Goh»?^1w.?uldst view falrTINTERX aright, (For n,! '^e pa!e m°°n light;! Gild hn» Yearns of gladsome day tW ruin gray). Then go alone the while— Marv's ruin'd pile *as' BpTJe r°turning,soothly swear, scene so sad, so fair.
(, c ,« i .J, As some proad column,though alone. EAGLAND hath propp'd a tartMring ttaonHr Now is t&e Halely "Luma bwlte, The IwioM light i. qwaiVA in IMP Tbe trumpet'* silver sound It •feiU> Tb* warder tU«nt 911 th» hUl jr
I A ^°aT COMMEBCUL EOOK. A- £ eSnE3A,L MEETir G of the SUBSCRIBERS ami A! TOWM UC interested in this Institution, will bo held b! •r«e oV|\lL' Newport, on MONDAY, the 13th, inst., "tts»0«ss< Cl°<* in the Afternoon precisely, on important ^eb.8th ift<lo TIIOS. WOOLLEIT, Hon. Secretary. ^^RTJP T'S 33 P FBOTS. TQ NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. (°E SOLD BY AUCTION, ITHOCT RESERVE AND DUTY FREE.) By Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE, U»« |>0N M0ND*y» THK 13TH FEBRUARY, 1843, ^aJe *n t'ie occupation of Mr. John Cunning- j a Bankrupt, by order of the Assignee, A Qlu?,5"i*Fee at Twelve o'clock at Noon, precisely. »fr- NTIiY of Useful Building Materials. Ironmongery, f £ lncl»d>ng 7 Carpenters' Benches. 10 Scaffolding, f SP"1 ?-t0 ^eet ^on8* Scaffolding Planks, lot of Oak h^i 3?nt"ngi 42ft. Iron Conducting-pipe, Grindstone and oraWer, judders, Window Frames, Shutters, Doors, Nest of >4sh ty ditto of Nail Boxes, Steps, Iron Grating, 24 Iron j^che, V|. s» Mortice, Iron rimmed and plate stock Locks, ^*er V u8es' Brass roller blind ends.Spring shutter latches, Jy of Screws and Nails of various sizes, with a vari- ^^ruseful articles. MONMOUTHSHIRE. 1'0 BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At tht It BY MR. H. M. PARTRIDGE. pALM COCK INN, Newport, on TUESDAY, the 14th »«ch 6 a.ry> '843. al Six o'clock in the Evening, subject t^ed .Seditions of sale as shall be then and there pro- the following KlTUATP*rABI,B COPPICE WOODS, t °ftli, < 'ln the parish of LANCSTONE, and within 4$miles ft an(* rapidly increasing town of Newport. 1*1 "es of c?P'taI HOOP COPPICE, called the h» *2. it ,n 'he parish of Langstone. if'8'1 of T ^Cres °f ditto, called Coadgola, also in the said in <- ^n8stone. s'ain Cr?s °f ditto, growing on the Milton Farm, also ». ,e IWA J>ARISH of Langstone. J? »trnn st L°ts are of 13 Years' growth, and will be found of e latA*0^ productive. Lot is of 11 Years' growth, and contains a quantity J"1*- «?" .to BAKER, of Langstone Court, will direct a per- ii ■'Oed.?w the Lots; and any further information may be vr0 aPplication to Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE, Auc- ^C^tewport. h., ^ftOSZNCONT BAILWAY. j'HE q »ir detp^^P^y of Proprietors of the above Railway having 'o twT,1,}fcd t0 LET THE TOLLS and RATES, autho- ofv^itie.,? anc* rece'ved for the Tonnage of all Articles f IL'^ IIS 1iVe,e(^ upon the said Railway, and also the Sums Q» «iid r y rece'ved for Travelling upon the Stone Roads together with the Toll House and Large ^wtth occupied,— IS the HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, Z ready to Receive Tenders or Proposals from any and p„UR t0 ^conie Tenant of the said Tolls, Rates, 4». As tKle-?'es' for one Year> from the First d«y of April anj lol's'&c*» have hitherto been collected by the to *taf°n- accpunt of the said Company, it is deemed Jw Jeats rf l° 1 sa'd Rates and Tolls have averaged for iD|>Um :rjce?ing' and UP t0 the 31st Decemer last, £ 649 fnV ,u ,lPe said several sums of money, &c., have *We UkeL !lke Period Per annum. iltn .i^advL? bj rf1uired ,t0 pay one-twelfth part of the to»i!,hehand^fe:ian^ lhe reraainder by Monthly Instalments, T«e ^chl •e Treas.urer of the Company, and if required, Wd>dets s^u"!y as will be satisfactory to the Company. afeti?'*iod » Vng th! -Ren.t proposed to be given for the s«ot on '°r the said sums: &r.. separately, Cott^to\. n or befote the FIRST day of MARCH next, ad- J74nv. AU rs* GABBa«d SiiCRETAN, Solicitors to the & W DINNEFORD'S U'TRAA PLXTID MAGNESIA, the immediate sanction of the PRESIDENT of tht w For C0LLKGE °f PHYSICIANS. T^HEC^ ''eS' ^eart^urn> headache, gout, indigestion, See. fcein'6-4' advantaS" this elegant preparation are, that, ■I FLUID sTATEj an^ P0S8cssiDg all the properties fc^etioif14* ln ,6enera^ asc» is not liable to form dangerous effect'"ii bowels; it corrects ACIDITY and HEART- >f,^arbon*i witllout injuring the COATS OF THE STOMACH, i Food Soda and Potash are known to do it prevents it v FOOD OF INFANTs TURNING SOuR DUllING DIGESTION; it '*the b, ,e 'D cases of GOUT, GRAVEL, and other complaints to^Wl .ER I and, in all cases, il act* as a pleasing aperient *Ncv adapted for Females, particularly during PREG- Th re he *iL' testimonials received in favour of Mr. Dinneford's meH;n,rrom the most eminent members in every branch of "ra»lki Profession, has established its superiority on an JPe^ion basi*' and placed U at 0000 bey0nd tb* ° ^ullLKl^os< of Batlt, whose jállliliarity with practical I 144tr » A h«.f? ,te" entitles his opinion to respect, says,-— *»<! f« e of the Fl"'d Magnesia of Sir Jatnes Murray s, sent |r*iDg nf by a chemist in this town, gave me le**u -1 tyagnesia, and three grains of Sulphate of Soda to the h,'st yours yielded SEVENTEEN GRAINS of PHRE MAG- ^rtTec»h ounce. 1 bear teatiwony to tue Css of the above results. "Dauj (Signed) C. H. WILKINSON, M.D. 1 TTiis!. '?cl 23rd, 1840." f, »?n^Qsive testimony is further corroborated by toe tol- ty, -r '^t'nguished persons :— *Httv i Rani>E. ^sq., F.R.S., Piofessor of Chemistry of Vi^t'tution, &c. i br pA?lS,F.R S., Author of the Pharmacologia, &c. &o- ^Pha;°LLlKR> Translator of the Pharmacopoeia, Lecturer JERfXaceot'cal Chemistry, &c. TA. ME MORGAN, Esq., Surgeon to the General Dis- ''JajJ,1 ,and Practical Chemist, Dublin ;—who also analysed <> Sir nes Murray's compound. enrJ Halford says I have seen the machinery and "e«ia ,ftej8 by which you prepare the Pure Solution of Mag- P*ra?- have been much pleased by all that I have seen the K rv°n's • very g°°d one." ^Nei M. Clarke says The Solution of Magnesia, ,,by Mr- Dioneford, is a very useful and agreeable pre- to. 