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LONDON. FEB. 13.

THE IRISH STATE TRIALS.

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GENUINE PERUVIAN AND BOLIVIAN GUANO CONSTANTLY ON SALE. APPLY to the Importers. GIBBS, BRIGHT, and riL Co., 28, Orchard-street; or at GEORGE and JAMES BUSH's Warehouse, Baldwin-streef, Bristol, where it may be seen. FOR SWANSEA DIRECT. The Schooner MAJESTIC, Of the Burthen lSyi tons, William Tamplyn, Master, WILL TAKE IN GOODS. At HAY'S WHARF, TOOLEY-STREKT, LONDON, For Swansea, Neath, Aberavon, Llanelly, Llandilo, Llanjadotk, Llandovery, and plares adjacent, Until Friday, the 1st of March, 1844, and will sail on or about that day. For Freights and Particulars apply to the Captain on Board, or at Mr. Strick's Office, Strand, Swansea. Swansea, Feb. 12th. 1844. Sale by Auction of Plate, Linen, China, Glass, znd Miscellaneous Effects. Mr. JOHN DAVIES Will SELL by AUCTION, On FRIDAY, the 23d inst., at the NEW ROOM, No. 6, oppaite the Island Honse, Wind-street, Swansea, without reserve ISCFLLANEOUS EFFECTS, the property of lvJL N.W.SIMONS, Esq., consisting of about 100 ounce-of plate, china, including real Dresden desert, and handsome tea services, cut glass, feather beds, bed and chamber linen, bo<ks, wardrobe, handsome London-made easy chair, together will a variety of other articles of general use, which may be inspected the day preceding the sale. I Catalogues of particulars may be had at the office of the Auct ioncer, Posl-Office, Swansea. SALE BY AUCTION Of the Household Furniture, China, Glass, and Books, at No. 4, Rutland-place, Swansea, on Wednesday and Thurs- day, the 20th and 21 st of March next. Mr. JOHN DAVIES W ILL S ELL BY AUCTI ON, ALL the excellently-preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS (tbe property of RICHARD HlGGS, Esq., who purposes removing from Swansea), consisting of mahogany dining, loo, card, sofa, work, aid other tables, sofas, settees, and chelHoneers, sideboard, dining and drawing. room chairs, iron kangaroo chair, sonombra and argand lanps, pictures, cbimney and dressing-glasses, Brussels and Kidder- minster carpets, handsome mahogany four-post Frenoh and tent bedsteads and moreen furniture, mahogany and painted cbetts of drawers, washhand-stands and toilet tables, French and stber chamber chairs, handsonte cut-glass and china, &c. &c., together with kitchen requisites. On view the day preceding sale, catalogues of which iray be had at the office of the Auctioneer, Post-Otfice, Swansea. Bryn-y-Mor House. SALE by AUCTION, on MONDAY, MARCH 4th nest. Mr. J. DAVIES WILL SELL BY AUCTION, Under the direction of the Executors of the late Robert Eaton, Esq., at Brvn-v-Mor, THE FARMING STOCK,"GARDEN and FARM- ING IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c., consisting of abont 50 tons of prime harvested hay of excellont quality, farming carts and cart harness, ploughs, harrows, chaff machine, large iron garden roller, field wooden roller, several house ladders, grind- stones, large iron gravel screen, hay rakes and pitchforks; to- gether with a variety of other farming implements. Also a good two-wheel gig, sets of single harness, seteral side and other saddles, and balbing machine. And on the 12th of March, and following days, will be Sold bv Auction, All the very valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, particulars of which will be giveu in future adver- tisements BkYN-Y MOR HOUSE, which is so constructed as to afford every comfort and convenience for a gentleman's establishment, having spacious dwelling and sleeping apartments, with a splendid wall Garden, well stocked with Iruit trees, i3 TO BE LET, onfurnisbed, from the 25ih March next. It may be had Reedy Furnished, if taken within the present month. For particulars enquire at the Oflice of the Auctioneer, Post- Olfice, Swansea. T. GLOVER Begs to announce that he has been instructed by the Proprietor to submit to PUBLIC COMPETITION, THE whole of the elegant and highly finished Drawing Room, Dining Room, Chamber, and other FUR- NITURE, a superior eiglkt-day Time-keeper (Carter, London), &c„ »t BURROWS LODGE, SWANSEA, together with a handsome Bay Horse, 15 bands 3 in., eight years old, qaiet in double and single harness. set of four-horse and single Harness, and other Saddlery, by Shipley, London two Prime Cows, &c., which will take place the last week in Marob. More descriptive particulars will appear in next advertisement. TO BF, SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. T. GLOVER, On TUESDAY, the 20th FEBRUARY instant, at two o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced), at the CASTLE HOTH)., SWANSEA, ALL that COPYHOLD FARM & LANDS, with the COTTAGES lately built thereon, called NORTON, in the parish of Oystermouth, in the county of Glamorgan, in the following lota:- Lot 1.