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z-atitriD,tt) to JHoitffll?'* LONDON, Dec. 2. THE Paris papers received since our last are to Thursday's date inclusive. The Motiiteui announces that the Minister for Foreign Affairs had received the following telegraphic dispatch from the French Minister at the Court of Vienna "VIENNA Nov. 21.—M. de Bntirqneney has written to me from Constantinople, to announce that the President of the Council of Justice, Hafiz Pacha, had been dismissed on the 8th of November, and replaced by Achmet Felhi Pacha, brother-in-law of the Sultan." This intelligence is considered favourable to good government in Turkey. The new President of the Council is a skilful general, a decided Reformer, and highly respected by all parties.—Most of the Paris journals infer that France has some merit in the transaction. One thing is certain, Russia is not gaining ground in the East. The appointment of Achmet Fethi Pacha to the office of Prime Minister, and the late revolution in Greece, are directly op- posed to Russian policy.-According to a private letter from Vienna, it would appear that the Aus- trian Cabinet, as might have been expected, had a perfect understanding with the English and French Governments respecting the affairs of Greece. The relations between Vienna and St. Petersburg had of iate become very cold. Austria," it states, is determined to make common cause with England and France.—Indeed, reports have prevailed for some time of a marked coolness, even in regard to diplomatic courtesv between Louis Philippe and the Autocrat of the North. he King has been guilty of an unpardonable crime in disturbing the Bourbon line of succession, and no atonement he can make will reconcile Nicholas to the new dynasty. The subjoined extract from the France of Wednesday shows that these reports are not without founda- tion We are informed, and we believe correctly, that a great number of Russians are to meet to-day, at Rouen, on the following occasion. The Count de Woronzow, who has been in London, returns to the Continent. His intention was to come to Paris, but he has received from his Government an invi- tation not to present himself at the I uileries. The Count, in reply, observed that as previous to 1830, lie was acquainted with the Duke of Orleans, it would be impossible for him to pass through Paris without paying a visit to Louis Philippe. This ob- servation did not prevail, and the order was enforced as primitively given. Thereupon, the Count de Woronzow decided upon avoiding the capital, and his fellow-countrymen residing in it are going to pass a few minutes with him at Rouen. The ac- counts from Madrid in the French papers are to the 23d ult. On that day the Senate met, and after the formality of the admission of some new Senators, a Bill was read for keeping in a state of disarmament the National Guards, who had been dissolved and disarmed in consequence of recent events, until the law shall have passed for their re- organisation upon a reformed principle. The new Cabinet not being then formed, uo discussion took place upon this bill, pnd the Senate adjourned at an early hour.-A Marseilles journal of the 25th •says—" Fresh fugitives from Barcelona are arriving. Yesterday the Phenicien brought fifteen individuals y Z5 on board, all compromised in the late insurrection. Amongst them are four members of the late Junta— namely, Degollada, Benavent, Zulueta, and Soles, the Secretary. The others were ofHccrs."—A con- spiracy in favour of Espartero has been discovered at Malaga. The conspirators intended to assassi- uate the Captain-General; the assassins to the number of six had received 1,000 reals each. About thirty persons have been arrested.—It is Mated in the Paris papers that no less than ^OOO passports have been taken out for England by per- sons whose principal object is to pay their respects to the Duke of Bordeaux.—The accounts of the progress of crime in Belgium excite deep regret at the great increase of drunkenness in that country, bringing so many to the bar of Justice. It appears from the budget for 1843, that the duties on spirit- ous liquors gave to the revenue 964,414f. Upon an average of the whole kingdom, there is one seller of spiritous liquors to every 90 inhabitants. The province of Liege has one-third fewer inhabitants than West Flanders, and yet has 1,966 more sellers of spiritous liquors—the average number being one to every 54 inhabitants. c Madrid journals of the 22d have been received. Judging from the articles in these papers, the elec- tion of colleagues by Olozaga gives satisfaction. On the 21st the Queen gave a grand banquet to the Foreign Ministers and the Members of the new Cabinet. Olozaga had the honour of sitting at the Queen's right hand.—According to accounts from Barcelona, the new municipality of that town had been installed, and the provincial deputation was about to be re-constructed. On the 23d a slight disturbance took place between two battalions of the National Guards and the troops. The former had refused to give up their arms and posts which they occupied, as they considered General Sanz had not fulfilled his engagements. The troops, however, prevailed, and the militia were disarmed. M. Lesseps has been rewarded for his handsome conduct to the Spanish people during the events of November, 1842," by receiving from the Queen the Cross of the Order of Charles 111. By the Britannia steamer w« have accounts from New York to the 16th ult. The Congress of the United States would, it. was expected, be opened on the 4th of this month. It is the general belief that the President wilt recommend in his mes- sage the adoption of some preliminary step, with the view, ultimately, of annexing Texas to the Z5 United States.—We hear by these papers, that the citizens of the United States begin to look upon n ..It repudiation" as the greatest disgrace that ever 11 befel their country. Mr. Webster has some merit in rousing this feeling but it is honourable to the people that they respond so cordially to his senti- ments. In the New York Enquirer there is an honest article on this subject, which communicates a fact that will ultimately retrieve the character of the country. The ladies of Mississippi have taken up the question. In an address published in the Jack- I soniun Statesman, they say, It is not to put our- selves forward, for we beg, we pray, the men of Mississippi not to leave this burden for our shoul- ders. But if the men will not do their duty, we will. We are sincere, and let no olle jest at this, for it can and will be done, even if we sacrifice our wedding rings, as did the women of Poland for the benefit of their country."—The papers inform us, also, that the packet ship Sheffield a favourite trader between Liverpool and New York, has been wrecked near the latter port. The passengers and crew were saved, but the cargo and much of the luggage were lost.