4, If thou would'st fair TINTERN view aright Go visit it by the p,ale moon-light! (For the gay beams of gladsome day Gild but to flout the ruin gray). Then go—but go alone the while— 'Then view St. Mary's ruin'd pile And, home returning, soothly swear, Was never scene so sad, so fair.
'i: f" £ V°m.e Prli0!ld column,though alone, KAGLAND hath propp'd • tottering throne. Now- u the .lately column broke. The beacon light is quenched in amok* The trumpet'ssilver sound is (till The warder silent on the hill
St. Pferre Park Farm, Monmouthshire. Important Sale of Twenty-five head of vlimbic Horned Cattle, of the pure Durha™hr*edjiJ*: Feeding and Stock Sheep, Seven Cart Horses Pigrs/, Farm Implements, Hay, Apples, o a oes, 9 ■jyrR. PARSONS begs to annQuneethathei8 directed by JVJL the Proprietor (who is giving up Farming), iv TO SELL J3Y AUCTION, .On the Premises at the St. Pierre. Parko^r°^UERI,AY Th ^d^fESDM>;lJAffiYopCOWS, STEERS and > The whole of the superior DAliiiu COWS, Cart, HEIFERS, Three Year Old BULL, tat :SBS [ heifers^two fyerr^ir'sTecrrt^^Teavling heifers, fifty-four I faTwetC ten fit ewes, sixty-four stock ev^=, « £ f two voung sheep, one entire cart liorse, five cart geldm0s>, >; cart mare, one yearling cart colt, four fat pigs, t\\o :sows row, one sow and pigs, six store pigs. one P a > J carts stone carriage, cart harness, implements of husbandij, cider'casks and tub's, eider cloths, about 300 bags apples, quan- tity of potatoes, two ricks of excellent hay, containing alout twenty-five tons in each rick, to be removed 0^he prem ses > the Sheep young and sound, and the Horses sound. black col- v*ale a more useful Stock, or one more « 01 thyM CaSogLs™^ de?c|tive partWlars', maybe had on application to the Auctioneer, Crick Cotta0e. MonmouthsMrc.Comt of Sewers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, mHAT a GENERAL COURT and SESSIONS of SEW ERS, I for the Levels of the Hundreds of Caldicot and Wentlooge, in the county of Monmouth, will be held at the house of John Lloyd, commonly called or known by the name of the KING S U t» INN in the town of NEWPORT, 111 the said County, 011 THURSDAY', the THIRTEENTH day of NOVEMBER next, at the hour of Twelve o'Clock at Noon, when and where all Juro^ Surveyors, and other Officers of the Court, as well as all nlrsons who shall have business thereat, are required to ilttena early, that the time of the Court may not be unneces- W,SrtieltaMesd^th day of October, 1845. Dated this aa) a. WADDINGTON, Clerk. I tv v Eristol, Newport, and Clicpstow Steam Packets. THE SWIFT AND USK, ARE INTENDED TO Pl.Y Ensuing Month between BRIS'lOL and NEWPO 101 lows From the Hotwelh, Bristol. From Newport. Q D morn, after. | morn, after. °> Saturday 0 12 i 8, Saturday 10 0 Monday 0 14 10, Monday 0 I to, ^^day 0 2g 11, Tuesday 0* 2 Wednesday 0 3 12, Wednesday 0 3 ^sday 6 0 13, Thursday 0 3j i, ir "l^ay gj 0 14, Friday 0 4 Saturday 7 0 Vo, Saturday 0 4} Monday 8 0 17, Monday 64 0 io' 2"uesday 8* 0 18, Tuesday 7 0 L on „ ednesday 9 0 19, Wednesday 7 0 HL £ "> Thursday 9* 0 20, Thursday 7| 0 fnday lOi 0 21. Friday 8 0 ■HP> Saturday 11 0 22, Saturday 0 Iteoedey 0 1 24, Monday 104 0 Tuesday 0 2 25, Tuesday 12 0 Wednesday 0 2i 26, "Wednesday 0 1 Thursday 0 24 27, Thursday 0 2 ■&jg& Friday 0 3 28, Friday 0 2J ■fflg^^aturdayg Q 29, Saturday 0 3s ppjBBlta: After-Cabin^ 2s; *Cabin. %'Fore Deck, 6<| Four-wheel Carnage, IWij Two-wheel dittd^of e S k «tel0» fo» Oue Korse, 8s?, if Jor Two Horses, 10s.; Hors^„ '• l^o-whwet 'Csuriiage, or light PtiaHon drown by one fseonly, watl OnePass^ger, 12^5RlJer' 6s> Refreshments oh 'A* B„lT J^ehouse^ibr Receiving Goods, Fac KflResyPa^HOTi «Cv, llotwells ^e^c'Slleet» Bristol, and Rownhamlwharf,' Goods, Packages, Parcels. &c., for Newport, and the neigh- tourhood. are revived and carefully Shipped, free of extra Ind reeularlv and Dunctuall* forwarded. Z/.S-Co.ch<.S daily b.t»ee» th« H'^cesand NTewnfirf j>lr'dega/Iron Works, through Abercarue, Nfwbri^'aJ'i a hranchf,ovi KeXuL^e toNantyglo,- A Coach ly between these pbcesandNewP°rt- I THE FAST-SAILING IRON STEAM PACKET T' THE WYE W III ply between BRISTOL and CHEPSTOW daily du.ing thf» ensuing week, Fares— Af,» r>«V,n 3s ■Fore Deck, Is. 6d. To and Fro *he samo J ^4 H To and Fro Ticket is taken,) Afer Cabin 5, PV (PnVK 2s 6d Children under Twelve Year. °' A?e fialf0rei Doc's 1s• each. Four wheel Carriage, wilh ^fuf,pnu' « 15s Two-wheel Carriage, or Light C„o;,shwo;'byHrriiS. -'«<«»* *<*■«»». i aDdrRid,fI;Sine and Booking Packages, Parcels Bu°rWharf! Redcliff-'treei, Bristol, and Rownham W'tef'uH°twells* r .he above Packets g.ve NOTICE, that »l,o Proprietors of the a Passenger s Luggage, «hey vvjn not be accountable.loi Package> or Par. lor will they be answeiabl Booked at either of then cet. (if Lost or Damaged,) unless the value of 40g Offices, in Bristol or Newpo1 ;d thg time o( booking. STFAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ( BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. [ THE NEW STEAM l1A5^Tr ^^A^V^ci^W f BUILT SCHOONERS, PROPELLED BY THE SCRL THE AVON AND SEVERN, Are intended to tail during the month ^^rtt B^sin BrUto' From Beaufort Wharf, Newport. From Batlmrst bas.n, m 8, Saturday 10°" 8' Satu^ 124 ° "10, Monday 0 1 ^Monday 0 3 to' ^rieldayi S 2A 12 Wednesday 5ft 0 1?' ^ednrday 0 3 13 Thursday 6 0 lT 5h"rsday n 4 H Friday 64 0 J^wLy 0° 44 15, Saturday 7 0 is }*0Tify S 18, Tuesday 8 0 V 1Q' w'73a^ v 7* 0 W, Wednesday 8J 0 v I*, Wednesday 7 2o, Thursday 9 0 .IV' ihursday Z* n 21, Friday 10 0 £ 1, Friday » „ 22, Saturday 10^ 0 22, Saturday U oa *T J lii 0 24> Monday 0 1 of' ^onday Toioon 0 25, Tuesday 0 2 A Tuesday 12 noon 26> Wednesday 0 3 26, Wednesday 0 27> Thursday 0 3} P oo* Thursday 0 g 28> Friaay f>\ 0 OQ' Jrida? ;U 29, Saturday 6 0 a, Saturday 0 ,onne(i by these Boats usually under 1 he voyages are p es are made> two hours, and *• Fore Cabin, Is.; Children under 12 v*!arCSr >11 nrice; »ogs,6d.; Carriages (including sliip- Vears of age, halt P1' fc-^ir wheel, liis.; Two Wheel, 10s.; Ping and landing i-harg y Horses each, J>s.; Horse Light I'haeton or Gig and Horse, 12s. j and ltider 6a. All Luggage Shipped and Landed by the Servants, SndT'i'ea«8«. Hisca, Abercarne, Cwm Ce y"» (h'py not be accountable for The Proprietors give noti resp0nsibility in respect Passengers' Luggage, 6cc., h terms o( a jsiotiee affixed Goods in ceneral is «»tnL^S, ort. their Offices, at Bristol and "e, pcuMBKRLAND BASIN. Passengers landed and sb'^Pp-ii pnllv attends the arrival and An Omnibus to and from V g despatch of the Steamers.. An Omnibus to Usk, Caerleon,and Auerg 10 oonnec lion with the Steamers. „iiv forwarded by careful Car- Roods are regularly and PVnc Mymouth, Hereford, Brecon »ieis to all parts of the counties ot vVarehouses by Canal and Radnor. Storeage and delive.y at the V\are. or other conveyance, freed extra j l0 the Agents, For'erms and conditions of Freign .PP d Co Bristol I, THE CHUEOH.—OXFORD, OCT. 25-7"1T^ ^fraK o^ St. Mary M.A., student of Christ Church, and late studentship, Magdalen church, in this city, has p^, Bath, and entered the Roman Catholic Church at rr yeji0W8bip The Rev. F. Oakeley, M.A., has resigned the Senior oi Balliol College, in consequence of the late ormine its Court of Arches, which precludes him from pe ^.g duties. Mr. Oakeley has, on similar grounds, resig in Lichfield Cathedral—Sun of Tuesday. ;A^dltl0$\ 0f i Terts to the Catholic Church —The Rev. J• W a^er' pAnle Brasennose College, Oxford The Rev. F. R. Neve, f Keynes, Gloucester, who resigned that benefice, the ■which is £ 300. per annum. Mr. Albany Christie, /e"ow 01 Ori«l College, Mr. Woodmason, of .Littkmore, wid To Land SmTeyars and Valuers. | 1JERSONS desirous of Surveying, Mapping, and Valuing the Parish of KEMEYS INFERIOR, in the County of Monmouth, and of apportioning the Tithe Commutation Rent Charge thereof, are requested to send in Tenders to Mr. DAVID WILLIAMS, of the Town of Newport, in the County Monmouth, and of apportioning the Tithe Commutation Rent Charge thereof, are requested to send in Tenders to Mr. DAVID WILLIAMS, of the Town of Newport, in the < ountv Monmouth, Solicitor, on or before the 24th day of November next. The Tenders to specify the Prices of a First and Second Class Map, and of Mapping and Apportioning separately and to- gether. Newport, 22nd Oct., 1815. g Great Eastern aiiel Western Railway. AT a PUBLIC MEETING of the Iron Masters, Landed Proprietors, and others interested in the i\iineral District of South Wales, held at Tredegar, on Monday, the 20th instant; It was moved by John Russell, Esq., of Risen, and seconded by John Evans, Esq of Dowlais, and resolved- That the thanks of this Meeting are due and he given to the Deputation of the Great Eastern and Western Railway Com- pany, for their attendance here to-day and to Mr. Ward in particular, for his very able Statement of the views and inten- tions of that Company; and, that it is the opinion of this Meet- ing, The Great Eastern and Western Railway Company, as the first to project and prove the practicability of direct communi- cation between Merthyr and Hereford, deserves the support of the Mineral Districts of South Wales. October 24, 18-t..j. Worcester and Leominster Hallway, via Bromyard, Communicating uith the Great ha.tem and IVestern Railway. 