TO CABINET MAKERS. WANTED, A GOOD HAND.-CONSTANT T EMPLOYMENT WILL BE GIVEN. Apply to T. PUGH, Upholsterer, Furniture Broker, &c., 9, Llanarth-street, Newport. FURNITURE NEATLY REPAIRED. USK DISTRICT OF TURNPIKE ROADS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES, of this District, will be held at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on FRI- DAY, the 24th day of MARCH next, at Eleven in the Fore- noon, to Examine, Audit, and Settle the Accounts, and to Examine into the Revenues and Debts for the past Year, ending the 31st December, 1853. J". SHEPARD, CLERK. Usk, 22nd February, 1854. CHEPSTOW&ABERGAVENNY NEW ROAD. SHIRENEWTON BRANCH. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL 1> ANNUAL MEETING, of the TRUSTEES of this Branch [of Road, will be held at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on FRIDAY, the 24th day of March, 1854, at Twelve o'Clock noon, to Examine, Audit, and Settle the Accounts, and to Examine into the Revenues and Debts, for the Year ending, the 31st December, 1853. J. SHEPARD, CLERK. Usk, 22nd February, 1854. To Bakers and Confectioners. TO BE DISPOSED OF, With Possession on the 'loth of March next, AN old and well-established BUSINESS in the above line, situate opposite the Westgate Hotel, in the rapidly improving Port of Newport, Monmouthshire. From Seventeen to Twenty Sacks of Flour are consumed weekly the returns average from £ 3,000 to £3,500 per Annum, and may be very considerably increased by any active, industrious party. For particulars, and to treat, apply to Mr. H. M. PAR- TRIDGE, Auctioneer, House and Estate Agent, Stow Hill, Newport, Monmouthshire. February 15th, 1854. BANK SQUARE, NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE Is favoured with instructions from Mr. J. H. Thomas, Who is removing from the neighbourhood, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, (unreservedly), At the BANK HOUSE, Newport, some time in the month of March, THE whole of his modern and well-preserved HOUSE- JL HOLD FURNITURE, in mahogany and rosewood, excellent Gj octave Square Piano-forte, by Broadwood and Sons, China and Ware in dinner, tea, coffee, and dessert Services, Glass, in every necessary requisite, Kitchen Uten- sils, &c. Full particulars will appear in next week's papers, and in Catalogues, which will be ready for delivery one week prior to the sale, at the Auctioneer's Offices, St. Woollos House, Stow-hill. Newport, Mon., 23rd Feb., 1854. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT, Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE WILL SELL BY AUCTION, At the CARPENTERS' ARMS INN, Newport, on WEDNES- DAY, the 1st of MARCH, 1854, at Six for Seven o'Clock in the Evening precisely, (by order of the Mortgagees in trust for Sale), the following highly desirable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY:— ALL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE and SHOP, situate and being No- 1, COMMERCIAL ROAD, Newport, for many years in the occupation of the late Mr. Charles Hulin. These Premises are held by Lease from George Rees, Esq., and others, for the Residue of a Term of Sixty-seven Years (wanting Ten Days), commencing the 25th December, 1830, at the very low Ground Rent of £1 11s. 6d. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Stow Hill, Newport; or to Mr. CHARLES HASSELL, Solicitor, Bristol. N.B.-Part of the Purchase Money may remain upon Mortgage, if required. SHIRENEWTON HOUSE, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Important and unreserved Sale of a Flock of sound and healthy Sheep, Superior Horned Stock, young, sound, and useful Horses and Colts, Pigs, and a large and valuable selection of Farming Implements, (by Stratton and other eminent makers.) Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE Is instructed by John Cartwright, Esq., who has disposed of his Shirenewton Estate, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the Premises, at SHIRENEWTON HOUSE, on THURSDAY, the 23rd day of March, 1853, THE whole of his valuable and carefully-selected LIVE JL and DEAD FARMING STOCK, Implements, and Miscellaneous Effects, without reserve. The majority of the Sheep are of the Shropshire Down breed, and descended from the flocks of Messrs. Tait, of the Bache, near Ludlow, and Mr. Horton, of Harnage Grange, near Much Wenlock, Salop. The Horned Stock are pure Herefords, and the Horses young, sound, and good workers. Conveyances will be in waiting at the George hotel, Chep- stow, to convey purchasers to the sale, who may arrive by the 9.20 up, and 10.42 down trains, leaving the George punctually at 11 o'clock a.m. Refreshments will be on the table at half-past 10, the sale to commenoe at 12 at noon and the Auctioneer most respectfully solicits an early attendance, as the lots are nu- merous, and the whole must be disposed, of in one day. Descriptive catalogues will be ready for delivery 10 days prior to the sale, and may be had, GRATIS, at the principal Inns in Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, and Glamorganshire, at the place of sale, and of the Auctioneer, at his offices, St. Woollos House, Stow-hill. Newport, Monmouthshire, 23rd Feb., 1854. MONMOUTHSHIRE. SUPERIOR OAK TIMBER. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the KING'S HEAD INN, Monmouth, on SATURDAY, the 11th of March, 1854, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions FIFTY-TWO OAK TIMBER TREES, numbered with white paint from 1 to 52, standing on Hilstone Estate. The Farm Bailiff, at Hilstone, will shew the lot; and for further particulars, apply to JAMES G. GEORGE, Esq.. Solicitor, Monmouth, or to Mr. WHITE, Estate Agent, Lindors, near Coleford. HEREFORDSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. Very Superior Navy Oak Timber. Ash, Coppice Woods,, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the MONMOUTH CAP INN, in the parish of Llangua, on MONDAY, the 27th day of FEBRUARY, 1854, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions, THE following Lots of TIMBER, kc., standing on the Kentchurch Estate, viz. :— Lot 1. Ninety-five OAK TIMBER TREES, of extraordinary dimensions, standing in the Park and Bannut Tree Meadow. Lot 2. Twenty-seven ditto, standing on Llangua Great House and the Cap Farms. Lot 3. Thirty-one ditto, standing on the Lleath Farm. Lot 4. Thirty-two ditto, standing on Llancillo Court Farm. Lot 5. Eighty-one Ash and Six Wych Timber Trees, standing on Rowlstone Court Farm. Lot 6. One Hundred Ash and Eleven Wych Timber Trees, standing on Rowlstone Park Farm. All the above trees are numbered with white paint. Lot 7. .Ninety-one Ash, 24 Wych, and Six Beech Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, standing on Great and Little Corras Farms. Lot. 8. The Fallage of the upper part of the Meadows Wood, containing about Eleven Acres. Lot 9. The ditto of Crump's Wood, containing about Six Acres. JOHN WILLIAMS, the farm bailiff at Kentchurch, will show the Lots and for further particulars, apply to Mr. WHITE, Estate Agent, Lindors, near Coleford, Gloucester- ahire. MONMOUTHSHIRE. SUPERIOR OAK TIMBER, COPPICE WOODS, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. At the KING'S HEAD INN, Monmouth, on SATURDAY, the 11th day of March. 