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-Addrtooto. IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS THE Counties of SOUTH WALES, bor- dering on England, offer the most valuable and profitable fields for ADVERTISERS that can be found within the same extent in the empire-if we exclude the great Metropolis, and the rich teeming districts of the ever-productive, the ever-absorbing NORTH. MONMOUTHSHIRE, GLAMORGANSHIRE, BRECONSHIRE, witl\ large population, commercial enterprise, and rapidily-inareasing wealth, are, unquestionably, COUNTIES to which Advertisers may look with confidence for an ample return for any outlay they may incur, in pushing their several interests, with a view to large and produc- tive sales, &e. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE MERLIN, liAMORGANSHIRE AND BRECON SILURIAN, N SOUTH WALES ADVERTISER, has been for more than a quarter of a century, the 'GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF THE DISTRICT. Advertisers desirous of availing themselves of the pub- licity of its columns, are requested to address the Publisher, Mr. CHRISTOPHERS, NEWPORT, MON- MOUTHSHIEE. Advertisements inserted on a Moderate Scale; and when Contracted for by the Year, Half-year, or Quarter, the terms are proportionately reduced. NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION. EXTRACT FROM THE LAST ANNUAL STAMP RETURN ISSUED—ending 31st December, 1854 1854. MONMOUTHSHIRE MERLIN 110,425 72124*' Cambrian 79 000 m9 ° £ Gwent 76,100 1463 Merthyr Guardian 61,500 1163 Swansea Herald 58,250 1120 Monmouthshire Beacon 30 599 # t jq2 Silurian 35^375 661 At the close of the year 1855, the circulation of the Silurian was added to that of the MERLIN. PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NEATLY c%" EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE UterKn (Sflteral grating cr 16, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT, MON. BOOK-PBINTING, BUSINESS FORMS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, REPORTS, &c. PRIZE POULTRY. T?GGS from WHITE-FACED SPANISH Xj and BLACK HAMBURGH FOWLS at 9s. the Setting of 13. Apply to Mr. C. H. OLIVER, Commer- cial-street, Newport. B, 0. took prizes for Spanish Chickens at the Trede- .pr SJiow in 1854, 1855, 185ti, and 1857. Also, two prizes for Black Hamburghs in 1856, and one in 1857. [2137 EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDAL WEIGHING- MA CHINK. HENRY POOLEY AND SON, 20, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT,MON PATENTEES OF THE „Trmrl PLATFORM WEIGHING MACHINE, WEIGH-BRIDGES, &c., -Suitable for all Commercial, Mining, and Manufacturing Turposes. WOBKS AT LIVERPOOL. AGENTS for the SALE of DONKEY-ENGINES; IMPROVED TAPS & VALVES; .PRESSURE GAUGES, and all BRASS MOUNTINGS for Steam Engines and Boilers, &c.; AMERICAN VULCANIZED INDIA-RUBBER BELTfNG, PACKING, HOSE, &c BOLTS, RIVETS, &a.; MACHINERY BELTING; JCHUBB'S PATENT FIRE and THIEF-PROOF SAFES, DETECTOR LOCKS, &c.; THE FRANKLIN PATENT GAS REGULATOR; TIDMARSH'S PATENT LUBRICATORS OR OIL CUPS; LUDLOW'S PATENT MALT-SCREENING MACHINE. [1015 H. P. BOLT, CONTRACTOR AND B U-ILDER, H NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE, FOR SALE a large assortment of #.??• sTONE.WARE DRAIN PIPES of the Wh aSnlr6 Cla^' varyi"o from 3 inches up to 18 Alan n. fine. re<l,J,81te Junctions, Bends, and Syphons. fr.^mnamentin-Spir V,0f TERRA COTTA GOODS, for ornamenting Pleasure Grounds, ka. A variety of NORWAY" SPARS^ b^A [2008 ABERDARE, GLAMORGANSHIRE. BLACK LION FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL ESTABLISHED A.D. 1815. THE PROPRIETOR, C. B. PALMER, begs to announce that he has recently entered upon the above old-established House, which has been entirely rebuilt within the past two years, and is now rendered one of the best and most commodious Premises m the locabty and he desires to acquaint Commeic a the'nnh6 Inhabitants of Aberdare and neighbourhood,. and the pub- lic generally, that he has furnished the seve pp ments necessary to the proper conduct of a large ana ex- tensive business, in a manner, that will, he trusts, merit a full share of patronage and supp The BLACK LION is well and pleasantly situated within five minutes' walk of the Railway Stations, and the Commercial Room and Bedrooms have been fitted up with every regard to comfort and convenience. C. B. P. is determined that all his supplies shall be of the choicest description in every department, combined with the best attention and economy. Good Stabling, Lock-up Coach-houses, &c., &a- Aberdare, 18th March, 1858. [2107 Ally AN IS ED IRON WORKS G AND WAREHOUSE. TEMPLE BACKS, BRISTOL. Galvanised Corrugated Iron Roofing, Sheet Iron, Hoops, Nails, Fencing Wire and Wire Netting, Coal Scoops, House Pails, Buckets, Bowls, Basins, Milk-pans, rurnip- Iron-rimmed Riddles, Eaves, Gutters and Down Wat9 Wnmgbt-iron an(j -yyelded Tubing, for Gas and Ai?r Purposes, kept in Stock. TT>r»v WORTc AoriPtions °f WROUGHT and CAST IRON ——-—-jf^j^VANISED. [2167 JEOCTo*» Established 1812. rflHTS V«lTURNIP MANURE. | nsed by the • ^ert^izer 13 now universally Wales, and stands -Agriculturists of England and of the bulb whioh it prod in WEIGHT and QUALITY ficial to the Grain Crops whf-A f1,,is also esPeciaI1y bene- fouad to fail after the first apDhw™' aS ra,ely produced by this Manure l«t y^0°' °f the ^ops 30 Toes per acre. weighed upwards of P E R U V I A N GUANO BONES, A N O > AND SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME Warranted of the best quality. APPLY TO H. AND T. PROCTOR, CATHAY, BRISTOL. