t — Jttterijrtfott fprt. £ s. d. £ B. d Brought forward 199 17 11 DISTRICT No. 9. lectorsMessrs. GRAHAM, SMITH, GOODWIN, L. IWDWARDB, PABTRIDGE. and GBIFFITHS. • E.Locke 1 1 0 7 Cullum 1 1 0 I?** Williams 10 0 feimmonet 110 '.Saunders 110 » r>' Partridge 110 •.Partridge 110 fV^Hdge 110 I* £ Edwards 110 J; Goodwin 110 f," s ?• Graham, jun. 0 10 6 I^f^helor 0 10 6 • P« 0 10 0 £ ickford 0 10 0 ;|la^ 0 5 0 • Parkinson 0 5 0 maunder 5a. o 13 9 JL 15 13 9 aG £ reiMMe?r"I8iwmsfwooiLmT, rSg6cSl,ir'e' 5 «»0 Lfrf'¥ 2 0 0 Et O*«arkiQ8. 2 2 0 fey. C. Scott 2 2 0 1 1 0 tRpCaVaili 110 JB-JEvans 110 Kf\?a*°rama 10 0 [ra w »oollett» Esq. 1 1 0 "V^ooUett H 0 10 0 ^iHiams, Esq 10 0 Ir Tv*0"1*8 Howard 1 1 0 Ir'^SfMUtch 10 0 tr T r!?wellin 10 0 Ir 1 ^dleton 10 0 Ir Tr?168 ^organ 1 0 0 trV £ ry Steppe 1 1 0 Smith 10 0 tr Y G.Smith ..050 g Joseph Wildy 10 0 0 10 0 «r T Slake 0 10 0 tfr'w ,Wer 0 10 0 «r' j[mAM- C1»PP 0 10 0 Hiss TL •* CULLTTM 0 10 0 UTP^c1" 0 10 0 trw^dEHiott 0 10 0 Sr* TIU Greenland 0 10 0 fcr T u11 Garrett • •• 0 10 0 g.^ohn Griffiths 0 10 6 R r T< Hallen 0 10 0 0 10 0 r. Thouaal, 0100 Mr 4hoi"a8 Morris 0 10 6 fceJ;enTry,MaUock 0 10 0 ^r. an<* Pocock 0 10 0 l_ • -IJand Ihomas 0 10 0 gr-James Wintle 0 10 0 gw. Anne Wil)iam8 0 10 0 ■Jr.Jfe^ Wood 01Q Q » 1 » fcStV-e •" »° I » F*tr' c°pn Hinobia 0 6 0 *Tr' Ti, Morgan 0 5 0 Wg T °t^i^orgRn 0 5 0 JCrs'p UUp8 0 5 0 i,18' ttennie o K (\ &r. S Scard s g 2 Skinner 0 5 O ^r8. Sommera 0 5 0 *jr. John Stewart 0 5 0 ijr. William Stockwell 0 5 0 B. Thomas ••• ••• 0 5 0 "Jiss E. Thomas ••• 0 5 O Alfred Warr. 0 5 0 ipr- William Watkins 0 5 0 wttnis under 4 0 8 CO « 8 j„ DISTRICT No. 11. fCollectors :—Messrs. LATCH, WOOLMTT, >r. CAIBSB. LEWIS, MOORE, and Rows. IP Morgan, Esq., M.P. 10 0 0 P. Woollett, Esq. 5 0 0 m Knowles, Esq. 2 10 0 Williams, Esq. 2 2 0 *r. L. B. Moore 2 2 0 S.J.Davis, Esq. 2 0 0 Davis ••• 0 10 0 George Blakey, Esq. 1 1 0 Lewis, Esq. ••• 1 1 0 ?• Brown, Esq. ••• 1 1 0 Harris ••• 1 1 0 ?f. Robert Wrightson 1 0 0 vjr' Salter 0 10 6 fjr-telluck 0 10 6 010 0 A ita ^yhourne 0 10 0 L oio o M/V- ^cholas 0 10 0 *ir- Vincent .0 5 O ^•Vesey 0 5 0 ~j*i8s "Whittaker 0 5 0 Benson 0 5 0 Rowlands. 0 5 0 Bandy 0 5 0 ^s. Ward 0 5 0 ?Jrs. Jones 0 5 0 ?Jr> J. Morgan. 0 5 O rtessrs. J. and J. Walker. 0 5 0 Jtrs. Walker 0 5 O «lr. W. Hunt 0 5 0 Mr. Dixon 0 5 0 ^lessrs. Wallace and Holmes 0 5 0 Jdrs. Beaumont. 0 5 0 Mr. W. Powell 0 5 0 Mrs. Rogers 0 5 0 Mr. L. Williams .050 br. Buist 0 5 0 1tIr. J. p. Rowe "50 Mrs Green .050 Mr, J E. Green 0 5 0 Sums under 5s. 3 8 8 41 7 .1 DISTRICT No. 12. Collectors Messrs. JENKINS, LATCH, HALL, BURTON, and MORGAN. William Jenkins, Esq. 3 3 0 jj?'. Justice, Esq 1 0 0 The Misses Justice 1 0 0 Mr. Charles Hall 1 1 0 Mr.R. B. Sayer 10 0 Mr. Joseph Latch 1 0 0 Mr. Richard Burton 1 0 0 Sr'.G dTvI, ■Urg"° »;» S Mr. Georg. H.ii » Sums under 5s. 12 ^$ DISTRICT No. 13. CollectorMessrs. WRKNFORD, PYNE, STEEL, MOSES. and SAUNDERS. Rev. J. T. Wrenford 1 1 0 Captain Lewis 0 10 0 Mr. Prewitt 0100 Mr. James 0 5 0 Mr. John Moses 0 5 0 Mr. T. Williamson "50 Mr. Haynes 0 5 0 Mr. Hardie 5 0 Mr. Collier 2 5 2 Mr. Thomas 0 5 0 Mr. Parfitt 0 5 0 lir. Thomas 050 Mr. Pyne 0 5 0 Mr, Dobbs 0 5 0 Mr. Gregory 0 5 0 Mr. J. F. Thomas. 0 5 0 Sums under 5s. 4 1 2 ———— 9 7 2 DISTRICT No. 14. 9 7 9 Collectors: -Messrs. DUNCAN, WEST, LSWIS, SHSPPARD, and HARDING. Mr. Robert Duncan 1 1 0 Mr. William West 0 10 6 Mrs. West and family — 0 10 6 Mr. Baker 0 5 0 Sums under 5s. ••• 0 16 6 DISTRICT No 15. Collectors Messrs. COLE, JORDAN, THOMP- BO*, O'REILLY, COLLIER, and KENNARD. wor^°r8 of the Usk Sid0 Ir°Q 3 3 0 Workmen at the" Uek Side Iron Works 8 2 1 Mr. John Cole 0 10 6 Mr. J. T. Cole 0 10 6 Mr. Gammon 0 5 0 Sums under 5s. » g DISTRICT NO 16 W KIUPP, TAYLOR, and THOKA;OUNG. Mr. William Pugsley Mr. B. Young Q 0 0 Mr. Taylor 0 o Mr. William Anstice 0 5 n Mr. J- Ponsford 0 5 o Mr. J- Dix 0 5 0 Sams under 5s. [j) 1 9 10 4 4 10 VT DISTRICT No. 17. Collectors .—Me»«^d. ROBERTS., HOMFBAY, rr RIOHASD80N. Tredejr" wharf Company. k n 0 S. Hotnfray, Esq o 9 n T/edegar Wharf Comply', Men 0 12 6 Agents and Workmen of the IsoL Waggon Company 1A n n Workmen at Mr. Henry James's Works q o A A. Homfray, Esq. 1 1 0 ij*. William Morgan 1 o A J. B. Roberta 0 10 O ^.R-Richard^n 0 10 0 F- Suaone 0 10 0 98146 'n tOl. 30 6 8 i.
Brought forward 28 14 6 360 C 8 Mr. and Mrs. Wade n K n Mr. Thomas Honey ••• n K n Mr. Hawkins ••• n K n Mr. John Lewis — A c n Mr. Richard Ion ••• '"nan Mrs. Pritchard ••• n K n Rev. J. Harding K ft Mrs. G. Pring k o Mrs. Elias Sums under 5s. — — J 34 8 1 DISTRICT No. 18. Collectors :-Capta.ins CLARKE and FOOTE, and Messrs. WILLMETT, SPITTLE, GETHING, and MOWAT. Captain Foote 1 « U Dock people « » Messrs. Willmett 0 10 0 Their Workmen 3 0 3 Mr. Spittle ••• J J J His Workmen 2 10 6 Mr. T. P. Price 1 1 0 Captain Clark 1 0 0 Mr. Gething, harbour master 10 0 Risca Wharf Workmen 1 12 0 Rev. J. Mowat. 0 10 0 Captain Wall, "Home" ••• 0 10 0 Mr. Matthews, mate of do. 0 5 0 Capt. Petersen, George Edwards 0 10 0 Capt. Schow, Christen Winkle 0 10 0 Mr. Scard 010 0 Mr. Dix 0 5 0 Mr. Parfitt ••• „ f, « Capt. Lorgusson, Ata.anta" 0 10 U Capt. Tainss, Hermain" ••• 0 5" Capt. Dourring, Kezierpuge 0 o Capt. Berry "Mermaid" « 5 Capt. Hookway, Huron 0 5 « Mr. Thomas Thomas •• « 5 0 Mr. Magub ••• ••• 0 5 0 Mr. Powell "*2^2 Mr. Macculloch and family ••• 0 7 w Capt. Jones, Alarm'' 0 5O Capt. Thomas. Mechanics Own .0 5 0 Small sums under 5s. 1 8 6 26 16 1 DISTRICT No. 19. Collectors :-Messrs. BARLOW, BLATDON, WEBB, BEYNON, and PHILLIPS. Machen Colliery Company. 1 1 0 Abercarne Colliery Company 1 1 0 Rock Colliery Company. 1 1 0 Mr. Barlow 0100 Mr. F. Phillips 9 10 0 f Mr. E. IA Grand 0 10 0 Mr. W. C. Webb 0 5 0 Mr. M. Beynon 0 5 0 Mr. Henry Latch. 0 5 0 Capt. King (Flora) "•25^ Mr. Daniel Price. ? « Sums under 5s. — 16-0$i o DISTRICT No. 20. Collectors :—Messrs. CAMPBELL, DAVIS, EVANS, MURPHY, and BURTON. Messrs. Wm. Williams & OO. 5 0 0 Messrs.Carr&Co. 2 20 TheirMen 0 8 6 Mr. J. H. Davis 0100 Mr. A. J. Murphy ••• 0 10 0 Mr. William Burton 0 10 0 Mr. S. Campbell 0 10 0 Mr. William Evans 0 10 0 Mr. John Green 0 10 0 Mr. Thomas Jones 0 10 0 Messrs Jones and Wigbtman 0 10 6 Mr. John Clements 0 5 0 Mr. E. HouldBwcrth 0 5 9 Mr. Odadiah Richards 0 5 <0 Sums under 5s. ••• 12 15 o The Borough Police Force — 1 10 0 Parishes of Llanvaches and Wilcrick, per:isev. A G- Griffiths — 1 0 Parish of Llarrvrechva 1 1 Llaothewy •« ••• Llanhennock ••• ••• 1 13 1 Collections by Welsh Baptists and Welsh "1 Methodists *t Castletown, on day of s 4 3 9 Humiliation. „ J £ 449 1 2 Furtber<eoctributions are requested. HENRY JOHN DAVIS, Hon. Sec.
