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WANTED immediately, an ASSISTANT to the linen & woollen drapery business, -bo perfectly understand- the Trade. He-must have a 8puteel address and L. ?">SfVreconimended for his sobriety attention, with refereifce to his last employer. Apply (if by letter post paid) to Morgan Williams, Anchor nOttle, Neath. Cowbridge Clerical Book Club. THE anniversary of the above Institution will take place at the BEAR INN, COWBRIDGfc.on rUES- "AY the 4th of June next, when the Books will be Sold Auction, and the general business of the Society transacted. Those Members who intend to dine together on that Qay, are requested to send in their names to Mr. James Ballard on or before the Saturday' preceding the day of Meeting. taeeting. JOHN WILLIAMS, Treasurer. Cowbridge, May 14. law. 4HCHDEACONRY OF BRECON. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS to the CLERICAL CH4RITY, will be held -at the Wash Inn, BRRCON, on TUESDAY, the 28th day of this th, when a Sermon will he preached, at II o'clock, in Saint Mary's Chapel, by the Reverend CHARLES MAYBERK, A. M., Rector of Penderin. A Collection In aid of the charity, will be made at the Church doors. Dinner, at 3s. each, on the Table at Three o'clock. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Treasurer. Brecon, May 6, 1833. •_ NEW COACH From Brecon to Tenby, in the Day, THE Public are respectfully informed, that a LIGHT POST COACH will commence running '<- LIGHT POST COACH will commence running from the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, on MONDAY lh* 13th inst. hv way of LLANDOVERY and CAR- ^ARTHEN starting at Six o'clock in the Morning, and "ill arrive at FAULKNER'S HOTEL, TENBY, early '^Saroe Evening, and will continue to run every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; returning from Tenby on the following days. Places secured at either end throughout. Performed by JONATHAN EDWARDS, J. JENKINS, D.JEFFREYS, G. DAVIES, & Co. May, 9th 1833. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. CARDIFF, IN THE count* OF GLAMORGAN IX) be LET for BUILDING, in the above Town, a PLOT of GROUND, eligibly situated. The said Ground is laid out for three classes of Buildings, forming a ^quare, Parade, and Street, together with a Mews- The peases will be for 900 years, subject to Chief Rents, appor- tioned so as to be advantageous t¡> the parties first taking. For further particulars and to see the Plan, apply to Mr. nkills, at the Town Clerk's Office in Cardiff; or at Messrs. Fosters and Okely, Architects, Orchard street, Bristol. ristol, May 2nd, 1833. TO INNKEEPERS. TO BE LET, and Entered upon Immediately, IIHAT old established and well-frequented Inn, X called the WHEAT SHEAF, situate in the centre of the town of Swansea, well adapted for the convenience of Travellers and others; together with the Stables, Coach "oiise, and other conveniences necessary for carrying on a respectable business; for many years in the occupation of Mr. David Watkeys, but latterly occupied by Mr. William Hulm, deceased. A lease for seven years may be had if "quired. 'l'he Trnnnt will not be compelled to take any part of the furniture; and the fixtures, which are but trifling 111 amount, taay be taken at a fair valuation. For further particulars apply (if by letter post paid,) to "r. David Watkeys, Ferry House, Swansea. 4th April, 1833. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Iro be ltet bg Ructiott, By Mr. RICHARD WILLIAMS, the New Inn, NEWBRIDGE, on FRIDAY, the 24th of May, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, THE VICARIAL TITHES of the parishes of Lantrissent, Lantwit Vardre, Ystradyvodwg, Lan- "01no, and Aberdare", in not less than five Iota, and Object to such conditions as shall be then and there kgreed upon. For further particulars apply, if by letter post paid^to j*; Lisle, Esq. Registrar's Office, Llandaff, or to Mr Richard Williams, Auctioneer, Aberdare. MONMOUTHSHIRE. So be lb bi) Vribate Contract. A Very compact and desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE called Pentwyn, situate in the parish of "asaleg consisting of a convenient Dwelling House, and ?• necessary Outbuildings, in good repair, and 47 A. 3 R. f° p- of very sound fertile Land, now in the occupation of °hn Phillips, as tenant thereof. Tis property nearly adjoins the Monmouthshire Canal, *"d is distant about five miles from the flourishing Market °*n of Newport. The Land Tax is redeemed, and Coal and Lime are plentiful in the neighbourhood. ^To treat for the purchase, apply to Messrs. Jones and Solicitors, Usk, (if by letter postage paid.) N.B. This Estate will be sold very cheap. Usk, May 15, 11333. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Valnablo MINERAL and very desirable ORCHARDING, and other FREEHOLD PROPERTY, intended shortly to be offered for SALE BY AUCTION, in the following Lots. Time and place of sale, with further particulars, to appear in a future paper. Lot ]. X Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called M\- Tuy yn y Fald, situate in the parish of Aberystrnth, in the occupation of William Watkins, con- *ting cf a Dwelling House and other Farm Buildings, ?'th about 30 Acres, more or less, of Arable, Meadow, asture, and Woodland, a constant spring of water, and very valuable and extensive right of common on the ^hbouring mountains. Land tax redeemed, ttVk*6 *s a ve'u g°°d Coal under a part of this property, nich was some years past worked to advantage. The *ntire estate is believed to contain the same workable ems of Coal and Iron Ore as are worked at the Nantyglo, t °a' Brook Vale and Blama Iron Works, from which it is Plated but a short distance, and adjoins on the north h'lf ^an<^ Donnell, Esq. and on the east to the called Mynydd James, from whence it reaches entirely ccr°*8 Cwm yr Ystruth Valley, t(which has a strong and °J»stant stream of water) to the hill on the opposite side, ailed Pen y gam Hill, and lies within a short distance of Hew Train Road leading from the before named Iron orks to the Monmouthshire Canal and town of Newport. Lot 2.