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EMIGRATION. T) RISTOL to NEW YORK.—To follow the 13 J A VA, the Splendid new Fast-sailing Barque ISmMm DEVONIA, A.I. 900 Tens Burthen, RICHARD HEARD, Jun. Commander. To sail from BRISTOL on the 25th APRIL. This ship's 'tween decks are admirably adapted for Passengers, being SEVEN FEET IN HEIGHT, and will be fitted up with every tonvenicnee calculated to promote the health and comfort of emi- grants. She has also a spacious cabin, where several families can be accommodated. Parties about to emigrate will do well to secure berths immediately.. No charge for Passengers' luggage. For further information, apply to MARK WHIT WILL, Licensed Passenger Broker, Middle Avenue, Queen Square. Bristol, 4th April, 1849. EMIGRATION. IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA—UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.—For Sale, 120,000 Acres of FREEHOLD LANDS, in IRWIN 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 and twenty miles, and at an elevation of four hundred feet above it level; -free from swamps, climate salubrious and healthy, distant from England eighteen or twenty days' sail. They are bouuded by the Navigable Rivers, the Flint, and the Ocmulgee. A railroad, two-thirds finished, passes through the lands, which will connect both these rivers.—Vessels sail nearly every Week from Liverpool to Savanna or Charleston. Passage to either City from £ 3 to 1:4 per head;—From Charleston and Savanna, the Lands are reached by either Coach, Waggon, or Steam-boat.—Every information may be obtained relative to the above, &c. from RICHARD KEILY, !!q., No. 1, Royal Exchange Building, London. ENIIGRA TION. J" H EWINS, ARCHITECT, EMIGRATION, and GENERAL AGENT, ABERGAVENNY, Land in America and South Australia to Sell or Rent on very low Terms. FREE PASSAGES TO THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, *nd Free Grants of 20 Acres of Land to Emigrants, approved of by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners. Passages secured to all parts of the World, on the most moderate and certain principles. ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE, -NTEW-ILOAD, ABER- • AVEKNY. IMPO RTANT ANN O'Ui ',I E N T. NJW SELLING OFF, AT a very great reduction, all the immense and well-selected STOCK of London and Paris Hats, Caps, and Umbrellas, Belonging to D. RICHARDS, 74, St. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. This being the largest Stock of the above Goods in the town (nearly the whole of which has been manufactured within the last three months), the present opportunity offers peculiar advantages to those who wish to purchase an article of first-rate style and quality at a" very low price. LONDON AND PARIS HAT EMPORIUM, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. JOHN WILLIAMS AND Co. BESPECTFULLY acquaint the inhabitants of Cardiff and the surrounding country, that they have just received their rust Lot of Spring Hats, which will be found the Largest and most Fashionable Stock of the kind in Wales. J. W. and Co. take this opportunity to return their thanks for the very liberal support they have received, and beg to state that they are enabled, owing to their extensive trade, to fix such prices as no House in the Kingdom can surpass. French Hats 3s. 3d. Do. Fine 4 0 Do. Superior 5 6 Do. Satin Nap 6 6 Do. Superior. 80 Do. Superfine 9 6 Do. Velvet Nap 10 6 Do. Superior 12 0 Do. Superfine 13 0 Beaver and Coth Hats from 3s. 3d. to 14s. I CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS IN EVERY VARIETY. -ice "I The Lowest Price asked. OBSERVE !—EAST SIDE OF THE TOWN-IIALE. Travelling Accommodation between Aberdare and Swansea. 