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BRISTOL GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, OFFICE, QUAY, BRISTOL. 1, }! \\A, rpHE following steam vessels are intended to sail from Cumberland Basin, Bristol, to and from Cork, Rose, or Juverna and Sabrina; Watt-rford, Victory and Rose, or Torridge Tenby, Osprey (Tuesdays) and Phoenix Mil- ford, Pater, and Haverfordwest, Osprey; Car- marthen, Phcenix; Swansea, County ana Jjeresjoni; .Newport, Swift and Vsk; Cardiff, Star and Prince of Wales, as under-men- tioned, during JUNE, 1849 :— FROM BRISTOL TO T2 _r a 2 £ si s 8 5g g JUNE. -2 2^7 § g -g £ -9 tS B tc a g ° fe S « ° g __— Friday .1 24 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2* am 2* pm 2 pm Saturday. 2 3 pm 4 am 3J pui 3 pm Monday 4 4} pm 5 am Tuesday 3 5 pm o| am .J am 5J am 5J pm 5j a 5]p Wednesday 6 5 pm 6 am 6 am 6 am 6 pm 6 a 6 p Thursday. 7 am 6i am 6} a 6 p Friday 8 7 am ? am 6;| am 7 a 6J p Satuidav. 9 7J am ~h am Si am am 7J am Mond.ty. U Si am 8J am Monday. II S! am 81 an. Tuesday .12 9 am 9 am 9 am 9; am 9 am 9 am Wednesday 13 10 am 10 am 10 am am 10 am 10 am Thursday.14 11 am 11 am 11 am. Friday .13 12noon 1pm 12noon 12noon Saturday .lfi I pm 14 pm 11 pm 1 pm Saturday .lfi I pm 14 pm 11 pm 1 pm Monday .16 3 pm 3J pm 3 pm Tuesday .19 4 pm 4 pm 4 pm 4$am 4J pm 3J am Wednesday2i' 4 pm 5 am 5} pm 51 a 5 p Thursday.2i 6 am 6 am 7 am 6 pm 6| a 6 p Friday 2' 7 am 7 am <>i am 7 a 64 p Saturday.23 7i am SJ am 7 £ am S am Monday .25 9 pm 9 am 9 am Tuesday .>> 10 am 10 amiO am 10 am 9J am 10 am Wcd'iesday.27 11 am lOJam 10} am 10$am Thursday. I am 111 am Hi am Friday .2? 12} put!Inoon |I2 no. 1 am 13$pm 12| pm Saturday .3d 1J pm 2 am 1} pm 1 pm FOR BRISTOL FROM I i L 1 I I ?S 5 JUNE. £ a & b a "g £ I H I* S I £ o Friday 1 3 pm 2 pm 10 pm 3 am 12} pm 1 pm Saturday. 2 4} am 4.} am 1} pm 2 pm Monday 4 6} am 4 am 6 am 3 pm 3 pm Tuesday 5 4 pm 7 am 3} pm 5 a 3} p Wednesday 6 4 j am 5} a 4J p Thu sday. 7 S am 5.J am 7} am 4J pm 5 a 5 p Friday 8 8 am 7 am 8} am 5| pm 5} a 5}p Saturday. 9 9 am 2} am S| am 5$am 6 am Monday .11 7] am 10 am 6} am 7 am Tuesday. 12 10 am 10 am 7i am 7} am Wednesday 13 8j am S.J am Thursday.14 11} am 9} am 9 am Friday 15 2 pm 1} pm 11 am 8 pmll am 12} pm 10} am 10} am Saturday .16 2 am 2 am 11} am 11} am Mtfnlav .IS 5 am 1} pm 2 pm Tuesday .19 4 pm ••• 3} pm 6 am 3 pm 3 pm Wednesday20 3} pm 5 a S.J p Thursday.21 7 am 4! am 5 a 11 p Friday 22 8 am 8t am 7 am 6 am 8 am 5j pm 5t a 51 p Saturday.23 9 am 3 am 8 am 5i am 61 am 21 Monday .25 10} am 7} am 7} am Tuesday .26 11 am 10^ am 8 am 8 am Wcdnesday27 10 am 81 am 9 am I. 12 nooii 10 am 10 am Friday .29 2 pm 12 noon 8 pm 1 am 10} am 11 am Saturday. 30j 2} am 2 £ am 11| am 12noon (JggP 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 Hall, Marsh-street; and E. T. Turner, 12, Quay-street; and for Newport, to J. Jones, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells. AGENTS.—Mr. Joseph Morgan, Tenby; Mr. J. Rees, Haver- fordwest Mr. Palmer, Milford Mr. Bowen, Pater Mr. John N. Smart and Mr. W. Pockett, Swansea; Mr. W. R. Harvey and Mr. A. Kingston, Cirdiff; Mr. Martin, Ilfracombc; Mr. Thomas Baker, Lynton; Mr. Robert Stacey, Carmarthen; and Mr. R. Jones, Newport. WASHING MADE EASY. WE are in possession of Mr. HARPER TWELVETREES' di- rections for economical and expeditious washing, and are glad to observe that his method of cleansing white clothes is quite consis- tent with natural and chemical principles. Many of the wonder-work- ing recipes, by which empirics and swindlers cajole and deceive the ignorant, expose their own deceptiveness to a well-informed