'OH, ,Jav»<l Davies says" I consider it far Superior to any t« Preparat;0|1 of jjjg j,jnd (hat I have seen this I attribnte lito.. Perfect manner in which Mr. Dinoeford conducts the I) •" 9ardiner says:—"I have prescribed your Solution of extensively I have also made trial of the same re- s^«,( Prepnred by others, and am satisfied, that, for purity and ^>e 4 ?ours deserves a very decided preference.' i ^'Mutated Lemon Syrup, usually sold with the Solution, most agreeable saline draughts, and materially in- aperient quality—Prepared by Dinneferd, Family »wst to her Majesty the Queen Dowager, 172, New Bond- I —Be careful to ask for DINNEFORD'S PURE FLBID J •'atj0flRslA, to avoid the substitution of the impure Irish prepa- 5' which are imparted in leaden and other deleterious me- Q?td J,e4<e's; their impurity may readily be detected by the TASTE N0„et'en obvious to the SIGHT. the r>°an be relied upon as Genuine, unless the Honse Stamp 1> roprietor be pasted over the cork of each bottle. be procured of the principal Chemists throughout the Kingdom To Tlt ■ SUFFERERS FROM BILIOUS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. TDK? unexampled success of FRAMPTON'S PILL OF fivei?. ALTH calls for particular attention. These Pills tL^diate relief in all Spasmodic and Windy Complaints, **eal wbole tiain of well-known symptoms arising from Jt th« ?t0tnach, or vitiated bilious secreiion, Indigestion, Pain bnw -P11 of the Stomach, Bilious or Sick Head-ache, Heart- t^ss'ijoss of Appetite, Sense of Fulness after Meals. Giddi- ^i^'ness, Pain over the Eyes, &c„ &c. Fiom among ^fttl d.testimonials communicated to the proprietor of this Medicine, the following is selected TO MR. T. PROUT, 229 STRAND, LONDON. SlR 5, Cooper-street, Manchester, March 12, 1842. «5sV»li' r bave much satisfaction in communicating to you the *11, -toy experience after repeated trials of FRAMPTONS C0ut,p HEALTH, and I feel it but justice to state, that in the of many vears' trial of various Aperient Medicines, I found results at once salutary and efficient in the tt)e 'e system from redundant bile, &c., &c., with so tf,at iK Con*enience; lam, therefoie, wairanted in declaring Supply to me a means long wanting, of being able to HetK end ,0 families, schools, and especially mercantile men, 0"er at the desk or on the road, a most valuable resource in »i^'l8,0nal medicine. And I shall take credit to myself if, this testimony, I am the means of making Frampton s .id. tnore generally known and appiec,al j> I am, sir, lespertfully yours, WILLIAM SMITH. gidtfin0118 °f a FULL HABIT, who are subject to headache, drowsiness, and singing in the ears, arising from too *g n,3! "ow of blood to the head,should neverbe without them, thej, dangerous symptoms will be entirely carried off by Sold use, and Apoplexy often avoided. ?*«9d y f-Prout, 229, Strand, London; price Is. ljd. and rhiUi'Per box and by Herbert Williairs, chemist, Newport s*vet>nl\ n diffFan or Monmouth; J. H. Morgan, Aber- TV Morgan, MerthyrTydvil; Williams, Brecon Gouls '<» ^devery Williams, Jenkins, Strick, Daw, and Wil F.vans, Carmarthen and by the Venders ot Ask f **Jenerally throughout the kingdom. tfc« FRAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH, and observe °tt»" n .and address of Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, Lon Government Stamp. j MR. ALLOM'S NEW AND SPLENDID WORK OF VIEWS, FROM AUTHENTIC SKETCHES. CHINA ILLUSTRATED, IN a series of Views, displaying the Cities—Palaces—Pa- godas—Temples—Religious Ceremonies—Junks—Trials— Punishments—Amusements—Fireside Enjoyments, &c., of this Ancient and Extraordinary People. From Drawings by 1'HOMAS ALLOM, Esq.; with Historical and Descriptivt Notices by Hev. G. N. WRIGHT, M.A.-In Monthly Parts, containing Four Engravings and eight pages of Letter-press. Price 2s. On the First oj every Month, FXSBBZL'S COLONIAL MAGAZINE. ADVOCATING SHIPS-COLONIES-COMM ERCE, THE REGENERATION OF OUR DOMESTIC TRADE, NEW MARKETS FOR OUR MANUFACTURES, Should be in the hands of every one." NEW WORK BY MRS. ELLIS, DEDICATED BY ESPECIAL PERMISSION TO HER MAJESTY. March 1st will be published, price 10s. TBFI WIVES Or ENGLAND, Their RELATIVE DOTTES, DOMESTIC INFLUENCE, and SOCIAL OnuGATiOKS.—By the Author of The Women of England," (price 9s.) and the daughters of England," (price 10s.) FISHER, SON, & CO., NEWGATE-ST., LONDON. THE THE BRISTOL AND NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, J^YNHS^USK *> GLAMORGAN, ARE INTENDED TO PLY DAILY DURING THE ENSUING WEEK AS FOLLOWS:— From Bristol It Newport. I Front Newport to Bristol. February. I February. 13, Monday-8 morn I 13, Monday—after 14, Tuesday-t past 6 morn 14, Tuesday—3J after 15, Wednesday—7 morn j 15, Wednesday—6 morn 16, Thursday—7J morn I 16, Thursday—6| morn !o Jr'day—8 morn 117 Friday—7 morn 18, Saturday—9 morn | 18, Saturday—8 morn .O^ARES :—After-Cabin, 4s; Fore-Cabin, 2s; Children under 12 years of age, Half-price. Dogs, Is each. Four-wheel Carriage 20s. Two-wheel ditto, 10s Horses, 5s each 1 wo-wheel Carriage or Light Phaeton, drawn by one Horse, 7!,tn°av Pa"e°?er. 16* Horse and Rider, After-Cabin, 7s Dogs' lseach •ewP°rt to or from Pillgwenlly, Is R« o JIT* ?lme day w'th the same Packet (provided a To and Fro Ticket be taken) After-Cabin, 6s.; Fore-Cabin, 3s. The Proprietors of the above Packets give NOTICE, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage. aor will they be answerable for any Goods, Package, or Par. eel, (if Lost or Damaged,) unless Booked at either of their Offices, in Bristol or Newport; and if above the value of40a entered at its value, and carriage paid at the time of booking: PontypoollJtld ibergavtnny.—Coaches daily between these olaces and Newport. Trtdegar Iron Works, through Abercarne, Newbridge, and Bodwelty, and a branch fiurn Newbridge to Nantyglo.