1854, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions :— LOT 1. The Fallage of a Coppice Wood, situated on the Lone Farm, in the parish of Penalt, containing about Two Acres together with forty-five Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint; and one Elm, two Sycamore and sixty-two Oak Stores, crossed with red paint, standing in the said wood and on lands adjoining, in the occupation of Mr. William Gunter and Thomas Beard. LOT 2. The Foliage of Two Brakes, situated on the Cwm Estate, in the parish of Cwincarvan, together with thirty-eight Oak and sixteen Ash Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, and one hundred and twelve Oak, forty Ash, and ten Beech Stores, crossed with a scribe, standing on the same estate. LOT 3. Eighty-five Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint from 1 to 85. and seventy-seven Oak Stores, crossed with a J6' Ending on Wernheir Farm, in the parish of Llan- baddock, and Hamlet of Glascoed, near Usk q- LOT 4. f Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, rom »fc to 153 both inclusive, standing on the Brin Farm m the hamlet of Glascoed, aforesaid. prober Trees, numbered with red paint, ,54 to 204, both inclusive, and. fourteen Oak Stores, • i YVJ1 a1f^n^e» standing on Pentwyn Farm, in the parrwh of Mamhilad, near Pontypool. K.T"fant8Af thr Farms will cause the lots to f°r further particulars, apply to JAMES G. Monmouth, or to Mr. WHITE /Efltate Agent, Lindors, near Coleford. CAERLICKEN ESTATES, PARISH OF KEMEYS INFERIOR, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Extensive Sale of superior Farming Stock, Implements of Husbandry, Household Fur- niture, &c. Messrs. CORNELIUS EVANS$SON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On the Premises, at Caerlicken, on MONDAY, the 27th of February, 1854, the whole of the valuable FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, And other Effects, of Mr. Joseph Phelps, who has disposed of this Estate. THE Stock comprises thirty two-years-old prime fat JL wethers, forty-eight fat yearling do., sixty-four breed- ing ewes, in yean, thirty-two yearling ewes, three ram lambs, one yearling do. The sheep, which are of the Lei- cester and Cotswold breeds, are perfectly sound and healthy, and will be found to be eminently worthy the attention of purchasers. Five excellent milch cows, with calves, one ditto, to calve early, three three-years-old heifers, in calf, one fat cow, three two-years-old steers, three two-years-old heifers, one three-years-old baiTen heifer, four yearling steers, three yearling heifers, capital two-years-old Hereford bull, bred by Mr. Keene, of Pencreeg. The whole of the cattle are of the pure Hereford breed, and are not to be sur- passed for condition and symmetry. Six young and useful cart horses, hackney mare, in foal, useful for saddle or harness, five-years-old, hackney mares, ditto, two-vears-old cart colt, yearling colt, three-years-old nag pony, very useful roadster, two-years-old colt, by "Gaper," five-years-old chesnut filly, by "Gaper," two sows, in farrow, four store plgi. Broad-wheel waggon, narrow-wheel do., four broad-wheel carts, one narrow-wheel do., three iron ploughs and Batti- kin's, nearly new, five wood ploughs, pair of heavy drags, three pair wood harrows, one pair iron do., two wood rollers, quite new, three-pipe wheat drill, two turnip drills, two winnowing machines, turnip cutter, wheelbarrows, bushel measure and strike, four horse power threshing machine, waggon ropes, 4doz. hurdles, 2 sheep racks, 8 sheep and other troughs, two ladders, chaff machine, five sets long harness, three sets short do., three sets of G.O. do., blacksmith's bellows, anvil, and vice, two iron furnaces, cow ties and timber chains, seed machine, corn screen, seed Hft and straps, turnip scuffler, saddle and side-saddle, about sixty tons of Swedes, to go off by the 25th of March, about five acres of turnips, to go off, about 25 tons of well-ended prime hay, to go off, twelve tons clover, half a rick of oats, a few tons of straw, in boltings, all to go off, a quantity of wheelwright's timber, several tons of excellent building stones, dairy and brewing utensils, salting stones, beams, scales, and weights, two flour bins, about 2,000 gallons of prime cider and perry, a lot of empty hogsheads, seven flitches of excellent home- cured bacon, six bacon hams, &c., &c. The Furniture consists of six tent and other bedsteads, mahogany and walnut dining and other tables, sofa, mahogany sideboard, fenders and fire irons, carpet and rug, chairs, double barrelled gun, corner cupboard, glass bottles and jars, and a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. Luncheon will be on the tables at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, and the sale will commence at Eleven precisely, M it is intended to sell the whole in one day. A punctual attendance, is respectfully solicited. Caerlicken is situate about six miles from Newport, ten from Chepstow, and three from the Magor Station of the South Wales Railway. Auctioneer's Offices, 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook House, Llantarnam, February 14th, 1854. TO BE SOLD, TWO Large LIGHTERS or BARGES, well adapted for t the Newport or Bristol Rivers. One of the Vessels is quite New. Applications to be made at the Newport Dock Office, be- tween the Hours of Twelve and Two o'Clock. TOWN OF MONMOUTH. ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. C. BURTON, At the KING'S HEAD HOTEL, Monmouth, on TUESDAY, the 28th day of March, 1854, at One o'clock precisely, unless disposed of in .the meantime by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given, subject to such conditions as will then be produced, Lot 1. ALL that desirable and substantially-built RESIDENCE, now in the occupation of Mr. John Woollett, sur- geon, situate near the centre of the town, having a frontage towards the Shire-hall of 94 feet, with the offices, a spacious garden enclosed within brick walls, four-stalled stable, coach-house, and court-yard. The House comprises on the ground floor an entrance-hall, dining:room, parlour, surgery, two kitchens, two parlours, and a china closet; on the first floor, six bedrooms; on the second floor, four bedrooms — together with the excellent and roomy MALTHOUSE ad- joining thereto, which has a frontage to Glendower-street of 64 feet, and being 19 feet deep towards Agincourt- square, or the north-west front thereof: it is brick-built, has three substantial oak and brotted floors, a barley and dry-malt room, good kiln, cistern and pump of excellent water, and is now in