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS— Birmingham, Emscote, near Warwick and Saltneij, near Chester. N.B.-A PAMPHLET, on Manures, tlieir Properties Application," forwarded on receipt 0 w HARVEY'S SAUCE.—The admirers of this celebrated Fish-Sauce are particularly requested 1.00 use rye that none is genuine but that which bears the name of WILLIAM LAZENBY on the back of each oottle, in addition to the front label used so many years, J«d signed ELIZABETH LAZENBY. L? LAZENBY & SON'S ESSENCE OF .• ANCHOVIES continues to be prepared withthat Srfn l^r ?aie y 'las rendered it so universally esteemed. vlJ a* their old-established Fish-Sauce ouse, o, Edwards-street, Portman-square, London. (1937 ddrtt'øtØ. WE. MATTHEWS and CO., TEA and • COFFEE MERCHANTS, 19, COMMERCIAL- STREET, NEWPORT. BONDED AND FREE STORES FOR SHIPS. [5 TRUNKS AND TRAVELLING BAGS. CORIN, 123, Commercial-street, Newport, qf Manufacturer and Dealer in best leather, strong iron-bound, and cheap, papered Trunks, Hat-Cases, &c. —Sole Agent for the patent Eclipse Portmanteau. [1895 RAILWAY WORKS, AND BRIDGE-END FOUNDRY, NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. JAMES MURPHY, ENGINEER. RAILWAY-WAGGONS FOR SALE OR HIRE. Broad and Narrow Guage wrought and cast-iron Wheels and Axles in Stock. FOR SALE, TWO TO THREE HUNDRED RAIL- WAY WAGGONS—hired on lease for a term of years to responsible parties (in several contracts). Licenses Granted for making or using the following Pa- tented Railway Improvements:— MURPHY'S WROUGHT-IRON DOVE-TAILED RAILWAY-WHEELS, By which perfect safety is ensured from accident, by the fracture of a tyre. FISH-CHAIR, with safety bolt and nut fastenings. WROUGHT-IRON LONGITUDINAL BEARINGS, applicable to the double-headed or deck-beam Rali. Also the RAILWAY STEAM BRAKE. 1166 (From Finigan's, Bath,) O S T L E H'S HAIR CUTTING ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR, 173, COMMERCIAL-STREET, (Three Doors from the Westgate Hotel,) NEWPORT, MON. A Private Apartment for HAIR DYEING. WIGS, SCALPS, FRONTS, CURLS. Every description of Ornamental Hair ma- nufactured at the most economical prices. A respectable LAD wanted as an APPRENTICE. [2134 H SPRING STOCK. ATS AND CAPS, Of the Newest Shapes. W. M. JACK, 6, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. .Lincoln and Bennett's celebrated London Hats. [2132 MESSRS. JAMES AND PRICE, AUCTIONEERS, &c., CARDIFF, have constantly ON SALE, all classes of HOUSE PRO- PERTY, in Cardiff; and they beg to direct the particular attention of investers to the extraordinary advantages which Cardiff presents as a field for investment. Messrs. JAMES & PRICE have at this time Property for Sale by Private Contract, at prices which leave the purchaser from 10 to 15 per cent. oh the investment, clear of taxes, rates, cost of collection of rents, and all expenses. In addition to present advantages, Cardiff property is also constantly and steadily increasing in value in every part of the neigbbourhood. In some parts of the town, property has increased in value four-fold. Communications by Jetter promptly attended to. Ad- dress, Messrs. JAMES & PRICE, Wharf, Cardiff. [1800 DUCK AND COMPANY, TEA DEALERS AND COFFEE MERCHANTS, UNITY STREET, COLLEGE GREEN, BRISTOL, BEG respectfully to inform Families that they will be supplied from their Establishment with Pure and Unadulterated TEAS COFFEES, of the finest growth, also COCOAS, and all kinds of the finest qualities of SPICES, at WHOLESALE PRICES. [1675 MR. GRAHAM YOUNG, SURGEON DENTIST, of No. 7, PARK- STREET, BRISTOL, attends periodically (as for the last ten years) at NEWPORT, the first WEDNESDAY and at CARDIFF, the following THURSDAY in every Month, when he may be consulted on all cases relating to to his Profession. Mr. YOUNG'S next visit will occur as follows :— NEWPORT—At Mr. Wansbrough's, No. 4, Commercial- street—Wednesday, June 2nd. CARDIFF-Mrs. Williams, No. 64, Crockherbtown- Thursday, June 3rd. [863 [A CARD.] MR. R. N. OSBORNE, SUR G EON DEN TIS T, 17, DOCK-STREET, NEWPORT. [1127 TEETH. MR. CLARK (from Sackville-street,London) RESIDENT SURGEON DENTIST, AGINCOURT- SQUARE, MONMOUTH, respectfully begs to announce that he continues to fix every description of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, on the most modern and scientific principles, and attends at 112, Commercial-street, NEWPORT, the second Wednesday in each month and USK, on the fol- lowing day (Thursday), at Mr. J. H. CLARK'S; Ross, the first Thursday in each month, at