—From Canada the advices are to the 3d ult In the House of Assembly an ad- dress to the Queen was adopted by a vote of 51 to 27, concerning the proposition made by her Majesty to remove the Government to Montreal. When the address eame before the Council, it was opposed by certain Members. The measure however was insisted upon, and the further discussion was fixed in the Assembly for the 9th, when the Hon. Mr. Morris rose and said, that in view of these strange proceedings, it became his duty to record his pro- test and retire from all further participation in the proceedings of the Council. He then bowed to the Speaker and the House, and retired, followed by Messrs. De Blaquire, Ferguson, Crooks, Washburn, Sherwood, Mack ay, Dickson, Hamilton, Macan- bery, Draper, Macdonald, and A. Fraser. Soon after they retired the Council adjourned. Montreal, however, will be the future seat of Government. This will conciliate the French Canadians, who are becoming more and more friendly to the British. The Gazette of yesterday afternoon announces that the Queen has been pleased to present the Rev. Peter M'Mortand to the charge and office of First Minister of the church and parish of South Leith, in the presbytery of Edinburgh, vacant in consequence of the admission of the Rev. Doctor James Grant, late minister thereof, to St. Mary's Church, Edinburgh. The Princess Sophia, who lias been slightly indis- posed at her mansion in Church-lane, Kensington, is con- 9 9 valescent. Sir Henry Hallord, who has recovered from his serious illness, has visited her Royal Highness professionally, and also the Duchess of Gloucester, who is now able to be removed from her chamber to another apartment. The appointment of the Chief-Judgeship of Wel- lington, New Zealand, has been conferred upon Mr. H. S. Chapman, of ihe Inner Temple, who has sailed in company with the new Governor, Captain Fitzroy, late member for Durham. The Lords of the Treasury, on the recommendation of the Board of Customs, have raised Glasgow from being a second-class port to the fiist-class. We regret to learn that the Marquis of Anglesey continues to suffer from the tic dolorenx. A portrait, in full length, of Mrs. Siddons, has been recently placed in the first room to the left of the National Gallery-" Presented by her friend Mrs. FitzhngU." We are informed, upon good authority, that the ne- ,,e gotiations for renewing the treaty with Brazil, which have been lingering so long in London, have ended at last in a complete failure. After various communications to no pur- pose, matters were brought to a final close this week, and the Brazil an Envoy, who had been sent to this country for the purpose of ascertaining whether any chance of success yet re«9aifl&jff| £ ter the failure of Mr. Ellis's mission to RW 4 Janeiro, has at length conclusiyely fonnd that the attempt is hopeless. The treaty is lost. In making this important communication, upon authority which has never yet deceived us, we are only announcing the completion of a misfortune to the commercial woild which the course of events must have led every sensible person to expect.—Liverpool Mer- cury. The subscription at Manchester to the Anti-Corn- Law League fund has now reached to nearly 18,0001, At Rochdale, a few evenings ago, a meeting was held, and in the coarse of two hours and a half the sum of 15601. was subscribed in addition to 1150/. previously subscribed by the inhabitants of Rochdale at the Manchester meeting. The League o Thursday night, held their third monthly meeting in Covent Garden Theatre, London, when the enthusiasm was as unbounded as ever. Mr. Bright's speech, in parti- cular, was much applauded. The pecnliarily of the meeting was, that the speakers one and all took for their text, that the sliding scale was doomed, and they expressed their de- termination to resist to the utmost the substitution of a fixed duty, being determined to carry on the war for total repeal. It is understood that the Postmaster-General has determined to increase the number of morning mails as far as is practicable, and that arrangements are nearly com- pleted for dispatching a bag every morning from the Gene- ral Post-office in St. Martin's ie.Grand, to Ipswich, by the Eastern Counting' Railway. It is also rumoured that other measures are on the tapis for farther increasing the effici- ency of the morning dispatch. Fifteen snb-sorters have beeu appointed by his Lordship, at the suggestion of Mr. Bokeuham, Superintending President of the Inland office, 'Or the purpose of facilitating the delivery of Ihe general post 'e<ters in the metropolis. The additional cost to ihe esta- hlishment by the adoption of this plau will be 1014/. per annum. Some fine specimens of Australian wheat, says the Liverpool Times, have recently arrived in this country. They consist of white wheat, equal, if not superior, to the finest English. The lot of which we have seen a sample cost 35*. a quarter at Holiart Town, where it was shipped the freight and expenses amounted to from 10s. to 12s. a quarter, and the duty to 58" so that it cost the importers from 50s. to 52s. a quarter in England. As it is worth from 58s. to 60s. a quarter in London or Liverpool, it will leave a fair profit. A numerous meeting of the members of the Society of Arts was brief in the theitre of the institution, John- street, Adelphi, last evening, Benjamin Rotch, Esq., Vice. president, F.R.S., in the chair; when a paper was read by the Secretary on the new patent metallic cement, a com- position of sand and the refuse of copper commingled, and of a peculiarly hard and durable description. Specimens of its applicability to building purposes were exhibited, showing that it is susceptibte of a fine marble polish, and of being made to imitate granite. It was stated by the Chair. man that this invention would find an abundant market in the mountains of Wales, whe e the refuse of copper was so great that the propiietors did not know what use to make of it. Fiesco pointings worked upon the surface of this ce- ment were likewise exhibited, the result of the inventioo being, that they may be preserved much longer bythitttro- MU than by -the utJulIl method. A yonnlt woman, named Eliza Jones, stewardess of the Batuvier, Rotterdam steamer, was charged at Thames- street with smuggling. The Batavier never,it seems, makes a voyage without some case of the kind occurring. In the present instance the stewardess was conveying on shore 3lbs. of cheroots, done up in packets, and converted into a bustle" of such suspicious dimensions, that it led to the detection. She was fined 50s. The Central Criminal Court was crowded at an early hour this morning with an unusual assemblage or barristers and spectators, in expectation of hearing the trial of Lieu- tenants Munroand Grant; but in consequence of the severe illness ot Lieutenant Munro, the tri il Was postponed. During the whole of Wednesday and Thursday the Court of Exchequer was occupied in the trial of the case The Queen v. Blake and others, in which the defendants were charged with unshipping and concealing, and assisting in the removal of manutactnred silk goods without payment of duty, by which they had incurred a penalty of three times tlu-ir value. The jury returned a verdict for the Crown, estimating the value of the goods at 14501., and making the penalty 4350/.—It is affirmed that the loss to the revenue tlnotigh these wholesale smuggling transactions, during a long period, has been estimated at two millions sterling a year on silk goods only but the loss to the re- venue implies a loss to the silk-weavers and silk-manufac- turers of England of at least six millions ill the shape of wages al1:1 profits. The fleet of merchant vessels in port this week, says the Limerick Chronicle, is so large as to line the whole range of quays from the Cuslom-house,'to Meacle's-quay, a distauce of one English mile, and in most of the berths they form a breastwork of three tie s side by side. At the same period of the year before the union there were not seven vessels in the port of Li'nerick loading and discharging. It will be learned, with mingled feelings of regret and horror, that death has released from suffering another victim of the bloody scene lately enactell at Finnoe. Con- trary to all human foresight, and at a time when his friends and family confidently looked forward to his ultimate reco- tery, the dangerous symptoms having completely abated, a very sndden change for the worse took place on Wednesday morning, and before the close of the evening Mr. Waller breathed his last. The ill-tated gentleman has left, besides I a sorrowing widow, two sons, both Barristers, and one daughter. His second son, Mr. J. F. Waller, acted as as sessor at the memorable election for the City of Dublin in 1841.