the occupation of Mr. Charles Herbert. N.B. There is a seat in St. Mary's Church attached to the house. Lot 2. All that genteel RESIDENCE, now in the occupation of I Mrs. Griffiths, situate in Glendower-street, comprising, on the basement floor, an excellent cellar; on the ground floor, a drawing-room, parlour, office, two kitchens, pantry, and knife-room six bedrooms on the chamber floor, and two good attics together with a four-stalled stable, and corn- loft over a large-sized enclosed garden, stable, yard, and other convenient offices. There is a pump of spring water, and a large reservoir, with pump, for soft water, on the premises. The House and Premises have a frontage of 86 feet to Glendower-street, running nearly parallel to a depth of 120 feet at the least. The Premises may be viewed on application to the re- spective occupiers; and further particulars obtained of the Auctioneer, Monmouth, or of Mr. WOOLLETT, solicitor, at his offices, Council-house, Newpert. SHIP LANE, REDCLIFF HILL, BRISTOL. To Gentlemen, Commercial Gents., Omnibus and Fly Pro- prietors, Livery Stable Keepers, and others. Mr. FREDERICK MILES WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On the Premises, SHIP LANE YARD, situate in Ship-lane, near Redcliff Church, Bristol, on THURSDAY, March 2nd, 1854, a variety of NEW and second-hand OMNIBUSSES, FLYS, PHAE- TONS, GIGS, WHITECHAPEL, and other VE- HICLES and TRAPS, the property of Mr. WM. TROTT, Coachmaker, Bristol, who is lowering his Stock, with the view of taking a partner in the above business. The whole will be on view on the day previous to the Sale, which will commence precisely at Eleven for Twelve o'clock at Noon. No. 10, Redcliff Hill, Bristol. TO BE LET, A PUBLIC HOUSE, situate in the principal thorough- fare, Newport. Rent and in-coming moderate. Apply to Mrs. O'HARE, Bookseller, Llanarth-street. A FARM TO BE LET, Called LLANARAVON," in the Parish of Llanvrechva Lower, BETWEEN Newport and Pontypool, and adjoining the Turnpike Road, containing 201A. 2B. 30P, possession at Lady-day next. For particulars, apply to Messrs. R. WILTON and SON, Solicitors. Gloucester; or to Mr. JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Candwr Farm, Llanvrechva. PENHOW. TO BE LET, And Entered upon at Lady Day next, AN ornamental COTTAGE, in the above picturesque village; consisting of two sitting-rooms on the ground floor, kitchen and scullery, four bedrooms on the first noor also two stalled stable, with hay loft over, gig hous6, and pig sties good orchard and garden. The cottage is situated midway between Newport and Chepstow, close to the turnpike-road, and within half a mile of Penhow Church. For terms and particulars, apply to Mr. EDMUND CHAPP DUTFIELD, at Penhow Castle Farm, who will shew, the premises. WANTED, by a party in the country, to be regularly supplied with Newport or Cardiff COA333. Address to L. Y. Bristol Post Office. INLAND REVENUE. MR. CHARLES E. MATHEWS, Grocer, High-street, Merthyr, has paid to the Hon. the Commissioners of Inland Revenue, a compromise fine of Five Pounds, for having sold a mixture of Chicory and Coffee, improperly labelled. Inland Revenue Office, Merthyr, 17th Feb., 1854. MR. HENRY SHEPPARD, of Commercial-street, Newport, has paid to the Commissioners of Inland Revenue, a Compromise Fine of £ 5, for having sold a mix- ture of Chicory and Coffee, improperly labelled. Magor Le Green Moor Inclosure. I JAMES PEACHY WTLLIAMS, of Albion Chambers, Bristol, in the County of Bristol, the Valuer acting in the Matter of the Inclosure of the Waste Lands, of the several Manors of Magor and Redwick, Duram and Rag- land, Magor and Green Moor, Salisbury and Magor Le Green Moor, Redwick, Undy, and Bishton, situate in the parishes of Redwick, Magor, Undy, Bishton, Willcrick, and the hamlet of Llandavenny, in St. Bride's, and the extra- parochial place called Green Moor, in the County of Mon- mouth, hereby give Notice, that I shall hold an adjourned Meeting, ou THURSDAY, the 23rd March next, at the GEORGE HOTEL, CHEPSTOW, at Eleven o'clock in the fore- noon, for the purpose of receiving Claims, in writing, from all persons claiming any Common or other Right or Interest in the said Waste Lands, and such Claims must state the several particulars in respect whereof they are made, dis- tinguishing the Claims in respect of Freehold, Copyhold, Customary, and Leasehold Property, from each other, and mentioning therein the places of abode of the respective Claimants or their Agents, at which Notices in respect of such Claims may be delivered; and I hereby give further Notice, that this is the last meeting for receiving cläimll. Given under my hand this 24th day of February, in the year of our Lord, 1854. JAMES PEACHEY WILLIAMS. I
COPY OF RETURNS, c Pursuant to 7 and 8 Victoria, c. 32. NAME OF FIRM: WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES DISTRICT BANK. Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists Abbott Henry Bethume, Exeter, gentleman Anderson Sidney Mary, Bristol, Spinster Armstrong John, Bristol, surveyor Armstrong Mary Poston, Bristol, spinster Atkins, Mary, Nutbean, near Andover, Hants, widow Baillie Eliza, Heavitree, Devon, spinster Barrett Elizabeth, Exeter, widow Barrett James, Gravesend, gentleman Barr Charlotte, Westbury, Wilts, spinster Bastard Richard, Exeter, gentleman Bastard William Segar, Exeter, woollen-draper Baskett William, Bath, cheese and bacon factor Bastard Mary, Exeter, spinster Bath James, Bridgwater, innkeeper Bates John, Bristol, banker Barton Henry Downe, Exeter, solicitor Bartlett Ann, Baltonsborough, Glastonbury, widow Baker Samuel, Yatton, Somerset, yeoman Ball Richard, ) Bristol, gentleman Penn Thomas Fortin, f Sherborne, Dorset, draper Bastard Samuel Segar, Exeter, esquire Bastard Richard, I Exeter, spirit-merchant Pry or Joseph, j Exeter, umbrella-merchant Bennett Richard (deceased) Bristol, gentleman Bennett Sarah, Chudleigh, Devon, spinster Beard Sarah Besly, Bath, wife of Thomas Beard, Esq. Bennett Henry, Exeter, draper Bellamy Peter Franklin, i Plymouth, surgeon Tombs William, S Exeter, banker Tombs Samuel, J Droitwich, solicitor Tombs Samuel, J Droitwich, solicitor Browne William, ) Totnes, Devon, banker Dymond Joseph John, j Exeter, banker Bannister Jane, 27, Rochester-road, Camden New- > town, London, widow Bannister Charles, J 70, Basinghall-st., Londor, solicitor Braund Juliana Mary Kelly, Exeter, spinster Braund Ellen Elizabeth Kelly, Exeter, spinster Binham Esther, Exeter, spinster Biffin William, Pilton, near Wells, yeoman Bowles Charles (deceased), Shaftesbury, gentleman Bourn Betty, Bath, widow Bowring Alexander, Wells, yeoman Bond Rev. John, Stoke Canon, Devon, clerk Boyle Rev. William, Freshford, Somerset, clerk Bowden John, Exeter, gentleman Bradford Eliza, Exeter, spinster Bragge Charlotte, Lympstone, Devon, spinster Grace, Stoke Gabriel, near Totnes, Devon, widow Bragg Thomas Bartlet, Stoke