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[0 bt LLANTARNAM ABBEY ESTATE. LAND TO LET FOR THE ERECTION OF MANUFACTURING PREMISES. TO BE LET, adjoining the RAILROAD, at Cwmbran, several Lots of Land, with ample FRONTAGE, for the Erection of Manufacturing Premises, Ho. and the building of Workmen's Cottages. Apply to Messrs. CORN liLXXJS EVANS and SON, Valuers and Estate Agents, High-street, Newport, Monmouthshire. [1277 TO BE LET, Lai-ge and Commodious STORES, centrally situated, being contiguous both to the Shipping and Railway. —Also, a spacious STABLE and COACH-HOUSE —Apply at the SHIP AND CASTLE INN, bottom of Corn-street, Newport. [2724 TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. TOWN OF CARDIFF AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. I VALUABLE BUILDING LAND TO BE LET for a Term of 99 Years. At ROATH- Houses 01 18 ft. and 20 ft. Frontages,also Villa Frontages. At LLANDAFF—Do. „ do. „ At NORTH ROAD—Do. do. „ At TONGWINLAIS and POUTOBELLO—16ft. and 18ft. Frontages. Advances can be made to responsible partiea on the above buildings, commencing when the first floor of Joists re laid on. Apply to Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS, at his Offices, 4, Elm-street, Roath Road. ROPE WALK. A Piece of LAND TO LET for the above purpose, within ten minutes' walk of the Docks, 900 feet loni, 30 feet wide.— Applv as above. [2029 rpo BE LET, with immediate possession, 1 that desirable Family Residence, BRYNDERYN VILLA, Maindee, in the occupation of Mr. Middjeton.— Apply to Mrs. PlilCE, 18, Hill-street, Newport. [2663 O BE LET, the LARGE CELLARS under the NEW CUSTOM HOUSE, with Crane and Front Entrance, in DOCK-STREET.Apply to Mr. WM. HUNT, Park-place, Newport. [2677 TO BE LET, a convenient HOUSE, No. 14, HILL-STREET, Newport.—Apply to Mr. HOLMES, 55, High-street. [2690 O BE LET, that Old-Established CORN and PROVISION WAREHOUSE, with Cellars, No. 25, LLANAUTH-STREET, Newport, close to the River, Canal, an,1 Railway. A good Dwelling House adjoining, may be had if required. For particulars, apply on the Premises; or to Mr. JOSEPH H.LOB- BETT, System-street, Splott, near Cardiff. [2697 CAEnLEON, NEAR NEWPORT. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a very desirable detached RESIDENCE, replete with every convenience, and in thorough repair. The House contains five good bedrooms, pleasant drawing-room, dining-room, two kitchens, china pantry, two pantries, and a capital cellar. Outside-Brewbouse, stables, a good supply of water, and a very productive garden, containing about half an acre. For terms, apply to CORNELIUS EVANS and SON, Land Agents, &c.. 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook- house, Llantarnam. [2519 O BE L K T, on or before the 26th of JL JANUARY, the CARPENTERS' ARMS, double licensed public-honse, situate at Cwmcarne, half-way be- tween the Risca Steam Coal Works and the Abercarne Collieries. One of the best situations in the district.- Apply to Messrs. CROSS & MATTHEWS, Risca Brewery, near Newport, Monmouthshire. ANTED, by a Young FEMALE, a SITUATION in *a MILINERY or DRESS- MAKING ESTABLISHMENT, or any other light Business. -Apply, X.Y.Z Machen School.. NOTICES. IF the HEIR-AT-LAW of Mr. JAMES THuMAS DALTON, formerly of MAGOR, but late of CALDICOT, both in the County of Monmouth, GROCER, deceased, will, within fourteen days from the date hereof, apply to me, he may be able, upon satisfactory proof, to receive a sum of money otherwise thejamount thereof, less the expenses, will be paid into the Bank of England, to the account of the Accountant General of the High Court of Chancery, under the provisions of the Trustee Relief Acts. Dated this 5th day of January, 1859. J. K. SMITH, Solicitor, 27231 Newnham, Gloucestershire. HE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS for SATURDAY, JANUARY 8th, contains the following splendid ENGRAVINGS :—Landing of Prince Alfred at the Custom-house Stairs, Malta, The D'Eyn- court Memorial Window in Lincoln Cathedral. Bayons Manor, Lincolnshire. the Seat of the Right Hon. Charles Tennyson D'Eyncourt. SKETCHES FROM CORPU :—View of the Town and Citadel of Corfu, taken from the left of 'I the One Gun Battery; Sunday, Holiday, and Ordinary Costumes. Christmas Pantomimes (Nine Illustrations). Monument to Sir John Franklin and his Companions, in I the Painted Hall of Greenwich Hospital. Agricultural Draining Match 011 the Duke of Sutherland's Estate at Trentham, Staffordshire. View of Portsmouth. The Intermediate Paddle-shaft of the Great Eastern" steam- ship. Christmas Carnival and Revels at the Crystal Palace; Old Fat her Christmas attended by a Motley Group under the direction of the Lord of Misrule Deepdale Viaduct, on the South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway. "The Shipboy's Letter," painted by J. C. Hook, A.R.A. (from Flatou's Collection, Leggatt's Gallery, Cornhill). Also, Title and Index to Engravings in Volume XXXIII. (July to-December, 1858). With the latest Foreign and Colonial Intelligence, and all the News of the Week.—Piici5J. Stamped, 6d. Office, 198, Strand. NOTICE.—i he White Star" Clippers, comprisitlp j the largest, finest, and fastest clippers in the world, will be despatched punctually at noon of the Isi and 20th of every month. "WHITE STAR" LINE OF BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN EX ROYAL MAIL PACKETS. Q A I L I N G FROM LIVERPOOL TO MELBOURNE, SvYir On tha 1st and 20th of every Month, AND FROM tM E LBO URN E TO LIVERPOOL, On the 1st of every Month. Passengers forwarded by steamers to all parts of Aus- tralia, Tasmania, &e., at through rates, Red Jacket, M U O'Halloran White Star. C- C. Kerr PrinceoftheSeasH.A.Brown Star of the East.Gaggs Blue Jacket.Clarke Shaliiuar J. R. Brown Mermaid Jas. White Arabian .M. Gandy Beechworth Thos. Fraiu Sirocco.J Flood Cyclone Geo. Kerr Sultana Brewster AND OTHER CELEBRATED CLIPPERS. Prince of the Seas.H. A. Brown 1427.4500.Jan 20 Blue Jacket J.Clarke 1042.3500.Feb. 1 Arabten .M. Gaudy 1108..3500.Feb, 20 Passengers eaibark on the 19th and 31st January. PACKET OF THE 20th JANUARY, The very magnificent clipper "PRINCE OF THE SEAS," 1427 tons register. 4500 tons burthen, Capt. H. A. Brown. The Prince of the Seas" is one of the largest, hand- somest, and fastest clippers afloat; she was designed ex- pressly for the Australian passenger trade, and is complete in every essential for the general comfort of all her pas- sengers She has sailed, heavily laden, the extraordinary distance of 392 knots, or 431 statu-e miles, in one day, a rate of speed surpassing some of the fastest clippers afloat. Her saloons are sumptuously furnished, and supplied wita bedding, linen, piano, library, chess boards, &c. the ship also carries a cow for the use of saloon passengers. Her Becond cabins are in front of the poop, a*d fitted up i elegant and superior manner; whilst the I-etween decks are extensive, lofty, and thoroughly ligh'ed and ventila e< For Freight or Passage, apply to the owners, H.A. WILSON and CHAMBERS, 21, Water-street, Liver- pool; C N. NAISH, 29, Llanarth-street Newport or to W. H. WHITELOCK., 3, Oxford-terrace, Wwe- marsh-street, Hereford. [706 "WHITE STAR" LINE OF BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN EX-ROYAL MAIL PACKETS. 