4 T a PUBLIC MEETING held at the Falcon Hotel, in the 1\ Town of BROMYARD, on Thursday, the 23rd day of October, instant, John Barucbv, M.P., in the chair Moved by William Barneby, Esq., Clater Park; seconded by Peter Warburton, Esq., High Bailiff of Bromyard, and car- ried unanimously 1st.—That this meeting highly appreciates the liberal spirit in which the Great Eastern and Western Railway Company has responded to the appeal addressed to them, in a memorial signed by the most influential laiided proprietors and others in- terested in this locality, by affording their prompt and zealous aid in forming and supporting a line of Railway from Leomin- ster by this town, to unite with the Great Eastern and Western Railway, near the city of Worcester, but for which prompt response and aid this locality would have been deprived of all direct railway communication,—the Welsh Midland Company having, though memorialised, abandoned it, and the Great Western Company having declined to include it in any of their schemes; and that the warmest thanks of this meeting' be con- veyed, through the Chairman, to the Great Eastern and Wes- tern Railway Company for the valuable accommodation which the proposed Worcester and Leominster Railway is calculated to afford to the town and district of Bromvavd. Proposed by John Kempson, Esq.; seconded by William Eck- ley, Esq and carried unanimously 2nd-That this meeting, comprising as it does a large body of the landowners and residents, upon the intended Line of the Worcester and Leominster Railway, is resolved to give its strenuous aid to the Directors of that Company in carrying the Bill through Parliament in the ensuing Session, and that a Local ( ommittee be formed for that purpose and that these Resolutions be published in the Hereford andWorcester papers. Moved by Joseph Stinton, Esq and seconded by Hemy Jame,, Esq. Mayor of Leominster: 3rd—That the thanks of this meeting lip given to the Chair- man for his able conduct in the chair. JOHN BAR INEBY, Chairman. Bromyard, Oct. 23, 1845. Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford Railway Company. Under the sanction of the following influential Landowners and others of the District, the Line passing through much of the Property of several of the Gentlemen named. The Right Honourable the Earl of Abergavtnny George Croose. Esq. Bnrcott House, Herefoidshire The Rev. James Barnard Davies, Usk ^Thomas Fowler, Esq, Bauker, Abergavenny *The Rev. IK, J. George, Vicar of St. Deverenx, Herefordshire John Samsei Gowlarui, Esq. of Cas»et>ro6k, Herefordshire John Griffith,?, Esq. Blaenawsik Moajnouthsbiie f- sir Benjamin Hall, Bart. M-P. Uanover.Court. Monmonthshin? ;<ot(<» Kerr Hastings. ESq. Hereford/Manager of the Herefordshire Bank in« Company -Kedgwln Hoskins, Esq. M P. for the County, Birch Wouse, Herefordshire Sit mmgerford HoaVyns, Bart, tyrewood Ht>use, Herefordshire <The Rev Josiqli Jan)ts, Rect.>r of At>i>ey Dore, Herefordshire Wiltiam Hitfitefc1 Littt'e;: £ :s<). Llanvair Grange, Monmouthshire Miiieelliis Newton, Warham. Herefordshire Iltjd Nicholt, V«y*«wmpnibshire lam Edmund Biirnham PatesbaU, Esq. Atlejwmoorj. Herefordshire John Pewtriss, Esq. Ahereavdiiuy James Phillips, Esq. Bryngwyn. Herefordshire Robert BiddnlpU Phillips, Esq. Longworth. Herefordshire The Rev. William Powell, Vicar of Abergavenny James Price, Esq. Abergavenny Sir Robert Price, Bart. Fuxley, Herefordshire, M.P. for the City of Hereford William Pulling, Esq, Merchant, Hereford Robert PlIlsford, Esq. M P. for the Cit) of Hereford The honourable William Powell Rodney, Llanvihaugel Court, illoli moutbshiie Jtfhn Rogers, Esq. Alderman of Hereford John Lucy Scudamore, Esq. Kentchurch Court, Herefordshire Vere Herbert Smith, Esq. Abersavenny Charles John Kvnieys Tynte, Esq. Cefn Mabley and Llanellen, Mon- mouthshire Rev. Charles Vanghan, Warham, Herefordshire William Webb, Esq. Mayor of Hereford Robert Wbeelev, Esq Llanfoist House, Monmouthshire Ferdinand Hauhury VVilliams, Esq Coldbrook Park, Moninoutbrbire William Williams. Esq. Aberbaydon, Breronsbire Committee of Management. Chairman.—The Honourable W. E. Fitzmaurice, M P. Chesham str et Belgravesquare Deputy-Chairman.—The Chisholm, Chapel-street, Grosvenor-place John Barnes, Esq. Chorley Wood House, Herts James Brand. Esq. New Broad-street John Brightman, Esq. Cornhill. London John Chapman. Esq. Leadenhall-street Henry Garrett Key, Esq. Tokenhouse Yard John Lawrie, Esq. Charles-street, St. James's Wm, Mountford Nurse, Esq. Upper Gore. Kensington Sir David Scott, Bart. Porcht'ster Terrace, Bayswater Bankers. London.—Vnion Bank of London Abergavenny.—Messrs. Baileys and Co. //m7'orrf'.—National Provincial Bank of England Solicitors. Messrs. Johnston, farquhar, and Leech, London Messrs. F. and L. Bodenham, Hereford Messrs. Gabband Secretan. Abergavenny Alex. Waddington, Esq. Usk SOME time has elapsed since this undertaking was first, an- nounced to the public. The merits of the line were speedily appreciated and the requisite capital subscribed. The Directors have now the satisfaction to announce that the surveys of the line are completed, and that the gradients are of a truly excellent character. In the course of the survey the Directors have not failed to wait on the important landowners of the district, in order to consult their wishes, and to obtain their approval of the line. The support which the scheme has obtained in those quarters has been most unequivocal. To facilitate the formation of the portion of the line from Abergavenny to Hereford, and with the desire at the same time of paying due regard to existing interests, a conditional pur- chase has been made of the three tramroads now in operation between those places. The Legislature having, since the first establishment of this company, authorised the making of a line of Railway from Newport to Pontypool, that portion of the original scheme has of course been necessarily abandoned. The Monmouthshire Canal interests having now passed, by purchase, to the Monmouthshire Railway company, the line fiom Newport to Pontypool will be forthwith made by the latter company, between whom and the Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford company, an understanding of the most friendly nature exists. The two lines will be united at Pontypool, and thus will be formed, according to the original proposition of this company, one continuous line from Newport to Hereford. The Directors have recently consented, in compliance with an unanimous resolution of a public meeting of the inhabitants of Usk, to extend from their main line a short branch between that town and Pontypool, of about three miles and a half in length; and it is also their intention to make another short branch from their main line to Ragland. These two extensions will perfect a continuous line of Railway connexion between Pontypool and Usk, on the one hand, and between Abergavenny and Ragland on the other. The branch of the South Wales company from Newport to Monmouth touches both Usk and Ragland, and the above two short extensions of this company will complete the direct Railway route from Abergavenny to Monmouth, whilst they will also immediately connect the town of Usk with Pontypool and Abergavenny. To the agricultural districts of Monmouthshire, Breconshire, and Herefordsire, the importance ot the main line and branches of this company cannot be over-estimated, affording as they will do, at once an expeditious and direct communication with the manufactories and collieries of Monmouthshire and of South Wales, and a ready outlet for the various productions of those districts. As an example, it may be stated that the pre- sent price of cider in Herefordshire is not more than from 3d. to 4d. per gallon whilst the agricultural produce of every kind is proportionately low. For these a constant demand exists in the mineral districts, as well as for pit-wood and charcoal, which articles the county of Hereford could supply to any extent. The counties of Hereford, Radnor, and Worcester will be greatly benefitted in the article of coal, for which enormous prices are now paid. 1 he present price on the northern con- fines ot Herefordshire is 30s. per ton, and, in the adjoining county of Radnor, which derives its supply entirely from Monmouthshire, it is frequently as high as 50s. per ton." Even in the city of Hereford the price is now 17s. per ton, and during the last winter, it rose to 25s. Now it can be satisfactorily shown, that coal of the best quality may, by means of this Railway, be delivered at Hereford, allowing a fair remunerative profit to the seller, at about lis. per ton. Another important item of traffic will unquestionably be lime, of which there are extensive deposits in the vicinity of Aber- gavenny, and at many other points on the line. The character 1 of the soil in Herefordshire renders a large quantity of lime necessary in agricultural operations, but the heavy expense of conveyance has hitherto prevented its being employed to any thing approaching the required extent. Prospectuses and full explanations in regard to the line and extensions may be obtained on application at the Offices, 66, Moorgate-street, London, or to any of the Solicitors of the Company. Q&qw, Mpprgate-stieet? Oct.1845. Glamorgan Central Mineral Railway. Provisionally Registered. Capital, £ .500,000., in 25,000 Shares of £20. each. Deposit, JE2. 