-All those FIVE FIELDS or CLOSES of MEA- DOW, PASTURE, and ARABLE LAND, situate at Norton, adjoining Coltsbill Farm, now in the occupation of John Thomas, and containing 15A. 1 R. and IP., or thereabouts. There is an excellent Limestone Quarry in the above lot, easily worked, and fit for Building or Lime Burning purposes. Lot 2.—All that newly-built COTTAGE and GARDEN, situate at Norton, now in the occupation of John Lloyd. Lot 3.—All that newly-built COTTAGE and GARDEN, adjoining lot 2, now in the occupation of Thomas Harris. Lot 4.—All that FIELD of PASTURE LAND, situate under West Cross House, near the turupike-road leading rrom Swansea to the Mumbles, lately in the occupation of John Thomas, con- taining 3R. and 20P., or thereabouts. Lot 5.-—All that FIELD of MEADOW LAND, situate near lot 4, and adjoining the aforesaid turnpike-road, lately in the oc- cupation of the said John Thomas, containing I A. SR. and Gp., or thereabouts. All the above property is situate within four mites of the market- town of Swansea. Lot I consists of Land of very superior quality, and is situtte within a short distance of the turnpike-road leading from Swansea to tbe Mumbles. Lots 4 and 5 are contiguous, and contain a good frontage to the said road, and afford eligible sites for building or garden ground. A Plan of the Property may be seen and particulars obtained at tbe Office of Mr. Mansfield, Solicitor; or at the Auctioneer's Office, Swansea, ¡ NOTICE is hereby civen, that WILLIAM JOHN 1 LAW, Esq., one of her Majesty's Commissioners for the Re!iefof Insolvent Debtors, will, on the 19th day of FEBRUARY instant, at the hour of ten in the forenoon precisely, attend at the Court-House, at SWANSEA, in the county of Glamorgan, and hold a COURT for the RELIEF of INSOLVENT DEBTORS, pursuant to the Statute. Glamorganshire Lent Assizes, 1844. THE COMMISSIONS of NISI PRIUS, of OYER and TERMINER, and of GENERAL GAOL DELIVERY for the Connty of GLAMORGAN, will be opened at the GUILDHALL, in the Town of Swansea, in the said County, on THURSDAY, the Twentv-ninth day of FEBRUARY instant, before the Honourable Sir JOHN WILLI A Ma, Knight, one of the Justices of our Lady the Queen of her Court- of Queen's Bench, and the Honourable Sir WILLIAM HENRY MAULE, Knight, one of the Justices of oor Lady the Queen of her Court of Common Pleas, when all Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, and Bailiffs of Liberties wilhin the said County, and all Jurors, Per- sons bound by Recognizances, Witnesses, and others having business, are requested to attend. JOHN BRUCE PRYCE. Enqnire. Sheriff. The High Sheriff of the County requests the honour of the Company of tbe Gentlemen in the Commission nf the Peace, and or those summoned on the Grand Jury, at Dinner at the Mack- worth Arms Inn, Swansea, on Thursday, the 29tb instant, being the Commission dav above proclaimed. February loth, 1844. SW ANSEA TURNPIKE TRUST. NOTTCE is hereby given, that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES of this DISTRICT will be held at tbe GUILDHALL, in SWANSEA, on THURSDAY, the 14th day of MARCH next, at twelve o'clock at noon, in pursuance of an Act past in the third and fourth years of the reign of hislAle Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled An Act requiring the Annual Statements of Trustees or Com- missioners of Turnpike Roads to be transmitted to the Secretary of Sta!e, and afterwards laid before Parliament." THOMAS A. MARTEN, Clerk to the Trustees. Dated Swansea, 14th February, 1844. WICHTUBE TURNPIKE TRUST. NOTICE is herebv given, lhat the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES of this DISTRICT, will be held at the GUILDHALL, in SWANSEA, on THURSDAY, the 14th day of MARCH uext, at twelve o'clock at noon, in pursuance of an Act passed in the third and fourth years of the reign of bis late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled y I An Act requiring the Animal Statements of Trustees or Com- missioners of Turnpike Roads to be transmitted to the Secretary of State, and afterwards laid before