4 CAR for the conveyance of PASSENGERS, will leave the HORSE AND GROOM, INN, ABERDARE, on Mondays aud Thursdays, the 23rd and 26th days of April, returning Tues- days and Fridays successively. T-3\ T"6 EGULAR TRADER from LONDON to CAR- JSiV | DIFF, NEWPORT, &c. —The SCHOONER GRATITUDE, D. JONES, MASTER, is now LOADING at Cotton's Wharf, Tooley-street, London, for Cardiff, -Newport, Merthyr, Dowlais, Aberdare, Abergavenny, Brecon, Monmouth, Pontypool, Cow- bridge, Bridgend, and places adjacent, and Will Sail Positively on Thursday, April 26, 1849. For Freight, &c., apply to the Master on Board; fr. RICHARD BURTON, Wharfinger, Newport; Mr. THOMAS RICHARDS, Abergavenny Messrs. PROSSER and CO., Brecon; Messrs. J. H. and G. SCOVELL, Cotton's Wharf, London;, or to Mr. W. BIRD, Duke-street, Cardiff. April 11th, 1849. No. 1, NELSON TERRACE, CARDIFF. CHARLES WAKEF0RD, (Late of the Firm of Evans and Wakeford,) Letter-Press and Copper-Plate Printer, Bookbinder" Stationer, and Account-Book Manufacturer, "1 T O ST respectfully announces to the Gentry, Merchants, JY| Tradesmen, aud Inhabitants generally of Cardiff and its vioiuity, 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 ear- nestly solicits a share of their patronage and it will be his constant endeavour to execute work with accuracy, neatness, and despatch, at moderate charges. C. W. will be happy also to procure BOOKS, MAGAZINES, PERI- ODICALS, NEWSPAPERS, &c., and will regard as a favour any order with which he may be entrusted. March 28, 1849 TOWN OF CARDIFF. To fee Sold by Auction, by Mr. Mask Marks, On Tuesday, the 24tA day of Aprilt 1349, and following days, >|AHE WHOLE of, the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, JL Forfeited 'Pledges, Stock in Trade, Shop Fixtures, and other etiects, the property of Mr. Silas Phillips, 15, Duke-street, who is declining business and leaving the neighborhood. For particu ars see handbills, April 13, 1849.. ANGEL STREET, CARDIFF. DANIEL EVANS, TAILOR AND DRAPER, (From Crur Lewis's, Hanover-square, London,) BEGS most respectfully to return his sincere and grateful thanks to the numerous Friends that have patronised him since his commencement in the above line, and to inform them that he has just come to hand a most Splendid Assortment of Goods well adapted for the Spring Trade. Further, he would most respectfully inforlll the Public, and those Gentlemen in particular who have been in the habit of having their Orders executed from home, that he would ensure them that precision and elegance in Fitting, combined with moderate Charges, that will, he trusts, give him a claim on the Patronage of a generous and discerning Public. April 12th, 1849. POTATOES UJjk TTTST ARRIVED.-A PRIME CARGO of GUERNSEY PURPLE POTATOES, well adapted for Seed or -4 Domestic use. Orders thankfully received and executed by WILLIAM HANCOCK, at his Warehouse, near the Wharf Bridge. WSSsSsIsik Cardiff, April 12th, 1849. TOWN OF CARDIFF. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT for CAPITALISTS.—SALE of E LEASEHOLD HOUSES, in the one of most thriving loca- lities and greatest thoroughfares in the town. MR. MARKS HAS THE HONOUR TO INFORM THE PUBLIC, THAT HE WILL Submit for Competition by Public Auction, at the ALBION INN, BUTE-STREET, on MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1849, subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced, all those Three Substantial Well-Built Houses, Nos. 47, 48, and 49, situate North-East end of Bute-street, held under a lease of 99 years, 77 of which are unexpired, at a ground- rent of only Is. per foot, the present very low rental producing jEM per annum. No. 47, Shop,. Parlour, Two Front Bedrooms, One Back ditto, Kitchen, Back ditto, Two Garrets, Yard, Garden, Pump, and all conveniences. No. 48, Shop, Parlour, Kitchen, Back ditto, Two Front Bed-' rooms, One Back ditto, Two Garrets, Yard, Garden, Pump, and Carpenter's Shop at the back, producing a rental of 1:7 per annum. No. 49 contains Two Parlours, Kitchen, Back ditto, Two Front Bedrooms, One Back ditto, Two Garrets, Yard, Garden, and Pump. The frontage of each house is near 20 feet-depth, near 100 feet, and capable of vast improvements at the back of the Premises for Stores, being so contiguous to the Docks, and convenient for Shipments; the whole forming one of the most advantageous opportunities that can possibly be offered in the town for investment of capital.. Sale to commence precisely at three o'clock. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT. PEMBROKESHIRE. i To be Sold by Auction, by Mr. Walter Reynolds, AT THE SALUTATION INN, HAVERFORDWEST, On SATURDAY, the 5th day of MAY next, between the hours of One and Two in the Afternoon (subject to the conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced), ALL the valuable FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, TENEMENT, and LANDS, called Landersliook, situate in the Parish of Spittal, IN THE COUNTY OF PEMBROKE, and now occupied by Mr. William Pride, as tenant thereof under a. lease for the term of Three Years, commencing from the 2oth daj of March, 1848, but deteriainable at the end of the tirst two at tho yearly rent of sou. since tEe suspension of the Railway Works, and during such suspension only, the landlords have con- sented to accept the reduced rent of £ 35 in lieu of the reserved rent of f- 64. The Dwelling-House is neat and comfortable, and comprises two front and well-finished rooms, with a passage intersecting them, three bedrooms, servants' room, kitchen, cellar, and dairy, with a superior garden well stocked with fruit-trees, remarkable as bearers of the very best sort of fruit. There is an eight-stall stable, with a hay house and loft over it (newly erected with the best of mate- rials), and likewise a hayguard and fold. The fields contain 12 acres (more or less) of very good land, and are plentifully watered. LANLIERSHOOK is five miles from Haverfordwest, and near to the Newport-road, over which a daily post travels, and is within 100 yards of the principal line of the South Wales Railway. To a sportsman or angler, the above estate presents an advantageous in- vestment, as it is in the immediate vicinity of Treftgarne Wood, where two packs of hounds frequently hunt, and within five mi- nutes' walk of the Cleddy river, so much prized for its excellent Salmon and Trout Fisheries. For further particulars apply ta WILLIAM IIIGGON, Esq., Frog- hole, near Spittal or to the Auctioneer; or WILLIAM REES, Soli- citor, Haverfordwest. Haverfordwest, April 5th, 1849. BRITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 37, NEW BRIDGE-STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON. TJEPORT presented to the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, at RAP-LEY'S HOTEL, NEW BRIDGE-STRKET, BLACKFRIARS, on Tuesday, February 27,1849:— THE Directors have the pleasure to inform the Members that the following Policies have been executed during the last year- General Life Assurances. 404 for £ 63,137 Investment Assurances. 484 34,227 Total 888 zC97,364 The average number of Policies executed monthly during the fourteen months which elapsed from the commencement of tho Company's operations up to the last Annual Meeting was 42, During the last twelve months the monthly average of Policies win executed has been 74, showing an increase both gratifying and en- couraging as to. the future prospects of the Company, In addition to these Policies, proposals for Life Assurances have been received, some of which are in progress of completion, and others have been declined from various causes, the Directors, while desirous to extend the progress of the Company, being still more solicitous that such extension should be perfectly safe. The whole iiumber of Policies executed during the twenty-six months' of the Company's operations has been :— General Life Assurances. 737 for E121,780 linestment Assurances 744 50,937 [ 1,481 E172,717 L One death has oeeurrsd during the year, making a claim on the Company's funds to the extent of £ 100. j: The increasing income of the Company has enabled the Direc- f tors to pay off iie- i-ly one-half the sum advanced at the commence- ment of the Company to aid its establishment. An -arrangement has been made with the Directors of the British Empire Mutual Fire Assuiance Society, for dividing the rent and olnce charges between the two institutions, by which t 1; expenses of carrying on the business of this Company will be mate- rially diminished." On the motion of James Blaeket. Esq., seconded by the Rev. William Underwood, of Paddington, it was unanimously re- solved ;— That this Report be received and adopted." W. S. GOVER, Actuary and Secretary. AGENTS IN WALES. Aberclarc.