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CHEAP STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CARMARTHEN AND BRISTOL, IN TEN HOURS, TOUCHING AT TENBY. I THE rapid and beautiful iron screw steam ship TALBOT, .140 horse-power, Edward Lewis Morgan, com- mander, is appointed to sail during the month of AUGUST, as follows VFTOM BATHURST BASIN, BRIST. PROM CARMARTHEN. "Wednesday, Aug. 2.. 7 morn Friday, August.. ™°rn Tuesday, 8..11 morn Thursday, „ •• 10-after Wednesday, 16.. 6| morn Friday, „ •• 1»..8 morn Tuesday, „ 22..11 after Thursday, „ 24..2 after Wy, 30.. 6 mom FRou TENBY.-Two hours after leaving Carmarthen. BRISTOL TO TERRY AND CARMARTHEN.—Fares—cabin, 12S. 6d.; children under twelve, 6s.; servants, 7s. 6d.; fore cabin, 6s.; undet twelve, 4s. CABSSARTHEN TO AND FROM TENBY.—Fares—cabin, os.; lore No fees to Steward.—Refreshments may be obtained on board at noderate charges Goods taken in at the warehouse, Grove, Bris- tol, to await the packet's arrival if required for Carmarthen, &c. Further information may be had on application to the master on hoard; Mr. James King, Packet office, Grove, Bristol; Mr. S. C. Dana, Packet office, Carmarthen; or Mr. Wm. Jenkins, Packet office, Taibach. Freight of goods to be paid for on delivery. Mleatm Communication between NEATH and BRISTOL. THE FINE NEW IRON SCREW STEAMER, NEATH ABBEY, 60 Horse power, I JOHN WILLIAMS, COMMANDER, -i to tow. WILL take in goods on the Back on Tues- days and Fridays, and is intended to sail .as follows during the month of August, 1848, wind, weather, and water permitting, with liberty nOM NEATH. Thursday, Aug. 3 8 morn Sfonday, 7 104 morn Thursday ,,17 1 morn Monday 21 10 mom Thursday 24 2 after Monday „ 28 6 morn Thursday „ j|{ 7 £ morn FROM BATHURST BASIN, BRISTOL. Wednesday, Aug.2 8 morn Saturday, 5 9 morn Wednesday" 16 7 morn Saturday 11 19 9 morn Tuesday" 22 lliniglit Saturday 1, 26 4 morn Tuesday 11 30. 7 morn Passengers taken on board at Briton-ferry, if near the Rock- house, fifteen minutes after the advertised time of leaving Neath. Passengers from Neath landed at Clevedon, and from Bristol at 'the Mumbles (weather permitting), if required. FARES :-Best cabin, 7s. 6d.; second cabin, 4s.; children under twelve years of age, half fare. Horses, 12s. 6d. cattle, 7s. 6d. dogs, 2s. pigs, Is. 6d.; sheep, Is. gigs, 12s.; phaetons, 15s. <'nrriages- 2J5s. Live stock shipped and landed at risk of the owner, i'asseno-ers from Neath to Briton-ferry, Gd. each, landing included. No fees to steward or stewardess. f Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges. Agents—Thomas and Son, Back, Bristol; A. H. Buckett, Neath. August, 1848. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN BRISTOL, CARDIFF, SWANSEA, ILFRACOMBE, and TENBY. THE POWERFUL STEAMERS, PRINCE OF WALES, Matthew Jones, Commander, LORD BERESFORD, Rob. Davis, Commander, and BRISTOL, Matthew Jones, Junior, Commander, ARE intended to sail as follows, during the month of AUGUST 1848, wind and weather 'permitting. 'permitting. PRINCE OF WALES. FROM THB BUTE ISHIP DOCK, CATRDOT. "Wednes. Aug. 2 6 morn. Friday, ,,4.7 morn. llonday, „ 7 8 morn. Wednes. 9 10k moril. -Friday, 11 1 after. Monday, 14 31 after. NVedues. 16 5 after. "Friday, „ 18 6 morn. Monday, 21.. H morn. morn. ,Friday, 25 1 after. Monday, 21 morn. Wednesday, 30 5 after. ,Friday, Sep. I 6 morn. I 1 PRINCE OF WALES. YROM CUMBERLAND BASIN, BRISTOL. Tuesday, Aug. 1. 61 morn. Thursday, 3. 8 morn. Saturday, 5. 9 morn. Tuesday, 8 11 mom. Thursday, 10 It ,tfter. Saturday, 3 £ after. Tuesday, ,,15. G after. Thursday, 17 7 morn Saturday, 19 S morn. Tuesday, ,J 22. 