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(To be Tct. TO BE LET—A SCPWRIOR HOUSE containing nine rooms—v.ith pnvien—Xo. S, Yori £ Place, the most healthy pure ft Newport. Aj>ply to HARSE & BROWN, G, DOck-stre .-t, Newport. j 1465 TO BE LET, a small detached VILLA RESIDENCE, with Garden, pleasantly situate-l at WOODLAND ROAD, MAINDEE.—Apply, W. G. LOVELL, Timber Merchant, Newport. 11497 ^OLET^WELT.-FURN ISIIEDAPART- JL MENTS. Pleasantly situa-tefl and Central.- Address RITA," MERLIN Office, Newport. November 1st, 1877. [1618 Wantctf. NEWPORT UNION. RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY. WANTED, an INSPECTOR OP NUI- SANCES for the RURAL PARISHES of this UNION. Salary X150 per annum, t, include travelling expenses. Candidates, who must be between -o_ani 5 years of age, must address applications to me, in their own handwriting, enclosing testimonials, not more than six in number, on or before MONDAY, the 1-TH day ot NOVEMBER next. Preference will be given to a person who can speak the Welsh language. By order,^ D0^y^jXG EVANS, Clerk. Dated 22nd October, 1877. 1597 PONTYPOOL UNION. NURSE WANTED. THE Guardians of the Pontypool Union will, at their meeting to be held on THURSDAY, the 22nd day of NOVEMBER, 1877, proceed to the appoint- ment of a NURSE for the Union Workhouse. Salary < £ 20 per year, with the usual Officer's Rations, Lodging, aud Washing. The appointment will be made subject to the orders of the Local Government Board, and the person elected must possess the requisite qualification, and be able to read writ- ten directions upon medicines. Duties to commence imme. diately upon appointment. Applications, in candidate's own handwriting, stating age, accompanied with testimonials, to be sent to me on or before the 17th day of November, 1877. The candidates will be required to attend the meeting of the Guardians on the day of election at Eleven o'clock. By Order, EDWARD B. EDWARDS, Clerk to the Guardians. Town Hall, Pontypool, October 29th, 1877. [1608 WANTED, a WORKING HOUSE- KEEPER, of mature age, for a Single Gentleman where no servant is kept. Must be a good cook, and have a good character.—Apply to R. VAUGHAN, 30, Com- mercial-street, Newport. [1617 PRINTING.-Wallted, an Apprentice in P the Printing Business.-Apply at the MERLIN" Office, Newport. (gctoattou. TUITION.—In or near Newport, an Oxford M.A. PREPARES FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS — Address Rev. J. E. JONES MACHEN, Llanthewy Rectory, Caerleon. [1263 DANCING, DEPORTMENT, AND CALISTHENIC EXERCISES. MRS. TOPLIS BEGS to announce that a LADY from lier Establishment will RESUME her engagements at Newport and its vicinity weekly, commencing OCTOBER Sth. SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE FAMILIES ATTENDED. For Ter:ns and other particulars, address to her resi- dence, 4, Regent-place, Clifton, Bristol. [1490 THE LAURELS, CLIFTON PLACE] LADIES' SCHOOL, conducted by Miss M. t J E. Lewis, with the assistance of Professors, and a resident French Governess. The Half-term will commence on MONDAY, NovEX- BER 5th. 1877. [1595 ROYAL ALBERT HALL, NEWPORT. VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT AND ORGAN RECITAL. TUESDAY, NOV. 13th, at Eight p.m. HARPIST: DR. FROST. PIANOFORTE: MRS. FROST. GRAND ORGAN: MR. OWEN WILLIAMS. AND THE NEWPORT GLEE SOCIETY. ADMISSION 6.1. and Is. 1615] JAMES EWINS A SON. PARIS HOUSE, 53, COMMERCIAL STREET. 