—Private letters add, that the shock superinduced b) the death of her husband had caused the greatest apprehen- sion for the safety of Mrs. Waller: indeed, one account leaves room for the worst fears. At the old Bailey, yesterday, Satpuel Sydney Smith, alirs Captain Smith, who was convicted a session or two ago, of feloniously uttering a forged bill of exchange for ViOl., but whose sentence was respited to have the decision of the Learned Judges upon a point of law raised by his counsel, as to whether the document which formed the sub- ject of indictment wa,, in point of fact, a bill of exchange, or an order for the payment of money, was placed at Ihe bar. Mr. Baron Parke declared the opinion of the judges, which was, that the document forged wa? really an order for the payment of money, and that therefore the conviction was a good one. He sentenced him to transportation for life. Henry Bush, who was convicted ot forgery upon the same document, and upon whom, for same reason as in the former case, judgment: was respited, was thPII brought up, and he wi- also sentenced to be transported for life. The Duke of Bordeaux took up his residence in Belgravo-squafe, London, on Monday evening; and ac- cording to the fashionable Morning Post, Tuesday" was a memorable day for the last descendant of the elder branch of the Bourbons, as upwards of three hundred peisons, dis- tinguished in France by the rank, wealth, and social posi- tion, assembled to present their respects to the young Henri—a display of fidelity and affection proving that the age of chivalry has not yet passed." The Post goes on to describe the affectingness of the scene, which caused many tears to flow;" leaving it to be inferied that the French are heart-broken, because they hive not a Bourbon as tat and as stupid-looking as the unfortunate Louis the Sixteenth to sway the sceptre of France, Now we abomi- nate this maudlin cant. The misfortunes of the Duke of Bordeaux aie the just consequences of the beanies tyranny of his forefathers; and his presence at a levee of French exiles in London, instead of proving that the age of feuda) chivalry exists, proves, on the contrary, that kings were made for the people, not the people for kings. Nor ought we to suffer the blubhei ing of any number of Frenchmen to make ns empl y language offensive to the Goverument, and to the people of a great nation with which we are upon tNIlIS of strict amity. If \\e have tears for French woes, let them be for the lu-roes of July, and for the French people so long crushed beneath the iron car of Bourbon despotism. As for the young Duke of Bordeaux, if he be only haft so virtuous, so amiable, and io accomplished as he is represented to be, he will live more comfortably in a splendid mansion in Belgrave-square, free from the cares and responsibilities of regality, than lie would were he to exchange places with Louis Philippe. And were it other- wise, Heaven forbid that we should sanction the plunging France into a civil war, to realise the pretended claims of any man to govern his fellow-creatmes without their con. sent. The lust of the Stuarts was quite as interesting an object of fashionable sympathy a« the last of the Bourbons, but the happiness of the British people required that he should die in exile nevertheless, and he did so die without any impeachment of English loyally.—Hull Advertiser,
WANTED, a Married Man, without incumbrance, W as a WORKING FARM BAILIFF. His Wife would be required to manage a large Dairy, with assistance. Good re- commendations required as to character and capability. Direct b, letter, post-paid, to A. B., Post Office", Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. As Resident Governess. A LADY, of strict Church of England principles, who has had much experience in Tuition, is desirous to obtain an engagement as GOVERNESS in a PRIVATE FA- MILY she is competent to instruct her Popils in English and French, with the Elements of Music and Drawing; she would devote her time wholly to those of whom she may have the charge. Respectable references can be given, and a moderate salary would be required. Address M. A. B., Post Office, Bristol. GLAMORGANSHIRE. 7\7" O TICE is hereby given, that the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the said Comity, will be holden at the Guildhall, in the Town of' CARDIFF, in and for the said county, on TUESDAY, the 2d day of JANUARY next, at eleven of the dodo in the forenoon, wlien and where all Jurors, Prosecutors, and lvitnesses are required to attend. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered before the opening of the Court, and the several parties thereto be prepared to proceed there- with. At halfpast eleven o cloik the Justices assembled wiil proceed to the business relating to the A ssessment, Application, and Manage- ment of the Coullty Stock or Rate, and to the internal Regulations of the County, and at twelve at noon the Justices then there assembled will proceed to take into consideration the several Acts made null passed in her present Majesty's reign, relating to the establishment >f County and District Constables, and to make and enter into such Rtles, Regulations relating thereto, and to the Pot> £ £ Esta- blishineiiitvfiilliiu the said County as may be thought expedient. 91W BiIJII and Demands against the. County Stock must be delivered into the OJfiee of the Clerk of the Peace fourteen days before the Sessions; and all Costs given or allowed by the Court must be taxed at the same Sessions, or they will not afterwards be allowed. The several Acting Magistrates are requested to return all Depo- sitions into the Office of the Clerk of the Peace, at Cardiff, on or before the 29ih of December instant. Cardiff, 2d Dec. 1843. WOOD, Clerk of Peace. STIVENS' UNRIVALLED GREEN-GINGER WINE, A Luxurious 4" Cooling Beverage in Cold Spring Water. THIS delicious and wholesome beverage, so highly recommended by the Faculty as a valuable Specific in cases of Flatulency, Spasms, &o., and patronised by the Nobili,y and Gentry, is composed of Jamaica Green Ginger, Raisins of the Sun, Citrons, and Seville Orauges;—one of the most useful and e '2 pleasant cordials extant, it has -long been deservedly popular throughout the kingdom; and though the price is a trifle higher than what is commonly sold for Ginger Wine,' the superior richness of the ingredients renders it impossible to charge a lower price. CAUTION.—The extensive demand fnr SEVENS'GINGER WINE has induced some Dealers in Sweets to imitate the labels, and in many instances to refill the empty bottles with the labels on. To check such deception, the present bottles are labelled in blue letter, and each envelope over the cork stamped Stivens, Bristol. To imitate this is forgery. N.B. Agents appointed in all the principal towns. AGENTS. W. WHITE, Castle-street, Swanst*. iviw. Uook, Nealh; Benjamin Davis, Aberavon; Wm. Leyshon, Bridgend; Tlioi. Lewis, Cowbririge; J. and 1. Betts, Cardiff; T.Stepht-na.M.rthyrTydvi); S. Davis & Co., Abtrilarc; Chaj. Basselt, Newbridge; E. Gilbert, Dowlais; James Masked, Brecon; W. Christopher, Ciickhowell; Powell and price, Bniltli; Joseph Owen, Hay; Thomas Jones, Carmarthen; Richard Chase, ditto; George Franklin, Laaghnrnc; John Williams, Llandilo; Editors of Times and Journal, Herefoid; F. NIIK,iriin, J. Ormond, Petnbione; Nathaniel Owen, Paler; Charles Clark, Tenby; Abet Hicks, Hnv«rfaril«pst; Griffith and Nicholas, Narberth; Catherine Thoirai, Cardigan; Henry Humphries, Aheryslwith; James Evans, Lampeter; Clurles Hough, Mnnmonth George Baker, Newport; Thomiis YIrlloli, Chepstow; William Crump, Usk; James Saunders, Abergavenny; t\1. Thomas, Brvimawr; oseph Push, Trtdeijar; Thomas Oilier, Cheltenham; Jull and Co., ditto; Henry Newmau,Gloucester. THE CA U IK FF ANIJ 131USTOL Strain PRZITGS OF WALES, MATTHEW JONES, Commander, LADY CHARLOTTE, HENRr JEFFERY, Commander, ARB intended to Sail during tlie Momh of DE- CEMBER, from the Bute Ship Docks:— Prince of Wales—M mid ay s, W ed I nesdays, and Fridays.