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THE FIRE AT WARWICK HOUSE, No. 42, Commercial Street, Newport, Monmouthshire, GRUSSPLL begs to announce to his friends and the public generally, that the extensive repairs rendered necessary by the late Fire, are now completed, and that he will be prepared, on SATURDAY, MAY 1ST, 1852, TO RE-OPEN THE PREMISES "With an entire new and fashionable STOCK OF SPRING- GOODS, consisting of every description of Linen and Woollen Drapery. Silk Mercery. Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Ticks, Sheeting, Calicos, Long Cloths, Irish Linens, Printed Muslins, French Delaines, Cashmeres, &c., &e. For each department, great care has been taken to select only such goods as are known to be of the very best make, com- bined with lowness of price and durability. The advantages of purchasing at Warwick House are these—Firstly, every article will be sold at the smallest shade of profit; Secondly, all goods being marked so exceedingly cheap, no second price can be made, consequently all customers may feel confident of receiving the very best value for their money; Thirdly, the business being conducted exclusively for cash, the itecessity of making a large profit is avoided. G. R. respecifully solicits an early inspection. tt41' RUSSELL, WARWICK MOUSE, NEWPORT. COMFORT FOR LADIES. DAVIES AND EVANS, SILK MERCERS, LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERS,$c.t 166 & 167, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT, RESPECTFULLY inform the Ladies of Monmouthshire, that they have just received a supply of the Newly-Invented Ji LADIES REVERSIBLE WATERPROOF PALETOT, "Which can be worn in all weathers, and may be carried in a reticule without incumbrance, from the celebrated Hydrcmagen "Waterproof Clothing Company of London. P.S. The Gentlemen's Articles consist of the Newly-Invented Silk Alpacca Double Coat, Zephyr Dreadnought Coat, and the Driving Cape, Leggings, Nursing Aprons, &c. The tlylpiLie Silk Coat, (which can be placed in a pocket, or fastened on a aaddl..), in cases. NEWPORT ATMENiEUM & MECHANICS INSTITUTE GRAND EISTEDDFOD. THE Committee have much pleasure in announcing the following LIST OF PRIZES, to be competed for at their GRAND EISTEDDFOD, intended to be held in SEPTEMBER NEXT — Prize of £ 10.—La-iy -\i organ 95, Lord EM.op of St. David's jEo.—For the best English Essay on the Comparative Influence exerted upon the People of England during the last half-century, by the Augmentation of Wealth, the advance of literature, and the achievements of Science and Art, with a view to determine which of these causes has contributed most directly and successfully to the present elevation of England. Prize of i.5, by Sir Charles Morgan, Bart, for the Best Performance on the Triple Harp, Prize of C3 3s. — Mr. U. II. Evans ft Is., Mr. H. James 10s. 6d., Institution jEl lis. 6ù.-For the best Elegy, in HV'elsh, on the Rev D. It. Stephen. Prize of £2 2s.-Lady Hall i: I Is., Mrs. Williams, £ 1 Is.-For the best Specimen of Welsh Flannel. Prize of 1:2 2s., by Mr. Edward Wells, for the best English Song—the composition of a resident in Monmouthshire or Glamorganshire. Prize of £ 2 12s 6J by Miss Clowes, Mr. T. R. Price, Mr. II. J Groves, and Mr. R. M. Toogood £ 1 lis. 6d. by Institution £ 1 Is.—fertile best Original Air and Accompaniment to the Song '■ The Heart, the Heart," by Eliza Cook published in the JMEHI.IN of this week. Prize of jg5. by W. C. Webb, Esq., for the best English Essay on the Press, as a means of national enlightenment. Pt ize oft2 Price i: I Is., Ilt. James D tvies, ft Is. —for the best Performance on the Triple Harp, by a Lady. Prize of jEo. by Charles Morgan, Esq.. to the best party of Glee Singers. Prize of E2 2s., by Mr. It. M. Tocgood, to the second best paity of Glee Singers. Prize of L3 3s., by the Institution, for the best Critical Essny, in Welsh, on the Welsh Prize Poetry of the Eisteddfodau of Wales and Monmouthshire, since, and including, the Royal Eisteddfod held in Cardiff in 1834. Prize of ft Is.