0 MADAME,—Having carefully selected for -ij-L the present Season the Newest and most Choice Styles in MILLINERY AND MANTLES, ALSO DRESS MATERIALS, I beg your early inspection of the above-mentioned. Thanking you for past favours and soliciting a continuance of the same. Yours, very obediently. M. E. CLARKE. All Orders carefully attended to. Ladies' own Material made up when required. The Ladies' Outfitting and Baby Linen DeparLment still receives careful attention from the Misses CLARKE & CROFTS. November 1st, 1877. [1616 lattsby ^uctiw. TO BUTCHERS, CATTLE DEALERS, HORSE DEALERS, AND OTHERS. GOLDCLIFF, MONMOUTHSHIRE, Six Miles from the town of Newport, Two Miles from Llanwern Station, on the Great Western Railway. ANNUAL SALE OF FARMING STOCK. MR. CLIFFORD C. GREEN begs to an- nounce that he will hold the above Sale at the FARMERS' ARMS INN, on MONDAY, November 5th, 1877. The following Entries have been received :-36 Fat Steers and Heifers, 120 prime Fat Sheep, 2 useful Cart Mares in foal; 2-year-old Filly, by "Telegraph," dam by Sir James;" very handsome, 10 Porkers, 1 Sow and 10 Pigs. The above Stock is selected from the splendid Herds of John Kenee, Esq., Whitson William Price, Esq., Goldeliff Messrs. Wilcox, Porton,Goldcliff; Mr. Jones, Nash Mr. William Hignell, Magor; and others of the principal breeders and feeders in the district. In consequence of the large number of lots the Auctioneer begs to request a punctual attendance. Sale will commence at Twelve o'clock prompt. Entries are respectfully solicited, which will appear in editions of the South Wales Weekly lelegram and MON- MOUTHSHIRE MERLIN, issued previous to the Sale. Auction and Estate Office, Whitson, and 114, Com- mercial-street, Newport, Mon., October 10th, 1877. [1559 TO HAY MERCHANTS, COLLIERY PROPRIETORS CONTRACTORS, INVESTORS, AND OTHERS. GOLDCLIFF, MONMOUTH SHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF PRIME MEADOW HAY. MR. CLIFFORD C. GREEN has been favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION at the FARMERS' ARMS INN, Goldcliff, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, 1877, about 220 Tons of PRIME MEADOW HAY, IN 13 RICKS. Twelve are situate in the Parish of Goldcliff, and One in the Parish of Whitson; and near to the place of Sale. They are numbered in the respective order in which they will be sold. and will be shown on application to Mr. Wm. Walters, Sampson's Court; Mr. William Price, Grove- House; or Mr. George Vaughan, of the Farmers'Arms Inn, Goldcliff. Six of the Ricks may remain where they now stand, to epit the convenience of Purchasers for Investment. Sale at Four o'clock in the Afternoon precisely. Estate Offices, Whitson, and 114 commercial Street, Newport, Mon. [1605 fates by Station. PONTYPOOL, MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. MESSRS. PHLLPOT & WINGFIELD have received instructions to b ELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th day of NOVEMBER next, at 3 p.m., at the KDW'S HEAD HOTEL, NEWPORT, the following lots of OAK AND ASH TIMBER AND COPPICE WOODS, Subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced. LOT 1 — Part of the Graigrawr, 22a. 2r. Op. in extent, or thereabouts, together with 31 oak timber trees and 29 stores, situate near Aherbeeg Railway Station, in the parish of Mynyddyslwyn. LOT 2.—The Thinnings of Glopwlla Wood, 20 acres in extent, or thereabouts, together with 5 -oak timber trees and 14 stores, situate near Abertillery Railway Station, in the parish of Aberystruth. LOT 3.—Part of the Lasgarne Wood, known as the middle portion, lying above and below the Old Tramroad, 22a. Or. 32p. in e:cent, or thereabouts, together with six or.k trees and 20 scores, situate near Abersychan Railway Station, in the parish of Trevethin. LOT 4.