LONDON, Nov. 14. rgpFJE Paris journals to Thursday's date have been 1i r'reivcil. Tho. of Wednesday confirm the opi- nion lint the new Ministry had already secured the support or a 'arije mnj.iri'y in (lie Chamber of Depu- ties, and that an increased disposirion was evinced by all parties thai the a Hairs of the East should be ad- justed without resorting to hostilities. The speeches of M. Thiers and M. Guizot, with regard to their foreign policy, are in perfect contrast: the former, as painted Lv himself, stands out from the canvass in all the de- formity which iiiii).trt to incapacity (in the el'ated situation !:e has just ceased to occupy), in respr ct o Eastern a hairs asul die incidents growiii-; out of them, he was a fleet to treat merely to tiiii-I and his resol'-e was to plunge into war the moment when be should have been led to believe that his state of preparedness justified himself in the slightest de- cree, and which period was to have arrived next spring. If thu statement of M. Thiers is calculated to excite disgust, that of M. Guizot will produce satisfaction. It rather broadb. states that war is not deemed proba- ble bv the Government of which lie is a member. M. Guizot and his colleagues are of opinion that the war- like preparations of r ranee already completed are suf- ficient -in other word?, that they rely upon the re- establishment of friendly relations with the Powers parties to the treaty of the 15th of July. The dif- ference between the late and the present Administra- tion," observes a privare Ierfer, "is, that the former considered and endeavoured to render war inevitable, and that the latter regards peace and good feeling as capable of being re-established between France and her neigh bours, and are determined to use all proper means to ensure that result." The Commerce states, that a few days after the installation of the present Cabinet, Marshal Soult sent an officer to Alexandria for the purpose of impressing on the mind of the Pasha of Egypt the necessity of not exceeding the limits of simple defence if he desires that France should inter- fere in his favour to induce the other Four Great Powers to grant to him the hereditary government of Egypt; and informing him, that in the event of his assuming the offensive, the French Government will abandon him to his fate The same Officer, adds the Commerce, takes with him the letters of recal for M. Walewsky. The papers of Thursday contain the fol- lowing Circular, addressed to the French Diplomatic Agents at Foreign Courts by \1. Guizot. After a short preamble stating under what circumstances the Crown had called upon him to take the direction of the ex- ternal relations of the country, M. Huizot then reviews tbeteauingprinciptesof the policy adopted as relates more especially to the Eas ern"question — The policy of the King's Government with respect to the East, as everywhere else, had for its object the pre- servation of peace. Peace is in its eyes the surest, and perhaps the only guarantee for the independence and inte- grity of the Ottoman Empire. It was under this conviction that the King's Goverinent repelled the employment of coercive measures and fo eign assistance to regulate the division of territorial possessions between the Sullan alld the Pacha of Egypt these means appeared even contrary to the object proposed, and calculated to shake the foundation of the Ottoman Empire, and to trouble the peace of Eu- rope, than to strengthen those objects. It considered that a pacific compromise, which could control the pretensions of the different parties, would alone he advantageous to the superior powers of Europe, as well as to those of the east, and that the influence of the European powers exercised with this view ought, sooner 01 later, with equity and pie- serverance to succeed. The King's Government was con- sequently justified in keeping aloof trom the convention, which was signed or the 15th of July, which might for the purpose of arranging a minor affair, give iise to the most serious events in the east. It considered, at the same time as a vigilant guardian of the dignity and interests of France, that it ought to place the nation in a position to maintain its rank, and to encounter the chance which it foresaw and de- plored. Such have been the sentiments of the King's Government in the position which it has taken. It does not disguise fi oin itself, the consequences of the isolated position which it finds itself, and which causes serious inconvenience likewise to all Europe, because every enterprise of a Eu' ropean character is exposed to the chance of remaining im- perfect without the concurrence of France. Bnt if, on the one hand, there exists no doubt of the honour of the con- tracting parties to the treaty of the 15th July, on the other hand, the King's Government could not sacrifice that independent policy which Is suited to the French nation and it confidently expects that, seconded by the wisdom anti firmness of the nation, the King's Goverinent will maintain peace, and be ready for every coniigency. I invite yon, sir, to regulate your language and demeanour in conformity with the views of the King's Government. Make those views be understood on every occasion which may present itself. A policy so consistent with the interests of Eu- ropean order must gain ground acconling as circumstances shall bring it forward. The King's Government will know how to wait for those circumstances. GUISOT." The Ex-Queen Regent of Spain arrivcd in Paris on Sunday, and was in the Palais Royale.-The funds declined slightly on Wednesday on the Paris Bourse, in consequence of the calamitous accounts received from the Provinces of the damage caused by the late dreadful inundations. The intelligence received since our last from Spain possesses considerable interest. The Madrid Junta, pre- viously to its dissolving, drew np an address to Espar- tero, requesting him to dissolve the Senate. To this address Espartero replied, that he was determined to adhere to the constitution of 1837, and would, there- fore, only consent to the re-election of a third part of the members. Seeing the determination of the Re- gency, the Madrid Junto did not persist in their re- qust, but expressed their satisfaction with the re-elec- tion of the third part of the Senate; and the public tranquillity, which was atone time threatened, has thus been fortunately preserved. The Provisional Regency published its programme on the 3d inst. It is signed by all the Ministers, and expresses the most vigorous determination to adhere to the constitution, and to leave to the Cortes the task of proposing and adopting useful reforms. The Speech of the King of the Belgians, upon open- ing of the Chambers, has been received in this country. It dwells upon matters of little interest out of Belgium but it is, however, decidedly pacific. The King says at the commencement:— Gentlemen-M y relations with the different Powers continue to be satisfactory. The circumstances which have occurred to threaten infringement of the harmony existing among the Great States of Europe make me feel more sensibly the value of that good intelligence. The position of Belgium is determ ned by Treaties, and perpetual neu- trality has been solemnly assured to the territory. My Government his neglected no opportunity lor making knowu the importance it attaches to that guarantee. We expel ience on every hand, with satisfaction I declare it, nothing but sentiments of cordially and respect fur the principle in- scribed in our public law. Neutrality is the true basis of our policy. Of this we cannot too strongly feel the convic- tion to maintain it sincerely, faithfully, and firmly, ought to be our constant object."
