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-æ: :liiti\Ií'i;Ö,:t,'Ii&ib -r. \'¡.II; TO ADVERTISERS. The large and increasing Circulation of the PRINCIPALITY renders It a most advantageous medium for Advertisements of all descriptions. The terms are moderate:—six lines and under, five shillings; and fowrpcnce for each additional line. A considerable reduction is made on Advertisements repeatedly inserted. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WALES. I. — ■ ODartuff guibcrttscuunts. ESTABLISHED FORTY YEARS. JOHN B. HOPKINS, GROCEB, 0'c., 18, ANGEL-STREET, CARDIFF, I ) IGS to olfer a good CONGOU TEA, 3s. 4d. superior ditto, ) 3s. 6d. fine PEKOE kind, 3s. 9d. finest ditto, 4s.; GUN- POWDER, from 4s. 6d. upwards good Ceylon COFFEE, Is., Is. 2d. Plantation ditto, Is. 4d., Is. 6d. Jamaica, Is. 6cl., Is. 8d,; Mocha' Is. lOd. to 2s.; with every article in the GROCERY line of first-rate quality and equally low terms. June 13th, 1848. HENRY CRANT, OPTICIAN, WORKING JEWELLER, SILVERSMITH, WATCHMAKER, BEGS to inform the nobility, gentry, clergy, and other inha- bitants of Cardiff and neighbourhood, that he has REMOVED from Angel-street to more conunodiouspremises at No. 24, DUKE- STREET—immediately opposite the Guardian newspaper office- wheic he trusts to receive a continuance of those favours which his friends and the public generally have hitherto conferred upon him. His arrangements are not yet quite completed; but in the course of a very short time he hopes to have the gratification of calling public attention to an entirely new and elegant stock of Jewellery, Plate, Watches, Clocks, Optical, Nautical, Mathema- tical Instruments, &c., &c. Cardiff, June 16th, 1848. IMPORTANT SALE OF LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY. DANEL" JOTHAM, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF, WILL commence SELLING OFF on SATURDAY, June 24th, 1848 (to-morrow),the whole of his extensive and valu- able STOCK of Drapery and Hosiery, Haberdashery, Bonnets, Hats, and Caps, Ready-made Clothes, &c., at an enormous sacrifice. The amount sacrificed in the Stock will enable D. J othamto submit to the public the most extraordinary bargains ever ottered in the town of Cardiff', in order to clear the whole before entering his new premises. Every article will be marked in plain figures, and no abatement made afterwards. The shop will be opened every morning at 9 o'clock, until the whole is disposed of. R. DAVIES, GROCER, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF, TJEGS to return his best thanks to his Friends and the Public I) generally, for the very liberal Support he has experienced during the six. years he has resided in the town R. D. begs also to-announce to Families and others in Cardiff and its vicinity, that he has connected the GENERAL PROVISION TRADE next door to the GROCERY, and trusts from the Quality and Prices in each Department to merit a continuance of their favours. JUST OPENED, THE LONDON HAT EMPORIUM, 22, HIGH-STREET CARDIFF, F >R THE SALE OF EYE It Y DESCRIPTION or HATS AND CAPS OF TIIK MODEUN STYLES, COMBINED WITH THE YI-UIY BEST QUALITY JOI14-11 WILLIAMS ii m RESPECTFULLY calls the atten- tion of the inhabitants of Cardiff aud the surrounding country to his ex- tensive and well selected stock of HATS, CAPS, &c., having purchased the same in the first London houses u ider very advantageous circumstances, uving to the very depressed state of orade in the manufacturing districts, he is enabled to offer goods of the first style and quality at astonishing low prices. Ventilating ilats of vanousprices highly recommended for warm Weather. An Extensive Stock of Cloth Caps, Leather Hat Cases, and Carpet Hags J. W. be's to inform the public generally that it will be his study to keep such qualities only as may ensure their patronage and support. THE LOWEST PRICE ASKED FOLT EVERY ARTICLE. T,-E!