#aks by MONMourHSHIRE. The CRATEL FARM, Penhow, seven miles from New- port, ..nine from Chepstow, and iwo jrotn the Mayor" Statim of the South Wales Raihoay. MR. H. M. PARTRIDGE is instructed by Mr_ James Rosser, who is leaving the Farm, 4o SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, without reserve, on the premises, on TUESDAY, October 27th, 1857. 56 head of iborned stack, 18 horses and colts, iSU sheep and lambs, 41 ;pigs,!IWtons of hay and clover, several mows of wheat, barhy,'Sad oats, 18 acre* of imyi nd awedes, d«irj and brewing. «tensils, casks, &o., inolurfiHg— 14 superior dairy cows, ia good -season, 6 oxen rising four yearsold, 6 ditto rising three years old, 17 two years old steers and heifers, 13 calces, 10 young and usefott hor8es„'P«ny, 4 three year old colts, 2 yearling ditto, a handsome-dun filly, with black mane and tail, rising foiw years old, by Mountaineer, out of a half-bred mare, fifteen' and a,half hands high, with good action, quiet and steady to ride, stock ewes, 142 lambs, -6 ram lambs, and 4 rams of various ages, of the pure Leicester and Cotswald. breed, *.2 capital breeding aowa, -with nine pigs each, 4: bacon pigs, 13 strong porkers, and 4 small store pigs, several mows of prime hay and tdsver, ricks of wheat, barleyy-acd oats, about 18 acres of turnips and swedes, in lotp, :.2 chaff machines, chaff box and knife, large double cheese press, smaller ditto, -barrel churn, 2 cheene cowls round and oval trindles, cheese vats, pails, brew- ing and other tubs, casks, and miscellaneous effects. The Auctioneer can with perfect confidence recommend the,wholeof the above stock, the cows and other horned stock having been carefully selected, the horses young- 3 and good workers, the filly and colts very promising the -sheep are descended from the locksof the most emineui ,I breeders^aad the pigs are of nrst-a-ato quality. Refreshment will be on the table at ten o clock a.m,, and the sale will commence punctually at twelve at noon, > W AucUon^oflBces, St. Woolloa House, Stow Hill, Newport, October 8th, 1857. [1744 TOWN OF CARDIFF. <gale by .Auction of several Lots tfJff First-class Leasehold: Property. MB. TEOMAS will OFFER for SALE by' PUBLIC AUCTION", at the MOUNT STUART I HOTEL, Bute Docks, Cardiff, at Three for Four o'clock, p.m,, on TJLUDSSDAY. the 22nd of October, 1857, the fol- lowing Lots of'Valuable PROPERTY: LQT 1. -.Two capitally-built and well-tenanted HOUSES, well adapted for Shops, Public houses, or any other Business, situate in Tyndaii-streeji, New Town, faoing the New East Dock, having a good frontage, to- gether with backtpremises, suitable for Warehouses. LOT 2. Two HO USES in Thomas-street, New-town, let to good tenants -at 8s. per week. Lotr.3. Six HOUSES, situate on the west side of the Old Canal, near to the Sea-lock, with good Gardens at the back. Each Ikense contains five nice well-finished rooms, and are let to respectable tenants. LOT 4.—A HOUSE and SHOP, with good Bakehouse attached" being 24, Stcart-street, Bute Docks, n<w iu the occupation of Mr. Hughes, grocer and baker, at a rental of LOT 5 -TWO HOUSES, situate in Edwara-street, Crockherbtown, let to good tenants at 8s. per week.each. The Auctioneer solicita the attention of buyers of property iu .Cardiff, at the above Sale, as each of the lots are of first-xate quality, .built for durability and not for show, which, with thesituation of each lot, makes;them very desirable properties fw investment. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. Auctioneer's and Valuer's Offices, 66, Crockherbtown, Cardiff, 9th October, 1857. [1741 EATING-HOUSE, 74. BROAD QUAY, BRISTOL. MR. ALEXANDER will SELL BY AUCTION, on the Premises, on MONDAY, the 19th October, 1857, in One Lot, All the excellent COOKING APPARATUS, HOT DRESSER. SHOP FIXTURES, GAS FITTINGS, FIXTURES, And UTENSILS-IN-TRADE, OftheBRISTOLEATING-HOUSE, 74 BROAD QUAY. Also, a capital Five-Motion BEER ENGINE, With Ivory Inlaid Handles, and Pipes and Taps complete, only been in use about Six Months. The Sale will commence at Twelve o'clock. Tie above well deserves attention, the whole having been newly fitted up within the last two years. TO BE SOLD, pursuant to a Decree of the Hiefa Court of Chancery, made in a cause of EADE ». PARNEIl, with the approbation of the Judge to whose n i Tut said Cause is attached, m 3 Lots, by Mr. on SATURDAY, the oist CI«Y T?RI?IRTIF>T.T> in the Afternoon precisely; and as to the FREEHOLD PROPERTY, at the GEORGE HOTEL, at Chepstow, in the Connty of Monmouth, on MONDAY, the 2nd day of November, 1857, at 6 o'clock in the Afternoon precisely certain COPYHOLD and FREEHOLD ESTATES, situate within the Manor and Parish of Thornbury, in the said County of Gloucester, and at Chepstow, in the County of Monmouth, late the property of Hugh Parnell, hereto- fore of Chepstow aforesaid, and now in the several occupations of James Smart and Benjamin Bradford, particulars whereof may be had Gratis of Messrs. GREGORY and SONS, Solicitors. 