The Gazette contains the appointment of Lieutenant General Sir Andrew F. Barnard, G.C.B. and G.C.H to be Clerk Marshal to her Majesty the Queen Dow- ager;—also, the Speaker's Warrant for the election of a Member of Parliament for the county of Mayo, in the room of the late Sir William Barbazon ;-also, the official announcement of the further Prorogation of Parliament to the lOTh of December also the fol- lowing List of Retired Rear Admirals transferred to the Active List of Flag Officers of her Majesty's Fteet:- To be Admiral of the White. Si, Roht. Bailow, K.C.B taking rank next afler Admiral Sir L. W. Halsted, G.C.B. Admirals of the Bine.— William Shield, Esq., taking rank next after Admiral Philip Stephens Frederick Watkins, Esq., taking rank nexi after Admiral Sir Geo. Parker, K.C.B. Vice-Admirals of ih>- Red.— D'Arcy Preston. Esq., taking rank nexi after Vice-Admiral Robert Dudlev Oliver; Joseph Batten. Esq., taking' rank next after Vice-Admiral Sir John West, K C.tf. m. y ice-A anurias of the White.— Henry bvans, bsq., taking rink .I nexi alter Vicc-A miral Sir Thomas Baker, K .C B. the Hon. Sir Conrieniiv Boyle, K.C.H., taking rant next after Vice-Ad- miral Henry Evans Georic James Shirley, E*q., taking rank next afler Vil'e-Adrniral Sir E. W. C. R. Owen, K C.B. G.C.H James Keith Shepard, Esq-, taking rank next alter Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Dundas, K.C.B. Vire-Admirals of the Blue—Sir Robert Lewis Fitzgerald, K.C H taking rank next a tier Vice Admiral Rohei t Horn man George Barker, Esq.. laking rank next alter Vice Admiral John Makellur; Henry Gariett, Esq, taking rank next after Vice- Admiial John C. White. Fr< >m the now prevailing opinion that the question of peace or war has been decided in favour of the amicable relations between this country and France, the market for public securities advanced up to yester- day afternoon full I per cent., and that in the face of grfal pressure for in oI¡('.v. From the latter cause, the advanced- prices were not maintained to day, and Consols declined J per cent the closing prices for both Money and Account beinsr 89f Exchequer Bills were a' par; India Bonds, at 15 dis.; Bank Stock at 159 £ India Stoc k, 238 There is not by any means a sanguine expectation entertained by influential moneyed men in the city that the recent advance in the prices of the English stocks can be maintained. I, The difficulties experienced by the Directors of the Bank of England to restrain the exports of the precious metals, or to operate favourably on the foreign ex- changes by a continuance of restrictive measures, are points to which an anxious degree of attention is now drawn. The truth is, that the more cautions speculators are calculating upon a continuous drain of the precious metals, and fhe probability that at (lie opening of flie next session of Parliament it will be found requisite to j raise a new loan to provide for the expenses necessarily occasioned by the increase of the Army and Navy, and the outlay incurred in sending troops, ships, and other munitions of war to Syria, it is further considered certain that France, Holland, and probably Belgium, will in the spring; of next year again become borrovvers of money from this country. Willi a complication of such ad verse circumstances, the Directors of the Bank of England will n t be enabled nlllch fnr'her to extend the present limited amount of accommodation afforded to ths mercantile interests, which are now pressed upon with unusual severity. As much as six and seven per eeni., with commission, has been demanded and paid for first-class paper this week, and should the stocks of the precious metals held by the BalJk of England continue to be diminished, evea more restric- tive measures than have been already resorted to must be adonted to restrain the shipments of gold. It ap- pears by the return of the Weekly Average of the Liabilities and Assets of the Bank of England for the quarter ending on the 10th inst. that in all the items comprised in the statement there has been a decrease. The Circulation has diminished 433.000/ the Deposits 36(i,O(,Ic)l. the Securities 46,3,00')1. and the Bullion 4l6,0iX)Z. The quantity of specie in the coffers of the Bank, according to the present quarterly statement, is but 3.1729,0001.
The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty having signified their opinion that many men may now be ob- tained at the several ports, in consequence of the Baltic traders, whalers, and other ships having returned, and requested that instructions may be given to the officers of the Coast Guard on the coasts of England and Wales, in the Firth of Forlh and Clyde, at Dundee, Montrose, Aberdeen, Cork, Waterford, and Dublin, to use their best means to raise able and ordinary sea- men for the Royal Navy, on the terms and regulations set forth in the instructions forwarded and their Lordships having further requested that the Collectors and Comptrollers of the Revenue at theseverat ports may be desired to give information to the Chief Officers of the Coast Guard, or the officers in charge of the rendezvous where there is one near them, whenever 'hey are of opinion that good seamen may be obtained at any particular port, have issued the following minute Board of Customs, -Vou. 11.—The Officers of the Customs are desired to put themselves in communication with the prin- cipal Officers of the Coast Guard within their district, with the view ot giving effect to the intentions of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty." The workmen in the Royal Arsenal are actively employed in finishing guns for the Caledonia 120-gun ship, commissioned at Plymouth on Monday last, by Captain H. Eden. Thirty-six handsome 32-pounders have already been labelled, and, with the others, are in a forward state. Fifteen of the 32-poutider guns for the Indus 84-gun ship have also been labelled, and, with the others, will be completed with all possible dispatch. The demand for guns from the Royal Arsenal is very great, and fortunately the supply is sufficient to meet any emergency, as the stock on hand is considerable, the country being well prepared in that respect. The following ships have been brought forward for com- mission by the under-named officers :—The Indus, 84 guns, at Portsmoutn, Captain Sir J. Stirling Monarch, 84 guns, at Sheerness, Captain S. Chambers Vernon, 50 guns, at Sheerness, Captain W. Walpole Endynion, 38 guns, at Plymouth. Captain the Hon F. W. Grey; Iris, 28 guns, at Chatham, Captain Hugh Nurse; Pelican, if» guns, at Chatham, Commander C. G. E. Papier; and the Tweed, 20 guns, at Portsmonth, Com- mander H. D. C. Douglas.-Court Journal. Her Majesty and Prince Albert, attended by the Royal suite, and escorted by a detachment of the First Regiment of Life Guards, left Windsor Castle shortly before three o'clock on Friday, and arrived at Bucking- ham Palace at five. The Duchess of Kent and all the other visitors took their departure in the course of the day. The gale of wind WM M P)C>wetJU*Jl,tb«t. shortly before the departure of this Court, fiftti of th#Royal Standard was rent off, and carried-into, tbe Slopes. Her Majesty was received at Buckingham Palace by the Lord Steward, the Master of the Horse, the Vice Chamberlain, and the Clerk Marshal. The Earl of Errol, Lord Melbourne, and the Hon. Col. Cavendish joined the dinner circle and the Band of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards were in attendance during the evening. The Queen has recently attached herself to the me- dical profession, having enrolled her name in the sig- nature book of the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society, and signed the obligation of its Fellows. This honour has only been previously conferred by her Majesty's predecessor, William IV. Parliament was Thursday further prorogued to the 10th of December. The Lord Chancellor, the Marquis of Lansdowne, and Lord Duncannon were the Lords Commissioners. The Commons were represented by the Principal Clerks of the House. The successor to the late Admiral Fleming, as Gov- ernor of Greenwich Hospital, has not yet been deter- mined upon by the Government. Sir Edward Codring- ton is generally mentioned in the best informed circles as the most probable among the many officers who are eligible to the important and valuable appointment. A pamphlet in defence of the Earl of Cardigan having been transmitted by its author to Prince Albert, the following reply was returned, dated Windsor Castle, November 10.