Gabriel, near Totnes, Devon, painter Braine Charles Joseph, Abbotsley, near Newton Abbott, Breillat John, Bristol, Engineer [Devon, esquire Brice Henry, Wells, gentleman Bright William, Bath, chemist Bricknell James, Bristol, confectioner Browne William, Bridgwater, merchant Browne John, Bridgwater, merchant Browne Thomas Pulsford, Bridgwater, gentleman Browne Joseph, Tavistock, banker Browne Samuel Woolcot, Bridgwater, merchant Brutton Augusta, Exeter, spinster Bull James, Bridgwater, accountant Bunter James (deceased), Taunton, banker Bunter Rev. John, Upper Tulse-hill, near London, dis- senting minister Bunbury George Benjamin, Bath, lieutenant R.N. Burland Hugh, Bristol, spirit-dealer Burch Thomas, Exeter, gentleman Budge Rev. Edward, Bratton Clovelly-rectory, near Oke- hampton, Devon, clerk Butler Elizabeth Walker, 3, Nepaul-cottages, James-street, Commercial-road, Peckham, London, widow Cadley Charles, Bradford, Wilts, gentleman Cairneross Thomas, Bristol, gentleman Carde Emma, Mark, Somerset, spinster Cam Thomas Croxall, Bath, esquire Capenhurst Elizabeth Leedham, Stapleton, near Bristol, Cann William, Exeter, gentleman [spinster Cana Caroline Cook, Exeter, spinster Carter Samuel, Exeter, linendraper Caddy Elizabeth, Exeter, spinster Carey William, Bath, job-master Champion Wm. Duderidge (deceased), Bristol, gentleman Chapman Samuel, Taunton, gentleman Chad wick James, Bath, accountant Child Mary Ann, North Nibley, near Wotton-under-Edge, spinster Chomel Elizabeth, Ottery, St. Mary, Devon, widow Chomel Eliza Ann Letitia, Tamworth, Staffordshire, spinster Churchill Elizabeth Rebecca, Ash House, near Dartmouth, Devon, spinster Chave Rev. Edward William Tanner, Exeter, clerk Chitts Ursula, Thornbury, near Bristol, spinster Clark Thomas, junior, Wasleigh, Bridgwater, gentleman Clark Edward, Bristol, solicitor Clinkard Mary, Exeter, spinster Clinkard Ann, Toot Baldon, Nuneham, Oxford, spinster Cohen Matilda, Swansea, spinster Cohen Catherine, Swansea, widow Coggan Henry, junior, Langport, Somerset, gentleman Coggan Edith Gould, Langport, Somerset, spinster Collins George, Chewton Mendip, near Bath, yeoman Collins Mary Ann, Exeter, spinster Collingwood John, Brighton, esquire Collier Jenny, Woodside, near Plymouth, spinster Coome Charles, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, yeoman Corfe Louisa, 25, Hawley-road, Kentish-town, London, Coathupe Oliver, Clifton, esquire [spinster Coatliupe Charles Thornton, Bristol, esquire Court John, Exeter, gentleman Cottle John, Bath, gentleman Cousins John, Exeter, tailor and draper Cousins Samuel, 12, Regent's park-terrace, Gloucester-gate, Camden Town, London, A.R.A. Cox Thomas, Gloucester, mail-guard Cox John, Heavitree, Devon, gentleman Craister Maria, Exeter, widow Croome John, Exeter, druggist Cross Elizabeth, Torquay, widow Daniel Hannah, Bristol, widow Davie Mary, Wincanton, Somerset, spinster Davies Samuel, Merthyr, draper Da vies Samuel, and ) Exeter, tea-dealer Lowrey Thos. Sampson (deceased), ) Exeter, gentleman Davis Henry (deceased), Exeter, salesman Dester Anne, the Forhill, King's Norton, near Birmingham, spinster Donnellan Catherine Edwards, Bath, widow Doubting John, Portishead, near Bristol, shoemaker Dowdney Thomas, Axbridge, yeoman Dowden Stephen, Long Ash ton, near Bristol, gentleman Dowdney Thomas, Axbridge, yeoman Dugdale George, Bristol, master-mariner Dyke William, Butleigh, Somerset, farmer, &c. Dykes Henry, Bristol, superintendent of Bristol and Birmingham Railway Dymond Sarah Eliza, Exeter, spinster Easthope Anne, Brosley, Salop, widow Edgcombe John, Liverpool, metal-broker Edkins Mary Anne, Bristol, spinster Edsall Caroline, Topsham, Devon, spinster Edwards, Mary, Bristol, spinster Ellison Mary, Clifton, widow Ellis Mary, Exeter, spinster Evans Thomas, (deceased), Swansea, painter Evans Thomas, Bideford, merchant Featherstone William Charlton, Exeter, printer Ferris Thomas, Bristol, schoolmaster Fisher John Thornhill, Torquay, Devon, ( chemist Williams Rev. Henry Wilkinson, J Dorset-square, Lon- } don, Wesleyan min. Ford Michael (deceased), Bristol, confectioner Fox Rachael Prideaux, Exeter, spinster Fox Octavius Annesley, Exeter, dentist French Henry Augustus, Lavenham, Suffolk, school-master Fripp James, Clifton, M.B. Fuge John Hele, Plymouth, surgeon Gandy Joseph, Exeter, greengrocer Gane Elizabeth, Taunton, widow Garraway James, Bristol, nurseryman Guscott John, 13, Aldersgate-buildings, Aldersgate-street, London, joiner George Margaret, Avening, Minchinhampton, spinster George Richard Francis, Bath, surgeon Gifford Anne, Lakenham, near Norwich, spinster Gibbs Wm. Withycombe, Kittisforde, near Wellington, Somerset, gentleman Goodwin Charlotte, Barstow, near Knowle, Warwickshire, widow Goodfellow Anne Rooke, Ladock Grampound, Cornwall, Gould John Blatchford, Exeter, gentleman [spinster Granger Rev. Thos., M.A., Exeter, clerk Gray Robert John, Exeter, accountant Gray Jane, Exeter, spinster Gray Mary Hancock (deceased), Exeter, wife of Robert John Gray, gentleman Gibbins, Josh.,Birmingham, esquire Gibbins Thomas, Birmingham, esqnirw Goddard Charles, Stroud, esquire Gregory Thomas, Exeter, gentleman Gregory John, Exeter, joiner Greek Mary Ann, Bath, spinster Greek John Leworthy, Barnstaple, tallow-chandler Gristock Jane, Bridgwater, spinster Gristock Mary, Bridgwater, spinster Green Mary, Bristol, spinster Gwyer Edmund, Bristol, merchant Hammond John, Ashley-hall, near Newmarket, Cambridge- shire, esquire Harttree Harriet, Barnstaple, spinster Hawke Mary, Exeter, spinster Harvey William, Cork, gentleman Harris Robert, Bradford, Wilts, gentleman Hagley John, Frome, accountant Hagley Fitz (deceased), Frome, accountant Halsley Ann, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, widow Halson Robert, Bridgwater, shopkeeper Harvey Thomas, Youghal, county Cork, gentleman Harvie David, Cheltenham, esquire Halcomb Catherine, Marlborough, spinster Harris Ursula, Feckingham, near Droitwich, spinster Hall Mary, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, spinster Hallam Edward, Axbridge, druggist Hallam Deborah, jun., Bristol, spinster Hallam Catherine, Bristol, spinster Hayes William (deceased), Bristol, city pavior Hake Ann, Exeter, spinster Hatch Thomas, Newton Abbott, Devon, ironmonger Hatch Sarah Francis, Newton Abbott, spinster Hammond Thomas, Bury St. Edmunds, esquire Halse Elizabeth, Exeter, widow Harries Thomas, Bristol, teacher Harrop Samuel, Drayisden, near Manchester, cotton-manu- Harries Edward, Bristol, grocer [facturer Hall William, Exeter, gentleman Heard Henry Ellis, Dolton, Devon, gentleman Heard Charles (deceased), Exeter, gentleman Helmore Thomas (deceased), Exeter, gentleman Hexter Harriet, Heavitree, near Exeter, spinster Hennett George, Bristol, civil-engineer Hedgeland Mary, Exeter, spinster Hedgelaud Charlotte, Exeter, spinster Hedgeland Charles, Exeter, architect [widow Hebditch Elizabeth, Memott, near