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Itatismrats PUBLICATIONS OF THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY. WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED. SERIES FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. THE HISTORY OF GREECE. From the Earliest Times to A.D. 1833. 12mo. With a Map. 332 pp. 2s. 6tl. cloth, sprinkled edges. THE HISTORY OF ROME. From the Earliest Times to the Fall of the Empire. 12mo. With Three Maps. 438 pp. Price 3s. A VIEW OF THE EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. By WILLIAM PALEY, D.D., Archdeacon of Carlisle. With Intro- duction, Notes, and Supplement, by the Rev. T. R. IB IRKS, A.M., formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 12mo. 3s. boards. It has been the object of the writers of the historical works to produce histories consistent with the progress which has been made iii historical knowledge, and at the same time, to take a Christian view of events, to furnish the information requisite to form a correct judgment of the individuals prominent in their story; and while detailing facts, to state the principles involved in them, from which important rules may be gathered for our conduct in private life and general society. These works will be found adapted both for family reading and the perusal of the youthful student. Other volumes of the series are in progress, and will shortly appear. Also may be had, just published, THE POCKET PARAGRAPH BIBLE, COMPLETE. THE HOLY BIBLE, containing the Old and New Testaments, ac- cording to the Authorized Version. Arranged in Paragraphs and Parallellisms, with an entirely new Selection of copious References to Parallel and Illustrative passages, Prefaces to the several Books, and Notes. With Maps. 4s. cloth boards 5s. roan, gilt; 6s. French-grained morocco; 7s. Turkey-morocco, best style. A HISTORY OF THE VAUDOIS CHURCH. From its Origin, and of the Vaudois of Piedmont, to the Present Day. By AJTTOINE MOXASTIEU, formerly Pastor in the Canton de Vaud, and a Native of the Vaudois Valleys of Piedmont. Translated from the French. 12mo. With a Map of the Valleys. boards; 5s. 6d. half-bound. THE LIFE OF MRS. SAVAGE. By Srit JOHN B. WILLIAMS, KNT., LL.D. A New Edition. 2s. boards 3s, half-bound. A HARMONY OF THE FOUR GOSPELS. In the Authorized Version. Following the Harmony of the Gospels in Greek. By EDWARD ROBINSON, D.D., I.L.D., Author of BIBLICAL RESEARCHES IN PALESTINE." With Explanatory Notes and References to Parallel and Illustrative Passages. Two Maps. Royal 12mo. 3s. boards. THE NEW TESTAMENT POCKET COMMENTARY. "With numerous Explanatory and Illustrative Notes. ISmo. Con- taining 360 pages. Price only Is. 4d., neat cloth boards. 32mo SERIES FOR THE YOUNG, With Engravings. 4d. neat cover; 6d. ornamented cover; 8d. cloth boards. SCRIPTURE QUADRUPEDS.—SCRIPTURE BIRDS.— SCRIPTURE TRKES, FRUITS, AND FLOWERS.— SCRIPTURE MOUNTAINS. The SOCIETY has published a good variety of valuable Books and Tracts in the Welsh language: a catalogue may be had on appli- cation and also at the ENINCIRALITY Office. Depository, 56, Paternoster Row; and sold by the Booksellers. P RINTING of every description executed at the PRINCIPALITY J7 Office, witli neatness, accuracy, and despatch, on very mode- rate terms. Copper-plate Printing and Bookbinding. PuBIilCATIONS or THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY IN STOCK. s Orders for Books, Magazines, and other Periodicals, Music, or any other Article whatever in the Plain and Fancy Stationery de- partment, procured to order at a few days' notice. Allan TYasg, Pris 6c., y Rhan 1 af o k DDYSG CHAMBERS I'R BOBL, (Chambers's Informa- tionfor the People) wedi ei gyfieithu gan MR. EBENEZER THOMAS (Eben Ffardd). D O 3 B A It T H WT IT. Swyddi Morganwg, Mynwy a Bryclieiniog Meistriaid THOMAS a J. R. PRICE, Llyfrwerthwyr, Aberdare, Swydd Morganwg, Swyddi Caerfyrddin, Penfro ac Aberteifi: MR. EVAN JONES, Llyfrwerthwr, Aberystwyth. Gogledd Cymru MR. EVAN MERE- DITH. Lleyn ac Eifionydd; MR. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Llyfr- rwymwr, Pwllheli. Lludain Mr.H. HUGHES, Llyfrwerthwr, St. Martin's Le Grand. Llynlleifiad: Meistriaid E. a. T. JONES, Argraffwyr a Llyfwerthwyr, Lime-street. Wrexham: MR. R. HUGHES, Llyfrwerthwyr. Tre Caerfyrddin: MR. W. SPURRELL, Argrfiydd. Tre Aberteifi: MR. J. R. JAMES, Cheinist-I'Nv gztel hefyd gan hall Lfnveithwyr Cymreig, trwy'r dosbarthwyr uchod. A HINT. A SITUATION WANTED by a SUPERANNUATED JTJL MALTSTER, and EX-GROCER, about 60 years old (re- sident not a hundred miles from the centre of the county,) as PARISH ROADS SURVEYOR, who has a remarkably good character from his late employers for his general efficiency in attempting to take down Encroachments and non-Encroachments; has no objection to undertake any Job for the benefit (?) of the Parish. His creed, which he hopes may not be objected to, is Uni versus Trini. All applications by letter, post-paid, addressed to X. Y. Z., to be left at the Post-office, Bridgend. YALUABLE AGENCY? MANSELL and CO., WHOLESALE TEA and COFFEE DEALERS, LONDON, who have already agents in almost every town and village in England, are desirous of ex- tending the same to Wales. The teas and coffees are packed in neat leaden cases, and very little trouble attending the sale. It would be a valuable addition to a light business, such as a chemist or confectioner. None but the most respectable persons will be appointed, who can give undeniable references. The list is fast-filling, but a few towns are vacant. Early applications are necessary, to MAN SELL and Co., 2, Bucklersbury, London. DENT'SRIMPROVED WATCHES AND CLOCKS.-E. J. DENT'SRIMPROVED WATCHES AND CLOCKS. —E. J. DENT, Watch and Clock-maker by distinct appointment to the Queen, H. R. H. Prince Albert, and H. 1. M. the Emperor of Russia, most respectfully solicits from the public an inspection of h:s extensive STOCK of WATCHES and CLOCKS, embracing all the late modern improvements, at the most economical charges. Ladies' Gold Watches, with gold dials, jewelled in four holes, 8 gs. Gentlemen's, with enamelled dials, 10 gs.; Youth's Silver Watches, 4 gs. Warranted accurate going Lever Watches, jewelled in four holes, 6 gs. —E. J. DENT, 82, Strand; 33, Cockspur-street; and 34, Royal Exchange (Clock Tower Area), London. THE WOOLLEN TRADE. BE DISPOSED OF, on reasonable terms, a WHOLE- X SALE and RETAIL WOOLLEN DRAPERY BUSINESS, Vnieh is situated in the most central and best locality in the first commercial'town in Great Britain, except London. It has been carried on successfully for seventeen years, having been opened in March, 1832. The present proprietor's sole reason for wishing to retire is, that having realised an independency, and being possessed of some landed property, he is desirous of returning to a country life. The Stock at present is about £10,000, but could,, in two Months, be reduced to foOOO or £ 6000. The Advertiser cannot better convey an idea of the progress and extent of the business than by giving here the amount of the yearly returns since the commencement. The receipts were (omitting the shillings and pence) in 1833, £ 6.805; 1834, £ 9,397; 1835, £ 11,852; 1836, £ 14,355; 1837, £16,226; 1838, £ 20,079.; 1839, E27,406 1840, £ 27,685; 1841, £ 26,389; 1842, £ 28,267 '1813, £ 28,800; 1844, £ 30,719; 1845, £ 39,713; 1846, £ 40,509; 1847, £ 35,876; 1848, £ 36,293. The Advertiser would not object to allow a portion of the Capital to remain on interest, and to be paid by instalments, pro- vided good security "was given. Further particulars may be ob- tained from Messrs". STANTON and SONS, Stroud; Messsrs. D and J. COOPER, LeedsV Messrs. STARKEY BROTHERS, HuddersfieUl; Mr. J. G STRA.CH AN, Basiughall-street, London; r Mr. WALES, at the Lyceum, Bold-street,. Liverpool, DENTAL SURGERY. FOURTEENTH YEAR OF ATTENDANCE- Mondays, Brecon; Tuesdays, Abergavenny; Wednesdays, New- port; Thursdays, Cardiff; Fridays, Chepstow; Saturdays Mon- mouth; until the 28th Februarv. MR. MOSELY, SURGEON-DENTIST, of 