—I am commanded by his Royal Highness Prince Albert to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, enclosing a pamphlet which you have written in defence of Lord Cardigan. His Royal Highness, as Colonel of the regiment, not having been culled upon to express any opinion, and not having taken any part in this case, will not patronise any publication written either in defence of the one side or the other. G. E. ANSON." The election of Lord Provost of Edinburgh took place on Tuesday, when Sir John Forrest was chosen by a majority of three over Mr. Adam Black-tbe numbers being, Forrest 17, Black 14. The Hon. East Company have made a munificent gift towards the erection and support of a new Cathe- dral at Calcutta, amounting, according to the Lord Bishop, to 400,0001. This, however, is not more satis- factory than is the explicit declaration, contained in the reply of the Directors to the Governor-General of India in Council, that it is the duty of Government adequately to provide for its civil and military func- tionaries the means and services of our religion. We are extremely happy, observes the Manchester Chronicle, to learn that the temporary suspension of Messrs Johnson, the Irish merchant-bankers, has oc- casioned no embarrasment of the slightest importance to the-r extensive connexions. The Belfast Bank and the Northern Bank, both establishments with numerous branches, and deservedly of the highest credit in the province of Ulster drew on them but both accounts were promptly taken up by Messrs. Smith, Payne and Co., and no inconvenience resulted The difficulty of Messrs. Johnson was occasioned, as we are informed, by the fraud of a confidential clerk of long standing recently admit'ed by them into partnership. Under pretence of purchasing corn in Hamburgh he had ob- tained advances or incurred liabilities to the amount of 90,0001, and appropriated the money to other pur- po-es. Every claim on the house will be discharged in full, and a considerable proportion of the misappro- priated property is stated to he recoverable. In the Vice Chancellor's Court on Tuesday last, his Honour gave judgmentm the long litigated cause of Doyle v. the Earl of Shrewsbury. A bill had been filed by Dr Dovle, as the executor and residuary legatee of the late Hon. tir. Talbot, for the administra- tion of his estate, and also wiih respect to the m..in tenance and education of his two infant children, John Talbot and Augnsta Talbot. iYJr Horace St. Paul (now Sir Horace) the next friend of the infants, also filed a bill for a similar purpose, and the question was, which of those suits was the proper one to be proceeded with, having regard to the interest of all parties To determine this question a reference was directed to the Master, who had reported in favour of that instituted by Dr. Doylc. and against that filed by Sir Horace St. Paul —His Honour the Vice-Chancellor, after hearing "ollnsel at considerable length, decided in favour of the Master's report, and it was accordingly confirmed. A Foreigner, named Rudolph Ohrtman, was fined 20s. and costs at Mary lebone Office on Tuesday, for smoking in one of the Great Western Railway car- riages, contrary to the Company's regulations. A very corpulent lady who belongs to a fashionable coterie, aad who is very fond of waltzing, is known among the gay associates by the cognomen of the great steamer.
ytT A T E D, a M AID SEltVANT of all work, in "V a small family residing in the neighbourhood ol Swansea. I None need apply without having a good character. For addrtss apply to Mr. Williams, Cambrian Office. All letters to be post-paid. To PARESTS and GUARDIANS. j l^rAXTED immediately, a YOUTH, of indus- » v ti ions habits, and who has received a good education, as an APPRENTICE to an OPERATIVE & PH ARM ACL1 TIC A L CHEMIST, residing in one of the principal business thorough- fares in the city of Bath. l or particulars apply to the Printers of this Paper; or lij letter, prepaid, addressed R. B., Cambrian Ollice, Swansea. Gloucester and South Wales Railway Subscription. Commenced in April 183G. A MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS will b« held at the BI LL INN, GI.OUCKSTKK, at twelve o'clock at noon, on lUEsDAY, the 24th Novl"mis!•'[!, to consider the propriety of taking measures lor enforcing the recovery of unpaid Subscrip- lions, and for adopting such other arrangements as ma) then be though advisable. SAMUEL BAKER, Treasurer. Notice to the Public. GENERAL POST-OFFICE, 12th Nov. 1843. ON and from the 20th instant, the COMMISSION chargeable for MONEY ORDERS will be REDUCED, on Suiiis not exceeding Two Pounds, from Sixpence to Three- pence, and on Siiins above Two Pounds, aud not exceeding Five I Pounds, from One Shilling and Sixpence to Sixpence. By Command, W.L.MABERLY. Secretary. NOTICE. IF GEORGE STONE, who is supposed to he re- siding somewhere in Smith Wales, will write a letter to his Sister (directed for her at the White Lion Tavern, Deansgate, Manchester), and inform her where he is to he found, she will be very thankful, as she has something particular to communicate to him. The said George Stone is now in the Farming line, and under- taker of Excavations, Roadmakirig, &c., and has several men in his employ. SWANSEA TURNPIKE TRUST. NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising at the several TOLL GATES upon the TURNPIKE- ROADS within ibis DISTRICT, will be LET by AUCTION, to the best bidder, at the GI'II.DHALL, in SWANSEA, on THURS- DAY the third day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of twelve and two. in the manner directed by the Act passed in the third year of the reign of his Majesty King George the Fourth, for regulating Turnpike Roads which Tolls produced in the last letting jESOHO per anNiuii above the expences of collecting them, and will be put up at that sum. Whoever happens to be the best bidder must, at the same time, give security, with sufficient sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said District, for payment of the rent agreed on, at such times and by such instalments as they shall direct. J. GROVE, Clerk to the Trustees. Dated the 30th day of October, 1S40. WICH TREE BRIDGE TRUST. NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising at the TOLL GATE on the WICH TREE BRIDGE, near Morriston, in the county of Glamorgan, will be LET by AUCTION, to the best bidder, at tbe GUILDHALL, in SWANSEA, on THURSDAY, the third day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of twelve and two, iu the manner directed by the Act passed in the third year of the reign of his Majesty King George the Fourth, for regulating Turnpike ROlld. which Tolls produced in the last letting £ 398 per annum above the expenses of collecting them, and