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PRINTING OT EYEltY DESCRIPTION EXECUTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE "PRINCIPALITY," NOKTII STREET, CARDll'F,. WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. Orders from the Country (both in Welsh and English) promptly punctually attended to. Advertisements and Orders received for the London and Pro- vincial Newspapers. AN OUT-DOOR APPRENTICE WANTED. BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. OPENING OF THE BETHEL CHAPEL. *TVKE above Building will be opened for Divine Worship (D.V.) X ON the 6th APRIL, 1849, (GOOD FRIDAY,) on which occasion THREE SERVICES WILL BE HELD, and Sermons preached in the following order:- Morning, Half-past Ten, REV THOMAS THOMAS, Theological Tutor, Pontypool. Afternoon, Three o'clock, HEV. J. JAMES, Trinity Chapel, Cardiff. Evening, Half-past Six, ? REV. E. WILLIAMS, M.A., Merthyr. Collections will be made in aid of the Building Fund. Oil the following Monday, (Easter Monday,) there will be a Tea Party, ^hea several Ministers and other Gentlemen will deliver Addresses. J- AA on the Table at FIVE o'clock. Tickets, One Shilling each. -1 1 ILI, EMIGRATION. THE Fine, Coppered, Fast-sailing Brig, CA WTON, 400 Tons Burthen, O. A. K. DUNX, Master, -Now lying in the Bute Docks, Cardiii, will sail on or about the 5th April, 1849, to PORTLAND, U. S. t Persons intending to Emigrate will find this a most desirable opportunity, as the accommodations will be of a superior kind, such as are seldom offered at any of the outports. As steerage and cabin passengers of a limited number only are required, early application should be made to H. H. PARRY BROTHERS, and BROWN, Cardiff; G. W. JONES and CO., Newport; or to the Commander on board, who will show the vessel, and give every other information. m. EMIGRATION. THE Fine, Fast-sailing, Coppered, and Cop- per-fastened American Ship (A 1), ARVUM, 600 Tons Burthen, HIRAM VINALL, Master, -Now lvina in the Bute Docks, Cardiff, will sail on or aoout April 10, 1849, to BOSTON, U. S. This vessel's accommodations are of a superior kind, and present a very desirable opportunity for parties intending to Emigrate. .For further particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN OWEN, Sbip- !Kfear, Cardiff; and to Messrs. C. H. STONEHOUSE and CO., •^Wpo'rt, Monmouthshire. EMIGRATION. IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA—UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.—For Sale, 120,000 Acres of FREEHOLD LANDS, in In. WIN COUNTY; in Lots of 120 Acres and upwards, at Five Shillings per Acre. The Lauds lie between thirty-one and thirty- two degrees north distant from the Atlantic Ocean one hundred aad 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 bouudedhv the Navigable Rivers, the Flint, and the Oemulgee. A railroad, two-thirds finished, passes through the lands, which will conuect l)ot these rivers.—Vessels sail nearly every Week from Liverpool to Savanna or Charleston. Passage to either .G-1ty from 1:3 to E4 Per head;—From Charleston and Savanna, the Lands are reached fry either Coach, Waggon, or Steam-boat.—Every information may he obtained relative to the above, &c. from RICHARD K.EILY, Esq., No. 1, Royal Exchange Building, London. JUST ARRIVED, per STAR, from ANTWERP, a CARGO of Prime White Potatoes. J.he abovo are carefully selected, and will be fauud well worthy ths attention of Growers, or for domestic use. Apply to G. C. BAYLIS, Wharf, Cardiff. rpHE PATENT ECLIPSE LAMP; ROIL BURNIRG ENGLISH'S PATENT CAMPHINE, With its recent improvements, is now FltEEFRmt SMOKE, is .the Perfection of light, and forms a most elegant Ornament for the -drawing-room or Library. Though the light of the Vesta Lamp was beautiful beyond all others, it was liable to throw out clouds of smuts. The PATENT ECLIPSE LAMP has a larger and more perfect name, and is not liable to this accident. Is clear, steady, and softly-shaded light, preserves the strong 8, and assists the weak, which the feeble flickering caudle ua,nages and strains. It