Ilmutfter, Somerset Heller Agnes Ann, Liverpool, spinster Hicks Ann, Walcombe, near Wells, widow Higgs John Symons, Exeter, gentleman Higgins Mary, Leeds, spinster Higgins Candia Brook, Leeds, spinster Hillcock Robert Lewisham, Exeter, gentleman Hill Mary Ann Snell, Exeter, spinster Hillcock William Pepys, Exeter, civil-engineer Horton Henry, Bath, cabinet-maker Horsey John Haydon, Taunton, esquire Hotten Mary, Exeter, spinster Hole, Henry George, Watchet, Somerset, merchant Hopkins Rev. Joseph, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, dis- senting minister Hudleston Robert John, 12, Euston-square, London, Col. Hughes Edward, Swansea, gentleman [H.E.I.C.S. Hughes Benjamin, Cork, master-mariner Humpage Mary, Bristol, spinster Hugo William Henry, Crediton, Devon, surgeon Huxham John, Exeter, architect James Ann, Bristol, widow James Eliza Lewis, Bristol, spinster Jenkins Elizabeth Evans, Bristol, widow Jeanes Samuel, Long Sutton, Somerset, schoolmaster Jerred Samuel, Exeter, yeoman Jordan Henry Brown, Bristol, merchant Jones Edward, Portishead, near Bristol, gentleman Jones Edward, Clifton, Bristol, major in the army Joyce Henry Wallis, Taunton, gentleman Jones Esther Eliz., Plymton, Devon, spinster Jones William, Minydon, Barmouth, Merionethshire, agent Jones John, Cyfartha, near Merthyr, agent Jones Philip, Keynsham, near Bristol, esquire Jones Ann, Exeter, widow Kerstyman Isabella Luxmore, Exmouth, Devon, widow Keen Alfred, Exeter, gentleman Kelly Mary, Heavitree, near Exeter, spinster Kemp Frances, Poole, Dorset, spinster Kent John, Bristol, wine-merchant Kaye Mary Tamer, Birkenhead, spinster Kingdon Emma Hirtzel, Exeter, spinster Kiddle Jane, Long Sutton, Somerset, widow King Alfred, Bristol, gentleman King Ann, Wells, widow Kingsbury Thomas, Upper Clapton, Middlesex, gentleman Lane John, Tiverton, Devon, draper Dangridge George William, Bath, stay-manufacturer Langley Charles, Chudleigh, near Exeter, solicitor Large Josh, Bath, gentleman Laxton, Rev. Wm., Hott, near Chippenham, Wilts, clerk Lee Matilda, Crediton, Devon, widow Lewis Richard, Clutton, Somerset, brewer Lewis Richard, Axbridge, fellmonger Lillycrop Rev. Samuel, Windsor, minister of the gospel List William John, Barnstaple, paper-maker Littleton John, Saltash, Cornwall, esquire Llewellin Peter, Bristol, brass-founder Loxton Samuel, Hereford, toll-gate renter Lucas George William, Bristol, marine insurance broker Lucas Samuel Wilfred, Birmingham, fruit-merchant Lucas Thomas, Bristol, merchant Lucas John, Bristol, merchant Lucas Amelia, Bristol, spinster Luker Mark, Westbury-on-Trym, gentleman Luker Thomas, Westbury-on-Trym, gentleman Lyddon John, Bristol, pawnbroker Lyddon William Saint, Bristol, gentleman Manly Maria (deceased), Exeter), spinster Mackintosh David, Exeter, architect May Miriam, Exeter, spinster May Robert Suter, Clifton, esquire May Joseph Mignan, Exeter, esquire Martin Anna, Stockwell, Surrey, spinster Martin Jane (deceased), Exeter, widow Martin Eleanor Susanna, Heavitree, near Exeter, spinster Martin Laura Frances, Heavitree, near Exeter, spinster Maxwell Mary, Coham-house, near Barnstaple, widow Maggs Amelia, Bristol, spinster Marsh James, Alphington, near Exeter, esquire Maine John Thomas, Taunton, schoolmaster Mayhew Ironceus, Courtlands, near Newton Abbott, Devon, gentleman Melhuish John, junior, Exeter, butcher Metford Sarah, Bridgwater, widow Methringham Ann, Devizes, spinster Methringhain Ann, ) Devizes, Wilts, spinster King Edward, j Devizes, Wilts, banker Millard Thomas, Mangotsfield, near Bristol, gentleman Miller John Robert, Cheltenham, gentleman Mills Caroline Ann, Bristol, spinster Mills Harriet Susan, Bristol, spinster Mills Emily, Cross, Somerset, spinster Miles Erasmus Madox, Heavitree, Devon, M.D. Miles Frederick (deceased), Heavitree, Devon, esquire Mortimer Julia Jane, Bath, spinster Morgan James, Exeter, carrier Mogg William, Bridgwater, merchant Mortimer Ann, Exeter, spinster Moxham James, Neath, Glamorganshire, gentleman Moxham Rachel, Bristol, spinster Morris Richard, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, tollgate-renter Moxham Esther, Bristol, spinster Moss William, Midford, near Bath, yeoman Morgan William (deceased), 4, Freeland-place, Hotwells, Bristol, gentleman Morgan Thomas Lewis, Bristol, mason and builder Moxon John, Exeter, innkeeper Moore Catherine, Shiphay, near Torquay, spinster Moxhay Margaret Dolphin, 47, Aldgate, High-street, London, spinster Munro John May, Bristol, haberdasher Munk William, Exeter, merchant Musgrave John Clitsome, Taunton, gentleman Musgrave John Clitsome, ) Taunton, gentleman King George, J Bath, surgeon Mynors Agnes, Keynsham, near Bristol, spinster Musgrove Ann Sophia, Exeter, spinster Naish John, Sevinton, St. Mary, Somerset, yeoman Meilson Mary, Bristol, spinster Newberry Walter May, Exeter, gentleman Newman Thomas (deceased), Bath, gentleman Newton Thomas, Hulme, near Manchester, goldsmith Nichols James, Exeter, gentleman Nicholson Huntley, Inverness, N.B., cap. 1st foot guards Noon John, Bristol, classical teacher Ogden Benjamin, Bristol, merchant Olive William Jubal, Bristol, pawnbroker Oldridge Thomas, Exeter, gasfitter Oram Elias, Bath, linen-draper Orchard Francis, Exeter, gentleman Orchard Charles, Exeter, gentleman D*Okoiski Julia Bruce, Edinburgh, widow Parkes Mary Ann, Ridgway, Worcester, spinster Parsons John, Ottery St. Mary, Devon, chemist Talmer Thomas Dunn, Gellyswick, nr. Milford, ( Pembrokeshire, esq. Palmer Eliza Rachel (deceased), | Gellyswick, nr. Milford, T- ^smhrokeshire, spinster Palmer Mary Ann and Elizabeth, Hatherleigh Devon spinsters Parminter Joseph Barzey, Newport, nr. Barnstaple gent. Patterson Mary, Exeter, widow Parmiter Elizabeth, Bristol, spinster Payne Richard Sowden, Plymouth, Devon, esquire Perrett Joseph, junior, Bristol, maltster and victualler Pemberton Elizabeth Stirling, Feckenham, near Droitwich spinster Pennell Mary, Venbridge, Chereton Bishop, Devon, spinster Petherick John, Chudleigh, Devon, gentleman Pennell Mary Jane, Ebford, nr. Topsham, Devon, spinster Pennell Henry Boulton, Dawlish, Devon, esquire Pennell Myra, Dawlish, Devon, spinster Pennell Mary Jane, Dawlish, Devon, spinster Phillips John, Tottenham, Middlesex, yeoman Pike Richard, Exeter, accountant Pinsent Mary Spear, Totness, Devon, spinster Pickering Ann, Bath, spinster Pickering Rev. Isaac Berwick, Bath, cleik Pilbrow Fanny, Exeter, spinster Pope Matilda, Exeter, spinster Pope Mary, Exeter, wife of John Pope, junior, of Exeter, plasterer Poole William Stone, Broad Oak House, near Newnham, Gloucestershire, schoolmaster Prideaux Charles, Boxhill, Kingsbridge, Devon, gentleman Prideaux Anna, junior, Boxhill, Kingsbridge, Devon, spinster Prust George, Week St. Mary, near Stratton, boot and shoe manufacturer Rabbits Elizabeth Harris, Keyford Frome, Somerset, Racker Sarah, Bath, widow [spinster Ramson John Luce, Exeter, grocer Rathbone