30, BERNERS- STREET, OXFORD-STREET, LONDON, has the honour to announce to his Patients, the Gentry, and the residents gene- rally, of the Principality, that he is now making his usual peri- odical visit, and that he may be consulted in all things relating to his profession, On Mondays, at Castle Hotel, Brecon. On Tuesdays, at Angel Hotel, Abergavenny. On Wednesdays, at King's Head Hotel, Newport. On Thursdays, at Cardiff Arms, Cardiff. On Fridays, at George Hotel, Chepstow. (All at private apartments.) And on Saturdays, at Mr. G. Powell's, Plumber, Mon- now-street, Monmouth. ATTENDANCE Mr. L. M. having regularly attended the Principality twice every year for the last fourteen years, trusts that will be sufficient recom- mendation to those who may require the Dentist, and who have not yet consulted him. Constant attendance at Town Residence, No. 30, Berners-street, Oxford-street, where Patients can always be attended, and where only Mr. L. M. can be consulted, except when on his periodical visits to the Principality. January 4, 18491 STrVEKS'S ORIGINAL GREEN GINGER WINE. MANUFACTORY—TEMPLE-STREET, BRISTOL. BRANCH ESTABLISIUlENTS-BARGE- YARD, LONDON; HENRY & DUKE-STREETS, LIVERPOOL. OHN STIVENS and CO. beg respectfully to inform the public J that their original GREEN GINGER WINE is in the high- est state of perfection, and especially adapted for this season of the year; its excellence is so well known, and so justly appreciated, that comment is unnecessary. Amongst the variety of Stivens's Wines, there are many so nearly resembling the foreign (without their spirituous character), that they are highly recommended as a safe beverage for children, or weak, debilitated constitutions. J. S. and Co. would particularly call attention to their cele- brated ORANGE TONIC. This cordial, combining all the medicinal properties of anne tonic, possesses the rich and beautiful flavour of the Seville Orange, ren- dering it a pleasant and agreeable beverage, at the same time afford- ing a healthy and vigorous tone to the whole system. N.B.—The UNIVERSAL SAUCE, lately introdxicedbyMessrs. Stivens and Co., is now the popular sauce of the day. All Pickles manufactured at their establishments are prepared entirely with Malt Vinegar, and families may be fully satisfied that all chemical piocess is as strictly avoided as if prepared by themselves. May be obtained of most respectable chemists, oilmen, and gro- oers throughout the kingdom. THE ORIGINAL HOWQUA'S MIXTURE OF 40 RARCQ BLACK TEAS AND MOWQUA'S SMALL LEAF GUN- POWDER. BY APPOINTMENT. [I HE reputation of these teas is now so thoroughly established, |_ 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., 233 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 t day. The Howqua's Mixture of 40 rare black teas is now reduced to 6S. SD. 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 Mowqua's estates have commenced shipping a SECOND GROWTH called SEMI-HOWQUA and SEMI- MO WQU A, which, while partaking of all the distinguishing qua- In lities of the originals, are, as being more economical, better adapted for ordinary consumption. r. Semi-Howqua per pound catty package 5s. Semi-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 IlowqL, -t and "Mowqua." B. H. and Co. also continue to supply their original and well- known package teas at all prices. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST COFFEE. Brocksopp and Co. roast their coffees by powerful steam machinery, and prepare them after the French manner. Great economy and improvement of flavour are the results. Coffees prepared by this process being 30 per cent. stronger than those roasted in the ordi- nary way. Per lb.-s. d. 1 Per lb.—S. d. Demerara 1 4 Fine strong Mocha. 2 0 Fine Jamaica 1 8 1 Finest rich old ditto 2 4 Packed in lead to preserve the aroma. N. B.