Mr. FARROR'S, Stationer, High-street; COLEFORD, on the 21st of May, and every alternate Friday, at Mrs. THOS. BLANCH'S. DECAYED TEETH effectually and permanently restored by-Mr. CLARK'S ANODYNE CEMENT, forming a masticating surface, rendering extraction seldom necessary. Every operation performed connected with Dental Surgery. The necessity of having a resident Surgeon-Dentist in Monmouth and neighbourhood, is evident from the fact that old and young have hitherto had their teeth fearfully neglected. J tgiT All communications address to R. CLARK, Surgeon Dentist, Agincourt-square, Monmouth. [2223 WINES FROM THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE ORT, SHERRY, MARSALA, MADEIRA, P°™FLRIJ?RRY' MARSALA, MADEIRA, BUCELLAS, &c all at 20s. PEE DOZEN, really Fine Wines. • 5er. J Jf8tyiSr^°rerament allows these Wines to be imported^ at half duty: hence the low price. They are the produce of the vineyards of our own Colony, where the vines of Portugal and Spain are now being carefully cultivated, and have escaped the disease. For the purity and wholesomeness of the Cape Wines imported by us, see the analysis of Dr. Letbeby, Medical Officer of Health for the City of London, &c., &c., who concluded by saying i I of opinion that the samples of Cape Wine which I have examined are not only pure and un- adulteraetd, but that they contain the average amounts of the various constituents of good wholesome Wines." That wine, equal to any ever produced, can be made at the Cape, all the world has acknowledged."—The Times, 8th November, 1856. Advices have just arrived that the Vintage at the Cape of Good Hope (which was completed there the first week in February) has terminated most successfully, and The Times of March 11th, states:- The harvest is unusually abundant, and the quantity of Wines promises to equal, if not exceed, that of any -M-TW THE UNIVERSAL BRANDY, Pale or BrSwn, 15s. per gallon, or 30s. per dozen. Samples of any two qualities sent on^ p stamps. Price Current and Dr. Letheby s full analysis sent on application" c, Carriage paid, if requested, to any Railway k,tanon in the Kingdom, for Is. per dozen, and no charge tor Howies and Cases, if returned. W. and A. GILBEY. Wine Importers, Distillers and Rectifiers, 357, Oxford-street (three doors west of the Pantheon). Cheques to be crossed Bank of England," and Post mco Urders made payable at the General Post Office. [1974 ~P O F O R T E S, unparalleled (Patent and aualitv of t^kl1(lues aad Cottages, (equal in volume b» exchanged if 7pp,™T„'( KCCOLO "ilSo fortes, in free for the country), 25 Guineas each -RUST and Co (from Regent-street), Patentees and Sole Manufacturers. 4, Great Marlborough-atreet, Regent-street, LONDON, W. Established 1850. [1755 iaddrfSSMi, &t. OPENING OF THE GLOBE TEA ESTABLISHMENT, 27, HIGH STREET, NEWPORT, WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 29TH. IN announcing the OPENING of this additional Concern, it is needless to say more than that we shall continue in the course we have hitherto pursued, and which has gained for us so large a share of public patronage. Tendering our grateful acknowledgements to our numerous Patrons for their kind support during the last Seven Years, and soliciting a trial from those who may not yet have honoured us with their favours, We beg to direct attention to the following leading PRICES of TEAS, COFFEES, and SUGARS VERY STRONG FULL-FLAVOURED CONGOU 3s. 4d. Strongly recommended. The FINEST LAPSANG SOUCHONG. 4s. 0d. Usually sold at 5s. An overweight of a Quarter to every Six Pounds will be allowed to large Consumers, which reduces the cost full 2d. per lb. VERY FINE JAMAICA COFFEE Is. Od. Recommended. FINEST TURKEY DITTO i8. 4d. Very rare to be met with, and recommendell to connoisseurs. SPARKLING LUMP SUGAR os. 6,1. PATRAS CURRANTS Os. 5d. NORRIS AND PRITCHARD, PROPRIETORS. [2258 NEWPORT SACRED HARMONIC SOCIETY. A PUBLIC PERFORMANCE OF MOZART'S TWELFTH MASS (WITH ENGLISH WORDS) WILL be given by the Members ot the above Society, at the TOWN-HALL, (by the TV kind permission of the Mayor), on FRIDAY Evening, June 11, 1858, with full Band accompaniments. The Band will consist of 4 First Violins, 4 Second ditto, 2 Violas, 2 Violoncellos, 2 Contra Basses, Hautboy and Flute, and 2 Horns. THE CHORUS WILL NUMBER ABOUT FIFTY VOICES. The Solos will be Sung by MISSCLOWES And some Amateurs of the Society LEADER OF THE BAND HERR PFEIFFER I CONDUCTOR MR H. J. GROVES. Tickets of Admission—Front Seats, 23. 