Richard, Liverpool, esquire Redman John, Topsham, Devon, gentleman Reed Charles, Clifton, Bristol, gentleman Reeves Edwin (deceased), Bath, esquire Reynolds Thomas, Shirehampton, nr. Bristol, esq. Reynolds Joseph Gulson, V Bristol, esq. Reynolds William, j Coed du., county Flint, M.D. Reynolds Thomas, Shirehampton, near Bristol, esquire Reynolds Joseph, Bristol, esquire Reynolds, Joseph Gulson, Bristol, esquire Ridge James, Exeter, gentleman Rodd Elizabeth Mary, Exeter, spinster Rooke Henry Turner Lane, and 1 Barnstaple, Devon, gent. Brown Alexander Johnston J Barnstable, Devon, gent. Rooke Susan Pugsley, Barnstaple, Devon, spinster Rooke Lewis, Newport, near Barnstaple, esquire Rooke Henry Turner Lane, Deptford, surgeon Rooke Lewis Stephens, Barnstaple, gentleman Roper Sarah Ann Rendell, Exeter, wife of George Roper Roberts Lionel, Exeter, surgeon Rossiter Eliza, Felton, near Frome, Somerset, spinster Rossiter John, Felton, near Frome, Somerset, gentleman Rossiter William, South Molton, Devon, gentleman Salmon Sarah, Topsham, Devon, spinster Sams Joseph, Bristol, gentleman Saunders George, Taunton, grocer Saunders John Compton, Bere Regis, Dorset, gentleman Savery Mary, Leamington, Warwickshire, spinster Savery Charles, ) Bristol, esquire Bates John, j Bristol, esquire Scanes John, Exeter, gentleman Scanes Thomas, Exeter, gentleman Scott Rev. Robert Hilton, Bouchurch, Isle of Wight clerk Scott Margt. Hylton, Bouchurch, Isle of Wight, spinster Scott Jane Ellen, Bouchuroh, Isle of Wight, spinster Scott Mary Wills, Heavitree, near Exeter, widow Sharland George, Bath, mercer ShelIarcj Joseph, Dursley, surveyor Singleton, Rev. John, Tiverton, Devon, dissenting minister Slyman Roger Henwood, Snow Sandford, near Crediton, Devon, gentleman Saalo John, 4, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, barrister-at-law Smale Mary, Moretonhampstead, near Exeter, spinster Smale Jano (deceased), Moretonhampstead, near Exeter, Smith Joseph, Wells, grocer [widow I Smith Anne and Eliza, Exeter, spinsters Smith Richard, Exeter, gentleman Smith Letitia, Axbridge, spinster Smith Mary, Axbridge, spinster Smith Martha, Axbridge, spinster Smith Alfred, Bristol, surgeon Smyth Elizabeth Anne, Lympstone, near Exeter, spinster Snell Augusta Susanna, Bristol, spinster Snell William Westren, Plymouth, Devon, esquire Squance Eliza, Exeter, spinster Spiller Joel (deceased), Bridgwater, merchant Spicer Henry, Exeter, tailor Spicer Charles, Exeter, stationer Staveley Thomas George, 80, West bourne Park»villa8, Pad' dington, London, esquire Stephens Samuel, Taunton, gentleman | Stothert John, Bath, ironmonger 1 Stothert George, Bath, gentleman Stothert Richard, Bath, solicitor Stock Charles Rowsal, Bristol, boot and shoe manufacturer Stone John, Exeter, silversmith Stone Robert, Exeter, staticner Stoneman Catherine Sophia, Milford, Pembrokeshire, spinster Stoneman, Henry, Exeter, gentleman Stout Helen, Exeter, spinster Street Dorothy (deceased), Exeter, widow Symes Robert, Taunton, silversmith Taylor Thomas, Bristol, druggist Taylor James, Bristol, grocer Taylor John Cromhall, Gloucestershire, coal-merchant Taylor Katherine, Exeter, spinster Tanner Maria, Exeter, spinster Thomas Ann, Bristol, spinster Thomas Rev. Charles Ascanius Nevill, Chudleigh, Devon, Thomas Elizabeth, Barnstaple, widow [clerk Thayer Temperance, Bristol, widow Till Adam Sarah, Clifton, widow Tipton Mary Ann Caroline, Bath, spinster Titley James, Bath, tailor Tothill William, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, esquire Tothill Edward, Staines, Middlesex, esquire Tothill William, junior, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, esquire 'Tothill Francis, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, esquire Tombs Elizabeth, Droitwich, spinster Tombs Mary Gosling, Droitwich, spinster Tombs Harriet Elizabeth, Exeter, spinster Tombs William, Exeter, banker Tombs Samuel, junior, Droitwich, solicitor Toby Thomas, Exeter, spirit-merchant Trend Rev. Henry, Bridgwater, dissenting minister Trench Emily, Dublin, spinster Trench Henrietta, Dublin, spinster Trench Anna Maria, Donnycarney, Dublin, spinster Tucker Walter James Kelland, Exeter, watchmaker Tucker William, Upper Brixham, Devon, M.D. Tulley Christian (deceased), Bath, widow lyte Cornelius, ) Swansea, silversmith Cruise Charles, ) Warminster, accountant Veele Samuel, Barnstaple, tea-dealer Verney James, near Barnstaple, gentleman Venn Clement Henry, Exeter, solicitor Visger Harman, Bristol, merchant Waddington Elizabeth, Manchester, spinster Ward Robert Christie, Bath, seedsman Ward Samuel, Bath, seedsman Ward Mary Christie, Bath, spinster Wardrobe Harriet Louisa, Exeter, widow Warner Jane Maria, Sidmouth, spinster Watts Catherine Amelia, Poltimore, Devon, spinster Waters Charles, Exeter, accountant Waterman James, Somerton, tailor Waring Anne Musgrave, Shirehampton, Gloucestershire, Watson Susanna (deceased), Exeter, widow [spinster Welchman Ann, Shepton Mallet, county of Somerset, spinster West Rev. Thomas Williams (deceased), Devonport, minister of the gospel Wells Edward Nicklin, Wells, banker Webber Samuel West Bagborough, near Taunton, yeoman Webber Sarah, Bristol, spinster Were Henry, Bristol, banker White Susanna (deceased), Mortonhampstead, near Exeter, White John, Silverton, Devon, gentleman Whitney Anne, Dartmouth, Devon, widow Whitney Ann, Dartmouth, Devon, widow Godfrey John Race, I Dartmouth, Devon, lieut. R.N. Harris Arthur Bailey, j Dartmouth, Devon, gentleman Codner Daniel, ) Dartmouth, Devon, merchant White Esther, and 1 Plymouth, spinster White Anne Mary, ) Plymouth, spinster Williams Rev. Henry Wilkinson, 62, Milton-street, Dorset- square, London, Wesleyan minister Williams Isaac (deceased), Bath, brewer Williams Richard, junior, Exe island, Exeter, gentleman Williams William, Bristol, haberdasher Willmott Mary Ann, Bristol, spinster Williams Susan, Taunton, spinster Wilcocks Elizabeth, Alphington, near Exeter, spinster Wilkey Edward, Plymouth, gentleman Wilson Henry, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, gentleman Wintle Thomas, Bach, gentleman Wilcocks James Carrall, Exeter, esquire Wills Betty, Barnstaple, widow Wills Thomas Pratt, "j Portsea, county of Southampton, I wine merchant Gray Thomas William, j Exeter, gentleman Lewis Charles Terrell, ) Exeter, actuary Woods Mary, Kenton, Devon, widow Wrentmore William, Exeter, gentleman Youldon Anna, Bath, spinster Yule Rev. John Carslake Duncan, Bradford, Holsworthy, Devon, clerk Names of Places where the Business is carried on Place. County. Place. County. Bristol, Bristol Exeter, Devon Aberdare, Glamorgan Merthyr Tydvil, Glamorgan Axbridge, Somerset Newport, Monmouth Barnstaple, Devon Pontypool, Monmouth Bath, Somerset Taunton, Somerset Bridgwater, Somerset Tredegar, Monmouth Cardiff, Glamorgan Wells, Somerset
