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*>a*WM*T"1lllllimiMlili I llillUlllliilibUfMMir IIUlT ■ *liIim^|( TO THE MUNICIPAL ELECTORS OP THE BOROUGH OF CARDIFF. GKNTLEMKN, ^S^IIERE will shortly be a vacancy in the Town Council which JL you will be called upon to fill. Several gentlemen have solicited me to put myself in nomina- tion for the office. I comply; and thus publicly announce it, in order that those who desire to give me a seat at the Council board may reserve their votes fo,- me until the day of election. I cannot but remember with pleasure the earnestness and the extent of the support you accorded to me when I was last induced to solicit your suffrages. Had we been earlier in the field, .not- withstanding the combination of influences arrayed against us, there is no doubt we should have then been successful. In which ward the vacancy will occur is not yet known it will 4depend upon who is appointed to fill the seat vacated by Mr. Alderman Evans.; but in whichever itoceurs, I shall be a candidate. I profess nothing: professions of political and municipal opi- nions are for the most part idle thi,-igs,-the twaddle of the vain, and the triflings of the empty. Had you, for the past ten years, men at yvmCouocil board who professed less and did more, your corporation property would in value have been doubly en- hanced, and your municipal revenues have been applied to im- provements of the town, instead of relieving the great properties from the coat of their protection. 5 I am, gentlemen, Yours most respectfully, JOHN BATCHELOR. 'Cardiff,'Sept. 7th, 1848. TO MALTSTERS AND OTHERS. ANTHRACITE or STONE COAL, the best description obtain- A able in the Neath Valley, may be had in any quantities, deli- vered at Cardiff, Neath, or Swansea also at any station on the Tatf Vale Railway, or any part of the Glamorganshire Canal. For terms and further particulars, apply to Mr. John Jenkins, land and mineral surveyor, Aberdare. BRECON. "STANTED a genteel youth (conversant with the Welsh lan- W guage), as au APPRENTICE to the ironmongery and gro- wry trade, where he will have the advantages of domestic comforts and religious privileges. A premium required. Apply to the agent of this paper, Brecon. THE CNETVIi COMPANY'S ANNUAL SALE, NEAR BRECON. WILLIAM JONES will SELL BY AUCTION, on the pre- yy mises at CNE WR, in the parish, of Devynnock, on Wednes- day, the 20th of September, 1848, 40 three-year-old fat Scotch steers and heifers now fit for the shambles, 40 to 50 two-year-old ditto, and about the same number of yearlings, 40 to 50 Scotch cows and calves—many of the calves are fat and worthy the atten- tion of b-,ittthers-for iinnicdiate use; 20 three-year-old ponies of various colours, many excellent matchers, and paired off for harness; 300 superior fat mountain wethers, 300 ditto ewes, 200 store ewes, young and healthy, in lots of 20 each. The whole will be sold without reserve. Approved bills, at three months, will be accepted of purchasers above £ 10, and liberal discount allowed for cash. Tile auctioneer ventures to presume, from years of experience associated with the sales offtl-tis company, to state, that at none of the preceding sales did. the stock arrive to the perfection and con- dition of the one which he has now the pleasure to offer. Tliis assertion ho places confidently before the public, and he is sure that, ott inspection of the stock, the fact will be readily admitted. MOST ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT. IATNDRE ESTATE. BUILDING GROUND IN 48 LOTS. THESE delightfully situated building ground sites, advertised to he sold in the particulars of the second day's sale of this estate, having been bought in by. the vendors, in consequence of some ambiguity, then existing in reference to the maintenance of tho occupation roads,, are now offered for SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, upon such reduced terms as cannot fail to