12, Clement* Inn, London; Mr; JOSEPH YOUNO STURGE, Land Agent, Thornbury; Mr. OBED EDWARD THURSTON, Solici- tor Thornbury; at the SWAN HOTEL, Thornbury; at the OKORGK HOTJCL, in A\ND the Office of Mr. WILLIAM GQX \f^TMORB, the Auctions, at Stone, utor *.4 ."1 "t"i': vJ' Jallø by gmrtiox. TIMBER AND COPPICE WOODS. MR. JAMES WHITE will SELL by AUCTION, at the BEAUFORT ARMS INN, MON- MOUTH, on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of October, 18)7, at one o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of sale to be then produced:— MONMOUTHSHIRE. LOT 1—CASTLE PARK WOOD, containing 41A. OR. 3 P., situate in the hamlet of Gwehellog with 500 OAK DOUBLE and TREBLE STORERS, crossed with a scribe, and 12 BEECH TIMBER TREES, numbered with red paint, standing therein and on lands adjoining. LOT 2.- THREE WOODS on TYMAUR FARM, containing 22A. 3R. lOp., situate in the parish of Llan- vihangel Torymynydd; with 39 OAK DOUBLE and TREBLE STORERS, dotted with red paint, standing therein. LOT 3.—WERN-Y-CWM WOOD, containing 31A. OR. 28P., situate in the parish of Kilgurrog with 146 OAK DOUBLE and TREBLE STORERS, dotted with red paint, standing therein. LOT 4.-420 LARCH and SCOTCH FIRS, dotted with red paint, standing on Norton Farm, situate in the parish of Skenfritb. LOT õ,-The THINNINGS of a. LARCH PLAN- TATION, containing about 12 acres, situate on Norton Farm, in the parish of Skenfrith; and 5 OAK TIMBER TREES, numbered with red paint, standing therein. LOT 6.-The LOWER HALE and FLAT WOODS and MILL MEADOW GROVE, containing 65A. 3R. 4P., situate in the parish of Landogo; with 200 OAK DOUBLE and TREBLE STORE US, dotted with red paint, standing therein. LOT 7. Part of Saint Julian's Wood, containing 35 acres, situate in the parish of Christchttrch; with 170 OAK DOUBLE and TREBLE STORERS, crossed with red paint, standing therein. LOT 8.-72 ASH and 15 ELM TIMBER TREES, numbered with red paint, standing on Penrose Farm, in the occupation of Mr. John Walters. LOT 9 —10 » ASH, 14 ELM, and -5 BEECH TIMBER TREES, numbered with red paint, standing on Pentwyn Farm, situate in the parish of Penrose. GILOT to.-The lower part of the GLYN WOOD, con- taining 89A. Oa. 30P., situate in the parish of Chapel Hill; with 285 OAK DOUBLE and TREBLE STORERS, dotted with red paint, standing therein. GLOUCESTER HIKE. Lot 11.—Part of East Wood, contaiuing 62A. IR. 10?., •situate in the parish of Tidenham; with 208 OAK DOUBLE and TREBLE STORERS, dotted with -red ,paint, standing therein. Noel Stinchcomb, of Uek, will show lot 1; Thomas James, of the Devauden Green, lots 2 and 3, William Stephens, of Troy Lodge, lots 4, 5, and 6; James Stephens, of Wentwood Lodge, lot?; the respective Tenants, lots 8 and 9; and John Morris, of Abbey Tin-tern, lots 10 and 11. Further particulars may be known on application at Troy House; or of the Auctioneer, at Lindors, near Coleford. Troy House. Cth October, 1857. CAE RM ARTHENSHIRE. VALUABLE iESTATE AND 2YN WORKS. MESSRS. W. H. WILLIAMS & CO. 1.. will SELL BY AUCTION, at the COMMERCIAL ROOMS, in the city of Bristol, on THURSDAY, the 22nd day of October, 1857, at One o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, in one Lot, the valuable ESTATE AND PROPERTY, called the RIDWKLLY TIN PLATE WORKS," situate in the Borough of -Kidwelly, in the County of -Daermarthen, and distant from the town of Kidweltycue mile or thereabouts, and-from the Station on the South Wales Railway One Mile and a Half or there- abouts, and comprising an excellent ft amily RESIDENCE in substantial and orrnamental repair, standing in its own grounds,and approached by a carriage drive,and fitted for the residence of a Gentleman's 'family. There is also a House for the occupation of a Clerk or Foreman, and two Cottages, with the usual Offices. The Works, which mxe^imet'y contiguous to the Dwellitig-hou-e, are sep;# >te4i therefrom by a Plantation which effectually screens them from view. A wall surrounds the works, which consist of several Sheds. Warehouses, Blacksmith's bhop, Store- house, Carpenter's Shop, and other Buildings necessary for carrying on an extensive Trade. The Trade part of the Pvqmrty consists of two Tin Mills, with helve, blackplate, puddling, and balling for- naces, and one pair six inch bar-rolls, all under one reof, with a circular saw and on-e pair of cold rolls attached, and all necessary plant, &c. in addition to which there-is a weighing machine, a small driving water-wheel iia,roll turning room, a lathe for tnrning rolls, and a sm iller-lathe tutned by a wheel in the carpenter's shop There is also -an engine of from 25 to 430-horse power, with Cornish boiler and a blast machine now on the premises rea<ty for ■•fixing. Outside the wall -surrounding the woi ks is a long building for box making -and roll turning The mitts are worked by two water wheels, 71 feet radius by to feet broad, and 12 feet radius by 7 feet broad respectively, and can turn out from 350 to 400 boxes of tin iplates per week, the wash-house being fitted with three eets of pots, though the actual production of blackplate might considerably exceed 400 bcxes per week. There is throughout the greater part of the year an abundant supply of water for the Works, and coal of a peculiarly excellent quality can be obtaiued in the -neigh- bourhood, and laid down in the yard under 8a. per-ton. The whole of the Dwelling-houses and Works in general repair and are held under a lease from the Corpora- tion of Kidwelly, at an,&I)nual rent of £4 Is. Thalease is for 99 years, commencing from the 25th day of March, 1844, leaving about 86 years now unexpired. Included in this lease is a Wharf in the Town of Kidwelly, with a front- age of 20 feet, with a yard for timber opening from the same, and a range of gildings now let as Stables, bu.t available for warehousing or any other general purpose. During 8 days in a fortnight vessels of 5 ) tons can come alongside the Wha, f. and in spring tides (or 5 