyclopaedia," has lately ap- peared, beautifully printed, and very extensively improved, with the addition also of many very useful wood cuts. At the Annual Meeting of the Gloucestershire Whig Clu,b, which took place at the Kin's Hend, Gloucester, on Monday se'nnigbt, the attention of the different speakers was forcibly drawn to the general distress which now universally pervades the country, and which ought to claim the undivided attention of the legislature at the earliest period of their assem- bling. The petty savings, it was observed, at present in progress were a mockery, and would afford no benefit unless they were to be followed by a system of economy and retrenchment upon the most extended scale. Chepstow was lit on Tuesday night for the first time with gas, which burnt brilliantly, and appeared to give general satisfaction. The bells rang merrily upon the occasion, and a band of music, followed by a large concourse of men, women, and children, paraded the streets, which resounded to their cheers. On Thursday morning the foundation stone of a On Thursday morning the foundation stone of a spacious Bonding Yard at Chepstow was laid in due form, by Mr. Davis, an old and respectable inhabitant of the town. The crime of suicide was never perhaps more preva- lent than at present. It is not common to see a public print that does not record some instance, or at least attempt, of the awful crime. Last week a tradesman, resident near Chepstow, was providentially prevented from destruction, at the moment when about to throw himself from a window at a height that would have caused instant death. A daring burglary was committed during the stormy and boisterous night of Thursday the 2Ut ult. in the dwelling- house of the Misses Griffin, at Newton, near Mouinouth. An entrance was effected by forcing up the sash and breaking off the lower hinge of one of the shutters of the library window. There is reason for thinking that a sufficient opening was thus made for the purpose of introducing a child to unfasten the shut- ters and admit the men, as the loot marks of a chiid and more than one man were to be seen in the house ar.d in the snow about the premises. Every drawer and corner of the library were ran. sacked, and a silver inkstaud taken away the door of the library being locked on the outside was forced, and the door opposite to the drawing-room violently wrenched open. From the dining- roorn several articles were stolen, with which the thieves got off. On Thursday last John Wilson, apprehended and tried for passing base coin, and sentenced to six months' impri. sonment, died of apoplexy in Hereford county OliO). He was the associate of Smallman alias Evans, executed at Shrewsbury. A requisition was on Thursday forwarded to the High Sheriff for the county of Worcester, requesting him to con. vene a county meeting for an early day, to consider the pro- priety of laying before the legislature the distress under which the agricultural interest has so long suffered., A waggon from Melksham arrived in Bristol on Tues- day last, a distance of, 26 miles, containing 20 sacks of flour, drawn by 20 men, who received Is. 8d. each for their labour. Aris's Birininghani Gazette, remarking ori the late pro- ceedings in that town to carry Parliamentary Reform by the formation of a general "Political Union" between the lower and middle classes of society, says—"the attempt is cer- tainly a bold one, and did not the plan bear within itself the seeds of its own dissolution, it might, in its results, prove as dangerous as it is bold. With respect to one of the resolutions —that which states the plan to be approved, adopted, ratified, and confirmed as the act ofthe town of Birmingham'—we think it right distinctly to state, that it is no more the act of the town, than were the proceedings and resolutions of former popular meetings, as they were called, on New hall-hill." There is a nightingale in the possession of T. Poole, Esq. of Stowey, Somersetshire, so healthy and cheerfu! as to sing nearly all day long in this severe winter. The bird was reared in confinement with some others of the same nest, at Taunton, lat summer. EXCHEQUER CHAMBER, FEB 3.