- A Coach Jaily between these places and Newport; arriving at Newpot ibout ten o'clock morning, and starting atone o'clock afternoon Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Company s Office, Quay, Biistol; or to JOHN JONES, Agent. Steam Packet Offices, Rownhara Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf. Newport. THE ONLY OPPORTUNITY EVER OFFERED THE CONSUMER OF PROCURING REAL WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTH, [AT THE WHOLESALE PRICES,] DIRECT FROFIC THE MANUFACTURER. .0. "a" TO INCREASE THE TRADE OF THE COUNTRY there ean be no safer plan adopted than that of enabling the consumers of manufactured goods to purchase the BEST ARTICLES, direct from the manufacturer, AT THE LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICE, whereby a saving of at least one third will be effected, and the means affored for an increased consump- tion to that amount. JAMES HENRY LEWIS, Manufacturer of the EBLEY CLOTH, near Stroud, Gloucestershire, has succeeded in esta- blishing this pikiciple, so far as West of England Cloth is con- cerned; Gentlemen may now purchase their own COAT CLOTHS, or TROWSER PIECES, made entirely from the finest Saxony Wools, of the best manufacture, and warranted in colour, at the following prices:- FINE SAXONY BLACK CLOTH.. 12s. 6d.peryrd. THE VERY BEST 16s. 6d. FINE DOUBLE-MILLED BLACK# Q. KERSEYMERE J ya* THE VERY BEST 6s. 9d. ALBERT MIXTURE KERSEY-> a, MERE (very durable) 5 Any lengths required may be obtained of the Agent, in par- cels, made up and SEALED by the Manufacturer-the invoices of the fine being printed in RED INX, the best in BLUE INIt, SO that the public cannot be deceived or imposed upon purchasers will thus obtain real WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTH, warranted not to fade, spot, shrink, or wear rough, at a less Cost than is usually given for the YORKSHIRE SHODDY CLOTH. MORE INJURY TO THE WOOL GROWERS. A praotice now prevails among most of the Yorkshire, woollen cloth manufacturers of purchasing old woollen rags from the collectors of such articles, which they tear to pieces, so as to make the corrapt mass wear the appearance of short wool this they mix with onger wool, spin, weave, and dress np, so' that the clatb appears to the eye and hand as glossy close and fine, as a genuine article, but the weir is quite an- other* question. The imposition upon the public is one of at least twenty-five per cent. This practice is worthy of the atten- tion of the Legislature, if it be not already Illegal-for the public are cheated, the consumption of wool is lessened, and the prices are pulled down. Very recently, a gentleman of this city witnessed the delivery of about twenty packs of the article alluded to, to a manufacturer near Leeds. Copied from the Carlisle Paper cf August, 1839. Copied from the Morning Chronicle of Feb. 25th, 1842. The Honourable Member for Knaresborough, in Yorkshire, de- scribing the frauds practised by Yorkshire manufacturers of woollen broadcloths and cassimeres, observes, that-" They are in the habit of collecting all the old and tainted woollen rags they can obtain, tearing them to pieces by a machine called the Devtl, and inixing them with the wool. This corrupt mass, made from diseased rags, is so detested by the working people employed in the manufacture of the cloth, that they can find no more suitable name for it than Vevtl s dust; and by the same of Devil's dust it is accordingly known Many of the manufacturers in Yorkshire put such large quantities of this Devils dust into their cloth, that their foreign trade has be- come almost ruined. In fact they use no more wool than what is absolutely necessary to keep the Devil's dust together. In conse- quence of the disgraceful frauds practised by the northern manufac- turers, their goods have become so bad as to be considered almost worthless in the eyes of foreigners."—Extracted from Mr. Ferrand's speech. The Manufacturer has received many hundred letters from the Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy of the Kingdom, who have patronised the system, and all speak highly of the satisfaction given. Farmers, Tradesmen, and Mechanics are also pleased with having an opportunity afforded them of obtaining a durable and beautiful Coat, which, if made in the best style, will not cost them more than TWO POUNDS, for by appointing HIS OWN PRIVATE AGENTS in the Country-instead of sending his goods into the London wholesale. Markets-he is enabled te give the Consumer all the advantage of the immense profits hitherto de. rived by the wholesale and retail dealers. Respectable Tailors who are satisfied with moderate charges, should band their cards to our agents, that they may be recommended. AGENT FOR NEWPORT. Mr. GEORGE GARRETT, Druggist, Commercial-street. Monmouth—Mr. J. H. GLOVFR, Linen Draper, Agincourt- sqnare. Hereford-Mr. R. HARDMAN, Journal Office, Broad-street. Gloucester Mr. T. SPIER. Hatter, &c., near the Bank, W estgate-streel. Ludlow MR. WILLIAM PELTON, Bookseller. King-street. Cheltenham-Mr. R. WOOD, HoBse-Agent,121, High-street. Worcester-MR. R. BAKER, Hatter, Hosier. &c., 10, Broad- street, 56, Foregate-street. Bi-istol-Mr. R. W. CATLEY, Linen Draper, Union-stree. Bath-Mr. JOHN SPREAT, Jewellery and Fancy Warehouse, Taunton-Mr. JAMES SANDER, Hosier, &c., Fore-street. Bridgwate-Mr. E. LILLEY, Hosier, &c. Fore-street. Milsom-street. Reading-Mr. WM. GROSSMITH, Castle-hill. Curmarthen-Mr. J. L. BRIG STOCKS, Welshman Office. Birmintum-Mr. JAMES SYSON, Hosier, 50, High-street. Wolvtrhampten-Mr. EDWARD GIBBS, Hosier, &c., Market- P)stC6« London—Orders received and goods delivered, free of ex- pense, at 113 Strand. Persons desirous of obtaining agencies for other towns will do well to make immediate application. The requisites are, well- known integrity and a good situation for business; the expense, none the trouble, very little; with a fair remuneration. JOHN LEEMING'S Genuine Horse Medicines, Prepared from the original Recipe (late in the possession t>J George Butt, of Nottingham), by Barclay fnd Sons, the sole Proprietors. LEEMING'S ESSENCE for Lameness in Horses a cer- tain Cure for old Strains or Swellings, Slips andstrains of the Shoulder. Stifle, Hough, Whirlbone, Knee, Fetlock, Pastern, and Coffin joints, Strains of the Back Sinews, ALC., price 2s. Gd. per bottle. T, U v. LEEMING'S MIXTURE, forCholics, Gripes, Belly-ache, Fevers, Coughs, Colds, Sti angles, Yellow Staggers, &c., price 4s. per bottle. m a or. LEEMING'S SPAVIN LINIMENT, for Spavins, Splints, and Strains in the Back Sinews, price 2s 6d. per pot. LEEMING'S SHOULDER MIXTURE, for Sore Shoul- ders and Swellings, Galls of the Collar or Saddle, &c., price Is. per bottle. LEEMING'S BALSAM, for all Fresh or Old Wounds in Horses, price Is. per bottle. OBSFRVF.