attract the notice of capitstusts, and persons desirous of possessing themselves of a parcel of exceedingly desirable freehold.land, situate within a mile of the fast increasing town and port of Newport. The occupation roads, which are laid out with great care for case and beauty,'having a terrace-like appearance, for the occupation of the several lots, are qow in a forward state of completion. The boundary of each lot is distinctly marked out on the ground, and the number affixed on.posts standing in or near the centre of each. The following unsold lots, as reported in the first, third, and fourth days' sale of*. this estate, being No. 7 of the first day, 2, 3, aad 4 of the third day, and 3, 9, 18, 24, 26, and 34 of the fourth day, are still in the market, and may be treated for by private con- tract. A full description, of the lots may be seen in the printed par- ticulars of each day's sale. The vendors l aving received offers for the entirety of the building ground, it has been arranged, that unless the lots, as now marked out, can be disposed of within the limited period allowed for the sale of this valuable estate, the whole wil' be sold in one lot, and as no reserve is to be made in reference to the unsold lots of the first, third, and fourth days' sales, the selling price is fixed unusually low. The difficulty of obtaining freehold land in Newport or its neigh- bo!t"lu)o;lls proverbial, and, indeed, the rarity of suitable ground for building residences, on any tenure or on any terms, is too well- known here to need comment. Newport, which possesses elements of advancement and greatness with which few ports in the kingdom can compete, has been retarded in a serious ■degree from this cause, and the means afforded on the present occa- •sion of obviating a want so detrimental to the best interests of the place, must be regarded as peculiarly opportllneand fortunate. The situation of the Maindee allotments is salubrious and desirable, the distance from the busy port conveniently short, within ah easy reach of the South Wales Railway statiou and the steam-packets whilst no part of.Monmouthshire, famed as it is for fine scenery, can excel, if, indeed, equal, the varied charms and expausiveness of its vie-.vs. Such an opportunity cannot recur, and he who uow p03 sesses himself-of one or more of these charming sits, will have a situation for residences of surpassing beauty, or ere long will be importuned with tempting offers to part with his prize. For further particuln»*sfc.wd to treat for the purchase of the lots, apply to Mr. Thomas Morris, engineer and surveyor, Newport; or to Messrs. Baker and Co., solicitors, 52, Lincolns Inn Fields, Lon- don, at whose respective offices plans, and particulars of the whole may be seen, i — ——- VALE OF NEATII. Freehold Brewery, Maliinq-IIouse, Dwelling-IIouses, Cot- tagcs, and Lnnd. MR. MASON (of Bucklersburv) begs to announce that ho is in- structed by the Mortgagees to SELL BY AUCTION, on tda premises, Neath, Glamorganshire, on Tuesday, September 26th, as one. in s, ver, lots, the valuable and extensive FREEHOLD ESTATE, eligibly and pleasantly situate near the town and port o; Neath eitjht miles from the populous and important seaport of Swansea.' The whole of the premises have been built within a'fe»v Vetrs, of the best hammered and dressed local1 stone, regardless of expense; and comprise the VALE OF NEATH BREWERY, ot and elevation, with storehouses, offices, and spa- cious yards, a capital newly-erected malting-house, with three Working floors and granaries, two dwelling-houses with gardens, three cottswes, stabling, cooperages, and out-buildings, with a branch canai. The brewery and premises occupy a site of an acre and a half, and there are two closes of meadow laud adjoining, con- taining four acres. There is a canal from the brewery t,), d, aud the junction of the Vale of Neath and South Wates Railways, now fast progressing, will be within a short distance, thereby ren- dGrÏlg the property p -k)spectively itivaluable.