—Mr. J Pohk 10s. 6.1., Institution 10s. Gel-fúr the best pair of Drawings in Black Lead or Crayon. Prize of E2 2s.lr. J N. Knapp £ 1 Is., Nir. Nash El Is -for the best Performance on the Pedal Harp. Prize of i:2 2s.-0ctavius Morgan, Esq., £ 1 Is., Institution El Is.—for the best Specimen of .Carving in Wood the pro- duction of the I- xhibitor. Prize ot E2 2".—Mr. J. II. Phillips £1 Is., Institution £1 Is.—for the best English Essay, by a "Working Man on the Necessity and Advantages of a safe and lucrative mode of Investment for the Working Classes, including the advantages of the 's present system of Savings Hanks, Benefit, Building, Friendly, and Life Assurance Societies. Prize of E2 2s., by T B. Batchelor, Esq., for the best Penillion Singing. Prize, entitled the Honeysuckle Vase, (a group of Wax Flowers, with glass shade and stand), for the best Poem in Welsh, (free metre), on the Flowers of Spring. Prize otjgl Is., bv Mr. Henry Shepparil, for the best Group of Wax Flowers, by a resident in Monmouthshire Prize of J: I Is., by Mr. E. V. Jenkins, to the best Singer of a Comic Song." Prize of 10, 6d., by Captain Hughes, for the best Two Enjlynion to the schooner Ariel." Prize of 13 gs., by Edward Dowling, Esq., for the best Essay on a subject to be adveitised next week. Prize,of £ 2 -is., by Mr. E J. i'hillips, for the best account of King Arthur, asserted to have been crowned at Caerleon on Uske, giving chronology of his birth and life, with an account of his deeds, yet divested of some of those illusions that fancy and Election have raised" Prize of tl Is., by Mr. Titus Lewis, for the best Welsh Translation of The Old Arm Chair," by Eliza Cook. Prize ot £ 1 Is., b) Charles I*yne, Kaq., for the best English Translation of a Welsh Sone;, to be advertised next week. Prize of 10s. tid., by the Institution for the best Specimen of Penmanship, by a Boy under 15 years of age. Prize of £ 1 Is. Mr. W. M. Jack, 10s. tid., Mr Charles Lewis, 10s.6d.-for the best Specimen of Fancy Needle-work (not Berlin), Crochet, or Knitting, by a Lady, resident in Monmouthshire. The Committee would be happy to receive Donations for other Prizes, or Donations towaids the General Prize Fund on or before the 21st instant, after which the list will be closed. The names of judges, instructions to competitors, with other particulars, will be published in programmes as soon as the prize list is closed. All communications to be addressed to the Secretaries, W. M. JACK, -> ClIAS. LEWIS Hon Sees May 5th, 1852. A. G. CULLUM, f — STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. All New steam Packet Company's Iron-builj Schooners, Propelled by Screw, THE AVON AND SEVERN, Are intended to Sail during the ensuing Week as follows: bona Beaufort Wharf .Newport. From Bathurtt Basin, Bristol. HAY. MAY. *7 Friday, GJ after *7 Friday, morn.. —— 08 Saturday 7 after *S Saturday, 8 morn. —— 10 Monday, 8 mom,, IC Monday, 91 morn.. 11 Tuesday. 94 morn. —— II Tuesday, 11 morn.. —— 12 Wednesday 11 morn.. —— 12 Wednesday —— ..I?i after 13 Thursday, .12 noon 13 Thursday, It after 14 Friday, I —— I after Ii Friday, 26 afier ( To and Fro from Bristol, f To and Fro from Bristol and Newport. The voyages are performed by these Boats usually under two hours, and no ions passages are made. Fares. Screw Sieamers Avon and Severn—After Cabin, 3so Tote Deck, Is. 6d.-l'o and fro same day. provided at and fro I icket is taken.— After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. Children under 12 years of age, halt-price. > The Abergavenny Mad every morning at ha I f.past five o CIOCK through C,erleon and Pontypool, to Abergavenny, Crickhowell and Brecon, and arrives in Newportpvery evening at seven.