6d., Back Seats, Is. each may be had of the Secretaries, Mr. Willey and Mr. R. M. Toogood of Mr. Edwin Newman, music seller, and of the Members. Doors Open at half-past Seven, p.m., to Commence at Eight, p.m. [2254 HUGH BIRD, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF, BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HK IS IN STOCK OF GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO (GIBBS' IMPORT), SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME URATE, HALF-INCH and GROUND BONES. LINSEED and RAPE CAKES, &c.. &c. Agricultural Seeds of all Kinds, and Implements of the Principal Makers. WAREHOUSE, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF; AND CATTLE MARKET, NEWPORT. [2103 NEWPORT & PILLGWENLLY WATER WORKS COMPANY. zeio PREFERENCE SHARES. Call of Sixth Instalment- making £10 paid. The Directors of the above Company having, under the provisions of the Act of Incorporation, passed a resolution to call for an instalment of £1 per share, payable on the let day of July, 1858-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Proprietors are required to pay the said sum of j61 upon each of their respective shares, to the Treasurer, at the West of England and South Wales District Bank, Newport, Monmouthshire. Interest at the rate of 5 per cent. will be charged upon calls in arrear. HENRY W. WEBBER, Secretary. Newport, Mon., 29th May, 1858. SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME Of the very best quality, from Norrington's Devon, and Cornwall Manure Works, may be had of J. So STONE, NEWPORT, MON. IVTORRINGTON'S SUPERPHOSPHATE has stood the test of several years' trial, and has been found to answer well in the county of Monmouth. Great Dock-street, March 25th, 1858. [1002 JAMES LEACH, Wholesale and Retail BEDDING, BEDSTEAD, GLASS, and CABINET MART, 117, Commercial-street, Newport. Every descrip. ion of Brass and Iron Bedsteads, French, Arabian, Four- ost, and Canopy Bedsteads, in Birch, Mahogany, Wal- ut. and Painted Woods. Furniture bought, or taken in exchange, to any amount. [1111 PLANT CATALOGUE. JOHN CRANSTON has now ready for dis- W tribution his Spring Catalogue of Plants for 1858. It contains descriptive lists of dahlias, hollyhocks pelar- goniums, cinerarias, fuchsias, verbenas, calceolarias, petu- nias, miscellaneous greenhouse, bedding and hardy herba- ceous plants. Forwarded free, on application. Nurseries, King's Acre, near Hereford. [2244 NEW TURNIP SEED, THE GROWTH OF 1857. JOHN CRANSTON is now offering ^SWEDISH and other TURNIP SEEDS of his own growth, saved from Transplanted Hulbs. Prices, which are low, forwarded on application. When large quantities are taken a considerable deduction will be made. Nurseries, King's Acre, near Hereford. [2243. LATEST NEWS for TWOPENCE PER DAY.—THE EVENING STAR (unstamped, ONE PENNY) direct by post from the Office, 335, Strand, London, for Twopence per day. Three papers, free through post, for Fourpence per day. |/Uyo Just published, demy 8vo., with Twenty Illustrations on Copper, Price £ 1 5s., an ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON IRON METALLURGY, up to the Manufacture of Puddled Bars comprising Suggestions relative to Principles and Modes of Action for effecting great and important Im- provements in the Manufacture of Iron and Steel, and the Conduct of extensive Ironworks upon the System of Division of Labour. With copious Analytical Tables of Iron-making Materials and Residuums. By SAMUEL Division of Labour. With copious Analytical Tables of Iron-making Materials and Residuums. By SAMUEL BALDWYN ROGERS, of NANTYGLO Monmouthshire. 1 do not hesitate to say Mr. Rogers's work is the most com- plete combination of science and sound practice that has yet appeared, on iron-beyond comparison.DAVID MUSHET. "Mr Rogers's Treatise' is destined to take high rank among the standard philosophical elucidations of the mysteries of lll- dustrial science.Building News. London SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, and Co., and at the Mining Journal Office, 26, Fleet-street. [2221 EW RAILWAY GUIDE for GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND. On June 1st, will be issued, price 6d., monthly, "The INTELLIGIBLE RAILWAY GUIDE," giving the hours of the trains in unbroken order from the top to the bottom of the columns. The Gaide will also exhibit another characteristic of con- siderable advantage to the traveller, and of incalculable value to hotel keepers and advertisers generally—viz., the placing a very limited number of public announcements on the same pages as those which contain the railway time tables. Hotel keepers and others wishing to have their announcements inserted, must apply to the publisher forthwith. London, W. Kent and Co., 21, 51, 52, Pater- noster Row and 86, Fleet street (late Bogue.) [2219 HE NATIONAL MAGAZINE illustra- ted m the first style of art, price Is., monthly. AND OPINIONS OF DOUGLAS JER- • ul i edited by his son, Blanchard Jerrold. The copy- right of this most valuable and entertaining work has been purchased by the Proprietors of the National Magazine,' and the first portion appeared in the part for May 1st, and will be continued monthly until completed. The opinions and brilliant sayings of the greatest wit of his day will be most acceptable to every family circle. Among ^A10 to the National Magazine" are the Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," "A Woman's Thoughts about Women," &c., Westland Marston, Holme Lee, G. W. Thornbury, Mrs. Cowden Clarke, H. Noel Humphreys, Shirley Hibberd, William Kidd, &c. Vols. 1, 2, and 3, handsomely bound, 6s. 6d. each. Cases