—None of these Medicines can be Genuine, unless names of Barclay and Sons, Farringdon-stiett, London,' are affixed they having purchased the Original Recipes from the Executors of George Bott, of Nottingham. GREAT SALE OF HATS, CAPS, AND BEAVER BONNETS, AT 128, COMMERCIAL-STREET, OPPOSITE CROSS-STREET, NEWPORT. T. 1 N G L IS 1. BEING about to make some IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS, be«s to inform his Friends and the Public, tkat he has this day commenced at SALE of the whole of his present Stock of BEAVER, STUFF? and GOSSAMER HATS, And BEAVER BONNETS, at a REDUCTION of from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than ever. The Hats being all finished upon the Premises may be relied upon as giving great satisfaction. His beautiful Gomintr Hats, waterproofed upon a peculiar principle, will be found particularly ( heap. Navy Caps and Fancy Hats and Caps, of every description now in use, in great variety. Hats made to Order as usual. All Hats and Bonnets Bought at this Establishment Cleaned without charge, THE SALE TO CONTINUE ONE MONTH ONLY. January 21st, 1843. NEWPORT AND NANTYGLO RAILWAY CAPITAL, £2.80,000, IN 5,600 SHARES OF £ 50. FACH. DEPOSIT, £ 5. PER SHARE. t No Call to be made at less intervals than Three Months. PROSPECTUS. IT appears by the annexed Report of Messrs. Hodgkinson and Marsh, (the Engineer,) that the above Railway (first pro- posed to be constructed as a single line, the whole distance of 24 Miles and 31 Chains, at an estimated expense of £ 240,000), will cost, with a double line from and along the Newport Wharfs to Pontypool. the sum of £ 275,000. The esti- mated Revenue is as under:— The average annual income from the Iron Works, now established on the line at ljd. per Ton per Mile for conveyance, and Railway dues, will be at least.. J 1 ,wu 0 The Passenger Traffic at very moderate fares. 11,968 15 W' The Coal traffic, 300,000 Tons per annum of House and Steam Coal cairied 13' Miles, on the average at lid. per Ton, per Mile, including every expense. (The present Coal Trade, of the Town of Newport, aveiages "00,000 T annum, and the cost of transit on the existing Tramway -,)d Ca » much lass than 2$d. per Ton per Mile.) General merchandize including Food and Clothing, for a ia tion, provender for Horses employed at the Works, back- Iron Ore, Carriage of Mails, Fire Bricks, &c., at a very A It is considered that the cost of working the line at an averak t to 15 Miles an hour for Passengers, and from six to eight milt the Iron and Coal traffic. with an expense for Coke not exceec. Ton, will be about i of the estmated Kevenue. Dividend on Capital of £ 280,000. at £10. per cent Surplus for depreciation of Stock, &c "1. The above estimates, with the various Details upon which they Public Meeting, of Gentlemen connected with the Iron and Coal Distrieti^of advertisement, in the Great Hall of the New Town Council-House, at Newport, o, and were unanimously approved of. An Act for the incorporation of a Company for making and maintainimrato aba mencement of the eusuing session all the notices for that purpose havinrbeen dir the orders of the two Houses of Parliament. It is proposed that this act jmall con usiwlly inserted in Railway Acts, which limit the liability of the Shareholders to the 1 he proceedings in Parliament will be conducted by the Provisional Committee. will be services for that purpose. Immediately after the Act shall have been obtained, a Gener called for the election of a Committee of Management. aoned Banking houses, A deposit of £ 5. on each £ 50. share is required to be forthwith patdf into one of or their respective Branches. < MESSRS. BAILEY AND CO. ""W* »*>». MONMOUTH AND GLAMORGAN BANK. /.M' f* MESSRS. BROMAGE AND SNEAD. >»^MO«|gp»RE and > THE WEST OF KNGLAND BANK. J MSFC MKSSKS. BA1LL1E AND CO. ) > ^SbT" MESSRS. STUCKY'S £ Bristo1*th, <Jcc. THE WEST OF ENGLAND.. — THE NATIONAL PROVLNCIALV £ AK*: N.. '"V MESSRS. MAsTEIiiViA^ 1 -wr —: ■- THE LONDON JOiNiVSTpCK BANK. £ LONDON. MESSRS. ROGERS, OLDING, AND CO. • ) v THE BANK OF LIVERPOOL. LIVERPOOL. r Applications for the remaining Shaies to be made in the following Form :— 1 request that you will -*serve and secure to me Shares of £ M). each, in the Newport and Nantyglo Railway Company, and incontide'^ion of your so doing, I agree, on receiving Nntice of the Allotment, to pay the Deposit of Five Pounds per Share in respect tti- e,,f, or or such of them as shall be granted to me, and to execute the Parliamentary Contract and Sub. scriben' Agreement whenever called on so to do. Dated i(lis day of 1843. NAME, RESIDENCE,—— L)ESIGNA,zION,- To the Provisional Committee of the Newport and Nantyglo Railway Company, Neunwrt, Monmouthshire. By Order of theoProvis:onal Committee, R. J. BLEWITT, CHAIRMAN. Newport, January 12ffe, 1843. REPORT OF MESSRS. HODGKINSON AND MARSH, CIVIL ENGINEERS, On a projected line of Railway from Newpoit, to Nantyglo. in the County of Monmouth, passing through the Town of Pontypool, the Pontnewydd, Pentwyn, Abersychan, Golynos, and Varteg Iron Works, through the LLaiihilleth Mountain, the Cwm Cetyn, Blaina, Coatbrook Vale,* land Nantygio Iron Works. The plan prepared by Mr. Mori is, Surveyor, shows the line of proposed Railway which will pass through a district of Country, ) admirably adapted for the undertaking, affording every facility for the construction of the Road, abounding witli excellent Stone for Building, and Lime, and where Rails, l imber, and other materials may be ootained at little expense ot Carnage, possessing also a constant supply of Water for Locomotive and other purposes.. The length of the Line, with its branches, will be I'wenty-four Miles and Thirty-one Chains. The main Line commences at a point near Jack's Pill, between the New Ship Dock and the River Usk, Newport, at an elevation of Seventeen Feet, and proceeds upon a level to the Cardiff Road, thence by a plane of 602 yards, at an inclination Of one in 13. to the site of the in- tended Passenger Station at Stow Hill, thence to Hi^h Cross, Cross Llanbro, Paotyr Eos, Cocky-North, and.Mr. Hanson's incline plane, a distance of Six Miles, at a gradient of one in 157. from thence to Green Meadow, across the incline plane Irom Cwmbran Colliery, to Cwmbran and Pontymoile, (between which latter places, a junction