-Rev. Thomas Price. Abergavenny.—Thomas Tomkins, Vietoria-stree Bridgend.—J. D. Williams.. V Cardiff.-George Sully, 1, Bute-street. Carmarthen.—James Brown, Schoolmaster.- Haverfordwest.—William Marychurch, Kby.—'William Biddle, Market-place. Merthyr.—William. -Nfoi-ri,,i, CzLcl)arityNVyll.. Milford Haven.—John Merritt, Chemist. Moid.—-T. Jones, Cefil-y-Gader. Narberth.—Joseph Davies. v j- Neath.—Rev. J. Matthews, Eastgate-terrace. Newport.-J. H. Piiillips, 2, Charles-street. Pontypool.—Henry Hughes, Bookseller, Commercial-street. St. David's.—W, Williams, Commercial Hotel. Swattsea.-T-Ecy,G, P. Evans, 8, Nelson-place., i, i T OANS ON DEBENTURES.—The DIRECTORS of this I J COMPANY are prepared to receive (under the powers of their Act of Parliament) TENDERS of LOANS of MONEY, on security of DFiBENTURES. Tenders, stating amount and term of years of proposed Loans, to be addressed to the undersigned, Hy Order, N. ARMSTRONG, Secretary. South Wales Railway Office, 449, West Strand, London, March 21, 1849. SOUTH WALES VIA I I.TTY. IGHTII CALL jM per SHARE; making E38 P AID.- i i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that, pursuant to a Resolution of the BOARD of DIRECTORS, the PROPRIE- TORS of SHARES in this COMPANY are required to pay the NINTH INSTALMENT of £5 per Share, on or before the 11th of May next, to any of the undermentioned Bankers:— LONDON.—Messrs. Glyn, Halifax, Mills, and Co. LIVERPOOL.—The Bank of Liverpool, MANCHESTER.—Messrs. Loyd, Entwisle, and Co. GLOUCESTER. Ihe Gloucestershire Banking Company. BRISTOL and EXETER.—The West of England and South Wales Bank. CARDIFF.—National ProvinciaIXank of England. CARMARTHEN Messrs. David Morris and Sons. SWANSEA. Glamorganshire Banking Company. All Calls not paid on or before the 11th May next, will be charged with interest at the rate of 5 pt r cent. per annum; and no interest shall be payable to any proprietor upon any amounts which he may have paid up, or which may have been paid up on any Shares, so long as any Call shall remain unpaid upon any shares held by him. By Order, N. ARMSTRONG, Secretary. South Wales Railway Office, 449, West Strand, London, April Ilth, 1849. TAEF YALE "^RAILWAY. Alteration of Passenger Traiix3. ON and after TUESDAY, MAY 1st, 1849, the TIMES of DEPARTURE of the PASSENGER TRAINS will be as fallows, until further notice :— FROM CARDIFF TO MERTHYR AND ABERDARE. WEEK- DAYS. At 9h. 30m., Morning i- 211. 45m., and 6h. Om., Afternoon. SUNDAYS. At 9h. 30m., Morning ;-and5h. Om., Afternoon. FROM MERTHYR TO CARDIFF. WEEK DAYS. At 7h. 30m., Morning;—lh. Om., and 4h. 10m.. Afternoon. SUNDAYS. At 7h. 30m., 110ruing ;-and 3h. 10m., Afternoon. FROM MERTHYR TO ABERDARE. WEEK DAYS. At 7h. 30m., Morning ;—and 4h. 10m., Afternoon. SUNDAYS. At 7h. 30m., Morning;—and 3h. 10m., Afternoon. FROM ABERDARE TO CARDIFF. WEEK DAYS. At 7h. 25m., Morning ;Ili. Om., and 4h. 10m., Afternoon. SUNDAYS. At 7h. 25m., Morning ;—and ali. 10m., Afternoon. FROM ABERDARE TO MERTHYR. WEEK DAYS. At 9h. 40m., Morning;—and 6h. 18m., Afternoon. SUNDAYS. At 9h. 40m., Morning;—and 5h. 18m., Afternoon. Fwither particulars may be obtained by applying at any of the Stations. By Order, GEORGE FISHER, Cardiff, April 12th, 1849. General Superintendent. TO PARENTS AND GUAUDlANs! WANTED » STRONG ACTIVE BOY, »r mic«rBtionabio character, from 15 to 16 years old, as an Apprentice to the Grocery Business in Cardiff. He must be conversant with the Welsh and English Languages, and will be treated as one of the Family. A MODERATE PREMIUM REQUIRED. Apply to the Editor of this Paper. ELIZA COOK'S JOURNAL. ON SATURDAY, MAY the 5th, 1849, will be published the first Number of ELIZA COOK'S JOURNAL, a Weekly Periodica], Price Three Halfpence, containing Literary Matter of Information, and Amusement. The aim of this Journal will be to instruct and to pleqse-its Principles, the Advancement of Social Happiness and Mental