is the cheapest of artificial lights, and is so simplified that there Cll be no mistake, and there is no trouble in its management. jjo. 4, equal to the light of 12 candles, cost id. per hour, 21s. 2d, equal to the light of 8 candles, costs id. per hour, 17s. 6d. VT?' e<lllal to the light of 3 candles, burns 12hoursfor Id., 12s.. 6d. Night lamps to bum 80 hours for Id., 4s. 6d. Old Camphine Burners and Pillars, including Palmer's Candle Lamp, altered to this principle at a trifling cost. To bu had only, and seen Burning daily, at William Parnall's Lamp & Chandelier Establishment, 18, CLAIIE-STREET, BRISTOL. No. 1, NELSON TERRACE, CARDIFF. CIIAHLES WAKEFORD, (Late of the Firm of Evans and Wahcford,) Lstter-Press and Copper-Plate Printer, Bookbinder, < Stationer, and Account-Book Manufacturer, MOST respectfully announces to the Gentry, Merchants, .1)1 Tradesmen, and Inhabitants generally of Cardiff and its ity, that he has commenced business as above (until enabled to procure more central premises). Having had much experience In the departments referred to for the last fourteen years, he car. nestly solicits a share of their patronage and it will be his constant to execute work with accuracy, neatness, and despatch, a;- moderate charges. 0, W. will BE happy also to procure BOOKS, MAGAZINES, PEin. URCAR,S, NEWS PAP mis, &c., and will ragard as a favour any Order with which he may be entrusted. March 28, 1849. To be Let, A GOOD LOCK-UP STABLE, with GIG-HOUSE attached, ■X and a Large LOFT above. Apply at No. 1, Nelson Terrace, Cardiff.—March 30, 1819. To be Sold by Private Contract. OXE-SIXTEENTII PAltT or SHARE of the Brig ALICE, of Fishguard, now lying at iMillord. ply to Mr. THOMAS LIS WIS,. Solicitor, Navbertlv, Wanted a Nurse in a Respectable Family. PPLY, by letter, toZ. A., at the PRINCIPALITY Office WARD'S LARaE AND NMW STOCK OF PAPER-HANGINGS HAS JUST COME TO HAND FOR THE PRESENT SEASON CONSISTING of 8000 PIECES of the most elegant DESIGNS that can be brought before the Public in FRENCH' CHINESE, INDIAN, and ENGLISH tastes and designs, of the most superb patterns that can be produced, greatly surpassing any ha has before had. Also, elegant sets of patterns representing Stag Hunting, Italian Boys, and various other subjects, so admirably executed as to obtain the Prize awarded by PRINCE ALBERT at the Society for the Promotion of Arts and Commerce. as to obtain the Prize awarded by PLUNGE ALBERT at the Society for the Promotion of Arts and Commerce. J. W., in returning thanks to his numerous supporters, not forgetting the Trade, for the very liberal patronage they have been pleased 11 C e to favour him with, begs to inform them that he has this season nearly doubled that of the last! for the express purpose of procuring them at such remarkably low prices as to enable him to render them as low as any House in the Kingdom, as well as to have that great variety which cannot fail to please every taste. Splendid Crimson Flocks as low as 5s. 6d. per piece. LIST OF PRICES AS FOLLOWS: ;E s. d. Rich Crimsnn Flock I)e)- piece 0 5 6 All Crimson, imitation ditto 0 3 6 Ditto Glazed, ditto. 0 4 0 Rich skitia Watere(I ditto (L 210 Ditto Ditto I 1 0 2 0 Elegant Drawing-room Paper 0 1 6 Dining-room, Crimson and 0alc .0 2 0 V cry good ditto. n 0 1 8 | • £ d. Parlour Paper ;(last year 2s. Gd.) .perpiece 0 16 Library Paper; ii 0 14 Goodaiid Bed-rouni 0 1 0 ,.Yerysuperiot,: "> ',yo' .G..L.a. Becl-i-oom. 0 0 8 Ditto 0 0 7 Ditto 0 0 6 Ditto 004 The Proprietor wishes to inform his-Customers, that ho undertakes to Paint aadPaper Houses by Estimate or Admeasurement war- ranting to give satisfaction to all Parties who will be kind enough to favour him. The Trade supplied at 5 per Cent. on anv amount over £ 5. Patterns, free of charge, sent to any part of the Country upon application. All Papers marked in plain figures, and no abate- ment whatever. J. W. begs to state that, in compliance with the wishes of several Ladies and Gentlemen in this Neighbourhood, he shall henceforth keep a regular supply of PIANO-FORTES, both