gatur&a# to LONDON, FEB. 12. WE stated in our last that the young' Duke of Ne- YV mours had been elected King of Belgium. It appears, however, that the King of the French had re- fused the crown for his son, to avoid giving offence to the other Continental Sovereigns, and in conformity with the Protocol of the Five Great Powers that no relative of the mediating Powers should occupy the throne of Belgium. The French funds have got up in consequence of this. A deputation from the Belgic Congress, sent to offer the Crown to the young Prince, consisting of nine Members, with the President, arrived at Paris OIl Sunday. Three of them had preceded the rest by some hours, and were immediately presented to King Louis Philip by the Belgic Envoy Count de Celles. His Majesty is said to have received them in the most gracious manner, to have presented them to his family, and to have dismissed them with hearts full of gratitude. An hotel of the Government is assigned to the deputation during its stay, where its expenses will be defrayed at the public cost. The Brussels papers, received to the 9th inst. are unwilling to believe that the King of France is serious ia rejecting their Crown. These 0 papers give a fright- ful picture of the state of fermentation, bordering on anarchy, which prevails in Belgium. In Ghent there are almost daily contests between the party of the Prince of Orange and that of the Provisional Govern- ment and Congress. A skirmish that lately took place, in which some were killed and wounded, has been seized as a pretext by the government for suspending all the authorities, and declaring that city out of the pale of the law. A Pro-consul has been sent from Brussels, who treats the inhabitants of Ghent as foreign •enemies, and dismisses with insolence the magistrates from the Hotel de Ville. The Duke de Nemours had been proclaimed King at Gheut, and in all the other towns of Belgium, as soon as the accounts had arrived from Brussels of his election. The Dutch papers shew the continuance of a good understanding between the States-General, and of his Majesty's unimpaired popularity in Holland. The "Dutch Court seemed to be inspired with some fresh hopes of an intervention by the Great Powers favour- able to the Prince of Orange's accession to the throne -of Belgium. The decision of the National Congress was not known at the Hague when these accounts left. Accounts from Warsaw, in the Hamburgh .papers, leave little hope of accommodation between the Russians and Poles till after the decision of victory. 'The Polish Diet have declared the throne vacant, or, in other words, deprived the Emperor Nicholas of the Crown. General Diebitsch has been appointed Go- vernor of Poland, and is reported to have moved his head-quarters from Grodno on the 11th of January. No actual hostilities, however, had yet been commenced. The Poles do not seem to be.,dispirited at the nearer approach of the enemy; patriotic gifts continue to pour into the Treasury, and instances of individual devotion are as numerous as before. Prince Radzivil fhas addressed a proclamation to them, the object of which,is;to sustain them, upon-the eve of the encounter,, ••by representing, that even should the first chances of war be against them, the fate of Poland could not be decided upon the field of battle. The Polish army is posted upon Praga. These papers represent the public indignation at Warsaw as very great at the treachery -on the part of Chlopicki, the late Dictator. There seems to be no doubt but that he .was in constant cor- respondence with the Grand Duke rConstantine throughout; and letters have been found in which he takes credit to himself for having',restrained the people from further revolutionary excesses. A motion .lias been made in the diet to. impeach him of.treason; but for the present it is suspended. General Diebitsch has been appointed by the Emperor Governor of Poland. The accounts from Spain savour of a war in the: highest degree. Great augmentations of the troops are every day taking place; the strong places are being put into a state of defence, and great efforts are making- (to procure, for. the Government the necessary supplies for the.sinews of war. The object of all this,is. said toj be the restoration of the exiled family to the thorne of France, by means of a co-operation with the Carlistsl in the., interior. New York papers; to the ,5tli ult. have arrived. Hi would appear from their contents that the last accountsj received from this country, on the 1st of'December* had raised an expectation that war would soon break out in Europe. A good deal of. excitement was pro-j duced by those accounts on the New York corn market 'where a tendency to high prices had previously existed] and a rise of from iM) to 62i, cents per barrel consei quently took place. Dispatches have been received from the, Duke of Cambridge at Hanover. They are stated to recam-t taend to his Majesty some concessions to the people of that country, and that the recommendation is to be im4 mediately acted upon. Cabinet Councils were held on Tuesday and Thurs- .day; and immediately on thebreaking up of the former .iXtord Palmerston joined the. Conference of the Repre4 sentatives of the Great Powers on the affairs of Bell gium, which continued upwards of four hours. Des-j patches were sent off the same evening to Lord Pon-f1 Bonby at Ba-us^els^and. to Lord Granville at Paris.