-Pai-t of tll(.' purchase money mav remain upon mortgage. M<y bo and particulars and plans had on the premises, fen rlavsprior to the sale at the Castle, Neath ;Mackworth Arms, Swansea; White Lion, Carmarthen; Castle, Merthvr-Tydvil; 'Cardiff A"m Cardiff; King's Head, Newport; Greyhound, Bath; White Lion, Bristol; of Messrs. Wright, Smith, and shepherd, 15, ^Qnbleu-square; of -George Hume, Esq., 10, Great James-street, Bedford-row; and -of Mx. Mason, 33, Biicitlcrsbury, Loncion. tJO:.)jü"" .r.j¡, VALE OF NEATH BREWERY. PLANT, UTENSILS, FIXTURES, AND EFFECTS. MR. MASON (of Bucklersbury) respectfully announces that he is directed by the Mortgagees to SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises, Neath, Glamorganshire, on Wednesday, September 27th, and two fallowing days, at eleven o'clock each day, the valu- able PLANT and UTENSILS, erected a few years since by the Vale of Neath Brewery Company, under the supervision of the most scientific manufacturers in London, of the best materials and soundest workmanship, at an outlay approaching £ 15,000, and are now in an excellent state of preservation, having received every requisite attention since the discontinuance of the business and comprise a dome and pan COPPER of 60 barrels, an open COP- PER of 8) barrels, cast-iron liquor back of 150 barrels, mash tun to wet SO quarters with machine, two hop backs of GO and 45 bar- rels, copper refrigerator, 14 working squares and rounds gauging from 40 to 130 barrels each, 48 pontos, 9 sets of oak cleansing casks with apparatus, 5 parachutes and batches, 9 settling batches from 40 to 78 barrels eaeh, 24 oak vats or rounds 14 barrels each, 6 capital English oak vats gauge 600 barrels each, 12 ditto from 80 to 130 barrels each, 11 ditto from 20 to 50 barrels each, excellent condensing steam engine of 6 horses power, and very superior machinery in shafts and cog wheels, nearly 4,000 feet of stout copper pipes partly tinned, several hundred brass cocks, 4 sets of engine pumps, malt rollers, malt elevator, cast-iron, oak, and fir bearers to the utensils, stages and ladders, brick and iron work, 2 clocks, and numerous effects.Purchasers of £100 and upwards may pay in approved bills of exchange. May be viewed four dJYs prior to the sale, and catalogues had on the premises at the Castle, Neath liLickworth Arms, Swan- sea; Wiiite Lioti, Carmarthen; Castle, Merthyr-Tydfil; Cardiff Arms, Cardiff; King's Head, Newport; Greyhound, Bath; White Lion, Bristol; of Messrs. Wright, Smith, and Shepherd, 15, Golden-square; of George Hume, Esq., 10, Great James- street, Bedford-row; and of Mr. Mason, 33, Bucklersbury, London. TIMBER TRADE. J. AND J. GRANT AND CO. BEG to announce, that they have commenced business as TIM- BER MERCHANTS in CARDIFF and from their long experience in that department (having establishments in North America, for the last twenty years) are confident they can supply the trade on equally advantageous terms with others. J. and J. Grant and Co. are also prepared to treat with con- tractors for the delivery of any quantity of timber, for railway purposes or otherwise. 73, ST. MARY STREET, CARDIFF. 6th September, 1848 J TO IRONMONGERS.—BUSINESS TO BE SOLD. THE STOCK and GOODWILL of the IRONMONGERY BUSINESS, carried on at Cardiff, Glamorganshire, by the late Mr. Job James (who is recently deceased) to be disposed of. The stock to be taken at a valuation. The coming-in will be about £1,50J. The stock may be paid for at three, six, and nine months, but unexceptionable security will be rejuired The late proprietor carried on a very thriving and lucrative trade. To view the stock, call at the:late Mr. Job James's shop, Angel- street, Cardiff; and for further particulars, apply to Mrs. Job James, King's Castle, Cardiff. DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. W. THOMAS T") ETURNS his sincere thanks