for Sale and to Let out on Hire, of first-rate Instruments, by Collard, Broad wood, and Metzler, and has by him now some very superior Instruments. Among the many novel articles now on hand 'is the PATENT DOWN QUILT, adapted for a Large Bed, and so constructed as to make a beautiful Chair or Softy Pillow; the PRINCE of WALtflS'S EASY CHAIR, which is not only elegant in its appearance, but is considered to be the most comfortable yet invented Patent Rising Dressing-Glass; Patent Night Commode; Smea's Patent Reading Stand; Drawing-room Table Book-Stand; Angola Hearth-Rugs; Sliding Hearth-Brush together with a very great variety of fancy Drawing- (too, Chairs, of quite a New Style, elegant Dressing- Glasses with Marble Slabs, from E2 up to zEG 6s. with a variety of other new things. The Proprietor wishes to call particular attention to his large and elegant assortment of CARPETINGS and HEARTH-RUGS, of every description, the patterns and quality of which cannot fail to meet the approbation of all who may be pleased to favour him with an inspection; 47 quite new Patterns of Brussels, just struck off the blocks, very superior quality, 3s. 6d. per yard, regularly sold at 4s. Gd. per yard the very best that can be manufactured for money, at 4s. 6d, per yard Dutch Carpets, in all widths, and quite a new class of Patterns, of the very best quality; Kidderminsters and Druggetings; Linen Crumb Cloths, in great variety, at equally low prices. J. W. takes this opportunity of bringing before the Public his List of CABINET and UPHOLSTERING GOODS, &c., &c., now on hand and feeling confident, from the great success that he has met with, that the attention so called will not be in vain, being assured that his Goods are of such a general character as cannot fail to suit all parties, having on hand a very large assortment of first- quality Goods, together with every description of Common Furniture. Marqueterie Drawing-Room Furniture. The Sutherland Work Tihle, forming Card 1". Table, with Chess, Cabbage, Backgam- mon, Work-box, and a new shaped Bag Loo Tables Occasional Tables The Elizabethan Star Table The Bell Table, with rich inlay Twelve Fancy AVork Tables, all beautiful I Marqueterie Papier-Mache Drawing-Room Furniture. Most elegant Landscape Tables Circular Tables, pearl and gold chess tops Ditto, sizes smaller, with groups of flowers Fitted-up Ladies' Work Tables Handsome Fire Screens, pearl and gold Pearl Indian Sunk Tables Indian Banister Chair, pearl and gold I Gondola Chairs, pearl and gold Ditto Patent Alberts, flowered, pearl I and gold ) Ditto Yoke, pearl and gold Rosewood Drawing-Room Furniture. Four-feet Rosewood Loo Tables, £5 5s. Pair ditto Card-tables to match, 1:6 6s. Ten different-style Easy Chairs, Cabriole feet and arms, jE:2 10s. upwards Elizabethan Pillows, marqueterie tops New-style Cylinder Cheffioiieer Ditto, plain New Fitted-up Fancy Bell Table Chess-top Tables Ditto, brass mounted Handsome Cut lire Screens Ditto, plain Cabriole Settees, perforated back and spin- dle, quite new Double-end Settee, in Cabriole, quito new Ditto, ditto, Single-end, varying ill tityle Elizabethan Ottoman Ditto, Carved Ottoman Music Stools fancy Occasional Tables Different-style fancy Work Tables French Chairs, large and small Different-style solid Rosewood Chairs A large assoitment of Drawing-room Fancy Chairs Mahogany Furniture. Cabriole Marble-top Wash-stands, in va- rious sizes New style Cylinder Cheffioneers Four-feet solid Loo Tables, polished, JE3 19s. Three-feet six Loo Tables, 1:2 19s. Hair-bottom Chairs, each lbs. 6d. Cheffioneeis £ 3 10s. Sideboards, Telescope Tables, Dining and Pembroke Tables New Style Dining-room Chairs, yoke back Library ditto Spanish Mahogany Hall Chairs, Cabriole feet, moulded back Hall Chairs; ditto, ditto, carved back xMahogany Umbrella Stands, extending arms Ditto, ditto, no arms Portable Easy Chairs Chinrioek's Patent Easy Chair A large assortment of Easy Chairs, newest styles Patent Easy Chairs, of different styles An Assortment of Sofas and Couches, in different styles