will be put up at that sum. Whoever happens to he the best bidder mast, at the same time, give security, with sufficient sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said District, for payment of the rent agreed on, at such times and by such instalments as they shall direct. J. GROVE, Clerk to the Trustees. Dated the 30th day of October, 1840. GLAMORGANSHIRE. NEATH TURNPIKE TRUST. NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising »t tbe several TOLL GATES within this DISTRICT will be LET by AUCTION, to the best bidder, at the TOWN-HALL, in the towoof NEATH, on WEDNESDAY, the 2d day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of twelve and two, in the manner di. rected by the Act passed in the third and fourth years of the reign ot his late Majesty King George the Fourth, for regula- ting Turnpike Roads;" which Tolls were let last year for the sum of i:)400, and the Tolls will be pot up at such sum. Whoever happens to be the best bidder must, at the same time, Plly one month in advance of the rent at which such Tolls may be let (if required), and give security, with sufficient sureties to the saliafaction of the Trustees of the itaid dintriet, for pe#m*at of the rent monthly, or in such other proportions as sball be directed. The Tolls will be let for one or more years as the Commissioners shall then decide, and the taking commence from the sixth day of January next. By order of the Trustees, ALEXANDER CUTHBERTSON, Clerk. Neath, 28th October, 1840. GAME UST.—SOUTH WALES. THIRD PUBLICATION. PERSONS who have obtained GAME CERTIFI- CATES for the Year 1S40. List (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATES, at f4 Os. 10d. each. Ball, Major W. H., Llwyny. Morgan, Thomas, Llandilo brain ——, Henry John, Abercolby Bradly, Edw., ten., Treguff- -———, Leyson, Ynisarweth place Thomas, Swansea Busk, Hans, Grenalder Lewis, Hafod Morse, Thomas, St. Hilary Calland, Frederick, Swansea Mylne, Robt. Wm., Doldowlod Cameron, N. P., Danygraig Cockburn, Sir W. R., Bart., Owen, Thomas, Swansea DownioD Court Oliver, David, Rhydoldog Cole, Frederick R., Woodlands Palfrey, Thos., jon., Rhayader Davies, Morgan, Cwm Ivor Peel, William, Taliaris Richard, Taliaris Pearce, Rev. P., Lanmadock David, William, Lanley Price, R. W., Williamsiield ■i Evan, Taff Vale William, St. Atbans Powell, Rhys D., Killebebill Evans, Thos., Llwvnbaried Place Evan, Cwmbycban David, Erwvach Rees, John, Penlan Edwards, Wm., Gwernygerwn Thomas, Ganlyn Lewis, Bediinog Rice, Morgan, Baileyglase John, Glangwilly Roberts, Robert, Gilvach Eden, Rodney, Swansea Entwisle, Colonel, Crossways Stephens,Peter, Lower Harpton John, Berbow Gregory, John, Swansea Smith, Chas. H., Gwernllwyn- George, Wm., Carmarthen with Griffiths, Benjamin. Glanlaff Spooner, Charles, Norton Thomas, Walton Shutt, John, Fronyvelin Haynes, Thomas, Cascob Tickell, Lieut. Edward, Cow- Hewett, Capt., Tylmabellis bridge Hopkins, Henry, Tygwyn Thomas, Titus, Newcastle —— Edward, Leclifaen Jenkins, Thomas, Pentyrch ———— Francis, Mertbvr Jones, David, Mile-end Cottage ———— Deburgh, Lanblethiaq George, Green Castle ———— William, Lan Henry, Plasnewydd Charles, Morristown ——, John, Llangeler George, Swansea William, Cislanog Verity, George, Bridgend Lewis, George, Gwerncynnidd Loyd, James, Laudebie Walters, Evan, Meirdymawr Williams, Rees, Evenjobb May, Thos. Henrv, Oakwood R. M Meisiddbirion lVlathew, Henry, Cefnpott J. H., Dult'rynlrwd Martin, Tboinas, Lanvaes livan, Lantwit Meddins, Saml., jun., Rhayader Whittaker, John A., Newcastle Morris, William, Carmarthen Court List (2) GAMEKEEPERS, not being Assessed Servants, at £ 4 Os. lOd. each. Lucas, John, Holmes—appnintnd by James Watt, Esq., for the Manors of Uchoed, Iscoed, Rhy slin, and Soutb- neiihen. Timms, Thomas, Harpton- by the Right Hon. T. F. Lewis, for Radnor Borough, Manor of Radnor, Foren, and the Lordship of Lanwenny. Williams, Thomas, Bigian-by Howel Gwyn, Esq., for Briton Ferry, Baglan, and Freehold Lands in Gla- morgan. List (3) GAMEKEEPERS, being Assessed Servants, at £ 1 7s. (id. each. Jones, Edward, Cwmtoyddwr-appoinled by Hugh Powell Evans, Esq., for the Manor of Cwmtoyddwr. Morris. James, Glanrh-,dw- by John Edward Saunders, Esq., for his Lands. Rees, David, Tregib—b\ John Gwvnne Hughes, Esq., for the Cninmot of Iskennen. Smith, Thomas, Henllp-by William Jones, Esq., for Cilycwm, Llanwmted, Llanfuirybryn, Cayo, Llanilingat, Llansawel, Llandilo-fawr, and Llanwrda. PENALTIES.—The Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes hereby Notice, that every person laking. killing, or pursuing Gallle without lirsl obtaining a Ce tificate, incurs a penalU of j620, and is also liable to be surcharged in double the amount of the Certiticate Duty. Any person in pursuit of Game refusing, on being duly required to produce his Certificate, or to permit ilie same to be read, or a copy thereof to be taken, or refusing to declare his true name and place of residence, also incurs a prnnlly Gamekeepers are desired to take notice that a Ceriiiinale at the rate of £ 1 7s. (id. will not authorize any person to kill Game be\ ond the limits of the Manor for which he is deputed; and, in order that a Certificate at such rate of Duty ma* protect a Gamekeeper, it is requisile, not only that he should be deputed bv some Lord or Lady of a Manor or reputed Manor, but also that such deputa- lion should be registered with the Clerk of the Peace, or the GaMekeeper will be liable to be surcharged in double the duty of 94 Os. IOd., and also to be prosecuted by any common informer for the penalty 01 £2(1. It is the intention of the Commissiollers of Stamps and Taxes to publish in a separate List the names and residencell of all persons surcharged in double Duty for sporting without certificates. Made up to November 14, 1840. By order of the Board. CHAS. PRESSLY, Stamps and Taxes. Secretary, Published this day, PAPERS on IlxON and STEEL, Practical and Experimental with copious illustrative Notes and Ana- lyses of the principal Coals used in the manufaclure of Iron in England and Wales. By DAVID MUSHET, Esq. In one large oclaio volume, with Plates, price 30s. John YNeale,51.), High Hoiborn. COMPLETE IN SIX VOLUMES^ Now ready, price 8s. in cloth, lettered, the SIXTH and LAST VIILUME of l^ILSON'S TALKS of the BORDERS, and of V ? SCOTLAND. The mcst amusing collection of triles ext-,int. Dundee Cmirisr. "These tales are intensely interesting."—Manchester Advertiser. "Tbeyareol a very superior order, anil form one of llie most (le li-hifal pnblii ations ot the day."— lAoerpool Standard. John Sutherland, Ldinburgh R. Groomuridge, London; and John Cum:tiing, Dublin of whom niav be had a He-Issue of the above work, in Weekly Numbers Mid Monthly Parts. Great aeuuetion in Insurance on Farming* Stock. r3"|HE FARMERS' AND GENERAL FIRE and H LIFE INSURANCE, LOAN and ANNUITY INSTI- TUTION. Empowered by Act of Parliament. Olliees, No. 23, Ntrfotk.street. Strand. Capital, 500,000/ in 50,00i) Shares of 101. eacli.-Depo, t, it. per Share. HONORARY DIRECTORS. His ixrace the Duke of Rutland, a Trustee of the Royal Agri- cultural Society of England. The Right Hon. the Earl of Stradbroke, a Governor of the Ro^al Agricultural Society of England. The Right Pon. tile Earl of Coventry. The Risiht lion. Earl Ducie, Vice President of the Royal Agri- alA/lural Societv of England. The Right Hon the Earl of Stair. Lord Kayleigh, a Governor of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. Sir T. B. Lethbridge, Hart.—Somersetshire West. William Miles, Esq., M. P., a Governor and Member of the Council of the Royal Agricultural Society of England-So- mersetshire East. I Lieot.