tuoes in a fortnight) vessels of 120 tons can come up. The Town is distant from the open Sea about 12 miles. There are many peculiar advantages attached to these Works which cannot be-enumerated within the:limits of an Advertisement, and among these are an undeniable situation, easy and ready transit, and lower wages than at most neighbouring Works. Further particulars can be obtained and the Works -.viewed on application on the Premises; or to Mr. H. J. HOLLIER, Solicitor, Aberdare, Glamorganshire^ to the AUCTIONEERS; or Messrs. WM. BE VAN & GIR- LING, Solicitors, Bristol..41733 RADNORSHIRE, ON THE BORDERS OF HERRFORD FREEHOLD FARM. of BOO Acres, in a ring fence, in the parish of Llanguullo, three miles from Knighton a very eligible and improving Estate. DHINNOCK AND GALSWORTHY twill SELL BY AUCTION, at the GREEN DRAGON HOTEL, Hereford, on THURSDAY, October 22nd, Mg7. at Two for Three o'clock precisely, the capital FREEHOLD FARM, of II CEFN'SURAN' situate in the parish .of Llangnnllo, close to the fertile Vale of Minaughty, and only three miles from the thriving market town of Knighton, containing; 358a. h. 34p. of excellent arable and pasture LAND, wit!1 several good water meadows, ftcd-some recently enclosed sheepwalk, now being brought into cultivation, which being excellent turnip soil, will make arable Land of good quality. The Estate is; pleasingly timbered with several copses and preserves;, the House and Farm Buildings are seated in a sheltered valley, and. there is a large barn, and also a good Stone Cottage on the,upper part. This Earm is of a highly im- provable character, and is now let to Mr. Edwards at the low rent of £ 200 per annum, on a lease which expires at' Lady-day, 1859, when it will realize a much increased rental, and when ifully brought into cultivation, is esti- mated to produce at least JE300 per annum. The numer- ous railways projected through the County of Radnor when carried out, will be likely to greatly enhance the value of property in this locality. May be viewed, and particulars with plans obtained of Messrs. CLAYTON, COOKSON, and WAINWRIGHT, Solicitors, .New Square., Lincoln's Inn • at the Green Dragon, Hereford.; the Oxford Arms, Kington; the Chandos Arme, Knighton the Radnor Arms. Presteign and of Messrs. CHINNOCK and GALSWORTHY, Auctioneers and Land Agants, 28, Regent-street, Water- loo-place, London, S.W. [1689 —■ ■' ».■» HEREFORDSHIRE, In the parishes of Presteign and By ton, and occupying a central position between the excellent market towns of Kington, Knighton, and Leominster, the .outlying portions of the COMBE ESTATE, embracing aome of the richest meadow land in this ifamous grazing county, .watered by the river Lugg also aeme highly-productive Arable LAND, containing together about 200 Acres, and let at low rents to highlv respectable tenants. CHINNOCK AND GALSWORTHY are C directed by the proprietor, with the concurrence of the Mortgagee, to OFFER FOR PUBLIC COMPETI- TION, at the GREEN DRAGON HOTEL, in Hereford, on THORSPAY, October 22nd, 1857, at Two for Three o'clock precisely, numerous Lots of FREEHOLD LAND, of the most valuable description, comprising about 200 ACRES of the outlying portions of the COMBE ESTATE, in the parishes of Presteign and Byton, chiefly abutting upon the turnpike road from Presteign to Leominster and Lud- low, and about fiye miles from the Peru bridge station of the Kingston and Leominster Branch of the Shrewsbury and Hereford Railway, and embracing some of the richest meadows in the County of Hereford, intersected for nearly a mile by the river Lugg, and various fertilizing stream- lets available for irrigation, and affording capital trout and greyling fishing; also some remarkably productive Arable LAND, being within three miles of the Nash Lime Works, and all lying near together. Some portions being near the town of Presteign, will be divided into lots, ad- mirably adapted for accommodation purposes, for which very high rents may be obtained. May be viewed by permission of the tenants, and parti- culars with plans obtained, of Messrs. CLAYTON, COOKSON. and WAINWRIGHT, Solicitors, New Square, Lincoln's Inn at the Green Dragon, Hereford the Oxford Arms, Kington the Radnor Arms, Presteign; and of Messrs. CHINNOCK and GALSWORTHY, Auctioners and Land Agents, 28, Regent-street, Waterloo place, London, S.W. [1690 ZA D KIE L' S ALMANACK for 1858. Z Fortieth Thousand. Price 6d. Contents: India, China, the Reform Bill, &c. The great Indian ReWlion WM folly pourtrayed in the Almanac for 18571 Hiero- glyphic; the Ram and the Goat, &c. London: Piper, |teph99»on, and Spence: and &U booK^UWi [1737 j ] -i!C3 lit 3 y-y 1. J* -W a, lattS by gMtrtioo. COURT FARM, LLANTARNAM, About three miles from Newport, Monmouthshire. Important SALE of very superior LIVE STOCK, CORN, HAT. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS MESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS & SON are instructed by the administratrix of the late Mr. John Moses, to SELL BY AUCTION, on the Pre- mises. at the Court Farm, on TUESDAY, the 20th of Octo- ber, 1857, the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., comprising 12 excellent milch cows, in calf, of the Hereford breed 6 two-years-old heifers, in ellf 4 two- years-old steers 12 yearling heifers, 2 bull calves, 10 hei- fer calves, 3 cart mares. 