Parliament." THOMAS A. MARTEN, Clerk to the Trustees. Dated Swansea, 14th February, 1844. NEATH and CWM-Y-GORSE TURNPIKE DISTRICTS. GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING. NOTICE is hereby given, that the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES of the said DISTRICTS will be held at the TOWN-HALL, in the town of NEATH, in the county of Glamorgan, on FRIDAY, the eighth day of MARCH next, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, in pursuance of the Acts of Parliament in that behalf made. ALEXANDER CUTHBERTSON, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Districts. Dated 15th February, 1844. Swansea. Paving and Lighting Act. ^ff^HE Commissioners appointed by, or in pursuance _fi_ of, an Act of Parliament made and passed in the 49th year of the reign of his late.Majesty King George the Third, inlituled An Act for better Paving, Repairing, Cleansing, Lighting, and Watching the several Slreets, and other Public Passages and Places within the Town and Franchise of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, and for removing and preventing Nuisances. An- noyances. and Obstructions therein,"—hereby signify their inten- tion, "nd give Nolice, that theT intend BORROWING the SUM of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS, to be secured upon the Credit of the Rates or Assessments granted and made pavable by the said Act—Dated itio 13tt> day ot Kebroary, 1844. GEORGE THOMAS. Clerk to the said Commissioners. Taff Vale Railway. GENERAL HALF-YEARLY MEETING. NOTICE is hereby given, that the next GENERAL HALF-YEARLY MEETING of the PROPRIETORS of this COMPANY, will be held, pursuant to the Act of Pailia- ment, at the CARDIFF ARMS HOTEL, CARDIFF, On WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of Februarv, 1844. The Chair will be taken at twelve o'clock preciselv Signed, J. J. GUEST, Chairman. Notice is also hereby given, that the Books kept for the Registra- ri m tion of Transfer will beclosed from Wednesday, the 14th ÔIIV of February, until after the holding ot the said General Half-Yearly Meeting. By order, A. F. MORCOM, Secretary pro tem. Railway Oflice, Cardiff, Feb. 1st, 1844. IN the Matter of the Petition of DAVID MORRIS THOM AS, at present and for the last twelve months past residing at Cwtn Amman, in the parish of Bettws, in the cotintv of Carmarthen, Surgeon, Notice is hereby given, lhat RICHARD STEVENSON, Esquire, the Commissioner acting- in the matter of this Petition, will proceed to make a final order thereon, at the Bristol District Court of Bankruptcy, at the City of Bristol, on Wednesday, the 6th day of March next, at half-past eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely, unless cause be there and then shown to the contrary. J. H. POLLOCK, Deputy Registrar. E. E. D. GROVE, Solicitor, Danetty. T JOHN BENNETT, at present and for three — years p ist, residing in the Town and Franchise of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and being a Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, do hereby give Notice, that I intend to present a Petition to the Commissioners of the Bristol District Court of Bankruptcy, praying to be examined touching my Debts, Estate. and Effects, and to be protected from all process, upon making a full disclosure and surrender of such Estate and Effects, for pay- ment of my just and lawful debts and I hereby further give Notice, that the time when the matter of the said Petition shall he heard, is to be advertised in the London Gazette and in the Cambrian Newspaper, one month at the least after the date hereof.—As witness my hand, this fourteenth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty four. Witness, JAMts LEWIS. JOHN BENNETT. To Shipwrights. WANTED, by a Master Shipwright, in Swansea, W a YOUNG MAN, capable of undertaking the Situation of a FOREMAN in the above Business. He must have a tho- rough knowledge of Building and Repairing of Ships, and none need apply who is not fully competent He must be of sober and steady habits, and produce unexceptionable reference as to ability. Apply to Mr. Win. Meager, Shipbuilder, Swansea. To Journeymen Bakers. WANTED immediately, a sober steady YOUNG MAN, from 20 to 3i> years of age, in the BREAD and BISCUIT LINE, wha will be capable of attending to the above branches. For terms apply to G. H. Davies, Grocer, &c., Pembroke Dock, South Wales. To Shippers, Coal Proprietors, and Landowners. A YOUNG MAN, aged 26 years, who is strictly sober and of business habits, is desirous of obtaining a SITUATION as CLERK, AGENT, or OVERLOOKER in either of the above or any other out-of-door employment, suitable where he may obtain a remunerative salary. WANTEDaho.aSITUATION intbe GENERAL DRAPERY TRADE.