—In reply to numerous applications received from private families, to be supplied with the above teas and coffees, the Com- pany most respectfully refer them to their appointed agents, this being the only medium through which they may be purchased 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 patented principle. EGG|P An excelleut living, if actively pursued, or a material addi- tion to income, with moderate exertion, is derivable from the sale of the above articles. Brocksopp, How, and Co. are now prepared to appoint agents in every considerable town throughout the United Kingdom. Parties desirous of becoming agents must therefore apply immediately, in order that their names may appear in the advertisements. Full particulars of terms, with a price list, will be forwarded, by post, on application to Brocksopp, How, and Co., tea importers, 233 aitd 234, Borough, London. AGENTS FOR THIS DISTRICT:— Cardif-Ageiit wanted Aboravron-W. Green, Pier-street Abergavenny—W. H. Hurst, chemist, Neville-street Beaufort & Victoria Iron Works-J. Jones, groccr& toa deale Dryniiiawr- David Edwards, Stamp-office Brvnmawr-John Jones, draper and grocer Brecon—Philip Bright, chemist, Medical Hall Cardigan-J oscph Clougher Carmarthen—Wm. Morgan, chemist, Lammas-streot Crielicliowell-Wm. Christopher, chemist, High-street Dowlais-David Lewis, chemist, High-street Eglwyswrw—J. D. Evans, draper and tea-dealer Ditto—R. Watkins, draper and tea-dealer Haverfordwest—T. Williams, chemist, 17. Market-street Ditto—Gwynne Harries, chemist, High-street Llandilo—Thomas James, bookseller and stationer Llandovery—Rees Bishop, tea establishment, Stone-street Merthyr Tydvil—Edward Watkins, Pontmorlais Milford Haven—J- D. Merritt, chemist Monmouth—J. Wightman, bookseller, Agincourt-square Narberth—Jason Meyler, grocer and draper Newport—J. Grout, stationer, High-street Ditto—John Thomas, chemist, 154, Commercial-street Newcastle-Emlyn—Thomas & Evans, grocers & tea-dealers Ditto—Samuel Jones, grocer and tea-dealer Ditto-W. l,aeii, chemist, 1, Meyrick-street Pontypool—William Conway, chemist Swangea-C. T. Wilson, Castle-square Tenby—Richard Mason, bookseller Tredegar—Isaac Edwards, hatter and tsa-dealer. FOR SALE. A CARGO of FINE FRENCH BLUE, RED, and WHITE ZLL POTATOES and ONIONS, direct from FRANCE are of the finest growing Districts in France; ex the Brig AMELE," has only been Six days out. This Cargo has been carefully selected for SEED and TABLE. Also, 4 CARGO of FINE, SELECTED LISBON ORANGES, J-\ WINE, in Quarter Casks, and PORTUGAL ONIONS, Ex the Schooner William." Anply to C. II. STONEHOUSE and CO.—One concern. Newport, Monday, February 5, 1.8.19. TIFFING. I; BRISTOL GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, OFFICE, QUAY, BRISTOL. fl, )E-a 11 f I I^HE following steam vessels are intended to sail from Cumberland Basin, Bristol, to and from Waterford, Victory and Rose; Tcnby, Osprey and Phoenix; Milford, Pater, and Haverfordwest, Osprey; Carmarthen, Phoenix, calling at Tnby-Torridge, calling at Ilfra- combe Ilfracombe, lorridge; Swansea, County, if.erestorcl, ana Bristol; Newport, Swift and Usk; Cardiff, Star and Prince of Wales; as under-mentioned, during February, 1849 :— Wales; as under-mentioned, during February, 1849 :— FROM BRISTOL TO a « i <O £ B <S g S U ■■■• TE' IT February. -G 53 -G <2 £ £ § 3 P, 0 I s i 1 a | A • Thursday 1 11 am 11 am I IJam Friday 2 12| pm Z 12J pm 12J pm I^ipm In Saturday SSpm 1 pin 1 £ pm U pin 4 "1-1 Monday. 5 c S pin 3} pm Tuesday. 6 4} .pm 4.J pm 4^ pm 4$pm «S p, 5 am 5am 5am Wednesday 7 =3 51 am 6 am Thuisclay 8 7 am 6-1, am 7 a in Friday 9 7J am o u 7h am am 7 £ am Saturday 10 S am V.J3 8 am am 8 am Monday. 12 9 am 9 am Tuesday. 13 10 am 10 am 9 am 9 am g Q 9,} am 9| am am Wednesdayii ■■■ ••• '.5 aiu iu am Tl,tirsday 15 ê -d I OS am 10.J am Hijam Friday IG HI am 11 am 11 am 11 am Sattiidav 17 "1 pm 1 a noon WA pm 12IPM -— IS -— — Monday. g 31 p r- 2 pi-i Tuesday 20 31 pm 3* pm 34 pm 8* pm 4| am 7i am 3 pm Wednesday21 c §, 5 am 5 am •Thursday 22 6 am 54 am 6 am Friday 23 7 am g 64 am (5 am 6j am Saturday 24 7 am ••• g, g 7 am 64 am 7 am Monday .26 "p 8 am S am Tuesday 27 am 84 am 84 am 84 am £ 9 am 84 am 84 am Wednesday28 ■■■ 9 am 9 am g FOR BRISTOL FROM « rA -S £ L 1$% § A February.; HIS H W £ S I < 5 Thursday 1 !U am 94 am 9 am F/iday 2 12 noon 11 am S pm £ 12 noon 10 am 104am Saturday 3 3 am ••• <5 24 pm 12noon 12 non Saturday 3 2am <5 2t pm 12noon 12 non 4 Monday. 