—j The Ministers of the Great- Powers had another meet4 ing on Tuesday, which continued three hours. Their Majesties continue in the enjoyments of unin- terrupted good health, and take daily carriage airings > aver the beautiful, Downs. Seket parties dine at the Royal table everyj day.. Their Majesties will visit Drury-lane Theatre on the 22d inst., when the School for Scandal will be ^cted and ,two days after they .will visit Covent- Garden, on which occasiott Miss* F. Kemble will per- form Beatrice, in Much Ado About Nothing. The boxes are already taken at both houses. The Brighton Guardian says-" A paragraph has ■ appeared in a weekly paper, and copied into the Lon- don Papers, stating that a fracas had taken place be- tween the young gentlemen at the Pavilion and the juvenile visitors, the details of which have but one fault, and that is a bouncer—they are destitute of truth. The matter so gravely alluded to was of a light and laughable character, and totally unmeriting par- ticular notice." The Duke of Sussexis said to have completely re- covered from his late indisposition. An order in Council, in Friday night's Gazette, de- clares- the port of St. George', in the island tof Grenada, a free warehousing port. The 50th Regiment, will be gazetted in a few days .-as a Royal Regiment, his Majesty. having been gra- ciously pleased to confer this idistinction, by styling '•them the Queen's Own. Some few months ago a discovery was made at the Custom House of a fraud, to a considerable amount, having been committed by one of the clerks of the es- tablishment, who has since absconded. Within, the last two or three days another discovery of fraud has been made, and the guilty party, like his predecessor in crime, has safely decamped. It is greatly feared i.that frauds have been committed to an immense extent, as almost every week brings to lightsome transaction 'of the kind. By mere accident it was discovered on Tuesday that 15 puncheons of rum had been obtained from the West India docks, with perfect documents, without CMC,farthing of the duty having been paid The term of Mr. Alexander's imprisonment in New- gate for political libels, expired on Thursday. It is stated that considerable alterations are about to be made by the Lord Chancellor in the offices of the Masters of Chancery, the Registars, and the Six Clerks' offices. Mr. Stanley, who was defeated by Mr. Hunt at Preston, has been returned for Windsor in the room of Sir H. Vivian and Sir R. B. Williams Bulkeley, Bart. for Beaumaris in the room of his father, deceased. Mr. Scales has defeated his opponent, Mr. D. W. Harvey, as a candidate for the Aldermanic gown of; Portsoken Ward, by a majority of 28. A scrutiny has however been demanded by both parties, which is to take place on Monday. It is said, that the enlisting of sailors for the navy, is quietly going oil in the vicinity of Wapping, where a considerable number of men are daily picked up by the naval officers employed in the recruiting service. The Civil List Committee met on Tuesday, and appointed Sir Henry Parnell their Chairman. The following are the members:—Sir H. Parnell, Mr. Goulburn, Sir R. Peel, Lord Althorp, Mr. Arbuthnot, Lord Morpeth, Mr. Herries, Mr. Humei Mr. F. Lewis, Mr. Baring, Mr. Bankes, Mr. M. Fitzgerald, Sir E. Knatchbull, Mr. Ward, Mr. Maberly, Mr. J. JE. Littleton, Sir John Newport, Mr. H. Drummond, Mr. Palmer (Berks), Mr. T. S. Rice, and Lord Lowther. A Charter, which now only awaits the royal signa- ture, it is stated, is to be granted to the University of London, bestowing on it all the privileges and powers at present enjoyed by other universities, the granting degrees in theology alone excepted; in compensation for which privation the University of London is to be enabled to grant newly-invented degrees of Master of; Medicine and Surgery, in addition to those better known of Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Medicine. On Saturday the deputations from the different East India Committees, who are at present in London, had an interview with Earl Grey. Their principal object was to impress Ministers with the necessity of a speedy decision and declaration on the snbject of the trade with China. The interview upon the whole is stated to have been satisfactory, though nothing at all decisive was elicited. The Glasgow deputation has arrived in London since the interview, having been de- tained by the weather and the state of the roads. The General Committee, composed of all the deputations, is about to resume its labours. A meeting of the gentry and other inhabitants of Dublin, was held on the 5th at the Mansion-House, to adopt measures and collect subscriptions for the relief of the poor in this extremely inclement season. The Lord tytayor