9 £ 3kk, QA I LING BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND MELBOURNE, On the 1st and 20th of every month. And forwarding Passengers by Steamers at through rates to all parts of Australia. <> PACKET OF THE 1st OF FEBRUARY, The beautiful new clipper ship BLUE. J A C K E T," Captain Clarke; 1042 tons register 3500 tons burthen. This elegant clipper is sister ship to the celebrated clippers" Mooresfort," "Genii," and Sir W. F. Wil- liams" (which made her last'passage home from Australia in 67 days), and was built expressly for this trade. Like ber companion ship the Red Jacket," she is of exquisite symmetry, her lines are remarkably sharp, and she is ex- pected to prove one of the fastest clippers in the world. Her main saloon is a magnificent apartment, fitted up with great splendour, and replete with every appliance for the luxurious enjoyment of the voyage. A piano, library, linen, bedding, chess boards, &c., aie provided for the saloon passengers, for whose use a cow is also carr ed The accommodations for second class, intermediate, acd steerage passengers cannot be surpassed. For freight or passage, apply to the owners, H. T. WILSON & CHAMBERS, 21, Water-street, Liverpool C. N. NAISH, 29, Llanarth-street, Newport; or to W. H WHITELOCK, 3, Oxford-terrace Widemarsh-street, Hereford. [2688 Iteatu Communication. Winter Arrangements On and Ajter 1st October, 1858 WATERFORD, LIMERICK, AND SOUTH OF M IRELAND. eM\1^TVILY COMMUNICATION | J (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED) BY ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. First-class Steamers (in connection with the Great West- ern and South Wales Railways), carrying Her Majesty's Mails, leave the Milford Haven Railway Pier on the arrival of the 9.30 a.m. Express Train, at 8 p.m., ands3.10 a.m. Third Class Train, leaving Paddington daily. Returning from Waterford on the arrival of the Limerick Train at 3 p.m., reaching Milford Haven, (wind and weather permitting.) so as to secure the departure of the 9.15 a.m. Express Train, reaching Paddington about 6.0 p.m., also the third class 7 5 a.m. Train to London. Apply for Tickets at the First-class Railway Stations, Great Western and South Wales Railways; of Messrs. FORD & JACKSON, 36, Cannon-street, London, and Milford Haven; or of Mr. DOWNEY, Adelphi Wharf, Waterford. Through Fares—London to Waterford, 50s., 40s., and 24s. 6d. Intermediate Stations in proportion. Milford Haven to Waterford, 1211. 6d. and 7a. 6d. Sea passage only 70 miles. Letters intended to be forwarded by this short and ex- pediitous route, must be addressed via PEMBROKE DOCK. [610 STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CORK, CARDIFF, AND NEWPORT. nPHB Cork Steam Ship Company's JL Screw Steamer OSPIiEY," 700 Tons, if n Horse-power, JOHN CROFT, Com- maiider, is intended to ply as underneath, unless prevented by any unforeseen occur- rence, with or without a Pilot, with liberty to Tow Vessels, during the month ot JAN UARY, 1858.— For CORK, from CARDIFF Saturday 1st, at 3 after NEWPORT Saturday 8th, at CARDIFF Saturday 15th, at 2 after NEWPORT .Saturday 22nd, at 7i morn CARDIFF Saturday 29th, at 2 after From CORK, for NEWPORT Wednesday 5th, at 6 morn CARDIFF Wednesday 12tli, at 8 morn NEWPORT Wednesday 19th, at 21 after CARDIFF Wednesday 26th, at 8 morn Reduced Rates and Fares may be ascertained at the Agents Offices.. Fares to Cardiff or Newport. Best Cabin, 17s. 6d.; Deck, 7s, (No Steward's Fees.)-Return Tickets, available for one Month, 27s. Horses,Carriages, Live Stock, and Goods intended for Shipment, should be alongside one hour before the time of sailing. The Company also give notice, that they will not be accountaole or Passengers' Luggage, unless the value thereof be declared, and freight paid accordingly, at the time of shipment; and that Passengers from CARDIFF must obtain their tickets at the Office before going on board. Foi Freight or Passage, apply at the Company's Office, Cork; or to Messrs. OWEN and DOWNING, Ship Brokers, Cardiff; or Messrs. BENSON and MADDOCKS, Merchants, Great Dock- stieet, Newport. [656 BRISTOL GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. nnHE Bristol General Steam Naviga- VTf\SaVI tion Comnanv's snlendid Paddle Steamer (T "TAFF," CajJjain C. WHEELER, or other suitable vessel, will ply during the ensuing Week as follows;- Bristol to Newport. Newport to Bristol. JANUARY. JANUARY. Monday 10 9} morn Saturday 8 7J mom Wednesday 12 lot morn Tuesday 11 81 morn Friday 14 12J after Thursday 13 10i morn Saturday 15 1 after To and Fro from Bristol. *„* A Waiting room is provided opposite the Landing Place at Hotwells, where Passengers are taken on board free of charge, about fifteen minutes after the time stated in the ills for sailing from Bathurst Basin. A Packet from the Hotwells to and from PORTTSHEAD daily (Sundays excepted). FARES—After Cabin, 3s.; Front Cabin, Is. 6d. Toand Fro same day, After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. Four-wheel Carriage 18s., Two-wheel ditto, or light Phaeton, 8s.; Two-wheel Carriage, or light Pheoton, drawn by one horse, with Driver, 12s.; Horse, 5s.; Horse and Rider, 6s.; Dogs, Is. each. Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges. Horses and Carriages shipped at Bathurst Basin one hour before niling, Further particulars may be obtained at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Company's Office, Quay, Bristol, where all Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c should be addressed. Bills and other information can be obtained of Mr. JOHN JONES, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells; or of Mr. R. P. JONES Rodney Wharf, Newport. Bristol to Cardiff. Water mark, near the public JANUARY. road; but no charge will be Monday 10 9i morn made for small parcels carried Wednesday 12 10} morn on shore by the Passengers. For Friday 14 11 aftei particulars, apply to Mr. T. N ■ I GEEN, Lyn Cliff Terrace. Cardiff to Bristol. J JANUARY. Bristol to Tenby & Carmarthen. Saturday 8 6 £ morn JANUARY. Tuesday 11 81 morn Thursday 13 12 night Thursday 13 10 morn Tenby only. Saturday 15 12J noon Tenby (0 BHsU>, Bristol to Bideford, Lynmouth, JANUARY. and Il/racombe. Tuesday 18 6 after JANUARY. FAREs-Cabin, 13s. Children Tuesday 11 10 morn under twelve years. 