2s. per share. Provisional Committee. Sir DMiy Mackwortli, Bart., Glen Uske, Monmouthshire, and Cefnvdfa, Glamorganshire Sir Robert, Price, Bart M.P., Foxley, Herefordshire, and Tondu, Glamorganshire The Hon. William Dawson Damer, Parkston Lodge, Poole, Dorsetshire r- John Bennet, Esq.,Laleston House, Glamorganshire John Wick Bennet, Esq., Clifton, and Laleston, Glamorgan- shire 1 Kasli Edwards Vaugban, Esq., Rheola, Glamorganshire Rev. Robert Knight, Tytheustone Court, Glamorganshire Walter Coffin, Esq Landali, Glamorganshire Morgan Price Smith, Esq., New House, Glamorganshire David Thomas, Esq., Pwl-y-wrach House, Glamorganshire William Jones, Esq., Pyle, Glamorganshire William Llewellyn, Esq., Court Coleman, Glamorganshire Rev. Edward Doddridge Knight, Tredegar, Monmouthshire William Henry Buckland, Esq., Cadoxton-place, Glamorgan- shire John Hewitt, Esq., Tyr Mab Ellis, Glamorganshire Henry Stothert, Esq., Pcrrymead, Bath William Stothert, Esq., Southcot-house, Bath John Rowland, Esq., Neath, Glamorganshire Llewellyn Llewellyn, Esq., Margam Tin Plate Works, Glamor- ganshire Joseph Martin, Esq Glyncollen, near Swansea Leyson Hopkin Davey, Esq. Sarnfawr, Glamorganshire Henry Wyatt, Esq., Farm Hill, Stroud Jacob Ricketts, Esq., Brislinurton Hall, near Bath Hanbury Pargeter, Esq., West of England and South Wa'.es Bank, Bath John Halcomb, Esq., Hungerford Jenkin Thomas Jenkins, Esq., Gelly, Glamorganshire, Gwillim Treherne Jenkins, Esq., Duffryn, Glamorganshire Edward Thomas, Esq., Braich-y-cymmer, Glamorganshire John Winkworth, Esq., Milsoni-street, Bath George Edwards, Esq., The Uplands, Stroud David W. James, Esq., Merthyr Tydvil Thomas Stanley, Esq., Swinnerton, near Stone, Staffordshire John K. Welch", Esq., Berners-street, London Richard Thomas Gore, Esq., Queen-square, Bath Richard C. Gale, Esq., Winchester Joseph Rusher, Esq., Glynleiros, Neath, Glamorganshire William Brunton, Esq., Codoxton Cottage, Glamorganshire Henry Verity, Esq., Bridgend, Glamorganshire Francis Perry, jun., Esq., Pyle Iron Works, Glamorganshire and 5, Austin Friars, London George Ilalket, Esq., Wain Skeel, Glamorganshire James Hodgkins, Allen Esq Porth Cawl, Glamorganshire Gporge Wood, Esq., Daniel-street, Bath ° John Cottle Spender, Esq., Gay-street, Bath John White Little, Esq., Bath Charles J. Hampton, Esq., Maestaeg Iron Works near Bridg- end, Glamorganshire 6 James Brown, Esq., Tondu Iron Works, Glamorganshire With power to add to their number. BanLers. London—Messrs, Jones, Loyd, and Co. Cardiff—Messrs. Towgood and Co. Neath and Swansea—'The Glamorganshire Banking Company Bridgenc., Bnstol, Bath, The National Provincial Bank of England Consulting Engineer—Joseph Locke, Esq., F.R.S. Engineer*. John Scott Russell, Esq., F.R.S., Ed. Messrs. George and William Lawford Solicitors. London—Messrs. Rowland, Hacon and Rowland, 39, Thread- needle-street Bridgend—Mr. William Lewis Secretary, pro. tern— Mr. John Henry Rowland Temporary Offices, 38, Tit reavii eedle- street. PROSPECTUS. A SINGLE lire of railway for the conveyance of minerals worked by horse-power" has been for many years in use from the top of the Duffryn Llynvi Valley to the port and from the top of the Duffryn Llynvi Valley to the port and harbour of Porth Cawl, in the county of Glamorgan, a distance of about eighteen miles. This railway is the property of The Duffryn Lynvi and Porth Cawl-Railway Company," a company incorporated bv an Act of Parliament passed in the year 1826, entitled An Act for making and maintaining a Railway or Tram-road, from or from near to a certain place called Duffryn Llynvi, in the parish.of Llangonoyd, in the county of Glamor- gan, to or near to a certain bay called Pwll Cawl, otherwise Porth Cawl, in the parish of Newton Nottage, in the same county, and for extending and improving the same bay by the erection of a pier and other suitable works for that purpose." The Duffryn LJynvi Valley is only one of several adjacent mineral valleys abounding with coal and iron ore (both argil- laceous and carboniferous, or blackband) that remain unworked for want, ouly pf a cheap communication with the sea. Porth Ca.wi is the natural outlet for the whole of these valleys. It will aliord some idea of the riches of this district, when it is known that the coal alone which it contains is estimated to exceed ONE THOUSAND MILLION TONS, which would not be exhausted in. leas tlmrr^Utf:- hundred ye&rs if three thousand tons per day were shipped, sqsd.a like qua.]?j' consumed in the manufacture$ £ iron. V Theltumerofis seams of coal differ in quality, and are well adaptetMfcjbr domestic use, Steam power, smelting of iron ore; and gas-light and manufacturing purposes* The distance of the coal field from the shipping place is not more than two- thirds of the distance of Newport and CardftF from the coal fields which supply those ports it is, therefore, obvious that nothing is wanted but a commodious harbour in order to se- cure a large portion of the coal trade of the Bristol Channel. The recent discovery of the Blackband Iron Ore in this dis- trict has added greatly to its importance. The facility with which that ore, as well as the coal, is obtained, enables the manufacturer to produce iron at a mtsch lower cost than in any other known locality. The iron made with this ore combines the fluidity of the Scotch iron, with the strength of the Shrop- shire. These peculiar advantages, when more fully developed, will naturally attract attention to this district, until it becomes one of the principal seats, if not the chief seat of the iron trade. The discovery of the blackband iron ore, as well as the in- creasing demand for sea-borne coal, have already so greatly added to the traffic on the Duffryn Llynvl Railway, as to render it quite inadequate io the_present requirements of the trade. Impressed witli these circumstances, the Duffryn Llynvi and Porth Cawl Railway Company have determinecl to make their own railway the basis of a much more extended scheme, inclu- ding the whole of the important district above alluded to, and under the more comprehensive name of the "Glamorgan Central Mineral Railway." ° This extended line of railway will embrace the richest mineral field in the Principality, lying chiefly in the hundreds of New- castle and Og-more, comprising a district of nearly one hundred square miles, abounding with coal and iron ore It is intended to raise an adequate capital for constructing in the most efficient manner, to be worked by steam rower a branch line of railway up each of the mineral'valleys into which the district is divided to connect them with the original trunk hue into one general line ot double railway, near Bridgend and to enlarge the harbour at Porth Cawl according to the plans of Mr. Scott Russell, who has lately surveyed" it and Channel caI>ablllty tu be il'^or to none in the Bristol Jt is also intended, for the convenience of passengers to con- nect the mainline with the South Wales Railway at two dif- ferent points, which will also afford facilities of shipment at Port Talbot, Briton Ferry, Neath, and other ports accessible by the South Wales line. There are fourteen blast furnaces at work and in the course of erection now in the Duffryn Llynvi Valley alone, and it may be reasonably expected that this number will be at least dou- bled by the time the whole of the contemplated lines are com- pleted* The traffic of the Glamorgan Central Mineral Railway has been carefully estimated on the basis of the traffic now existing on the Duffryn Lynvi Railway, and making a fair allowance for the certain increase of that traffic, and the probable addi- tions from tin: proposed branches, it is found that the clear profit from minerals and heavy goods alone will, at a very mo- derate charge for conveyance, afford a clear dividend of 8 per c"nt. on the whole capital of the undertaking. This is exclu- sive of passenger traffic, which may be expected to yield a con- siderable and progressively increasing revenue. By far the greater number of vessels frequenting the ports of Cardiff and Newport pass the harbour of Porth Cewl, which is situated about midway between Cardiff and Swansea. The capabilities of Porth Cawl for the accommodation of shipping of the largest class, may be gathered from the follow- ing extracts from the report of Mr. Scott Russell, the engineer lately appointed to examine it:— The accessible situation and absence of all danger from the entrance of the harbour of Porth Cawl, are such, that when rile breakwater, the harbour, and the docks are completed, it cannot fail to be one of the most complete and valuable ports on that coast, and will prove a great benefit to the surrouudiug district of country, and to the merchant shipping generally, frequenting the Bristol channel. The breakwater will extend into twenty-live feet water even at low water of spring tides, being sufficient to admit merchant ships ot the largest class being safely tnoorsd inside the breakwater at