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"^OTW^K^R 12.




THE Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt, bearing date the 30th of December, 1825, awarded and issued forth against GEORGE HAYNES the Elder, GEORGE DAY, GEORGE HAYNES the Younger, and WILLIAM LAWRENCE, Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, Bankers, Dealers, Chapmen, and Copartners, intend to meet on the 23d day of November instant, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, at the Public Rooms, on the Burrows, at Swansea aforesaid, in order to receive proofs of Debts under the said Commission. J. JENKINS, Solicitor to the Assignees. iFouj&ritjge Curnjnfic District. NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising at the Toll Gates within this District, called or known by the names of the East, West, and South Gates, will be LET by AUCTION, to the best bidder, at the BEAR-INN, in COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, the 13th day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of twelve at noon and two in the afternoon, in the manner directed by the Acts passed in the third and fourth years of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth, For regulating Turn- pike-roads; which Tolls produced the last year the sum of t762 above the expense of collecting them.—Whoever happens 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 he let, 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, or in such other proportions as shall be directed. THOS. LLEWELLYN, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike-road. Cowbridge, Nov. 9, 1831. TO THE REFORMERS OF ENGLAND. JUST PUBLISHED, THE REFORMERS'POCKET-BOOK for 1832, with splendid Portraits of William the Fourth, Earl Grey, Lord ^Broughaar, Lord J. Russell, and Viscount Althorp. It will contain a retrospective History of the Rise and Progress of Re- form—of the Introduction of the measure into Parliament—of the causes of its not being carried into effect—and of the means adopted to disseminate its principles, and enforce its necessity;—the pledge of his Majesty's present Ministers to support Reform in Parlia- ment— the principal features of their Bill—and correct Lists of the chief divisions on the debate in the Houses of Lords and Com- mons: also, an extended number of Ruled Pages for Memoran- dums and a Cash Account, Lists of the House of Peers with the New Creations, and of the House of Commons, and every article of useful information. Price 2s. 6d. and may be had with an Almanack. W. MARSHALL has also published the whole of his POCKET BOOKS for 1832, and his two splendid Annuals, THE GEM' and I THE CHRISTMAS-BOX.' N. B. Booksellers should send their orders immediately to se- cure the first Edition of The REFORMERS' POCKET-BOOK; also MARSHALL'S ALMANACKS. SWANSEA AND BRISTOL. The FAST GOING Strain Darfcrta, PALMSRSTON or BRISTOL, J. HYDE and J. EDWARDS, Commanders, WILL Sail as follows during the Month of1 NOVEMBER:— FROM SWANSEA. FROM BRISTOL. Nov. o'clock. Nov. o'clock. 5, Saturday morn. 4, Friday morn. IJ, Wednesday 10 morn. 8, Tuesday 8 morn. 12, Saturday. 11 morn. H.Frtday. loi morn. 16, Wednesday morn. 15, Tuesday 3 morn. 19, Saturday 7 morn. 18, Friday Si morn. 23, Wednesday morn. 22, Tuesday 8 mom. 26, Saturday II morn. 25, Friday 10 morn. 30, Wednesday 4 morn. 29, Tuesday 3 morn. FAR.ES:-Best Cabin, 10s.; Fore Deck, 5s.; Horses, 17s. 6d. 4-Wheel Carriages, 32s. 6d.; 4 ditto, One Horse, 21s. 6d. Gigs, 16s., including the Dock Dues on Horses and Carriages. FEMALE STEWARDS ATTEND THE LADIES' CABINS. Carriages, Horses, and Live Stock of all descriptions, Shipped with every possible care. AGENTS :—Williams and Evans, 12, Quay-street, near the Stone Bridge, Bristol; Terrell and Sons, 33, Back, and the Bristol Steam Packet Company, No. 1, Quay, Bristol; S. Padley, Strand, Swansea; Charles Marten, 4, Fisher-street, or at the Packet-Oflice, near the Ferry-House, Swansea; Riddle and Young, Neath; Mr. Martin, Britannia Hotel, and William Williams, Packet Hotel, Ilfracombe; Mr. Pearce, Fortescue- Arms, Barnstaple. All Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c. addressed to either of the STEAM PACKET OFFICES, BRISTOL, forwarded to all parts with- out delay. NOTICE.-The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets will not be accountable for any Cabin Passenger's Luggage (if lost or da- may,ed), 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 paid for the same, at the time of delivery; nor will they be answerable for 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 ofdelit,erll. THE BRISTOL AND NEWPORT j j,tt4JJt B«cketø, LADY :ø,Q])J,\TS,r a.. St. DAVID, \XTILL SAIL during; the tfEXT WEEK, as' ?