-Blakeinorev. Glamor- ganshire Canal Company.—The Lord Chancellor attended in the Exchequer Chamber with Mr. Justice Littledale and the four Barons, for the purpose of delivering judgment upon a Writ of Error; brought by the defendants.—Mr. Justice Littledale stated that he had come to the conclusion* m concurrence* with the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Kines Bench, before whom the Writ had been argued, to advise his Lordship (the Lord Chancellor) to affirm the judgment that had been delivered in favour of the ptaintiff.-J udgment accordingly affirmed. COURT OF CHANCERY, Morris v. Davis. Wednesday the Lord, Chdllcellur pronounced judgment in this important cause. The bill was filed in 1812 by the plaintiff, who claimed to be the legitimate son of a gentleman who died possessed of considerable property, which at his death descended to the wife of the defendant Davis, The question to be decided was the legitimacy of Morris the plaintiff, to decide which question Lord tit, oil directed an issue; that issue was tried some years since at Shrewsbury, and alter a trial of several days the jury found tor the defendant. The plaintiff WBS dissatisfied with the verdict, and the late Chancellor directed a second trial, when a contrary verdict was returned. A third issue was tried at Glou- cester, and on that occasion the jury Was unable to agree, and were .discharged without returning a verdict. An app icaiiol1 was made for a fourth trial, but this the Court refused, and this morning his Lordship gave judgment Af;er h through the facts of the case, his Lordship concluded h SHv]* his opinion the phunt Iff had failed in establishing his ciaim to legi. timacy, and as the whole case rested upon that ,,e thou„ht |le ought to dismiss the bill. & Luke Purcell will fight Evan James, one shilling to sixpence, or two hundred to onehund.ed pounds, either at Bre- con or Swansea and hopes, if James is Uot a c •„ e forward. He will fight either of his friends at the same rate and prove who is the best m»n.—Bell's Life FAIR IN THE ENSUING WEEK" Glamorganshire—Llandaff, Tuesday LlantrWrn Carmarthenshire—White House onTave SaS Cardiganshire—Capel St. S.t.n, Monday'; Lland/s'sil, Thurs- day Cardigan, Saturday. J Monmouthshire~-Q-dT\eon, Monday, Herefordshire —Ledbury, Monday Hereford, Tuesday. HIGHWAY ROBBERY.—On the night of Wednesday se'nnight, about nine o'clock, a journeyman cabinet-maker, on his way from Hereford to Leominster, was knocked down about two hundred yards on the Hereford side of Broad ward bridge, in the turnpike-road, about a mile from Leominster, by two ruffians, about five feet the inches high, dressed one in a wag- goner's frock and the other in a light jacket, after which the villains thrust into his mouth a quantity of coarse grass tightly bound up with packthread, and tied it once round the sufferer's head and then under his chin, and his hands also they tied be. hind him, The ruffians then stole from his pockets seven sove- reigns and some silver, a silver hunting-watch, No. 672, maker's name Verney," and a bundle of shirts and other articles, marked J. H. After plundering they left the poor fellow to his fate. He was discovered on the road, in an almost lifeless state. bv two persons who were passing that way, and who con- veyed him to the house of Mr. Edwards, at Broadward, where every kind attention was paid him, and surgical assistance was immediately procured. On the sufferer being taken to Mr. Edwards's, some time passed before it could be discovered what was the matter with him, and till Mr. Edwards happened to hold a light towards his face, when he found the coarse grass tied into his mouth, and that his hands were also tied behind him. It was more than all hour after he was released before lie was able to speak, and if he had remained undiscovered ten minutes longer than he did, it is believed he must have ceased to live. On the night of Sunday se'unight a most audacious robbery was committed in the house of a Welsh pigman residing near the Mount, Shrewsbury. He had formerly been assisted by a Welsh lad in bringing some pigs to town. On the above men- tioned night, this young villain, accompanied by a sweep, got into the house, and remained concealed until the man atid his wife were fast asleep, when they softly crept to the pigman's bed, took his waistcoat and breeches from, under his pillow, and pos- sessed themselves of thirty-five sovereigns and nine shillings, which were in the pockets, and actually returned the clotlies under the pillow again. They then retreated down stairs, and the sweep gave his companion 31. 