alltlllies of the tide, and in all weathers I conceive that the extension of this breakwater will aAbtd so great accommodation to the merchant shipping of the Bristol Channel, that its extension and completion will be matter of national importance, and de- serving the attention and encouragement of the government." It is intended to continue the very moderate harbour-dues, which are levied under the existidg Company's Act of Parlia- ment and which, it is estimated, will be sufficient to keep the enlarged harbour in repair. The capital of the Porth Cawl and Duffryn Llynvi Railway Company is £ 90,000., consisting of £ 50,000. in shares, and f40 000. in loans at interest, raised under the powers of their Act. It is proposed that the original shareholders shall re- ceive in lieu of tlieir shares, as much stock in the new Com- nauy'as will, at the rate of £ 4. percent, per annum, yield a dividend equal to the revenue of the Duffryn Llynvi Railway Company in their half year ending the 30th of April next; but if such net revenue shall then exceed fl2. per cent, per annum, no additional value shall be given in respect of such excess or the original shareholders may, if they prefer it, receive the value of their shares, according to the same estimate, by instal- ments payable as the calls on the new capital are made, and hearinff interest in the mean time, at the rate of E4 per cent. It is also intended to purchase the shares in the Bridgend PoiUvov ("which is a short branch front the Duffryn Llynvi TJnihvavl the present capital of which is under £ 7000. The usual power will be taken for paying £ 4. per cent, in- tlie uaid-up capital; but, it is considered that the cur- SfSSSlFrti <l»™s tj; o»tl.yof •+V.1 Will vield a dividend ot at least £ 4. per cent., without ajpfytag Iny porU of the capital to the payment of the lU v!rfa!ih<»eriber will be answerable for more than the amount of his deposit until the Act is obtained, and then not beyond 1U1ASn53ts for shares, who are personally known to members offhePProvisional Committee, are requested to refer to one of mch Committee • all other applicants must give a reference to some banker or person of known respectability m London or the town from which tM application is made. Prospectuses may be obtained from the Secretary, at the offices oi the Company, or from the Solicitors, or from the fol- lowing Sharebrokers to any of w hom applications for shares (in the annexed torn) may be made London, Messrs. Capel, Cuerton and Lawford, Pope's Head Alley, CornhilL—Liverpool, Mr. E. Bavliffe, 14, Exchange Chambers; Mr. ii. NV. Lucas, Royal Bank Buildings.- Alan- chester, Messrs. Cardwell and Sons Alessra Hayues and Tyndati —Birmingham. Mr. J. R. Lane.-Bristol, Messi. Edwards and Son; Messrs. Sohmes and Tripp.—Bath, Mr R. P. Lemon, North. Parade.—Swansea, Mr. G. Turton Stroud. — Leeds, Messrs. Watson ami Co.—Plymouth Messrs. Hop- wood and Palmer .—-Exeter, San-.itord —Taunton, Messrs. Lemon and Griffith.—Southampton, Mf. Josh Clark, Juu.— Cheltenham, Messrs. Hall, Brotheraand Co —Gloucester, Mr. J. N. Balme.—Glasgow, Messrs. Black and Lonmer.-Edin- burgh— Messrs. Robertson and Co.—Dublin, Messrs. Labei- touche and Stafford. FORM OF APPLICATIONS FOR SHARES. To the Provisional Committeg of the Glamorganshire Cent a Minerul Railway Company. GENTLEMEN,—I request that you will allot tome Shares in the above Company and I hereby undertake to accept the same, or any portion of that number you may allot to me also to pay the Deposit of .t2. 2s per Share, as well as all future calls, and to sign the Parliamentary Contract and Subscribers' Agreement, when required. Date Name at full length Residence Trade or Profession! Place of Business. Usual Signature Reierence Moiimouthsliire Tontine. # Capital, £9,000. In ijfciO Shares, ot £ 25. each. Deposit, £5. per Share. TRUST EIS. Christopher Shaplatid, Esq., of Sneed Park, near Bristol. Matthew bothergill, Esq Tiedeg'ar_ u ANKF.KS. The N.,oniiinuth & Glamorgan Bank, Newport, and its Branches. Messrs. Siuckey's, Banking House, Bristol. Messrs. Robuits, Curtis, and Co., London." SOLICITOR. Mr. Edward Burges, Biisiol. This Tontine to be founded on the purchase of a valuable Property in the county of Monmouth, producing a rental of £445. a year. DESCRIPTIONS OF PROPERTY. 1st Wl OLAiS' D S ESTATE, situate at Malpas, two Sl' V? nnles from Newport, Monmouthshire, consisting of a handsome Mansion House, erected within the last nine yeais and Twelve Acies of Land; together with Lawn, Shrubberies. Gardens, and Orchard, Coach-Houses, Stabtes, Harness' and Servants' Booms, Granary, Stoic-Houses, Cow-Houses, and other suitable outbuildings, &c., &c., with every requisite for the residence of a family of the first respectability. This pio- perty is well-known, as being in one of the most beautiful situ- ations in South Wales. 2nd. rhe TREDEGAR ARMS HOTEL, with five other houses adjoining the latter property, the best in the town, has been substantially built within the last eight years, and is well known to the commeicial world Irom the extensive business carried on therein. As a proof ot the value of this property, .EHbO. was given, about nine years since (in consequence of no beer-houses bting allowed in this town) for the site, and a small dilapidated inn, which was obliged.to be taken down. Tredegar, and its environs, contain a population of upwards of 25.000inhabttauts.Ttte tenure of the whole property is leasehold and that firstly described is held for a term, of which 42 years are unexpired and that secondly described, for a term of which 37 yeas are unexpued. PLAN OF THE TONTINE. Capital, £ 9,0000.; in 3b0 Shares, of £ 25. each. Each share- holdei- shall have the option of naming either himself, or any other person, whose age, next birthday, shall not be less than 74 years, but shall not be at libeitv to appoint any nominee who has been previously named. The rents to be divided annually, on the 30th of October. among those shareholders whose nominees were living on the 29th day of September precediug. Each party on taking his or her shares, is to pay a deposit of £ 5. to either of the Bankers above named, to the credit of the Monmouthshire Tcntuae and shall, before the expiration of thirty days after such payment, deliver to the Solicttor a written nomination of a life, or his or her nominee in respect of such shnre or shares, whose age on the next birthday will be, at least, 74, and shall afterwards pay the residue of his or her subsciip- tion, by such calls as the Trustees may make. That if either of the said nominees shall die before the whole of the shares are taken, the party nominating such life may sub- stitute another life, whose age on the next buthday shall not be less than 74 years, as aforesaid. Upon the death of all the nominees, save one, the Tontine shall be determined, and the whole of the premises shall become the absolute property of the shareholder owning a share or shares (as the c..se may be) upon the life of the last surviving nominee, unless it shall happen that one persoa shall at any time be en- titled to the whole of the shares, in which case the trustees shall convey the property absolutely to such person. The formation of the Tontine is intended to be completed by live 21st December, 1845, or sooner. <f filled up, when the pro- perty shaft 1MS rested in the names of door trustees; and in case any shareholder shall either negteelf tp appoint a'poounee, or fail to pay the remainder of his or her subscriptiori frwrnfey, then his or her-share or shares, with the deposit paid thereon, shall beforfeitedt The trustees shall always be four in number and in case of a T majority of the shareholder* shall havethe power of -ru8 *"acl! shareholder to have one vote only. The I'ontine to be managed by a coJR&itwe «f»ix proprietors, tT aPPoin!e<1 at a general meet in*. he 1 ontine promises great advantages, and present*.more in- ducement for investment than anv speculation of the kind which has yet been submitted to the public, for the following reasons, The property has cost considerably over the sum of £ 9000, and is in excellent repair. I he trustees have received an offer of X440 a year for the whole Property, lor seven years, on a repaiiing lease, which a ter deducting ground rents and insurance, would give an im- mediate dividend over four per cent., the lessee binding himself to do all repairs. Fioin the very advanced nges of the lives. it may reasonably be expected that in a very few years the surviving life will be. come sole possessor of the property and this not only offers an immense gain to the Shareholders whose nominee shall be such last survivor, but also very great advantages at each annual division of the rents, to those whose nominees may survive the average of the lives named. » ■> be annual dividend to such of the shareholders nominees as TV surv.'ve>.w'" increase in the same ratio as the lives decrease. 