5 ••• ••• o £ 2J pm 2$pm Tuesday. 6 2 pm S, f>4 am 3i pm 34 pm Wednesday 7 ••• 4 pm 5 am Thursday' 8 5% 74 am 5 am 54 am Friday 9 6 am 7 am o u S am 54 am C am Saturday 10 84 am 3 am 84 am 64 am 64 am Monday. 12 js js 7 am 7 am Tuesday. 13 8 am 0 o 1 OA am 74 am 7J am "Wednesday 11 5 •■• 8 am S am Thursday* 15. ■■• g'-g 111 am e{¡ am 84 am Friday 16 11 am 11 am 7 pm £ g 12noon 9 am am Saturday 17 1 am 14 am Hi am 11 am Monday. 19 & g 1{- pm 14 pm Tuesday. 20[ 2 pm 5 am 24 pm 24 pm Wednesd tv .1 g g, 3 pm 3 pm Thursda\ g 64 am 4 pm 34 pm Friday. 2j, 6 pm 7 am -g g 74 am 5 am am Saturday 24j am 2 am £ « 8 am 5 am oi am MOllChlY • £ 3 am Tuesday .27 S am 5 94 am 7 am| 7 am Wednesday28 ■•■ ••• ••• ••• E-1 J 7 am The Torridge, after landing her passengers at Ilfracombe from Bristol, will proceed to Carmarthen, and return from thence on Ihursday. The whole of the above vessels are fitted up for the convey- ance of passengers and goods.—Female stewards on board. Carriages and horses shipped with care.—Horses and carriages to be shipped two hours before sailing. Particulars may be obtained by applying at the Bristol Steam Navigation Company's Office, .Quay, Bristol; where all goods, packages, parcels, &c., should be addressed :—For Swansea and Cardiff, to W. B. Owen, Bull Wharf, Redcliff-street and Clare- street Hull, Marsh-street; andE. T. Turner, 1'2, Quay-street; and for Newport/to J. Jones, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells. AGENTS.F-Mr. Joseph Morgan, Tenby; Mr. J. Rees, Haver- fordwest; Mr. Palmer, Milford; Mr. Boweu, Piter Mr. John N. Smart and Mr. W. Pockett, Swanseaj Mr. T. John and Mr. A. Hingston. CarcEíf j Mr. Martin, Ilfracombe; Mr. Thomas Baker, Lynton; Mr. Robert Stacey, Carmarthen; and Mr. It. Jones, Newport.' EMIGRATION. A SMALL but select party of emigrants, about proceeding to Georgia, will be glad to increase their nuniber, to make the cost of passage less, and to insure comfort and be helps to each other, Men of small capital will find this the safest and most cer- tain means of succeeding. Every information may be obtained from MR. JAS. TODD, Land and Emigration Agent, &c., Brecon Road, Abergavenny. Mr. Todd has made arrangements with the first houses in London Liverpool, Bristol, &c., for shipping passengers to all parts of the world, on the most approved principles, and on very moderate terms, E, !IIIGRATION, XN THE STATE of GEORGIA.—UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.—For SALE, 120,000 ACRES of FREEHOLD LANDS, in Irwin county; in lots of 490 acres, at 6s. per acre and in lots of 25 acres and upwards, at 8s. per acre. The lands lie between 31 and 32 degrees north distant from the Atlantic Ocean one hundred and twenty miles, and at an elevation of four hundred feet above its level, free from swamps, climate salubrious and healthy, distant from England eighteen or twenty days' sail. They are bounded by the navigable rivers, the Flint and the Ocmuig^e by the former, s, communication is open to the Gulf of Mexico by the latter to the Atlantic. A railroad, two-thirds finished, passes through the lands, which will connect both these rivers. The purchasers of the several lots will be entitled to the minerals or pro- ducts which may be found on the property, thus considerably en- hancing the value. Vessels sail nearly every week from Liverpool to (Savanna or Charleston. Passage to either city from £3 to E4 per head; passengers finding their own provisions, &c. From Charleston and Savanna, the lands are reached bv either coach, wag- gon, or steam-boat. Every information may be obtained relative to the above, &c., from RICHARD KEILY, Esq., No. 1, Royal Exchange Buildings, London; and also from Mr. JAMES TODD, Land and Mineral