10s. and told him that he would give him the rest of his share after he had gone to the floor and descried that all was safe there. The Welsh lad con- sented the sweep got out of the house, and deliberately fasten- ing the door with a cord on his brother thief, dt camped with his booty The imprisoned thief, after enduring for all hour the agony of expected detection, contrived at last to cut the cord with a knife through the keyhole, and made his escape also, He was apprehended in the course of the day with 31. 7s. the piginan's purse, and a handkerchief, on his person, and confessed the whole affair; but his crafty comrade is not yet secured. On Friday week an eagle was shot in the neighbour- hood of Bridgewater by a man "I,(y"as in the pursuit of wild fowl. lis wing only being broken, the bird escaped, and seated itself on the summit of a tree, from. which it was di,lodged bv a second shot from a stranger who chanced to be near. The mo- narch ot the air, perhaps with the intention of infflicting sum- mary vengeance, alighted on the arm of his assailant, and would probably have most amply avenged himseif had not the man dexterously seized him by the throat, and, notwithstanding the repeated and violent blows which he received from the power- 11 ful pinions of the enraged bird, held it firmly until he was res- cued from his perituus situation by the first sportsman. The majestic bird was then secured by binding his pinions. It mea- sures el.Lilt feet from tip to tip of the wings. DEPLORABLE EVENT.—At a late hour on Friday week, cries for help were heard on the beach at Starcross, Devon. Nothing was perceived, however, and the cries ceased. On tht I foil owing morning something was perceived floating about halt a mile from shore. It proved to be a carriage with two gentle- mpn in it From the appearances, it must have been twelve hours in the water. The driver's body has also been found It is conjectured that he had fallen asleep, and that the horses had Jeft the road, which runs along the beach, and made for the sea. The sufferers were recognized as Mr. Lipscombe, of the Marine Hotel, Teignmouth, and his relation, Mr. Pousford. SHERIDAN ON HIS KNEES.—When Sheridan lost his election for Staliord, his friends were assembled for the purpose of dilling after the fatigues of the poll, when no host was forth- coming to preside at the not very festive boaid. Amongst the pariy, however, was a very fascinating young lady. who had taken great pains in forwarding the interests of the defeated candidate, and who was so much moved at his mishap, that like another Niobe, she was melting into tears at the failuie of her fav ourite, when he unexpectedly entered the room. Being I made acquainted with the cause of the fair mourner's sorrow, he tell oil his knees before her, and breathed forth the following gallant impromptu "Oh! what will become Of me, a sinner! I've lost lilY election, My heart and my dinner!"
SALT AS A MANURE. To the EDITOR of The CAMBRIAN. Sin,—Having formerly felt some interest in the question pro- posed by your Correspondent D. I was glad to observe in your last "paper, a letter subscribed" RUST/cus." prolessing to he a reply to it. Although the letter bears internal evidence of its being the production of an .intelligent person, and I am fullv disposed to join in his recommendation to farmers to make experiments for themselves on their own land. I cannot help participating in the disappointment which I imagine" D." must have felt, at not having the opinion of so sensible a writer, con- firmed by an account of his "personal experience" ofthe advan- tage of applying Salt as a Manure." Lest the subject, which is important to Agriculturists, should cease to receive further notice in your column. 