for the support he has hitherto | experienced since his removal to Duke-street, and begs to say that from repeated solicitations he has been induced, for the accom- modation of his customers and the inhabitants of the town generally, to engage an experienced and competent person from one of the most "eminent and'fashionable houses in GItOSVEN Oil-SQUAIIE, LONDON, to superintend the various branches of MILLINERY, also the VISITE, MANTLE, and CLOAK DEPARTMENT, the whole of which will be made up in his establishment, on the most improved and economical principles. W. T. also takes this opportunity of announcing that he has just received from the markets a very cheap and fashionable assortment (quite new designs) in PLAIDS, FRENCH MERINOS, and various other materials for the approaching season, which he will be able to render at such prices that will, h8 trusts, meet the approbation of all that will honour him with an early call. CUT Mourning Orders executed on the shortest notice. Cardiff, Sep. I, 1848. JOHN CASSELL'S COFFEES. nnHE celebrity whieh these delicious COFFEES have attained is 1 quite unparalleled. The enormous demand created for them throughout Great Britain and Ireland is a sufficient indication of the manner in which they are appreciated by those individuals and families who have made trial of them. The excellence of the Coffees imported by John Cassell, and sold by his agents, consists in their great strength, combined with a rich and mellow flavour, peculiar to the world's finest growths. At the same time they are sold at prices usually charged for very inferior articles. The following are the prices at which any quantity, from two ounces to one pound, may be obtained:- s. d. John Cassell's Coffee, No. 1, an excellent article 1 4 John Cassell's Coffee, No. 2, cannot fail to give satisfac- tion, being a combination of the choicest growths of Ja- maica, possessing richness, strength and flavour I 8 John Cassell's Coffee, No. 3, to every connoisseur in Coffee, this will prove a treat, combining the finest moun- tain growths of both Jamaica and Turkey. 2 0 Each package forms a handsome catty, lined with lead, so that the aroma and essential oil, which constitute the excellence of a cup of really good Coffee, are most effectually preserved. CAUTION TO R —The great celebrity and extensive sale of the abt v C >i 1 < in'In. "f, prove to b gi > 11 nr 011s. Io. prevent bsmg tnus imposed upon, havers arc 1* is 1 to ask for John Cassell's Coffee, and to see that the packag b u his signature, without which none are genuine. AGENTS Ftftt Abergavenny—Mrs. Sctli. Evans,- Frog-more-street Aberayrou—David -Griffiths, Rock-street Aberystwitli—John Morgan, 14, Great Darkgate-street Brecon—I araes Williams, Ship-street -Thomas Evans, Watergate Brynmawr—Morgan David Morgan Blaina Iron Works—Rev. W. Roberts Carmarthen—James Voyd, Cross Cowbridgc-Thomas Miles, China Warehouse Cardiff-Henry Webber, Guardian office Dowlais—Frederick Atkins, Bethania-strect Dinas, near Fishguard—A. Harries, draper, &c. DevynIlock-J ames James and Son Dinas Colliery—-Islimael Williams, grocer Ebbw Fishguard—Hannah Harries Hirwaun Iron Works-—Thomas Williams, grocer Lianfylliur—Thomas Bynner, grocer, &c. Laughurlle-,J a'n08 George, grocer Blandly, S. Howell, Hall-street Liaiicliy, Breconshire—Thomas Jones, grocer Llanfair, Montgomeryshire—Thomas Hughes, grocer Llandovery, David Davies, Medical Hall LlansantIfraicl-D. J ones Lampeter—E. T. Evans "• Monmouth—Wm. Jenkins, Monnow-street Machynlleth—J.M.Jones Narberth—John Daw kins, High-street N-aweastifi-Eailyn—Thomas and Evans i Neatli—-Daniel Evans Newquay—Evan Williams Pembroke—W. Abram Poatypool-J ohnStcphens, Sowhill St. David's—James Davies, New Snap Talgarth—Richard Jones, draper Tredegar—John Lewis, Post-office All applications for this valuable agency to be me de direct to John Cassell, Ab kurch-lane, London, nfru ll'iiwf**3V:I— -> I.