presided. The sum of 1,2701. was sub- scribed qn .the spot. ;Of this the Lord Lieutenant gave 3001. the Bank of Ireland, 2001. T. D. Latouche, Esq., 1001. the Archbishop of Dublin, 201.; Arthur Guinness, Esq., 501. The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland has, at his own private ex pence, chartered vessels at Cork and Larne, and ^hipped potatoes, for .the relief of the distressed peasantry in the western and south- western parts of Ireland. The Dublin Evening Mail asserts, that a brig had just put into the Shannon, as though in distress, and was boarded by an inspector of the Coast Guard, who, it is supposed, had private information respecting the vessel. On a minute examination, she was found to have concealed on board her 25 cases of arms, con- taining 50 stands, each, which were seized and lodged in the King's stores, Lord Londonderry's exertions for the removal of the tax upon sea-borne coals, promise not only to be highly beneficial to the consumers of that article, but to his,Lordship himself. His Lordship is at present laying down rail-roads from the mouth of his coal pits in the north, to Seaham, where he is building a small town, and constructing n commodious harbour for the .embarkation of his coals. The ^vorks, when completed, will, it is said, make an addition of from 30,0001. t,o 40,0001. a year to this nobleman's income. Mr. Cobbett announces his intention, with the close of the present year, to close the greatest of all his labours, his immortal Register, and end his days in quiet country life and humble repose." Mr. Knight, the president of the Horticultural Society, has lately given it as his opinion, that were the potato more generally used as food for cattle, the quailtity of animal food would be materially increased. The Dumfries Journal confirms the account of the death of the Edinburgh, mail guard and coachman, whose bodies had been. found in the snow in the neigh- bourhood of Moffat. The Caledonian Mercury gives an account of the loss of the smack C?ar of Leith, in a heavy squall of snow near the North Berwick on Friday last. Nine of the crew were saved, but the remainder, five in number, including the master, and thirteen passengers, are said to have perished. It has been fully ascertained that the fire at St. Peter's church, Birmingham, was not the work of an incendiary, but was caused by the imperfect construc- tion of the flues, which were overheated, and commu- nicated the fire to the rafters. The; Minister of St.; Peter's Church,. Birmingham; the Rev. A. J. Clarke. has, since the fire, been pre" sentedwith a living ^Somersetshire by the Lord Chan- cellor, who handsomely and spontaneously made the offer. to the Rev. Gentleman's father," N. C., Clarke, Esq. K. C In the Court of, King's Bench.pu Thursday, George Cftnnon, aboQksellprin Ryder-street, Leicester-square, was found guilty of publishing immoral,and.indecent books and prints. The prosecution was instituted by the Society for the Suppression of Vice. In an action for crim con., tried in the Court of Common Pleas on Friday last,-—Calcraft v. Lord Har- borough, the plaintiff obtained a verdict of 1001. The damages were laid at 1,5001. The lady was the cele- brated Miss Love. In the Court of Common Pleas on Thursday a ma- riner named Kelsey, aged 18, recovered a verdict da- mages 501. against Captain Burnett, of the Scaleby Castle East Indiaman, for twice inflicting corporal pu- nishment upon him, and also for illegally putting him in irons during a voyage from China in 1829, on the pretence of drunkenness, and general misconduct, which was satisfactorily rebutted. The fourth action to try the validity of Mr. Cham- bers's bankruptcy (banker, of Bond-street) came be- fore Lord Lyndhurst and a Special Jury, in the Court of Exchequer, on Tuesday, when a verdict was found that Mr. Chambers had not committed an act of bank- ruptcy. The verdicts in three previous trials were di- rectly opposite. It is stated that the expenses already incurred are enormous, and that this last verdict will saddle the assignees with some very large sums. Many amusing scenes were exhibited in the height of the late demand at the banks of Limerick. The country people were, of course the urgent and almost only applicants. One of the lads in the bank, seizing a fire shovel, jvhicli was red-hot in a coal fire, brought out a lot of sovereigns on the burning metal, and threw them on the bank counter. The country fellows started with surprise at the dazzling spectacle, and their asto- nishment was increased when the clerk exclaimed in a quick voice. Here, boys, here they are; easy and we'll coin enough of them for you." The peasantry, whose eyes spread upon the shining heap, actually ima- gined there was a mint in full work at the bank, and it was funny to see them dropping the heated sovereigns, which, an instant before, they fingered with the cupidity of a miser.