-Cot. North-Oxfordshire, J-W. Fane, E>q. — Oxfordshire. J. J. Farquharson, Esq., a Governor of the Royal Agricultural Society of England — Dorsetshire. J.J. Horlock, Esq.— Gloucestershire West. T. E. H. Hele Phipps, Esq.-South Wiltshire. The Hon. Henry St. John-,Gloucestershire. Sir T. Baring, Bart., a Governor of the Royal Agricultural So- ciety of England — Hants. K. Hoskins, Esq.— Herefordshire. Rev. L. Penoue-Herefordsbire. Sir J.B. Mill, Bart.—Hams. Sir R. Jarvis, Bart.-South Hants. W. L. Bruges, Esq., M. P., a Governor of the Royal Agricultural Society o. England—Wiltshire North. R. Throckmorton, Esq., a Governor of the Royal Agricultural Society of England—Berkshire. Sir R. Simeon, Bwrt.—Isle of Wight. And Twenty other Members of Parliament and Gentlemen. In order to carry out eft'ectually the objects of the Legislature, in repealing the Duty on the Insurance of Farming Stock, and to induce Farmers generally to Insure, a charge of only Is. 3d. per cent, with the average clause, and Is 9d. without the avernge clause, is made. COMMON INSURANCE.- Private Houses and Shops, no; hazardous, Is. 6d. per cent. Hazardous, 2s. 6d. per cent — Doubly hazardous, subject to special agreement -Fire Insurances may be effected for a longer term than one ve-.r, at Reduced Rates, by payment in advance.—The Premiums for Insurance of Lives are npon an equally moderate scale of charge. Applications for Shares, Proposals for Insurances, &c., may be forwarded to the Agents in their respective Districts, or to the Office in London. W. SHAW, Managing Director. AGENTS. Brecon Mr. W. Price, of Gaer, Brecon. Cardiff Mr. T. Watkins. Cowbridge Mr. E. Bradley. Swansea Mr. T. Attwood. Carmarthen Mr. T. F. Tho mas. Llandilo-Fawr Mr. J. L. Thomas. Lampeter Mr. 1). Morgan. Crickhowell Mr. J. Pratt. Newtown, Llanidloes Mr. R. Powell. Hereford Mr. J. W, Maddy. Ross Mr. J. Smith. Bromyard Mr. W. James. Monmouth Mr. W. Metcalf. Abergavenny Mr. R. Gabb. Hav Mr G. Edge. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Life and Fire ssurance, Trust and itstitutiong 6, King William Street, City, and 7, St. Martin's Place, Trafalgar Square. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. ONE-TENTH of the eiitire profits of this Institu- tion will be applied to the relief of Distressed and Aged Clergymen, and the Widows and Orphans of Clergymen, who may be recommended by the Bishops, or by the Clergy of their respective Localities. PATRONS. His Grace the Duke of Beaufort. The Right Reverend the Lord Bisbop of Worcester. The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Oxford. The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol. The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of St. David's. The Hilthl Rev. the Lord Bishop of Jamaica. The Right Rev. and the Lord Bishop of Chichester. HONORARY DIRECTORS. Samuel Baker, Esq., Lypiatt Park, Gloucestershire. Robert Bodle, Esq., Woolston Hall, Essex. Rev. B. S. Claxson, D.D., Gloucester. Rev. J. (5. Fynes Clinton, Rectory, Cromwell. Sir C. Belbell Codrington, Bart. C. W. Codrington, Esq., M.P. Rev. C. Cole, Peterbead. Rev. A. G. Cornwall, Asbcroft House, Kingsoote, Stroud. Sir R H. Conliffe, Bart., Acton Park, Wrexbain. Rev. John J. Dimock, Rector of Uppingham, Rutland. Rev. J. Dudley, Bromyard. Rev. John Dolphin, Bath, Rector of Pebmarsh, &c. Hon. and Rev T. Erskine, Beighlon Vicarage, Sheffield. Rev. W. R. Evans, Kingsland Rectory, Leoraioster. Rev. Evan Evans, Dattermore. Ruthin. j Richard Fothergill, Esq., Lowbridge House, Kendal. Rev. W. Gray, Braflferton, Boroughbridge. Joseph Halford, Esq., Cbarlemont Hall, Staffordshire. E. G. Hallewell, Esq., Long Court, Siroud. H. T. Hope, Esq., M.P. Thomas Holt, Esq., Registrar to the Bishop of Gloucester. Rev. Robert Harrison, Temple, Sowerby, Rev. Henry Hope, Rector of Christon, Somerset. Dr. Hoskins, Guernsey. The Very Rev. the Dean of Jersey. Rev. W. Mayd, Withersfield, Cambridgeshire. Joseph Neeld, Esq., M.P. John Neeld, Esq., M.P. Rev. H. Nevill, Cottesmore, Rutland. Archdeacon Newcom, Cloisters, Ruthin. Rev. W. Palmer, D.D., Vicar of Yarcombe, Devon. Rev. Sir George Prevost, Bart. Hon. and Rev. A. Perceval, Chaplain to her Majesty. Alexander Pringle, Esq., M.P. M. R. Scott, Esq., 17, Devonshire-place. Rev. James Shirley, Frettenham Rectory, Norwich. J. M. Shiplon, Esq., Gloucester. Rev. H. T. Tucker, Upottery Vicarage, Devonshire. Rev. Thomas Tvrwhitt, Whitchurch. Rev. W. Walion, F.R.S., Alleuheads, Northumberland. W. Preston While, Esq., Cork. J. R. Winckworth, Esq., Buckingham-street, Strand. DIRECTORS. William Sloane, Esq., Chairman, 37, Wimpole-street. Major Adair, Sen., United Ser- John M'Clure, Esq., 8, Broad. vice Club. street-buildings. J.'Anderson, Esq., of Dunesslin. M. N. Macdonald, Esq., W.S., Wm. Camp Cr:ine, Esq 12, Edinburgh. Coptball Court. Capt. Macdougall, Fir Grove, Robert Kave Greville, |Esq., North Brixton. LL. D. George Sloane, Esq., Temple. Benj Jackson, Esq., 28, Gor- Adam Urquhart,Esq..Advocate, don-street, Gordon-square. Edinburgh. Rev. H.J. Knapp, 62, Morti- Sir Win. White, 15,St. James's- mer-slreet. square. SOLICITOR. Edward M. Elderton, Esq., 40, Queen-street, Blooinsbnry. ADVANTAGES OF THE INSTITUTION, A large paid-np Capital, at all times available.—An influential Proprietary -Rates of Premium as low as are consistent with secority —Premiunfs payable either Annually, Half-yearly, or Quarterly, or in one sum, or in a limited number of pll\ll1e/l18.- Age admitted in the Policy.—Unopposed Probates of the Dio- cesan Courts held sullicient to entitle claimants to recover the amount of Policies.- A Board of Directors sit daily, to enable parties to effect Insurances with the least possible delay.— Po- licies purchased on Liberal Terms. Medical Men remunerated in all Cases for Iheir Reports.— Testamentary and all other 'Trusts executed.— Endowments and Annuities, Immediate and Deferred, granted on a liberal scale. FIRE.—The Premiums for Assurance against Fire charged at the usual moderate Rates; and the Residences and Furniture of Clergymen insured ten per cent. lower -Policies transferred without expense. Various other advantages are offered, which Rre explained in the Prospectus, to be had of the Company's Agents. TABLE OF RATES. ASCENDING SCALE. Age. First Seven Sec. Seven Third Seven Proht. Profit. Years Ye[irs Years_ £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. 20 I 17 4 1 13 11j 1 2 0 1 13 0 2 4 0 30 2 6 10 2 2 71 1 8 0 2 2 0 2 16 0 40 3 3 6 2 17 8 1 19 0 2 18 6 3 18 0 50 4 13 4 4 4 11 3 0 2 4 10 3 6 0 4 The necessary forms and information mav be obtained by ap- plication to BENJAMIN JACKSON, Managing Director, 6 King William Street, Citv. A liberal Commission allowed to Solicitors and Agents. AGENTS. Swansea Mr. Henry Bevan. Cardiff Mr. E. Leyshon, St. Mary's-street. Carniarthen. Mr. J. P. Brodrihb. Waterloo-terrace. Pembroke Mr. R. C. Treedukes, Chemist, &o. Ouhwood and A rgOlrl Iron and Coal Company IV"OTICE is hereby given, that Application is in- xtended to be made to Parliament, in (lie next Session, for leave to bring in a Bill to incorporate a Company, bv the name or style ol 'J lie Oakwood and Ar^oeii iron and Coa! Couipair. or to enable the said Company lo sue and be sued iu the n.une of the Manager, or other officer, or one of t!:e Directors thereof; and to grant other powers and pi ii ilexes to the said Company.— Dated this 5lli day of November, tl-l' W. S. M)UTI!HOUSE, 4, Parliament-street, II lid 2, Storey's Gate, Westminster, Agent for ilie Bill. The Cambrian Coal Owners Society. 