— lAtdp Charlotte—Tuesdays, Thnrsdays, and Saturdays. F.om CARDIFF. Dee., 1843. o'clock. ) 1, Friday II morn. 2, Saturday I'iJ aft»-r. 4, Monday 2 alter. 5, Tuesday 3 after. C, Wednesday 3.^ after. 7, Thursday 9 morn. 8, Friday 5| morn. 9, Saturday 6 morn. 11, Monday morn. It, Tuesday 7 morn. S3, Wednesday 8 morn. 14, Thursday morn. l'>, Friday 9 morn. JU, Saturday II morn. 15. Monday. 1 after. ,9. Tuesday t after. Wednesday 8 inorn. Thursday 8| morn. "i4' Friday. 6 morn. j23. Saturday 6 morn. -5..Monday 7 irorn. Tuesday morn. Wednesday 8 morn. *8, Thursday 8| morn. 29, Friday 9 morn.. 8". Saturday 10 morn. l.arlll Charlotte—Mondays, Wed. nesdays. a,") Fridays.— Prince of a'e*—Tuesdays, Thursdays,and Saturdays. Prom BRISTOL. Dec., 1843. o'clock V £ ,i;,a>, 'noon. *• f"turd«y j „f|er. i10"'1** 3 after. 5. Tu^day 7J morn. 6. Wednesday » morn 7. Thursday 5i morD_ »• 6 morn. 9, Saturday 7IMOR„. 11, Tuesday 8 aioin. 13, Wednesday 84 14, Thursday lnorn> '5. frtday Io| morn. Id, Saturday I| morn K,Ma. ay Ii 3fier. 19, Tuesday 7 morn> •20, Wednesday 84 morn< 21. Thursday Sl morn. ■II, Friday 6 morn. •i3, Saturday gj morn. 'i5, Monday 8 n.oru. 28, Tne'day. 8 mi|in> •27, Wednesday 9 molI1- IS, Th-I-Y 9 IIwrll. 29, Friday Io morn, 30, Saturday loj morn. \jui 1 uiges and Horses must he alongside an noiir-iniu-ii-naif previous to passing through the Bute Lock*. FAKES ;—After Cabin, 6s.; Fore Cabin, 3s. 6D—Children under twelve jears of age, Half-price.—Dntjs 1s. eaoli. A Female Steward at)etuis on board both Packets. Refreshments may be had 011 Board on modertue terms. Four-wheel Carriage, 21 s. j Four-wheel Pheaton, 0r Gig, 10s. 6d.; Two wheel drawn by one Horse and Driver, l!)s. • Horse and llider. After Cabin, 10s.; Fore Cabin, 8s. tilL; Sheep, Pigs> and-Calres, Is. fid. each. Carriages, Horses, Cattle and (Foods, will be subject to Lauding and Wharfages at Bute Docks. Sot arrO/llllable for any goods without Shipping Notes. Freighters nre requested to Older all Goods intended for the PMNCK OF WAI-Eis to be sent to No. 12, Qua\-street, or to Robert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the LADY CHARLOTTE, to CUre-sfreet Hall, Marsh-street, Bristol. Goods will be hnuled from the Warehouses to the Packets, at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Xeuibridye ,Aberdure ,Cowbridge, Hridgend, Llantris- sent,and Caerphilly,—Goods forwarded to these places in Spring Railway, and Lock-up Canal Boats, immediately on t. v a arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will he deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till ca lied for. at risk and expense of Consignee. Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c. forwarded to all partsof the kingdom without delav, when sent to either of the Stoam Packet 10!)deliverv. OlTices in Carditi or Bristol. Further information as to Freight, &c. will he readily ob. tained by applying to the Agents, Mr. Woodman, Agent, at the Packet-otlice on the Wharf, Cardiff; orto Mr. G. C. Glasson, Agent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol, for PRINCE OF WAI.ES PACKET; and of Mr. Donovan, at the Packet-Oliice, on the Wharf, CardilV; or to Mr. W. B. Owen, Clare-street Hall, Marsh-street. Bristol, and at 29, Avon Crescent, Hotwells, for LADY CIIARI.OTTE PACKET. NOTIO Pruprieturs of the above. Steam Packet t/ive Notice, that they will not be uncountable for any Pume.nyers' f,tiggaile; nor mill they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if lust or damaged hi/ fire, leakaye, ur otherwise J, unless booked at either of their Office» at Cardiff or liristot, if above the value of fuity shil- lings, unless entered at its value, and c.arriatie in proportion paid for the same at thu time of booking, floods consigned to order, or not taken uituuj before sir o'clock in the evening oj the day of landing, null be warehauned at the rialt ami expense of the consignees. All gouds to he (1(1 liens, not only fur freight and charges due thereon, brit alsofor- all previously unsatisfied freight and charges due by consignees to tne Proprietors of the said Packets, disputed weights or mea- surement, claims for loss or ilainage, -S• cannot be allowed unless a written notice of the same be sent to the office mi the dnv if delivery — — The RHEUMATISM cured fur a Shilling. HENRY'S MAGIC PILLS, for the cure of the Gou', Rheumatic Gout, Rheumatism, and all Rheumatic ArtVctions. Tins 1110,1 extraordinary mediciu" which I IIOW offer to the public, i« dcciriedlv the must convenient, safe, and expeditious remedy in the world fur the cure of the Gout, Rheumatic Gout, Iltileulllllllm. and, indeed for all Rheumatic Affections under the various names of the Face ache, Tic-Dolureux, Sciatica, Lumbago, &c. ft contain,, neither Mercurv. Antimony, nor any other noxious siib^iince relieves a fit of tlie G-ul or Rheumatism in an hour or two; gives soothing mid refresh! g sleep and, in many cases, I have known piiijents walk well and en<y IIllc-s than 24 hours. I have no d mbt there arc hundreds ot ça,es where poor fami- lies have been deprived 01 many of the necessan. s of lite by this cruel disord- r. It is true there arc several excellent reme- dies for gout and rheumatism but the prices the proprietors have chosen to affix to each is (to the class ot persons now under consideration) ai complete a barrier to Ili,-ir use as if nothing of the sor: was 111 existence. Il is my intention, therefore, as it has pleased the Divine will that I should be placed 111 a situation dhuve worldly want, to offer this retnedv at so low a price as to meet the means of the class < f my fellow creatures who stand most in need of our attention. I have also laid a-ide a portion ot my pnvnte fortune, for the purpose of bringing this medicine before the public; and should I succeed in benefitting mankind, without any very Urge call upon the inheritance of my family, I shall be amply paid by the satisfaction of having cOlltribulecl in some degree 10 the comfort of a cials-inucit needing the sympathy of the wealthy and the humane. They are sold wholesale by Barclays. Farringdon-street Kd- •*ard*i.St. Paul's; Suitons, B w Church-yard Butler,4, Cheap- side and Hannev and Co., 63, Oxford-street, London. Price It. per bus, and l £ d. duty. Agents for this part of the Country :— J, Williams, Cambrian Office, Swansea; Phillips, Cardiff. To Capitalists, Copper Smelters, and Colliers To be SOLD by PrTVAVE CONTRACT, ONE-THIRD of the GARTH COLLIERY, ex- tending under a surface of upwards of 400 Acres, situated in the immediate vicinity of the Copper, Zinc, and Tin Works, and connected bv Tramroad with the Canal. The Coal is of the most superior quality for Smelting, Steam, and Smithery purposes. Further particulars may be obtained on application to C. B. Mansfield, Esq., Solicitor," Swansea. SW AN SEA. To be SOL D by PRIVATE CONTRACT, TWO FREEHOLD HOUSES, situate in Cross- street, in the town of Swansea, now vacant, containing a frontage of 40 feet, and extending backward to the Church-tard of St. Mary's. Apply to Mr. Lewis Thomas, Solicitor. Swansea. GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be SOLD btf PRIVATE CONTRACT, ALL that MESSUAGE, FARM, and LANDS, called BOURSPIT, containing about 14 Acres, situate in the parish of Oystermoulh, within three miles of the town of Swansea. This place commands a beautiful view of Swansea Bay, Baglan Bay, and the English Coast, and is admirably situated for the erection of a Gentleman's Residence. For particulars apply to Mr. T. Thomas, Solicitor, or Mr. T. Glover, Auctioneer, Swansea. TO PXtXHTSBS.. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, At T. Bedford's, No. 44, Broad Quay, Bristol, A Variety of PRINTING MATEKrALS*.consist- ing of a Miscellaneous Collection of.Miuion to 44 Line in Mela) and Wood, Borders, Stereotype, and Wood Cuts, Lends and Lead Moulds with every description of requisites necessarv for earning on the business on a large scale. Catalogues may be obtained on application at the Cambrian Office, Swansea; at the Office of Mr. Saw»er, Auctioneer, &o, Trinity-street, Cardiff; or of Mr. T. Bedford, 44, Broad Quay, Bristol. 1800 VOLS. or BOOKS, I TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. M. WHITTINGTON, At the TOWNHALL, NKATH, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, the 14th and 15tb of DECEMBER, 1843, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely, CONSISTING of Scott's Novels; Addison'sWorks, c 3 vols.: Hippocrates and Celsus, Goldsmith's Poems, plavs and Letters Robertson's History of Scotland Robertson's America; Sermons (black letter) 1484 Chalcideos inTiinasum; Smith's Wealth of Nations, 4 vols. Stillingflaet's Origines Sacrae,4to.; Memoirs of ibe Manchester Society, 6 vols.; Beloe's Herodotus, 4 vols. Whiston's Josephus, 6 vols.; Cromwell's Memoirs of Oliver Croinweil Plutarch's Lives, by Langhorne, 8 vols.; Diokson s Agricultural Magazine, 2 vols Treatise on Sheep; Graziers Assistant; Robertson's Charles 5tb, 4 vols. Keith's Philosophical Botany, 2 "ols.; Secrets of Modern Cbe- mistry Encyclopaedia Britanuioa, 40 vols., &c. &o. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneer, Post Office, Neath. GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ONE UNDIVIDED FOURTH -PART of a FREEHOLD TENEMENT, called PENYLAN. situate in the parish ol Llangonoyd, in the county of Glamorgan, con- taining 92 Acres, more or less. From the recent report of an eminent Surveyor, it is supposed that this Land contains Veins of Coal of the aggregate thickness of 20 feel, and be adds.thtt there is no known fault, end states, that all the Veinll of Iron Mine now working at the Maesleg a d the Cambrian Iron and Spelter Works, as well as the same Veins ofexcettent Fire Clay and the Black Band, so profitably worked by the latter Company on a propertv exaotly opposite, are U> be found under, this Estate. A great portion of the Minerals may be worked by levels, and the remainder by shafw of a moderate depth. The Dnffryn Llynvi and Porthcawl Railway runs over part of the land, thus affording easy transit lo thp shipping port of Porthcawl. Also, ONE UNDIVIDED FOURTH-PART of a FREE-1 HOLD TENEMENT, called BEDW, situate in the parish of Llantrissent, in the county of Glamorgan, containing 107 Acres, more or less. This Farm has also been recently surveyed bv the some emi- nent Surveyor, and is in his report stated to be in the very midst ofaMinera) district, abounding in Coal of a rich description, many of the Veins being of great thickness, varying from 2 feet to 9 feet and upwards, the united thickness supposed to amount to 40 feet. All the Iron Mine Veins, Fire Clay, &c., are also Mated to be due to it. The Coal and Minerals may be partly worked by levels, aud their transit rendered easy by self-acting inclined planes. This Farm abuts on the river Rhondda, and is partly traversed by a Tram-road connecting some of the Collieries of Walter Coffin. Esq. with the Tail' Vale Railway. tUas aft'otduig »• qitick and elleap Transit lo tlie ffonristiing aeapnrt of <T*rtHiT. For further particulars apply to Mr. Thomas Dahon, Attorney, Cardiff*. SWANSEA AND LIVERPOOL. THE FIRST CLASS POWEKFUL Strain VttmI, TROUBADOUR, JAMES BECKETT, COMMANDER, IS intended to Sail between SW ANSEA and LIVER- POOL, with Goods and Passengers, calling at BRISTOL on her way from Liverpool to Swansea, in the Months or No- VEMBER and DECEMBER, on or about the following days, Wind and Weather perminint;:— From SWANSEA to L>TVEAPOOL. Nov., 18-13. o'clock. |3, Monday 8 morn. ■il, Wednesday 5 morn. Dec., 1843. Dec., 1843. I, Friday 12 noon. 12, Tuesday 8 morn. •II, Friday 0 morn. Monday. Jan. I | after. From LIVERPOOL 10 SW\NSEJ. Nor.. 1843 o'clock. 7, Tuesday 9 morn. ir, Fri.lay « morn. ■n, Monday I after. Dec., 1943. 7, Thursday 1" morn. IS, Monday ? morn. 27, Wednesday 4 "Her. From MILFORD to LIVERPOOL, about five hours after leaving SWANSEA. From MLLFORD to BRISTOL, about eighteen hours after leaving LIVERPOOL. Horses, Cattle, and Carriages, at Shippers' risk. For further particulars apply 10 Mr. Will. MOVSB, Steam- Packet Office, Swansea; Messrs. Robert Bruce and Co Bristol; Mr. Thomas M'Tear, No. 25, Water-street, Li»erpool Mr. David Propert, Milford or to the Captain on Board. The LORD BERESFORD" trill take the place of the BRISTOL" on the 12th. SWANSEA AND BRISTOL. TilE FAST GOING Strata QL- Varfceto, BRISTOL, ROBERT DA VIES, Commander, "NU COUNTY or rEMBROBLE, WILLIAM BAILEY, Commander, For the conveyance of Goods and Passengers, ARE intended to Sail as follows during the Month of DECEMBER Hrixh'l, Tuesdays and Fridays.— County of Pembroke,Thursdays and Saturdays. and Saturdays. Pho* SWANSEA. Dec., 1S43. o'clock. 1, PrMiy 2 morn. 2, Saturday 3 morn. 5, Tuesday G morn. 7, Thursday morn. S, Fiiday 7j morn. 9, Saturday S morn. 1*2, Tuesday morn. 14, Thmsrtay I! room. 15, Fri'lay 14 IIO011. |fi, Samrday I afler. 19, Tuesday 5 uioin. 21, Thursday t'<} morn. 42, Kiiday 7 inorn. 513, Saturday 8 morn. I i<S, Tuesday I# morn. | 28, Thursday 11 morn 2<J, Friday |]J morn. | 30, Saturday I lifter. I Bristol, Thursdays and Saturdays! —County of Pembroke, Tii esda y. and Fridays. PROM BRISTOL. I Dec., 18^. o'clock. I I, Friday l £ after. *2, Saturday 2 morn. 15, Tuesday 5J morn. 7, Thursday 6 morn. 8, Friday 7 mnro. 9. Saturday 71 morn. 12, Tuesday lIå mnrll. j 14, Thursday 10 morn. 15, Friday I 'I noon. 10, SIIIIHIIV 14 noon. 10, Tuesday morn. -21, Thursday 5 morn. 2-2, Fiiday 7.J morn. ■2*, Saturday 7 mom. •6, Tuesday 10 oi»<n. 28, Thursday 10 morn. 29, Fiiday 12 noon. 30, Saturday II morn. Steward s Fees for Lathes aud Gentlement Is. each, Children and Servants,(id. Female Slewnrdsat tend the toadies' Cabins. Carriages and Horses shipped with the greatest care.—Horses and Carriages to he shipped two hours before sailing. The LLANKLLY MAIL COACH leaves the MACKWORTH A Swansea. at four every evening, return ir.g the following morning at seven. A COACH leaves the MACKWORTH ARMS every Morning (Sundajs excepted), through Llanelly and Kidwelly, for Car- marthen, and returns the same days. AGKNTS G. C Glasson, 12, Quav-street, near the Stone Bridge, Bristol; Terrell mid Sons, 33, Rack, and the Bristol Steam Packet Company, No. 1, Quay, Bristol; Mr. John Barber, 8, Bath-street, Bath; Mr. E. T. Turner, 9, Nelson Terrace, and r*Pr. John Naisli Smart, 1, Quav Parade, Swansea; Mr. Martin, Britannia Hotel, flfracombe Mr. W Corv, Fortescue Arms, Barnstaple and Mr. W. Morris, White Hart, Bisbops- gate street, London. All Goods, Packages. Parcels, arc.. forwarded to all parts without dclav, when addressed to either of the Steam-Packet Offices, Bristol. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the ahore Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not lie accountable for any Passe.nger s Lug- gage nor will ihet) be answerable for ami Goods, Packages, or Pilr- cels (if lost or- damaged bq fire, leakage, or otherwise), unless booked (it either of their Oft res at Bristol or Swansea, if above the value (If 40. unless entered at its value, and carriage its proportion paid for the same at the time of hooking. Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before six o'clock in the evening of the day of landing, will he, warehoused at the risk and expe ise of the Consignees. All Goods to be considered as liens, not only for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously unsatisfied freight and charges due by the Consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Dis- puted weights or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &'c., cannot ie alhnivd, unless a written notice of the same, be sent to the office on the dan of deliver u-—Freiaht to be paid 018 delivery, ana aU Goods at tne TISK vj tie Coustgnees as soon as landed. For Rheumatism, Fevers, Colds, Coughs, DICEY & Co.'s original and the only genuine Dr. liATEMAN's PECTORAL DROPS, the most valuable Medicine ever discovered for colds, coughs, agues, fevers, rheumatism, pains in the breast, limbs, and joints, and for mosi complaints where colds are the orign. In levers it lias always been tumid particularly eiffcacious, and when taken fit an early stage of the complaint, has, in numberless instances, prevented its running on to typhus There are various imitations of this excellent medicine b\ different pretenders, all of tlieiu niter strangers to the true pre- paration; purchasers are tlierelore cautiounl to b very par- ticular in asking for DICEY's FIT Go's 13ATEM AN'S DROPS," and observing that DICEY & Co." is engraved on the stamp affixed over the cork, as all others are counterfeit. Sold in bottles at Is. lid. each, by W, Sutton & Co. (late Dicey & Sutton), No. 10. Bow Church-yard, London and by all the principat Medicine Venders.—Oi wh .111 may he harl, CARPENl'ER's SPECIFIC lor the HOOPINO COUGH. In bottles at ts. I -'d. and 2s 9d. CARPED )ER't EMBROCATION for ditto (to he rubbed it in over the Pit of the Stomach and Chest), Is. 9d. the b itile. The above are the most saie and certain remedies ever dis- covered for that di-tre><sing and too oiten fatal disorder. Dr.RADCLlFFE's ELIXIR, a m<>s; salutary medicine used as a general swet'lener of the blood, and for all eruptions,whe- ther contracted by too tree living, surfeits, or proceeding from scurvy, or humours aller the measles, small-pox, &c.—Price is. i I(I. the bottle. DICEY & Co.'s Genuine DAFFY's ELIXIR, in bottles t,1 2s. and 2s. 9d. each.—*„ See that Dicty$Co." is in the stamp. DICEY & Co.'s Anderson's TRUE SCOTS PILLS price ts. 1trl. the box. Ask particularly ft" qicetJ <$• Co.'s" BETTON's BRITISH OIL (the ofily Genuine) the supe- rior efficacy of which is too well knowtj to require any com. roetit. Price Is. 9d. MARSHALL'S HEAL-ALL, fresh wouuds, sprains, bruises, 6tc. IlIbouteJI Rt 15. ijf. nnfl ^st9d. SQUIRE's ORIGINAL (iRAND ELIXIR, i..r all fresh colds, painsarid sorenes* r>f the«'ottnch, (iroce.-diug fir nil cold and coughing, nervoustremblings, Sec.—In bottles at 2s. LA'MERT ON DEBILITY. NERVOUSNESS, And all DISORDERS ARISING from EXCESS,$c. Just published, (In dsealed envelope), Srventh Edition,price 2s. 6d., or sent by post, free, to any address, 5s. 6d. 0 ELF-PRESERVATION a Popular Essay on those 0 ELF-PRESERVATION a Popular Essay 011 those Concealed Disorders originating in excesses of infection, and terminating in Nervous Debility, Local or CUlHitllliollal Weakness, Indigestion, Insanity, Consumption, anil Premature Decay. With Practical Observations on MARRIAGE, and plaiti directions for ihe Treatment of the above Diseases. By SAMUEL LA'MERT, Consulting Surgeon, 9 BEDFORD STREET, BEDFORD SQUARE, LONDON. Mat riculaled Member of the University of Edinburgh, Ilono- j rary Member olllle London Hospital Medical Society, Licen- tiate of Apothecaries' Hall, London &C.&C. Published by the Author, and sold in London by S. Gilbert, 51 &52. Paternoster-row T Sowler, Courier Oiffce, 4. St.Ann's square,and Lewis. Market-street, Manchester; Newton, Book- seller, Church-street, Liverpool; Chronicle Office, Chester; Free Press Office, Bolton Mifigit-y, Bookseller, Halifax Bur- rell, Bookseller, Blackburn; Batenian, Bookseller, Preston and by ull Booksellers. REVIEWS OF THE WORK. "The positions of lover, husband, and parent, the inherent privilrge.i of mankind, are frequently marred and prevented, through the follies and frailiies of eaily indiscretion. To such. among others. this essay addresses itself; and, by its perusal, many questions may be satisfactorily adjusted, that admit of no appeal even to the most confidential fi iend."—Stafford Gazette. We consider this book really ought, as a mailer of safety. to be placed in the hands of every youih whose appearance indicates mity-tetideticy to nervous debility, or premature decay. Mr. La'Mert has treated the sitbj^ct in a very sci ntific and in- telligible manner, and we are, certainly, amazed at the preva- lence and the consequences »l those evils it is his province to pourtray and alleviate."—Wakefield Journal. Mr La'Mert is to be consuTied daily at his residence, and Country Patients, iu their letters, are requested to be as minute as possible in the-detail of their symptoms, age. general habits ol livi g, and occupation in life. The communication must be "c- companied by the usual Consultation Fee of I, without which 110 notice whatever can be taken ol their application and, iu all c»«es, the most inviolable secrecy may he relied 011. Sold in Swansea at the Cambrian Office. Pric- fs. 6J., or, free by post to any address, lor 3s. 6d. CAUTION. DELCROIX & CO., 158, New Bowl-street, London, Perfumers (by appointment) to Her Most Gracious Ma- jesty, and Her Majesty the Queen Dowager, respectfully cau- tion the Nobility and Gentry against base counterfeits of their far famed Esprit de Lavande, Vegetable Extract, <|-c., made by discharged servants of J. Delcroix & Co., who are equally in. competent to ascertain the danger of what they extol as Del. croix's Cosmetics," &c., as they are to discover what might be useful. These worthless imitations are, for the sake of exorbi- tlmt profit, fuisted upon the public as j»enu»ue by Ferlonert cut Hairdressers, having the appearunce of respectability, well knowing them to be gross impositions, possessing none of the highly appreciated qualities of the original. To prevent such fraudulent practices the Nobility and Gentry of the United Kingdom are invited to send their orders direct to Messrs. Del- croix & Co., 158, N ew Bond-street, who, to protect the far-famed celebrity of their Establishment, wiil forward them, free of car- riage, and on the same terms as they supply the Nobility in Town. With the view, also, of offering a further protection against the insidious and unp.-incip ed attacks of those individ- uals usurping the titie, and endeavouring to undermine the ac knowtednedtameof "DRLCROIX AND CO.'i ORIGINAL ARTICLES," they respectfully caution their Illustrious Pa- trons against being misled by Placards, &c., announcing a Removal," which the unwary would believe was that of Del- croix & Co., and but which is, in reality, the removal of J. Del. croix & Co.'s dUcharged servants. The improvements in the premises are now completed in a style of comfort and elegance hith.erto unattrmpted, and the Nobility and Gentry are invited to nspect an unequalled assortment 01 rasinonduie foreign and English Perfumery. Also, their long-established and far- celebrated Delcroix's Esprit de I«avande Aux nfillefleurs, So universally approved in every quarter of the habitable globe, the fact being established by numerous attempts of unprinci- pled contemporaiies (who have totally tailed) to imitate the same. It i! however, neces-ary the public should be cautioned 1 against imposition.—Price 3s. 6d. and 39. 6d. Delcroix's Vegetable Extract. Well known in the fashionable world as pre-eminently success- ful for cleansing the hair, and giving it a most delectable ap. pearance and pleasing fragrance, and keeping it in curl during exercise or damp weatlier.-Price S-. 6d., 5s., and JO.. Delcroix & Co's Royal Booqnets. via-: BOUQUET DE LA REINE VICTORIA—BOUQUET DU PRINCE ALBERT—BOUQUET DES NOCES ROY. ALES-BOUQUET DE LA PRINCESS15 ROYALE— BOUQUET ROYALE WILLIAM IV.