6s 6d. Ser- Friday 14 1 after vantsintheCahin,8s(including Steward's Fees.) Fore Cabin, Bxdejord, Lynmouth, and Zl/ra- ?s 6d childreu lmder twelve combe to Bristol years, 4s. Carriage, 42s; Pair- JANUARY. horsephteton,31s6d; Smallone- •r j 6^ morn horse ditto,25s Gig, 20s; Horse Wednesday 12 9 mom 20s,Dog,3s. Saturday 15 124 noon RETURN CABIN TICKETS avail From Ufracombe, weather per- able 10 days, 15s.; or 20 days, mittins, 4 hours after leaving 18s.; with the option of return- Bideford. in- by either of the Company's From Lynmouth, weather per- Steamers plying between Bristol mitting, 5 hours after leaving and Tenby, Carmarthen, Pem- Bideford. broke Dock, Cardiff or Newport. FARES -Bideford, Best Cabin, Bristol to Pembroke Dock,&Iilfordr 9s., :Fore-Cabin, 5s. Ilfracombe, and Haverfordwest. Best Cabin, 8s Fore-Cabin, 5s. JANUARY. LYNMOUTH-The above steamer Tuesday 11 10 morn calls otf Lynmouth on the\o>- Tuesday 18 5i morn age to and from Ilfracombe, FARES_cabin, 13s., Deck,7s 6d weather permitting, where a large boat exclusively employed Pembroke Dock to Waterford. is always in attendance for land- The "JUVERNA" as soon ing and e.nharking Passengers, after arrival from Bristol as on payment of Is. each. Luggage circumstances will permit. to be paid for at the rate of 6d. I FAREs.-Best Cabin, 12s. 6d. per package, delivered to High Fore-Cabin, 7s 6d. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets will not be accountable for any Cabin Passengers' Luggage (if lost or damaged) above the value of £ 2: nor for any Deck Passengers Luggage (if lost or damaged) above the value of 20s unless in each case entered as such, and freight in proportion paid for the same, at the time of delivery, nor will they be answerable for any other parcel, above the value of 40s. (if lost or damaged) un- less entered as such, and freight in proportion paid for the same at the time of delivery. 40 BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. NOTICE —A comfortable Waiting-room is provided at Rownham Ferry, and Passengers and heir Luggage are embarked and landed free of expense. rpHE New Steam Packet Com- f"b V* J- P"iy (Limited) hereby announce K )!j. fV» that their fast-sailii g Screw Steamer?, "AVON," W. HOWE, Commander; SEV ERN," T. LODGE, Commander; (unless prevented by any nnforeseen occurrence) are intended to sail as follows, during the month of JANUARY, 1S59 :— irom Bathurst Basin, Bristol. From Beaufort Wharf, Nttcpo ■( 1 Saturday—no sailing. 9 1 Saturday 2 45 after p 3 Monday 5 45 morn 3 Monday-no sailing. r 4 Tuesday 5 45 aftei P 4JTuesday 5 0 morn sailing. P 5 Wednesday. 5 15 after p 6 Thursday 7 15 sailing. M 7 Friday 7 30 morn P 7 Friday 6 45 morn P 8 Saturday. 8 15 sailing. v. 10 Monday 9 15 morn p 10 Monday 8 0 more p 11 Tuesday 945 morn M 11 Tuesday 815 morn Wednesday ..10 15 morn p 12 Wednesday 9 15 morn p 13 Thursday .H 30 morn M 13 Thursday .10 30 morn I M 14 Friday 12 45 after p 14 Friday 11 30 morn p 15 Saturday 2 after u 15 Saturday 1 0 after M 17 Monday 4 15 after p 17 Monday 3 0 after r 18 Tuesday 5 30 morn u 18 Tuesday 4 30 after 19 Wednesday—no sailing. P 19 Wednesday ..5 0 after P 20tThursday 7 0 morn P 20 Thursday. 6 0 after p 21 Friday 8 0 morn 21 Friday—no sailing. 11 22 Saturday 8 30 moru p 22 Saturday 7 0 morn p 24 Monday 9 30 morn m 24 Monday 8 45 morn x 25 Tuesday .10 0 morn p 25 Tuesday. 9 0 morn p 26 Wednesday ..10 45 morn M 26 Wednesday .10 0 mom it 27 Thursday 11 15 morn p 27 Thursday .10 30 morn p 28*Friday 1 0 after m 2S*Friday 12 0 noou M 29 Saturday. 2 0 after p 29 Saturday 1 15 after p 31 Monday 415 after M 31 Monday 15 after The days on which Passengers are taken. M Merchandise only To and From Cumberland Basin. t To and Fro from Bristol. + To and Fro from Newport. FARES .-—After Cabin, 3s Fore Cabin, Is 6d. To and Fro the same day (provided a To and Fro Ticket be taken) Ajter Cabin, is Fore Cabin, 2s.; Four-Wheel Carriage, 1138. Small Four-Wheel Carriage, 12s. 6d (rig. or Light Phceton, Ss.; Ditto, with Horse and Driver, 12s.; Horse, 5s Horse and Rider, 6s.; Dogs, \s. each.- Ret'reshme.ntsmay be had on board. Horses and Carriages must be alongside Two Hours before the advertised time oj sailinij, to ensure shipment. Goods, Carriages, and Hordes, on deck at shipper's risk. Live Stock shipped and landed at the owner's risk. Return Tickets will be issued from Saturday to Monday, at To and Fro Fares. The Proprietors give notice that they will not be accountable for Passengers' Luggage, &c and their responsibility in respect of Goods in general is restricted by the terms of a Notice affixed in their Offices at Bristol and Newport Goods regularly and and punctually forwarded by careful Cariers to all parts of the country. For conditions of Freight, apply at the Company's Offices, opposite the Seamen's Floating Chapel, Grove, Bristol, and Beaufort Wharf, Newport. As it is intended that these Packets shall start punctually at the timesrtrlvertised, the shipment of Goods per same days Steamer cannot be guaranteed unless they are longside one hour before thNOTTcE°-Thenfheapest route (via Newport and Hereford Rail- way Company) to Liverpool, Birkenhead, and places adjacent in Newport for Birkenhead and Liverpool, Jl 10 a »"d 2.30 p.ra Fares to Birkenhead-First Class, 29s 9d. second^do 21s. Third de. 12s. 4d B. M. BROWNE, Traffic Manage^ THE WORKMAN S CANDLE. DECIMAL PALM CANDLES-CHEAPER THAN TALLOW CANDLES, with two wicks, 7Jd. per lb., with one wick, 7d. per lb.. ten to the lu. These candles, though ugly, burn well, aLd without gut- tering. They are admirably adapted for all who require one which emits a great light. For Artisans, Turnets in Metal, Sempstresses, Tailors, Shoemakers, for the windows of small shops, and for persons of weak sight, where the light is of primary, and appearance of secondary ru. portance, these caudles are incornparat,le; in short, one Decimal Palm Candle, with two wicks, gives the light of three ordinary candles, and with one wick the light of two ordinary candles, and does sot require snuffing. Sold by Grocers, Candle Dealers,and Oilmen, and whole sale by PALMER & Co. (the Patentees),* Sutton-streei, ClerkenweU, London, E.C 23 [ J&OTEGL NEWPORT DISPENSARY. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Supporters of this Institution will be held (by permission of the Mayor) at the TOWN HALL, on THURSDAY, the 20th instant,, at Twelve o'clock at noon precisely, in order to receive the Annual Report, and consider the present state of the Institution to appoint Two Surgeons, Treasurer, Secretary, and Eighteen Directors, for the year 1859 and on other affairs of the Charity. J. F. THOMAS, Secretary. January 6th, 1859. [2717 PIIWATF Qotim. BRECON AND MERTHYR TYDFIL RAILWAY. CAPITAL— £ 130,000. SHARES, £10 each. DEPOSIT, 5s. per share. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. J. PARRY DE WINTON, Esq., Maesderwen, Bre- consbire. J. P. W. GWYNNE HOLFOKD, Esq., Buckland, Bre- conshire, and Kilgwyn, Carmarthenshire. HENRY THOMAS, Esq., Llwynmadoc, Breccnshire, Director of the Vale of Neath Railway. G. T- CLARK, Esq., Dowlais House, Merthyr Tydfil. The Rev. WALTER JONES WILLIAMS, of Brecon and Cui, Brecoushire COLONEL PEARCE, K.H., Ffrwdgrech, Breconshire. JOHN BOYLE, Esq., Chairman of the Rhymney Railway. (With power to add to their number.) ENGINEERS. Messrs. BIRKENSHAW AND CONYBEARE, 22 Abingdon-street, Westminster. The PLANS, SECTIONS, and BOOKS OF REFE- RENCE have been duly DEPOSITED, according to the standing orders of Parliament. Prospectuses may be obtained at the Banks of Messrs. WILKINS & CO., at BrecoD, Merthyr, and Cardiff; at the Offices of the Solicitors, Messrs. MAYBERY & Co., Brecon; and the local Solicitors, Messrs. MORGAN and SMITH, Merthyr; and Mr. C WALDRON, Cardiff; and the Secretary, JOHN WILLIAMS, Cardiff,to whom applications for Shares should be addressed. 2593] |>RECONSHIRE RAILWAY & CANAL COMPANY. CAPITAL— £ 100,000, In 10,000 SHARES of X10 each. -DEPOSIT, jEl per Share. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. JOHN PARRY DE WINTON, Esq., Maes-"] å g „ derwen, Breconshire. ° JOHN POWELL, Esq., Watton Mount, <-> £ £ » and Clydach Iron Works, Breconshire. Jj g p Rev. HUGH BOLD, Brecon. Rev. HUGH BOLD, Brecon. WALTER MAIBERY, Esq., Brecon. 0 gj g, THOMAS DAVIES, Esq., Llaugattock Court, I £ ° > Crickhowell. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Esq., Aberbaiden, El Abergavenny. J 23 S § a Colonel PEARCE, K.H., Ffrwdgrech, Brecon. JOHN EVAN'S, Esq., Old Bank, Brecon. JOHN MAUND, Esq., Duffryn Mawr, Abergavenny. WILLIAM DE WINTON, Esq., The Priory, Brecon. EDWARD DA VIES, Esq Herbert Hall, Crickhowell. The Rev. GEORGE HOWELL, Rectory, Llangattock. HENRY TOOTAL, Esq., Finchley New Road, St. John's Wood, Director of the Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford, and Worcester and Hereford Railway Companies. RICHARD W. JOHNSON, Esq., The Laurels, Edg- baston, Birmingham, Director of the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Railway Company. LIGriiTLY SIMPSON, Esq., Gower-street, Bedford- square, Director of the Eastern Counties Railway Company. With power to add to their number. BANKERS. Messrs. WILKINS AND CO., Brecon. Messrs. BAILEY, WILLIAMS, & CO., Abergavenny. ENGINEER—JAMES B. BURKE, Esq. SOLICITORS. W. T. MANNING, Esq., 20, Great George-street, West- minster. Messrs. MAYBERY, WILLIAMS, & COBB, Brecon. LOCAL SOLICITORS. B. J. GABB, Esq., Abergavenny. WM. LEWIS, Esq., Crickhowell. For Prospectuses and Applications for Shares, apply to JAMES PEIRCE, Secretary, Navigation House, Aber- gavenny. [2612 MERTHYR, TREDEGAR, AND ABER- GAVENNY RAILWAY. Capital £ 250,000, in 12,500 Shares of £ 20 each. Ca Deposit X2 Os. Od. per Share. Such Deposit, l.ss 5s. per Share towards preliminary and other expenses, to be returned, in the event of an Act of Parliament not being applied for next Session. DIRECTORS. CRAWSHAY BAILEY, Esq, M.P., Aberaman Park, Glamorganshire. JAMES CHARLES HILL, Esq., Llanwenarth House, Monmouthshire. JOHN JAYNE, Esq., Pant-y-Bailey House, Llanelly, Breconshire. EDWARDIRCHARLES CHETHAM STRODE, Esq., South Hill House, Somerset. HENRY THOMAS. Esq Lwyn Madoc, Brecknockshire, Chairman of the Quarter Sessions, Glamorganshire. SECRETARY.-A. T. GORDON, ESQ. ENGINEERS. Messrs. BIRKENSHAW and CONYBEABE, 22, Abingdon- street, Westminster. J. GARDNER, Esq., 18, Adam-street, Adelphi, London. SOLICITORS. S F. NOTES, Esq., 5, Lincoln's-inn-Fields, London. W. F. BATT, Esq., Abergavenny. LOCAL SOLICITORS. E. J. C. DAVIES, Esq., Brynmawr and Crickhowell. Messrs. MORGAN and SMITH, Merthyr and A.berdare. R. WATERS, Esq., Tredegdr. BANKERS. Messrs. MASTEEMAN and Co., 35, Nicholaa- laue London. Messrs. BAILEY, WILLIAMS, and Co Abergavenny. WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES DISTRICT BANK Tredegar. Messrs WILKINS and Co Merthyr. BROKERS. Messrs. R. & J. SUTTON, No. 22, Royal Exchange, London. TEMPORARY OFFICES. 18, ADAM. STREET, ADELPHI, LONDON. Applications for shares may be made to the Secretary, Brokers, or Solicitors. [2510 GTTISUNMTIE NOTICE. GUARDIAN FIRE AND LIFE ASSU- RANCE COMPANY, \JT RANCE COMPANY, No. 11, Lombard-street, London, E.C. DIRECTORS. HENRY HULSE KERENS, Esq Chairman. JOHN G. HUBBARD, Esq., Deputy Chairman. John Dixon, Esq. j John Martin, Esq., M.P. Francis Hart Dyke, Esa. Rowland Mitchell, Esq. Sir W. M. T. Farquhar, Bt., James Morris, Esq. M P. Henry Norman, Esq. Sir Walter R. Farquhar, Bt. Henry R. Reynolds, Esq. Thomson Hankey,Esq.,M.P. SirGodfreyJ.Thomas, Bart. John Harvey, Ellq John Thornton, Esq. John Labouchere, Esq. James Tulloch, Esq. John Loch, Esq. Henry Vigne, Esq. Stewart Marjoribanks, Esq AUDITORS. Lewis Loyd, Esq. t Henry SykesThomtonyEsq. John Henry Smith, Esq. Thomas Tallemach, Esq Secretary. Samuel Brown, Esq., Actuary, LIFE DEPARTMENT.—UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, this Company now offers to future Insurers FOUR-FIFTHS OF THE PROFITS, WITH QUIN- QUENNIAL DIVISION, OR A LOW RATE OF PREMIUM without participation of Profits. Tne next division of Profits will be declared in June, 1860 when all Participating Policies which shall have ^bsi'sted at least one year at Christmas 1859, will be allowed to share in the Profits. At the Five Divisions of Profits made by this Company, the total Reversionary Bonuses added to the Policies have exceeded i.913,000. «. i„t( A At the last valuation, at Christmas, 18o4, the Assurances in force amounted to upwards of £ 4/240,000, the Income from the Lie Branch in 1854 was more than £ 200,00 ), and the Life Assurance Fund (independent of the Guaran- tee Capital) exceeded 11,700,000. FOREIGN RISKS.—The Extra Premiums required for the East and West Indies, the British Colonies, and the northern parts of the United States of America, have been materially reduced. INVALID LIVES.-Persons who are not in such sound health as would enable them to insure their Lives at the Tabular Premiums, may have their Lives insured at Extra Premiums. LOANS granted on Life Policies to the extent of their values, provided such Policies shall have been effected a sufficient time to have attained in each case a value not under £50. ASSIGNMENTS OF POLICIES.