- If-1- Steam Communication between NEATII and BRISTOL. THE FINE NEW IRON SCREW STEAMER, NEATH ABBEY, 60 Horse power, JOHN WILLIAMS, COMMANDER, «, "IT 7" ILL take in goods on the Back 011 Tues- »V days and Fridays, and is intended to sail IV\as follows during the month of September, 1318, —vlStea* wind, weather, and water permitting, with liberty to tow. FRO* NEATH. FROM BATIICllSr BASIN, BRISl'OI.. Monday, Sep. -1 !H morn Saturday, Sept. 2 8 morn Thursday, j 12 noon Tuesday, 5 lOJniglit Monday, „ n' 4-5 morn Saturday, 9 2 morn Thursday" h 6 £ morn Wednesday „ 13 6 morn Monday „ is 9 morn Saturday 16 8 mom Thursday „ 2! 12 noon Tuesday 19 11 night Monday 25 5 morn I Saturlay 23 3 morn Thursday,,29 6morn I Tuesday 27 6 morn Saturday ,,30. 7111wrn Passengers taken on board at Briton-ferry, if near the Rock- house, fifteen minutes after the advertised time of leaving Neath. Passena-ers from Neath landed at Clevedon, and from Bristol at the Mumbles'{weather permitting), if required. FAKES :—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. carriages, 25s. Live stock shipped and landed at risk of the owner. Passengers from Neath to Briton-ferry, 6d. each, landing included. No fees to steward or stewardess. Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges. Aarents—Thonjas and Son, Back, Bristol; A. II. Buckett, Neath. September, 1848. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN BRISTOL, CARDIFF, SWANSEA, ILFRACOMBE, and TENBY. THE POWERFUL STEAMERS, PRINCE OF WALES, Matthew Jones, Commander, LORD BERBSFORD, Rob. Davis, Commander, and BRISTOL, Matthew Jones, Junior, Commander, r^\ A intended to sail as follows, during the month of SEPTEMBER, 1848, wind and wea- «^S^Hs"ther permitting. I'RINCE OF WALES. PRINCE OF WALES. FROM THE B"TK SHIP IIOCK, CARDIFF. FROM CUJIBKRI-AMD BASIN, BRISTOL. Friday, Sept. l; 6 morn. Saturday, Sept. 2 9 morn. Monday, 4. 7} morn. Tuesday, 5. 9.1 niorn. Wednes. (j 8i morn. Thursday, 7 11 morn. Friday, g li j morn Saturday, 9 24 after. Monday, 11 -24 after. Tuesday, 12 5 after. Wedries. 13 4 after. Thursday, 14 f;j morn. Friday, 15 5J morn. Saturday, 16 7.} morn. Wedries. 13 .4after Thursday, 14 6! morn. Friday, 15 5J morn. Saturday, 16 7.} morn. Monday, is. 7 morn. Tuesday, 19 morn. Wedues. 2i). Si morn. Thursday „ 21 lljinorn. Friday, 22 li'lmorn. Saturday 2;j 2& after. Monday, 25. 2.J after. Tuesday 26 5 morn. /Wednesday, 27 4 after. Thursday 2S 6 morn. Friday, 2'J 5 morn. Saturday, 29 8 morn. Fares—Cabin, 5s.; 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; or to E. T. Turner, agent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol. =- j Goods will, be hauled from both warehouses to the packets, at the expense of the companies. FROM BRISTOL. FRor SWANSEA. Lord Beresford, Thursday and Satur- Lord Beresford, Tuesday and Friday. day. Bristol, Wednesday. Bristol, Monday. Saturday, Sept.2 9 morn Fridav, Sep.. I. 9- morn Wodnes. 6 morn Monday, 4. Thursday, "?. morn Tuesday, 4 Saturday, 9. 25 morn Friday, 8 U-morn Weunes. II oh morn Thursday, 1-1 6J mom Tnesdny, 12 6.1 mom Suturday, 16 S morn Friday, 15 8 morn Wednes'. „ 20 iiiorn Monday, 1.9 10 morn Thursday, 21 1 morn Tuesday, 19 1().| morn Saturday, 23 3 morn Friday, 22 U morn Wed'.ies. 27 (> morn Jlond iy, ,,25 5; iiici-ii Thursday, 2S -6J morn 7 uesday, 26 (j4 morn Saturday, 30 9 morn | Friday 21) 8 morn Passengers from Swansea landed at Clevedon if required. REDUCED FARES between Bristol and Swansea.—Best (,a!iii, cab-in, 5s.—children under twelve years of age, lift-if Is—lambs, 9d.—horses, 17s. 6d.—fat cattle, 10s.—store ditto, 8s.—cow :and calf, 10s.—dogs, 2s. 6d.—pigs, Is. 6d.—fit nigs, Is. 9d„—-gigs, 16s.—phaeton, 21s. 6d.—carriages, 32s. 6d.