with the Diecon ( anal may be easily attained with a good gradient, should that Canal be converted into a Railroad, and at which point also a very convenient com munication may be made with the Pontymoile Rolling Mills, and Tin Works,) to the Intended stalton at Sow Hill Pontypool, and Pontnewydd Iron Rolling Mills, a distance of 51 Miles. at a gradient of one in 227. thence by a plane of 868 Yards, at an inclination of one in 12 to the Junction of the proposed Branch, which leads to the Pentwyn, Abersychan. and Golynos Iron Works, a distance of 29t8 Yards, at a gradient ot one in 102, and into the grounds of the Varteg Works, a distance of 726 \ards making the total length of this Branch Two Miles and Seven Chains. „ The main Line passes up Cwm Nant Ddfl, by several Coal and Mine Works, through the Llanhilleth M untain (well known for its produceof a superior quality of Coal ) by a tunnel 2420 Yards in length, and will pass through a vein.of Coal for a considerable distance, (which will greatly facilitate the formation of the same,) to the. Aberystruth Valley, parsing vanous Coal Works to Cwm Tilery, and within a few hundred Yards of the newly opened and important Works in that Valley to the Iron Worksat Cwm Celyn and Blaina, with a short Branch (352 Yards) to the grounds of the Coalbrook Vale Company, to and terminating at the Nantyglo Iron Works, a distance of Eight Miles and Twenty-nine Chains, at a gradient of one in 133. Thetotattength of the main Line, flom its commencement near Newport Ducks to Nantyglo, is Twenty one Miles and Twenty-three Chains, being a shorter distance than the present lines of Conveyance.. The Curves on the Main Line are in no instance of less radius than a Quarter of a Mile, and only in a few places has so small a one been introduced. The two incline planes may be self-acling-the Descending load bringing up the Ascending, but the expense of Engines is included in the Estimate to work in case of need. The rate of travelling upon this line may with great safetv be 30 miles per hour, which is more than double the speed required for the profitable carriage of heavy goods as found by experience on other lines. The main Line of Railway will be double from Newport to Pontypool. with a double line to communicate with the Wharfs from Jack's Pill to Newport Bridge, and the remaining portion with its Branches will be a single line of way. The Total cost of the main Line and Branches when completed, We estimate as foltows:— Construction of Railway and Branches, including Stations, Incline Engines, &c., &c.. 227,843 2 6 Contingencies, 10tper Cent 22.784 6 3 £ 250.627 8 9 Locomotive Engines and other Stock required for working the line and Branches. 24,372 11 3 Total Cost. £ 275,000 0 0 We are of opinion that the whole of the above Works, with a single] Line only, (as originally intended,) would not have exceeded £ 240,000., the amount stated in the original Prospectus. JQHN HODGKINSONt I& THOMAS E. MARSH. January 10th, 1843. TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS, WANTED.—A Respectable, well-educated YOUTH, as an APPRENTICE to a CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, who will be treated in every respect as one of the Family. Apply, if by letter pre-paid, to Mr. D., MERUN Office, Newport.-Feb. 8th, 1843. 6 i EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES. FIRST SPRING SHIP FROM BRISTOL, PO* NEW YORK DIRECT. THE Superior Fast Sailing, First Class, Copper-fastened Ship, BRITISH QUEEN, 800 TONS BURTH EN, WILLIAM LORD, COMMANDER, I Will Sail on or about the 20th February, 1843, Wind and Weather permitting. I This Vessel is a regular Trader to America, and has supe- rior accommodation for Passengers. As she will be only par- tially loade and this being the best season of the year for making a yuick Passage, the opportunity thus offered to Emi- grants is in every respect desirable. •«. e .v t> ^at ^'00,n f°r Light Goods. For further Parheulars apply to EDW ARDS, ROGERS, & CO., Newport, Monmouthshire, Or MARK WHITWHILL, Bristol, A THE SCHOONER MESSENGER, W. HUGHES, MASTER, IS NOW LOADING at COTTON'S WHARF, TOOI.EV- STREET, LONDON, for Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr. Aberga- venny, Brecon, Monmouth, Pontypool,Cowbiidge, Bridgen'i, and adjacent places, aud will positively Sail on TUESDAV, February 14th, 1843. For Freight, &c., apply to the Master on Board; Mr* K Burton, jun., Newpoit; Mr.Thomas Richards, Abergavenny; Messrs. Piosser and Price, Brecon Mr. Scovell, the Wharfinger, London or to Mr. J. G. BIRD, Agent to the Cardiff, Newport, and London Shipping Company, at Cardin, London, Feb. 1st, 1843. EDW4RDS'S BREAKFAST POWDER: A CHEAP SUBSTITUTE FOR COFFEE. THF general satisfaction this article gives, and the increas- ing demand (or it in all parts of the kingdom, prove its superiority over every other Substitute for Coffee hitherto dis. covered. It is prepared from « grain of British growth, and is recom- mended by the most eminent London Physicians, as being far more nutritions and less heating than Coffee. An Agent needed for the above in each town in Wales. An active person in any light business might realize a considerable income, by the introduction of the article. Address to W.S. COTTERELL, I, Horse Fair, BRISTOL, Wholesale Agent for the West of England. THE NEW COUGH MEDICINE!! I M I MB/* I rjOLL A NO'S BALSAM of SPRUCE, the^oe»ly Nleffical Science ltodaily pro- dueing new wonders. the discoveries which take place ^M^^g^none are more deserving of pu)>- .r those complaints whilh, in this variable climate, are so productive ot lital consequences to the comfoit and lives of the public as COUGHS and COLDS. Th s Extraordinary Remedy relieves the most distressing symptoms in a few hours, and a little perseverance in its use will, in every case, effect a permanent cure. Coughs and Colds accompanied by a difficulty of breathing, soreness and riwness of the chest, impeded expectoration, soie throat, and feverish symptoms, will be quickly subdued, while cause6 assuredly prevent consumption from this prolific A 3 °f Spruce gives immediate ease in all and particularly in Hoarseness, W heezings, and Obstructions of the Chest; while those who have laboured uf JSKUn- nnsery of a confirmed