-East Side of the Town-l-Iall. TO CAPTAINS AND OTHERS FREQ UENTING TIIE PORT OF CARDIFF. J. T. BARRY, WATCHMAKER, 6, DUKE STREET, HAVING Erected an OBSERVATORY, furnished with JL1. a Superior TRANSIT INSTRUMENT, also engaged in experienced and competent Instrument Maker to work on the premises, is in a position to undertake the Repairing and Rating Chronometers, and the Repairs of all kinds of Nautical, Mathematical, Optical and other Instruments, in a superior manner, thereby obviating the necessity for sending them to Bristol, London, or elsewhere, as heretofore. Nautical, Mathematical, Optical, and other Instruments for sale. J. T. B. avails himself of this opportunity for thanking his numerous supporters for their liberal patronage, and will con- stantly ilukeit his study to merit their continued favours. The Stock of English and Foreign Clocks, Watches, Jewel- lery, and Fancy Goods is continually receiving additions care- fully selected from the various manufacturers, and of the newest designs. Repairs in all its branches carefully executed. Eight-day Dials, from f.3 as.; Eight-day Clocks with Maho- gany Cases, from JE4 as. J. HIPWELL, MANUFACTURER OF HOSIERY, GLOVES, GENTLEMEN'S ELASTIC SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, CHILDREN'S SOCK.S, &C. At JVo. 18, St. Jtfary-street, corner of Wharton-street. T il., in returning his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public generally for the very liberal support he has re- ceived since he has been in Cardiff; begs to inform his customers and friends generally, that on his last visit to England he availed himself of an excellent opportunity of buying about 1,000 drwiea of Cheap Cotton Stockings of all sorts and sizes, which will be sold—women's from Sd. per pair—men's from 4d, good to L. -lcl., usually sold in the manufactory for 2s. The whole to be cleared out in a month., 3. H. is in CO ABRIDGE, market every TUESDAY;. NEW- BRIDGE every ^VtEDN"ESDAY J and CARDIFF every SATURDAY. Goods made to Order at the Shortest Notice. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WORSTED & YARNS, MERINOS, COTTONS, &c. In Webs, always on hand. Gentlemen's Summer Clpthes kept. .Flannel., Calico, Prints, &c., &c., in great variety. 1..il' NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF ENGLAND. 112, Bishopsgate-street, London, June 13, 1848. THE Directors of the National Provincial Bank of England hereby give notice, that a dividend, at the rate of six per cent, per annum, for the half-year ending the 30th of June, 1818, will be payable on the Company's Stock, on and after the 13th of July next, when the dividend warrants will be obtained at the Com- pany's office, 112, Bishopsgate-street, or at the different branches. The transfer books will be closed on and after Monday next, the 19th instant, until the dividend becomes payable. By order of the court of Directors, DANIEL ROBERTSON, Manager. JAMES KENWAY, GROCER, NEATH, TS in immediate want of A FEMALE ASSISTANT, who is 1 thoroughly acquainted with the trade, and well versed in the Welsh language. A RESPECTABLE YOUTH is also wanted as an Apprentice. Neath, June 28th, 1848. Just Published, Price 9d., THE COTTAGER'S GARDEN ASSISTANT, CONTAINING plain and practical rules for cultivating the c most useful vegetables, with directions respecting draining •trenching, and cropping: by Robert Clark, gardener to Henry John Grant, Esq., Gnoll Castle, Glamorganshire. London: Longman and Company. Neath: T. Thomas and W. Hibbtrt. SALE-OF HORSES AND HARNESS.—TO IRON-MAS- TERS, COLLIERY PROPRIETORS, FARMERS, &c. 50 VALUABLE IIORSES AND HARNESS FOR SALE BY AUCTION. MR. M. WHjTTINCTON HAS the honour to announce that he has received instructions from the proprietors, to SELL BY AUCTION, without reservation, (for ready money only,) on Thursday, 6th July, 1848, in front of the Somerset House, Taibach, Glamorganshire, FIFTY valuable DRAUGHT, LEVEL, and RIDING IIORSES and HARNESS. The sale will commence at eleven for twelve noon to a minute. Descriptive catalogues will be ready for delivery one week prior to sale, and may be had at any of the principal inns in the county, or of the auctioneer, Post-office, Neath. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Extensive and Valuable MINERAL PROPERTY and IRON WORKS FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE VENALLT COAL AND IRON WORKS, SITUATE on the south side of the river Neath, about eight s miles from the port of Neath, and fourteen from the port of Swansea, with all the necessary appendages for carrying on the smelting of iron, and an extensive shipping trade of stone coal and stone coal culm. The property comprises long leases of coal and iron stone, ex- tending over about 3,000 acres of land, in a ring fence, which are taken on favourable terms. The coal is anthracite, and three veins of an aggregate thickness of about 25 feet are effectually opened by level for the supply of 100 to 200 tons per day. The iron-stone veins are abundant and rich, and sufficiently opened by level to yield an ample supply for three furnaces. There is als^Mtaluable Black Band extending over a large acreage, The works consist of an engine-house for a pair of engines, one fifty horse high-pressure blowing engine, two blast furnaces, with all the necessary hot-blast stoves, casting-houses, foundry, finery, &c., &c. The works and colliery are in operation, and any per- son who may be desirous of purchasing will be treated with on liberal terms. Reports recently made on the property, by Messrs. John Southan of Bilston, and W. P. Struve, of Swansea, may be seen on applica- tion to Messrs. Jevons and Wood, Neath; Messrs. Llewellyn and Randall, solicitors, Neath: or to Messrs. Rowland, Ilacon, and Rowland, solicitors, 38, Threadneedle-street, London. TO GROCERS AND OTIIERST TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a commodious HOUSE and SHOP, in the centre of the improving town of ABER- DARE, where a lucrative business has been carried on for a number of years in the Grocery and Drapery trade, the present occupier retiring from business. Rent moderate. Apply to Mr. Robert Jones, Black Lion, Aberdare.. PROTEST Aü\lT UNION, FOP, TIIE BENEEIT OF THE Wl DOWS AND CHILDREN OF PRO. TESTANTS OF ALL DENOMINATIONS. rpiIIS Institution, which has been established nearly fifty years, | offers to Ministers peculiar facilities foV providing an AN- NUITY for a WIDOW, of from £ 10 to £ 50. Its capital of £ 22,000, which Is yearly increasing, has been raised, not by shares borrowed, bearing interest; but, with the exception of a few Legacies, from the subscriptions of its members. It will he seen by a reference to the annual reports, that the business of the soci- ety is conducted at a comparatively small cost; and as no profits are made by any pat-ties, all the advantages arising from improved finances are shared by all its members, either by increase of annuitv or reduction of premium the increase on. the former amounting in the last few years, according to length of membership, to 29 40' and 60 per cent. The premiums are calculated on the most mode- rate scale, consistent with the financial safety of the Society The llw which provides that a member leaving no widow the sum of from £ 100 to E400, according to the amount-of anrwity, shall be paid to his child or children, of whatever age, is a guarantee that the sum he contributes must ultimately benefit his family. No fee is demanded on admission beyond one year's premium paid in advance, which is carried to the individual's credit, and his beneficiary interest commences the moment such payment is made. To families, where there was no widow, various sums, from £ 100 to E320 have been paid, amounting, almost in all cases, to consider- ably more than the premium paid. Particulars may be obtained by application to the Rev. John Hunt, Secretary, 14 Brixton-rise, Surrey, who is to be seen at the Office, No. 7, Blomfield-strect, Finsbury, every Tuesday morning- from eleven till one o clock. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, &c. WILLIAM JONES, Opposite the Castle Hotel, Merthyr, and Castle-street, Tredegar, XXAS determined to sell the above articles as l6w as the adver- JJL tising shops the other side of the Severn, as the following list will show :—• ° ■n l ALL WARRANTED TO' PEKFORM CORRECTLY. £ S. d. Detached Lever, with maintaining power, and jewelled.. 4 0 0 Do. to mark seconds and capped HI- c. Silver dial do r r ? Best finish do .••••• Do. jewelled in four holes r n Do. with silver dial f jo n Vertical movement with gold dial aii'd else 8 0 0 Do. double back 10 ft 0 Best lever movement do. 12 0 ft Eight-day clock in mahogany polished" case 315 n- Do. with 13 inch dumb arch dial, canted case do"5 ]() n Do. in full column c ise, day of month hand fi i n « 30-hour clock in oak case | V j* Eight-day spring clock 3 a n Do. with glass to sliow pendulum o R Do. inlaid with pearl 3 15 q Second-hand watches in silver cases, from 0 10 Q Curb pattern gold guard, to weigh three sovereigns 3 0 0 Ditto do. to weigh four sovereigns 3 19, 0 f Fancy patterns 10s. extra Lady's coloured gold neck chains, from 510 0 Londrf and Birmingham best jewellery, in fancy rings', brooches, pins, seals ana keys, &c., at a small advance 011 the manufacturers' ( prices. Fancy goods, cutlery, &»., considerably under former f charges Gold, Silver, Shell, and other framed Pebble Spectacles, to suit all sights and eyes. T^r^?a.ui-nned1 h°me-made HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FEAT HER and MILPUFF BEDS, MATTRASSES, &c ec- tremely cheap.. HEADY MONEY NO ABATEMENT.. j 1" WANTED TO HIRE, For Two or Three Years, A GOOD-TONED COTTAGE or CABINET PIANO. Apply (with terms) to A. B., PUINCIP VLITY Office, Cardiff. Estate of Thomas Brown, late of the Angel Inn, Cardiff, deceased. NOTICE. JT is requested that all persons having claims or demands upon o'' against, the above-named estate will forthwith send in the particulars thereof to Mr. John Hopkins, solicitor, 2, All Saints' Laitt. Exchange, Bristol, in order that the same may be examined, and, iJfound correct, discharged. And all persons indebted to the said estate, or having any effects belonging thereto, are requested to pay or deliver the same to the said Mr. Hopkins. JOHN HOPKINS, 2, All Saints' Lane, Exchange,. Bristol, solicitor to the executors of the. late Thomas Brown. Bristol, 21st June, 1848. x 7, ANGEL-STREET, CARDIFF. JOHN AUBREY "OEGS respectfully to announce that he has received a large S3 SUPPLY of the new season TEAS, which for strength and flavour far surpass any teas imported for many years. J. Aubrey this: .day commences selling an extraordinary fine Congou at 4s. per pound. This is a thorough good Tea, ripe, rich, and fragrant, strong, rough, pungent, and J. A. challenges the quality against any other house in the trade. J. Aubrey also begs to inform families, innkeepers, and large consumers, that by purchasing 61bs. at one purchase, they will effect a great saving. 6Ibs. sterling good Congou for one guinea. This is really a good breakfast tea. 61bs fine Pekoe flavoured 24s.: and 61bs. of the finest imported, 27s. All orders for Tea of the value of JE2 will be delivered free, if within 12 miles. COFFEE—finest Ceylon, Is. 4d. Finest Jamaica, Is. 8d. Finest Mocha, 2s. Raw and refined Sugars equally low. 7, Angel-street, June 1, 1818. HOPKINS'S IMPROVED BAKING POWDER. OBSERVE THE DIFFERENCE. XT has the advantage, in every respect, over all others yet intre- JL duced, and, at the same time, the necessity of haste in bakino- is avoided, as dough baked with this Powder can remain any re £ u sonable time before baking, or be baked immediately it is made up. To be had, wholesale and retail, of the proprietor, and