for binding,1s 6d. each. London, W. KENT and Co., 51, and bl, Paternoster-row and (late D. Bogue) 86, Fleet- street, and all Booksellers in town and countiy. [2219 RENCH EASILY ACQUIRED. A knowledge of the French Language may be easily acquired by the aid of CASSELL'S SERIES OF LESSONS in FRENCH, reprinted from the Working Man's Friend, price 6d., or post free 7d. London, W. KENT and Co., Paternoster-row, and Fleet-street. Agents for J. Cassell's Publications. [2219 NEW Illustrated Serial, by the Authors of Shadows," and the Life of Sir John Falstaff," price Is. monthly. On the first of June next, will be published part I. (to be completed in twelve parts), of a new work, entitled- OH ADO W AND SUBSTANCE, by CHAS. s H. BENNETT and ROBERT B. BROUGH. Each part to contain three full-sized Engravings, and 24 pages of letter-press. „ ™ That I may see my shadow as^I pass. SHAKESPEARE. London, W. KENT and Co., (late D. Bogue) 86, Fleet- street, and Paternoster-row. [2219 T. J. JONES, Chemist. 5. High-street, Newport, AGENT for HORNIMAN'S PURE TEA, J.jL in PACKETS.—THE LEAF NOT COLORED. —DR. SCOFFERN, in his valllablework On Food," remarks, at page 423 The best Tea I can find is that imported by the Messrs. Hornimtm; its appearance manifests it to be what it professes-Tea which has been subjected to no kind of outward embellishment-a mani- festation which its delicious flavour confirms." The Parliamentary Report proves, that while the Chinese use Pure Tea, they colour most of that sent to Enjland. The Sanitary Commissioners examined 74 samples of the black and green tea in common use, of which 54 were coated with powdered colour. HORNIMAN & CO.'S PURE TEA, I The usual fine sorts, but th4 leaf nit covered with color. I. TBA wakkh^^ «0, 31 \JJ, WormwooJ St., City, London. holtt&U inclusively J FULL-FLAVOURED TEA is thus secured to the Public, as importing it befure he Chinese cover it with colour I FULL-FLAVOURED ■endera it impossible for any ;ro\vn low-priced autumn leaves to be made to appear equal to the best,and so passed off to the consumer at a high price. The Lancet (Longman, p 318), states of Hormmau's Teas :—" The Green not being covered with Prussian blue, &c., is a dull olive the Black is not intensely dark wholesome and good Tea is thus obtained. Prices, 3s. 8d 4s., and 4s 4<1. per lb. Sold exclusively by Authorised Agents throughout the kingdom, and only in Authorised Agents throughout the kingdom, and only in Packets. LOCAL AGENTS. ABERDARE ..Jones.—Thomas. ABLRAIIO.lr: Evan Evans. ABKRYSTWITH Jones, Pier-st. ABERGAVENNY Gosden (late Hirst).—Watkins, High st. ABFRSYCRAN Wood, Stamp- office. BRISTOL..Ferris, Union-street. CRICKHOWELL.-Christopher. COWBRIDGE ..Tliomas, Higli-st. C ARDIFF..Kernick, 23, Duke-st. Ditto ..James, Bute-street. CHEPSTOW.. Taylor, St. Mary- street COLEFORD.Williams. GLOUCESTER..Fouracre, Cross. LONDON..Purssell Corn-hill LYONEY Hathaway .N[O-;NIOUTIT.. Farror.- Baker, &-c MERTIIYB Stephens, High street. NEWPORT..JONES, 5, Higli-st. Ditto..CHERRY, 41, Commercial street. DittouBATTERSHILL,173, Com- mercial-street. PONTYPOOL. and ABEP.SRCHIN.. Wood, Stamp Office. SWANSEA.. Wilson, Castle sqr. Ditto.. Harris, Oxford-street Ditto.Glover, Castle-street USK..Edwards. T2060 TEAS & COFFEES AT WHOLESALE PRICES To the value of 30s., and upwards, Delivered Carriage Free to all parts of England. 2, BUCKLERSBURY, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. THIS Warehouse has now been established for more than a quarter of a Century, and the pa- tronage of the public has increased its business to one of the largest in the Trade. The Premises are situated in a bye thoroughfare, where SPACE and ACCOMMODATION enable us to carry on busi- ness to any extont, without the enormous expenses in- curred by having a retail trade in a prominent situation. Our object is to sell to the Public on Trade Terms. ^onS°u 2s. 8d. to 3 4 (superior ditto 3 8 Souchong 4 0 Lapsang Souchong 4 41 Finest Assam Souchong.. 4 8 Young Hyson or Gunpowder, 2s. 8d. to 3 4 Fine ditto 3s. 8d. to 4 0 Fine Pearl Leaf Gunpowder, 4s. 8d. to 5 0 Finest ditto. 5s. 8d. to 6 0 TV. AND UNCOLOURED GREEN TEA. j! Chinese colour their Green Teas with a powder indiscriminately applied to the bad as well as the good; Drs. Hassall, Letheby, Ure, the Lancet, and others, have drawn public attention to this practice of the Chinese; and if the public prefer it without the facing powder, we supply fine Green Tea with its natural colour, viz., pale olive. Black Teas, such as Souchong and Congou, are not coloured, and are generally of a darkish brown, which is the natural effect of drvins. Ceylon and Jamaica Coffee Is. to 1 2 osta Rica- Is. to 1 4 Finest Mocha 1 8 I Mocha 1 6 HORNE, ROBINS & CO., TTT BUCKL,ERSBURY, CHEAPSIDE. Sold by w. CHRISTOPHER, Commercial-stieet, Newport. Agents appointed for the Sale of our Packet Teas. [2063 THE EVENING MAIL. J_ Published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday inverting, containing tbe Leading Articles of the Times 'e ,or" anJ '['M Markets with the latest news up to the hour of publication. Subscription per Half-fear, 32s. 6d. advance, or 36s. credit. P°st to a11 parts of the World, by WM. DAWSON AND SONS, Newspaper and Advertising 1809C)8' Gannon-street, City, London,E.C. (Established WM. D. and SONS supply the Times," Illustrated London News," Mark-lane Express," "Bell's Messen- f £ an.d all the other London Newspapers. A List for 1858, with prices, politics, days of publication, &c., free on application.