Asthma, have been enabled by its use to enjoy the blessings of life, and to Dursue their avications with a degree of ease and comfort they had been str; ngers to for years. Prepa ed by Charles Holland, and sold by his agent Wrm. Halleit, 3. High Holborn, London, and by all the Wholesale Houses, s nd by at least one person in every town of the United Kingdom. Price Is. ljd. per bottle. Sold alsc by the following respectable Agents H. Williams Druggist, Newport; Phillips, Cardiff; Williams, Swansea- ferris and Co., Bristol; Walker, Gloucester; Anthony, He- reford Mrs. Deighton, Worcester) r WILLI AM EVANS, at present and for Eleven Years • past residing at Pontypool. in the parish of Trevethia, in the County of Monmouth, Butcher, and Retailei; ot Beer, 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 rtnaking a full disclosure and surrender of such Estate and Efiects. for Payment of my just and lawful Debts. And I berftby further-five Notice, that the time when the matter of the.iaitf Petition #ha!l be heard, is to be Advertised in the Ijniifm G,autt" "and MONMOUTH SHIRE MERLIN Newspaper, one Month, a.Uhe least, after the date hereof. Dated this 23rd eUtjutf Jainury One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fofty-thjee. i WIUJ4K EVAN8, Witness—J.G. H. Owe*.Solicitor, Monm*atlu THE MONMOUTHSHIRE MERLIN, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, grgmgr I Com ttrwf, COMMERCIAL-STREFCT. NEWPORT, THE Pontic are respectfully informed, tha. this Establths- mentisCOMPLETELY FURNISHED AN EXTENSIVE VARIETY or NEW II. HANDSOME TYPE, SV IT ABLE FOR BOOK, PLAIN, AND ORNAMENTAL cz.t CV& mm ca XF -W4 "W- as POSTING, REWARD, AND OTHER v LS, ERS'CATALOGUES ADISG, otES, :8CRJPTONS FOR COLLIERIESP rN EXPEDITION, ODS". TJE, 48é,. S, ETC CIRCULARS, AND MtgT TASTK- R. Gers. o PUBLIC of MONMOUTH are re- -at MR. COSSENS, the Agent for tht iJtRE MERLIN," in that town, wil* i foiward ail ADVERTISEMENTS for insertion in per. AD\ fcRTISEMEN TS RECEIVED for the GAEETTE .be London Papers, and for all the Provincial Journals of Ene ind, Ireland, and Scotland. Irrice. CO.Y. I PERFUMER Y, the great superiorly of which has been lie J. mcoiuiovertibly established by the distinguished Patro- nalle ot Her Majesty Queen Victoria, the Queen Dowager th Memberaof the Royal Family, and by the Nobility and Gentry generally, as to render it unnecessary for P. and Co. to do mor; than enumerate their leading Articles t -t .t_ >i. PRICE'S BEAR S GREASE, for the Growth of liair, is procured from the animal in its native Climate, it being knowr to possess more vivifying properties when so procured tnai when the animal is in a domesticated state. It is of the fines quality, and is sent out without any admixture except a littl- perfume to keep it sweet. For the growth of Hair it is, n. doubt, far superior to anything hitherto knnwn. Fordressin: the Haii it is very pleasant and useful, cleaning the head fro^ diandriff, and making the Hair beautifully soft and glossy Price 2s. 6d. and 5s. per pot, delightfully perfumed with On ( or RoSES. PRICE'S AllERNETHY'S SPECIFIC for The Complexion Prepared from a Prescription oj the late celebrated Surgeoi Mr. Abernethy. "THE LADIKS' AUXILIARY of BEAUTY," so stylve by its numerous admirers, is in all cliiiies and aeasons of IDCSI: mableimportance to the ladies. Its viTtuesare availableagains the baneful influence of solar heat, which causes freckles, sun bums, tan, &c. and for the removal of all imperfections fror; the Face and Skin, it continues to He held in the highest estl mation by all the first ladies of rank and fashion. The Ingr, dients of which it is composed are most innocent and efticacim for protecting, softening, and beautifying the Sk)n. counter .n ing the injurious effects pioduced by intense cold winds or sp\ heat. Throughout season, time, and climate, this faithful aux iliary arrays the neck and arms in radiant brilliancy, and pei petuates the vivid bloom of juvenile attraction. The Genuine is sold in London only hy the Propnetun PRICE and Co., Perfumers to Hel Majesty, 28, Lombard street; and NEWBERYand SONS, St. Paul's Church Yarr Price 4s. 6d., 10s. 6d., and 21s. per bottle; with Testimonial of its surprising effects by a Clergymam of the Church o England. For the Toilet. PRICE'S RONDELETIA, prepared expressly for He Majesty the QUEEN DOWAGER; an elegant and refreshini Pelfnme, retaining its delightful fragrance for days, and ever after washing, without smelling faint and unpleasant, the uni. versal complaint against many other Essences. Five drops t, it are equal in power to half an ounce of Lavender. The lover- of elegant Perfumes are solicited, when in London, to call at PRICE & Co's., and try this article on their handkerchief, fo which purpose a b >itle is always open free to whir'h handker chief, so perfumed, the combined fragrance of the choices Conservatory must yield precedence. Sold in Bottles at 3s 6d.. 7s., and 15s. each and in handsome Cut Glass Toile' Bottles, as supplied for the use of Her Majesty the Queer Dowager, 21s. PRICE'S PATENT OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP retains its reputation as superior to all others. It is a perfect I ■ mild emollient Soap, highly satuta) v to the Skin, washing witi the greatest facility, and possessiK^ an aromatic and lasting perfume. 2s. 6d. per packet of six squares. PRICE'S COLD CREAM. This innocent Composition, entirely from vegetable materials,is the most delightful cosmetic ever invented for the Nursery and Toilet, rendering the Skit soft and delicate, cool, and free from dryness PRICE'S PATENT HAIR BRUSHES, being made on peculiar construction penetrate to the skin of the head, let the hair be ever so thick, cleaning the roots from scurf and dust and producing the most beautiful, bright, and glossy appear- ance. PRICE'S TOO 1 H BRUSHES, (nearly 100 various shapes,) with his improved method of fixing the hairs, by which the) never come out in the mouth. To avoid counterfeits, observe the Name and Address, "28, Lombard Street," on the Handle of each Brush. CAUTION. Mr. PRICE, (the only surviving Partnerof the late Finns of "PRICE & GOSNELL," PATEY, BUT1S, PRICE, & Co.") respectfully cautions his friends and customers against the manoeuvres of individuals illegally