10$morn. Thursday 24 1 i after. Saturday „ 26 34 after. Tuesday 29 6 'morn. Thursday „ 31 7 morn. Saturday, Sept. 2. 8 morn. Fares—Cabin, 5s.; Deck, 3S. Reduced fares-After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s.; Children, Jialf-price. w ■ i Further information as to freight, &c., will be readily obtained by applying to A. Hingston, agent, at the Packet-office, Bute Docks, (ardiff; or to E. T. Turner, agent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from both warehouses to the packets, at the expense of the companies. FROM: BRISTOL. FROM SWANSEA. Lord Beresford. Thursday and Satur- Lord Beresford, Tuesday and Friday. day. Bristol, Wednesday. Wednes. Aug 2 8 morn Thursday „ 3. 8* morn Saturday, 5 1 Of morn Wednes. „ 9 121 after "Thursday, „ 10 2 morn Saturday, „ 12 4 morn Wediies. „ 16 6.| morn Thursday, „ 17 8 morn Saturday, 19 9 morn Wednes. 23 12noon Thursday, 21 2 morn Saturday,' „ 26 4 morn Wednes. 30 7 morn Thursday, „ 31 7* morn Saturday, Sep.2 9 morn | Bristol, Monday. Tuesday, Aug 1 8 morn Friday, ,,4. 9t morn Monday, U £ morn Tuesday, 8 12 morn Friday, 11 3J morn Monday, ,,14 7 morn Tuesday, 15 morn Friday, 18 9 morn Monday, ,,21 11 morn Tuesday. 22 llfc morn Friday, 25 3 morn Mond:iy, ,,28. 7! morn ^Tuesday, ,,29.. m <rn Friday Sep* 1 9 morn Passengers from Swansea landed at Clevedon if required. REDUCED FARES between Bristol and Swansea.—Best "êabil,lOs.fi}re cabin, 5s.—children under twelve years of age, half fare—sheep, Is —lambs, 9d.—horses, 17s. 6d.-fat cattle, 10s.—store ditto, 8s.—cow and calf, 10s.-dogs, 2s. 6d.—pigs, pigs, Is. 9d.—gigs, 16s.-phwton, 21s. 6d.-carriages, 32s. 6d.—steward's fee, best cabin, Is. SWANSEA TO ILFRACOMBF,, ILFBACOMBT3 TO SWANSRA. Lord Beresford, Monday. Bristol, Lord Beresford, Monday; Bristol, Friday. Monday, .July 31' 4h morn Friday, Aug. 4 7 morn Monday, „ 7. 11 morn Friday", It 3niorn Monday, 11 4 morn Friday). 18 '6 morn Monday, 21 10J morn Friday, 25., 4 morn Jionday, .„ 28 2V»lorn | Friday. Monday, July 31 3* after Friday, Aug. 4 5 after Monday,, 7 3 after Friday, ,,11. 7 morn Monday, 14 3 after Friday, IS 4J after Monday, 21 2k after Friday, 25 61 morn Monday, „ 28 3 after REDUCED f'ARES between Swansea and Ilfracombe.—Best cabin, 8s.—deck, 5s. To and fro same day, cabin, 10s.—fore cabin, 8s.—children under twelve years of age, half-fare—-car- riage, 30s.—phaeton, 25s.gig, 15s.-horses, 17s. 6d. each- dogs, 2s. 6d.—pigs, Is. 9d.—sheep, Is.—lambs, 9d.-fat cattle, 10s. —store ditto, 8s.—cow and calf, 10s. Goods, packages, parcels, &e. forwarded to all parts without delay. Steward's fees for ladies and gentlemen, Is. each—children and servants, 6d. FUOM SWANSEA TO TENBY. BRISTOL. Thursday, Aug 3 6l morn Thursday, „'l0 U morn Thursday, „ 17 5' £ morn Thursday, 21 .1 morn Thursday „ 31 morn | FROM TENBY TO SWANSEA. BRTST'H,. Thursday, Aug 3 .4} after Thursday, 10 104 after Thursday, „ 17 3 i after Thursday. 24 .10 mor. Thursday, ,31 S.J after F ARES After cabin, 8s.—fore cabin, 4s.—steward s tee, is. N.B. Parties wishing to group for an excursion to Tenby can obtain a ticket for twelve persons, by applying to the agents, or to Captain M. Jones, Jan., on board—after cabin to and fro, E4 16s. "ore cabin, to and fro, £ 3—-steward's fee, 6s. N.B. The Bristol will discharge and take in goods every Tues- day on the Grove. it3F Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges/ Agents-J ohn Barber, 24, New King-street, Bath—J. W. P)ck-ett, Swansea—J. Martin, Britannia Hotel, Ilfracombe—W. C )ry, Fortescue Arms, Barnstaple-G. Morris, White Hart, BLshopsgate-street, London-and W. Bower, White Lion, Tenby. All letters seeking information to be post-paid. All gpous, -pi'3kage«, narcels, &c., will be forwarded