1 deire, with the hope ot eliciting further information from others, to state, that soon after lhe use of salt, for agricultural purposes, was al- lowed free of duty, [ tried it, and witnessed trials of it in a va- rariety of methods, in this neighbourhood, viz-as a dressing for wheat land-as a top dressing for pasture land in the vale- and on mountain sheep walk-al,so mixed in various quantities with peat, with ttie view of effecting the decomposition of the vegetable matter. Entertaining at that time, sanguine ideas of its utility, founded on the statements of Sir Thomas Bernard, Mr. Parkes, and others, with the authorities referred to by them, and particu- larly on the report of the evidence before the Committee of the House of Commons, I was much disappointed at the failure of my anticipations of benefit from it, lind feeling satisfied that the result had in other situations been found different, notwithstand- ing the manure was stated to "flave been applied in the same manner, I conjectured that the circumstance of our atmosphere oil the western coast, being so frequently and thoroughly im- pregtiated with sea salt, might, in some measure, account for the difference of effect. To this notion, the evidence given by Dr. Paris, of the benefits derived from it in Cornwall, was op- posed but it may be noticed that his opportunities of observa- tion were, from his own showing, ex'remelv limited. I have not seen salt applied as a dressing for green crops, where It is said to be eminently useful but as I know it has been tried in this neighbourhood, by a gentleman of great skill and experience as a farmer, and I believe not persevered in, it may be presumed, if such be the fact, that it was not found equal to other manures. I have witnessed in a distant inland situa- lion excellent effects produced by it, in the cultivation of pota- toes, and it is probable that it would be found beneficial here. The good qualities of sea weed for that purpose are well known on the coast. I have been for several years in the habit of mixinp; salt with hay at harvest, and am persuaded that the practice, which is become pretty general, is a very advantageous one, at all times, but particularly after a bad liarves' or where the herbage is course and innutritious, and its value, when administered to horses, cattle, and sheep, is generally acknowledged. With reference to the sagacious remark quoted trom Tull, I will just add, that in the few trials to which I have alluded, I was guided as to the quantity, and mode of using the salt, by the directions of those who had derived ndvaiuage from it in other places, being anxious, as I still am. that the hopes of be- nefit from its employment, which were ihea excited, might be realized, as in many situations it would be. from the laciliiy of conveyance, by far the cheapest 01 ")allures ;-besi(les pos- sessing obvious advantages, with respectto its use on grass lands, from its cleanliness, and the fondness of the cuttle, accustomed to its taste, acquire for it- Lime, which I found beyond comparison preferable, was the material which I used in competition With salt. It any of your Correspondents can, trom his own experience, give a favourable report of 'l'e ,"s^. 0 Sa'1 a manure in this part of the country, he will, I tlnnK, do good service to his neighbours by publishing the particulars of its employment iii your paper, which will probabjy, e**d to extended trials of it in such situations as may appear suitable. I am, Sir, your obedient Servant, Neath, SOlh January, 1330. L. Copper Ores Sold at Swansea, Feb 3, 1830. MINES. TONS. PURCHASERS. PRICE Allihies 98 Vivinn and Sons Ditto 97 Ditto 9 10 6 Ditto 80 Copper Co. 8 J7 6 I igrony 84 Birmingham Mining & Copper Company .650 Norway 58 I)itt 5 16 6 Knockinahon 55 Fox, Williams, Foster, and Co. 9 16 6 Cronebane 54 I)aiiie!l, Ne,,ill, aiid C, 4 12 O Wli. Hope 52 Vivian and Sons 4 17 0 Llanberris gS Frerni,-tii &Cu.,O%eii AV Illiaiiis. and Pascoe Grenfelf, and Co. 8 la 0 Ditto 17 Pascoe Grenfeil and Co. 8 16 II Ditto 9 Ditto .950 Drwys-y-Coed 15 Birmingham Co and Freeman and Co. 6 15 0 Ditto 14 Pascoe Grenfeil and Co l() 10 0 Llvwidd 23 Owen Williams, and Crown Copper Co. 8 .5 0 Stowcragg 18 Pascoe Grenfell and Co 10 11 6 Lechollsewell.. 11 Ditto 13 3 0 Ciogwvn Coch 8 Owen Williams 7 3 () Total 716 Tons.