—st/ward's fee, best cabin, Is. SWAN SKA .TO ir.PRACOMBF.. ILFRACOMBE TO SWANSEA. Lord Beresford, Monday. Bristol, Lord Beresford, Monday. Bristol, Friday. Friday. Friday, Sept. 1 7-} mora Friday, Sept. 1 11 morn. Monday, 4 9 morn Monday, „ 4 1 alter. Friday, S 12J after Fridayj' 8 4 after. -)rn. Monday, 4 9 morn Monday, „ 4 1 alter. Friday, S 12J after Fridayj' 8 4 after. Monday, 11 4 morn Monday, 11 8 morn. Friday, 15 5.j morn Friday," 15 3. after. Monday, 18 7 morn Monday, IS l! morn. Friday, 22 1 Staffer Friday, 22 4 after. Monday, 2>. 4 J morn i/onday, 25 8.1 morn. Friday, 29 mora Friday," 29, 3j after. REDUCED cARES between Swansea allll Ilfracombe.-Best cabin, 8s.-deck, 5s. To and fro same day, cabin, 10s.—fore cabin, 8s.—children under twelve years of age, lialf-fare—car- riage, 30s.-phíf:toll, 25s.—gig, 15s.-borses, 17 6d. each- dogs, 2s. 6d,—pigs, Is. 9d.—sheep, Is.—lambs, 9d.—fat cattle, IOs. —store ditto, 8s.—cow and calf, 10s. Goods, packages, parcels, &c. iorwardcd to all parts without delay. Steward's fees for ladies villi goiitlcti-ien, ls. each—children and servants, 6d. FROM SWANSEA TO TEXBY. BRISTOL. runf TENBY TO 8\TASJF\ ."Sf alter ••_Thjarsrtny,Sen^ J 5'mora (Thursday,' „* 14 .3 after Thursday, 21 • U morn Thursday, „ '21 3J after Thursday 28 • • 5J morn Thursday. 28 3^ after. FAIVF.S -Afte-r cabin, Ss.-fore cabin, 4s.—steward's fee, 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 MvJones, Jun., on board—after cabin to and fro, £4 16s. —fore cabin, to and fro, L3-,stewai-cll, fee, Gs. N.B. The Bristol will discharge and take in goods every Tues- day on the Grove. tpfT Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges. Agents—John Barber, 24, New King-street, Bath—J. W. Pockett, Swansea—J. Martin, Britannia Hotel, -I-lfraeomb'e—W. Corv, Forteseiic Arms, Barn stade-H. Morris, White Hart, Bishopsgate-street, London-and \V. Bower, White Lion, Tenby, All letters iiiformitioil to be post-paid. All goods, packages, parcels, &e., will ho forwarded to all parts without delay, when 'addressed to E. T. Turner, agent, Steam Packet office, 12, Quay-street, Bristol. TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION, Merchants, B<ttilers, and all who are desirous of obtaining vj gand Pen, that will write freely. MESSRS. B. F. LLOYD AND CO. JTIEG to ICC unmend their. TRIPLE POINTED ELECTRO PLATED JJJ STEKL 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 clime te, and causes the ink to flow more freely than from any pen that has been yet offered to the public mingle trial will prove their superiority over all others, and one pen is warranted to last as long as twelve of the best si eel pens now in use. Sold, wholesale only, bv B. F. LLOYD AX}) Cq,, Wholesale Manufacturing -Stationers, E iinburgh. and may be had ivi ')in ali booksellers and-'stationers in the kingdom.; Price Is., per dozen. -r..n8 CHEAP STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CARMARTHEN AND BRISTOL, XJS TEN HOURS, TOUCHING AT TENBY. 1a npIIE rapid and beautiful iron screw steam ship 4, L TALBOT, I\140 horse-powc-r, E.I ward Lewis Morgan, com- marnler, is appointed to sail during the month of. SEPTEMBER. as follows :— PIHnrRATHUllST BASIN, BlUST. FllOM CAilMAIlTHEN. Tuesday, Sept. o.. 10j after Thursday, Sept. 7-.ll-inioni Wednesday, 13.. a-morn Friday, 15.. Tuesday, 19..10. after Thursday, 21..llimoru Wednesday, 27.. 6 morn Friday, 29.. 6 mum FROM TKXBY.—Two hours after leaving Carmarthen. BRISTOL TO 'l'E:,ny AND 12s. &1., children under twelve, 6s. servants, 7s. 6d.; fore cabin, (i children under twelve, 4s. C A. It-NI-kit'r iie-'i LUO AND FKOM Teshy.—Fares—cabin, 3s.; fbre cabin, 2s. No fcqs to steward.