retail by WM. GLANVILLE, Pembroke Dock, and others. Ayents ■wanted. Cardiff, 18, Angel-street. IN PACKETS THREEPENCE EACH. MATHEWSS PATENT 9 <? IMM BAKING I POWDER. T) ECOMMENDED by Medical Men as a substitute for Barm IX makes Bread without fermentation, in one minute; light Pastry, Puddings, and Cakes, and saves expense, time, and labour. Important to families, emigrants, and seamen. For details read the "Philosophy of Bread-making," price One Penny (20th thousand) IIoulston and Stoneman, London and all Booksellers. E. H. MATHEWS, Patentee, 13, Upper Arcade, Bristol; and 5, Benet-place, Graeechurcli-street, London. Sold wholesale in Bristol by T. and A. Warren, Redcliff-street Birtill and Longman, Counterslip Budgetts and Co., Nelson- street; and Tanner Brothers, Stephen-street. Retail Agent for Cardiff, J. T. Barry Carmarthen, C. B. Warren, Chemist and b.f all Chemists, Grocers, and Stationers. Agents wanted in every town in Wales. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. FOURTH CALL OF El PER SHARE, MAKING to CALLED UP. "IVrOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, that the Directors have passed a resolution, making a further call of £ 1 per share on the New Ten Pound Shares in this undertaking and the proprie- tors of such Shares are hereby required to pay the said call on or before Saturday, the 22nd day of July, 1848, to any of the undei>- tnpntioned bankers Messrs.. Glvn, Iiallifax, Mills, and Co., London West of England and South Wales District Bank, Bristol -Do Cardiff (Do. Newport JDO Merthyr And in default thereof the proprietors will be charged interest at the rate of o per cent. per annum from the above date until the said call be actually paid. Nb share can be transferred till this call is paid. The Company continue to receive payments in anticipation of ealls, allowing E5 per cent. per annum thereon. E. KENWAY, Secretary. Cardiff, June 27th, 1848. J r I THE PRINCE OF WALES IS INTENDED TO SAIL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1848, FltOSI THE B"TY. SHIP DOCK, CAHBIVF. I FROM CUMBKULAND BASIN, BRISTOL. Monday, July 3.5} morn. Saturday, July 1 morn. FltOSI TMK B'TE SHIP DOCK, CAHBIVF. FROM CUMBKULAND BASIN', BRISTOL. Monday, July 3 5.J- morn. Saturday, July 1 morn. Wcdnes. 5 6J morn. I'ridity, 7 :8 morn. Tuesday, 4 7J morn. — Thursday, „ G 9 mom. Moriday, „ 10 lrj- morn. Saturday, „ S l(u morn. Wedwes. 12 125 after. Friday, 11 2 £ after. Tuesday, 11 ij after. -—7~ Thursday, „ 13 34 after.' Monday, 17 »4-|- morn. Saturday, „ 15 *5 morn. Wedlies. 19 5$morn. Friday, „ 21 7 morn. Tuesday, 18 morn -—T" Thursday, „ 20$niorn- Monday, ~t. 91 morn. Saturday, „ 23- 9t morn Wedlies. „ a? .12 morn. 1 Friday, >> '~S 2} after. Tuesday, 25 12.1 after. ~—:— ,n Thursday „ iT.. 3" after! Monday, 31 morn. Saturday 29. 5 morn, To and fro from Cardiff' July 17th. To and fi-o from Bris- toI-J uly 1st, loth, and 18th. Fares—Cabin, as. Deck, 3s. Reduced fares-After Cabin, 4s. Fore Cabin, 2s. Children, half-price. Further information as to freight, &c., will be readily obtained by 'applying to A. Kingston, agent, at the Packet-office, Bute Docks, Cardiff'; 01* to E. T. Turner, agent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from both warehouses to the pa.ekets, at the expense of the- companies. PICTURES FOR THE NIILLIOIN OF WALES. THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL, THE CO MMIS- SIOSERS, AND TIIE REPORTS! JT$>KTXY WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE, BY ALL BOOKSELLERS IX WALES, PICTURES FOR THE MILLION OF WALES, or a Series P of Lithographic Drawings, accompanied with- appropriate otter-press, intended to illustrate, as well as commemorate the rood, the Aviso, and the kind, intentions of all parties concerned ill ;htf late espionage, under: the name of A Government q0111US_ 10V o EWCATION IN" WALKS.. PRICE 2d. EACH. I idon Published byB. L. Green, 62,:Patcrnoster-row. The first numbers are ready, and will be. supplied by the Pub- ishers of the PRINCIPALITY, atid of the Welsh Periodicals. v., ■ — .