1 he following may he enumerated as amongst a few of the advantages to be derived from the scheme:- An immediate leturn of a lasge rate of interest for a small investment. An annual increasing income. Ine great probability that the shareholder will, in the course ot a very short period, become the owner of the property. I o aged persons inserting their own lives, it offers a centinu- allv increasing and certain annuity. To parties expecting property on the decease of aged lives, this investment offers, for a small sum, a certain return, till the dropping of the life or lives renders the income no longer an object to persons so situated for instance, a party expecting church preferment on the death of an incumbent aged 74 or upwards, may, by this scheme, insure an increasing income, until the deaih of the incumbent puts him in possession of the living. Applications for shares may be made to the solicitor or brokers. Applications for plans, particulars, and prospectuses, may be made to Mr. Edward Burge*. solicitor, Bristol Mr. Thomas W hatiey Bolton, 4, Ehn-court, Temple Mr. R. Waters, solici- tor, Tredegar; Messrs. Wrefard, Nicholls and Wreford. stock- brokers, Bristol, and Bank Chambers, London; Mr. Matthew Wottierspoon, stockbroker, Liverpool; Messrs. Bradley, Ford and Parker, stockbrokers, Manchester, Mr. Jos. Barnicot, Effia Villa, Effra Road. BrixtonMr. J. J. Nichols, merchant, Newport; Mr. F. It. Owen. ditto; Mr. Pritchard, auctioneer, ditto; Mr. Gilbert draper. Pontypool; Mr. John Morgan, draper, Abergavenny the Hereford Times Office, Hereford Mr. T. Davis, Bush Hotel, Merthyr the Guardian Office, Cardiff; Mr. W. Williams, draper, Usk Mr. Morgan Price, spirit mer- chant, Swansea; Mr. W.T. Morgan, diaper, Neath Mr. W. Harris, draper, Tenby; Mr. Ouen Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, Pembroke; Mr. W. Williams, draper, Haverford- west Mr. Joseph Davis, Chepstow; Mr. Morgan Jenkins, draper, Cardigan Mr. D. Jenkins, draper, Brecon. Mr. James Hill, Beaufort Wharf, Agent for Newport. Mr. M- W. Harries, Agent for Tenby. FORM OF APPLICATION. To the Trustees of the Monmouthshire Toniine. I request you will-allot me Shares, cf £ 2b. each, in the Monmouthshire Tontine, and I will accept the same, or any less number allotted to me, and sign the Deed of Settlement, and pay the Deposit, and further calls thereon, when required. Name in full Address and description Date Name of referee ON OEB2LZT7 DZSEASE. > 'n a sealed envelope, and post free, 3s. Mlh MENTOR ()F H F.ALTH.a Medical work on Nervous Debility, iin,i the Cannes of Premature Decay in Man, resulting from excess infection, or imprudence with plain directions addressed lo ihoce suffering, tor a sure and speedy restoration to health and vigour. Also, observations on mar- nage and treatment of gonorrhoea, syphilis, impotence, gleei, 6cc., illustrated by recent cases. Bv J. USSOl and Co., &c.f 6, Caroline-street, Bedford-square. Published by the Authors, and sold by James Gilbeit, 49, 1 aternoster-row JViudie, ICI. Fleet-stieet Noble, H4( ■Chancery-lane. purkiss go Compton-stieet; Lovelace, 35, Kmg-street, Ue^nt street • Russell," 44, Store-street. Bedford- square. LotidonTThomas Newton, 16 and 29 Church-s.ieet, Ltverpop1; W. Watt, Bookseller. Elm-row Edinburgh; VV. Galbraih, 2, Dame-street Dublin and by all Booksellers, iQ a sealed envelope or fonvarded to any address, on receipt of a °,s,t™ffice Order, for 3s. 6d. • f ,u 'Ihe Mentor of Health, by Dr. Ttsso is one of the most valuable and instructive little works on the subject of disease, resulting from ear) indi8G,.et.on, &e. we ever perused. It con- 'a'ns plain and simpledescnptions of the anatomy and physiology of the organs liable to be affected bj such diseases and every ^formation to guide the unwary and inexperienced from the temptations to which they are exposed. I o those requiring a Mentor, we most strongly recommend this work, and it is well w°rth the perusal oTthese *ho are so fortunate as not to need Vlessrs.iv/T'd0rf Co'Cniaybe°consulted daily at their resi- dence, Mornings3tilI 3 ^Evenings, from 6 to 9 Sundays, from I11 Consultation free by letter. £ 1. Inviolable secresy may be relied on. ™N.B..mg" cured without the dangerous and unnecessary use of mercury. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT JOHN GREATHEAD HARRIS, Esquire, or one other of Her Majesty's Commissioners for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors will, on the TWELFTH day of NOVEMBER, 1845, at the hour of Ten in the Forenoon precisely, attend at the COUKT HOUSE, at MOJJMOUTH, in the county of Mon- mouth, and hold a Court for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, pursuant to the statute. ROYAL PATENT VICTORIA FELT CARPETING. Manufactured, uithont Spinning or Weaving. Patronised by her most gracious Majesty, ai d used in all the Royal Palaces. THE public attention is directed to this beautiful description of Carpeting, as possessing many advantages over all other kinds; among others, being quite impervious to dust, equally ditrable Brussels or Kidderminster, and at about half the price of the former. It is now in very extensive demand, having been tested for some years, and met with general approbation. The designs are equal to the best Brussels Carpeting, and suit- able for rooms of every description. The Patent Woollen Cloth Company, the Sole Manufacturers under the Patent, have appointed Agents in nearly every provincial town of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and it may be had at all the respectable Carpet Houses in London. They also manufacture Table- covers and Window-curtains, printed and embossed in the most elegant ami novel designs; Cloths for Coach-linings, Y\ralstcoatings; Thick Felt for Polishing, and Gun Waddings, D'Oylevs, &c. &c. "Wholesale warehouse, 8, Love-lane, Wood-street, Cheapside. Manufactories: Elmwood Mills, Leeds, and Borough-road, London. Agent for Newport, Mr. P. JOHN, Draper; Monmouth, Mr. T. POWELL. Glamorganshire Tontine. PARTICULARS of a TONTINE for the PURCHASE of a VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Let on Lease for a Term of 21 years, at the Annual Rental of JESOOO, to highly responsible Parties. Cupilal, £6;"),000, in 6,500 Shares of £10. each. Deposit, jE2. 10s. per Share. TItUSTEES: Thomas Mann, Esq., General Register Office, Somerset House. Richard Thomas Gore, Esq., Queen-square, Bath. Christopher Shapland, Esq., Sneed Park, Bristol, Director of the Bristol and Gloucester, South Devon, and Comwall Rail-j way Companies. SOLICITORS Edward Jav, Esq., 4, Prince's-buildings, Bath. Edward Smith, Eaq.. 5, Chancery-lane, London. ACTUARY; Mr. R. P. Lemon, North Parade, Bath. BANKERS: Stuckey's Banking Company, Bath and Bristol. Jones Lloyd and Co., Lotbbury, London. Messrs. Robarts, Curtis, and Co., 15, Lombard-street, London Each Shareholder shall nominate a Life; and the whole of the Property, valued at £ 65,000, will devolve on the fehare- holder or Shareholders whose Nominee is the last survivor. Interest after the rate of 4 per Cent. per Anuum will be paid to all the Shareholders for the first, three years; after which, the net rental will be divided, half-yearly, between the Share- holders whose Nominees were living at the commencement of the current year, until only one Nominee remains, when the Trustees will convey the Property to the Shareholder or Share- holders who selected that Nominee. In order that the Tontine may terminate at an early period, no Life is to be nominated who is under 05 years of age. The Shareholders may select their Nominees from a printed list of "300 Lives, which will be furnished to applicants; or they may name any other Life or Lives, not younger than the stipu- lated age. Shareholders, being of the stipulated age, who prefer nomi- nating themselves, will receive a constantly-increasing annuity during their lives. That no undue preference may be given, all approved appli- cations will be registered in rotation as they are received bv the Actuary, and the Shares will be allotted accordingly. A deposit of £ 2.10s. per share is to be paid on appropriation, and the remaining £ 7. 10s. per Share is to be paid bv three equal instalments, at intervals of three months; the first in- stalment to be paid at the expiration of three months from the time the Tontine is constituted. When 4000 Shares are subscribed for, and the deposits paid thereon, the Tontiue will be constituted, and the Property will be legally vested in the Trustees the Vendors being allowed to dispose of the remainder of the Shares. In the event of 4000 Shares not being subscribed for, the deposits will be repaid in fnll, but without interest. The Property rs Freehold. It consists of the largest and most complete Country Brewery in the Kingdom, with malthouses, Managers' and Brewers' Dwelling-houses, and every conve- nient appendage. It is situate at the proposed junction of the South Wales and Vale of Neath Railways. The Premises are most substantially built, and in complete repair. The amount of the Rent, the responsibility of the Lessees, and the increasing value of Property in the neighbourhood, render tLe Investment safe and eligible for parties whose object' is to receive an increased per centage; and the contingency of ultimately obtaining £ 65,000. for so small a sum as £10., pre- sents an unusual inducement to the speculator. Applications for Shares may be addressed to the Actuary, or to the Solicitors, or to any of the undermentioned Brokers; and lie deposits will be received by either of the. Bankers previously named. "t London.Robert Johnaton, Esq., Shooters' Court^ Bank. Thomas Upton, Esq., ThrogmortonrStfeet^ v Charles lV$ann, Esq^Cushion-court, Broad-street Liverpool.H.W. Luftu, 'Bank-buildings.