Agent, Abergavenny. Alteration of Time. Cheap & Expeditious Travelling. CHARLES PHILLIPS, f to-. CfV** r, his sincere thanks to JL the public, begs leave to inform them that his COACH will, on and after MONDAY, the 29th of Janu- ary, 184?,}eave the Tredeg-ar Arms Lotel, NII-NVPOUT, precisely at nine 0 clock ill the morninii-, for Cardiff, Bridgend, Neath, and Swansea; and the Talbot AI •,>, calling at the Castle Hotel, Swansea, precisely at eight o'eloek every morning, for Neath, Bridgend, Cardiff, and Newport. O-I SUNDAYS—Newport, nine o'clock in the morning; Cardiff, six o'clock in the, evening. Parcels carefully delivered at moderate charges. LAND AND MIBFERAL SURVEYING, PONTYPRIDD, GLAMOBGANSHIRB, A. LEW IS begs most respectfully to inform landowners, v ? coal-proprietors, and other gentlemen, that he has just commenced business in the above line at this place, and hopes that, by strict attention, and adherence to integrity, he may be honoured with their support. E "ery department of surveying executed with fidelity, accuracy, and despatch. ML»I-street, Pontypridd, 10th January, 1S49. TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS. WANTED, A GOOD SALESMAN, of Sober and Indus- trious habitsnone other need apply. Address Mr. THOMAS PRICE, Merthyr. MR. D. J. LLEWELLYN begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Cardiff and its vicinity, that he has taken a part of the Yard, near the Rose and Crown, occupied by Mr. Evan Rees, Hay Merchant, for the purpose of selling LARGE, BRUSH and SMALL COAL. The Coal is bituminous, of good quality, and can be had in any quantity. Prices as follows :— LARGE 5d. per cwt. BRUSH 4d. SMALL 3d. „ Cynon Colliery, near Pontypridd. PEMBROKESHIRE. MR. II. P. GOODE BEGS to announce that he has received instructions to offer for SALE BY AUCTION, at the COMMERCIAL INN, in the town of FISIIGUARD, on THURSDAY, the first day of March, 1849, at one o'clock in the afternoon, an exceedingly valuable property, comprising four rich FARMS, known as Trewrach, Gain, Pentre, and Penywarm, with some new cottages, erected by tenants on building leases, situate in the parish of Fishguard, intersected by the road leaqiag from Fishguard to Newport,, and bounded by Fishguard Bay on the north, importantly placed to participate in the benefits to be derived from the improvements of that harbour, when it is made the terminus of the South Wales Railway. The whole of the pro- perty contains 30-1a. 11". 26p., which will be divided into six lots, suitable for convenient occupation for building and other improve- ments. Printed particulars with a plan and description of the lots will be ready by the 10th day of February, and may be had on application to W. B. Cooper, Esq., solicitor, 17, Hatton Garden, London at the place of sale, and the principal inns in Pembrokeshire; of 1I. P. Goode, Land Agent and Surveyor, Haverfordwest. Haverfordwest, January 31st, 1849. ST. MELLON'S BRITISH SCHOOLS. k T a PUBLIC MEETING OF THE PARISHIONERS of A ST. MELLON'S, held on Wednesday Evening, the 14th February, the following Resolutions were unanimously agreed to :— THOMAS RICHARDS, ESQ., in the Chair. 1.—Moved by the Rev. David Evans, and seconded by Mr. David Roberts. That in the opinion of this Meeting a public, open, free, :1'1 d uiisectarian school, especially for the instruction of the lower classes, is much wanted for this neighbourhood and its vici- nity." 2.—Moved by the Rev. William Lewis, and secondud by Thomas Lloyd, Esq. That the School shall be conducted on the principles of the British and Foreign School Society." 3.—Moved by the Rev. Thomas Jones, and seconded by Mr. Daniel Roberts. That a Committee be formed forthwith to carry the foregoing Resolutions into effect." 4..—Moved by J. Davies, Esq., and seconded by Mr. Isaac Timothy. That the Wardens, Overseers, and Parishioners of St. Mellon's, be solicited to grant a commodious part of the Parish-house fer- the use of the said School." THOMAS RICHARDS, Chairman.


Majority for Mr, Pryse, 7.