—The North-West portion of the Goytrey Wern, I 15a. Ir. 32p. in extent, or thereabouts, situate within half- a-mile of the Nantyderry Railway Station, in the parish ) of Goytrey. LOT 5.-Part of the Laswyn, 13a. 2r. 14p. in extent, or thereabouts, situate in the parishes of Mamhilad and Goytiey, and adjoining a good road leading t,) the Nanty- derry station. LOT 6.—Tyr William Ambrose, 7a. Or. 5p. in extent, or thereabouts, situate adjoining the Towing Path of the Monmouthshire Canal, and within half-a-mile of Pontrhy- dyrun Station. LOT 7.—Pontrhydyrun Wood, 15a 3r. Op. in extent, or thereabouts, situate within half-a-mile of the Pontrhy- dyrun Railway Station, and close to a good road. The timber trees in the several lots are numbered in red paint, from No. 1 upwards; and the stores are dis- tinguished by a red cross. William Lewis, woodman, Abercarn, will show lots 1 and 2; and Thomas Saunders, woodman, Estate Yard, Pontypool, will show lots 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7; and for further particulars applv to the AUCTIONEERS, or to Ma. ALFRED A, WILLIAMS, Park Estate Office, Pontypool. Dated October 17th, 1877. [ 1579 TIMBER, LARCH, AND COPPICE WOODS. MR. THOMAS PARRY will SELL, at the GOLDEN LION INN, USK, on THURSDAY, the 15TH NOVEMBER, 1877, at 2 p.m., subject to the conditions of sale. MONMOUTHSHIRE. LOT I.-The FALLAGE of the Pandy Wood," in the Parish of Goytre, containing about 49a. Or. 12p.; all Stores and Timber reserved. LOT 2.—Pwyll Bach," containing 3a. lr. 25p., in the Parish of Llantrissent, with 10 Ash Timber Trees, num- bered in red, and 15 Ash Stores, dotted red all other Trees and Stores reserved. LOT 3.-Portion of the large Wood, adjoining Lot. 2, up to the path leading from Bertholey House to Will of Wentwoods, about 32 Acres, to be measured hereafter, with 2 Sycamores, 12 Ash, 2 Cherry, 1 Chestnut, and 1 Wych Timber Trees, numbered in red, and 37 Stores dotted red all other Stores and Timber reserved. LOT 4.-About 260 strong Larch, 42 Oak Stores, and 7 Ash, growing in a Plantation near Bertholey House, in the Parish of Llantrissent. LOT 5.—24 Ash and 7 Wych Timber Trees, numbered in red, and 50 Stores, dotted red, standing near Whitehall Farm, Llantrissent. LOT 6.—The Coppice of Cefn Wood," near Lot 5, con- taining 2a. 3r. 32p., with 4 Ash, 3 Wych Timber, and 3 Stores, numbered and dotted red. LOT 7.—A small Wood, near Lot 6, containing 3a. 2r. 13p., with 5 Ash Timber Treea, nnmbered in red, and 6 Stores, dotted red. LOT 8.—A Part of New Wood," in the Parish of Trostrey, about 8 Acres, to be hereafter measured, with 4 Ash, and 1 Beech Trees, numbered in red. Mr. JENKINS, Pandy Farm, Goytre, will show Lot 1. Mr T.BowYER, Bertholey House, will show Lots 2, 3, 4,5, 6, and 7. Mr. PRITCHARD, Trostrey Hill, will show Lot 8. Further particulars may be bad of Mr. OLIVER DAVIES, Land Agent, Usk. Usk, 30th October, 1877. [ 1610 BLACK ROCK HOTEL, PORTSKEWETT, MON. MESSRS. JOHN DAVIS and SON'S MONTHLY SALE BY AUCTION OF FAT and STORE STOCK, &c., at the above HOTEL, TUES- DAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1877. PRESENT ENTRIES 1CO FAT SHEEP; 40 STOCK LAMBS 24 RIPE FAT CATTLE 1 COW and CALF 13 STORE PIGS. Further Entries are solicited on or before TUESDAY next to ensure publicity. Auctioneers' Offices, Welsh-street, Chepstow. [1620 RISCA FARM. Within Five Minutes Wallc of Cross Keys Railway Station. Sale of 32 Head of Cattle; 2 Horses, 26 Piers, first-clais Agricultural Implements, Wheat, Barley, and Oats in Straw, Mangolds, Swedes, and Turnips, Lattermath, Dairy Utensils, and other valuable effects, the property of Lieut -Colonel L. HEYWORTH, who is giving up the Farm, and which MR. JAMES GRAHAM has been honoured with instructions to CONDUCT on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH, 1877. PARTICULARS. CATTLE.