Four-post, Half-Testor, French, and other Bedsteads, in various styles; iljiogany Wardrobes Tent Bedsteads, from IG.; Mahor.ay-bot- tom Chair, Is. 6a. Beaufets and Corner Cupboards Chests of Drawers, new styles, painted ditto Washstands and Dressing-tables, 7iia),iogaiiy and painted ° Ditto, Mahogany, Marble-tops A large assortment of Bedroom Chairs Cane Swing Cots; Mahogany-cuue Table Chairs Plain Cane Table Chairs Mahogany Marble-top Wash and Chamber- stands New-style Painted Washstands Room Screens and Chairs Back Fire Screens Bedsteps, forming Commode and Cupboard Ditto, Steps and Commode Ditto, Commode Mahogany aud Painted Chamber Horses Ottoman Bedstead, forming Easy Chair, Couth, Ottoman, and Bedstead Feather-beds: Milpuff ditto Hair, Wool, and Milpuff mattresses Chiintie,y,anct Dressing Glasses, various styles Patent Rising Dressing-Glass New Patent Night Commode Smea's Patent Reading Stand Drawing-room Table Book-stand Gold and Plain Embossed Leather, for Doors New Toilet Table, with fixed drawers and glass, allowed to be one of the first arti- cles in the trade &c. &c. &c. Various Articles. Silk and Worsted Gimps Cords and Tassels for Couches, Ottomans, Pillows, or Chairs, in great variety of colours Ladies' Skeleton Bags, for Berlin Work; also, a Fancy Embossed Velvet German and Russian Bags, in variousjpat- terns Angola Hearth-rugs, 6 ft. by 3 ft. The Patent Drawing-room Sliding Hearth- brush Embossed Velvet, in various colours Superfine Cloth, scarlet and black, crimson and black, any size, for Table Cloths Papier-mache Table Mats and Potters Indian-grass ditto and Doilers Quite a new assortment of Berlin Patterns, Wools, Purse Silks, Knitting and Crotchet Books, Coloured and White Boar's-head Cottons, and every other article belonging to the same department, just come to hand A large assortment of Patent Carpet Bags, double lock, andaddress can be lockedm- side of the lock A variety of the Patent Leather and Brussels Carpet Bags Carpet Bags, from 4s. up to 17s. each. A niee assortnicllt of Velvet Carpet Hassocks Ditto, Brussels Ditto; Comlllon Ladies' Carriage Carpet & Wool Feet-Muffs Crimson Druggcting ditto; crimson and grey A large Stock of Druggeting,. plain "and printed Variety of Dutch Carpeting A large assortment of Kidderminster Carpets Yard, §, aud 4 Yard Carpeting A large assortment of Giraffe Damasks, qute new. Ditto, mixed with Silk Laplaiid Itugs Ditto, Fancy Work ditto, Plain colour Hearth-rugs and Door-rugs Cornice Fringes and Bell Pulls, of various prices Oil Cloths, from three yards wide down to half-yard White Marble Oil Cloth, expressly for wash- stand tops Ditto, Rosewood, Mahogany, Gold, and Claret, best good Ditto, Common, of various patterns Cocoa Matting; ditto Manilla; ditto In- dian ligurect; ditto plain ditto Dutch Foot-stools; Camp-stools Brass and Mahogany Window Poles and Ends Musical Pictures American Chairs Slipper Stands Ladies' Work-frames Eight-day Timepiece, remarkably low Common Goods, of all kinds, at remarkably low prices A large assortment of English and Foreign Fancy Toys Fancy Cabinet Goods, such as Tea-Caddies, Work-Boxes, Desks, Net- ting and Glove Boxes, &c., &c., &c., of the latest designs. The Proprietor also begs to inform his numerous supporters that h vis appointed by W. SMEA and SON, Sole Agent in Wales for that valuable article called the FRENCH POLISH PRESERVER, which.preserves and hardens the Polish, keeping up that beautiful brilliancy which is so much desired, and can be made use of by any servant with the greatest ease; in bottles, Is. ad. and 2s. 6-1. each. J. W. wishes to inform the Trade that he has on hand a large assortment of the following VENEERS for sale:—Mahogany, Rosewood, Maple, and'Satin Wood and intends keeping-a regular supply for the, convenience of parties on the Hills, saving them the expense of going to Bristol for such things, intending to sell at Bristol prices. Also, Mahogany Boards of various thicknesses on Sale. J. W. begs to inform the Inhabitants of this Neighbourhood, that in compliance with the desire of several parties, he, for the future, will be an HOUSE AGENT, and shall be most happy in receiving instructions from any parties, cither to procure or let Houses for the same. J. W. begs to call the attention of the inhabitants of Aberdare, Merthvr, Dowlais, and their respective Neighbourhoods, to his Establishment, being assured that they will effect a saving of about Ii) per cent., together with the advantage of selecting from a general assortment. A larg3 Assortment of Angola Wool Rugs, of various Colours, just eonie to nana. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, AND NO ABATEMENT. Duke-street, Cardiff, 7th March, 1849. TO GROCERS AND TALIX) \Y-C EI AN DL ERS. I A MOST favourable ol)portilliitv -and of rare occurrence, for A Embarking ia jJUSillS. TO BE LET, with immediate Possession, a House, Shop, Chandling' House, and Store Souses, with all other necessary conveniences, situated in a tiourishing and rapidly rising town in South Wales. The shop is adjacent to the market-place", in one of the principal streets of thoroughfare. A good ready-money trade has been carried on for many years by the present proprietor. Satisfactory reasons will be given for resign- ing. The shop, fixtures, and chandling utensiis to be taken at a valuation, and a lvase of twenty-one years granted if required. Application by letter, post-paid, T. II., care of the Editor. TO PARENTS AND GUAROIANS. A' WANTED a RESPECTABLE and WKLL-EDUCATED YOUTH as an APPRENTICE to the Business of Chemist and Druggist. Chsmist and Druggist. ag One Who is well conversant with the Welsh and English languages would be preferred. For further particulars, apply to ROBERT HARRISON, Chemist and Druggist, Dowlais. March 22, 1849. An In-Door Apprentice Wanted. APPLY to HENRY J. MADGE, General Grocer and Tea- Dealer, High-street, Swansea. March 22, 1849. to XssistaktsT" WANTED immediately, TWO RESPECTABLE YOUNG MEN, well acquainted .with the business. Apply (stating acre, reference, and salary) to Mr. THOMAS PRICE, Waterloo House, Merdiyr. ■- /• CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE of VALUABLE LIVE STOCK, Ctt.011, IMPLEMENTS of HUS- BANDRY, DAIRY UTENSILS, IIUXTERS, GIG and HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPORTING DOGs, GUNS, &c., &c. Mil GEORGE GOOPE HAS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL, WITHOUT RESERVE, At PAUXE, in the Parish of ILEITLLAN, oil Wednesday, tlte Wt day of April, 1849, ALL the VALUABLE LIVE STOCK, CROP, Implements of Husbandry, HUNTERS, capital Pony, Gig a.id Harness, Guns, Sporting Dogs, &c., the property of the late Nathaniel Row- lands, Esq., deceased. The Stock consis s of eight capital milch cows, some of which have calves-at'their feet, and the others are forward in calf, one two-year oldi bull, two two-year old in-calf heifers, two ycarlin* steers, four stter calves, and two heifer calves, all of the pure black or Gastlcmartfa breed, four excellent work horses, one very supe- rior I'.ob, an excellent hack, and goes well i.i harness, a superior chesnut honso, an excellent hunter and a good roadster, a.so a par- tieularly clevr brown gelding, five years old, a and a superior harness norse, fifteen heep and lambs, a goodcyoss a, between the-Leicester and Southdown breeds, a capital brood sow, and poultry, ike. The Implements of HlIsbamlr y consist of carts, sloughs, harrows, roller, e:ialf cutter, wiallowillg" feu, &(, &-e., A large quantity of seasonjd timber, for agricultural and other purposes. lilt Ciopj which is particularly well h;irvested, consists of two butts of hay,a stack of excellent wheat, two ditto of barlev, and one of oats; aUo a large quantity of oats in store; together with the Dairy Utensils, scales, weights, &c., &c. A capital gig tiud harness, nearly new, several saddles and bridles, hor.