person who comes to know them. When one proposes to accomplish a cer- tain end, and suggests means for its accomplishment wholly inade- quate, we may feel assured that the pretended discovery is an hum- bug, and its propagator for value received a cheat. Such are nine- tenths of the patented follies vended by the rogues to the fools. But such is not Mr. Twelvetrees' art of economical and expedi- tious washing. Let his little book of directions be placed in the hands of any chemist, or even in the hands of a person of experi- ence and observation in natural phenomena, and he would say at ouee, this method will cleanse and whiten the clothes." The materials to be employed, and th method. of employing them, would be quite satisfactory, without the testimonials of those who have tried the recipe. But appended to this little book are the tatcmcuts of some twenty persons, who declare it most satisfactory allri effectual. We could add similar testimonials from various parts in this island. It is especially valuable to the poor man. The benefits to be derived from this new mode of washing are money, tima. labour, and trouble saving. The cost of a week's wash to a family will not exceed 6d. The time required, say one hour and a half; and then, as to hard labour over the wash-tub, th" splashing, dabbling, and flooding the kitchen, to the great an novanee of the family, are dispensed with. upon the whole, we have no hesitancy in recommending Mr. Twelvetrees' discovery to the attention of the public not doubting they will find it, as others have done on trial, a sure, economical, and expeditious method of washing all white clothes, consisting of liuon and cotton.—Leading article in the Isle of Man Times, Feb. 21, ISiS. Harper Twelve-trees' celebrated copyright pamphlet is to be had oP all booksellers for 2s. 6d., or of HAIIPKK TWELVETREES, Pub- lisher, 14, New Millinau-street, Foundling, London, for 31 postage stamps, and a directed envelope. KENT and RICHARDS, Paternoster-row, London. Agents wanted throughout Wales. AJSST rou-C.vii.DIFF, Mil. E. JONES, HIGH-STREET. DIUSESE OF ST. DAVID'S. CONFIRMATION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, mil AT the LOUD BISHOP of ST. DAVID'S intends to hold J a CONFIRM ATION at the following times and places, viz :— Friday 'H' Jane 8th at Llangadock, at half-past 10. Ditto. at Llandovery, at 3. Saturday 9tli at Brecon, at 2. Monday 11th at Crickhowell, at 2. Tuesday 12th at Michael Church Eskley, at half-past 2. Wednesday 13th at Hay, at 2. Thursday 1 ttli at Builth, at 11. Ditto. ,at Rhaya(ler, ,it 3. Friday loth at Llanbadarn-fawr, at 11. Saturday 16th at Kerry, at half-past 11. Monday 18th at Aberystwyth, at 11. Tuesday 19th at Abcrayron, at 11. Wednesday ,20th at Llanddewi-Brefi, at 2. Thursday at Lampeter, at 11. Friday 22nd at Llandyssil, at 2. Monday 25th at Kidwelly, at 2. Tuesday 26th at Llanelly, at 11. Wednesday 21th at Ystradfelty, at 2. Thursday 2Sth at Ystradgynlais, it 2. Friday 29th at LIanrhidinn, at 2. Saturday 30th at Swansea, at half-past 11. Monday July 2nd at Laugharne, at 2. Tuesday 3rd at Tenby, at II. Ditto at Pembroke, at 3. Wednesday 4th at Castlemartin, at 2. Thursday. 5th at Milford, at 11. Friday 6th at Haverfordwest, at half-past 11. Saturday 7th at Narberth, at half-past 11. Monday 9th at Newcastle-Emlyn, at 2. Tuesday 10th at Cardigan, at 2. Wednesday 11th at Newport, at 2. Thursday. 12th at Fishguard, at 2. Friday. 13th at St. David's, at 2. By desire of the Bishop, VALENTINE DAVIES, N. P., Dy. Rgitar. Registry, Carmarthen, 19th April, 1349.

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