—19 DAIRY COWS, to calve in good season 2 Three-year-old Steers 2 Two-year-old Steers 2 prime i Heifers, in calf; 3 Alderney Cows 1 Barren Cow, meaty short-horn Bull, rising two-years 2 short-horn Yearlings. HORSES.—Very valuable CART MARE, Radnor Lass," 8 years and Cart Horse, Brecon Boy," 7 years both very powerful, and superior workers. PIGS.—8 PORKERS, Black Sow, in farrow; well-bred Sow, with 6 Pigs ditto Sow, with 5 Pigs; ditto Sow, with 2 Pigs 1 Boar Pig. A General Assortment of AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS, Harness, &c. PRODUCE.-Rick of WHITE OATS, in straw (about 150 bushels); Rick of Barley, in straw (about 300 bushels) 2 Ricks of Oats, in straw (about 120 bushels) Rick of Wheat, in straw (about 150 bushels) several Tons of Mangolds, in suitable Lots of 10 to 20 tons Swedes and Turnips on the ground about 38 Acres of Lattermath, in 2 Lots, to the 1st February, 1878. N.B.-The whole will be sold to go off. DAIRY UTENSILS and numerous other Effects. The Stock may be seen (by card) between the hours of Twelve and Five on Monday, the 12th November. Luncheon will be provided in a Cottage adjoining the Farm, at Eleven Sale to commence punctually at Half- past Twelve o'clock. N.B.—A very punctual attendance is respectfully soli- cited. Dated Auctioneer's Offices, 67, High-street, Newport. 11603 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. JAMES GRAHAM has been honoured with instructions from the representatives of the late Rev. Chancellor Williams, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on MONDAY and TUESDAY, the 26th and 27th days of NOVEMBER, 1877, the well-preserved and substantial HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CHOICE CATTLE, HORSES, CARRIAGES, AND EFFECTS, In, upon, and belonging to the Premises as above. Particulars in future advertisements. Dated 2nd November, 1877. [1622 GLAN USK FARM, GOITREY. MR. JAMES GRAHAM has baen favoured with instructions from Mr. Isaac Lewis, to SELL, on THURSDAY, the 22nd day of NOVEMBER, 1877, the whole of his LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK and EFFECTS. Particulars in future Advertisements. L1623 (Tcttto. TENDERS FOR COAL. AMENDED ADVERTISEMENT. JJ. CORDES & Co, of the Dos Works Newport, Mon., are open to receive TENDERS up to 3rd NOVEMBER, inclusive, for the supply of their Works with coal for Furnace use for two years, from 1st JANUARY 1878. Probable quantity required from 400 to 500 tons weekly.—Separate prices to be quoted for Screened and for through and through Coal delivered at the Dos Works. A fixed sum per ton to be named, which is to be added to, or deducted from the price to meet each rise or fall in wages, of 10 per cent. J. J. ConDRS & Co., do not bind themselves to acoept the lowest or any tender. Dos Works, Newport, Mop, October 31st, 1877. llWi fficufliy. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS. rrO BE SOLD by TENDER either in one JL or six lots, the following COPPICE AND TIMBER, Situate on the Cefn Ila Estate, in the parish of Llan baddoc, Monmouthshire, the property of EDWARD LISTER, Esq. LOT 1.—About 5a. 3r. 18p. of Coppice, called Coed-y- Hendie, together with 48 Oak double and treble Stores, dotted, and 29 Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, standing therein. LOT 2.