- Morgan and Co.'s Packet Coach leaves the Tredegar Arms an( JJridge Jon daily, on the arihal of the above packets, for USK I and Abergavenny. A C<ach leaves the Bridge 1 an daily, on tli arrival of the Packets, for Pontypool and Abersycliao. Re- leshments may be had on board. Passengers shipped and landed at Cumberland Basin, fre- of charge. The Proprietorsgive notice that they will no the accountable 1° Passengers' Luggage, &c. and their responsibility in respec of Goods in general is restricted by the terms of a Notice affixed lin their Offices, at Hristol and Newport. Goods regularly and punctuelly forwarsied by careful Carriers to all parts of the country. For conditions of freight, apply at the Company's Offices, Bell Avenue, Queen Square, Bristol and Beaufort Whatf, Newport. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. The South Wales Hailnajr^ Train* leave Newport lor J 4;10 7.45 n:30 2:45 5:30 7:45 Swansea and interroedi-t ate Stations at And arrive at Newport from P.M. Swansea & intermediate 8:10 10:20 12:26 3:3 8:30 9'31 Stations at J The Western Valleys Rail-'J way Trains leiveNewport f ft /or Blaina, EbbwVale, & { W iI: U 4:45 intermediate Stations at J Arriving at Newport from 1 Biaina, Ehbw Vale, and ( 10:15 4: 0 8:30 intermediate Station* at.) JOHN BLAXD, Agent. BRISTOL AND NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS THE USK AND DART, 8 intended to ply Daily during the ensuing Week between BRISTOL and NEWPORT, as follow— Mrom Bathurst Basin, Priitot, From Newport. JIIAY. MAY. Friday 8 morn.. 7 Friday, 6 morn.. 8 Saturday, 8$morn. —— 8 Saturday, 1 morn.. —— 10 Monday, morn.. 10 Monday, 3 worn.. 11 Tuesday, II morn. II Tuesday, 9 morn.. 12 Wednesday, —— .1?^ after 12 Wednesday, 10,Jmorn.. II Thursday, 1t after 13 Thursday,I2 noon. 14 Friday, —— 24 after 14 Friday, —— I gfie The "Dart" hiving undergone considerable improvements with regard to comfort and speed, has resumed her station. Igy A Wailing Room is provided opposite the landing place at the Hot wells, where Passengers are taken on board free of charge, about twenty minutes after the time stated in the bills for sailing from Bathurst Basin. Fares-After Cabin, 3s.; To and Fro same day, 4g. each, Pore Deck, Is. 6d; To and Fro same day 2s. each. Children ander tweIn: years of &ge, half-price. Dogs. Is each. Four- ",heel Carriage, 18s; Tvo-Nvheel ditto, or light Photon, for one Horse, 8s; if for two Horses, 10s Horses each, os I wo- ■wheel Carriage, or light Phreton,drawn by one Horse only, with one Passenger, 12s Horse and Rider, 6s.—Refreshments may be had on Board. NOTICE.—Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c., must be delivered At Messrs. Hartnell'sWarehouse, St. Stephen's Avenue, Bristol, two hours (at least) before the time stated for the sailing of the Packet,and at Rownham-Wharf. Hotwellt.one hourbefore the time of sailing, to insure their being forwarded. Williams • Packet Coach daily, from the Carpenter's Arms Newport, on the arrival of these Packets, through Caerleon and tlsk, to Abergavenny, Crickhowell, and Brecon, and from the Golden Lion, AbergavennJ, three hours before the time of sail- ing for Bristol.—The following coaches leave the King's riead Hotel, Newport, as follows: The Abergavenny Mail every morn- ing at half-past five o'clock, through Caerleon and Pontypool, to Abergavenny, Crickhowell, and Brecon. and arrives in Newport every evening at seven o'clock. The Brprnmiwr and Nantyglo 11 ail every morning at half-past five 0 clock, through Risca, Abercarn, Newbridge, Blackwood, and Tredegar, leaving Bryoniawr ai half-past two, and strives in Newport at seven r.M.— A Coach leaves the Bridge Inn daily, on arrival of the packets, for Pontypool and Abersychan.