4 METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION r\ of WELSH COAL OWN ERS is in progress of format ion for the encollragement and protection of tbe Wtisli roat Trade, and especially to adopt sucn measures.us shall he found necessary to afiord a satisfactory test ol the superior quality of most of the Weish Coal Veins. A General Meeting of Members will be held in Lontioi) to consider and determine the plan, of wh:ch due notice will be given. Further information on application to W. H. Barber, Esq., 21, Tokentiouse-y.trd, Lo hbury, Loodon. SWANSEA. TO BE LET. Ftl R XISHED. With immediate possession. t First-class HOUSE, situated on the Unrrows, Swansea, Glamorganshire, containing a drawing-room, dining and breakfast-rooms of large dimensions, liousekeeper's- room, nine bedrooms, kitch^i, cellars, pantries, &c Coachhouse a™ Stable if required. Apply to Mr. John Davies, Post-office, Swansea. Letters to I be prepaid. G LA M ORG AN SHI RE—South Wales. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, TItE very eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE, called GLANBHANE, Comprising an excellent MANSION-HOUSE, and requisite Offices attached, together with a DEMESNE & FIVE FARMS, comprising in the whole Gol Acres, in a ring-fence. This property presents a most eligible opportunity for invest- ment, as it embraces the comforts of a desirable Residence in a country where it is diiffcult to obtain one. Manv of the Farm- Buildings have been recently erected, and the whole are in good repair. The Estate is nearly equi-distant from the market-towns and ports of Ne'^|b and Swansea, and little more than a mile from the London and^Ylilford mail -coach road, and commands beautiful and extensive land and sea views. Timber to be taken at e valuation, and Minerals reserved. In the reservation however of the latter, especial care and attention has been paid to the interests of the owner and occupier of the surface. For particulars apply to the proprietor, Capt. Jones, at Glan- brane, near Neath; or to W. H. Frampton, Esq., Solicitor, Gray's Inn, London. Eligible opportunity for Prisons desirous (If embarlling in the Wholesale, and Retail Wine and Spirit Trade. CARDIFF, Gtamorganhire. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, ,4 N old-established HOL^SE in the Wholesale and Retail SPIRIT and WINE TRADE, in the improving seaport and market-town of CARDIFF, discontinued on account of the death of the late Proprietor, who had carried on the trade (chiefly us a ready money business) in the same premises for nearly fifly IleafS. The stock has been reduced very low. A portion of the Furniture to be taken at a valuation. For further particulars apply to Mr. Thomas Dalton, Attornev- at-law, Cardiff. GLAMORGANSHIRE. ADAM MURRAY and SONS ARE INSTRUCTFD TO SELL BY AUCTION, At theMACKWORTH-ARMS INN, in the borough and seaport town of Sw A NSEA.On SATURDAY, the 19th day of DECEM BER, HHO, A Most desirable FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD ESTATE, containing 76A. 3R. 3lP. of rich Arable, Mea- dow, Pasluie, and Wood Land, lying in detached parcels, situate at Oystermouth and Newton, within a few miles of Swansea. This valuable properly will he sold in 18 lots, and is most in- viting to purchasers who wish to possess themselves of small snng property to build upon, and which commands a fine prospect of nearl" all Gower the Bay of Swansea, and opposite Coast of Somerset and Devon, with excellent situations for sea-batbing. Printed Particulars and Plans will be ready for delivery in November next; and for further information apply to Mr. Framp- ton, Gray s Inn, and Adam Murray and Sons, Land Agents, 47, Parliament-street. For Coughs, Colds_Asthmas, (kc. POWELL'S COUGH ELECTUARY, or Grand P Restorer of the right Tone of tbe Lungs, affords suob speed v relief in dry teasing winter coughs, as will at once please and astonish. It is so admirably calculated to open, cleanse, heat, and comfort the breast and relieve the lungs when painful with coughing or oppressed with thick phlegm, by its balsamic and pectoral virtues, that many despairing agod asthmatic persons, who were strangers to ease or comfort, and could neither nttend to business nor lie down in bed, through a laborious cough and difficult respiration, have, after taking one pot of the above pec- toral medicine, been perfectly cured. Sold by Barclay and Sons, Farringdon-street, London, sole Wholesale Agents, and whose names are engraved on the stamp; and retail bv J. Williams. Cambrian Office; Swansea and by the principal Venders of Medicine in the United Kingdom, in pots at 9d. and Is. t. each. FOR THE HAIR. PRICE'S GOLDEN OIL is the only article that restores the Hair on bald places; prevents Hair falling off or turning grey changes Grey Hair to its original colour, frees it from scurf, and makes it beautifully soft, curly, and glossy. For dressing the Hair en Bandeaux, and confining the short loose hairs on the neck, so annoying to most Ladies, it stands one- qualled. Ladies are requested to ask for PRICE'S Golden Oil," with 28, Lombard-street, on the Label, as many hairdressers sell a spurious imitation, which Destroys the colour as well as the growth of the Hair. 3s. 6d., 7s., and 10s. 6d. per bottle.— The Genuine is sold (in London) only by Her Majesty's Perfumers, PRICE and Co., 28, Lombard-street. BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. The greatest of all female attractions is a white and delicate Skin. No o her attribute of beauty wins so much upon the eye, and excites general admiration; and no invention so truly possesses the power of bestowing the fascination of a 'beautiful skin as PRICE and CO'S ABERNETHYS SPECIFIC, which is odoriferouslv pleasant to the olfactory nerves, imparts to the hands. face, and neck, a cooling and re- freshing feeling, while it successfully opposes, with its bland and soothing influence, the injurious effects produced by intense cold winds, or the scorching rays of the sun. Mothers in nursing find it a welcome aoxiliary. Depots in London, 28, Lombard. street; 68,Cornhill; and Messrs. Newbery and Sons, St. Paul's Church Yard-Ask for Price and Co's Abernelhv's Specific for the Complexion. TO FAMILIES. It should be generally known to parents that the Essence used in scenting the common Alkaline Soap, falsely called Almond Soap," is the rankest poison extant a drop of it taken internally would produce instant death. PRICE and Co.'s PATENT ALMON D OIL SOAP is composed wholly of the Vegetable Oil of Jordan Almonds, which do not contain an atom of the scent it stands unequalled for chapped hands, the delicate skin of ladies, and above all, for the washing of infants, and gentlemen haviug tender faces or strong beards will find it a great luxury in shaving. Sold in packets of six squares, price 2s. 6d., at the Manufactory, 28, Lombard-street. Purchasers are requested to notice rRICE and Cu's signature in Red Ink, affixed to each packet, as some shopkeepers offer a counterfeit, iujurious to tbe Skin, when the genuine is asked for. FOR THE TOILET. PRICE'S CAMPHOR SOAP.-Camphor is one of the most powerful remed es in Medicine, and is used both externally and internally; in solution it is used in cases of external pain or spasm, in which case it acts like a charm in conlagious dis- orders it is also a strong antiseptic. This Soap, therefore, is an excellent article for the Toilet, as it contains more Camphor, by reason of a peculiar process, than any other. Price Is.. Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. PRICE & CO'S VICTORIA BOUQUET, the delicious fra- grance of which has rendered it an especial favourite with HER MAJESTY, and stamped by the lovers of elegant scents as the most unique and superior ever discovereH. So highly is it va- lued, and so fashionable has it become, that there is scarcely an assembv room or levee where its delicious fragrance is not pre- dominant. 