-BOUQUET DU ROI GEORGE IV. DELCROIX and CO.'S new Perfume is the PRINCE OF WALES'S BOUQUET," which is a combination of the fra- grance of the most delicious flowers, in which the flavour of the moss rose bears a most conspicuous part. This perfume is co- lourless and will not soil the most delicate handkerchief—Price Ss. 6d. and 5s. per bottle. The Lovers of Elegant Perfumes are solicited to call at 158, New Bond-street, and try Delcroix & Co.'s Royal Bouquets un their handkerchiefs (for which purpose bottles are always open free), and to a handkerchief so perfumed, the combined fra- grance of the choicest conservatory must yield precedence. De croix's Macassar Oil. Imported under the sanction ol the Lords of the Treasury," for the use of Her Most Gracious Majesty, and their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal, &c is a delightfully fragrant and transparent preparation for the Hair, and, as an invigorator and beautifier, is beyond ail precedent. It bestows the ruo,t brilliant gloss, together with a strong ten- dency to curl; and is the only known specific capable of effec- tually sustaining the Hair in decorative charm from the heet of crowded assemblies, or the effects of a damp atmosphere.—The Original and Genuine DELCROIX'S MACASSAR OIL is protected by two elegantly-executed correct likenesses, in embossed medallions, of Her Alajest v, and His Royal Highness Prince Albert, with the signature and address of the proprietors. It produces beautifully flowing curls, and hy the transcendent lustre it imparts renders the Hair truly enchanting. To avoid the counterfeits generally sold by Hairdressers, be sure to ask for Delcroix's Macassar Oil," 158, New Bond..treet.-Price 3s. 6d. per bottle. Delcroix's Kalydor» A French Cosmetic, surpassing all others lor preserving and beautifying the complexion, prepared for the use of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, and Her Majesty the Queen Dowager, by especial command, and protected by letters pa- tent, the label bt aring the Roval Amis, elegantly embossed, surmounted by the Prince of Wales's Plume. Cet essentiel parfait" fur the Lady's Toilet impart. a softness to the skin, and removes all cutaneous eruptions, giving to the complexion a clear and healthful appearance. DELCROIX'S KALYDOR Is an odoriferous creamy hqmd—the only safe and efficacious preparation for dissipating Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Spots, and other disfigurements of the skin. The radient bloom it imparts to the cheek, and the softness and delicacy it induces on the hands, arms, and neck, render it indispensable to every toilet.. Ask for Delcroix's Kalydor," 158, New Buiid-Arect-Price 4s. 6d. per bottle. Caution to Ladies and Families- The high repute and, consequently, great demand for Del- croix and Co.'s unique preparations, have excited the cupidity ot IMPOSTORS (destitute alike of honour and of talent),' Quacks, who, for the sake of "GAIN," impose (hy a conni- vance with unprincipled venders of perfumery) their perniciou- compounds upon the public as she real" Delcroix's Kalydor" for the complexion, 61 Delcroix's Macas-ar Oil" for the Hair, &o &c., to frustrate such imposition*, Delcroix and Co. have obtained Injunctions from the High Court of Chancery against several offenders, also a Chancery Protective Label, which in future will be affixed to every genuine article, with the signas tore of "J. DELCROIX," in Red Ink; at the top. a "Crown," and the address, 158, New Bond-street," in the centre, sur. rounded by tne wor,!s Protected by the Court t)f Chalicery, .I and at the bottom, "J. DELCKOIX & CO. in Blue Ink. Purchasers will do well to return all articles not so guaranteed. The extreme difficulty in executing this label (which is on the principle Hdopted to prevent forgery in the departments of Government, precludes the possibility of imitation, and will effectually protect THE NOBILITY FROM IMPOSITION AND FRAUD. Orders for India shipped on board free of expense. The Genuine is sold by J. Williams, Cambrian Office, and J. M. Jones (late Morgan), Perfumer, Swansea. For Gout, Rheumatism, and Rheumatic Gout. ^IMCO;S GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS are a certain and safe remedy; they restore tranquillity to the nerves, give tone to the stomach, and strength to the whole system. No other medicine can be compared to these excellent pills, as they prevent the disorder from attacking the Stomach or Head, and have restored thousands from pain and misery, to health and comfort. Sold by A. Willoughby & Co., late B. G. Windus, 61, Bishops- gale Without; also by J. Williams, Cambrian Office, Swansea, and nearly all Medicine Venders, at Is. lid. or 2s. 9ri. per box. CUPISS'S CONSTITUTION HORSE BALLS. TO Sportsmen, Agriculturists, Postmasters, and all Proprietors ot Horses, these Balis are particularly re- commended III all ca*es of swelled legs, cracked heei", loss of appetite, and vitrf) energy for coughs, colds, fever or inflam- mation, they are the best medicine that can be exhibited, moreover tueiroperation, though effectual, is so mild, that they require no alteration of diet, and if given with a bran misli on Saturday night, will not interfere wiih the enduing week's regular work. NEAT CATTLE. The flattering account which the proprietor of the Constitu- tion Balls ha, received from many highly re-pectahle Gentle- men, of their use for Cows and Oxen. induces him particularly to call the attention of Farmers and Graziers to them, as they will be found a must valuable medicine in cases of hove or blown, scouring on turning out to gr.iss or from bad food, gar- gate, hide bound, loss ot appetite, staling cont, distemper, epi- demic, or influenza. Bullocks fat much faster by occasionally giving a ball. PREPARED ONLY BY FRANCIS CD HISS, M.R.V.C., And Author of the" Prize Es-ay on the Disease of the Liv»'r of the Hor>e," y'i.Nødolk and sold by all respectable Medi- cine Venders III Towlt and Country, in Packer*, six Iwlls each, 3s. 6d. per packet, villi wrapper giving full directions for the. u-e of the halls, and treatment of the Horse whilst taking tliem. Any Gentleman u-ing the Balls may consult the Proprietor gratuitously, either personally, or by lettet, post-paid. To Mr. F. Cupis-. Diss, Kenningh:dt, Aug. 17,1843, DEAR SIR—I beg to thank you for recommending me lo use your Constitution Balls to my Cow that scoured, a* they have perfectly cured her, and I greatly regret that I did not know of them last year, for I lost two fn.e short-horned bullocks from the s tne disease, after incurring an expense for medical at. lenddllce 01 upwards of sevell pounds, and as the cow above alluded 10 w .s in the last s'age of the disease, I feel saiified the Balls would have cured the two bullocks: you may justly re- commend ihem tor this disease I remain, yours truly, JOHN FRED. RUFFLE. FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPATBAT rHIS invaluable Medicine WAS extensively adopted b> the la e Sir ASTLEY P. COOPER, Bart., F R S„ and is highly recommended in the public and private practice or Sir BENJAMIN BKODIE, Bart., F.R.S. JOSEPH HENRY GREEN, E-q., K.R.S. BUAN^BY B COOPER, Esq, F.R.S. Members ot the Council of the Royal College ol Surgeons, London; H. A. CiESAR, M.D M R C.S., Professor of Anatomy in the Cork School of Medicine and Sur. gery, President ot tne Hunterian Societ V of Edinburgh, &c. and many other highly disiinguidied Members ot the Medical Profession, by whom it is deemed the only Specific lor the cure of those distasi s to winch it is more immediately applicable, mid which are pariicularly described in the testimonials accom- panying enclt bottle. The most delicate persons may take it with perfect safety, and niili great advantage to the general health. Prepared only by George Frank-, Surgeon, 9¡), Blackfriars- road, London, where it may be had in bottles at <2s.9d., 4s. 6d., and: I II. eoch; and of all respectable Druggists and Patent Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom. CA unos .