WANTED, for a Lady who has recently quitted a V Clergyman's family, a SITUATION as GOVERNESS. Respectable references will be given. Letters addressed to Miss Thomas, Tynyrheol, near Neath, will meet with immediate attention. WANTED immediately, a YOUNG MAN, as an T T ASSISTANT in the LINEN and WOOLLEN DRA- PERY. Also an APPRENTICE. Apply (if by letter, post-paid) to W. T. Morgan, Neath. To Parents and Guardians. WANTED, by a Chemist and Druggist, in one of the most populous market-towns in South Wales, an active YOUTH, as all APPRENTICE, from 13 to 16, who would be treated as one of the family, and have every opportunity of learning the business. For particulars apply to the Printers of this Paper; if by letter, postage paid. New Pembrey Harbour Company. NOTICE is hereby given, that at a MEETING of -i- -i the DIRECTORS of the said Company held at SERLE'S COFFEE HOUSE, Cary-street, Middlesex, on the 9th day of FEB- RUARY inst., a further Call of Ten Pounds upon every One Hundred Pounds subscribed was made, to be paid to the Treasurer, Robert Sutton, jun., Esq., at his residence, Cunningham-place, Middlesex Or to his account at Sir John Win. Lubbock, Bart. and Co., Mansion House-street, London, on, or before the 10th day of March next. W. W. HAYWARD, Clerk to the said Company. Cambridge, 12th Feb. 1831. New Pembrey harbour Company- NOTICE is here by given, that a MEETING of the said Company will be held at SERLE'S COFFEE HOUSE, Carey-street, Middlesex, on WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of MARCH next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of Filling up the Vacancy in the Direction of the said Company, and for other business. W. W. HAYWARD, Clerk to the said Company. Cambridge, 12th Feb. 1831. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of JL Chancery, made in a Cause Lord Su (field v. Reed," the Creditors of RICHARD BEVAN the Younger, late of Neath, in the county of Glamorgan, Esq. deceased (who died in the month of March, 1815). are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 24th day of March next, to come in and prove their Debts before John Edmund Dowdeswell, Esq. one of the Masters of the said Court, at his Office in Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, London, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said Decree. BROUGHTON and WHITE, 12, Great Marlborough- street, Plaintiffs Solicitors. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of P Chancery, made in a Cause, Lord Reed," the Creditors of RICHARD BEVAN the Elder, late of Neath, in the county of Glamorgan, Doctor of Physic, deceased, who died in the month of February, 1818 J, are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 24th day of March next, to come in and prove their Debts before John Edmund Dowdeswell, Esq. one of the Masters of the said Cont-t, at his Office in Southampton-buildings, Chan- cery-lane, .London, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said Decree. BROUGHTON and WHITE, 12, Great Marlborough- street, Plaintiff's Solicitors. :CYMMaOBOEIOH; Or, ROYAL CAMBRIAN INSTITUTION. A METROPOLITAN EISTEDDVOD and NA- TIONAL CONCERT will beheld, at the FREEMASONS'; TAVERN, LONDON, on the 25th day of MAY next, under the pa-i tronage of the Institution, and the direction of Mr. John Parry. The following subjects are proposed for contest, and the Medals j and Premiums set forth will be awarded to the successful Can- didates :— IAn Inquiry into the Coinage of the Ancient Britons, from the earliest period, but more especially from the departure of the; Romans to the death of Llewelyn ah Gruftydd." (In English).: —The Royal Medal and Five Guineas. 2.■—" An Account, or Biographical Sketch, of the most emi- nent Individuals the Principality of Wales has produced since the Reformation." (In English).— The Royal Medal and Five, Guineas. 3.—" The Causes which, in Wales, have produced Dissent, from the Established Church." (An Essay, in English).—! The Royal Medltl. 4.— A Poem, by a Native of the Principality, of not less than' 100 lines, on any subject connected with Wales, but the period: to be subsequent to the Norman Conquest." (In English).—The Royal Medal. 5.—" An Argumentative Essay, on the advantages or disad-. vantages of cultivating the Welsh Language as a Living Tongue. (In Welsh).-—Guineas. (;.—"ThebestEngIynon "WOMAN." (The Prize will not be awarded to any individual who has, upon any other occasion,; been a successful competitor).—-A Medal. It is requested that the papers be forwarded to the Secretary: of the Institution on or before the 30fli day of April next. WM. HUGHES, Hon. Sec. 24, Southampton-buildings, Feb. 1831. >. I, GLAMORGANSHIRE. | CARDIFF TURNPIKE DISTRICT. j NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising; at "the several Toll Gates within this District, will be LET; at the several Toll Gates within this District, will be LET; by AUCTION, to the best bidder, at the House ofWi^LrAM BARRETT, Innkeeper, called and known by the name of the CARDIFF,ARMS INN, in CARDIFF, on SATURDAY, the twenty- sixth day of FEBRUARY next, at twelve o'clock at noon, in the!1 manner directed by the Acts passed in the third and fourth years of the reign pf his-late Majesty King George the Fourth, for regulating Turnpike Roads which Tolls produced the last year, above the expenses of collecting them, the following Sums, viz.: The East, West,. North, and Ll.andafF Gates, ) and Radyr Chain ( The Pwllypant Gate. 85 And .the said Tolls will be put up at such sums. Whoever hapJ [pens to be the best bidder must, at the same time, pay one month (in advance (if required), of the rent at which such Tolls may "be let, and give security, with sufJicientsureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said District, for payment of the rest of the money monthly, or in such other proportions as shall be directed. 