—A very desirable and valuable FREEHOLD •.ARM and LAND, called the Lower House Farm, •' k 16 'n Par's^ Llanwenarth Citra, consisting of a -^bstantiiri Dwelling House, Barn, Stable, Beast House, •der Mill, Pigstyes, and other convenient Farm out- 1'Idings, and four "Coining closes of most excellent t ^^rding, Arable, j' and Pasture Land; con- it Ing, by estimation, abowt 14 acres, more or less, planted a great variety of choice and thriving fruit and other together with a detached close of Meadow and j,a*ture Ground, adjoining to the river Usk, and to the <j.erry thereon, and ford through the same to the other **sion of the parish containing, by estimation, about 8 re*> more or less, with a right of way thereto over and two closes of land of Sir Edward Hamilton.—Land *adeemed. There is attached to this Estate a valuable extensive right of common over that well known contain called the Sugar Loaf. The whole is now c"pied by Mr. Gilbert Trower, as tenant, at the yearly °f £ 70. 1 *??ese premises are situate near the London Mail road. *ding [rom (jje town of Abergavenny to the towns of r and Brecon, on the side of the old turnpike *d leading from the said town of Abergavenny, by the c^ureh of Llanwenarth to the village of Llangroyney, sh '°Wn of Crickhowell aforesaid, and within a very cjj°rt^'stance of the highway leading from the said parish lt«' t0 l^e v*Ha-ge of Govilon, and the neighbouring n "orks of Garnddyris and Blanavon, and l.lanelly, p,«Wl°. &c. &c. and town of Merthyr Tidvil, at which fr ?es respectively, all sorts of Farm produce, particularly meet with ready sale at good prices, tp particulars apply, if by letter, postage paid, w»lliam Price, Solicitor, Abergavenny. ——— ==——————— HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. WM. RICHARDS BEGS most respectfully to announce to his Friends and the Public, that he has engaged in business as a CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, near the Bush Inn, High Street, Merthyr, in which profession he hopes, by a scrupulous selection of none but genuine articles, and by a careful attention to the commands of his customers, to acquire a moderate share of the public support. A large and well selected assortment of Chemicals, Drugs, and Patent Medicines; Horse and Cattle Medicines; well flavoured and unadulterated teas; Oils, Paints, and Perfumery, in its various branches, will be constantly on hand; and orders, wholesale or retail, in the above men- tioned articles will be punctually executed, on the most moderate terms. Physicians' Prescriptions accurately. prepared. T"<HE Creditors of FRANCIS MORGAN, late of *JSK,b.'it since ofTROSTREY LODGE, Gentleman, deceased, are Requested to seed in the particulars of their Accounts forthwith to Messrs. Jones and Waddington, the Solicitors of tljfts Executors, at their Office in Usk. And all persons indebted to:the Estate of the said Francis Morgan, are desired to pay the amount to the said Jones and Wad- dington on or before the 10th day of June next, or proceed- ings will be taken to enforce the same. Usk, May 15, 1833. GLAMORGANSHIRE. go be <SoIU bg auction, ( Unless in the mean time Disposed of by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given,) At the Red Lion, in LLANDAFF, on THURSDAY, the 30th of May instant, between the hours of Three and Five in the Afternoon, LL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, xV STABLE and GA RDEN, and a FIELD of ex- cellent PASTURE GROUND, now in the occupation of Mr. EDWARD BEAVAN, called Penliill, situate about midway between Llandaff and Cardiff, and adjoining the turnpike road. The situation is delightful, and commands extensive views of Cardiff Penarth Harbour, the Bristol Channel, and the Somersetshire Hills, and is considered a most de- sirable spot for building a Cottage Ornee. For further particulars (if by letter post paid), apply at the Office of G. Lisle, Esq. 1, landaff. MONMOUTHSHIRE.. Most desirable Freehold Property, go be .lol1J bg auction, At the Heath Cock Inn, in the town of NEWPORT, on WEDNESDAY the 22d day of May instant, at One o clock in the Afternoon (unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which timely notice will be given), in the following convenient Lots that is to say— rf^wo FIELDS of PASTURE, called the L • -I Spitty Lands, being 12 Acres or thereabouts, now let to Mrs. Henry Jone8• aV^iiPno "V>- Lot 2. THREE PASTURE FIELDS, called Naw Erw Keene, being 12 Acres or thereabouts, now let to Mr. Isaac Thomas, at DO per annum. Lot 3. TWO FIELDS of PASTURE LAND, being 10 Acres or thereabouts, also let to Mr. Isaac Thomas, at the annual rent of £ 18. -.V. Lot 4. A DWELLING HOUsE, with convenient Out- buildings, an ample Farm Yard, Garden, and an excellent Orchard, with Two Fields, one Arable and the other Pas- ture Land, being eight Acres or thereabouts, now let to William Jones. The whole of the premises are held by tenants at will, and one situate in the highly fertile Monmouthshshire Moors. The first three lots are at or near to the village of Leswerry, in the parish of Chnstchurch, and the occupiers thereof have a right of Common on the Smerton and Pen- main Commons adjoining thereto. Lot three has under it an extensive Quarry of excellent Limestone, and the Orchard inlotfouris well stocked with choice young Apple Trees. Proprietors of Upland Farms have now an opportunity of greatly improving their property by adding thereto some excellent Pasture Ground. For further particulars apply (if by letter post-paid) to Messrs. McDonnell and Mostyn, Solicitors, Usk; Messrs. Prothero and Phillips, Solicitors, Newport or to Messrs. PERKINS and KAYES, Merthyr, May 8, 1833. Solicitors, Merthyr.



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