-Trains leave Newport for Swansea at 4 10, a.m.; 7 45, a.m. ] t 30, a.m. 2 45, p.m.; 6 30. p.na.; and 7 45, p.m., and arrive at Newport from Swan- •ea, at 8 10, a.m.; 10 20. a.m.; 12 26. p.m.; 3 3, p.m. 8 30 p.m.. and 9 31, p.m.—The Western Valleys Trains leave New- port for Bla:na at 7 0, a.m.; 1*2, noon and 4 45, p.m.—And leave Blaina forNewport at 9 0, a.m. ;'2 15,p.m., and 645,p.m. Packet Offices, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells, Bristol, Packet Offices, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells, Bristol, and Rodney Wharf, Newport JOHN JONES, Agent. TO BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS- BE DISPOSED OF, upon very advantageous terms, a _1. Good liUblNEsS in the above line. together with the Leather belling Busiiiess-iias been established fifteen vearx and is situated near the Ducks at Pillgwenliy, in the flourish- ing port of Neivport. For particulars, enquire of Mr. LUKE HOHNFP proprietor, Golden Boot, Pillgwenliy. "UUJNJiU, the TO BE LET, ON REASONABLE TERMS, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, X MOST commodious RESIDENCE, situate within three rX miles of Newport, consisting of a drawing room, dining room, breakfast room, china, pantry and five bedrooms (and water closet); also kitchen, back kitchen, servants' pantry wine cellar, stable, &c.; also a fruitful garden, well stocked. Apply, by letter, to No. 11, Box, Post Office, Newport. RICE ON SALE. CLCAS £ INDIA AND ENGLIStl DRESSED Apply to D. E. MONIES, Rice and General Broker 13 Exchange Alley North, Liverpool. MIDDLE LLANFOIST HOUSE, MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE LET, And Entered Upon at Midsummer Next, A VERY desirable Hesidence, called MIDDl E LLAN /A. F0IS,r HOUSE, With suitable offices, coach' house, and stable, with an excellent gaiden ana orchard. The House is in thorough repair, and containsdra"in17 room dining room, and breakfast room, six good bed.ooms, besides allies. it 18 within one mile of the capital market town of Aberga venny* For further particulars, apply to ROBERT WHEELEY Esq., the Pentie House, near Abergavennv Apiil 28th, 18 >2. BB.EWEB.S' ARMS, GREAT DOCK STREET, ADJOINING THE WESTERN VALLEYS TERMINUS, NEWPORT, MON. HARRIET PEARCE, widow of the late John Pearce, continues to conduct the business of her late husband as usual. H. P., in returning her grateful thanks for past favors, solici's a continuance of that patronage hitherto so liberally bestowed. Every Accommodation for persons travelling by the Trains or Packets. Well-Aired beds. Good Stabling, Store Rooms. &c. No connection with any other person of the same name. April 28, lti52. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, F-IIHAT Old-established Full-licensed PUBLIC HOUSE, 1 called the VICTORIA COMMERCIAL INN, Situated near the flourishing Iron Works of Blaenaven, and within eighty yards of the intended Terminus of the Railroad, leading from Newport to Blaenavon. The House base been very recently well fitted up in the best possible manner, with excelient Stabling, and locked-up Coach House, "nd is well adapted for the reception of Commercial Travellers. The In-coming Moderate. Satisfactory reasons will be assigned for the present occupier leaving. For lurther particulars, app;y to Mr. JOSEPH BEDDOE, Blaenavon; to Mr JAMEN GILBERT, Draper, Pontypool; to Mr. HLNRY GREGORY, Brewer, &c., Newport; or to AJr. ISAAC ROSSER. Park 1 iace, Tredegar. MONMOUTHSHIRE COLLIERIES FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ALL those Extensive COLLIERIES and WORKS called and known as ihe ABERCARN and GWYTHEN COLLIF,RIFS situate at Ahercarn, in the county of Mon- mouth, together with all the Machinery and Woikiog Stock be- longing thereto. The Works are now in mil operation, and produce both House and Steam Coal". and are capable of sending to market from 1,500 to 2,000 Tons of Coal per week, and are