BIETSi On Tuesday last, at Chepstow, the lady of Richard Salmon, Esq. of a son. MARRSEO. On Wednesday last, at Penrice Church, by the Hon. and Rev. Mr Strangways, Richard Franklen, Esq. of Penlliue Castle, to Isabella, fourth daughter of the late Thomas Mausel Talbot, Esq. of Margam Park and Penrice Castle, in this county.—In honour of this happv occasion, merry peals were rung by the bells of Swansea and Cowbridge. At Tiiam, Captain Henry Gascoyne, 34th Regiment, son of General Gaseoyne, M.P. for Liverpool, to Elizabeth, the third daughter of his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Tuam. On the 19th ult. at Marvlebone, London, Mr. Hugh Davies, painter and glazier, of the Hay, to Miss Maria Llewellin. DIED. This mornipg-, in her fourth year, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Williams, Cambriau-Office, Swansea. On Wednesday last, Mr. John Williams, of Bil-llern Vach, near Swansea, farmer, aged 77 years, sincerely lamented and respected by his family and a large circle of acquaintance. On the 2d inst. in London, William Place, Esq. late of the 77th Regiment of Foot. On the 27th nit. at Neath, aged 27, Emma, the beloved wife of Mr. R. H. Attwood, currier. On Saturday last, at Neath, Mr. Wm. Thomas, aged 77 years, well known for his industrious, correct, and obliging habits, as a carrier be- tween Neath and Swansea; and of whom it may in truth be said, that he never ate the-bread f idleness. On the 26th ult. at Cardiff, Mr. Frank Williams, surgeon, late of Tredegar Iron Works, leaving a disconsolate wife and nine children to lament their loss. He was much respected by all who knew him. Last week, Margaret, wife of Mr. John Morgan, of Llangwilly, near Llau pumsaint, Carmarthenshire. On Monday se'nnight, in her 20th year, Eliza, daughter of Mr. John Davies, of Pantymeillion, Carmarthenshire. On Wednesday last, Mr. WiHiam Evaus, cabinet-maker, of Carmar- then, at the advanced age of 80 years. On the 22d ult. aged 68, Mrs. Hughes, widow of the late Samuel Hughes, innkeeper, of Newcastle-Emlyn. On the 20th inst. at Newcastle Einlyn, Mr. James Thomas, of the Blue Bell, aged 83 years. On the 18th ult. in the 90th year of her age, deeply regretted by her relatives, and a numerous circle of friends, Mrs. Williams, of Holloway, near Tenby. On the 29th nIt. at the residence of T. Phillips, Esq. Brunswick- sqnare, London, Mrs. Williams, of Bronith Cottage, Radnorshire. On the 2Sth nit. at his father's house in Bromyard, aged 18, Mr. C. M. Chapman, son of the Rev. J. Chapman. He was one of the crew of the W oodford East India ship, wrecked 500 miles from Madagascar, on the 14th Februaty, 1829. On the 28th ult. in the 71st year of his age, Mr. Joseph Firmstone, of Highfieids, near Bilston. Mr. F. was an iron-master, commenced at Dowlais, Merthyr-Tydfil, and afterwards went to the Bradley and Deep- field Works, Staffordshire. Puddled iron was first made from the pig. Mr. F. conceiving an idea that melting the pig iron first before it was pnddled would deprive it of some of its impurities, and thereby refine it, suggested the idea to Mr. Samuel Homfray, who with his usual quickness instantly put it into practice, by merely melting the pig iron in the Finery (such as was then used for making a malleable iron), and running it out on the floor without any mould, grey as it was—(hence the names of Running-out-fire and Refinery). This iron was puddled, and the quality of the wrought iron was found to be much improved by it; and this was the first cause of iron being refined, and led to the present more improved process.