>o clothing, ■, three double-barrel guns, one single ditto, several first-rate setters and pointers, and foar excellent spaniels. The sale to commence at eleven o'clock. —Long credit will be 1; given on approved security. Caruiarxheiij Miu'cli 11, 1.8* 4 ELIGIBLE FA EM Si GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO be LET, from 25th MARCH, 1849, all those TWO FARMS, known as Ynisaxwed Demesne and Blaengarwed, situate in and near to the Vale of Neath, five miles from the market town of Neath, and 13 nliles"froiii Swansea; containing together 420A. Olt. 26r., of which above 125 Acres are fine alluvial vale land (Arable, Meadow, and Pasture), of the richest quality, and the remainder good Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land, and Mountain Sheepwalk. The Dwelling-house, Offices, and Farm buildings (this being the Demesne Farm of the Estate) are 01 a very superior description, suitable for a gentleman's establishment, The mail road from Neath to Merthvr, and the Vale of Neath Canal paw through, and the Vale of Neath Railway (now beiog constructed) will pass close by the property, affording every facility for the transit of manure and produce. The Tithes are very moderate, averaging about Is. per Acre, and fuel and lime for manure ehenp. Rent, JE222. All that FARM called BLAENNANT, situate near to the abore, containing 2(>4A. ZIt. 4F. of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, and Mountain Sheepwalk, now in the occupation of John Ho >kui, te nvit. Tithe £ 4 Rent,. £ o0. LLWYNLLANK FARM, situate near to the above, in the Dy- lais Valley, containing 98A. 3R. 19P. of capital Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, no v in the occupation of John Jenkiii, tenant. Titlie, 1:2 12s. 9d.; Rent, £ 33. LLETTYMAWR FARM, situate on the South side of the Nenth Valley, and only three miles from Neath, containing 42A. OR. 11'. of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, now In the occu- pation of Griffith Hughes, tenant. Tithe, f2 6s. lOd.; Rent, NANTYGWIN and PWLLFA WATKIN FARMS, in the occupation of John Phillip, and Henry John, tenants, situate in Cwm Amman, in the Parish of Llangevelaeh, two miles from the Llanolly Railway, and ten miles from Swansea; containing together 196A. 3n. 6P. of good Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land", with, an extensive Right of Common on the adjoining common. Tidie £ 6 7s.: Rent, £ 80. PENYRESKIR and TYNYBERTH FARMS, situate in the parish of Llanqevelach, near to the last-mentioned farms, in the occupation of William Evans, and John Howells, tenants contain- ing together 88A. 31L 27P of excellent Arabic, Meadow, and Pas- ture Land, with an extensive Right of Common on the adjoining common. Tithe, jEo Os. 9d.; Rent, E70. LYGOS or LUGOS FARM, in the parish of Llangevelaeh, near to the last-mentioned fanns, in the occupation of Evan Evans, tenant; containing 3-JA. Oit. 38P. of capi tal Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Lan l, with an extensive Right of Common on the adjoining common. Tithe, £ 1 19s.; Rent, £ 2o. YSCIACIi UCHA and YSCIACH ISSA FARMS, iu the parish of Llangevelteli, five riiiles fi-o Morriston, and eight miles from Swansea, in the occupation of Thomas Jones, tenant; con- taining together 86A. 2LI. :3:¿r. of capital Arable, Meadow, im It Pasture Land, with an extensive Right of Cmnmon on the adjoin- ing common. Tithe, E5 7s. lid.; ltent, £60. HENDREGARREG FARM, ill the parish of Glyncorrwg, in the South of the Vale of N, ath, containing 394A. OR. 17P. of good Arable, Pasture, Meadow, and Mountain Sheepwalk.-Tithe, £ 3 6s. 2d Rent, £ 40. A large sum of money has, within the last few years, been laid out in repairs and improvements on the above Farms. The neighbouring markets arc amongst the best in the kingdom, owing to the large demand caused by the surrounding works. Application to be male to W. J. BROWNE, Esq., Ferrywdts, near CarnUtrthcn; ALEX. CCTHBKRTSON, Esq., Neath; or Mr. LWWIS GRIFFITHS, Land-Agent, Ynisygcrwn, near Neath. _-+- -+- -+- rg! WHITE respectfully announces that he has ju<t returned from LONDON with an assortment of SPRING GOODS, coiisisting of French and Paisley Shawls, a Variety of R >bes, and other Fashionable Materials for Ladies'' Dresses,"Straw Bonnets, Ribands, Flowers, &c. Also Mantle*, and Children's Dresses, which will be ready for inspection tin. Tuesday next. N.B.