to all p vrts without delay, W lea "addressed to E. T. Turner, agent, Steam Packet office, .12, 'ny-street, Bristol. BRITISH SOCIETY for the PROPAGATION of the GOSPEL among the JE, TVS. A PUBLIC lVIEETING TN connexion with, the above Society will be held at ZION 1 CHAPEL, Trinity-street, Cardiff, on Thursday, the 31st inst., ITHEN ME. C. FOSTER (the deputation from the Parent Society), MR. COllEN (a missionary among the Jews), and other gentlemen, will address the meeting. The chair will be taken at seven o'clock in the evening. A collection will be made at the close of the meeting, in aid of the above Society. Cardiff, August 24th, 1848. IMMENSE SACRIFICE. ALBION HOUSE, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. W. FOSTER, IN returning his sincere thanks for the very liberal support ho has received since commencing business in the above establishment, begs to inform the nobility, gentry, and inhabitants of ar(liff and neighbourhood, that he has a large stock of SUMMER GOODS on hand, which he is determined to clear off as soon as possible. The stock Consists of plain and fancy silks, Cashmere, Paisley, Gre- nadine, and other shawls and dresses in great variety. W. F. begs to call attention to his stock of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, viz. woollen cloths, plain & fancy doeskins, tweeds, and vestings in great variety; HATS and CAPS of the newest style and shape, and unexceptionable durability. W. F. rests satisfied, should he be favoured with a call, they will meet with entire satisfaction, as the whole of his stock will be cleared off, without reserve, in order to make room for a new assort- ment of WINTER GOODS, N.B.—The remaining lot of Dunstable, Luton, and Rustic BONNETS will be cleared off at half the value. August 19th, 1848. TAFF VALE RAILWAY, THE directors are prepared to receive tenders for LOANS on mortgage for terms of five, seven, or ten years, in sums of not less than E200. Interest at the rate of £ 5 per cent. per annum, payable half- yearly. By order of the board, E. KENWAY, Cardiff, Aug. 22,1848. Secretary. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. ALTERATION OF PASSENGER TRAINS. ON and after MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, 1848, the times of the DEPARTURE of the PASSENGER TRAINS will be as follows, until further notice :— FROM CARDIFF, FOR MERTHYR AND ABERDARB. WEEK DAYS.—9h. Om. morning; Ih. Om. and 5h. Om. after- noon. SUNDAYS.—9h. Om. morning; 4h. Om. afternoon. FROM MERTHYR, FOR ABERDARE AND CARDIFF. WEEK DAYS.—9h- 20m. morning; Ih. 25m. and 5h 30m. afternoon. SUNDAYS.—9h. 20m. morning; and 4h. 30m, afternoon. FROM ABERDARE, FOR MERTHYR AND CARDIFV. WEEK DA YS.-9h, 15m. morning; Ih. 20m. and 5h. 25m. afternoon. SUNDAYS.—9h. 15m. morning and 4h. 25m. afternoon. Further particulars may be obtained by applying at any of the stations. By order, GEORGE FISHER, General Superintendent. Cardiff, August 24th, 1848. SWANSEA VALLEY RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next GENERAL or ORDINARY MEETING of the shareholders of this com- pany will be held, pursuant to the act of Parliament, at the Pad- dington Station, London, on Thursday, the 31st instant, at eleven o'clock, for the general purposes of business. The chair will be taken at eleven o'clock precisely. D. RUSSELL, Chairman, | n- F. P. BARLOW, j Directors. Swansea Valley Railway Office, 449, West Strand, London, 9th August, 1848. In the matter of the petition of William Evans, formerly of Num- ber 54, Wind-street, in the town of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, grocer, tea-dealer, and stationer, trading under the name or style of The Branch of the