'WM. JENKINS, Clerk to the Trustees of the said District. ¡ Cardiff, IStli January, 1831. MONMOUTHSHIRE. j ,P only pool District oftJJurnpike Roads. NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising at the sevei-al Toll Gates within the said District, called or known by the names of the Penyrheolhir Gate and Pontymoile Gate, will be respectively LET by AUCTION, to the bestbidder^ at the house of Mr. John Joshua, at TROSNANT, on THURSDAY^ the 24th day of. FEB RU A R Y ne.xt, between the hours of twelve and two in the afternoon, in the manner directed by the Act passed in the third year of his Majesty Kips George the Fourth, for re- gulating Turnpike-Roads which Tolls produced the last year the several sums following:— Penyrheolhir Gate.. £ 200 Pontymoile Gate.. £ 580 above the expenses of collecting them, and will be put up at those sums. Whoever happens to be the best bidder must, at the same time, pay two months rent in advance, and give security, with sufficient sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike-Road, for payment of the rest of the money monthly. CHARLES THOMAS EDWARDS, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Road. Dated this 17th day of January, 1831. CUFF'S FARMERS' FRIEND. I H O US A N I)S of respectable Fanners now acf A knowledge that all. who consult their own interest, and wish to. save their Lambs, Calves, Cows, &c. from death by thai, slr .hitherto very (K-striic'.ive disease the Looseness or Scour, or Horses from tTie Fret, Colic, or Gripes, ought at all rimes to keep- Cuff's. Farmers' Friend by them, since a small portion of it given early in those 4(liseasesis S-) cefiaiii. to cure, that it is now a person's own fault if lie h'^es any cattle by them indeed y Cut mahy declare they saved by ii during the past year sufficielltto pay their poor rates. CUFF'S LAME HOUSES' FRIEND is an invaluable Ointment for the cure of the Grease, Scratches, Thrush, Canker, Corns, Quitters. Melanders, Salapders, Mange, Lice, \Veybrt'd«, or. Wiiris, on Horses or Cows. CUFF'S FOOT ROT POWDERS are the best and cheapest ever offered to the Public, a shilling packet being enough to cure 100 sheep. Sold wholesale by J. H. Cult (the proprietor), at 63, Great Guildford-streel, Southwark, London; and by Chandler and Clili, "IS, Wine-street, Bristol and retail bv every respectable Medicine Vender in the kingdom. (¡:J" None is genuine unless signed in writing by J. H. Cuff. alitntoroanodive Militia* A GENERAL MEETING of the LIEUTENANCY of the COUNTY of GLAMORGAN will be held at the GUILDHALL, in the town of CARDIFF, on SATURDAY, the 5th day of MARCH next, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely, for the purpose of receiving the Lists of Persons liable to serve in the Militia, between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years, and for such other business as shall.appear necessary for carrying into execution the laws relating to the Militia. By order of the Lieutenancy, E. P. RICHARDS, Clerk to the General Meetings. Cardiff, 15th February, 1831. EMIGRATION~ ^ne Barque AIRTHRY CASTLE, for QUEBEC, 441 Tons Register, ADAM CARLING, Commander, Will sail the first fair wind after the 20th March, from Bristol. 'This Vessel has excellent accommodation for Passengers, the between Decks being about feet high. 'Capt. Carling, late Commander of the large Passenger Ship Harrison, has taken out many thousands of Passengers to Quebec, and given great satis- faction.. The advantage to Emigrants to be out in April and have the sum- mer before therii is very great, and the Ship will not wait for (roods, but sail as above. For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board Messrs. Thos. Clark and Son, Brokers, Quay or to Win. Slieppard & Co. Thos. Clark and Son, Brokers, Quay or to Win. Sheppard & Co. Baltic Wharf, Hotwells. Bristol, Feb. 10, 1831. TBECASTLE, BETWEEN COWBRIDGE AND LLANTRJSSENT. TO BE LET, Immediately, ALL that well-known, extensive, and advantage- ously-situated COLLIERY at TRECASTLE. Ten or Twelve Veins of Coal of excellent quality, several of which are nine feet thick, and workable by level, above a mile and a half in length from Lanharry Common to the Ely River. The Coal may be brought down for sale by a short tram-road, through the Estate, to a yard near Pontfelin-fawr, five miles distant from Cowbridge, on the turnpike-road leading to Llantrissent. A long Lease will be granted. Enquire (if by letter, post-paid) of Robt. Savours, Cowbridge GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, A FARM, called RHYD-Y-PENNA, containing 248 Acres, 3 Roods, and 20 Perches, of Arable and Pasture Land, situate in the parish of Lanishen, and within three miles of the town of Cardiff. The Farm Buildings have lately been erected at a considerable expense, and are in every respect complete. Further particulars may be obtained at the Ollice of Mr. E. P. Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff. To printers and Stationers. TO BE DISPOSED OF, A Lately established PRINTING CONCERN.— The Type is well selected, and altogether new—the Press of the most modern make. It offers an highly eligible opportu- riity to any person wishing to embark in the business at Cardigan, I or elsewhere. The present proprietor will give every advantage, and will, if necessary, hold half the business. Application to be made to Mr. C. Lewis, Stationer, Cardigan; if by letter, post-paid. GLAMORGANSHIRE. | TO BE LET, I FROM THE 25TH OT MARCH NEXT, GREENFIELD COTTAGE, in the parish of Bag- lhn. This Cottage is situated near the main road, 3^ miles east of Neath, and within seven miles of Swansea, and consists of two parlours, an office, six bedrooms, kitchens, pantries, dairy, cellar, &c. and is in perfect repair. A four-stalled Stable and a'. Coach-house are attached to the Cottage; and from three to twenty acres of good Pasture Land may be rented with it, if required. Applications to be made to Mr. G. Llewellyn, Baglari-Hall, Neath. GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, -g /^|AK TIMBER TREES, standing near M.m m the village of Margam, in the parish of Mar gam. These Trees are divided into four lots, which may be purchased either separately or as one lot. ALSO IN ONE LOT, 793 OAK TIMBER TREES, standing within a few yards of the Dull'ryn Llynft Railroad, in the parish of Laugonoyd. AND ALSO, EITHER IN ONE OR TWO LOTS, 153 OAK TIMBER TREES, standing in the parishes of Lan- dough and St. Mary Church. Applications to be made to Mr. Griffith Llewellyn, Baglan- Hall, Neath. BUILDING GROUND to be LET, At BRITON-FERRY, FOR A TERM OF 99 YEARS, .rilHE Bottom Part of the WARREN HILL, next M the Vernon Arms Inn, and fronting the river, which is staked out, 40 feet frontage to each house, and 12 ) feet deep. For particulars apply to Mr. Murray, Land-Agent. Mr. Win. Clapperton, will shew the ground and give full particulars. .Rl^DBROQK, GTouckstersliire, TO BEJLET, For, q term of 14 or 21 years, from the 25th of May next, A Capital new. GRIST-MILL, working Two Pair of Stones; also a MILL for making POT and PEARL BARLEY; with a good Dwelling-house, Garden, and Offices, and about six Acres of rich and productive Meadow Land, all situate within three miles of the excellent market-town of Mon- mouth, and close to the turnpike-road to Coleford. Mr. Jones, at the Mill, will shew the premises and for further particulars apply to Mr. Murray, Surveyor and Land-Agent, 01, St. Martin's-lane, London. IMPORTANT plSCOVEliYH! for. the Cure of, Cancerous,, Scrofulous, andinduratea Tumours and Ulcers, Scurvy, Evil, Ring Worm, Scald Head-, arid other inveterate. Diseases of the Skin. DR. WILL CHI'S PEARL OINTMENT.—This very importaut'discovery was the desalt of great'expe- rience. The lute Dr. WRIGHT, an eminent Medial Practi. tioner at STAFFORD, applied himself diligently many years, in endeavouring to find an effectual Remedy for the above alarm- ing, and, too frequently, obstinate diseases. After a series of experiments, much labour, and perseverance, lie at length pro- duced the Pearl Ointment, which, in a long and very extensive practice, he found to be almost invariably successful. The pre- sent Possessor, the Doctor's Grandson, has been in the habit of preparing and distributing it (gratuitously) to the afflicted for many years, with the same success, untit at length the applica- tions for it. became so numerous, from different parts ol the kingdom, that lie was compelled eitlVer to abandon tlie prepa- ration of it altogether, from the great expense which he incurred- or introduce it to the pubticon sate. At the earnest entreaties of many Persons of respectability, who had witnessed its bene- ficial effects, and alter the most mature consideration on his own part, thtt Possessor has decided upon the laiier plan. The ex- traordinary efilcacy ot this Ointment has been fully proved for FORTY years; in many inveterate cancerous cases, it has effect tualiy cured those who had previously laboured under the ago, nixing apprehensions of surgical operations. It is entirety free from offensive smell, and from the harmless nature of the ingre- dients, it may be upplied lo children, of the most tender years. It is introduced under the sanction and'recommendation of .Medical Genilemeii of great eminence and respectability, and around each Pot will be found most satisfactory Testimonials of its efficacy, and also a lew (of the many) Affidavits ol Persons, who have been cured of the most inveterate cuiaiieous and other diseases; which, it is presumed, are the surest proofs of its ciaims to genera! confidence. In conclusion, the