—Written Notices of, re- ceived and registered. MEDICAL FEES paid by the Company, and no charge will be made for Policy Stamps. Notice is hereby given, that Fire Policies which expire at Christmas must be renewed within fifteen days at this Office or with the Company's Agents throughout the Kingdom, otherwise they become void. Losses caused by Explosion of Gas are admitted by this Company. AGENTS. VUWPORT JOHN CROSS. MSSX" WNIUMW-U^. Abergavenny James Goaden. Cardiff .M. Grorer. Ditto Stowe and glocombe. JJNSURMW NOTICE. ESTABLISHED 1806. COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, 50, REGENT-STREET, LONDON. CAPITAL £ 400,000. Returns paid to Policy Holders £228,600. Policy-holders are respectfully informed that the Christmas Renewals are now in the hands of the several Agents of the Company, and should be paid before the 9th of January. Farming Stock and Implements 4s. per cent. No extra Charge for Thrashing by Steam. The PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE, established in the sime Year and under the same Matfagement, has been eminently successfully. <>' POLICY HOLDERS' CAPITAL. 21,423,460. ANNUAL INCOME, £179.050. BONUSES DECLARED, 21,197560. Claims paid since the Establishment of the Office, £ 2,779,014. Agents for Newport and its neighbourhood. NEWPORT. Mr. W. DANIEL. Abergavenny Mr. John Daniel. Brecon Mr. T. Evans. Carmarthen and Pembroke Mr. W. Hulm. Haverfordwest Mr. J. Sais. Hereford Mr. C. Beunetfc. Monmouth Mr. E. Richards. Swansea. Mr. J. Hore. 2686 <9 otim. EAST INDIA HOUSE, Dec. 31, 1858. ^S^HE Secretary of State for India in Council JL publishes, for the information of th« holders of Indian Government promissory notes, and of proprietors of transfer loan property, who may not be resident in India, the fol'owing notifications, which have been issued by the Government of India, and published in the Calcutta Gazettes Extraordinary" of the 12th and 19th November, 1858, respectively:— "NOTIFICATIONS. "Fort William Financial Department, the 12th Nov. 1858. "No. 61. The holders of the Indian Government Promissory Notes are hereby informed that, from and after the 1st of December, 1858 interest on their Promissory Notes will be made payable, if desired, at the East India-house in London, by bills on demand on the General Treasuries of Calcutta and Madras, subject to the rules and regulations at present in force, or that may hereafter be issued by the RL:ht Hon. the Secretary of State for India, or by this Government. 2. When holders of notes in Calcutta desire that the interest thereon should be made payable by bills issued in London, they must present their notes at the office of the Accountant-General to the Government of India, where an enfacement will be made on each of the notes in ques- tion, as follows :— Interest payable in London by draft on Calcutta (or Madras, as the case may be). "3. Notes presented for enfacement at Bombay and Madras will be forwarded to the Accountant-General to the Government of India at this Presidency, by whom the notes, after enfacement and registry, will be returned to the Presidency whence they were sent, for delivery to the holders. "4 Notes presented for enfacement in India will be double-numbered, for transmission, if desired, by halves, in order to facilitate the issue of a duplicate in case of loss by transit. A fee of one rupee will be levied for the transfer enfacoment and double numbering. "5. On presentation of the transferred notes at the East India-house, on or after the dates* on which the inte- rest falls due on the different Loans, drafts for the interest then payable will be granted on the General Treasury of Calcutta or Madras, after due examination and check of the notes. ( Interest payable quarterly on dif- 1st 4 per Cent. Loan of) ferent dates, varying with the 1824-25 (Sicea) date of original subscription to (. the Loan. 2nd 4 per Cent(Sicca) of > n- tt 1828-29 i 3rd 4 per Cent. (Sicca) of ) Interest payable— 1832-33 J 1st May and 1st November. 4th 4 per Cent. 1835-36 31st March and 30th September. 5th 4 per Cent. 1842-43 1st February and 1st August. 3A per Cent. 1853-54 28th February and 31st August. 6th 4 per Cent, 1854-55 30th June and 31st December. 5 per Cent. Public f Works Loan of 1854- ^31 st March and 30th September. 65 ) 41 per Cent, of 1856-57 28th February and 31st August. 5 per Cent. of 1856-57. 28th February and 31st August. "6. Whenever holders of such notes may require inte- rest to be made again payable in India, the notes must be presented to the East India-house, with an application to that effect to the Right Hon. the Secretary of State, who will cause the previous eufacements to be cancelled, and a fresh enfacement entry to be made on each note as follows INTEREST PAYABLE IN INDIA.' 7. Holders of promissory notes in London, on which interest is payable by draft on Calcutta, may require drafts on Madras in lieu, 01 vice versd. This object will be effected by a cancellation of the previous enfacement on the notes, and by a fresh enfacement entry to be made in London. 8. Every applicant, upon sending in a note for enface- ment, must in his application state that he agrees to be bound by the rules which, for the time being, may be in force relative to notes enfaced for payment of interest in England. 9. Whenever application is made by the endorsee of a note for the payment of interest in England by drafts on the General Treasury at Calcutta or Madras, the applicant must have his note previously renewed in his own name. Any endorsement made in India of an enfaced note will not be recognised in England. 10. Interest payable in Sicca Rupees will be paid in England by bills for the equivalent amount in Company's rupees, at the rate of Company's rupees 106-10-8 for every 100 Sicca Rupees. 11. Any charge incurred in England on account of stamps must be borne by the holders of the promissory notes, and must be paid at the India-house, on application for drafts. "12. Enfaced notes will be received at the East India- house, for renewal or consolidation or sub-division, and will be sent out from thence to Calcutta, a receipt being given to the holder of the notes. The new notes, when received from India, will not be delivered except upon the production of the receipt, and payment of a fee of 2s for each new note, and the amount of postage levied on the notes in transmissson to and from India. "13. No duplicate of a lost note, enfaced for payment of interest in England, will be issued until notice of such loss, and of an application having been made for a duplicate, has been advertised in three successive issues of the London Gazette, and also of the 'limes, or such other newspaper as the Right Hon. the Secretary of State may direct, in addition to the advertisements in India required by the rules for the time being in force in India and such duplicate will not be granted except at the Loan Office in Calcutta, and to the person nominated by the Home Authorities to receive the duplicate. 14. In all other respects the rules for the time being in force in India, relating to the issue of duplicates of lost notes will be applicable to enfaced notes. 