only distant from the shipping port of Newport 10 miles, with which they have a direct and easy communication, by the Monmouthshire Railway and Caanl Company s canal and railway. The property is held by lease, under Six Benjamin Hall, Baronet, and his trustees comprises an area of about 1,200 Acres of Lind and contains am,in« other descriptions of Steam Coal, the Vein known as RUSSELL'S RISCA BLACK VEIN," which is the most valuable Coal for Steam purposes shipped at Newport, and for which, there is a great demand. The different Veins lie advantageously for woiking. and the Works being situate at SUCH a short distance trom Newport, possess thereby advantages in the cheaper cost of carriace, as compared with most of the o'her Collieries in the distiict, which are situate generally at a much greater distance from the place of shipment. The taking niinos also, includes some rich Iron stones, which may be worked to advantage, in a more favourable state of the Iron Trade. For furthpr particulars, Hpp'y to WIL IAM BEVAN, Esq. Solicitor, Bristol; or to F.J. HALL, Esq., Solicitor, Newport Moomouthshiie, MONMOUTHSHIRE. TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Tolls arising at the Toll Gates upon the ABEHCARNE Turnpike Roads, and called or known by the names of the Crumliii Gate, the Bryn Gale, the Boot Gate, the Alhan Terrace Gate, the Risna Gate, and the Newbridge Gate, will he LET BY AUCTION. to the best bidder. at the NEWBKIDGB INS, in the Pari-h of Monytliusloyne, in the County of Monmouth on MONDAY, the 31st day of May, next, it Twelve o'clock at noon, in lie manner directed by the Act of Parliament pushed in the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of 11is late Majesty King George the FOllrth," For regulating Turnpike Roads which Tolls produced the last year the following sums above the Kxpense of collecting them, and «ill be put up at those sums. Whoever happens to he the best bidder, must at the same time pay One Month in advance, if required. of the Rent at which such Tolls may be Let, and give security, with sufficient sure- ties, to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the Siid Turnpike Roads, for payment of the rest of the money monthly. f Crumlin and Alhan Terrace Gates .»•••• £ 19-5 0 Newbridge ond Risca Gates 12,) 0 Bryn and Bout Gates 57 10 And Notice is Herehy also given that the next Meeting of the Tiustees or Commissioners of the said Roads, will be held at the >THWBRIDGE INN, aforesaid, ul 12 o'clock at noon, on the said 31st day of May next. THOMAS MORGAN LLEWELI.IN. Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads. Dated at Newport, the 23th day of April, 1852. HUSSEY'S AP/IERICAN REAPT Price £ 18 complete, with Delivery Board, &<■ Delivered at Bristol. HUSSEY'S "CHAMPION" REAPER IN YO: ivVtilRE From Sir I atton Sykes, Bart., to Mr. Cros' x Sedmere Castle, Driffield, Sept. 18ol. I have just been seeing your machine for leaping,and am very much pleased wiili it. 11 does its work beautifully, aLd I have no doubt they will soon be in general use. I am, sir, your obedient servant, (Signed) TAT 1 ON SYKES. Hussey's "Champion" Reaper in Lincolnshire. Fairford Honse, Louth, March 13th, 1853. ?ir«—» enclose a cheque for ElS, the cash price of llusscv's Reaping Machine. I should have done this earlier, but have been much engiged, and waited to try it. I have d .ne so on wheat stubble, and find it answer beyond my most sanguine expectations. I am, yours, &c., „ WJI. J. OSLEAR. To Mr. Crosskill, f.everley. W. Crosskill will warrant IIussey's Reaper to cut "stand- ing" or "taid corn, across "ridge and furrow" W. C. is now making three reapers a day for purchasers who have already given orders for delivery in May. bilt cann. t gitaraiiiee to deliver future orders in lime for harvest, unless given imme- diat ly. Full particulars and report of