▼ follows:— ? FROM BRISTOL. FROM NEWPORT, Nov. 1831. o'clock. Nov. 1831. o'clock. 21, Monday morn. 21, Monday ijl morn. 22, Tuesday 8 morn. 22, Tuesday noon. 23, Wednesday 8j morn. 23, Wednesday si morn'. 24, Thursday 9 £ morn. 24, Thursday 7' morn! 25, Friday 10 morn. 25, Friday 8 inorn 20, Satnrd.y. 11 morn. 26, Saturday morn. FARES:—After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s.; Children under twelve years of age, Half-price. Dogs, Is. each. Four-wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-wheel Ditto, 10s.; Horses, 5s. each Car-' riage drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s.; Horse a,nd Rider, After Cabin, 7s.; Ditto, Fore Cabih, 6s. and Rider, After Cabin, 7s.; Ditto, Fore Cabih, 6s. The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets give NOTICE, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Package, or Parcels (if lost or da- maged), unless booked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; and, if above the value of 40s., entered at its value, arid carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time of booking. Packet-O.Dices,-Rownham Wharf, Hotwells and Rodney Wharf, Newport. J. JONES, Agent. CARDIFF AND MERTHYR.—A Coach between Newport and Cardiff", to answer the time of the Packets, and from Cardiff to Merthyr every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, starting from Cardiff at six o'clock in the morning, and from Merthyr at live o'clock in the evening. PONTYPOOL and ABERGAVENNY.—A Coach daily between these places and Newport; arriving at Newport about half-past ten o'clock in the morning, and starting from Newport about three o'clock in the afternoon. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarne and Bedllwey. -A Coach daily between these places and Newport; arriving at Newport about ten o'clock in the morning, aind starting about three o'clook in the afternoon. — PARKER BOTF, of Nottingham, DKNTIST, be{>s leave to inform his Friends and lhe Public in Keneral, that he bus disposed of the entire Property in ilie following well- known and 'valuable Articles, to Messrs. BARCLAY and SONS, Fleet Market, London, whose names will, in future, be aflixed to each bottle or box of the genuine Preparations, viz. BOTT's TOOTH POWDlill, price h. ltd. and 2v 9d. BOTT's TINCTURE fur Scurvy in the Gums, price Is 9d. BOTT's CORN SALVE, price is. 1^1. BOTT's SANATIVE SALVE fur the relief and cure of dis- orders incident to the Breast, particularly in all kinds ot Sores and in,so.frening, and dissipating"all hardness and knottiness therein, price Is .ltd. per packer. BOTT's NANKKBN 15YE, warranted to stand washing, price Is. per bottle. BOTT's CLOTH POWDER, for taking Grease Spot-s P.iint, &c. out of Silks, Stuffs, and Woottens, without discharging the colour, price is. per bottle. Sold by J. Williams, Cambrian-Office, Dawe, Strick, and Jen- kins, Swansea; Hyberi, Neath; Jenkins, Merthyr J ydvil; Vaughan, Prosser, and Williams, Brecon Harris, Crickhowell Price, and Wyke, Abergavenny Lister, Cowbridge Vachell, and Rees',Cardiff; Jones, and Harris, Newport; Bradford,Chep- stow and by all Medicine Venders throughout the kingdom. Where also may be had, BARCLA Y's ASTHMATIC CANDY. H A Y M A N's M A RE D A N T's DROPS. DREDGE's HEAL-ALL. BLAINE's POWDEIIS and BALLS for DISTEMPER in DOGS, &c To be LET, on Lease, THF, WILLOWS, otherwise called The Myrtles, X with about Three Acres of Pleasure Grounds, adjoining the town of Swansea. Also the Centre HOUSE of Beaufort-place. For particulars enquire of Mr. D. Edwards, Strand, Swansea. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON IN FEBRUARY NEXT, AN excellent^ FAMILY MANSION, called TYRLLANDWR, adjoining the town of Swansea; toge- ther with about 45 Acres of good Land. Apply to Mr. D. Rees, Union-buildings, Swansea. GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Most valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, compri- singseveral thousand Acres of Meadow, Arable, and Pasture Land, Also TWO MANORS of considerable extent Nearly the whole of the Bituminous Veins of Coal in the Mineral Basin of South Wales are under this property. For particulars apply (if by letter, post-paid), to Mr. Thomas Jones, Auctioneer, Swansea, South Wales. LOWER SKSTTY, A desirable Residence for a small Family. TO BE LET, For a term of years, and may be entered upon immediately, ALL that very desirable FARM and LANDS called LOWER SKETTY. The Farm consists of a neat LCottage, lately repaired, with an excellent Garden in front; also of a Stable, Beasthouse, and Barn, contiguous thereto, and 56 Acres of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, in high state of cultivation. The Lands are delightfully situated within the distance of three miles of Swansea, commanding a fine view of Swansea Bay and the Bristol Channel. If desirable the proprietor will have no objection to divide the Lands into two lots. For particulars apply at the Office of Messrs. Jamea and Collins, Solicitors, Swansea. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Oak Timber Trees, FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, NAMELY, 7f)3 STANDING on Tyn-y-Wain Farm, in the parish of Langonoyd, within a few yards of the Duffryn Llwynfi and Porth Cawl Railway. And 1731 on Penllwyngwent Farm, in the parish of Landyfoduck. Applications to be made to Mr. G. Llewellyn, Badan-Hall Neath. & PEMBROKESHIRE. Timber for Sale at Lawrenny, CONSISTIKG of several Thousand Feet of excel- C lent OAK, that will square from 6 to 14 inches, suitable for every description of frame Timber for Shipbuilding, which will be delivered at Lawrenny Ferry for Shipment; or if wished by any purchaser to build at that place, a convenient situation both for laying down and launching will be allowed, where also Builders of the first skill reside, who "would undertake the work on very reasonable terms. Apply to Hugh Wilson, Creswell, near Pembroke. CAPITAL INN AND FARM, BRIDGEND, Glamorganshire. TO BE LET, THE WYNDHAM ARMS INN at BRIDGEND, with the FARM near the town, now in the occupation of Mr. George Procter. The new line of road now forming between Bridgend and Cow- bridge, will, when completed, be of considerable advantage to this House, as Bridgend will then become the great thoroughfare, and in consequence materially add to the number of travellers vi. siting the town, thereby increasing the business of the principal Inn. The land is of the very best description, and particularly adapted for yielding produce for the consumption of the House. The entry on the Farm will be from the 25th of March, and the House the 1st of May, 1832. For further particulars apply to Mr. John Randall, Land Agent, Ynislais Cottage, Neath, Glamorganshire. ¿O: THE TURTLE DOVE. A rR-" Jessy of Dumblain." As lonely I sat on a calm summer's morning, To breathe the soft incense that flow'd on the wind I mu,'d on my boots in their bright beauty dawning, By Warrel¿'s Jet Blacking-lhe pride of mankind. In their bright jetty gloss, ev'ry feature divinely Was shewn, and appear'd with rich lustre to glow; No high-polish'd glass could have sbewn them so finely, As ii'armi's Jet Blacking, the pride,if the beau. On a maple-tree near sal a turtle bewailing, Willi sorrowing cooings, the loss of her love Ench note that she utter'd seem'd sadness exhaling, And plaintively echo'd around the still grove. When lo 1 ill my boots the lone mourner perceived Her form, and snppos'd that her lover was iliere Even I, that the vision was real, haJf believed- The Blacking reflected her image so clear. She hover'd around, at the figure still gazing- Anxiety seem'd but to heighten her woe: She perch'd ,11 the boot with a courage amazing, And tomi-ied the vision thaI blootula in its glow. How wild were her cries, when the fairy illusion She found but a cheating and transient shade Like Hope's airy dreams, but a fading delusion,' That shone in the bloom Warren's Blacking display'if. I pitied the dove, tor my bosom was tender- I pitied the strain that she g,lve to the wind But I ne'er shall forget the superlative splendour Of Warren's Jet .Mucking—i\\e pride of mankind. This Easif-shining and Brilliant BLACKING, prepared by Robert Warren, 30, Strand, London; Sold by J. Williams, Cambrian Office, Swansea, and by the following Agents SWANSEA. CARDIFF. LLANELLY. Edmoild Vachell Burgess Walters Morgan Bowtn and Co. Jenkins Jenkins Hughes. Griffiths Brown XIDWELLY. Evans Lucas Evans. Heyuoti Purdo LLANDOVERY. Rees Thomas Davies Johns Hopkins Goulstone. Williams John uprER SOLVO. Jones Rowland Thos. Bevan. Phillips James. NEWPORT. Wills. lIlERTIIYH. Jones NEATH. Evam Lewis Brough Jenkins Morgan Price Stephens Rees Morgan & Gardner Cook Bj-ers Rees Davis and J mes Arniitage Fear Charles Williafns Ellis Lewis Batten. Hyb ert. Howell*. CAERLEON. BRIDGEND. BRECON. Rogers. James Prosser CFIEPSTOW. Evans Ii Williams Brown Hibbert. Lloyd Smith COWRRIDOE. Awbrey • Clark Ballard Vaughan Morris. Johns Davies ABERGAVENNY. Hiscock and Son Thomas. Wyke Llewellyn CARMARTHEN. Baber and Co. Elliot Warren PONTYPOOL. CAERPKILLY. S. Tardrew Williams Jones. Jones. Parry. And sold in everj town in the kingdom. In Bottles, Pots, and Tin Boxes, 6d., 12d., and 18d. each. Be. particular to enquire for WARREN's, 30, STRAND, All others are Counterfeit