SHIP NEWS. SWANSEA.—Arrived, the Eliza, Thomas, from London; Friendship, Jenkins, from Bristol; Ceres, Slocombe, from Minehead; Favourite, Jones, from Neath: Abcona. Jones. from Gloucester; Mary, Richards, from Plymouth Industry, Jenkins j and Resolution, Hammond, from Bridgewater, with sundries; Anne Maria, Walhen.from Glocester, with apples; Leonidas, Lovering, from Waterford, with flour and hay Margaret, Evans, from Ross; Union, Rotherough, from Youghall; Favourite Nancy, Rees, from Milford; Commerce, Thomas; and Acorn, Murray, from Cork, with flour and corn; Unity, Power, from Ross; Margaret, Madge, from Gloucester; Aurora, Lewis; Prudence and Eliza, Kidwell and Union, Pile, from Cornbe, with tiay; Sarah, Pocket, from Newport; and Swansea Packet, Hooper, from Cardiff, with iron; Hopewell, Jones, from Portmadock, with copper ore and slates; New House, Tadd Alexander, Walters; Helegar, Ball; Elizabeth and Ann, Hodge; and Catherine, Lelean, from Fowey; John, Watkins, from Wicklow; Caroline, Gilbert; Catherine, Paniell; Maria, Guy; and Maria, Cbellew, from St. Ives; Patrick, Cavanaugh, from Arklow; Allihies, Greenway, from Baltimore; Lady Newborough, Owen; and Xenea, Roberts, from Carnarvon; Calstock, Lewis; Mary Ann, Walters; Sophia, Melhuish; Delabole, Wedlock: John and Mary, Shambrook; and Pendarvis, Hayes, from Falmouth, with copper ore Amlwch, Roberts, from Gloucester; John, Curwen, from Dungarvon; Trader, Harding, from Coombe; Magnet, William; and Mary Ann, Fishwick, from Bideford Fly, Watkins, from Neath Agnes, Wilson, from Waterford; Naomi, Watkins, from Aberystwith; Western Star, Evans, from Wexford; Union, Andrews; and Hussey, Maliphant, from Youghall; Gratitude, Johns, from Plymouth; William Thomas, Rummey, from Portsmouth Nelson, Peach, from Dartmouth; Swan, Day; aud Charlotte, Lovering, from Bideford, all in ballast; Lord Nelson, M'Carthy, from Kingsale, with potatoes and pigs; General Pictou, Jones, from Bristol, with old iron and tin; Mary, James, from Milford; and Friendship, Williams, from Cork, with wheat and oats, all wind-bound. NEATH.—Arrived, the Venus, Swaffin; and Friends, Wheaten, from Trum; William and Mary, Daniels, from St. Ives; Friendship, Heyden, from Cork; Ebberly, Lord, from Barnstaple; Fly, Watkins, from Ha- verlordwest; Ann, Richards, from Cardigan; Britannia, Bowden, from Bideford; Anne, Bushen, from Minehead; Providence, Brand, from Dartmouth; Sophia, Berriman, from Bristol; Fonmon Castle, Morris; and Harmony, Lewis, from Swansea. CARDIFF.-Arrived, the William, Blandford, from Newport; Sarah, Castle, Swansea Packet, Sultan, Joseph, Brothers, Amity, and Vulcan, from Bristol; Endeavour, from Gloucester; Trial, from Aberthaw; Ex- periment, from Jersey; Venus, Petworth, and Rose, from Bridgewater friends, from Minehead; Pomona, and Symmetry, from Swansea; In- dustrious, from Cork; Vine,from Haverfordwest; Sally, from St. Ives- Brothers, from Hayle; Hawk, from Bideford; Camilla, Ann and Eliza, New Minerva, and Menai, from Whitehaven; Jane, from Cardigan; Jane, Evans, from Portmadock; Pledias, from London; and Medway, from Dublin. Sailed, the Kitty, Clealker, for Messina; Dowlais, Nicholas, for Guernsey; and Spring, Brock, for Oporto. NEWPORT.—Arrived, the Friends, Nicholas; Pacific, Ellis; Friend- ship, Price; Merchant, Rosewell; and Henrietta, Moxley, with corn and flour; Catherine, Richards, with slates; Duke of Wellington De Gruchy, from Jersey, with potatoes and apples; Friends, Winter; Tre- degar, Harwood; Gannet, Jones; William, Clampitt; George, Johns; Mary, Stuckey; Bristol Packet, Scott; Friends, Morgans; Caerleon, Evans; and Moderator, Johns, with sundries. Sailed, the Ann and Mary, Holmes, for Constantinople; and Rhoda, Jones, for Medina, with coals, iron, and tin-plates; Blanford, Evans; Eliza Goddard, Phillips; Lydia, Beynon; Charles, Howe; and Anthony, Jewell, with iron; Tredegar, Harwood; Bristol Packet, Scott; George, Johns; Moderator, Johns; Mary, Stuckey; and Carleon, Evans, with sundries; Huldah, King; Farmer, O'Neill; Henry, Luly Stevenstone, Smith; Good Intent, Hicks; Experiment, Marshall; Eliza, Cox; Ann and Sarah, Gold; Lady Kenmare, Thomas; John, Gayner; Defiance