3 cart horses, 1 cart mare, in foal; 3 two-years-old cart colts, 1 two-years-old well bred filly, 12 store pigs 2 ricks of clover, about 12 tons 3 ricks of hay, about 28 tons; mow of wheat, about 90 sacks of prime wheat, rick of barley, rick of white oats, rick of black oats. lot of wheat straw, 2 narrow-wheel waggons, 2 broad- wheel carts, 2 iron ploughs, roller, harrows, 6 sets of harness, winnowing machine, patent chaff machines, lot of tools, half-bushel measure, 17 sacks, 3 acres of swedes, 8 sacks of apples, about 30 sacks of potatoes, dairy and brewing utensils, about 2 cwt. of cheese, flitch of bacon, 4c., &c. The usual asssortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including 5 feather beds, 6 bedsteads, 12 blankets, &c., &c., &o. Refreshments will be provided at Ten o'clock, the Sale will commence at Eleven to the minute, and the whole will be sold without reserve. Auctioneers Offices, 61, High-street, Newport; and Brook House, Llantarnam. [1725 PANTYREOS FARM. PARISH OF HENLLIS, Monmouthshire, about four miles from Newport. MESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS & SON will SELL BY AUCTION, on the Premises, as above, on THURSDAY, October, 22nd, 1857, the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, and a por- tion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of Mr. John Thomas, who is about leaving the Farm. The Sale will commence at Eleven o'clock precisely. Auctioneers' Offices, 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook House, Llantarnam, Oct. 13tb, 1857. NO. 5. LLANARTH-STREET, NEWPORT. TO IRONMONGERS, CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS A SON will SELL BY AUCTION, on the Premises, as above, on FRIDAY, October 23rd, 1857, the whole of the STOCK-IN-Trt ABE of the late Mr. Frederick Fradsbam, comprising grates, spades, shovels, boilers, brushes, locks, bolts, nails, both wrought and cast, of every description nail rods, beer taps, scales and weights, beams, boiler grates and doors, powder and shot, gun, lot of zinc, chest of car- penters' tools, box of paint brushes, and a large quantity of other articles of ironmongery also, a saddle, tunpail, lot of empty casks, chaff machine, shop fixtures, large grocers' coffee mill and scales, two excellent phaetons, two German clocks, &c &c. The Ironmongery will be sold in writable Lots to meet: the convenience of purchasers, and the whole will be dis- posed of without reserve. The SMITHS' SHOP and FORGE, with everything conaplete for carrying on the business of a Nail and Rivet Maker., TO BE LET, and taken to at a valuation. The Sale will commence at Eleven o'clock precisely. Auctioneers' Offices, 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook House, Llantarnam. October 14th, 1857. TY LLWYD FARM, NEAR MYNYDDYSLWYN CHURCH, MON. SALE OF FARMING STOCK, &e. MESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS & SON will >>ELL BY AUCTION, on MONDAY, October -26th, 1857. on the Premises, at TY LLWYD FARM, Mynyddyslwyn, the whole of the excellent LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITUKE, &c-» of Mr. Moses Lewis, who is about leaving the Farm Comprising 4 young and very profit- able milch cows, to calve m good season two 2-years-old heifers, in calf; 3 yearling heifers about 6 > bushels of oats, in the straw about 6 tons of prime hay, the grazing of the farm, about 40 acres of good keep, until February 2nd, 1858; 3 sacks ofpotatoea, harness, pikes,Takes, drags, plough, &c, ke.. The Fu KNIT ORE consists of 2 mahogany cases of drawers, 2 antique oak chests, clock, excellent watch, chairs, tables, dairy utensils, tubs, casks, pails, buckets, benches, oak bedstead, iron furnace, to contain 40 gallons and many other useful articles. Refreshments on the table at Ten o'clock, and the Sale will commence at Eleven precisely. October 13tb, 1857. [1752 TY-YN-Y üWM, IN THE PARISH M' BASSALLEG, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Sale of Two Canal Boats, Mow of Hay, Household Fwntiuve, Brewing Utensils, &c., &c. MESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS & SON ITJL will SELL BY AUCTION, on the Premises, at the TY-YN Y-CWM, on TUESDAY October the 27th, 1857, the whole of the H ITJSEHOLD FURNITURE and other effects, of the late Mr. Thomas Jones, comprising two feather beds, three bedsteads, swingglasses, dressing tables, wathituds, nia« ehairm, fivo rouod and -wiuflre tables, dresser, fenders, two saddles aud bridles, <Kek of wool, two settles, b nohes, arm chairs, barometer, 8-day clock, trays, pewter measures, brass candlesticks, steelyards, clothes horser. beer ir,ms, puncheon, five kilderkins, gate, br wing utensils, chaff machine, long table and itvessels, lot of pi inks, mow of well-harvested hay, two excellent CANAL BOATS, and various other articles. The S-Ue will commence at Eleven o'clock,precisely, and the whole will be Sold without roserve. Auctioneers' Offices, 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook-house, Llantarnam, Oct. 13th, 1877. [1766 PA R R, O T HOTEL, OOMMKRCIAL-STREBT, NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Important Sale of Homthold Furniture. about 200 Gallons Jnes "n<t Spirits of the best quality, Ten Barrels of 0M B«?r, §c MESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS & SON rv "p will SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, at the CARROT HOTEL. Newport, on WEDNE-DAY and IHURSDAY, the 28th and 29th of October, 1857, the o ,-pd tbe excellent Stock of WINES, SPIRITS, and !? £ ♦ ,iOUSEHOLB FURNITURE, and other Effiscts, of "Mr. Edmund Jones, who is about leaving the said Hotel, comprising'the contents of the yard brew- bouse, malt and hop-room, kitchen, pantry, tap, smoking- room, p^ilonr, bar, bar parlour; also 10 s:ore -pieces to con am 42 barrels, ten bar'els of old beer; about 200 fnit°^v« Wlues and pirits.of the beatqu di y, io.lots, to 0,c"avenience of purchasers; lot of brau>it and nockefifnV n -Cask,s four sacks of porter malt.; eight pockets of prime hops, &c., fcc. F?ur-post, \ent, and IItump bedsteads, mattresses, pallissive.i. 6 washstands and ware, dressing "tables, 8wing glasses, chests of draweM sets of chairs of various lorts, lIofa, two Piano-fortes, harp, towel horses, rollers and blinds, bookshelves, stools, counterpanes. 