3s.Gd.and 7s. per bottle. S H A V IN G, Heretofore a painful, is now rendered a pleasurable operation bv 41 PXICES RYPdPHAGON," an infallible spe- cific for allaying the smarting irritability of the skin, producing a rich creamy lather, with soft, hard, or sea water, which, all other shaving soaps, will not dry on the face This IiOllp is so superior to anv other for Shaving, that mauy persons are hasel) deceiving Ihe public by selling spurinusi iiiitatinns. The genuine is sold in London only ai the Manufactory, 28, Lo :ibard-slreet. Ask 'or PRICE'S UYP01>HAG<>N," price Is. per square. CAUTION. — Air. PRICE (of the linn of Price and Co., 28, Lombard-street (the only surviving p rtner of I he late firms of Price and Gosnell, and Patev, Bulls, Price, and Co ) cautions merchants, shippers. &c. against the manoeuvres of individuals illee;all,v stding themseh..s Price anol Gosnell These pt'r- sons never were in partnership, nor in any connected with the abo» e lirms. olherw se llirin lis ser> ants in the employ of Mr. Price's bite firm of Price and Gosnell." Pit [CL? & CO'S Old Br,vii %N'iti,isor, Altii,-nd Oil Soal), Cold Cream, Queen's Perfume. &c., so muoli admired in the lirst circles of Fashion, bear a label with 28," Lombard-streel, in its centre, and the signatuie of PRICE & CO." ill Red Ink, without which rone are Genuine. PRICE AND COS PERFUMERY, celebrated SOAPS BRUSHES, Ike., are to he had Genuine in London on).,ttt))eiri Establishment, 28, Lombard strcet, IInd of their Agents in all the Cilies and Towns of Europe, Asia, Afiica, and America. To prevent disappointment, and ensure punctuality, all orders are requested to be directed 10 Price and Co., Morit- pellier House, 28, Lombard-street, London." The Genuine is Sold bv Mrs. MORGAN, Perfumer, Swansea H. bite and Sons, and Mrs. Evans, Cross, Carmarthen; Tie- weeks, Pembroke; Perkins. Haverfordwest; Davis, N alb Duncan, and Jones, Druggists, Brecon Phillips, and Edwards, Druggists, and Ewins, Perfumer, Cardiff; Hopkins, Perfomer, Newport; Taylor. Chepstow Morgan, Llandilo Morgan, Drug- gist, Merthvr Price, Chemist, Bridgend; M'Cartbv, Chemist, Cardiff; and wholesale and retail, by J. WILLIAMS, Cambrian- Office, Swansea. SJiLUirS GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS I ff have, through the notoriety of their great efiicacv, become ;he only medicine in general use, for the cure of those dreadfully painful diseases, Gout, Rheumatic Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, •Sciatica, 'lit- Doloieux, Pains in tile Head ami ("ace, frequenllv mistakin for the 'Tooth-ache, and all analogous complaints. The recent testimonial of Lirut. Makers (of Hawlev, near Bagshot), 1 ite ot the Royal Newfoundland Veteran Companies, who was invalided home bv a Garrison order, together with the numerous cet f ifirhtes wlucli have been published from persons in every station of life, from all parts of tbe empire, particularly those of the Re\ Di Llomberg, the ChevaiterDeiaCarde.&c.demonstrate this preparation to be one of the greatest discoveries in medicine, Sold by Thomas Proul, 229, Strand, London; and by his ap- j pointment by J. Williams, Cambrian Ofhce.Jenkins.DaMe Strick, and C. T. Wilson, Druggist. Swansea; Morgan, Merthvr- i y d y i I I h j ] i ips, t ard; tj Go lo stone, Llando ver v Fa rrer, M o n- m r; 1111 /.lorgan, Abergavenny N\ slliamt, Newport; Williams, Brecon; and all respectable Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom. Price 2s. 'id. per box Ask for Blair s Gout and Rhemnitic Pills, and observe the ?,lue and address of "Tho:nasPrnu'. 221), Strand, London," impressed lIptil the Gov eminent Stamp dlixed to each box of the Genuine .Medicine. SIMPSON'S PILLS, THE BEST FOR INDIGESTION. SIMPSON'S NEW ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS.- Price 2s. 9d. for undue Bi!e, Sensation of Fulness after Eating, Acidity of the Stomach, habitual Costiveness. Piles, Pain", Giddiness, and Termination ol blood to the Head, Drops y | Riiea- matic Gout, violent Head; che, Female Complaints, and a certain remedy for cleansing and strengthening the Stomach, on which the health principally depends. I. Bile is produced by the liver, and is much misrepresented, frr a proper quantity of this essential fluid is necessary to health) and in its best sense means nothing ofi nsive. 2. Indiyestion is produced by weakness and irritability of the stomach; in many persons it is natural, for females are most subject to it, though they are the most temperate; in others it is brought 011. 3. Thousands are seeking relief by taking Antibilious Pills composed of strong purgativ es, wl en, by repetition, they weaken the stomach, thereby inciease nervous debility of the system in some cases affecting the brain, for there is powerful'sympa'thv between it and the stomach, and nothing can be more injurious than often violently agitating the system. 4. W hen t! e stomach has become weak and irritable (no matter from what cause) it will not digest food, for vegetables ferment and are windy, animal food becomes rank and pa.rid, and the best meat the most so: thus had cbyie is produced 5. Bad clivie on the stomach, and the liver not performing its regular functions, then you have offensive bile (call it undue bile), this being ab-orhed into the system makes the complexion to be sallow, and makes terrible work of the whole machine. 6. The New An ibilious Pills are a most excellent medicine for indigestion they cleanse and strengthen the stomach, give healthy action to file li\ er to regularly secrete bile, thereby the complexion is cleared also gently open the bowels, which causes a bealthr determination to the skin, and lessens irritation in tbe system, which improves the health. 7. I alllo particularly recommend these pills to persons of cos- tive habits (of both sexes i, who take a purgative medicine occa- sionally. They will find these very superior, as they act on the only true principle to effectually relieve them, by gently moving the bowels, and regularly secrefmg the bile, not violently carrying it off, that it may lubricate the respective parts, and next day they will find themsehes stronger on account of the tonic properties, and the body cool, not weakened and irritated, as after taking a common purgative medicine. A PAMPHLET is given with each box of the New Antibilioas Pills. AGENTS :-Mr. J. Williams, Cambrisn Office, Swansea; G. Phillips, Cardiff; Hayward and Hunt, Ncalh; Lisler,Cowbridge Davies, Merthvr; Jenkins, Dovvlais; Broom, Llaneilv Evans, Carmarthen; Morgan, Llandilo; Perkins, Haverfordwest; H. Williams, Newport; W. P. Williams, Chepstow; Jons, Tre- degar; and Messrs. Sutton & Co., Bow Cburch-vard, London. FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA. THE ditrerentingredientscontaine-din FRANKS'S i. SPECIFIC SOLUTION of COPAIBA, are those ad- vised by the most practical and scientific in the profession, but, by a peculiar chemical process 80 compounded that each drug greatly increases the efficacy ef the other. This invaluable Medicine is recommended in the public and private practice of Sir Astley P. Cooper, Bart., F.R.S. Sir Benjamin Brodie, Bart., F.R.S., Joseph Henry Gretn, Esq., F.R.S. Bransby B. Cooper, Esq., F.R.S. Members of the Councilor tlae Royal College of Surgeons, Lon- don, and many other highly dis inguished members of the medical profession, by whom it is deemed the only Specific for the cure of those diseases to which it is more immediately applicable. The testimony of these gentlemen cannot fail to convince every reflecting mind that FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA, is not only in every essential what it professes to be, but is con- sidered a most valuable addition to those legitimate and adopted medicines daily prescribed by the faculty. FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA is proved to be the most effectual, safe. and speedy remedy for the cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleets, all Urethral Discharges, Fluor Albus, Spas- modic Stricture, Irritation of the Kidneys, Bladder, Urethra, and Prostrate Gland its purifying effects upon the general health renders it particularly applicable in all cases of relaxed fibre and nervous debility. The most delicate persons may take it with perfect safety. Prepared only by George Franks, Surgeon, 90, Black friars- road, London, and may be had of all Wholesale and Retail Medicine Venders inthe United Kingdom, in bottles at 2s. 9d., 4s.6d., and lis. each. CAUTION.