—Country Booksellers supplied. [2086 T ROBINSON'S TURNIP MANURE. HIS MANURE contains, in a concentrated form, those fertilizers in which the Swede and Tur- nip luxuriate. It not enly promotes the early growth of the plant, but well sustains it until matured, and may be depended upon to produce a sound and heavy crop. A trial is respectfully solicited. Apply to J. & T. ROBINSON, Dock, Gloucester; at their Chemical Works, St. Philip's Marsh, Bristol; or to their agents. [2196 OR GET Patent Self-Ad justing SHIRT Six for 42s. Patent ELLIPTIC 3-Fold COLLARS 12s. the Dozen. PATENTEES, J. FRYER & CO., (LATE COOPER AND FRYER). LONDON. Agent at NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE, B. EVANS, LONDON HOUSE. List of Agents, see inside Wrapper Bradshaw's Railway Guide. [2011 ddrt$t$. GENTLEMEN who desire a superior FIT and FINISH should try C. MILNES, TAILOR AND TROWSERS MAKER, 158, COMMEROIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. [1013 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MESSRS. VILLIKRS and ANDREWS' PHOTOGRAPHIC ESTABLISHMENT is re- moved to the premises lately occupied by Mr. WELLS, Jeweller, 59, HIGH STREET, Newport, two doors from the General Post Office. 1870 EXTRACT from C. & W. TRAPNELL'S JLj FURNISHING GUIDE. GOOD FURNITURE must please the judgment as well as the eye. To this end the following points may be worthy of notice. 1st. Well-seasoned materials should be guaranteed. 2nd. Have the most extensive choice. 3rd. All Framings, Supports, &c., should be of the proper size for strength, and of due proportions for ap- pearance. 4th. The Articles should be in proportion to the size of the rooms. 5th. Select from the genuine manufacturer upon the largest scale. ESTIMATE No. 6, (B.) For an Eight-Roomed House, Furnished in the most elegant and substantial manner, everything of the very best make, the Curtains, Carpets, and Bedding of the best quality, and all upon a liberal scale, WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE. Rooms the same number and size as No. 3 A, £ s. d. £ s. d. Kitchen same as No. 3 Estimate 1 19 6 Add extra for Large Dishing-up Table 0 12 6 8 12 0 HALL, say 12 ft by 9 ft Best quality Floor Cloth, 12 yds 3s 9d 2 5 0 Two Solid Mahogany carved Ha 1 Chairs 2 2 0 Mahogany Hat and Umb ella Stand 2 10 0 6 17 0 DINING ROOM. Turkey Carpet to suit roam 20 ft by 16 ft, with Rug to match, say 17 0 0 Floor Cloth fo fit round, say 12 yds, at 3s 9d 2 5 0 Two Sets of Rich Burgundy Cloth Curtains, with silk decorations and bordering, with handsome walnut, oak, or mahogany poles, rings, and ends. The curtains to draw with French pulli.s, and all upon the most ample seal 16 0 0 Two Best Linen Silicia Blinds, the latest im- proved patent movements 1 12 0 One set oi three-flap handsome Spanish Ma- hogany Dining Tables, to open 12 ft 6 in by 4 ft 9 in so 0 0 Flap Stand 2 10 0 Ten handsomely-shaped deep-top Chairs, in real Morocco, or Utrecht Velvet Chairs, all stuffed with the beat hair, 35s 17 10 0 One handsome Spanish Mahogmy Sideboard, 7ft long, with deep moulded top and richly- carved back 18 18 0 One large Easy Chair, in best Morocco, Spring Stuffed Seats 660 One handsome Sheep Skin Do r Mat 076 102 170 DRAWING ROOM. Handsome Victoria Velvet Pile Carpet, to fit Room 20 by 18 ft, uy 56 yds made, 7s 19 120 Rug to match 3 0 0 Two sets of rich Silk Window Curtains, sur- mounted with gilt window cornices, drawn with French pullies, for windows, say 6 ft by 11 ft each 15 0 0 Two Linen Silicia Blinds, as before 112 0 One handsomely carved Loo Table No. 5 .10 0 0 One ditto Occasional Table 6 10 0 Eight beautifully shaped and carved Chairs, in silk covering and slip cover, complete, 31s each .80 Two Occasional Chairs 12s Gd .150 One Fancy Easy Chair in Silk, \\ith slip cover 4 10 0 One Carved Easy Chair in Silk, with slip cover 600 One handsomely Carved French Lounge, with carved and moulded back, in silk as c rtains and with slip cover u 13 jo 0 One beautifully Figured Work Table 4 0 0 One elegantly Carved Chimney Glass, the plat., 50 by 60 in IS 0 O One richly Carved Clieffioneer, 5 ft 6 in long, with high plate glass back and doors, marble top, and all of best possible work 20 0 0 If GIlt Consol Table and High-glass Back,&c., in character, add £ i0. Door Mat 0 7 0 135 12 0 OAK LIBRARY. One Brussels Carpet, say 20 ft by 15 ft 6 in, best quality, made up complete 1200 Handsome Rug 1 15 0 One set of Damask Window Curtains, with stained oak pole, rings, and ends ..330 One Window Blind 0 8 0 One Oak small Coffee or Side Table 2 0 0 One Oak Wrfting Tab.e, four drawers, carved legs, leather top 6 10 0 Six Oak Chairs in Utrecht Velvet, 28s ..880 One Oak Library Reading Chair, ih Utrecht Velvet 4110 One Oak Book Range, say 9 ft long 8 ft high, tn good character, with open shelves and leather falls 10 0 0 48 19 0 STAIRS. Say twelve yards Brussels Stair Carpet, with 30 brass rods, 8:c.300 16 yards superfine stout Venetian and Rods 2 0 0 Two Wool Stair Mats 0 16 0 35 9 0 BEST BEDROOM. Handsome Spanish Mahogany four post Bed- stead AS 10s., with rich real damask hanging £8 16 10 0 Palliasse 100 Hair Mattrass, best hair 4 10 0 First quality Dantzic Feather Bed, Bolster, and two Pillows. 