15. Interest will be payable only to the legal holder of a note, and no trust will be recognised. By order of the Hon. the President in Council, (Signed) C. HUGH LUSHINGTON. Secretary to the Government of India." "Fort William, Financial Department, the 19th Nov.,1858. No. 63. "With reference to the Notification from this depart- ment, No. 61, dated the 12th instant, it is hereby notified that the Right Hon. the Secretary of State or India has determined to extend to proprietors of Transfer Loan Pro- perty, registered on the books in India, the advantage which is enjoyed by the holders of notes of the Four per Cent. Loans, of subscribing to the Five per Cent. Loan, half in cash and half in Transfer Loan security. By this arrangement, holders of Transfer Loan property, registered on the London books, will have the option, by transfer to the India books, and by then subscribing to the Five per Cent. Loan, of availing themselves of the grants in Eng- land of bills for interest on Indian Loan securities, in com- mon with other creditors of the Indian Government. No. 64. Whereas doubts have been entertained as to the con- struction of paragraph 9 of the Notification No. 61, issued from this department on the 12th instant, xelatiye to the payment of interest on Indian Government promis- sorv notes at the East India-house in London, by bills on the Treasuries of Calcutta and Madras, it is hereby notified that the application mentioned in paragraph 9 of that Notification is the application for enfacement referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3, and that endorsements made in England of enfaced notes will be recognised in England. By order of the Hon. the President in Council, (Signed) C. HUGH LUSHINGTON, Secretary to the Government of India. J. COSMO MELVILL. EAST INDIA HOUSE, DEO. 31, 1858. B BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INDIA IN COUNCIL. rHE FINANCE, HOME, and PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that they will be ready, on or before FRIDAY, the 14th January next, to RECEIVE PROPOSALS, in writing, sealed up, from such Persons as may be willing to Supply pLATE AND SHEET-IRON Also, BRITISH IRON and that the conditions of the said contracts (two in number), may be had on application at the Secretariat Office, where the proposals are to be left any time before Eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the said 14th of January, 1859, after which hour no tender will be received. i J. COSMO MELVILL. TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND HEADS OF FAMILIES i T) ATENT LENTILIZED COCOA JL is superior in nutritious element to all others, being easy of digestion, is better adapted for a Qr^g beverage than either Tea or Coffee. Copies of tbe r of Professor Letheby aud Dr. IIassail, on the in from properties of the Lentilized Cocoa, may be exclusive Taylor Brothers, Cocoa Merchants, London (the exclusive Manufacturers of the article), and als° selling pal Grocers throughout the Kingdom, who g the Lentilized Cocoa in Canisters at Is. 6d per lb., and a superior Lentiliaed Chocolate at 2s. per 1 ■ — t. V None is genuine unles SIGNED TAYLOB BBO- XHJIB8. [261Ó DANCING AND CALISTHENICS. MISS PRICE begs to iaform her friends that her JUVENILE CLASS will RE-COMMENCE on WEDNESDAY, 26ih January. Schools attended, and Private Lessons given at her Residence, as usual. 18, Hill-street, Newport. [2719 3. VICTORIA-PLACE, NEWPORT, MON. MISS HALL'S BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL will be RE-OPENED on MONDAY, January 17th, 1859. [2712 HILL.STREET, NEWPORT \TRS. SPENCER'S SCHOOL RE-OPENS XtJL on TUESDAY, the 11th inst LADIES' SCHOO L~ 5, CLIFTON-PLACE, NEWPORT, MON MRS. SIMONNEFS SCHOOL WIN RE- OP KN on THURSDAY, 20th instant. Mons. SMONNET. Graduate of tha University of Paris, gives Leasona in Ancient and Modern Languages, and Drawing. Scbools and Families attended. [2716 MATHEMATICAL AND COMMERCIAL ACADEMY. jVf ROBARTS will Re-open his 17th day of JAN., 1859. N.B. A limited number of Boarders taken. 28, Llanarth-street. [2721 THE Duties of Mrs. CHARLES TASKER'S JL EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT for a select class of YOUNG LADIES, will be Resumed on THURSDAY, the 27th instant. Drayton Villa, Main lee, near Newport, Jan. 6. [2715 \/T IS S^V AUG HA N' S SCHOOL WILPRE- 111. OPEN on WEDNESDAY, the 2Gth of January 1859. Adamsdown, Cardiff, Dec. 30th, 1858. r2713 CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL BOARDING SCHOOL, WESTON GROVE, BATH. v C. CLIFFT AND SON, PRINCIPALS. THE Duties of this ESTABLISHMENT will be Resumed on JANUARY 15Ji, 1859. Pros- pectuses on application. 2705 SUMMER HILL HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES. ST. GEORGE'S, NEAR BRISTOL, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. (Conducted by Mrs. SANDERSON.) A/F RS. SANDERSON respectfully announces ItLL to the Public and her Friends, that the duties of her School will be Resumed, D.V., the 18th of JANUARY 1859. [2703 EDUCATION BY THE SEA. IVesfon-Super-ilfare is pleasantly situated on the SoUth West Coast of the Bristol Channel, and enjoys the repu- tation of being one of the most healthy towns in England. AT MRS. WHITE'S Establishment, young ladies are, on Christian principles, carefully instructed in all the essentials of a sound English Education, and those accompli-hraents usually taught in a first-olass School. The best teachers are engaged, both Native and Foreign three, besides the principals, are residents. Able masters attend. The house is very commodious, and replete with con- veniences, affording, with kind treatment and a liberal board, every facility for the health and comfort of its inmates. Terms, references, &c., on application. An opening for an Articled Pupil School RE-OPENS (D.V.), January 17th. The Crescent, Weston-super-Mare. [2706 THE EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISH- T MENT for YOUNG LADIES, conducted by Mrs. WILLS and Miss WILLIAMS, at No. 3, GRANBY HILL, CLIFTON, will Re open on TUESDAY, the 18th JANUARY, 1859, when there wid be vacancies for a few Pupils to supply the places of those who have just completed their education. References to ministers and the friends of former and present pupils. Terms, which are moderate, upon application. [2720 RPHE PROPRIETARY SCHOOL X HEREFORD. J. J. LOMAX, HEAD MASTER, (Late Organising Master under the National Society in the Diocese of Hereford.) MONS W. P. ERNST, (Professor of Modern Languages ) Head Master's Assistant. MR. D. >YS:ES, (St Mark's College,) Second Master. MR. J. ROBINSON, (Chester College,) Lecturer on Chemistry and Machinery. MR. R. B. BUSTIN, (Government School of Art,) Drawing Master. Boarders, B30 per annum. School will Re-open on the 22ud instant. [2714 LONG AS iTON, NE YR BRISTOL. AXES. HOB DELL AND DAUGHTERS ItJL receive a limited number of YOUNG LADIES to BOARD and EDUCATE. The course of Instruction includes every requisite of a finished English Education, with superior advantages for the attainment of Music, Singing, and the Modern Languages. The Pupils enjoy all the comforts of Home, and the conRtant companionship of the Principals. The present Vac will terminate on the 22nd inst. Long Ashton, January 1st, 1859. 