—Would have no objections lo take tbe Management of a Branch concern. References the most satisfactory can be given, and security if required. Apply by letter, Post-paid, to R. P., Post-office, Llanelly. SOCIETY For Promoting Christian Knowledge. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the SWANSEA and GOWER BRANCH of tbe said SO- CIETY, will be held at tbeTowNHALL, on THURSDAY next, 22d inst., at half-past twelve o'clock preciselv. SAMUEL DAVIES. Grange, 16th February. 1814. GLAMORGANSHIRE General Agricultural Society. WE, the undersigned, the President and three Members of (he Committee, lierebv convene a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of this SOCIETY, to he held at the BEAR INN, in the town of COWBRIDGE/OD TUESDAY, the twelfth day 01 MARCH, 1844, at twelve o'clock at noon, f-r the purpose of taking into consideration the proprie|v of revising certain of the Rules of the Society, and if so agped upon, to alter them accordingly, and for other special business. CHARLES MORGAN, President WM. J. WArSON, 7 THOS. GODDARD, Committee. WM. WHAIHAM, ) EDWARD BRADLEY, Secretary. NOTICE. ALL Persons to whom THOMAS THOMAS, late of Swansea, Solicitor, deceased, shod indebted at the time of his decease, are requested forthwith t(setid in their Accounts to the undersigned, that the same may be examined. LEWIS THOMAS, Solictor to the Execalors. Swansea, 15th February, 1844. NOTICE. ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of MARTHA MARTIN, late of Ynislawe, in tie parish of Llangyfelach, in thecountv of Glamorgan, Widow, diceased, are requested to pay their respective Debts to Mr. Edvard M. Davies, Solicitor, Swansea, forthwith; and all Persons o whom the said Martha Martin stood indebted at the time of Ilfr decease, are requested to send in their accounts to the said Edvard M. Davies, forthwith. WILLIAM MARTIN, > „ JOSEPH M\RTIN, Executors. Dated 12tb February, 1844. E. JENKHS, CABINET-MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND PAPER-HANGER, BEGS leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of Swansea and its icinity, lhat he will open in the above line of business on Saturday,tbe 24ih inst., and hope by strict attention to merit a share of (her patronage. E. J. intends commencing with alarms Slock, both in materials and ready-made goods, and those wto will have the kindness to visit his premises, will find that Iber can purchase at reduced prices. N.B. All goods manufacture! on the premises. 7, College-street, Feb. 15,1814. MILFORJ, 24th January, 1844. JOHN HOGAN, SHIPBUILDER,$-c., IN returning his very sineen thanks to his extensive circle of Friends, and Houses ofthe first respectability, who have favoured him with their kind patronage and support for the many years he has been in business, begs most respectfully to inform them, and the Shipowners in general, that be, in concur- rence wilh other well wishers of tie Port, deeply deplores the continued want of accommodation lere for properly repairing Vessels of large Burthen, and with in earnest intention of over- coming that great difficulty, he has commenced with a determi- nation to carrj into immediate eflec the erection of a spacions X>2CK, which will afford accommodation tc Vessel^of 1000 Tons. J. H. further begs to bring to itiblic notice, that, convinced of tbe paramount importance of economy and dispatch, he is re- solved or. making such reduced charges as will meet the exigencies of the present depressed fttate of the Shipping Interest, and trusts that, by his strict and personal attendance, and the constant super- intendence of an experinced Foreman, as Shipwright, he will merit a continuance of those favours from his kind Patrons and Friends, and encouragement from the Shipping Interest in general. J. H. bevs it may be distinctly understood, that he has no con- nexion with any oilier Shipbuilder here, or with the Patent Slip. testimonial To WILLIAM CHAMBERS, Esq., Jun. AT a MEETING ofthe INHABITANTS of LLANELLY and its NEIGHBOURHOOD, held on the 5th of February, 1844, It was unanimously Resolved, To present WILLIAM CHAMBERS, Esq., Jun., with a PIECE OF PLATE, as a lasting Testimonial, that bis intrepid