styling themselves- PRICK & GOSNELL," evidently to mislead the London Met- chants and Country Dealers; and, by the circulation of pla- cards, containing false assertions and contemptible insinuations to obtain the Orders intended for Messrs. PRICE & Co., ( Mi. Price's present Fum.) These persons, fraudulently assuming the Firm of PHICE 6t GOSNLLL," were never in Partnership, nor in any way connected with the above Firms, otherwise than as servants in the employ of Mr. PRICE'S late Firm of Prk i ,Y GOSN.XLL. PRICE and Co.'s PERFUMERY, celebrated SOAPS, BRUSHES, 6tc., are to be had GENUINE in Londun only at their Establishment, 28, LOMBARD-STREET, and of thtfit Agents in all the Cities and Towns of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. PRICE & Co. affix to every genuine Article a label will the signature of PRICE & Co." in Red Ink, and in itscentu "28," Lombard Street to counterfeit which is Felony. It." To prevent disappointments and enxure punctuality, at Orders ill future are requested to he diluted to PRICE & Co.. MONTPELUER HOUSE, 28, Lombard-street, London." The Genuine is alwavs to be had of Hopkins, Perfuml r Uerbert Williams, E. V. Jeknins, and E. J. rhdlips, Druggisss Newport; Jei.kins, Chemist, Cardiff; Jones, and Duncan; Druggists, Brecon Crump, Perfumer, Abergavenny Morgan, Druggist, (onh) Merthyr; Morgan, Druggist, Llandilo; fay lor, Perfumer, Chepstow Mrs. Morgan, Perfumer, Wil- Williams, Cam6rian Office, and Wilson, Chemist, Swansea Evans, Cross, H. White and Sons, Stationers, and White, Chemist, Carmarthen; Phillips, Coleman, M'Carthy, Che- mists, and Ewens, Perfumer, Cardiff; Davies, Cowbndge; Price, Druggist, Piidgend; Hayward and Hunt, Chemists, and Davies, Perfumer, Neath; Driukwater, Hird, and Ire weeks, Chemists, Pembroke; Rolland, Perfumer. Tenby Thomas, Perfumer, and Williams, Chemist Cardigan; Coit and Humphreys, Druggists, Aberystwith Perkins,Ststioner, and Williams, Druggist, Haverfordwest; and all respectable dealers throughout the kingdom. MONMOUTHSHIKE. cougar OP S E W I S S> VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that « GENERAL 1H COURT and SESSION of SEWERS, for the Levela of the Hundreds of CALDICOT and WaNTLOOGI, in the county of Monmouth, will be held at the House of JetM Lloyd, com- monly called or known by the name of the Kino's Hun, ia the town of Newport, in the said county, on WEDNE>DAY, the 15th day of February instant, at the hour of Twelve at noon, when and where all Jurors, Surveyors,and other Officers of the Court, as well as all persons who shtdt have business thereat, are required to attend early, that the time of the Court mar not be unnecessarily delayed Dated this First day of February, 1843. ALEX. JONRS, Clerk. VOVSOS. JLTONMOUTH AND GLAMORGAN RANKING COMPANY. "í!t A HALF YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the PR OPRlETORS of the above COMPA N Y will be held on MONDAY, the lath day of February next, at the KixC's H,HD INN, in the town of Newport, at one o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, for the purpose of RECEIVING the REPORT »>f tbe DIRECTORS, as to tht DIVIDEND for tne SIX MONTHS, enVing the 31st of December last; and on other Special Affairs. By order of the Board, Head Office, Newport H. WYBURNE JONES. Jan. 12th, 1843. Chairman. Just Published, the 12th Edition, Price 2s. 6d. ^«uclosed in a Sealed Envelope), and sent Free v- t any part o> tbe United Kingdom on the receipt of a PoJt-office Order for 3s. 6d., THE SILbNT FRIEND. A MEDICAL WORK on INFIRMITIES ut A. GENERATIVE SYSTEM, "» both sexes ben.? Enquiry into the concealed cause that dtZlTCVt physieml energy, mid the ability of manhood, ere vigour has C'abluhed hot em- pire:—with observations on the baneful effects of SolltalY In- dulgence and infection Local aod Constitutional Weakness, Nervous Irritition. Consumption, and on the pai(%? Of total Extinction 01 the Reproductive Powers with means of iSES'iO- KATION the destructive effects of Gonorrhiea, Gleet, Striclitfe* ind-fincondary Symptoms are explained in a familiar manner; the Woik is embellished with Engravings, representing the elete/ious influence of Mercury on the Skin, by Eruptions cm the Head, Face, and Body with approved mode of Cure for both sexes; followed by observations on the Obligations of VIAIIRIAGK, and healthy perpetuity; with directions for the emoval of Physical and Constitutional Disqualiifcations the bole pointed out to SnrrBRiNa HTJCAXITY ik6 a SILENT "RlEND. to be consulted without exposure, aod with assured confidence of success* q. R. and L. PERRY and CO.. Coasulting Surgeou*. ■> u- i j London and Biiminghaa, loster-row • W*il^ 4nd mU by Strange, SI, Pater G».«: Brig,ate, lutd, Ferri., Brown,Tni.n-ttr.tt 'm. tol; J. Fryer, Westgate-street, Bath 54V TI(Jkv 11' glm- row Edinburgh J• Campbell lS6, Ar^stre^G^gow Pnng, and Ka^< 30, Westmoreland-street, Dublin • Courier Office, Manchester; J- Newton, 1G, Church-street) Liverpool; and by all Bookseller m town and country, and at The MERLIN OFFICE.NEWPORT, THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRIACUM Is a gentle stimulant and renovator of the impaired function of hte, and is exclusively directed to the cure of sueb com- plaints as arise from a disorganization of the Generative Sye- fe;" whether censtitutione) or acquired, Joss of sexual powor tod syphilitic disease and is calculated to afford decided re- ief to those who by early indulgence in solitary habits have weakened the powers of their system, and fallen into a state ot :hronic debility, by which the constitution io 1..1', able state, and that nervous mentality k he individual in a state of anxiety for rt rhe consequences arising from this dangerot :qofined'to its pure phv:tr-j result, batferar eadipg the excited, deviating miou ium a f«. raig&OuV .