9 0 0 One pair Best Superior Blankets 10 0 One pair Under ditto 0 15 0 One pair of Fine Linen Sheets. 1 I 0 One Handsome White Quilt I 4 0 One set of Window Curtains t) match bed furniture .350 One Window Blind .080 One handsome Spanish Mahogany Wasbstand, upon massive scroll standards, and with marble top and back, 4 ft by 2 ft ..700 One Scroll Dressing Table to match .400 One Mahogany Dressing Glass, with marble top, best plate, &c.300 Mahogany Towel Horse 0 7 6 Mahogany Patent Bedstep Commode, herme- tically sealed pan, &c.250 Four Bedroom Chairs 0 14 0 Handsome Spanish 7 ft (5 in Mahogany full- sized Wing Wardrobe, all lined with pencil cedar fittings, all upon a large and conve. nient scale 18 18 0 If two Plate Glass Panels, add about 45s each panel extra. Best Kidderminster Carpet, fo ■ covering the room, except under the bedstead, to con- tain say 16 yds 3s 3d 2 12 0 Doot Mat 0 5 9 78 4 6 DRESSING ROOM. Carpet, say 8 yds. 1 7 0 OueChestot Mahogany Drawers .400 One Mahogany IVaslistand and Table.. 3 12 0 One Dressing Glass. I 0 o If Circular Shaving Glass, with telescope pole slip and tray, all very nicely finished, and the best clear British plate, add jEt. Two Chairs 6s, Door Mat 4s 0 10 0 Window Blind 08010 17 0 SPARE BEDROOM. One double-sized Spanish Mahogany half, tester Bedstead, large carved foot piilars, and beautifullv feathered foot board 8 10 0 Damask Curtains en suite 2 10 0 Two Set Window Curtains to match 6 0 0 One Mattrass .160 Feather or French Spring Bed, large Feathsr Bolster and two Pillows 8 8 0 One pair Blankets 20s, one pair Under ditto.. 1 14 0 One pair Linen Sheets 21s, one Counterpane 18s II9 6 One Chest very large and massive Drawers, 4 ft long by 4 ft high, moulded edge and corners, all lined with pencil cedar, and the best possible workmanship. 6 0 0 Same Size, seconds quality, £4.. One Marble Top Washstand, for two Basins 3 15 0 One Toilette Table, with handsome French stvle Muslin Drapery Cover I10 Towel Horse 0 7 0 Night Commode Steps 0 18 0 Bedside Carpet, 8 yards 150 If to cover same as Best Bedroom, add 25s. Window Blind, 8s, Door Mat 5s 0 13 0 Bidet | n 7 n r f >» SERVANTS' ROOM' Complete wnh large Double Bedstead for two 0 14 0 Pillows Bolster, and two Feather Washstand 6s, Ghss, 3s Gd J '"q « Chest of 3 ft Drawers 1 5 0 Two pair Blankets t 7s, one pair Sheets 7s 1 4 0 Two Counterpanes 0 9 0 5 16 6 SUNDRIES. One Knife Board IPs, But.er's Tray and n i 1«rd?0s •• 1 10 0 1 10 0 uaK,n alnut.or Rosewood Furniture averages about the same in cost. *VTTJ £ ii3 5 6 —An Article of similar plan, but not so large nor so wel made, can be obtained from 9 12 to zC 14, but not such as for this style of house can be recommended. OBSERVE THE ADDRESS, MESSRS. C. & W. TRAPNELL, CITY CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY MANU- FACTORY, 2, ST TAXES, BART'ON BRISTOL. FOR SALE, Furnished or Unfurnished, a First Class FAMILY MANSION, replete with every convenience, in one of the best parts of CLIFTON I DOW*. For cards to view, &c., apply as abore, [2002 MONMOUTHSHIRE RAILWAY AND CANAL COMPANY. LOANS ON DEBENTURE. THE above-named Company are ready to JL receive MONEY ON LOAN, for three, five, seven, or ten years, the rate of interest to be 24 per centum per annum, payable balf-yearly, in May and November. By Order of the Committee, GEO. HARRISON, Secretary. Newport, March 17th, 1858. [2104 LOANS ON DEBENTURES. THE Directors of the Hereford, Ross, and Gloucester Railway Company are ready to receive Tenders for Loans on Debentures, in sums of £100 and upwards, at four per cent. per annum, for such term of years as may be agreed upon. Interest is paid half-yearly, on the 1st January and 1st July, under a guarantee from the Great Western Railway Company, as a first charge upon the gross traffic of the line before the deduction of working expenses or any other outgoings. Applications to be made to JOHN NASH, Secretary. Ross, May 18, 1857. [2218 WESLEYAN METHODIST CHAPEL, COMMER- CIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. A TEA MEETING, for the purpose of enabling the Trustees to raise funds for the Clean- ing and Repairing of the above Chape], will be held at the TOWN HALL, on MONDAY, the 7th June next, on. which occasion the REY. GERVASE SMITH, of Bristol, will deliver a Lecture—subject: "The Spanish Armada." Tea at five-Lecture at seven. Tickets—Tea and Lecture, Is. 6d.