& PEMBROKE-DOC K. TO BE LET, A COMMODIOUS HOUSE for business or otherwise, adjer'r,- ing the Temperance Hall, in the flourishing and veeii-prf. teeted town of Pembroke-Dock. For particulars, apply tJ.M,>. Williams, in possession. Pembroke-Dock, June 21st, 1848. LAND AGENCY AND REGISTRY OFFICE. THE nobility and landed centxy, and the professional pur^sc, are most respectfully informed that an office for the above pur- pose has been opened by a very competent agricultural geutlcman, at No. 9, Northumberland-court, West Strand, London, where a registeris kept of agricultural servants of every trade, from whkli prop eiacrs can have a choice at any time, by writing to the clinic The charges of entry and of commission are very moderate, 111 o.-der to suit the employed who may enter their names. At Plan for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Suitih MR. A. WALKER, PRINTSELLER, 2, RUTLAND-PLACE, SWANSEA, BEGS most respectfully to inform the nobility, gentry, ar.d' clergy of South Wales, that, he has selected from his splendid stock of ENGLISH ENGRAVINGS, the best of them, mount- ing in all to 180 guineas, which will be divided into 110 prizes, and disposed of after the plan of the London Art-Union, by 2.50 scribers at 10s. Gd. each. The drawing will take place at the Vic- toria Rooms, Swansea, on the 17th of August, 1848. Subscribers' names received at :\11". Wiii. Rees's, Stamp office at Mr. J. S. Johnston's, carver and gilder, High-street,Swansea and by Mr. A. Walker, who will do himself the pleasure of waiting upon his friends and patrons of the Fine Arts in the various towKs in South Wales personally, when they will have an opportunity el entering their names in a subscription book prepared for that purpose. THE PRIZES ARE AS FOLLOV/S A complete set of Raphael's Cartoons on India paper, very scarce, elegantly framed—21 guineas. Iladdon Hall in the days of yore," by Taylor one of the most beautiful engravings produced in England in a superior oak a-d gold frame and glazed—9 guineas. A Proof Impression of Wilkie's Village Festival," elegantly framed in oak and gold, and glazcd-H guineas. The Last Sapper," by Leonardo du Vinci. This is one of the largest engravings on t'lis subject, nul b'antifully engraved in line oak and gold frame, and glass—6 guineas. The Destroying Angel," by John Martin. This is one of the most extraordinary productions of this great livi-ig artist; oaA and gold frame, and glISq-6 guineas. "The Tethered Ram," by Edwin Landseer. This is a splendid production, and worthy of that great master oak and gold frame, and glass—6 guineas. "The Challenge," by Edwin Landseer. This engraving takes s. prominent place in all the collections of engravings in this cotui- try; oak and gold i'aJIc-6 glline:;I. "The Canterbury Pilgrims at the Tabard." This is a ifne speci- men of Mczzotinto engraving, with about 50 figures oak and gold frame, with glass—6 guineas. The Tribunal of the Inquisition. Oak and gold frame, and glass-1 g' in:'as. c, Three Roman engravings, beautifully coloured in oil, hi massivt. gilt frames, (very scarce)—7 guineas. With one hundred Prizes at I guinea each. Making in all 110 Prizes. The Prizes will all be exhibited for four days previous to the CUT of drawing. All subscriptions must be paid previous to the day of draw- ing; and all parties who obtain Prizes must take them' away ¡; their own expense. OBSERVE !—The lowest Prize is worth one guinea, and amount vi subscription only 10s. 6d.
