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SuNDir SO-TOOLS$TEMPERANCE sac IETF A GA INST IMUORA LITT. ON MONDA.Y next, July I>, ADDRESSES will be delivered at i"ONT- Y-T i-PitIDD, i.i bo half of the above institutions, by several able-and. talented, gentlemen, who have very kindly con- sented to render-their assistance on the occasion, among whom are R„ Prichird, B.T> of Lland iff," W. T. E, Ksq., M-. B., "fa-did", Charles V'aehell, Esq.Cardiff, Mr. D. Phillips, Swansea, D-vaial D.ivies, Swansea, Rev. Baaiel is, Neath, Mr. Evan Jones, Editor of th; PtttxaiPAUTY, and Mr. Thomas Mor- gan, Caruiif. ° The Mavo-r of Cardiff will preside.. The Merthyr and Cardiff Temperance Societies are expected to he nresent-, and the Glamorganshire hand is ellg-a.ec1,for that day. The Public Meetings will congruence at half-post tan, in- the moru- lng. and half-past five, in the afternoon, and will conclude in time for parties front- Cardiff and Merthyr to return by the last train. The procession will be formed at one o'clock TO GHOVERS AND OTHERS.. TO BE LET; with-immediate-possession, a commodious HOUSE and SHOP, in the centre of the improving town of ARK-I- B\EK, where a lucrative business has been carried on for number of years in the Grocery and Drapery trade, the present occupier retiriuj from business. Rent moderate. Apply to Mr. Robert Jones, Black Lion, Aherdare. ARHEG I CALEDFRYX. SYR,. "TTVYMUNLA y Dirprwywyr liyspysu caredigion y Parch. U WILLIAM WILLIAMS, y bydd rhesfer y tausgrifiadau 4. vr Anrheg uchod, at ba un y g.Uwyd sylw vn y Carnarvon ilerlad ¡l.'r I'¡U'{C¡PALlTY, ya agored hyd y dydd diweddaf o Orphenaf nesaf. -Gellir anfon tanasgrifulau at y Trysorydd, William, Turner, Eõq.; neu Messrs. Williams and Co,, Bankers.Caernarfon. JOHN HUG HES, Ysgjifenydd. Caexiiarfon^ liehefin 2-lain, 1848. TO THE Noliliri/, Clergy, Gently, and- Freeholders of the County of Glamorgan-. MY LORDS GENTLEMEN,. 4 LLOW me to: return you my most sincere and heartfelt ..I1. thanks for the honour ynu have, conferred upon me in "electing me one of the Coroners for the county of Glamorgan. To those of my friends- who have supported me during the Protracted; eo-ntest with such unabated- energy and zeal, I feel invself under an, obligation that. I can. never repay.. In conclusion^ I beg to state that it- will be my most anxious endeavour to discharge the duties of the office zeal- ously and efficiently,: so as to merit the confidence which you iave placed in me. _)U Ihavc thc-honim-r to reman, MY Lords and Gentlemen-, Your moat obedient Servant, Bridgend, July 3rd, 1848.- GEORGE QVERTtXN". CORONERSIIIP ELECTION* t fJL*. f EItSONS having any claim- on Mr. J. W. Eussoll, r» [Ht respect of the late flection, are requested to forward the san.e -J&rlWith to hi:n, that it may be examined and. discharged,. -MWI-LYR,- btli July, 1.848.. To the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Glamorgan. MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEN", THOUGH the result of the late Coronership Election has disap- pointed my sanguine anticipations, I must ever feel most grateful for the support I received from the 2066 Electors who recorded their votes in my favour; and it will always be a source of the greatest pride to me that a very large majority of my own Townsmen and parties residing within the district for which the duties are required, as well as of the Magistrates, Clergy, and influ- ential Gentry of the County, are included in that number and it is to be regretted that their wishes were frustrated by the over- whelming numbers poured in from a distant part of the county, to whom both Candidates were unknown, and who could not be sup- posed to know their respective merits. I can with satisfaction re- flect- that during the contest I believe I have not lost a friend or made an enemy, and I retire from it with feelings of the profound- est gratitude to all those who rendered me such valuable assistance on the occasion. I have the honour to remain, My Lords and Gentlemen, Your obedient and obliged Servant, JAMES W. RUSSELL. Merthyr Tydfil, July 6th, 18-18. MERTHYR TYDFIL. Important Sale qf Modern and Elegant HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Bed and Table Linen, China, Glass, Carriages, Horses, and Harness, LS-c., L).e., ifc., the Pro- perty of tlw late WILLIAM D A VI B S, Esq., Co- roner, upon the Premises, GWAELOD-Y-GARTH COTTAGE, MERTIIYR-TYDFIL. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, (By order of the Executors,) BY MR. T. DAVIES, On Tuesday and Wednesday, July 11 and 12, IS f8, THE whole of the above valuable collection comprising rose- wood, carved, loo, occasional, and other tables, rosewood chef- fioners, Canterbury other ottomans, solid rosewood sofas and set- tees, solid rosewood drawing-room chairs with damask seats, rosewood easy chairs, rosewood couches, rosewood work and fancy tables, rosewood tea poys, an elegant full-toned cottage piano- forte, six-and-a-half octaves, damask, moreen, and chintz window curtains, rosewood card tables, mahogany four-post and French bedsteads and hangings, fine featherbeds, blankets, counterpanes, curled hair and wool mattrasses and paliasses, ornamental lire screens, mirrors, chimney, pier, and dressing glasses, in gilt and other frames, splendid large solid mahogany telescope dining and other tables, mahogany library tables complete, solid mahogany escritoir and other book-cases, rosewood and mahogany sideboards, Brussels and other carpeting, bronze fenders and polished steel fire-irons, toilet andnight tables, commodes, mahogany wardrobes, and hanging presses, mahogany circular and square front chest of ,a drawers, wash-stands an.d ware, china dinner, dessert and tea ser vices complete (all in elegant patterns), a box of silver dessert and other knives and forks with ivory handles, a great variety of kitchen requisites, dairy and brewing utensils, and other miscellaneous articles. The carriages, horses, harness, saddles and bridles will be put up the second day of sale. The vehicles consist of a neat four-wheel- Victoria carriage, with shifting lights; and an excellent phaeton. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneer, Bush Hotel, Merthyr, three days before the sale, where the effects will be more correctly enumerated. The LIBRARY of Law and other Books, which are valuable and extensive, will be put up for Sale by Private Competition at a future period, of which due notice will be given, being apprehensive that the present Assizes would interfere with the attendance of the profession at this Sale. N.B.—The sale will commence each day precisely at II o'clock, and the whole will be disposed of without reserve. Punctual at- tendance is requested. CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF A FREEHOLD FARM. MR. DAVID PHILLIPS Will offer for SALE BY AUCTION, at the RUTZEN ARMS, in the town of N.AKBEIITH, on THURSDAY, the 20th day of JULY, ? 1848, THE valuable Freehold Farm of WERNLIGOS, situate in the parish of Llanfallteg, in the county of .Carmarthen,, within 6 miles of the market and post town of Narberth, and one mile of the South Wales Railway, comprising a commodious farm house, with suitable out-offices, and 56a. 3r. 33p., or thereabouts, of excel- lent arable, meadow, and pasture land, now held by Mr. Henry Palmer, as yearly tenant thereof (whose tenancy will expire under K notice to quit on the 29th of September next),a.tttM-Iowyem.-Iy rent of £ 52 10s.. Wernligos is in every respect calculated for the residence of a. genteel family, situate in a good neighbourhood, abounding with game, and in which there is a pack of fox hounds regularly kept; the river Tave too, so famous for its trout and salmon fishing, runs through the land. Further particulars may be had by applying to Mr.. « Herbert O.wen, solicitor, Narberth, at whose office a map of the estate may- be seen. The tenant will show the premises. Narberth, June 2Gth, 18*8. I, ■mil I|Mi Jill 11iiiiTTi
























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