In- telligence.. Essays a Lid Arguments adapted to general interests and improvements—Reviews of New Works—Biographical Notes- Occasional Articles of I ractical Impoit—-The Fireside Storv-—The Voice of Song breathing in homely Love and Sympathy, and a frequent page for our Young "riends, will form the various fea- tures of the projected Serial, which will be dedicated to all who possess the spirit of progression and love of their kind. Published hy J. O. CLARKE, No. 3, Racquet-court, Fleet-street, where all communications for the Proprietor, and Advertisements for the Monthly Parts, may be forwarded. WA N T E D, by a respectable YOUNG M A N A SITUATION as Clerk or Agent, in any Capaiety. Salary not so much an object as a permanency. The Advertiser is about 24 years of age, and can. procure saÜsÍiwto, y testimonials'as to character, &c. Apply to B. X. A., PRINCIPALITY Office, Cardiff. 11\T f «?t^EC^"ABLE RESIDENCE for 'f SMALL I< AMlLTc, m CARDIFF, or witkin four or five I mnes of it. Apply, by letter, to Griffiths, at the PxuxcirALiTY Office. BRISTOL GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, OFFICE, QUAY, BRISTOL. rgygjj rrtHE following steam vessels are intended t# -L sa^ from Cumberland Basin, Bristol, to r an<^ -rom Cork, Juvcrna and Sabrina Water- ^effl ^"1 ford, Victory and Rose; Tenby, Osprey Mil- jSrejg- ford; Pater, and Haverfordwest, Osprey; Car- marthen, Torridge, direct; Swansea, County and Beresford; Newport, Swift and Usk; Cardiff, Star and l'rince of Wales, as under-mentioned, during APRIL, 1849 :— FROM BRISTOL TO "Z ,-rll § <i ..J = £ >> Za £ "3 te £ APRIL. -g -q -S g « *-3 R ft "S 3 S 'S ^15 Monday 2, £ *5 li pm Tuesday 3 21 pm 2$pm 2i pm 2{ pm & 2.J am pm U r>« Wednesday 4 S S 3 £ pm 3$»* Thuisday. 5 ,8^7 <U am 4J pm 3A pm Friday 6 4^ pm -t^ 5J am 5 ai am Saturday. 7 6 pm •§ -64 am 5| a t> Monday 9. 6 amI 7 am Tuesday .10 am am am am <S « H am 7 am 7-4 am Wednesdayl] Jf*5 7f am 8 am Thursday.12 £ »JH Si am 8 am am Friday 13 9 inn B 9 am am 9 am Wednesdayl] Jf*5 7i am 8 am Thursday.12 Si am 8 am Friday 13 9 inn B 9 am am 9 am Satuiday .14 9 am >■% 9J ami 9 am9.J ami Monday. 1G jioj am ltli.ua- Tuesday .17 12noon 12noon 12noon 12noon 5I3 1 pmj 12110011 I2JXK'. Wednesday 18 o 15 pm lj Thursday. 19 ^-g 3 am| 2| pm 2 pm Friday 20 gi pm to 4 am 3.J pm o Saturday .21 5i pm g 5 am 5 am 5 am Monday .23 £ (; am am Tuesday .21 7 am 7 am 7 am 7 am 7 am 6-i am 7 am Wednesday 25. 3 « 7 ttm 'J qrn Thursday.26 h g SA am S am 8 nm Friday '27| 9 am 9 am win 9am Saturday.28 9S am J 10 am 9J am Monday .30 H 9.J am ll-ain. FOR BRISTOL J "g J I 5 APRIL. g S p "S fc 13 E- g '• A s it £ o Monday 2 nj amlll am Tuesday 3 3 pm am 1 pm 1 pm Wednesday 4 Sg 2 pm 2 pm Thursday. 5 51 am pm 3 \nn Friday 6 G am 6 am 6i am 3-i pm 3J jrni Saturday. 7 7 am 1 am g* 7 am 4;[ pm 4 pm Monday 9 5 amj 5 pm Tuesday .10 8 am gp am 54 ami 6 am Vvednesdaj 11 ip (5 am Thursday.12 bvi§ 9 am 65 am am Friday 13 10 am 10 pm 9 am 4 pm 9 am 7 am 7 am Saturday ■■■ p 10 aru 7] ain 7^ a:n Monday .16 I| 8J am 9 am' luesday. 17 12noon « S 1-2noon IOj am 10<am Wednesdayl 8 12 noon 12iiot*. Thursday. 19- 5 S 34 am 1 pm U pm Friday 20 4 pm 3 pm 10 pm S -r- 4^: am 2 pm 2 pw Saturday.21 5.J am § -'4 am 3 pm 3 pm Monday .23 pm 4^ ptrj Tuesday .24 8 am o £ 8 am 5 am 6 am Yvednesday25 xi s 5J, am 6 ar» Tuursday.26 7 am am am Friday 27 10 am 10 pm 9 am 4 pm £ -3 10 am 7 ami 7 am "••j so 'ssS — *■ —1 Mondav- .30| H 9* am Oh am ■i The FHCBNIX will very shortly be replaced 011 the Carmarthen station with increased facilities for carriage of Goods (see future bills). The whole of the above vessels are fitted np for the convey- ance ofnasscngers and goods.—Female stewards on board. Carriages and horses shipped with care.—Horses and carriages tê- be shipped two hours before sailing. Particulars may be obtained by applying at the Bristol Stcurrt Navigation Company's Office, Quay, Bristol; where all goods, packages, parcels, &c., should be addressed:—For Swansea- and Cardiff, to AV. B. Owen, Bull Wharf, Redelifi'-street and Clavt- street Hall, Marsh-street; andE. T. Turner, 12, Quay-street; and for Newport, to J. JoMM, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells. AGENTS.