Public are solemnly assured that this Ointment is totally unconnected with any bpeciesot Quackery. Sold in Pots at 2s. 9d. and 4i. fid. each, and may be obtained of Messrs. BARCLAY and SONS, Fleet Market, London, whom the Proprietor has appointed his Wholesale Agents; also, by MORRIS, Chemist, Dudley, and within 30 miles of that Town and Retail by Williams, and Crutchley, Swansea Vaughan, and Prosser, Brecon; Bird, and Vatchell, Cardiff; Nicholl and Mortimer, Carmarthen Jones, Haverfordwest; Williams, Cardigan; Davies, Aberystwith Stevens, Presteign; Jenkins, Merthyr; Bradford, Chepstow Fry, Ferris, and Brown, also James Webb, Caitle street, Bristol; and by most of the respect- able Chemists and Patent Medicine Venders in the Uhited Kingdom. None is genuine unless the Proprietor's Signature, "A. HAWKES," is writteu on the Statup and on the Bills of Di- rections. I GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD, ALL the VEINS, MINES, and SEAMS of COAL, including Two Veins workable by level, which have been recently opened and proved, situate, lying, and being under the several Farms of Ton Mawr and Forch Laes Vach, in the parish of Michaelstone-super-Avon, in the county of Glamorgan, con- taining 587 Acres, or thereabouts. These Veins are found within the distance of 2J miles of the Neath Canal, by which the Coal may be conveyed for inland sale and for exportation and the necessary power to form a commu- nication with the Canal, through the intermediate lands, has been granted by the Company of Proprietors of that Navigation. For particulars apply to the Proprietor, Lewis Thomas, Esq. Swansea. AMROTH CASTLE, near Teilby, PEMBROKESHIRE, To be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, At THIS PLACE, on MONDAY, the 14th day of MARCH next, and following days, without reserve, THE whole of the valuable HOUSEHOLD FUR- JL NITURE, STOCK, remainder of CROP, FARMING- IMPLEMENTS,DAIRY.MALTING.andBREWING U TEN- SILS, and other MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTS, of-the present Proprietor among which are the following Articles :-Turkey carpet; large pier glasses, in great variety elegant suspended sinumbra patent lamps large oiled floor-cloth, never laid down china and glass plated articles solid mahogany bookcase, 8ft. Gin. wide by 9ft. Gin. high books elegant chess and back- gammon table; grand piano-forte reflecting telescope ladies' winged wardrobe1, gentleman's difto iron safe clocks; patent letter-copying machine patent double cast iron roller, complete, calculated for lawns or roads; 85 yards moveable five-bar iron railing patent cast iron mangle gig and harness, London built; child's coach, ditto; lead water pipes lead spout pipes, never used; iron pump; green-house plants. The dining-room Furniture is mahogany, French polished the drawing-room, rosewood. The entrance-hall, library, parlour, and nine bed-rooms, are fully furnished, principally with maho- gany articles the servants'-rooms with every thing necessary. The Stock and Implements of Husbandry have all been parti- cularly selected. Excellent work horses, mares, and colts the Cattle of the Guernsey, Ayrshire, Castlemartin, and other breeds Cheviot sheep Scotch ploughs, carts, &c.; barley, oats, hay, and potatoes. The Sale will commence every day at half-past ten o'clock. The Household Furniture and Kitchen Articles will be first sold the Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. on the last day. Six months' credit will be given, on approved security, to pur- chasers of three pounds and upwards. Catalogues may be had ten days previous to the sale, at the principal Inns in Swansea, Carmarthen, St. Clears, Narberth, Haverfordwest, Cardigan, Pembroke, Milford, and Tenby. N. B. The Day of Sate has been altered from the 9th to the 14th, on account of the time of the tide, to enable purchasers to travel and carry away their articles by the Sands. BRECKNOCKSHIRE AND TOWN OF BRECKNOCK. Most valuable Freehold Property* In and near tlie Town of Bre6kik>ck, FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By WILLIAMS and PRICE, At the SWAN INN, in the town of BRECKNOCK, on FRIDAY, the 4th day of MARCH, 1831, at three o'clock in the afternoon, or in the mean time by private contract, Lot 1.—HPHAT very eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE, JL called \ENNYFACH, situate within the distance of one mile of the improving county town of Brecknock, and now in the occupation of the proprietor, Thomas Jones, Esq. This Estate is possessed of unusual advantages it is nearly in a ring-fence, and comprises by admeasurement 184 Acres of Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land. It oilers in every respect a most desirable investment, having a House upon it lately fitted up by the proprietor, and adapted to the convenience of a genteel family. The growth of Wood upon the Estate is of the most thriving nature, and of very consi- derable extent in quantity. Property in the TOtvn of Brecknock. Lot 2.