London Genuine Tea Company," and now residing in furnished lodgings, at Porthy- green, near St. Quintin's Castle, .otherwise Llanblethian Castle, in the parish of Llanblethian, in the said county of Glamorgan, out of business: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the County Court of Glamorganshire, holden at Bridgend, acting in the matter of this petition, will proceed to make a final order thereon, at the said court, on the 28th day of August instant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon precisely, unless cause be then and there shown to the contrary. ABERMAIDE ESTATE, ABOUT THREE MILES FROM ABERYSTWYTH. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY lIIR. GOODE, At the Bellevue Hotel, Aberystwyth, on Tuesday, the 29th day of August, at four o'clock in the afternoon, either together or in lots, A MOST IMPORTANT FREEHOLD PROPERTY, called 'J\_ the ABERMAIDE ESTATE, in the parish of Llanbadarn, Llanilar, and Llanyrchiarn, containing together upwards oi 1,360 acres of very excellent land, and consisting of well-arranged, most desirable and Compact farms, with a capital messuage or shooting box; also several convenient and substantial homesteads, and a water corn mill, in the rich and beautiful vale of the Ystwyth. abeutfthree- miles from the increasing town and portof Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, with extensive and thriving plantations, abounding with game, and including the manor and manorial rights of Ehydonen, with its appurtenances. The estate is nearly in a ring fence, intersected by the river Ystwyth and the Cardigan turnpike-road, and forms an opportunity for the investment of capital rarely to be met with. Printed descriptive and further particulars, with a lithographed plan of the estate, may be had of Messrs. Tatham and Proctor, solicitors, Lincoln's Inn, London; Mr. John Miller, Land Agent, Aberystwyth; and Mr. Goode, Auctioileor, Carmarthen. SOUTH WALES. A prettily situated Marine Villa (furnished), at the Ferry- Side, Carmarthenshire. TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, HOi.COME HOUSE, With Walled Gatden, Green-House, Coach-House, Stables, fyc. THIS admired and prettily situated VILLA (which is neatly furnished ) commailds a view of the bay and Llanstephan Castle, is sheltered from the north and east winds, and within a shortdistance of the parish church; contains in the basement excellent wine and beer cellars on the first floor, large dining and drawing rooms, kitchen, larder, &c.; on the second floor, four ex- cellent bed-rooms, with water-closet, and above are the su mt apartments, which are well arranged detached is a eapitil thr e stalled stable, coach-house, kennel, coal-house, poultry-house, and large walled garden, well stocked with fruit-trees. The premises are altogether in excellent repair. The intended South Wales railway station will be within half a mile of the house. For terms, apply to Mr, Geo. Gopde, Land Age^t, at his offices, GuildhallrS^uare, Camiarthen. -J IIOPKINS'sîifpROVED BAKING POWDER. OBSERVE THE DIFFERENCE. IT has the advantage, in every respect, over all others yet intro- duced, and, at the same time, the necessity of haste in baking is avoided, as dough baked with this Powder can remain any rea- 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. Agents wanted. Cardiff, 18, Angel-street. IN PACKETS THREEPENCE EACH. MATHEWS'S PATENT .1.. 