-U liles, "George Franks, Blackfriarsroad," is engraved 011 t he Government Stump, it cannot be genuine. Mr. Franks may be consulted umil two o'clock daily. The following Ttstimonials are selected from amongst itumertius others forwarded to Mr frank! :— From Joseph Henry Cteen, Esq., F.R.S., one of tl18 Council of th e Royal College 01 Surgeons, Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital. & Professor of Surgery its King'sCollege. London. I have made trial ot Mr. Frai.ks's Soluliou of Copaiba, at St. Thomas's Hospital, 111 a variety of cases of discharges in the mule and female, and the results warrant my slating that it is an efficatious remedy, and one which does not produce the usual unpleasant dfecl. of Copaiba. (Signed) JOSEPH HKNRY GREEN. 45. Lincoln's Inn Fields, April 15, 1835. From Bransby Cooper, Esq., F.R.S.. one of the Couiicil of the Royal College ot Surgeons, Surgeon to Guy's Hospital, anil Lecturer 011 Anatomy, &c. Mr. Br»nsb> Cooper presents his compliments to Mr. George Franks, and ha* great pleasure in beating testimony to the effi- cacy ot his solutiou of Copaiba in Gonorrhoea; for which disease Mr. Cooper has presented tlie: Solution in ten or twelve cases with perfect success. New-street, -A-fntt 13. 1335; From R. VV. Meade, Esq., late Colonel commanding the Rifle Brigade in iheColumbiau Service, and formerly Captain 111 his Majesty's lSth Light Dragoons. SIR—Having retired from active life, I feel a strong repug- nance aguutst appearing before the public in any character, but my reluctance has been overcome bY a sense of duty I owe to any Itllow-beings, aud the gratitude I feel towards you. Having served many year, in hit Majesty's army ill India, and subsequently in the Columbian Forces, under the gallant but ill requited Bolivar, I contracted in those hot climates A disease which has for years inflicieti on me the most poignant suifc iugs since, however, I have been fortunate enough to obtain all in- troduction to YOII, and having used your Solution 01 Copaiba a few times, I have been relieved beyond my most sauguine expectations, and am now entirely free ftO.n pain, or the Qo. structions to which I was so inauy years a victim. I am, Sir, your obedient sovant, (Signed) R. W. MEADE. Walham Green, Dec, t, 1&S5. .& THE AMERICAN MEDICINE. Dr. Moffat's Life Pills and Phoenix Bitten. I^HESE Medicines have long been known through- out the American Continent, and appreciated for their ex. traordinary and immediate powers of restoring perfect health to persons suffering under nearly every kind of disease to which the human frame is liable. in many hundreds of certified instances, they have even rescued sufferers from the very verge of an uutiiuely grate, after all the deceptive nostrums ol the day had utterly failed; and to many thousands they have permanently secured that uniform eijoy. nient of health, without which life itself is but a partial blessing. So great, indeed, has their eiffcacy invariably and infallibly proved, that it has appeared scarcely less than miraculous to those wilt) were unacquainted with the beautifully phitosophica) principte* upon which they are compounded, and upon which they conse- quently act. The first operation is (o loosen from the eoatll of the stomach and bowels the various impurities and crudities constantly settling around them; and to remove the hardened faeces which collect in the convolutions of the small intestines. Other medicines only partially eleanse these, and leave such collected masses behind as to produce habitual costiveness, with all its train of evils, or sudden diarrhoea, with its imminent dangers. This fact is well known to all regular anatomists, who examine the human bowels after death, and hence the prejudice of these well informed men against the quack medicines of the age. The second effect of the VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS is to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and by this means the liver and the lungs, the healthful action of which entirely depends upon the regularity of the urinary organs. The blood, which takes its red colour from the agency of the liver and the lungs before it passes into the heart, being thus purified by them, and nourished by food coining from a elean stomach, courses freely through the veins, renews every part of the system, and triumphaotlv mounts the banner of health in the blooming cheek. The following are among the distressing variety or human diseases, to which the Vegetable Life Pills are well known to be infallihle:- DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind j—flatulency. Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn and Headache, Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, L(gngour, anti which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish as a natural consequence of its cure. CoslivBueH, by cleansing the whole length of the intestines with a solvent process, and without violence: all violent purges leave the bowels costive within two days. Diarrheeu and Cholera, by removing the sharp acrid fluids by which these complaints are occasioned, and by promoting the lubrioative secretions of tbe mucous membrane. Fevers of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a regular circulation through the process of perspiration in some cases, and the thorough solution of all intestinal obstructions in others. Tne Life Medicines have been known to cure Rheumatism permanently in three weeks, and Gout in half that time, by re- moving local inflammation trom the muscles and ligaments of the joints. Dropsies of all kinds, by fleeing und strengthening the kidnevs and bladder; they operate most delightfully on those important organs, ana hence have ever been found a certain remedy for the worse cases of Gravel. Also Worms, by dis- lodging from the turnings of tbe bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures adbere Asthma and Consumption, by relieving the air vessels of the luugs from the mucus, which even slight colds will occasion, which, if not removed, becomes hardened, and pro- duces those dreadful diseases. Scurvy, Ulcers, and Inveteiate Sores, by the perfect purity which these Life Pills give to the blood and all the humours; Scorbutic Eruptions and Bad Com- plexions, by their alterative efteot upon the fluids that feed the skin, the morbid slate of which occasions all Eruptive complaints, Sallow, Cloudy, and oilier disagreeable Complexions, The use of these Pills for a very short time will effect an entire cure of SaU Rheum, Erysipelas, and a striking improvement in the Clearness of the Skin. Common Colds and Infiueuza will always be cured by one dose, or by two, even in the worst cases. Piles—a a remedy for this most distressing and obstinate malady, the Vegetable Life Pills deserve a distinct and emphatic recommendation. It is well known to hundreds in the cily of New York, that the originator of these invaluable Pills was himself afflicted with this complaint for upwards of tliirty-Jive years, and that he tried in vain every remedy prescribed within the whole compass of the Materia Me- dica. He, however, at length tried the medicine which is now offered to the public, and lie was cured in a very short time, after his recovery had been pronounced iiot oulj improbable, but ab. solutely impossible, by any iiuiuau means. The Life Medicine will never fail to eradicate entirely all the effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most powerful pre- parations of Sarsaparilla, and will immediately cure the determi. nation of BLOOD TO THE HEAD; never fail in the sickness incident to young females; and will be found a certain remedy in all cases of nervous debility and weakness of the most impaired constitutions. The PHCENIX BITTERS are sold in bottles at 4s. 6d. and Us. each; and the LIFE PILLS io boxes at Is. lid., 2s. 3d., and 4s. 6d. each. SOLE AGENT FOR SWANSEA: Mr. C. T. WILSON, Caste-square.