2704 EDUOATJüN. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. AFTER the CHRISTMAS VACATION, the OTT.ERY ST MARY SCHOOL will be removed to ]F ULLANDS HOUSE SCHOOL, TAUNTON. Fullands House is beautifully situated in about Twenty Acres of its own Grounds, one mile from Taunton. It is rep!ete with eve y accommodation, having large and well ventilated School-rooins, and excellent Dormitories, a dry Play-ground, and a Field of several acres in extent, for Cricket, &c.; an excellent aud safe Bath, supplied from a running stream in fact, every convenience necessary for a First-class School. After the 1st January, all communications are requested to be addressed to Fulland's Home, Taunton The School will RE-OPEN on the 24th JANUARY, 18;)9. Prospectuses, containing an exposition of tne system, a view of the Houso, and a p'an of the estate, will be tor- warded on application and references given to Gentlemen residing in Monmouthshire and South Wales, whose sons are now in the School. WILLIAM REED, PRINCIPAL, 2652] Licentiate of the ltoyal College of Preceptors. BLENHEIM HOUSE ACADEMY, LEA. (Distant from Gloucester, ten miles Ross, five.) Conducted by Mr. IRVING, F.S.A., and Competent Masters for every department. At this Establishment, noted for salubrity of situation, Young Gentlemen are prepared for the Learned Profes- sions, Military Colleges, and Commercial Pursuits, ine course of instruction embraces the Greek and Latin Classics, French ( which is taught generullij, and without any extra charge), by a resident master, native of France; German, Mathematics, Music, Writing, Drawing, Practi- cal Land Surveying, Merchants' Accounts, &c., &c. The system ot tuition is cakulaU-d to ensure the pupil's rapid progress in his studies. The prominence is given to religion which its importance demands. Reports of con- duct and progress are issued quarterly, and rewards periodically distributed—by which, and other means, a spirit of emulation is excited, and the full powers of the youthful mind are drawn into action, without any recourse "SKX'SlT" paid io the liejltb «>a comf»r> of tb.,r cbilJr.o a. tlie domestic arrangements are on the most liberal scale. To avoid unnecessary expense in the supply of printed books when preferred, a small charge ouly will be made for the use of such as may be required. The premises being only half a mile distant from the MitcholdeanStationof the Hereford, lioss, and Gloucester Railway, are of easy access to pupils tr-i veiling by the South Wales Line. Distance from the Grange Junction five miles. A Prospectus and View of the House, with 'nclusive Tern s, if required, which are extremely moderate, will be forwarded on application, by letter, to the Principal, 79, Queen's-road West, Chelsea, London, until the 20th "f January, when the duties of the school will be resumed NUMEROUS REFERRNCES. [2692 ESTABLISHED 1838. COLLEGE SCHOOL, GLOUCES/1* HBAD MASTER-The Rev. HUGH FOJ?^, M-A j late Fellow of Sidney Sussex College Abridge, and Rev. HUBERT HALVES, SCJS&OL will RE-OPEN I on TUEsDA^' 1st. I on TUESDAY February lst. The system of the Scb^desiped for the preparation NF T>RIR„ F,.R TIL(, TTNiv«R *OR Professional and MercAQ- IHE AND CAMBRK,=E ^an'^ Second Masters receive BOARDERS, and they b"^8t ^re8e^ » limited number of VAC AN- Gardens, Gloucester, Dec. 30th, 1858. [2698 College EDUCATION IN FRANCE. PEN SI ON NAT S T E. BAR5'' ESTABLISHED 1830. JL ESTABLISRED 1830. At Gravelines, near Calais. ,• Conducted by Mons. SELANGUE, Mernbeiealthy, University of France. Home comforts. Situatio on the sea-side. Terms moderate. ,frjENSON, For Circulars and References, address ^cjal-street • Dock-street. Mr. HUGH MORGAN, Com' offic0 Mr > Mr. J. M. SCOTT, "■ Lancashire' Clifton-place. It WILKES, Stow-hill; Mr. PICKFO*- f Newport. Receive Parents 'r v Mons. SELANGUE is prepare^ tion> or rect/ve a Guardians, in order to afford HOTEL, N^W" d names of Pupils, at the WHSX anuary 13tll) j^tween b PORT, until THURSDAY NB*LY. | FCUE bour* of Eleven aud XTX GTURTTOTT. IMPORTANT AND UNRESERVED SALE OF First-Class ENGRAVINGS, in Maple and Gold Frames and a Valuable Library of BOOKS. jVTESSRS. CORNELIUS EVANS & SON HAfr WiS SULR; B(R FACTION at the OLD MASONIC MALL, 15, High-street, Newport, on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, the 25th and 26th davs of January, 1859 a Splendid Collection of 60 FIRST.CLASS PICTURES and MODERN MAPS all Elegantly Frametl and a ChoIce Library of 500 VOLUMES OF VALUABLE RM ,COMPRLSLNG LN ALT branches of literature. Phe whole will be ou view the day before the Sale. Catalogues may be obtained a Week before the Sale on application to the Auctioneers. The Sale will commence each day at Two o'clock pre- cisely, and there will be no reserve. UCTJONEERS' Offices, 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook House, Llantarnam. [2718 ELIGIBLE INVESTMENTS \T-K- J- BOTHOMLEY will SELL BY J-TA. AUCTION, at the KING'S HEAD HOTEL, New- port, Monmouthshire, on WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of JANUARY. 18.59, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon pre- cisely (subject to such conditions as shall be then and ther« produced), the following very desirable PROPERTY ana Policy of Assurance :— LOT I.-All that convenient RESIDENCE, called CLAREMONT COTTAGE, together with the several Pieces or PARCELS of Land adjoining thereto, containing by esti- mation acres or thereabouts, as also a SMALL COTTAGE, respectively situate, lying, and being in the Parish of Malpas, in the County of Monmouth, and, except the small cottage, now in the occupation of Mr. Wm. Jones. until the 2nd February next. The above Properties (except about seven acres of the land, held from year to year, at jE15 per annum) are held under lease for 21 years from the 2nd day February, 1850t at the yearly rent of £40, and produce an entire rental of JE69 per annum. I ,LO°OT IT:A TP0LI £ .Y OF ASSURANCE, numbered L,BZZ, of the Lancashire Assurance Companv, bearing date the 23rd day of January, ]S56, on the life of a person now aged 48 years, for the sum of JElOO, subject to the RIMEC™ °F £ 3 4J- For further particulars, applv to the AUCTIONEER or to Mr. R. J. CATHCART, Solicitor, Dock-street, Newport. [2680 j"1*- T. E. REECE is instructed to SELL P AUCTION, in the Large Room at the THREE L-RANES INN, Pontypool, on WEDNESDAY next, January 1Z, at half-past Two precisely, between 40 and 50 First- class ENGRAVINGS, excellently framed and glazed. Amongst them are Indian Proofs of Weighing the Deer Nelson on board the Sun Joseph, Meeting of Wellington and Blucher, Crossing the Ferry, The Soldier's Dream, Saturday Night, Sunday Morning, and various others, including two splendid Engravings of her Majestv Opening the Exhibition of all Nations, Wellington in his Robes as Chancellor of Oxford, Acquittal of the Seven Bishops, &c.. May be seen any time between this and the day of Sale. Auctioneer's Office, Cross. Pontypool, Jan. 4th, 1859. PEMBREY, CARMARTHENSHIRE. 