1 BAKING POWDER. T) ECOMMENDED by Medical Men as a substitute for Barm; JFV makes Bread without fermentation, in one minute; light Pastry, Puddings and Cakes, and saves expense, time, and labour. Important families, emigrants, and seamen. ,r For details read the" Philosophy of Bread-making," price One Penny (20th thousand): Houlston and Stoneman, London and all Booksellers. E, H. MATHEWS, Patentee, 13, Upper Arcade, Bristol; and 5, Benet-place, Gracechurch-street, London. Sold wholesale in Bristol by T. and A. Warren, Redcliff-street; Birtill and Longman, Counterslip; Budgetts and Co., Nelson- street; and Tamier Brothers, Stephen-street. Retail Agent for Cardiff, J. T. Biiri-y Carmarthen, C. B. Warren, Chemist; and by all Chemists, Grocers, and Stationers. Agents wanted in every town in Wales. Ocs y Byd i'r Iaith Gymraeg. j ABERGAVENNY EISTEDDFOD. By permission of Her Majesty, under the patronage of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. rpHE Eisteddfod in celebration of the Fifteenth Anniversary of I the Cyhii-eigyddion Society, will be held in the Cymreigyddion Hall, Abergavenny, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 11th and I2th of October, 1848. President, Col. C. Kemys Tynte, of Cefn Mably, M.P. GLAMORGANSHIRE. The following FREEHOLD FARMS will be PEREMPTORILY SOLD BY AUCTION, under a power of sale, By Mr. William Jones,A.uctioneer, At the Raven Inn, Cwinamman, witlun eleven miles from the town of Neath, and seven from the town (f Llandilo, on Tuesday, the 2uth day Of August instant, at two o clock in the afternoon, in lots as under LOT I. PENBONTNEWYDD Farm, containing 82a. Or. 2p., situate _6_ in the parish of Llandilp-Talybont, in the county of Gla- morgan. LOT II. TYNYBEDW Farm, containing 32a: Or. 16p., adjoining the above-mentioned Farm, and situate in the same parish. There are valuable rights of common on Graygfawr and Mynydd Peiujuar, belonging to both lots. The Llanelly railway passes :Over both farms, and connects them with Cwmaminan, where iron-works are in course of erection, from which they are distant only a few miles. The premises contain valuable veins of coaj and iron ore, and are bounded by the Pontardulais river, in which there is excellent tishi ng. Benhentnewydd contains about 16 acres of thriving wood land, and a vahrable stone and Hag quarry in a working state. A portion of the purchase-money may remain on mortgage of the premises. ■ For further particulars, apply to Mr. James Thomas, solicitor, Llandilo, or to the auctioneer. Llandilo, August 16th, 1848. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Y ALU ABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. WM. MEYRICK, At the Angel Inn, Abergavenny, on Tuesday, the 29th day of August, 1848, at three o'clock in the afternoon precisely, subject to conditions of sale there to be produced, LOT I. 4LL that desirable and well-accustomed public-house, called the SWAN INN-, situate at Rliydygravel, in the parish of larth, adjoining the turnpike road from Monmouth to Aberga- c venny, and distant from the latter tow rive miles, with the stables, buildings, garden, and oa. 3r. 27p. of land thereto adjoining, and now in the possesion of Thomas James as yearly tenant thereof. LOT II. The Coyca estate, comorising 14a. Or. 35p. of meadow and pasture land, situate in the parish of Llantillio Crosseniiy, in the county of "y Monmouth, .aborning the road leading from. Grosmoat to Aberga- venny, and now in the occupation of John Gundy, as yearly tenant thereof. LOT III. The Colebrook estate, situate in the parish of Cloddock, in the county of Hereford, with 1 1.mite of the parish church, and distant about, one mile from Longtown, and eight from Abergavenny, conr sisting of a farm-house, and requisite farm buildings in good repair, and about 66 acres of arable, niearlow, and pasture land, lying within a ring fence, and now in the possession of William Pritchard, as yearly tenant thereof. This estate is subject to the payment of JE5 a year to the poor of the parish of Cloddock. It has aii unlimited right of common on the Black iMountain.; and the meadow and pasture lands can be irrigated at all times with great ease. The tenants will show the different lots, and for further parti- culars, apply to Thomas Hughes, Esq., or Mr. Walter James, Grosmont, or to M&ssrs. PoWles, Tyler, and Powles, solicitors, Monmouth. IMPORTANT; SALE. To Naval Contractors, Ship Builders, Timber Merchants, Carpenters, Blarhsmiths, and others. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY ORDBIL, OF THE ASSIGNEES OF THOMAS SWIFT, BY MESSSRS, BURTOF AND SON, On Tuesday, the 29th of August, commencing punctually at eleven o'clock, at Brockwear, six miles from Chopstow, on the pre- mises, at Mr. Swift's Timber and Ship Yard, A LL the STOCK-IN-TRADE, tools, stock of timber, iron, and .other effects: comprising smith's bellows, anvils, swages, boshes, vices, sledge and haad hammers, tongs, benches, drilling machine, lathe fl",illlos, tools, several tons of flat and round bar no lignum vital, Maate's metal, copper and iron bolts, spike^ and nailsy ropes, oakum, oil and paints, a quantity of oak and other pi i k, from q up to 4 inches thick, butts and tops 2 of oak timber, slabs, slides, packings, blocks and standards for ship building purposes, a powerful crane, plank steaming apparatus, and other valuable effects. Also, at the George Inn, in the town of Chepstow, on the fallowing day, Wednesday, tshfc 30th of August, at eleven for twelve o'clock, 2,323 PIECES of superior NAVfoAK and OTHER TIMBER (in convenient lots), situate and being in various places on the banks of the Wyo; hetween the towns of Hay and Chepstow, and A QUARTER-SHARE in the brig QUEEN OF CHEPSTOW, A, 1, 12 years, 127 tons register, O.M. Full particulars of the whole nicy be had on application at the office of the Midland Counties lie;-aid, Birmingham, Gore and Son's General Advertiser, Li,'erpa()t, J. Acraman, Esq., Official Astute, 19, iSaiut Bristol, or; the Auctioneers, MouirjQuth, MONEY. PARTIES wishing to enter in a speculation which may realist* large sums of money at a very small outlay, are requested to apply to Messrs. H. R. Goebel and Co. General Agents, 80, King William-street, City, London, where prospectus and full particulars may be had gratis. TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION, Merchants, Bankers, and all who are desirous of obtaining a good Pen, that will wi-itefi-eely. MESSRS. B. F. LLOYD AND CO. BEG to recommend their TRIFLE POINTED ELECTRO PLATEB STEEL PENS, which combine all the freedom and elasticity of the best quills, with the regularity and equality of steel; the massive coating of sterling silver gives these pens a very elegant appearance, preserves them from corrosion in any climate, and causes the ink to flow more freely than from any pea that has been yet offered to the public a single trial will prove their superiority over all others, and one pen is warranted to last as long as twelve of the best steel pens now in use. Sold, wholesale only, by B. F. LLOYD AND Co., Wholesale Manufacturing Stationers, Edinburgh, aad may be had from ail booksellers and stationers in the kingdom. Price Is. per dozen. THE ORIGINAL HOWQUA'S MIXTURE OF 40 RARE BLACK TEAS AND MO\VQUA'S SMALL LEAF GUN- POWDER. BY AM APPOINTMENT. rriHE reputation of these teas is now so thoroughly established, 8 that it is unnecessary to dilate upon their peculiar qualities. They have acquired a celebrity in a comparatively short period, un- paralleled in the annals of trade. Brocksopp, How, and Co., 2;) and 234, High-street, Southwark, London, feel