—A capital DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOP, WARE- HOUSE, and other conveniences, most eligibly situated in High- street, together with a Brewhouse, Stable, and Yard attached, in the Church-lane; and also a commodious Pew in Saint Mary's Church, now in the occupation of the proprietor. This lot affords an excellent opportunity for investment by any young Tradesman, as the Trade Stock of the proprietor may also be had on advantageous terms. Lot 3.—A convenient STABLE, in Church-lane, in the occu- pation of Mr. Bright, butcher. Lot 4.—Another STABLE, in the Bell Yard, in the occupa- tion of Mr. Havard, maltster. Lot 5.-FOUR good DWELLING-HOUSES, in Castle- street, in the several occupations of John Jones, W illiam Burgess, John Williams, and Ebenezer Wright. Lot G.—TWO other substantial DWELLING-HOLTSES, in Castle-street, with a Yard attached, in the several occupations of Mr. John Watkins and Mr. Richard Towzey. Lot 7.-FOUR BRICK DWELLING-HOUSES, on Usk Terrace, now or late in the several occupations of Mr. Isaacs, Mrs. Weal, Howell Powell, and Sergeant Wall. Lot 8.—FOUR other DWELLING-HOUSES, in Three- Cocks-lane, in the several occupations of Wm. Davies, Llewellyn Morgan, William Witchlow, and Thomas Watkins. Lot 9.-TWO good BRICK DWELLING-HOUSES, with Gardens attached, in the Struet, the one in the occupation of John Richards, and the other vacant. For a view of the respective properties, and for further parti- culars, apply either to the Proprietor or at the Office of Messrs. Jones and Powell, Solicitors, in Brecon, where a Map of lot 1 may be seen. Further particulars may also be obtained by ap- plication to David Davies, Esq. Land-Agent, Llangattock Crick- liowell. The postage of all applications by letter must be paid. APPROVED MEDICINES. Sold by Williams, Cambrian Office, and Dawe,Chemist, Swansea; Tardrew, Carmarthen; Hughes, Llandilo; Vaughan, Brecon, Jenkins, Merthyr Hayward, Neath; Lister, Cowbridge Vachall, Cardiff; Morgan, Newport; and Jm es, Ufracombe, Agents tt> Messrs. BirrtER, Chemists. Cheapside, Lon on. Country Dealers supplied at the London Prices. DR. JA-LVIESTS FEVER POWDER.—Is universally ap- proved by the Profession and the Public, and is administered with equal success in Fever, Inflammatory Diseases, Measles. Pleurisy, Sore Throats, Rheumatism, &c. 'When given in Cold Catarrhs, &c. it is generally found to check their progress, or shorten their duration. In Packets, 2s 9d.an<J ^4s. CHING'S WORM LOZENGES.—The extraordinary effi- cacy of these Lozenges in cases of Worms, as well .as in Ob- structions in the Bowels, and every disorder where cleansing phy&ic is required, is so universally known, and has been pub": licly acknowledged by so many persons of distinction in society, that it is unnecessary here to enlarge on their peculiar virtues. In Packets, at Is. I^d. and 2s. 9d. '2 BUTLER'S CAYENNE LOZENGES-for Habitual Sore Throats, Hoarseness, Relaxation of the Uvula, &c.; also a refreshing stimulus in Fatigue, Field Sports, &c. In Boxes, at 2s. and 4s. 6d TOWERS' FLUID EXTRACT OF BARK.—In the Fluid Extract of Bark are combined the fine and osential qualities of the purest Peruvian Bark, viz. the Quinine, C nchonine, find of the purest Peruvian Bark, viz. the Quinine, C nchonine, find valuable astringent principle in a concentrated slate it thus affords the readiest means of preparing Bark Draughts of any strength with the utmost facility. In Bottles, at 9d., 4s. 6(i., and Jls BUTLER?S CAJElUr OPODELDOC—used with much sticceis in cases of Rheumatism, Sprains, Brjiises, &c., also on excellent application for Chilblains, by allaying the irritation. In Bottles, at Is. ltd. and 23. 9d FO) HKRGILL'S NERVOUS DROPS—are much used bv those who are affl'cted"with Nervous Affections; such as Low- ness of Spirits, Fainting Fits, Hysterical and Spasmodic Diseases, 'Debility.' and Relaxation of the System, and are highly extolled' by those who have had recouise to them. III Bottles, at 4s. 6d., lis. and 22<. MARSHALL'S UNIVERSAL CERATE-an excellent re- medy for Chilblains, Scalds, Burns, Wounds. Sores, and Ulcers of every denomination, especially Sure and Ulcerated Legs. In Boxes, Is. l £ d. and 2s; 9-I. BUTLER'S STOMACHIC AND DIGESTIVE CANDY— of which the principal ingredients are Turkey Rhubarb, Ginger, an Antacid and Carminatives, in such proportions as render it a pleasant Aromatic Stomachic and powerful Digestive. It will be found most serviceable in aN those Affections originating in an impaired Digestion; and also an agreeable gentle Aperient for Children. In Box 2s. and 4s 61. PERRY'S ESSENCE FOR TOOTH AND EAR-ACHE— has been found of such extreme service in relieving Tooth and Ear-Ach, that it has been commeiued upon most favourably in several Medical Journals; it affords instantaneous relief, and generally prevents any recurrence of pain. In Bottles, at Is. and 2s. 9d BUTLER'S PECTORAL ELIXIR—strongly recommended in Cotds, Habitua) Coughs, Ashmittic Affections, Sec. In Bottles at Is. lJjd. and 2s. 9d. N. B. The above Preparations, when Genuine, will have the Name and Address of Messrs. Butler, attached to them.-Parti- cular attention to this caution is requested.