500 FAT SHEEP. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at PEMBREY, near the Railway Station, on MONDAY, the 17th. of Janmrv 1859, FIVE HUNDRED FAT SHEEP, nearly all Wethers, in prime condition,consisting of South. Down and cross-bred Sheep weights from 121bs. to 261bs per quarter. -Also, a few WELSH SHEEP. Nine Days' Keep allowed, if required. I Sale to commence at Half-past One o'clock precisely. ELM. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT 92 ELM TREES, numbered from 1 to 92 with red paint, situate on Green Street Farm, in the parish of Redwick, in the county of Monmouth. Mr. Edward Rosser, Summer Leaze Common, near the Farm, wiU show the said Elm. For further particulars, apply to Mr. WILLIAM BAKER, St. Brides, Netherwent, Monmouthshire. CRICKHOWELL, BRECONSHIRE. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, a FREEHOLD MESSUAGE. SHOP, GARDEN, YARD, WAREHOUSE, and BLACKSMITH'S SHOP, situate in BRIDGE-STREET, Crickhowell, formerly oc- cupied by Mr. Edward Burfield, deceased. The above Premises are substantially built, and adapted to carry on a large business, and will be sold at a mode- rate value. For particulars, apply to Mr. T. M. LLEWELLIN, Solicitor, Newport, Mon. or to Mr. E. J. COX DAVIES, Solicitor, Crickbowell. [2709 .t OST—A Small SPANIEL BITCH, aged | about two years. Colour, yellow AND white, anf}. bushy tail. Whoever will bring the same to Mr. CHARLES PHILLIPS, William IV., or to the Garth, Bassalleg, shall be handsomely rewarded. In a few days will be published, VOLUME XXXIII. of tlie ILLUSTRATED V LONDON NliYVS, elegantly bound in cloth, gilt, price 18s.; in paper covers, 13s. Containing Twelve Coloured Engravings, and Illustrations of the most im- portant Events that have occurred during the past six months Covers for Binding the Volume, 2s. 6d.; Reading Cases, 2s. Portfolios, for preserving the numbers, 4s. LOANS AND MORTGAGES. TO Gentlemen, Merchant?, Farmers, and Tradesmen. £ 6,000 is ready to be lent in sums of J6100 and upwards, for any period up to Five Years, upon personal and other security. Also, E101,000 upon Mort gages, in sums to suit the convenience of borrowers; Apply to W. ANSON, Esq., 36, Southampton-buildingfij Chancery-lane, London. EXTRAORDINARY SENSATION! HUNDREDS TURNED FROM THK DOORS EVERYWHERE- TOWN HALL, PONTYPOOL; ALSO, AT CARDIFF, IN A FEW DAYS. ISS MONTAGUE will give her Al Wonderful MESMERIC ENTERTAINMENT. Ask your friends at Newport what they think about this clever young Lady's doings there. SEE THE BILLS. DR DE JONGH. (Knight of the Order of Leopold of Belgium.) LIGHT-BKOWN COD LIVfiK OIL, Prescribed bv the most eminent Medical Men throughout th. world as the safest, speediest, and most effectual remedy for cossr:JIPTIOS, BKON'CHITIS, ASTHJfA, GOUT, RHEUMATISM, NRURALGIA DISEASES OF THE SKIS, INFASTH.E WASTING, RICKETS, GENKBAt. DEBII.ITY, AND AtL SCROFULOUS AFFECTIONS. DR. DLi JONOtl'S OIL is the most efficacious, the most palatable, and. from its rapid curative effects, un- questionably tlie most economical of all kinds, its unmeasurable therapautic superiority over every other variety is established by innumerable testimonials from Physicians and Surgeons of European reputation. SELECT MEDICAL OPINIONS:— A B. GRANVILLE, ESQ M.D., F.R.8. Author of the "Spas of Studd*n. Death? &c., Ac. Dr Granville has found that Dr. De Jongh s Oil produces the desired effect in a shorter time than others, and that it does not cause the nausea and indigestion too often consequent on the ad« ministration of tlie PALE Oils.' CHARLES COWAN, Esq., M.D., L R C S.E Senior Physician to the Royal Berkshire Hospital, cAe., e. '• Dr. Cowan is glad to fiud that the Profession «ome rea- sonable guarantee for a genuine article, and wip,*E8 DR. de Jonga every success in his meritorious undertaltii^" R. D. EDGCUMBE^F1" M.D., J Surgeon to the Royal Disp<^7■ 0n^' J « I have used Dr. de JONGH'^( F, LLJER Oil in my own family with marked success, and b?*EVE LTTO BE in its effects superior to every other preparation OA,J OVT_ ILT IMPK'< VL Half-pints, 2s. 6d.; Pints, 4s. 9d. | Quarts 9^lapsul«<* ANL Celled with DA. DE JONOH'S signa- Ure WITHOUT <ICU -V0« CAS POSSIBLY BE GENUINE, by res- pectable. ChemI,,TS' V SOLE CONSIGNEES, ANSAR. **ARFORD, & CO., 77, STRAND, LONDON, W.C. Purer ers "re solicitously cautioned against proposed mbiti• tuHaf*' as "tey proceed from interested motives, and will in- jai*oly result m disappointment to the purchaser. (2722 FTY gVurti0# ANNOUNCED ITF THIS DAY'S MERLIN. By Mr. J. BO CII0MLEY—Property, *;(, a* the Kintft Head Hotel, January12. ov By Messrs. CORNELIUS EFANS & *ON ■Engrav- ing. Books, tj1' °l' ^sontc Hail, Neuport, January %>and2o. 500 Fat Sheep, at Janmj '• 1{. VIR T P REECE—Engravi)*™ Three Cranet, -^uary 12, | POPUFCA» LIKORS.—-A ^SCT»IEVOUS and dangerous error TO° prevalen." EVEN AT the present time, is THE IMPR JIS^ON T^AT Cod^LVER OIL fit for medical purposes CAO BE PRODUCT FR°NI every species of cod fish. PRae Jongh'S res'FRC'LES have entirely dissipated this FUSION from thvallnds of scientific and well-informed nedical men, W' WHOM, on the Continent and in Great Britain, Dr. *E "°ngh's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil is held in the B'S^EST repute, as the only Oil that can safely and iertaiøly be depended upon for its uniform purity and MARFC^OUS efficacy in the treatment of consumption, broncbILLS> asthma, rheumatism, skin diseases, and mallyother painful disorders. Upon this subject the Lai*et> the highness English authority, observes:- ,-the composition of genuine Cod Liver Oil is not so ,ilnple a.s might be supposed. Dr. de Jongh gives the 'reference to the light-brown over the pale oil. In this oetcrence we fully concur. It is certain that oils vhich are anything but the oil of the cod, are often sold .s such. We have carefully tested a specimen of Dr. ie Jongh's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil. We find it to ie genuine, and rich in iodine and the elements of bile." « [2722. J| T