20 mew sacks, side saddle, tools, two watering-pots, &c., &c. For full particulars, see the catalogues, which may be obtained gratis au<i ;post free, one week prior to t' o Sale, ,cn application at (the Offices of the Auctioneers 61, High- ,street, Newport. and Brook House, Llantarnam The Sale will commence each day at Eleren o'clock in the Forenoon precisely. September 30th, 1857.. [1758. SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. ESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS & SON will SELL BY AU TION, s* their Offices, 6L nwnSR^A0" FmdaY' the 8 th dav of October, HhJR?DEEMfD PLEDGES in the possession NewnoVt Isaacs' Pawnbroker, Oomme'cial-stieet, The Sale will commence at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. October 13th, 1857. PANTY FARM, NEWCHURCH EAST, MON. MR. JOHN DAVIS has received instruc- tions te SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY the ,28th day of October, 1857, on the above named Premises, (fro", Mr. John Watkins. whose Lease of the Farm expires in February next, and in consequence of being deficient of winter keep, has decided on reducing his Stock at the present time), the following superior STOCK &c., comprising 9 fat sheep, 40 young stock ewes, 96 wether and ewe lamb tegs, 9 prime mileh cows, to ealve in good season, 4 heavy fresh oxen, one barren cow., a pony in foal, o «rong atuce pigs, 1 sow and pigs, 6 docen of hurdles, about 40 .sacks of fruit, several well-seasoned hogsheads, 12 nearly new cider hairs, and 10 cwt. of best cheese, with other lots not named. Refreshments at 11:; Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. The remaining part of .the Stock, Horses, Imp'ementa, fee., will be Sold in February next, of which duenotice will *PPEAR- [1763 T • CARNGETHIN FARM, In the Parish of Gellygare, in the County of Glamorgan. Fbr Sale by Aucttm, Hereford and Glamorgan Cows Draught Horses, Cart Colts, Sheep, Hay, Oats, Wheat, Farming Implements, &e.,$c, MR. W. PERROTT has been favoured by Mr. ROSSER THOMAS, who is giving up the Farm, 1 vith instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at CARNGE- 'H,IN FARM, on MONDAY, October 26, 1857. the following finable STOCK and CROP, comprising 6 Hereford ana Glamorgan Cows, to calve in good season; 1 draught Dare, in foal; 1 draught horse, 3 cart fillies, 2 cart colts, 8 prime ewes, 2 stacks of wheat, 2 stacks of oats, 6 ricks f hay, cart, ploughs, harrows, long and short harness, lay car, chaff engine, pikes, rakes, &c., ke. Refreshments will bis on the table &t Twelve o'clock and be Sale will commence punctually at One. Also, on the following day, IkifB. PERROTT will OFFER FOR SAT F LTI BY AUCTION, at the IVY BOSH INN .BERPENGAM, the following STOCK and FURmTTTBW «., 1 draught mare, in foal 2 cows, in calf • 1 55 £ S'.Jktenlfo"8 tabK ItoteSuSK < 00rner cupboard, chairs, barome- 'S, C0PP«'' teakettle, two guns, three bed- 1 sundry other goods.. The Sale will pluoe at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. 'r.: '(. »T >•- laltS by gVuctiou. CWMDWS. R. J. BOTHOMLEY will SELL BY AUCTION, at the House and Premises of Mr. JOHN PHILLIPS, at Cwmdws House, on MONDAY, the 26th October, 1857, at Twelve o'clock at Noon precisely, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, STOCK, and other Goods, of Mr. John Phillips, for the benefit of his creditors. The Furniture comprises mahogany, dining, Pembroke, and other tables, sideboard, sofa, chairs, fenders, fire irons, carpets, a nearly new oil cloth, about 16 feet square se. veral paintings, china and glass ware, tent and other bedsteads, feather and millpuff beds, bed clothing, chests of drawers, dressing tables and glasses, washstands and ware, kitchen furniture, and culinary utensils. The Stock consists of boxes of soap and candles cask of butter, currants, cocoa, and other grocery articles, a lot of hams, sacks of flour and bran, 2 barrels of beer a strong and very useful brown colt, rising five years light cart, a lot of new shovels, weighing machine, counter scales and weights, beer-engine, settles, forms, chairs, and numerous other effects. BRIDGE COTTAGE, NEWPORT. "li/rESSRS. GRAHAM and CO. beg to J-vJ- notify that they are instructed to Offer for SALE hy P UBLIC AUCTION, without reserve, on the Pre- mises as above, on MONDAY NEXT. October 19th, 1857, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, con- tained in three sitting rooms, five bedrooms, hall and stair case, kitchen, with the usual assortment of china, glass, and culinary requisites found in a genteel residence. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely. Dated Auctioneers' Offices, 7, Commercial-street, New- port, Mon and 5, Angel-street, Cardiff. Oct. 10, 1857. REDWICK AND WOOLASTONE, NEAR CHEPSTOW. MR. J. P. WILLIAMS will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the GEORGB HOTEL, CHEPSTOW, on THURSDAY, the 22nd day of October instant, at Two o'clock precisely, the following desirable PIECES of FREEHOLD LAND, in the undermentioned or in such other Lots as may be determined upon at the time of Sale :— LOT I.