—WEDDING OUTFITS. FAMILY MOURNING.—FUNERALS FURNISHED. THE SCIENCE OF WASHING. OW READY, an elegant little Brochure, in a sealed Envelope. 1,i t'u 1! 1> beautifully printed in gold and colors, HARPER TWELYE- TREES celebrated Copyright PAMPHLET, containing improved Directions for e Accomplishing a Family's Six-Weeks' Wash before Breakfast, for less than Sixpence, without a Washerwoman. Mav be had at all the Berlin VVool Shops, and of every Bookseller in the kingdom for 2s. 6d., or of HARPER TWKLVKTRKES, Publisher, 14, New Mulmaa-street, Foundling, London, for 31 stamps and a directed envelope. None are Genuine without the Gold Cover and Proprietor's name. See all the leading Journals in the Kingdom for Testimonials. STI VENS'S ORIGINAL GREEN GINGER WINE. MANUFACTORY—TEMPLE-STREET, BRISTOL. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS—BARGE-YARD, LOXJjO HENRY & DUKE-STREETS, LIVERPOOL. TOHN STIYENS and CO. beg respectfully to inform the public that their original GREEN GINGER WINE is in the hij.-fc* est state of perfection, and especially adapted for tiiis season of the year; irs excellence is so well known, and so justly appreciated, that comment is unnecessary. Amongst the yarÎety of Stivens's Wines, there are many so nearly resembling the foreign (withowt their spirituous character), that they are highly recommended ii-S it, safe beverage for children, or weak, debilitated "constitutions. J. S. and Co. would particularly call attention to their ('(!F brated ORANGE TONIC. This cordial, combining all the medicinal properties of a fine toviir, possesses the rich and beautiful flavour of the Seviiie Orunre. ren- dering it a pleasant and agreeable beverage, at the same tiuieaflWt.- ing a healthy and vigorous tone to the whole system. N.B.—The UNIVERSAL SAUCE, lately .introducedbyMessrs Stivens and Co., is now the popular sauce of the day. Ah Pici<ii « manufactured at their establishments are -prepared entirely wilti Mult Vinegar, and families may he fully satisfied that all cheink.«I •plocess is as strictly avoided as if prepared by themselves. Maybe obtained oi'.most respectable chemists, oilmen, and gro- cers throughout the kingdom. NORMAL COLLEGE FOR WALLS. TO BUILDERS.—Parties desirous of Contracting for the Erection of the NORMAL COLLEGE FOR WALES, at, Erection of the NORMAL COLLEGE FOR WALES, <.It. o w ANSEA, may see the drawings and specifications, on and after the 2nd day of April next, at the offices of Messrs. atg. GINGELL, Architects, Saint Werburgbs Chambers, Bristol; ard copies of the same at the residence of Mr. BUCKLAND, Honorary Secretary, Adelaide-place, Swansea, to whom tenders are to be delivercd, sealed and endorsed, on or before the 30th day ox the said month. The Committee does not pledge itself to accept the lowest tender. [ADVIAMSKMENT.J HISTORY AND.PROGRESS OF TAXATION.— One of the most important publications ever issued. Ou S.VllllDAY, MARCH 31, 1849 (to morrow), will. be presented a Supplement to the STANDARD OF FREEDOM, uniform in si-te with that journal, comprising thirty-two columns of closely- punted matter, which will at one view demonstrate the necessity ot an immediate and thorough Financial Reform. The History and Progress of Taxation will be developed in its relation to l4 THE CROWN AND ARISTOCRACY—2ndly. TIIE PEOPLE—Srdlv THE EXECUTIVE—idxly. THE ARMY. AND NAVY—othly THS: DIPLOMATIC STAPF.6thly. THE NATIONAL DEBT—7thly. SINE- CURES^ PENSIONS, AND HETIRING SALARIES and—Sthlv. TO LOCAL TAXATION. It is ill tended thus to exhibit to the nation in one striking view, the wonderful GROWTH of TAXATION in Grea4, Britain from its simple and necessary scale to its present exor- Intant and ruinous excess. The STANDARD OF FREEDOM is onè ol die largest papers allowed by law. Price od. or 5s 5d t>e* quarter, lo prevent disappointment, as the applications IK very numerous from all parts of the kingdom,; order vitku* ueiay at the i.earest News vender in town or country-.