—Refreshments may be obtained on board at moderate charges. Goods taken in at the warehouse, Grove, Bris- tol, to await the packet's arrival if for Carmarthen, &c. Further information may b3 had on application to the master on board Mr. James King, Packet office, Grove. Bristol; Mr. S. C. Dunn, Packet office, Carmarthen; or Mr. Wm. Jenkins, PsK-k* office, Taibach. Freight of goods to be paid for on delivery. "RAFF VALE RAILWAY. nnHE directors are prepared to receive tenders for LOANS on j mortgage for terms of five, seven, or ten years, in sums of n x less than £ 200. Interest at the rate of 15 per cent. per annum, payable half- yearly. By order of the board, E. KENWAY, Cardiff, Aug. 22, 1813. Secretary. TO MILLERS. A N eligible opportunity of investing a small capital by any our J\_ engaged in this line of business, is offered in the county of Pembroke", a very desirable situation for a mill adjoining the South Wales Railway and also the turnpike-road leading from Haverford-' west to Fishguard, with land as may be required, and the eiclusi.. grinding over about 4,009 acres of chiefly arable land. The tenant—: arc engaged to grind at the owner's mill. Every assistance w be given in material by the owner, and a long lease granted. Apply to the editor of this paper. Sept. 4th, 1848. THOMAS TAMLYN, AUCTIONEER, LAND-SURVEYOR, LAND- AGENT, VALUER, &>c., tyc., BEGS leave to announce to his friends aud the public genenr!\ r that he has commenced business as an AUCTIONEER, and intends selling property of every description. T. T. feels et,v fident that his experience in farming and knowledge of agrieultiw produce, stock, &c., will enable him to give perfect satisfaction f, those persons who may favour him with their patronage ;ti. support. OFFICES :—Bridge-street, Haverfordwest, and High Mead, Port- field. August 16th, 1848. Oes y liyd tV Iaith Gymracj. ABERGAYENNY El S TED DEO i). By permission of Her Majesty, under the patronage of his Roy;- f Highness the Prince of Wales. THE Eisteddfod in celebration of the Fifteenth Anniversary «.f- the Cymreigyddion Society, will be held in-the Cymreigyddk. i- I-lall, Abergavenny, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 11th aud Uth of October, 1348. President, Col. C. Kemys lynte, cu Cen; Mably, M.P. THE ABERGAVENNY EISTEDDFOD COSTUME ar FULL DRESS BALL will take place on Friday, the 13th of Oct- her, in the Cymreigyddion Hall. STEWARDS. The President, Col. C. Kemys Tynto, of Cefn Mably Sir lkl'- jamin Hall, of Llanover, Bart., M.P. KOllMiVL COLLEGE FOR WALES! 7 THE ANNUAL MEETING of the supporters and friends of- the above college, now located at Brecon, and about being, removed to Swansea, well be held on the 19th of September next., in the Tabernacle Chapel, Carmarthen. The meeting will commence at eleven, a.m. As matters of importance will be introduced, the attendance, it is to be expected, will be numerous. D. Rees, Llanelly J G. Avery, Neath Secretaries. E. Da\les, ilavcrtoriiNvest, i D. Evans, Swansea. J NORMAL COLLEGE FOR WALES. Aaron Crosfield, Esq., Swansea, Treasurer. Rev. David Evans and J. 31. Buckland, Esn., Swansea, Hon Secretaries. Evan Davies, Esq., A.M., Principal. Mr. Edward Roberts, Agent. nnHE following CONTRIBUTIONS have been promised and* reported by the respective secretaries of the local committees —- AMOUNTS PREVIOUSLY AUVJJltTISEU. £ s. d. Breconshire 5 0 0 Cardiganshire 2-5.7 5 11 Carmarthen:hire Moiimoathshire <6 9 0 Pembrokeshire a (j England. 19 4 0 ADDITIONAL is C :,S. £ s. (h Breconshire.—Brecon. x^vanDavies 25 0 (X Cardioanshirc.—Talxesyn Sundries 0 ft Pautamanlwg 3 6 &. \'r Pontrhydfendigaid 3 17 tt. Llaadowibrefi 2 7' S< Llangybi 0 19 0. -• II Llanfair 0160 Abermeirig. 2 1 G Rhydybont 3 7 0 Pcncader 320 New I16 Llandvssil 3 10 i". Cwrallvnfc.il 20 0 O Carmarthenshire.—iarigellan 2 10 0 •Llwyntetr d 10 (!. Llangennech 2 19 t> lilane-li 3 2 rt Llandebio 6 6. Penrhiwgoch 1 12 CI. Pontyberem 6 3 ft Porthyrhyd 2 7 6 Llanddarog 1 5 n St. Clears—Sums under i;5 ca(-h 7 10 0. Lhnelly-Hichard Palmer 10 10 8 "Captain Simon Samuel. in 0 John Brook O 5 0 Hopkin Beavan 5 5 ft- A Baptist 10 0 ft „ 11. J.'Ne\iu 50 0 a "S :m;< umlcr£5 each. 4 9 0.. Glamorganshire.-—Swansea.—G. G. Francis 500, David Jones 5 0 0 York Place collection 10 4 0- „ Sums under £ 5 each. 2 2 (>; Monmouthshire— Newport.—Lewis Edwsrds 5 0 ft — George Gething 5 0 Sums under £ 5 eaeh. 1 0 P, Pembrokeshire.—Penygroes.Dit.t^ ditto 2 0. ■ | JSnjland. -London.—Rice Hopkins ..v$% ?