Watford; Sisters, Knapp; Blucher, Warren; Vine, Evans; Sampson' Fry; Union, Bendall; Trader, Pricket; Union, Machin; Friendship, Barry; John, Watkins; FeUcity, Leaker; Ebenezer, Ablett; Surprise, i-arker; biy, Gwynn; Endeavour, Martin; William, Thomas; Trader! James, Despatch, Jones; Providence, Johns; La Hogue, Matthews; Susannah, Lane; Mary and Elizabeth, Driscoll; Providence, Honey Dartmouth, Pepperall; Nadir, Patey; Mary, Jones; Libeity, Baker; Three Sisters, Sm"h; Brothers, Welch; Dove, Lake; Friends Good! ai ter Pneudship, Bignell; Hope, Hancock Flora, Passmore, oss Rose, Davidge; Fortitude, Hubert; Lanport, Storey; Traveller, Varren; Sisters, Cox; Mary, Allen; Sisters, Coombs; Three Sisters, vox; Surprise, Sharm Mary, Hook; May, Morgan; Adventure, Mor- r?,au' Iron and Tiu Trader, Jonee; Thorn Quay, Bowen; Ellen Pope, 1 amplin Edward, Lewis; James, Davies; Cerus, Richards; Janetta, Murphy; Hope, Williams; Hope, Esmond; Jesse, Lewis; Pomona, Eastaway; Leda, Tope; Cove, Lewis; Friendship, Price; Prudence, Edwards; Kitty, Moxley; Mary Anne, Edwards; Tredegar, George; Temperance, Richards; Union, Bryant; Edward and Margaret,Walker John, Tampliu; Victory, Puttum; Richard and Sarah, Jenkins; Mer- chant, Rosewall; Royal Oak, Ellis; Nancy, Nicholls; Bristol Packet, Pill; Ranger, Luckes; Gurnet, James; William, Beckerton Merlin, Towells; John and Mary, Edwards; John, Winsladc; Friends, Davey; Industry, Davidge Somerset, Burnell; Venus, Gulliford Catherine! Smart; Serapis, Wright; Wern Collier, Jalboy; Amelia, Bowen; Ell. ward, Edwards; Victory, Hiscox; Caldicot Castle, Cottle; William, Thomas; Betsey, Prewett; Simeon, Moxley Seaflower, Scallan For- titude, Travers; Mary, James; Nymph, Champion; Endeavour, Gibbs; Truro, Carter; Lord Rolle, Townsend Emerald, Lloyd; Enterprise, Wills; Three Sisters, Hartnoll; Severn, Cridland; Moderator, Hole; Wills; Three Sisters, Hartnoll; Severn, Cridland; Moderator, Hole • Hazard, Cook; Taunton, Sims; Brothers, Davies St. Piere Hubert* Friends, Withycombe; Venus, Carey; Mary, Westlake; Providence! Johns; Brothers, Quinton; Princess Royal, Jenkins; Edward, Lewis; Dasher, Jones; Defiance, Miles; Anne and Mary, Morgan; Comnact Boatswain; Ivelly, Moule; Friends, Winter; Comet, Heard Industry' alUvith coal'7 CLLAPPEU an(l Rebecca, Hosgington', AlerLrAPadd^7nrriRed' *fary Ami, Lloyd, from Carmarthen; and Alert, Padder, from Barnstaple, with sundries; Harriet and Ann, Mor- gans, from Milford, with bricks; Sandwich Bay, Stewart, from Trnro- flora, Webb; Olive Branch, Peters; Margaret, Lovering; Emerton! BrothprV Rr'TaS' HT# an<i ci',artes. Hayes, from Falmouth; Three and Emprftd' U ?",ehiy' Row> from St" lves 5 Pheasant, Banks; and Emerald, W alters, from Fowey, with copper ore; Le Reparateur, Le Long, from Brest; Squirrel, Blackmore; Mary Anne, Peovel; and Fame, Thomas, from Barnstaple, in ballast. CA RUA fiTFI EN.-Arrived, the George the Fourth, Jardine; Mary, Lewis; and Hope, Cadwallader, from Bristol, with sundries; William, Owen, from Ltanelly and Emma, Louisa, Anna, and Rebecca, Ed- wards, from Pembrey, with coal or culm; Ranger, Lee, from Clovelly; and Hope, Bell, from Arundell, in ballast. M I LFoRD.-Arrived, the Expedition, Williams, from Bristol; Kitty, Grinnis, from Swansea; and Thomas, Thomas, from Bridgewater for Milford, Pembroke, and Haverfordwest; Charlotte, Williams, from Dundalk for Bristol; Ann, Jones, from Bristol for Burry; and George, Forrester, from Shoreharn for Swansea. Sailed, the Liberty, Bailey; and Cambrian Packet, Richards, from Milford for Bristol; Speedwell, Eynon, from Milford for Newport; Ardent, Peters, from Milford for Carnarvon Harriet and Ann, Morgans, from Milford for Llanelly; Hopewell, Meyrick, from Swansea for Aber- ystwith; Louisa, Cumming, from Seville for Dublin; Nymph, Evans, from Burry; and Expedition, Davies, from Swansea for Newry. Baisroi..—Coasters entered outwards,—the Swansea Trader, Hu*. table, for Swansea; Fonmon Castle, Morris, for Neath; Emily, Ball, for Llanelly; Betsey, Griffiths, for Pembroke; Ann, Evans, for Aber- thaw; Endeavour, Jenkins,for Milford and Haverfordwest; Speedwell Gravel; and George and Jane, Sutton, for Carmarthen.