• \Edward Bayly^_Es(y,44rjExcliange Cha«ii>ers. Manchester ..TVIessrs. Caitittwfcni 8<i' •••»* >»•* ,v Leeds. Meters. R.B. mjtson and; Co; -i Birmingham .J. It Lane, im'" Bristol .lesSrs. Bdwarak. and Son, and Messrs. Shoipes ai# Tripp. f Bath :Mr. T. Evs^s, Mr. J. B. Mundy.. Taunton Messrs. Leteon and Griffith. Exeter Thos. SancITfJfdVlistp:; Q. Rr<<|f?d«U>n, Saq,; ah#' Messrs. Wilkinson aticTSoiis. Plymouth.Messrs. Hopwood and Palmer. Cheltenham..Messrs. Hall Brothers and Co. Southampton, Mr. Joseph Clark, Jun. Glasgow Messrs. Black and Lorimer. Edinburgh.Messrs. Robertson and Co. FORM OF APPLICATION. To the Trnsteet of the Glamorganshire Tontine. T request you will allot to me Shares of £ 10. each in the Glamorganshire Tontine and I hereby undertake to accept the same, or any less number allotted to me to pay the Deposit and further Calls, and sign the Deed of Settlement, when required. Name at full leugth I Profession or Trade Residence Reference —- To Mr. R. P. Lemon, Glamorganshire Tontine Office, North Parade, Bath. IN MONMOUTHSHIRE, near to USK and MONMOUTH. THREE CAPITAL FREEHOLD FARMS, Together 330 ACRES of EXCELLENT LAND, let to re- sponsible tenants. MR- GEORGE ROBINS is instructed to anoounce for PUBLIC SALE, at the AUCTION MART, London, on 1 URSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, at Twelve n'clork, in Three Lots, A very Desirable Freehold Property, Presenting a most inviting opportunity for the investment of capital UPON SOLID SECURITY; INDEED, IT PRE. SENTS A REFRESHING CONTRAST, AND IS ONE VERY MUCH AT VARIANCE WITH THE OVER- WHELMING, ALTHOUGH PLAUSIBLE SCHEMES WITH WHICH THIS COUNTRY IS AT PRESENT AFFLICTED. It comprises THREE CAPITAL FREEHOLD FARMS (ONE A DAIRY FARM), ALTOGETHER 330 ACRES OF VERY SUPERIOR LAND, close to the MARKET TOWNS OF USK AND MONMOUTH, and let to hietily resnonsible tenants, at rents oioducing about Charles lV$ann, Esq^Cushion-court, Broad-street Liverpool.H. vW. Luftu, 'Bank-buildings.• \Edward Bayly^_Es(y,44rjExcliange Cha«ii>ers. Manchester ..TVIessrs. Caitittwfcni 8<i' •••»* >»•* ,v Leeds. Meters. R.B. mjtson and; Co; -i Birmingham .J. It Lane, im'" Bristol .lesSrs. Bdwarak. and Son, and Messrs. Shoipes ai# Tripp. f Bath :Mr. T. Evs^s, Mr. J. B. Mundy.. Taunton Messrs. Leteon and Griffith. Exeter Thos. SancITfJfdVlistp:; Q. Rr<<|f?d«U>n, Saq,; ah#' Messrs. Wilkinson aticTSoiis. *• Plymouth.Messrs. Hopwood and Palmer. Cheltenham..Messrs. Hall Brothers and Co. Southampton, Mr. Joseph Clark, Jun. Glasgow Messrs. Black and Lorimer. Edinburgh.Messrs. Robertson and Co. FORM OF APPLICATION. To the Trnsteet of the Glamorganshire Tontine. T request you will allot to me Shares of £ 10. each in the Glamorganshire Tontine and I hereby undertake to accept the same, or any less number allotted to me; to pay the Deposit and further Calls, and sign the Deed of Settlement, when required. Name at full leugth Profession or Trade Residence Reference —- To Mr. R. P. Lemon, Glamorganshire Tontine Office, North Parade, Bath. IN MONMOUTHSHIRE, near to USK and MONMOUTH. THREE CAPITAL FREEHOLD FARMS, Together 330 ACRES of EXCELLENT LAND, let to re- sponsible tenants. MR- GEORGE ROBINS is instructed to anoounce for PUBLIC SALE, at the AUCTION MART, London, on 1 URSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, at Twelve o'clork, in Three Lots, A very Desirable Freehold Property, Presenting a most inviting opportunity for the investment of capital UPON SOLID SECURITY; INDEED, IT PRE- SENTS A REFRESHING CONTRAST, AND IS ONE VERY MUCH AT VARIANCE WITH THE OVER- WHELMING, ALTHOUGH PLAUSIBLE SCHEMES WITH WHICH THIS COUNTRY IS AT PRESENT AFFLICTED. It comprises THREE CAPITAL FREEHOLD FARMS (ONE A DAIRY FARM), ALTOGETHER 330 ACRES OF VERY SUPERIOR LAND, close to the MARKET TOWNS OF USK AND MONMOUTH, and let to hietily resnonsible tenants, at rents oioducing about FOUR HUNDRED POUNDS A YEAR. These Estates have long become a prominent feature in this vicinity. They are situate in the most beautiful county in England, and at the same time, the most independent one. as it possesses within itself the necessary supplies for all human enjoyment. The rivers abound in salmon, trout, and other de- licious fish the woods and hills with every variety cf game, not forgetting woodcocks (now just coming in) and grouse and the verdant pastures feed the finest breed of cattle and sheep thus yielding, with the produce of the fertile tillage land, and the luxuriant orchards and gardens seen in every direction in this highly-favoured county, a plentiful supply i'or the gas tronomic wants of the most fastidious gourmand. Then we have every variety of forest-trees—oak, elm, ash, &c., in pro- fusion; and an equal variety of native minerals in the'* ,oom of the earth, not forgetting those most useful ones of iron, tin, coal, and limestone, and a little mine of gold for the fortunate purchasers of these desirable estates. Again, in no county in England can the native scenery be surpassed in variety and loveliness—hill and dale, wood and water, all together form in every point of view, an ensemble, in the happy arrangement of which Dame Nature may be truly said to have exhausted her most consummate skill,and if possible, almost to have surpassed herself. Indeed, the timid hand that directs this unpretending c and imperfect panegyric, feels at a loss how to describe, in suffi- ciently glowing colours, this charming locality; and to those who desire duly to appreciate it, a personal inspection-becomes imperative, and can alone suffice. To this end it may be added that railwav communication will very shortly bring this county within five "hours' ride of London; thus enabling the opulent, but care-worn citizen, to resuscitate his constitution, and breathe a little fresh air, in the luxuriant valleys and healthy uplands of Monmouthshire. THE LANGEVIEVV FARM, OF 202 ACRES, is of excellent arable, meadow, and pasture land, within a mile of the town of Usk, with a farm-house, and all necessary build ings, in the occupation of Mrs. Jane Blower, at a clear yearly rent of £ 244. I; is nearly ALL TITHE FREE, THE MESSUAGE, FARM, AND LANDS, CALLED RED HOUSE, together with tenements and lands belonging, called Pwll y pwka, CONTAINING ABOUT 73 ACRES, is situate in the parish of Langattock-vibon-Avel, within five miles of Monmouth, in the occupation of Mr. John Rose, at the yearly rent of £ 80. And lastly, THE EXCELLENT DAIRVf FARM, CALLED LANUSK, situate in tha parish of Lanbaddock, within one mile of the town of Usk, containing about. 56 acres of land of the most useful description, chieflv meadow and pasture, or capable of being laid down into grass with great advantage, and possessing some prime orcharding in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Parker. The farms may be viewed on application to the tenants, and printed particulars had, fourteen days prior to the sale, at the principal inns at Usk; Beaufort Arms, Monmouth; King's Head, Gloucester; White Lion, Bristol; of A. Waddington, Esq., Solicitor, at Usk the Auction Mart; and at Mr. George Robine's Offices, Coyent-gwden. Usk Turnpike Tolls. rnHE TOLLS arising within this District not having been e Let by Auction, Notice is hereby given, that the said TOLLS (with the exception of the Tolls of the Prince of Wales Coach) WILL BE LET, and are hereby offered by Private Tender, at a Sum not less than jEllOO. for One Year, commenc- ing the 31st December, 1845. Applications to be made to the Clerk, in writing, on or before the 22nd day of November next, and the highest Tender, above the said sum, will be accepted, and taken at a MEETING of the TRUSTEES, to be held at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on MoxDAY. the 24th day of NOVEMBER next, at Eleven in the Fotenoon, JOHN SHEPARD, Clerk to the Trmteea. Usk, 29th October, 1845. Chepstow &Abergavenny Turnpike Tolls SHIRENEWTON BRANCH. THE TOLLS, arising within this District, not having been Let by Auction, Notice is hereby given, that the said TOLLS (with the exception of the Tolls on the Prince of Wales Coach) WILL BE LET, and are hereby offered by Private Tender, at a Sum not less than £ 200-, for One Year, commenc- ing the 31st December, 1845. Applications to be made to the Clerk, in writing, on or before the 22nd day of November next, and the highest Tender, above the said sum, will be accepted, and taken at a MEETING of the TRUSTEES, to be holden at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on MONDAY, the 24th day of NOVEMBER next, at Eleven in the Forenoon. JOHN SHEPARD, Clerk to the Trustees. Usk, 29th October, 1845. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Abergavenny District of Turnpike Roads. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the TOLLS payable at the several Toll Gates within the said District, called or known by the several names hereunder mentioned, will be LET by AUCTION to the highest bidder, at the ANOEL INN, in the town of ABERGAVENNY, in the said county, on MONDAY, the 8th day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of Eleven and One (subject to the conditions to be then and there produced), either together or in separate lots oi parcels, and for such term, not exceeding three years, from the hour of Twelve o'Clock at Noon of the 31st day of from the hour of Twelve o'Clock at Noon of the 31st day of December next, as shall be determined upon by the Trustees in manner directed by the Acts passed in the third and fourth years of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth For Regulating Turnpike Roads which Tolls produced the last year. ending the 14th day of October instant, the sum of £ 3,514. 2s. lOd. over and above the expenses of collecting the same. THE TOLL GATES ABOVE REFERRED TO: Frogmore-street Gates and Bar, Chapel Bar, Tudor-street Gates and Weighing Machine, and the Bar near Govilon; Mill- street Gates and Weighing Machine; Monk-street Gates and Bar Penpound Gates and Bars; Crossonen Gate and Bars Panty Goitrey Gate; Llanellen Gates Beaufort and Black Rock Gates, and Brynmawr Bar Greege Gate Penbiddle Gate; Cross Buchan Gates and Bars; New Hereford Road Gates and Bars. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder for all, any, or either of the said Tolls must, at the time of taking, pay in advance one twelfth part of the yearly rent at which such Tolls may be Let, and give such Security as the Trustees present shall approve of for the payment of the remainder of the said Rents, by regular Monthly Instalments. T. GABB, Clerk to the said Trustees. 15th October, 1845. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. To the TEA TRADE, all INNHOLDERS, and all large con- sumers of TEA throughout the Kingdom. DAKIN & COMPY, TEA MERCHANTS, NUMBER ONE, SAINT PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON, have in the Bonded Warehouses (just arrived from China), several hundred original chests of Tea, at 3a. 9d. per pound; the over-weight DAKIN & COMPY. allow will reduce the price to about 3s. 7d. per pound. The Tea is strong, good, and fine flavoured. The chests weigh about 40 lbs. each, and singular enough to state, that little more than seven sovereigns will pur- chase one of these chests of good useful Tea, from Number one Saint Paul's Church Yard.. Is it not a price for good Tea unheard of even in modern times ? The Tea will be sent direct out of bond to any part of the world. Now THEN" is there an opportunity for. all the Tea con- suming families in every part of the United Kingdom to obtain really good Tea at a very low price. Let two families join together in ordering a chest, each paying 75s., and each receiv- ing 20 lbs. of good strong Breakfast Tea for the 75s. The chest and lead will not be charged. October 17th, 1845. CAUTION.-AIl Persons advertising Succedaneum for stop- ping decayed teeth, fraudulently attempt to imitate Mr. Clarke's original Succedaneum.; and if any Succedaneum than Mr. Clarke's be purchased, it will be discovered useless. Mr. Clarke can say J without the slightest exaggeration, that he has sold 3000 bottles pf Succedaneum within 16 months '• and 2800 iiMiokiuitts, hav £ been able to use it successfully and Ti most of the other purchasers have been to Mr. Clarke, at his "Residence,$rosvenor-street, London, to have their -teeth sUpped, withoujpany further charge than the original cost,of the Succedaneum, price 5s. Sold wholesale to all the cherfflsts in-town and country; and none is genuine unless had through Messrs. Barclay and Sons, wholesale Medicine ware- housq. 95, Fariingdon Street; Edwards and Son, 67,St.Panl's Chur3»,Yard Hanney and Co., 63, Oxford-street; Colleck and Mosely, 139. Upper Thames Street. London and other' respectable wholesale Nledicine Warehouses or Mr. Clarke can send it by post to any patt of the United Kingdom, on receiving a Post Office order. FOR STOPPING DECAYED TEETH, HOWEVER LARGE THE CAVIl Y. Patronised by Her Majesty the Quetn Dowager, Her Royal High- ness the Duchess of Gloucester, His Grace.the Duke of Wellingten, and the principal Nobility. MR. CLARKE'S SUCCEDANEUM, for stopping de- cayed teeth, is far superior to anything ever before used as it is placed in the tooth without any pressure or pain, becomes as hard its the enamel immediately after application, and remains firm in the tooth for life; not only rendering extraction unneces- sary, but also making them again useful for mastication All persons can use Mr. CLARKE'S SUCCEDANEUM them- selves with ease, as full directions are enclosed-plice 55 -aDd sold by all respectable Medicine-Vendors in Town and Country and can be sent by post, on receiving a post-office order. Pre- paied only by Mr. CLARKE, Surgeon-Dentist, 61, Grosvenor- street, Bond street (removed from 53, Hailey-street, Cavendish- square.) LOSS OF TEETH.-—Mr. CLARKE still continues to supply the loss of teeth, from one to a complete set, upon his beautiful system of Self-Adhesion; which has procured him universal ap- probation in some thousands of cases, and recommended by Sir James Clarke, Bart.,M.D.; Sir M. Tierney, Bart., M.D.; Dr. Chambers, Or. Pans, Dr. James Johnson, Dr., Conquest, and numerous other Members of the Medical Profession, as being the most ingenious system of supplying artificial teeth hitherto invented. They are so contrived as to adapt themselves ovei the most tender gums, or remaining stumps, without causing the least pain, rendering the operation of extraction quite unneces- ssi y and in older that his system may be within the reach of the most economical, he will continue the same moderate charges. Air. Claike, Surgeon-Dentist, No. 61, Grosvenor-street Bond-street, London. At home from eleven till four. Freemasons' & General Life Assurance. LOAN, ANNUITY, AND REVERSIONARY INTEREST COMPANY. No. 11, WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL-MALL, LONDON. PATRONS. The Right Hon. the Earl of Scarborough. The Right Hon. the Earl of Mexborough. The Right Hon. Lord Viscount Dungannon. The Right Hon. Lord Viscount Combermere, G.C.B. The Right Hon. Lord Reav. The Right Hon. Lord Saltoun, G.C.B. Sir Frederick G. Fowke, Bart. Sir George Magrath, K.H. Rowland Alston, Esq. DIRECTORS. Swynfen Jervis, Esq., Chairman. William Day, Esq. I George Goldsmith Kirby, Esq Sir William Henry Dillon, R.N. Managing Director. K.C.H. George Henry Lewes, Esq. Frederick C. Dodsworth, Esq. Richard Alexander Price,Esq. Joseph Holl,Esq. Sir Thos. Ussher, R.N.C.B. James Jephson, Esq. and K.C.H. William King, Esq. I TRUSTEES. Sir \V. H. Dillon, R.N.K.C.H. S. Jervis, Esq. H. U. Thomson, Esq. BANKERS. The London and Westminster Bank, 9, Waterloo-place. MEDICAL ADVISERS. H. U, Thomson. M.D..Piccadilly. H. B. C. Hillier, Esq., Gower-street. H. S. Illingworth, Esq., Arlington-street. LEGAL ADVISER. William Hayes, Esq. SECRETARY. Joseph Berridge, Esq. THIS Office unites the benefit of a mutual association with the security of a proprietary company, and offers to the assured, amongst others, the following advantages:- I.-Credit until death, with privilege of payment at any time Previously, for one half of the premiums for the first five years upon assurances for the whole of life a plan peculiarly advan- tageous for securing toans. 2.—In loan transactions, the lender secured against the risk of the borrower going out of Europe. 3.—Sums assured to become payable at given ages, or death, if previous. 4.-Policies indefeasible; fraud alone, not error, vitiating them, and in case the renewed premium remain unpaid, the as. surance may be revived within six months, upon satisfactory proof of health, and payment of a trifling fine. 5.-0fficers in the Army and Navy, and persons residing abroad, or proceeding to any part of the world, may be assured upon equitable teims. 6.—Immediate, Survivorship, and Deferred Annuities granted: and Endowments for Children and every other mode of profision for families arranged. Facilities for effecting Loans. All the Rates will be found to have been computed as low as is oonsistent with security. Newport, Monmouthshire: Medical Examiner Mr. W. W. Morgan, surgeon. Agent Jame* Hill, Beaufort VTflwf. Direct Steam Communication between Liverpool and South Wales. THE Public are respectfully informed that the new and I_ powerful Iron Screw Steamer, TINTERN CAPT WALTERS, just launched, and built expressly for the trade. will commence plying between LIVERPOOL & NEWPORT calling at Tenby, early in October. T • Fares. After Cabin. Fore Cabin. Liverpool to Newport 153. 7s. Ditto to Tenby 128. is. Tenby to Newport 6s. 3s Chiidren under 10 years of age Half Price. The Freight of Goods will be proportionally low, of which Lists may be obtained of the Agents in the course of a few days Arrangements are now being made to forward Liverpool and Manchester Goods from Tenby to Pembroke, Narbeth, Car- marthen, .&c., &c., &c., at a great reduction, both in tiiu« and expense, from the present system of carriage. In addition to the advantages derived from having a speedy £ Iw*1? tr!L18 v 0f 9aods and Passengers from Liverpool to South Wales,the benefits will be great, inasmuch as it will form a direct communication between Pembrokeshire, Monmouthshire. Hereford, and Gloucester, &c.. &c., which' of course would be far preferable to the usual route, via Bristol. For particulars of the times of Sailing, and rates of Freight for Goods and Passengers, Apply to DARBY & SIM, Sweeting-street, Liverpool: CALDER, Ebbw Vale, Wharf, Newport.