—About 13a. 2r. 4p. of Coppice, called Coed Bungwm, together with 53 Oak double aud treble Storers, dotted, aud 38 Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, standing therein. LOT 3.-About 16a. 2r. 20p. of Coppice, called the Petting Gale, together with 57 Oak and 1 Ash, double and treble Storers, dotted, and 57 Oak and 2 Ash Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, standing therein. LOT 4.—21 Oak and 2 Ash Timber Trees, numbered, I and 51 Oa'v Ash, and Beech double and treble Stores, dotted with red paint, standing on Land, near the Petting Galo Wood. LOT 5.—112 Larch, 4 Oak, and 1 Ash Trees, numbered, and 7 Oak, and 3 Ash double and treble Storars, dotted with red paint, standing in a Grove by Cefn Ila Cottage. LOT 6.—3 Oak, 2 Ash, 2 Elm, and 1 Larch Trees, num- bered, and 21 Oak and other double and treble Stores, dotted with red paint, standing on land near Cefn Ila Lodge aud 9 Spruce Trees, 1 Oak Tree, on top of Graig- y-nalt Wood, numbered in red. All Trees or Stores numbered with white paint, or ringed with red paint, are reserved to stand together with all Holly, Yew, Larch, and other Firs, except those specified for Sale.-Tenders to be sent in to MR. OLIVER DA VIES, Land Agent, Usk, on or before FRIDAY, the 9th of NOVEMBER, 1877, from whom further particulars may be obtained. [1609 pottos. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT! ROYAL ALBERT HALL, NEWPORT. TWO GRAND MORNING & EVENING PERFORMANCES, (Under Distinguished Patronage) of BIRCH'S NEW AND SPARKLING OPERETTA "ROBIN HOOD," OR THE MERRIE MEN OF SHERWOOD FOREST," WITH FULL ORCHESTRA, AND GRAND ORGAN ACCOMPANIMENT, WILL BE GIVEN ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1877. The Choruses by the Cardiff Choral Society, and Solos by Artistes of renowned ability. The Orchestra consisting of First and Second Violins, Violas, Cellos, Double Bass, Clarionets, Flute, Bassoon, Horn, Cornets, and Drums. BAND AND CHORUS NUMBERING 100. (FULL PARTICULARS IN DUE COURSE.) JAMES EWINS & SON. [1101 BOROUGH OF NEWPORT, MON. THE INDIAN RELIEF FUND. MADRAS FAMINE. AT the urgent request of the LORD MAYOR OF LONDON, and the MANSION HOUSE COMMITTER, also by the MADRAS FAMINE COMMITTEE, for assistance to alleviate the distress now prevailing in Southern India, whereby an immense population is endangered by this appalling visitation, I appeal for your generous aid, and beg to acknowledge the following subscriptions:- GEO. FOTHERGILL, Mayor. £ s. d. Amount previously advertised 701 0 8 Newport District of Oddfellows 26 5 0 Red Rose Lodge of Shepherds. 2 2 0 Congregational Chapel, Cwmbran 1 18 0 Collections at Maesllech and Caerleon") nA Chapels j 1 10 6 Mr. W. H. Partridge. 110 Mr. Daniel Jones, Pontnewynydd 0 10 0 Total promised £ 734 7 2 Remitted to the Lord Mayor of London September 22nd, first instalment. £ 100 0 0 September 28th, second 100 0 0 October 11th third „ 100 0 0 October 19th, fourth „ 100 0 0 November 2nd, fifth" 100 0 0 L1459 (BMCM NEWPORT MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1877. EAST WARD. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I beg to return my thanks to the 111 Burgesses who re- (nrded their votes in my favour. I also take this opportunity of stating that if the other 80 who had promised to support me had been faithful to their promises, the result would have been very different. Yours faithfully, 1624J GEORGE FOTHERGILL. NEWPORT MUNICIPAL ELECTION. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE SOUTH WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I return you my sincere thanks for your confidence in re- electing me, unopposed, to represent you at the Town Council, and assure you my support shall be given at all times to promote measures which I consider will be con' ducive to the best interest of the Borough. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours obediently, WYNDHAM JONES. Hill-street, November 1st, 1877. [1620 BOROUGH OF NEWPORT. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE SOUTH WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I beg to thank you very sincerely for the honour you have done me this day, in re-electing me, unopposed, to repre- sent you at the Council Board, and to assure you that it will still be my earnest desire faithfully to'discharge the important duties of the office. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, JOSEPH ROGERS. Malvern Villa, Park-place, Nov. 1, 1877. [1619 NEWPORT MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1877. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE CENTRAL WARD LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.—Pray ac. cept my heartfelt thanks, for the honour you have conferred on me, by again returning me to the Council Board as one of your representatives. Rest assured, my constant aim will be, to prove myself worthy of the highly- prized votes you have this day recorded in my favour. I beg to subscribe myself, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, WILLIAM WEST. 49, Stow Hill, 1st November, 1877. [1620 TO THE BURGESSES OF THE NORTH WARD. LADIES & GENTLEMEN. — Aiiow me to thank you for your renewed expression of con- fidence. Trusting by assiduous attention to public duties increasingly to merit your approval, I am, Respectfully yours. 1621J JOHN R. JACOB. BENSON'S WATCHES. Watch and Clock Maker to the Queen and Royal Family, and by special appointment to the Prince of Wales and Emperor of Russia. Old Bond-street, and (Steam Factory), Lud- gate-hill, London. BENSON'S" WATCHES of every descrip- tion, suitable for all climates, from £ 2 to 200 guineas. Chronographs, Chronometers, Keyless, Levers, Presentation, Repeaters, Railway Guards, Soldiers, and Workmen's Watches of extra strength. ARTISTIO ENGLISH JD CLOCKS, decorated with Wedgwood and other I. CLOCKS, decOl'a.ted with Wedgwood and other wares, designed to suit any'style of architecture or furni- ture also, as novelties for presents. Made solely by Benson. From £ 5 os. BENSON'S PAMPHLETS" on TURRhiT CLOCKS, Watches, Clocks, Plate, and Jewellery, Illustrated, sent post free each for two stamps. Watches Illustrated, sent post free each for two stamps. Watches sent safe by post. Benson's new work, Time and Time Tellers," 2s. 6d. f1603 r K I N A ;-T A LN'S LL WHISKY UNIVERSALLY RECOM- MENDED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. A pure old spirit, mild, mellow, delicious and most wholesome. Dr. HASSALL says— The samples were soft aud mellow to the taste, aromatic and ethereal to the smell. The Whisky must be pronounced to be pure, well matured, and of very excellent quality." I WHOLESALE 20, GT. TITCHFIELD ST., LONDON, W. [153 THE NEWPORT, PILLGWENLLY, THE NEWPORT, PILLGWENLLY, AND MAIN DEE PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY (Incorporated under The Building Societies' Act, 1874." OFFICES :—6, TREDEGAR-PLACE, NEWPORT, MON. TRUSTEES: L. A. HOMFRAY, ESQ., J.P E. J. PHILLIPS, ESQ., J.P. EBENEZER LEWIS, ESQ., J.P. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: CHAIRMAN BENJAMIN EVANS, ESQ., Ex-MAvoa. VICE-CHAIRMAN T. P. WANSBROUGH, ESQ., J.P. MR. WALTER EDWARDS. MR. HENRY FAULKNEK. MR. THOMAS PONSFORD. MR. R. E. PAYNTER. MR. ENOCH GRIFFITHS. MR. HENRY ALLEN. MR DAVID EDWARDS. I MR. H. B. SKETCH. MR. W. S. LANG. MR. JOHN LINTON. BANKERS: THE LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK. AUDITORS MESSRS. TRIBE, CLARKE, & CO. SOLICITOR MR. JOSEPH GIBBS. SECRETARY: 1\IR. W. MILTON LOCKE. Applications received daily for Investment Shares, and also for advances on Real and Leasehold Property. The Directors are prepared to receive deposits of Sums of Money, repayable on Short Notice, at interest ranging from Four to Five per cent. Subscription Meetings the FIRST TUESDAY in each Month, up to 9 p.m., at which hour the Office closes. The NEXT meeting for the receipt of Subscriptions, Repayments, and Deposits is TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2nd. Copies of the Rules and all information can be obtained from the SECRETARY, at the Society's Office, 6 Tredegar-place. 11363 PHCENIX FIRE ASSURANCE p COMPANY, LOMBARD STREET AND CHARING CROSS, LONDON, ESTABLISHED IN 1782. TRUSTEES AND DIRECTORS: John Edward Bovill, Esq. Kirkman D. Hodgson,Esq,M.P Decimus Burton, Esq. Sir John Lubbock, Bart. M.P^ The Houble. Jas. Byng. F.R.S. John Clutton, Esq. Charles Thomas Lucas, Esq. Octavius Ed. Coope, Esq. M.P.j John Dorrien Mageus, Esq. John Coope Davis, Esq, John Stewart Oxley, Esq. George Arthur Fuller, Esq. Charles Rivaz, Esq. Chas. Emanuel Goodhart, Esq.! Dudley Robert Smith, Esq. Osgood Hanbury, Esq. Win. James Thompson, Esq. AUDITORS Walter Bird, Esq. The Lord William-Brook Phipps. Joseph Francis Lescher, Esq. SECRETARIES George William Lovell. John J. Broomfield. Insurances against Loss by Fire are effected by the PH(ENIX COMPANY upon every description of Pro- perty, in every part of the World, on the most favourable terms. The promptitude and liberality with which its engage- ments are always met by this Company, are well known, and the importance of its relations with the Public may be estimated from the fact that since its establishment it has paid more than Eleven Millions Sterling in discharge of Claims for Losses by Fire. Insurances with this Company expiring at MICHAELMAS must be renewed within Fifteen days thereafter, or they will become void. Receipts are now ready at the principal Offices, Lombard Street and Charing Cross, and with the respective Agents throughout the United Kingdom. AGENTS FOR MONMOUTHSHIRE, &c. NEWPORT Mr. S. T. EVANS, Land Agent, &c. „ Mr. E. C. Bates, Cashier. Cardiff Alexander Bevan, Esq.; Mr. Charles E. Stallybrass, Mining Engineer. M Mr ,D. W. Watson, Timber Merchant. Abergavenny.Mr .George Matthews, Ironmonger. Chepstow Messrs. Baldwyn and Morgan, Solicitors. Monmouth Mr. George P. Cossens. Pontypool Mr. John Philpot, Estate Agent. Pontyprldd .Vacant. Usk Michael Davis, Esq., Solicitor. Neath Mr. William Paddison, Jun. Presteign Mr. R Rogers, Grocer. I Raglan Mr. Edward Jones, Draper. f 1517 ——————————————————————————————————. SUN FIRE OFFICE, LONDON, ESTABLISHED 1710. HENRY P. SHAW LEFEVRE, Esq., Chairman and Treasurer; FRANCIS B. RELTON, Esq., Secretary. Total Sum insured in 1876, £248,180,367. Claims paid during the last ten years, upwards of Two MILLIONS STERLING. All information respecting Fire Insurances, may be obtained from any of the undermentioned Agents of the Society. AGENTS: NEWPORT MR. CHARLES CULLUM, 19, Stow HiU. < Abergavenny Mr. William H. Grieve. Chepstow Mr. James W. Coles. Ebbw Vale Mr Thomas G. Powell. Monmouth Mr. William C. A. Williams. Pontypool Mr. Richard Greenway. Tredegar Mr. George Harrhy. Usk Mr. James Keats. [1344 Usk Mr. James Keats. [1344 BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS io Prices Is. lid., and 2s. fill. per box. 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