confident that the superiority of their articles and their standing in the tea market, will suffice to distinguish them from the puffing adventurers of the day. The Howqua's Mixture of 40 rare black teas is now reduced to 6S. 8D. PER POUND CATTY PACKAGE, and the Mowqua small-leaf Gunpowder, to 8S. OD. PER POUND CATTY PACKAGE, half and quarter catties may be had. To meet the requirements of families in Great Britain, the mana- gers of Howqua's and IVlowqua's estates have commenced shipping a SECOND GROWTH called SEMI-HOVVQUA and SEMI- MO WQUA, which, while partaking of all the distinguishing qua lities of the originals, are, as being more economical, better adapted for ordinary consumption. Semi-Howqua per pound catty package 5s. Seini-Mowqua pearl leaf gunpowder, ditto ditto 7s. CAUTION.—These teas are genuine only when contained in ori- ginal Chinese packages, secured with the seals of" Howqua aswi "Mowqua." B. H. and Co. also continue to supply their original and well- known package teas at all prices. THE CHEAPEST AMD BEST COFFEE. Brocksopp and Co.roast their coffees by powerful steam machinery and prepare them after the French manner. Great economy a!ul improvement of flavour are the results. Coffees prepared bv thi- process being 30 per cent. stronger than those roasted in the* ordi- nary way. Per lb,—-s. d. Perlb.—s. d, Demerara. 1 4 Fine strong Mocha.2 0 Fine Jamaica 1 8 Finest rich old ditto 'i Packed in lead to preserve the aroma. N. B.—In reply to numerous applications received from privat. families, to be supplied with the above teas and coffees, the pany most respectfully refer them to their appointed agents, thi being the only medium through which they may be purchast tl retail. The trade can be supplied with the coffee in the berry, in quan- tities of not less than one chest, roasted on the peculiar and patent; « principle. iggf An excellent living, if actively pursued, or a material addi- tion to income, with, moderate exertion, is derivable from the sal*- of the above articles. Brocksopp, How, and Co. are now prepared to appoint agents ij; every considerable town throughout the United Kingdom. ParUc. desirous of becoming agents must therefore apply immediately, n. order that their names may appear in the advertisements. l' l; particulras of terms, with a price list, wiii be forwarded, by post, application to Brocksopp, How, and Co., tea importers, 2v&a.i.. 234, Borough, London. AGENTS FOR THIS DISTRICT:— Cardiff-Agent wanted Aberayroii—-W. Green, Pier-street Abergavenny—W. H. HaMt, chemist, Neyiilerstreet Beaufort & Victoria Iron W orksJ. Jones, grocer& tea dealei- Bryiiinawr- David Edwards, Stamp-office BrYilmawrJohll Jones, draper and grocer Brecon—Philip Bright, chemist, Medical Hall Cardigan—Joseph Ciougher Carmarthen—Wm. Morgan, chemist, Lammas-street Crickhowell- Will. Christopher, chemist, High-street „ Dowlais—David Lewis, chemist, High^street Eglwyswrw-J. D. Evans, draper and tea-dealer Ditto-P,. -Watkins, draper and tea-dealer Haverfordwest-T. Williams, cheoiist, 17, Market-street Ditto-Gwynne Harries, chemist, High-street Llandilo—Thomas James, bookseller and stationer Llaiidovery-Reos Bishop, tea establishment, Stone-street Milford Haven-J. D. Merritt, chemist Monmouth-J. Wightman, bookseller, AgincQurt-square. Narberth—Jason Meyier, grocer and draper N ewport-J. Grout, stationer, High-street Ditto—John Thomas, chemist, 154, CommereiaLstreet Newcastle-Euilyn-r-Thomas & Evans, grocers & tea-dealers Ditto—Samuel Jones, grocer and teardealer Ditto-W. Laen, chemist, 1, Meyriek-street Swansea—C. T. Wilson, Castle-square Tenby—Richard Mason, bookseller Tredegar—Isaac Edwards, hat.ter and tea-dealer.