—Admission to the lecture only, on payment of b. at the door. [2227 PARISHES OF LLANTILLIO CROSSENNY, LLANVAPLEY, PENROSE, A.ND TREGEAR. CO UN TY OF M ON MO U TH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a CONTRACT has been made and entered into by HENRY MORGAN CLIFFORD, of Llantillio House, near Abergavenny. in the county of Monmouth, Esquire, M.P., with "The Landowners' West of England and South Wales Land Drainage and Inclosure Company," for the Execution of Works of Drainage and Improve- ment, upon and through his several Lands, mentioned in. schedule hereunder written and that Plans of such Lands, showing the nature and extent of the said Works, are deposited with the Parish Clerks of the said Parishes of Llantillio Crosse nny, Llanvapley, Penrose, and Tie- gear, where the same are open to public inspection. And take notice, that all persons desirous of objecting to such. Works, are to give notice, within twenty-one days, to the Inclosure Commissioners of England and Wales, and to the Landowners' West of England and South Wales Land Drainage and Inclosure Company, at the Offices of the said Company in Exeter. Dated this fourth day of May, One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight. BIDWILL AND BRODIE, Clerks to the said Company. SCHEDULE. Name, &c, of Occupier. Parish. County Property or Farm. Higher White Castle..Evan Morgan Î White House.Matthew Watkins.. I Neworthen { The 8aid Evan Mor" >> S gan g rh^ci?csr110': I Trewailod Walter Davies Q Cold Harbor William Powell j o Pantigodi John Prosser I 5 CwmStinck John Welch Sunny Bank John Hicks j Cefn Livos Charles Miles 5 jj Pentwyn Francis Morgan £ Great Killough John Morgan J 2 Proth-y-pe Timothy Baylis.f Llan- a Lower Ton Edwin Webb { vapley £ |^lry Philip Lloyd 1 3 I he Glms Sarah James The Grange John Parry Llantrothy S The said Henry Mor- ol. t gaa Clifford rose Shinkin Philip Morgan Ll wyn-) gaer.J ohn .Tones.) Llwyn-y-gaer John Jones J I Lhvvn-v-gaer and 1T, T T Little Farms J The sald Jobn Joues l Tre- Llan-y-Stank The said John Parry J [2238 PARISHES OF LLANTILLIO CRO,SENNY, LLAN- YIHANGEL-YESTERNE-LLEWERNE, LLAN- BADDOCK, AND GLASCOED. COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a CONTRACT has been made and entered into by HENRY MORGAN CLIFFORD, of Llan'illio House, near Abergavenny, in the County of Monmouth, Esquire, M.P., with The Landowners' West of England and South Wales Land Drainage and Inclosure Company," for the Execution of Works of Drainage and Improve- ment upon and through his several lands, mentioned in the schedule hereunder written and that plans of snch lands, showing the nature and extent of the said works, are de- posited with the Parish Clerks of the said parishes of Llantillio Crossenny, Llanvihangel-yesterne-Lle werne, Llanbaddock, and Glascoed, where the same are open to public inspection. And Take Notice, that all persons de- sirous of objecting to such works are to give notice, within twenty-one days, to the Inclosure Commissioners of England and Wales, and to the Landowners* West of England and South Wales Land Drainage and Inclosure Company, at the Offioe of the said Company in Exe'er. Dated this fourth day of May, One thousand eight hun- dred and fifty-eight. BIDWILL and BRODIE, Clerks to the said Company. SCHEnm/R -I Name, &c of „ Property or Farm. Occupler. Parish. County. Lower White Castle. John Powell ) Park John| o ( Powell I j- o Little Killough said Henry | g t Morgan Clifford j g § Tall-y-coed William Williams Cwm John Jones I Sunny Bank John Hicks J f g ?Llanvi- g hangel- a Williams yesterne [ g Llewerne I Wernhir Leonard Reece j j „r f The said Leoaard 1 I Wernhir Reece Ulascoed Bryn William Morgan. J J [2237 PARISHES OF TREGARE, BRYNGWIN, AND LLANARTH. COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a CONTRACT has been made and entered into by JOHN ARTHUR HERBERT, of Llanarth Court, near Raglan, in the County of Monmouth, Esquire, with The Landowners' West of England and South Wales Land Drainage and Inclosure Company," for the Execution of Works of Drainage, Irrigating and improvement upon and through his several Lands, mentioned in the Schedule hereunder written and that Plans of such Lands, showing the nature and extentof the sa,id Works, are deposited with the Parish Clerks of the Parishes of Tregare, Bryngwin, and Llanarth, where the same areopen topublic inspection! And take notice, that all persons desirous of objecting to such Works are to give notice, within twenty-one days to the Inclosure Commissioners of England and Wales* and to the Landowners' West of England an t South Wales Land Drainage and Inclosure Company, at the Office of the said Company in Exeter. Dated this first day of May, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight. BIDWILL AND BRODIE, Clerks to the said Company. „ SCHEDULE. Name, &c of Pro- „ pertyorFarm. Occupier. larisli. County. ^awr Robert Moxham } rr. Court Robert William Tippins I J-regare. Clawr i Tbe said Robert t ham 5 r r> j The said William Tip- § Court Robert j j. Bryngwin g EeCoob | Cwd-y-gelly. (1239.