conduct during the whole of the Rebecca Riols,-his often- expressed anxiety, and public offer to use his utmost endeavours and influence in getting redressed the great Toll grievance of the country by every lawful means,—and subsequently his fearless devotion as a Magistrate in assisting to put down a bold but insane attempt III destro, the harriers of Law and Social Order, involving as they do in their consequences, personal security, house and borne, life, and the sacredness of private property, —are dulv ap- preciated by bis Friends, his Neighbours, and his Townsmen and it is hoped and expected, ihatimmv Country Gentlemen, par- ticipating in the like feeling, will honour the Subscription List with their names, and the cause with their support. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED BY Messrs. Morris and Suns, Bankers. Carmarthen, WilkinsandCo., Llanelly, J. J. Weir, Esq Swansea, John Kowland, Esq. Neath. An Appeal to the Benevolent. A Clergyman of the Established Church, in a re- mote district in Wales, having met with an awful and untimely end by accidentally falling into a deep pit, on the night of the 24th of January last, has left a Widow aud Six Children entirely destitute and unprovided for. The lollowing Clergymen and Gentlemen of the neighbonrhood have formed themselves into a Committee to receive Subscriptions on behalf of the bereaved Family, in the hope of thus obtaining meatts for their present support, and for euabling the Children, in a few years, to provide for themselves. The following are the names of the Committee, and all Dona- tions forwarded to them, or to the Glamorganshire Banking Com- pany, Neath, will be gratefntty received HOWKL GWYN, Esq., Baglun H"nse. Rev. in. THOMAS, Rector of Killybebyll. T. DAVIES, Rector of Vsirad^nnlais. D. H. GRIFFITH, Vicar of Cadoxton. D. W. JEFFREYS, Curate of Neath. SUBSCRIPTIONS. 'J X. i. a. The Lord Bishop of Llandaff 5 0 0 H. Gwyn 5 0 0 Mrs. Gwyn 2 00 Rev. W. B. Knight.. 1 0 0 R. D. Gougb 2 0 0 Mrs. Gough 1 0 0 Miss Gough 0 10 0 Rev. H. H. Knight.. 1 0 0 W. Thomas 1 0 0 T. Davies 1 0 0 D. H. Griffith.. 10 0 D. W. Jeffreys 1 0 0 Stib. bv ditto 1 0 0 Dr. Elliot 1 0 0 Rev. G. Griffiths 0 10 0 W. 1). Rees 1 0 0 Chas. Griffith 1 0 0 Mrs. Grillitti 1 0 0 Mrs. Davies 10 0 J. P. Williams 1 0 0 C. Miers 10 0 x. s. a. J. Redwood 1 0 0 J. Rowland .0100 M rs. Freeman 0 10 0 S.Gardner 0 10 0 L.Griffiths 0 10 0 W. Griffiths 0 10 0 John Hopkins 0 10 0 A Friend, by Rev. W. D. Jeffreys 0 5 0 R. H. Miers" 0 10 0 Mrs.Tennant 2 0 0 J. Trenchard Trench- ard, Ringstead, Dorset. 2 0 0 CollingsMangerCarr^ 10 0 MissTcnoant. 1 0 0 CLas.Tennant. 2 0 0 R. Rees 0 10 0 Mrs. W. Image, Bury St. Edmunds 0 10 0 H. S Coks 0 10 0 Cambrian Newspaper 0 10 0 ART UNION or ILOIfUOIV, 4, TRAFALGAR SQUARE, CHARING CROSS, ESTABLISHED 1837. t p,.esident-H. R. H. The Duke of Cambridge, Vice President-Tho Most Noble the Marquis of Northampton, P.R.S. ^HE SUBSCRIBERS off he current year, ending March B 30th, will receive for each Guinea paid, besides the chance of obtaining a valuable Work of Art, an Impres-ion of a Line Engraving, by Mr. E. Goodall, from the picture by Clarkson Staufield, R.A., "TheC!)st)eofI<chi,);" and, in addition to this, a series of Twenty-two Designs in Onl line (size 12 incites by 8), made expressly for the Society by Mr. H. C. Selous, and en. grared.by Mr. Heury Moses, illustrative of the Pilgrim's Pro- gress." An early Subscription is earnestly solicited, to enable the Com mittee to make arrangements for their distribution immediately after the close of tbe lists. A Specimen Impression of the Engraving due to the Subscribers of the year 1843 (" RaffaeUe and the Fornarina," engraved by Mr. L. Stocks, after Sir A. Callcott, R.A.) together with the series of Outlines, may be seen at the oflice, or by application to the undermentioned. Subscriptions may be paid to, and Prospectuses with every information obtained of, the Local Honorary Secretaries for SOUTH WALES, viz Neath George E. Aubrey, Esq., Bank, Swansea W. Bevnn, Esq., Surgeon, Carmarthen Mr. G. Bagnall, Haverfordwest T. Owen, Esq., Merthyr Ttfdvil T. J. D* ke, Esq., Surgeon, Newcastle Etnlyn J. Phillips, Esq., Surgeon, Tenb\) Robert Brough, Esq. or, at the Society's Office, 4, Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, London. GEO. GODWIN, F.R.S..F.S.A. ) Honorary LEWIS POCOCK, F.S.A, } Secretaries. February, 1844,

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