COPY OF RETURN, PURSUANT TO 7 & 8 Vic. CAP. 32. NAME OF FIRM. BROMAGE, SNEAD, AND SNEAD. Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists Name. Residence. Occupation. James Silvanus Fortuna- 1 tus Brown Bromage Monmouth. Banker James Prosser Sncad Brecon. Banker John Best Snead Chepstow Banker yamea of places where the business is carried on Place. County. Chepstow Monmouth.
NAME OF FIRM. I BROMAGE, SNEAD, AND GOSLING. Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists Name. Residence. Occupation. James Silvanus Fortuna- tus Brown Bromage Monmouth Banker j James Prosser Snead Lanthetty,Brecon. Banker Henry Gosling Wyesham, parish of Dixton, Monmouth- j shire. Banker Names of places where the business is carried on Place. County. ] Monmouth Monmouth.
NAME OF FIRM. BAILEY AND CO. Name. Residence. Occupation. Crawshay Bailey Aberaman, Glamor- ganshire Iron Master Thomas Gratrex Newport, Mon- mouthshire Banker | William Williams Aberbaiden, Brecon- shire. Banker Names of places where the business is carried on j Place. County. Abergavenny. Monmouth Monmouth. Monmouth » P. DEANS, Registrar of Bank Returns. I] Inland Revenue, Somerset House, 28th January, 1854.
] DISEASE PREVENTED AND HEALTH RESTORED i IT is now conclusively estublished bv the exper'ence of J more than a quarter of a century, the united testimony oi all classes, and the countenauce of the ir.ost eminent medical practitioners, that fcSBISSffi Are the most universally beneficial medicine ever discovered operating pleasantly, without causing the least pain, and at ] the same time thoroughly efficient they may be taken with < certainty of success in the loilowing^complaints Billiousness Pfiins or giddiness Indigestion Costiveness in the head Worms,piles Disordered liver, Dimness of si^ht Dropsy, gout stomach or bowels Blotches and erup- Rheumatism Sickness tions on the face Lumbago Sick headache and skin. Influenza nd all diseases which have their origin in an impure or ob- structed state of the system, I hey cent tin neither Mercury s nor Antimony in any form whatever, require no change of i diet, are especially calculated for all whose avocations call them abroad, equally suitable lor both sexes, aud, by regu- ( lating the dose according to the directions, for every variety j of constitut on and age. 1 hey strengthen the Digestive organs, and promote a healthy action of the Liver and Kid- neys whilst to those of a Costive habit this Medicine 18 in" i valuable, as they have never been known to leave ie Bowels the least confined after their use, J-owever often na recourse to and for the removal of this compla11^' an piles, are found most successful. They are recomnien e o the particular notice of all heads of schools and large es a lishments. Femal: s, even of the most delicateconstitution, find these ( Pills peculiarly beneficial. An occasional course removea ] and prevents irregularities and obstructions, ana toms attendant on the same, viz Sickness, Sic a c e, ( Dimness of sight. Nervousnoss, &c. By fying the fluids of the body, they restore impe e u a 1Qn and invigorate the whole system. su'?9tltu5in^t_ ^^Vv-nl j cheerfulness for langour and depression o sp Vitli renewed health, Sallowness, Blotches, and imp es on the skin quickly disappear, and the -ComplexIOn is restored to its natural freshness of colour and appearance. i To emigrants and all persons going abroad. Walker's Pills are particularly reoomnv nded, they retain their virtues uninjured in any climate and are the very best preventive 1 of the attacks of those diseases so prevalent in many of our colonies, and as a general resource agalllst the effects of a change of climate have been found invaluable. Full directions for use, accompany each box. Prices- Is. 1 id., 2s. 9J., 4s. 6d, and Us. A 2s. 9d. box contains the quantity of thVee Is. I50., a 4s. ou. ol two 2s. and the lis. size of five 2s. 9d Prepared only by Walker and Co.. G, Broad street, Bath and sold wholesale and retail by Sanger, Barclay and sons. Sutton and Co., and Edwards, London. Retail by the fol- lowing Agents: Newport, Phillips, J enkins Fontypool— I Wood, Conway; Usk, hdwards Abergavenny, Humble; Brecon, Bright; Cardiff, Coleman, James, Phillips; Mer- thyr, P. Williams, Bookseller Monmouth, Cook, Cossens, Farror; Ross, Farror, junirr Chepstow, Davies, Williams, Carmarthen, Davies, Tardrew, Smith; Aberavon, Davies; Neath, Hibbert; Swansea, Dawe and Son, Wilson Bristol, Ferris and Score, Ponfirg, Self, Shapland, (late Giles) Park-street; Taunton, Hitchcock and Son, Hisc°ck. USK PRISON. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Visiting Justices are ready to receive TENDERS for supplying the Prison with the under-mentioned articles for the ensuing quarter Viz., good Household Bread at per cwt., made in loaves to weigh (separately) 6 ozs. and 8 ozs., and at the time of delivery to be baked not less than 48 hours. New Milk, per gallon, 40 to 60 quarts per day. (Tenders for supplying five gallons will be received.) Oatmeal, per cwt. Indian Corn Meal, per cwt. Salt, per cwt. Best Yellow Soap, per cwt, Candles, per dozen lbs. Red Ash Coal, per tram. Rock Coal,* per tram. Meadow Vein Coal, per tram. To be delivered at the Prison, free of expense, in such quantities, and at such times, as the Governor may require. Sealed Tenders, directed to the Visiting Justices, to be sent to the Prison, on or before Saturday, the 4th of March, or they will not be received. Security will be required for the due performance of the Contracts, and the Visiting Justices will not pledge them- selves to accept the lowest Tender. Names of Sureties to be mentioned in the Tender. All demands relating to the expenditure of this prison ? j f A,rSen £ Governor, on or before FEIDAY, the 3rd of March, in order that they may be examinedr-'and paid at the ensuing sessions. Usk, Feb. 20th, 18^' W" PATENT IMPROVEMENTS IN ANDREWS' COKE OVENS. J. ANDREWS BEGS to call the attention of Ironmasters and Cok Masters to his PATENT IMPROVEMENTS IN CuKE OVELVS, and his CwKE DRAWING AP- PARATUS, whereby they may be rendered, under all pos- sible circumstances, more durable th:.n those in common u-e, and may be protected, to a great extent, from the effects of the intense heat to which they are exposed. When in the oven, the apparatus may be applied to the pushing of the coke from the oven and by this means no iron is required in the oven during the coking process. The peculiar construction of these improvements renders the oven, with any description of coal, capable of converting la cwts. of coal into coke in a given time, and with a given aiea of oven, more than any other coke oven that is now in operation, by whicn a great saving is effected over an ordinary oven. In many instances full 50 per cent. is saved in the making of.the coke alone, a much better yield is the result, and the coke is of better quality. No person ought to be without Andrews' Patent Coke Ovens for the locomotive department. The patent right charged at the rate of 20s the oven per