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SIRTIOWY IRON WORKS.

SWANSEA.

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SWANSEA. MESMERISM. —Messrs, Davev and Jackson, the celebrated lecturers on this science, have just coin pi 1 then- series at Neath, and by the time this number of the lb -JCIPALITY shall have reached our subscribers their first lecture will have been delivered at Merthyr. We deeply regret the conduct of cer- tain professors, both of law- an 1 physics, in the annoyance and insults offered t) science in the persons of these respected lec- turers, and yet WI> are glad to find that the parties alluded to in Mr. Jackson caught a Tartar. We promise our Mcrthyr z, friends a rich treat. RQYAL INSTITUTION.—On Friday evening hst, Dr. Williams delivered his fifth lecture On the mechanism of the erect attitude the prerogative of man." After some introductory remarks Dr. Williams called attention to the great skill exhibited by the Divine architect in fixing the head oil the; spinal or backbone. He then went on to describe the peculiar construction of the spine, the ribs, the bones of the arms, hands, legs, and feet, observing that everywhere was apparently the most perfect and peculiar adaptation for the accomplish- ment of the end designed—and consequently a designing intel- ligence. Mr. Napier, who occupied the chair, having made a few observations, Professor Robinson, of London, addressed the audience on the same subject, after which the meeting separated. DEpartuits FOR Au.sTii.Aj.iA.,—On Monday morning last the Jenny Jones, barque, and the Undaunted, brig, left this port for Australia, each of them having on board a of passen- gers. The Jenny Jones is admirably fitted up for the conve. nience and coaifort of passengers, axi l we doubt not but that the spirited exertions of our townsman, Mr. William Jenkins, jun., will in this respect be acknowledged and rewarded, now that ia-rmediate communication has been established between this port and South Australia. LAUNCH.—On Moaday morning last a steam barge was launched from the bail ting yard of Messrs.. Bath and Eaton. It was built for the Patevrt Fuel.Company, and is in ten Jed to convey patent fuel from this port to Bristol, Gloucester, and other places. TLufxc:IED,—On Tuesday morning last, from the yard of Mr. William Meager, of this town, the sloop Tartar, intended- for the coasting trade, and for Mr, William GimbLtt, Wet- chet, Somersetshii-e,

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