^raStfiiaatituted for the preservation (rf henpecus^ "(fHIl nSatnTe deciepitude, and all the hdjHuJei of old age in one carries with him the form and*«pect_of oiter men. b* without the vigour and energy of tl« season whiel. tm vouth bade him hope to attain. How many men rem tobe^ nen, or at least, cease to enjoy manhood at thirty J How nany at eighteen receive the impression of the seeds of sypbt- itic disease itself? the consequences of. which travel out of the trdinary track of bodily ailment, covering the frame with dis- usting evidences of its ruthless nature, and impregnating the wholesome stream of life with mortal poison conveying into amiltes the seeds of disunion and onhappiness undermining lomestic haimony; and striking at the very soul of human intercourse. The fearfully abused powers of the human Generative Sys- em require the most cautious preservation and the debility ind disease resulting from early indiscretion demand, tor the •ure of those dieadful evils, that such medicines should be eaa. j loved that are n>"st certatnto be successful. It is for these ■asps Messrs. Perry" *nd particularly designed their ^oRDIAL BALM Ot SYRIACUM, which is intended to ■elieve those persons who, t»' an immoderate indulgence of e e u. K. mini-d their constitutions, or in their way heir passions. have ruined their aff<tcted witJ 0 the consummation ot tnai ucpioi* v a h my of those previous symptoms that be'r^tfnatePKleets ,ny of those lyff obstinate gletts, *cesses,r'irreguIwlty°S obstr^rioM of certain evacuation.; institution so there is nothing mo g iOMOfappe- > be peculiarly efficacious in all inward g 9f ite, indigestion, depression o» spirits. t,e™l"R f breath or he hands or limbs, obstinate coughs,.sbo svnhilis.' It ■onsumptive habits, and debility ansing ^;v. c>. head- ossesses wonderful efficacy in all cases of syphilis,, Ws neau ches, weakne.«ses, heaviness and lowness of spirits, dii1iness t sight, confused thoughts, wandering of the mind, vaPOUrs nd melancholy, and all kinds of hvsienc complaints are gra- ually removed by its use. And even where the °isca^ ™ tenlity appears to have taken the firmest hold of ne^ emate onstuution, the softening tonic qualifies of the Cordiai B;a f Syriacum will warm and purity the bltJOd and iulces, In- rease the animal sptrits, invigorate and revive the whole ani- 'Ial machine, and remove the usual impedimenCt0 maternity. This medicine is particularly recommended tobeiiken bejvre arsons snter into the MATRIMONIAL STATE, lest m the even, o tocreatien occurnng, the innocent offspring >b..uld bea. e tamped upon it the physical character derivable from paientai lebXy, or evil eruption, of a malignant tendency hatare „os» assuredly introduced by thesame neglect and .mprodenca. Sold in BoiUes. price I Is. each; or th|e. q^D,tleuJv^d .ne Family Bottle for 33s., by wbieh one.lie. bott e is saved. Prepared only by Messrs. Perry and Co., Sag-S. 19, BERNERS-STREET. OXFORD-STREET, LONDON and 4, Great Charles stieet Birminghann. tS* Observe, none ate genuine without the signature of Impressed on a stamp en the outside of each wrapper, to m>< tate which is felony of the deepest dye. The Five Pound cases (the purchasing of which will Lw saving of One Pound Twelve Shillings,) may be had as usual it 19, BLRNERS-STREET, Oxford-street, LON DO •>, ,ad 4. Great Charles-street, Birmingham and patients in the country who require a course of this admirable Medicine should send Five Pounds by letter, which will entitle them to the full benefit of such advantage. May be had of all Booksellers, Druggists, and Patent Modi- cine Venders in Town and Country throughout the United Kingdom, the Continent of Europe and America. Messrs. Perry expect when consulted by letter, the usual Fee of One Pound, without which, no notice whatever can be taken of the Communicatien. Patients are requested to be as minute as possible in the de- tail of their cases,—as to the duration of the complaint, the symptoms, age, habits of living, and general occupation. Me- Jicines can be forwarded to any pirt of the world no difficulty can occur, as they will be securely packed, and carefully pro- tected from observation. PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, Price 25. ed., 4s.6d., and lis. per Box, (observe the signature of R. and L. PUfty and Co., en the outside of each wrapper,) are well known throughout Europe and America, to be the most certain and effectaal cu-eevsr discovered for every stage and symptom of the Venereal Disease, in both sexes, including Gonorrhoea, Gleets, Secon- lary Symptoms, Strictures. Seminal Weakness, Deficiency, tnd all diseases of the Urinary Passages, without loss of time, -onnnetbent or hindrance from kesiness; they bave eff. cted tho most surprising cures, not only in recent and severe eases, but when salivation and all other means have failed; and are of he utmost importance to those afflicted with Scorbutic Affec- Ions, Eruptions on any part of the body, Ulcerations, Scro- fulous or Venereal Taint, being justly calculated to cleanse the ttood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection and estore weak and emaciated constitutions to pristine health aofl vigour. It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this torrid disease, owing to the unskilfulness of illiterate men; >vhu by the use of that deadly poison, mercury, ruin tbe con- -titution, causing ulcerations, blotches on the head, face, and toay. dimness of sight, noise in the ears, deafness, obstinate fleets, nodes on the shin boaes. ulcerated sore throat, diseased oose, with nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, tiM at length » general debility of the constitution ensues, and a melancholy Jeath puts a period to their dieadful sufferings. Messrs. Perry and Co., Surgeons, may be consulted as vsual at No. 19, BfcRNERS-STREET, Oxford-street, London and 4, Gteat Charles-street, (four doors fiom Easy Row,) Bir- mingham punctually from Eleven in the Morning until Eight in the Evening, and on Sundays from eleven till Oae. Only one personal visit is required from a country patient, to enable Messrs. Perry and Company to give such advice as will be the means of effecting a permanent and effectual cure, after all other means have proved ineffectual. N.B. Country Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Medicine Vea- lers, and every other Shopkeeper can be supplied with any quantity of Peiry's Purifying Specific Pills, and Cordial Balm »f Syriacum, with the usual allowance to the trade, by most of the principal W bosale Patent Medicine Heose* in London. Sold by H- Williams, E. V. Jenkutf* and F. D* Vwttbsfc Sold by 11. Williams, E. V. Jenkutf* and F. D. Vwttbsfc Newport. • •