SUDDEN DEATH OF THE REV. DR. PAYXB, PIWFEsscn OF THEOLOGY, &C., & IN THE WESTERN COIILI,,GF,. Payne was found dead in bed on Monday, the 19th in-r., He"p: e .ched on S mdav evening at Mount-street chapel, Dt- vonport. The subject of his discourse was the love of (iod- "God is love." He declared with emphasis to the congrega- tion that he wished to proclaim this great truth with Lis clyL: breath, and such was the case. After the service, he fch very much fatigued and almost warn out. He ret red at his ordinary hour, and no one expected that his end was lieai. Not appearing at the usual time on Monday morning, the ser- vant entered his bedroom and, lo! the spirit had taken 1> flight to a better world. He by quite composed, and givin all the indie itions of having depar ei probably while asleep. Three, weeks ago, in -ejlying to a testimonial presented to him by his past and present pupils, he expressed a wish that, wh n he should be disabled from attending to his official duties, I kind Providence would take him to his rest. The Wish of U: pious and venerable man has been gratified. An inquest m s held on the following day, when, after hearing the evidence, Miss Pajne, the servant, and the senior student, the jury turned a verdict to the effect that he died from natural caus. We believe his useful life was terminated by an affection of th heart. IN a lecture at the Manchester Mechanics' Institute, Mr. }', Warren said The first cotton cloth was made in. Derby 1773 by Messrs. Meed and Strutt, and it was then prohibited by law from being sold in the market." PERSONS hawking "full, true, and particular" accounts I f trials, murders, &c., without the printer's name, are liable to a fine of £ 5 for each copy, and also to penalties for Ull- stamped news. SPANISH BONDS. —It will be highly satisfactory to the holders of the 3 per cent. Sp.mish Bonds to be informed that arrangements have been completed with the agents to pay the dividend due on the 1st of Julv next. £ 60,000 was forwarded for this purpose by the Spanish Government from. Madrid on the 9th instant, and £ 40,000 additional was to follow next day. making the sum of f 100,000 required for this purpose.
rONTYPOOL. PONTYPOOL Music tlle orchestra! committee handed over to the treasurer of the British-School the proceeds-of the music meeting, who has placed it to the credit of the school fund. The coiiiiiiittee of tlic, British School express their thanks to the gentlemen composing the orchestral committee for their indefatigable labours, and hope the day is not far distant when the public shall again be gratified by a similar musical treat, and thefuucls of the school augmented. As it is expected that Mr. H. Vincent, the IS Champion (i civil and religious liberty," will shortly visit Newport, we i,i,id.ei-sta,iid tiri,ajigciiiciits are about to be made in order to secure his services in Pontypool, We hope these arrange- ments will prove successful.
SWANSEA. BRITISH ASSOCIATION.—We arc- glad to find that the com- mittee arc now busily engaged in providing for the forthcoming visit of this Association. We think it quite tiine that the va- rious sub-committees should be at work to complete their ar- rangements; and we caitiiot but feel grateful to tlle fIt recently directing attention to the subject. Ve hope that the visit of this distinguished body to the metropolis of Wales will he such as shall .secure for the puolic of Swansea a 1 ar!_re amount of praise, Ihis will be if the managing committee dy its duty. T)
BRIDGED THE following aceount of the state of the" Poll we have recei ved from Bridgeud,ulid we believe ilsaccuracy may be depended upon Saturday.. Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday. Russell.. 840 Russell.. 11.56 Eusseil. 1386 Russell 1519 Overton 70S Overton. 1.080 Overton. 12/1 Overton 246G At the close of the poll, yesterday, however, the numbers stood as follows:—Ilusse.ll, 1052 Overton, 1033.; Majority for Rus- sell, 1:9. ■• .lie most intense -excitement prevails throughout the -Bthrtte county. At the late hour at which we write the stillness of night is driven away by .the rattling;of.carriages, the trampling of aad the busy preparatioas lor the .decisive hour., "v.