-A valuable PIECE of MEADOW LA.ND, situate in Broad Mead, in the parish of Redwick, in the county of Monmouth, numbered 10 on the Broad Mead Inclosure Award, and containing by admeasurement lA, OR. OP., more or less. LOT 2 —A valuable CLOSE of MEADOW LAND, situate near Broad Mead aforesaid, numbered 298 on the Tithe Commutation Map, and containing byadmeasure- ment 5A. OR. 29p., more or less. The above Lots are in the occupation of Mr. Daniel Baker, as tenant, at the yearly rent of £14. LOT 3—A valuable PIECE of ARABLE LAND, called the Raws," situate near the Church, in the parish of Woolastone, in the county of Gloucester, numbered 499 on the Tithe Commutation Map, containing by ad- measurement 16A. 3R. 32P., more or less, and in the occu- pation of Mr. George Proctor, as tenant, at the yearly rent of J621. For further particulars, apply to Mr. BAYNTON, Soli- citor, Broad-street, Bristol. [1734 CALDICOT, NEAR CHEPSTOW. SALE BY ORDER OF DEVISEES IN TRUST. MR. J. P. WILLIAMS will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the GEORGE HOTEL, CHEPSTOW, on THURSDAY, the 22nd day of October instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely, the following desira- ble PROPERTY:- ° All that substantial FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, known as the "WHITE HART INN," or" CROSS HOUSE," with the Malthonse, Stabling, Yard, Garden, Orchard, and Smiths'-shop adjoining, si- tuate in the parish of Caldicot, about five miles from Chepstow. Also, FIFTEEN LOTS of very superior PASTURE, MEADOW, and ARABLE LAND, lying in various parts of the same parish. Particulars of the property, with the Plan annexed, may be obtained ten days before the day of Sale, at the BEAU- FORT ARMS and GEORGE HOTELS, Chepstow; at the WHITE HART INN. Caldicot; and of Mr. JAMES PEACHEY WILLIAMS, Land Surveyor, Albion Cham- bers, Bristol; and further particulars, on application to Mr. TOYE, Solicitor, Chepstow; or Mr. BAYNTON, Solicitor, Broad-street, Bristol. At the same time and place, Mr. J. P. WILLIAMS will OFFER FOR SALE, by order of the Mortgagee a FREEHOLD COTTAGE or TENEMENT, with the piece of Garden Ground thereunto adjoining and belong- ing, numbered 557 on the Tithe Commutation Map, situ- ate in the same parish of Caldicot, adjoining the road leading from the village of Caldicot to the village of Caer- went, and containing 24 Perches. For particulars, apply to Mr. TOYE, as above. [1735 SPITTY AND FORTY ACRES FARMS, CHRISTCHURCH, NEWPORT. IN NOVEMBER, will be Offered for SALE i. by AUCTION, in Two or more Lots, (unless pre- viously disposed of by Private Treaty), the Valuable FREEHOLD PASTURE FARMS, called SpiTTY AND FORTY ACRES," in the Parish of Christchurch, in the Connty of Monmouth, containing together 180 Acres or thereabouts, and in the occupations of Mr. Lewis Williams and Mrs. M. A. Morgan. In the meantime, particulars may be obtained of Messrs. MORRIS and SON, Land Agents Newport, Monmouth- shire or of Messrs. R. F. and C. WELSHMAN, Solicitors, Soutbam, Warwickshire. [1748 PINE TIMBER AND DEALS FOR SALE. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, JL 29th October, 1857, at 12 o'clock, at BRANDON WHARF, (late ROUGH'S), HOTWELL-ROAD, Bristol, a large CARGO, consisting of 1725 Pieces Clean Yellow PINE TIMBER, 4466 PINE DEALS, Just landed ex Eclipse, from Richibucto, in suitable Lots. For catalogues and particulars apply to F. K. BARNES and SONS, Canon's Marsh. [1761 Auction Sales announced in to-day's Merlin By Messrs. CORNELIUS EVANS and SON House. hold Furniture, Fixtures, Wines and Spirits, &c. at the Parrot Hotel, Newport, Oct. 28 and 29. Farming Stock, HouseholdFurniture,$c, at Court.Farm, Llantarnam, October 20. Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, Rse., at Pantyreos, Henllis, Oct. 22. Stock-in. Trade, &c., at No, 5, Llanarth-street, New- port, Oct. 23. Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, 4;c., at Ty Llwyd Farm, Oct. 26. Household Furniture, Canal Boats, ty., at Ty-yn-y-cwm, October 27. Unredeemed Pledges, at 61, High-street, Oct. 30. By Mr. H. VI. PARI RIDGE—Farming Stock, at the Chapel Farm, Penhow, October 27. By M «'88rp. CHINNOCK & GALSWORTHY-Preekold Farm, at the Green Dragon Hotel, Herejord, October 22. Freehold Land, at the Green Dragon Hotel, Hereford October 22. By Messrs. GRAHAM and CO.-Household Furniture, at Bridge Cottage. Newport, Oct. 19. By Mr. J. ROraOMLEY-Houselwld Furniture,$c., at Cwmdws, October 26. By Mr. J. P. WILLIAMS-Freehold Land, Houses,$c.' in Redwick and Woolastone, at the George Hotel' Chepstow, October 22. Freehold Dwelling-houses, Land, &c,, in Caldicot, at the George Hotel, Hotel, Chepstow, October 22. iBy Messrs. W. H. WILLIAMS & CO. Valuable Estate and., in Works, at the Commercial Room., Bristol, Oct 22. By Mr. JAMES WIIITH-Timber and Coppice Woods, at the Beaufo, t Arms, Monmouth, October 21. By Mr. WILLIAM COX WETMORE-Copglwld and Freehold Property, at Thornbury and Chepstow. Oct. 31, and Nov. 2. By Mr. 1 HO M AS —Leasehold Property, at the Mount StMart Hotel, Cardiff, October 22. By Mr. ALEXANDER.—Cooking Apparatus, Sc., at Bristol, Oct., 19. By Mr. JOHN DAVIS-Stock, $Sc., at Panty Farm, Newchutrch East, Oct. 28. By Mr. W. PERROTT-Stock and Crop, at Carngethin Farm, Oct. 26. Stock and Furniture, at Ivy Bush Inn, Pontaberpen- gam, Oct. 27*
TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received a farther communication from Messrs. J. Williams and Samuel Lloyd, with regard to the question of the Chairmanship at Mr. Frost's lectures. The subject is certainly not of sufficient interest to war rant further discussion. Messrs. Williams and Lloyd have already denied the statements of the Mayor's first letter, and given their version of the alleged facts in the MERLIN: the Mayor has emphatically contra dieted it, as to the principal points and the letter we bave now received as emphatically impugns tbe Mayor's veracity. Snrely in these circumstances, no issue can bo raised; and what i« the usTnfV recrimination 1 1189 of continued We have received a letter from Mr Sidno^ rv • cilor, Crickhowell, acknowledging him ^r^18' 8oli" stating that we did not uresenf a 1Q error in day's trial Of the r report of the second last Tredegar Conntv^Hmii !?■ at the publish the reDort Finding that we did .q-u ■» b" "d;