—Mr. M. W. DAVIES, Agent for Tenby. Newport and Pillgwenlly Water Works Company. (PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED.) Capital, £ 10,000., in 1,000 shares, of £10. each. (With power of extension to JE 15,000.) Deposit, £1. per share. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE: Reginald James Blewitt, Esq., M.P., Lantarnam Abbey William Brewer, Esq., Newport Joseph Beaumont, Esq., The Tump, near Abergavenny Edward Elmes Beckingham, Esq., Newport James Jamieson Cordes, Esq., Malpas Jeremiah Cairns, Esq., Newport Thomas Cooke, Esq., Newport Aaron Crosfield, Esq., Newport Edward Dowling, Esq., Newport James Davies, Esq., Newport William Evans, Esq., Newport Lewis Edwards, Esq., Newport John Fraser, EM)., Newport Samuel Homfray, Esq., Bedwelty House, Tredegar Thomas Hawkins, Esq., Newport Thomas Hughes, Esq King's Hill John Hellicar, Esq., Malpas John Hodgkinson, Esq., Alteryn James Harrhy, Esq., Newport Philip Jones, Esq,, Llanarth Court John James, jun., Esq., Newport Joseph Latch, Esq., Newport John Lawrence, Fsq., Newport George Lawrence, Esq., Newport David Lawrence, Esq., Pontypool Thomas Morgan Llewellyn, Esq., Newport Thomas Morris, Esq., Newport Richard Mullock, Esq., Newport Jacob Jenkins Nicholas, Esq., Malpas Thomas Prothero, Esq., Malpas Court Thomas Powell, Esq., The Gaer James Rennie, Esq., Newport William Treharne Rees, Esq., Holly House, Bassalleg William Williams, Esq., Newport (With power to add to their number,) COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT. Joseph Beaumont, Esq. John Hodgkinson, ESQ. James Jamieson Cordes, Esq. Joseph Latch, Esq. Thomas Cooke, Esq. John Lawrence, Esq. James Jamieson Cordes, Esq. Joseph Latch, Esq. Thomas Cooke, Esq. John Lawrence, Esq. Samuel Homfray, Esq. Thomas Powell, Esq. Thomas Hughes, Esq. Thomas Morris, Esq. John Hellicar, Esq. William Treharne Rees, Esq. SOLICITORS. Messrs. Prothero, Towgood, and Fox, Newport. The want of a cheap and plentiful supply of pure water has long been felt by all classes at Newport, and a feeling has very generally manfested itself among the inhabitants, that efficient means ought to be taken to secure an adequate supply of this great essential to health and comfort, and to obtain thereby some protection against the ravages of fire. It is believed that there are few towns in the kingdom which have risen more rapidly into importance, as commercial ports than Newport, or which possess, in a greater degree, the ele- ments of future advancement and prosperity. Situate at the foot of a range of hills, abundantly rich in the choicest iron ore and coals—possessing a splendid tidal river, with convenient and capacious docks, capable of receiving vessels of the largest tonnage-closely connected too, as it will shortly be, by rail- roads with the metropolis, and with the midland and northern counties of England, Newport seems formed to be the great mart of a large mining and manufacturing district. As a proof of its rapid increase, it may be mentioned that the population which, by the census of 1831 was only 7,062, had in- creased in the year 1841 to 13,766 and that (as appears by the Custom House returns,) the number of ves- sets entering the port, which, in the year 1831, was 8,165, with the tonnage of 498,965 tons, amounted, in the year 1844 (after ^Tlli^tons6 'ncrease)> t0 9,783 vessels, with a tonnage of 'ast many public buildings have been ine ereatlv new extensive works constructed, tend- inhabitant* hi.» f1P*rm*ne»Jt advantage and convenience of the failing supply of deratum> an abundant apd never tr*water»stm wandn«- the large proportion of houSs whSh rmp" fer the 8uPP17.,of and the.expense of haulage U To *° If1V*te^*ll»' elude the poorer classes £ M completely fc pre-, the town, from providing tw1PP€T °f water to anything like awhHmi. •^■weives with para at Pillgwejilly, which lies on a level wlth^h*1^6*^1' Whi,le foundation, the weds are proportionablv y fiom thenars brackish, and unfit for use c a, tte public wells, (not *o mention the private onel^n"611 !• drought, are liable to become almost dry A 8easonf; ?- also daily incurred in procuring a sunnlv ping, which is at present obtained, chfeflv from thl e sl}'P" thetown, where the water is necessanVim^e stance, alone, of the frequent transit of larges keeni^ff the°h^ p £ SUon«fma" rendersud' A forP«K,toS £ of life. It cannot fail, too, to be a matter of grave and serious refiec- t«m, that at present no means whatever are provided for extinction of fire. r wl" It is with a view to remedy the evils, only hinted at above that the gentlemen, whose names are attached to this nrosn.^ tus have formed themselves into a committee for the mfrn<J7nr establishing Water Works, on a scale amply sufficient to mee! the present, and increasing exigencies, of the place and thev confidently expect the cordial co-operation of all who are in- terested in the prosperity of Newport, in carrying out an object so beneficial and important. J Careful surveys have been made of the neighbouring springs and streams, and it has been ascertained that an adequate quantity of good water can be obtained within three miles of Newport, at a sufficient elevation to supply all except a small portion of the highest part of the town, without the use of forcing power. And it is intended, with a view of extending the advantages of this undertaking to the whole town, to provide a small engine, for the supply of those houses on Stow Hill, which the water would not reach in its natural flow. It is also pro- posed to form one or more reservoirs of several acres in extent to provide for seasons of unusual drought. An estimate of the probable expense has been made, under competent and skilful advice, and it is considered that the whole competent and skilful advice, and it is considered that the whole works may be completed at a cost of less than JE 10,000 at which sum the capital has been fixed, with a power of ultimate extension to £ 15,000., if required. In establishing these water works, the principal objects which the committee have in view are to procure an abundant and never failing supply of pure water at so cheap a rate as shall enable the poor as well as the wealthy inhabitants to avail themselves of this great necessary to health and comfort, to accommodate the shipping, and to afford protection against fire. But they also confidently anticipate that, consistently with these objects, the rental derivable from the town and port will afford a fair and adequate return upon the capital invested; and they are fully borne out in this expectation by the result of calculations which have been carefully made from well-considered data of the various sources of income which may be relied on. At the same time, aU who are possessed of houses and warehouses in the borough cannot fail to derive great advantage from the KaSr.trtikSr T.-W<* »»'• obv?ou.l)rrauU Prospectuses may be had of, and applications for Shares, in TOWmftTi1 addressed to Messrs. PROTHERO, J.OVVGOOD, &JOX, Solicitors; or Mr.THOMAS MORRIS, Land Surveyor, Newport, Monmouthshire. rn t> F0?* 0F, APPLICATION FOR SHARES. „ 10 tbe Provisional Committee of the Newport and Pill gwenlly Water Works Company. Gentlemen,—1 request that you will allot to me Shares, ilu. each, in this company; and I hereby undertake to accept the same, or any less nnmber of Shares that may be allotted to me, and to pay the deposit of £1. per Share thereon, and also to execute the Parliamentary Contract, and Sub- scribers' Agreement, when required. Name in full. Residence. Profession or Business Usual Signature Reference Date of Application URNISHING^ SMITH & Co., Carpet Manufacturers* 13, SAINT AUGUSTINE'S PARTi^ISTOL. Bvn (Opposite the Draw Bridge.) K^JnostresPectful1y to announce to toe Nobility, Gtntry, i a?r M^Ktants of Newport and South Wale»f hav"ig added to their EXTENSIVE STOCK, man* e elegant designs in Brussels and other Carpets, com prising the newest and most varied out of London. RTTCTXTX?OO being entirely confined to the FURNISHING BUM.NKSS, are enabled to offer Exclusive Advantages to pur who,™uld fi"d a visit to their SPACIOUS WARE- ROOMS, well worthy of attention. The Stock consists of Axminster, Turkey Velvet Pile Brus- sels,Kilmarnock, Lincoln, Kidderminster, and other CARPETS, in every variety of Pattern and quality; with a corresponding assortment of HEARTH RUGS. THE PATENT FELTED CARPET, printed and plain Druggets, Silk Damasks an4 Taboretts, printed Tournays; Mohair, Worsted, and two- coloured Damasks; Striped, Rumsey, and Watered Moreens; ChlDa Furnitures, printed Blinds, Furniture Dimities, Mar. seilles Quilts, Counterpanes, real Witney Blankets, Linen and Cotton Silesias for Window-blinds, Table Covers, &c.; Silk and Worsted Fringes Bell-ropes, Curtain-bands, Gimps, Brass and Gilt Cornices; Poles, Ornaments &c Well-seasoned FLOOR-CLOTH, in every width and pattern, for Rooms, Halls, and Passages. Patterns of Brussels and other Carpets, &c., f.rwar4.4 to any part of th« «ouAtry.