-None is genuine unless George Franks, Black- friars-road," is engraved on the Government Stamp attached to each bottle. The following Testimonials are selected from amongst numerous others forwarded to Mr. Franks. From JOSEPH HSNRY GRBBN, Esq., F.R.S., "ne or the Council ofthe Royal College of Surgeons, Surgeon to St. Tbumas'a Hospital, and Profeisor oi Surgery in Kind's College, London. "I have made trial of Mr. FRANKS'S Solution of Copaiba, at St. Thomas's Huspitllt, i II a variety of cases or discharges in the male and female, and the results warrant my stating, than it is an efficacious re- medy, anil one which does 1101 produce the usual unpleasant effects of Copaiba. (Signed) "JOSSHH HINRT ORBEN." 4.1, Lincoln Inn Fields, April 15, IS3S." From BRANSBY COOPER, Esq., F.R.S., one of IheConncit of the Rc-ya' College of Surgeons, London Surgeon to Guy's Hospital, anil Lee jurer Oil Anatomy, &c. Mr. 8RINSBY COUPER presents his compliments to Mr. Gcones FRANKS, and hits great pleasure in bearing testimony lo ihe efficacy of his Solution ot Copaiba in Gonorrhoea, lor which disease Mr. COOPIR has piescribedthe Solution in ten ortwelve cases with perfect success. New street, Apiil 13, 1335." From ALEXANDER TWEBUIE, Esq., Surgeon to The Metropolitan Free Hospital, CiTey-stieel, Lincoln's Inn Ftelds. My dear Sir,-I have notes 01 six cases, in which 1 have adminis- tered xonr preparation of Copaiba, for tile cure of Gonorrhoea, in all air wtuch the disease has been siibdoed in a shorter period of lime than ae- cording I-, Ihe ordinary plans hitherto made use of. Besides these cases of which I have lake.. notes, I have tried it in several instances at tbe Greiiville-stieel Hospital, and am quite satisfied that it possesses a control over the urueni symptoms of Gonorrhoea, relieving the discharge aod mitigating the scalding in making water, that 1 have not observed in the usual methods of exhibiting Cupatba, In one instance only dirl it dis- agree wilh the stomach; but in this it seemed to depend rather on the method of exhibition tlian on the remedy itself, for, on diluting it wilh « larger quantity of watei, the objection was at once obviated, auel the patient got well in lell da) s from the liine that he commenced taking the medicine. I have not had a case in which the discbarge cantiuaeri longer than ten (ia) s after commencing this treatment. I am, near Sir, yours very truly, (SiKned) ALEXANDER TWKEBIE." Within a period of two months, upwards of 300 patients were tieated wilh Frallks's Specific Solution of Copaiba, with perteel satcess, at the above Metropolitan Hospitals, viz. St. Thomas's, Guy's, and Ibe Pre* Hospitals, by their respective Surgeons, whose Testimonials are given above. LOCAL AGENTS:— J. Williams, Cambrian Oflioe, Swansea; Griffith Pbillipa, Druggist, Cardiff. ASHLEY COOPER'S BOTANICAL PURIFY- ING PILLS are established by thirty years' experience, are prescribed by most of tire eminent Physicians end Surgeorisin London, and are always administered at several public Hospitals, as the only certain remedy for Gonorriien. Gleets, Strictures, and all other lorms of Venereal Diseases in either sex, curing in a few clays, by one small pill for a dose, with ease, secrecy, and safety. Their operation is impercepttbie they do nol require the slightest confinement, or any altemtion of diet, beverage, or e*- ercise The" do not disagree with the slomadi, nor calise IIny offensive smell to the breath, as is the case with all other medi- cines in use for these complaints and after a cure effected by the use oft ese pi Is, the party will not experience any return of the complaint, as generally occnrs after laking Balsam of Copaiba, and other drugs of the like nature, which, only possessing H local action, merely suppress the complain) for a time without eradi- cating it from the constitution, and the patients on umtergoiog a little more fatigue than ordinary, lind all tbe symptoms return, and that they are suffeiing under llie complaint as inurh as at lirst, and are at last constrained 10 have recourse to these pills lite only certain cure. They are likewise a most ellicient remedy fnr Pimpled Faces, Senrf, Scorbutic all'eclions, and Irruptions i fltre Skill, Sore Legs, and all other complaints arising from an impute slate of the blood. Captains of vessels should make a point of aIWR, taking them III sea, their unrivalled elhcacy iucuriiig sc irrj being known throughout llie world. The following letter, selected from numerous other professi 11.1 recommeiidai ions forwarded 10 the proprietor when he lirst oil* ed these pills to itie public, mav be considered interesting. 1"1'01111 hat eminent Surgeon, the late Joshua Brookes, tisq F. R.S. Professor of Analoun &c. i2tc. Th.I. III Anatomy. Klrnht lin street. near (;onpt"r-I Itavt- niedyoiii ('ills In instance*, and '"7 ranchd upinioll i! thai llie) ale it most inipioveil -j-uni ul liealmeut lot lliose peciiliat complaint* hlf \hit." j on rec.oinnieml Iht"tll, nlllq wilh rapiilH). and "ith d iliat I iia't never betole witnessed; bin "IoAI I consider tlieii 111".1 valuable piopert) is, thai the) i-jinnly eiailicaie tilt:" tllluplallll, and n, ver leave lh.o1"e it isl i Mm srcomlaiy s) m|iioms (lliat li.iri the patient fUI lilr) whirl) IIMMII) anse .111t'1" the use ol Ihosc iniceilain remedies. Mercury mid Copaiba. 1 lliink yo« cannot fait It" have it v^ry tame sale lor itiem. lie I lev e III" )11" veij t,"I), JosHU Bhookks. I)I. Boriagaii hi:" Oinplimeiil* In Messrs. ttaiiiKi) and Co., itud W ■ lies !<• SA) iliat hat lug for some years pifM i tiled -h!p.- I'llls to hi.. natieiiis "Hh lht" most smcesslnl reMilts. lie l,el« 4oall..d tll". 10 adil hi-lesiniiMii} 10 I lit- i T steal eltiiac) in iiiiug -exual 'IM-.I-< S, and ileseive well ol llie public anil piotcssiou Tilt. Diope are ilso it Intlt" invaluable aiitiscoibniic me'lii iue I), H. lias found lilt,. bt- a ■lecideo specific for those ernpiions ul (he "hili "hieh i>ei|iinit1y appear at ihe i isr awl tall ul ihe tt-ai." Ashley Cooper's ilotanical Punt" illg Pills are so dill hows at 2s. ltd. and -Is.tid. each, wholesale and retail, at Haniiat and CO.'B General Patent Medicine Warehouse, 63, Oxford-sireet, the comer of Well street, London, w ere the public can be supplied with every Paienl Medicine of repute ( wilb an allowance on taking six at one li.ne ), warranted genuine and fresli from the m inus makers, Orders, by post, containing a remittance, punctually attended to, aud the change, il any, will be returned with ihe articles ordered. Sold also by most res peel aide Venders of Patent Medicine* tnroughoiit the country; and any sbop that may not have them will procure them, if they are ordered, without any additional cherge.