HMtt. NEWPORT, SATURDAY, OCT. 17,1857. THE worst of the hurricane would seem to have blown over the plains of Hindostaa. It has committed fearful ravages in its progress- levelled many a landmark-destroyed many a homestead—crushed out many a life-øpread. the wildest of desolations-and at one time threatened to sweep all traces of civilisation before it. But the bow is now in the heavens, the tempest is breaking, and dense clouds no more shut out all view of the calm, spirit- stirring azure. Better days. thank God, are before us and if we do not profit by the stem and terrible lessons of the past and present, woe to us as a nation and a people. England has been put upon its trial for life or death in India, and she has been only saved by the bold front of the heroic bands that stood there to uphold her fortunes and vindicate her name. Were they lukewarm or timid—had panic seized them-had they not proved, in their glorious resistance, that to be undaunted is to be wise, all would have been for the time lost- for all had been perilled both Bombay and Ma- dras would have been in flames, the mutinous spirit general, and these Isles would have had to gird themselves for a conflict scarcely less in magnitude and might than Rome armed her- self for, when she saw Cannse lost-or the Social War approaching her gates. Our small detachments of soldiers-dispersed over a region half the size of Europe—encompassed round about with merciless hordes of barbarians. armed after the most approved fashion of mo- dern warfare, flaunting in the Queen's uniform, and trampling the Queen's standards-had nothing left them but literally to live to fight and fight to live; and nobly they have kept their own in face of odds that would have startled and appalled the stoutest heart in those days which historians and romance writers call the days of chivalry and mailed combat. They have bravely done their part; the rebel Sepoy, in the greatness of his guilt and force, has shrank before them, and has found himself always worsted when he came, backed with overwhelming numbers, to do battle with the few, the firm, the disciplined European force. For three months has the unequal contest lasted, and not only has the high reputation of the British soldier been maintained, but the country-if it has to mourn its murdered sub- jects, has to deplore no Pavia or battle-field lost. "We have lost all," said Francis the First, "but our honour.' We have gained much-with an empire in arms against us— with, we need not add, no blot on our military escutcheon. If, then, so much has been done when we stood few, but fearless, what shall we not effect when an army, greater than crushed Napoleon and his great and gallant force at Waterloo, marches in its might, with all its C5 glorious prestige round it, on Delhi, and to the permanent occupation of Oude? The result » will not be for a moment doubtful, and a terrible retribution will overtake the rebels. In the meantime, we have much to congratulate our readers upon since we last addressed them on the state of affairs in the East. Lucknow and its intrepid defenders have shown that the Castle's strength Laughs the siege to scorn." The enemy has been repulsed and baffled, and hope was strong that the garrison could beat back every attempt made upon its defenoes till succour arrived, which, we learn, could not be much longer delayed, as an imposing force was soon to march from Cawnpore to its relief. Havelock, like Massena, in the early days of French prowess—the cherished child of vic- tory"—was still on his triumphal course, adding success to success. He came up with a large force of the Sepoys, about 12 mile3 from Cawn- pore, on the 12th August, and totally defeated them, with the capture of two guns, and many killed. General Outram bad reached Allahabad with a strong body, and his next start would be for Cawnpore, where he expected to form a. junction with General Havelock, and from thence Lucknow was to be the point of ap- proach. The fate of Delhi may be fairly pre- dicted to be sealed by this time. The assault was postponed, and wisely postponed, until not a few thousand men, but an ARMY was before it, to pass its walls, and strike a blow that India. would stagger and reel under. It would never have done to have carried on a little war" there. Delhi bears a charmed and a hallowed name among Mohamedans. It was the seat of empire when they ruled over all, and where they to this day declare the crescent never, paled before the cross, and where certainly w never entirely assumed full and complete sovereignty; for, as if afraid of a phantom power, we left there a Mogul to sit with all but Imperial sway, with his ministers, his harems, his power of life and death over his immediate. followers, and his exchequer filled with what he called an English subsidy-a Brummagem Stamboul in the midst of the greatest posses- sion of our Crown! Were we beaten on this ground, it would have been declared to have been the work of the Prophet himselfj and the fanaticism of every Mohamedan in India would be at once appealed to. We must prostrate and for ever, Mohamedan power and Mohamedan hope, in the very view of the Musnnd and if gui%, Wg Sultan, m the view of thousands of our revolted subjects. Our siege train was to be before Delhi on the 3rd of September, when final and decisive measures were to be at once taken. An attempt had been made to inter- cept some of our guns, but it was unsuccessful, and the assailants suffered a great loss-thir4 teen of their guns fell into our hands. This last effort must show them how desperate is their position, and how awful the fate that awaits them. That they will fight with desperation there can be little doubt; and we must prepare to hear that our loss has been severe; but Delhi once in our hands, the mutiny will be crushed in its stronghold, and ""ir? ooI"mns will do the rest. have to be done to re-organise the country, to bring order out of chaos and- 00 place our rule upon a firm, just, and stable. ooting. I he Legislature will have to do much, Bind the sword, if even in its scabbard, will* have to be there. India can never be left, at least, for years to come, without a British army equal to that which lately left our shores for <, its re-conquest.