annum, if paid hall-yearly; but to partiespaying in advance for the ovens, for the whole unexpiied term of the patent, the patentee will allow 50 per cent. on any number 01 ovens built. Applications for licenses, and other information, to be made to the patentee, 17, Fair Oak-terrace, Maindee, New» port, Monmouthshire. An Active Partner wanted, with a small capital. To secure the advantage of this Year's Entry, and of Six Years' Additions at the Allocation at 1st March, 1859, proposals must be lodged at the Scad Office, or any of the Society's Agencies, on or bejore 1st March next. SCOTTISH EQUITABLE (MUTUAL) LIFE ASSU- RANCE SOCIETY. Incorporated by Royal Charters and Special Act of Parliament. Head Office-26, ST. ANDREwSquare, Edinburgh. The Profits are divided Triennially, and wholly belong to the Members of the Society. As examples of these ADDITIONS :— A Policy for £1000, opened before March, 1832, is increased to £1508 9s. 4d. A Policy for tIOOO, opened before March, 1836, is increased to £1407 18s. Id. And so on with regard to subsequent Policies. NO CHARGE FOR POLICY STAMP. Amount of Existing Assurances, £4,058,140. Annual Revenue, £ 144,085. Amount of Accumulated Fund, £ 763,871. A Report on the recent Division of Profits may be had on application, at the Head Office or Agencies. ROBT. CHRISTIE, Manager. j WM. FINLAY, Secretary. | AGENTS. J NEWPORT WM. GRAHAM, Jun., Land Agent. Cardiff Page Ohlsen & Co., Merchants. Merthyr Tydvil Morgan Williams, Savings Bank. Brecon S. B. Evans, Solicitor, Hay Thomas James, Solicitor. j Swansea Wm. Penrose, Assay Office. J Pembroke J. R. Bryant, Surgeon. 2 Haverfordwest Philip Ellis, Merchant. j ACHILLES INSURANCE COMPANY. i CAPITAL £ 100,000, in 10,000 Shares of J310 each With power to increase to One Million. j Sir Henry Winston Baron, Bart., Chairman. J Col. Lothain S. Dickson, Deputy Chairman. j HE advantages offered by this Company will be seen on an investigation of its Rates of Premium, which are based upon the latest and most approved corrected TablØØ of Mortality, and the terms of its Loan business It offe?? bo the Assured the security of a large subscribed C»Pital» rvm^m6p- T+ ne a'lvanta8es of a Mutual Assurance Office Eighty per Cent, of the Profits being divided amongst the policy-holders every five years. Policies are indisputable. No Charge is made for Policy Stamps or Medical Fees. One-third of the Premiums on Assurances of £500 is allow ed to remain unpaid, and continue as a claim on the Policy. Policies not forfeited if the Premiums are not paid when due. Loans are granted to Policy-holders on liberal terms. A. Policy of the amount only of the sum borrowed, being is collateral security, required. For the convenience of the Working Classes Policies are issued as low as £20, at the same Rates as larger Assu- rances. Premiums may be paid Quarterly, Half-yearly, or An- nually. Any other Particulars, or Rates of Premium required for any contingency, an cbe obtained of the Agents of the Com pany, or at the Chief Office, 25, Cannon-street, or of the Secretary. HUGH BROWN TAPLIN, Secretary. AGENTS. Abergavenny—Cornelius Lloyd, Esq., solicitor. Cardiff-C. H. Court, Esq., 10, Wellington Terrace. Carmarthen—Frank Green, Esq. Chepstow Messrs. Baldwyn and Morgan. BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS. TESTIMONIAL FROM BOSTON, UNITED STATES T To Mr. Prout, 229, Strand, London. Dear Sir,—The annexed, from a rheumatic patient, we orward to you in case it should be of any use. o Yours, Boston, Nov. 23, 1853. BRAY & HAYES. • I have been a great sufferer from Inflammatory H.heu- natism, more or less, during'the past twelve years; I was confined to my bed for three months at a time in quite a lelpless condition. I have been under the care of some of ;he most distinguished members of the medical faculty in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, but have lever been able to get lelief for any length of time, until I was induced by a lriend to try Blair's Pills, which I found ;o be quite efficacious. Since then I have not suffered from -heumatic pain. ELISHA 1. PITTS." "Boston, Oct. 20th, 1853." PURTHEli PROOF OF THE EFFICACY OF BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS, Forwarded by Mr. W. H. Taylor, Warminster. "Wm. Penny, of Corton, near Wnrminser, Wilts, was ifflicted with Rheumatism to such an extent that he could lot move hand or foot; he was recommended by a gentle- mr.n to try Blair's Pills, and accordingly procured a box at Mr. Tavlor's, of V\ arminster, from which he derived so much benefit, that he sent for another, which effected a complete cure." John J. Giles, Esq., of Fruriley, near Bagshot, says 'Having suffered much from acute rheumatism, L was in- duced to iry your Blair's Pills, and beg to bear my humble estimony to their tfficacy." Mr. William Coultney, of Barton Stacey, Hants, says I had lesort to your Pills, and within two hours I was jirte easy. The use of these pills oui^bi really to be known ill over the world." Among the many discoveries that characterise this eventful ige, nothing has conferred such a boon on suffering hu- namty as that important discovery for gout and rheumatism, BLAMrs GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS; they re- juire neither attention nor confinement, and are certain to prevent the disease attacking any vital part. Sold by all Medicine Venders. Price 2s. 9d. per box. Observe that i homas Prout, 229 Strand, London," is mpressed upon the Government Stamp. SUPER-PHOSPHATE COMPOST COMPANY* s Registered under 7 & 8 Victoria, c. 110. CAPITAL, jE60,000, in 60,000 Shares of Bl each. TRUSTEES. sir C. "VV Codrington, Bart., M.P., Dodington Park. L.ieut.-General Sir John F. Fitzgerald, K.C.B., M.P., Sand- gate, Kent. Charles Hopkinson, Esq., Banker, Regent-street. Peter Rolt, Esq., M.P., Hyde-park Gardens, This Company supplies a Patented Manure of great for* iilising properties, similar to Guano, at a low price, and the Directors solicit a trial at the Hands of Agriculturists. Price for cash, £ 5 5s. per ton, six months' credit, £ 5 10s"' with 5 per cent, interest charged on all outstanding account aeyond that period. i11 The carriage will be paid by the Company, and charged 1 the invoice. The Compost is sent out diy and fit for drilling. i Agents are appointed in the principal towns in > Ireland, and Scotland, of whom, and at the Offices ol Company, orders may be given and full particulars obtain RICHARD REEVES, Secretary. Offices, 427, Strand, London. N.B.—Agents required in those towns where none at appointed. Agents for Newport, Cardiff, Cowbridge, and Bridgend.- Messrs. J. W. HALL & Co., Cardiff. Newport, Friday, February 24, 1854. !tD ri Printed and Published for the Proprietor, EDWA-. DOWLING, of Mount Pleasant, Hill-street, in the of St. Woolos, in the MERLIN General Printing situate in Corn-street, at the Borough of Newpo WILLIAM CHRISTOPHERS, No, 7, in the said boro»gh.