—Mr. Joseph Morgan, Truby, Mr. J. Rees, Haver- fordwest; Mr. Palmer, Milford; Mr. Bowen, Pater Mr. John N.. Smart and Mr. W. Pockett, Swansea; Mr, T. John and Mr. A. Hingston, Cardiff; Mr. Martin, Ilfracombe Mr. Thomas Baker, Lynton; Mr. Robert Staeey, Carmarthen; and Mr. R. Jones, Newport. ELIGIBLE FATxMS, GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE LET, and entered upon IMMEDIATELY, all .those TWO FARMS, known as Ynisarwed Demesne and Blaengarwed, situate in and near to the Vale of Neath, five miles from the market town of Neath, and 13 miles from Swansea; containing together 420A. OR. 26P., of which above 125 Acres are fine alluvial vale land (Arable, Meadow, and Pasture), of the richest I-iiality, and the remainder good Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land, and Mountain Sheepwalk. The Dwelling-hewse, Offices, and Fan* buildings (this being the Demesne Farm of the Estate) are of a- very suj eÍor description, suitable for a- gentleman's establishment The nmil road from Neath to Merthyr, a-i-id the Vale of Neath Canal pass through, and the Vale of Neath Railway (now being, constructed) will pass close by the property, affording every facility for the transit of manure and produce. The Tithes are ve: y moderate, averaging about ls. per Acre, and fuel and lime for m: nure ch?ap. Rent, £ 222. All that FAIDI called BLAENNANT. situate near to the .bove, conta'ning 264A 2ft. 4y. of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasting Land, and Mountain Sheepwalk, now in the occupation of Jodie HopÜn, teaant. Tithe £ -4 Rent, £.50.. LLAVYNLLANJi- FARM, situate near to the above, in the Pv- lai. Valley, containing 98A. 3k. L p of capital Arable, Meadow an I Pasture Land, now in the occui ation of John Jenkin tenaiit. Ti lie, 12s. 9d.; Rent, £3a. ^LLETTYMAWR FARM, situate on theSonth side of the Neath VLtllcv, and only three miles from Neath, containing 42A. On. Jr. of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, now in the occu- pation of Griffith Hughes, tenant. Tithe, E2 6s. 10d. Rent £27. NANTYGWIN and PWLLFA WATKIN FARMS, inthè accupation of John Phillip, and Henry John, tenants, situate in Cwm Amman, in the Parish of Llangevelach, two miles from the Llanellv Railway, and ten miles from Swansea containing together 196A. 3u. 6P. of good Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, with an extaiisive Right of Common on the adjoining common. Tithe £6 7s.; Rent, E80. PENYRESKIR and TYNYBE-RTH FARMS. situate in the parish of Liangevolacli, near to the hist-mentioncd farms in the occupation of William Evans, and John Howells, tenants; contain ing together 88A. 3K. 27P of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pas- ture Land, with an extensive Right of. Common on the adioinimr common. Tithe, £ 5 Os. 9d:; Rent, f 70. LYGOS or LUGOS FA-RM, in the parish of Llangevelach near to the last-mentioned farms, in the occupation of Evan Evans' tenant; containing30A. OIL. 38P. of capital Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, with an extensive Right of Common on the adjoining common. Tithe, J1 19s • Rent, £ 25 ° YSCIACII UCHA and YSCIACH ISSA FARMS, in ths parish of five miles froi: Morriston, and eight ratio* from Swansea, in the occupation of Thomas Jones, tenant con taining together_ 86A. 2it. 32P. of capital Arable, Meadow- and Pasture Land, with an extensive Right of Common on the adioin mg common. Tithe, £ 0 7s. lid.; Rent, £ 60. HENDREGARREG FARM, in the parish-of Glyncorrw? in the South of the '•Vale of Neath, containing 39,4A. 0K 17p' OF aud Mountaiu Sheepwalk!—Tithe, A^large sum of'moaey has, withm the last few years, bee*. W out in repairs and improvements on the above Farms The neighbouring markets are amorist the best'in'the kirmdn™ owing to the large demand caused by the surrounding works ■' Application to be made to AV. J. BROWNE, Esf., Fermid, near Carmarthen; ALEX. CUTHBERTSON, Esq., N-eath or is Giurmm, Land-Agent, Ynisygerwn, near Neat4..