the Cleveland Challenge and Trial, &c., will be forwarded gratis, 011 application per j>iiit. CROSSKILL'S "COUNCIL" GRE AT MED IL PATENT CLOU CRUSHERS AND WHEAT ROLLERS. For Rolling Young Wheats in the Spring, &c. At the Great Exhibition the highest award of the CouncilPrize Great Medal, was awarded to Crosskill's Patent Serrated Roller and Clod Crusher, with this commendation—"It repays its cost the first season of its use, &c." Reduced Prires, £ 18 size, now. ft.5 cash. CroEskill's Council" Great Medal One Horse Carts, mounted upon patent Wheels and Axles, Manufactured almost entirely by Machinery, Keduced Prices ren Per Cent Discount off orders for Three Sets of Patent Wheels and Axles. Crosskill's "Council" Great Medal Mills. The most powerful and economical Mills, of Two, Four, and Six Horse Power, for grinding all kinds of farm produce including bones for manure; and particularly recommended where Steam Power is used. Lists 01 Prices may be had gratis, on application per post. Please Address—MR. CROSSKILL, BEVERLEY. rn AMP TON'S PILL OF HEALTH. Price Is. I id. per box. THIS excellent Family PILL i* a Medicine of lone-tried efficacy for cnrrectinc ?.ll disotders of the Stomach and Mowels, the common symptoms of which are Cosii^eness, Flatu lenry, Spasms. Loss of Appetite, Sick Head-ache. Giddi- ness, Sense of Fulness after mea's. Dizziness of the Eyes, Drowsiness and Pains in the Stomach and Bo -els: Indigestion, producing a Torpid sta'e of tlie Liver, and a consequent Inactivity of the Bowels, causing a disorganization of every function of the frame. vviH, in this nioct excellent preparation, by a little perseverance, be effectually remcved. Two or three doses lot ill convince the afflicted of its salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its strength; a healthy action 01 ihe liver, bowels, and kidneys will rapidly like place and instead of listlessness. heat, p-iin, and jaundiced appeaiance, strength, activity and renewed health, will be the quick resuli of taking this medicine, according to the directions accompany- ing each box These pills are particularly efficacious for stomach coughs colds, altues, shortness of breath, and all obstructions of the urinaiy passages and, if taken after too free an indulgence at table, they quick ly restore the system to its natural state of repose. Persons ot a FULL I (A BIT, who are subject to head ache, giddiness, drowsiness, and singing in the ears, arising fr rn too great a flow of blood to lhe head, should never be without tliem as many dangetous symptoms will be entirely carried off by their immediate use. For t" KM A LES. these pills are most truly excellent, removing all obstructions, the distressing head-ache so very prevalent with ilie sex depression 01 spin's, duiuessofsinht. nervous affections blotches, punpte", and sal own. ss of the skin, and give a healthy and juvenile hloom to the complexion. To MOTHERS they are Confidelltlyrecommended as the best medicine that can be taken during pregnancy and for children of all ages they are unequalled. As a pleasant, safe, end easy aperient, they unite the recom- mendation of a mild pperallon Wilh the most successful effect, and lequire no restiaint 01 diet, or confinement during their use By regulating the dose, according to the age and strength of the patient, they become suitable for every case, in either sex, that can be required; and lor ELDERLY PEOPLE ihey will b^ tound to be the most comfortable medicine hiihei to prepared. Sold by T. Pion" 229, Slrllnd, London. Pfire Is. IJd. and 2s. 9d. per box and by the Venders of Medicines generally throughout the Kingdom. Ask for FKAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH, and cbnerve the name and addres* of" Thomas Prout, 229,Strand, London," on the Govreninent Stamp.

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