ers aaJ Advertisements wiU be received by tb following Country AgenU. ARDJPP. WM, BIRD, Bookseller. JIONMOUTH:Mr.C. HOUGH. ^RECON: Mr. WM. EVANS, Ship Street. WPORT Messrs. WEBBER and SON, Booksellers BRIDGEND: Mr. J. BIRD. ATH: Mr. 1. FRANCIS, Pointer. ANSEA Mr. DAY, Law Stationer, Mount street. COWBRIDGE: Post Office. ^rJCKH0WEL: Mr. T. WILLIAMS. AfiERGAVENNY Messrs. WATKIN# and Son, Book- Sellers. C'IEPSTOW: Mr. J. CLARK. EREPORD Mr.W. H. VALE, Bookseller, High Street, OVVLAIS Mr. John H. Davies, Grocer. And at the GAZETTE and GUARDIAN Office, High Street, Merthyr Tydvil, where all Communications are requested to be addressed. ==- u- 1'. JLOXDON A GEMS Messrs. NEWTON and Co., Warwick Square. rr. R. BARKER, 33, Fleet Street. Mr. S. DEACON, Colonial Coffee House, Walhrook. Mr. G. REYNE1.L, 42, Chancery Lane, Fleet Stieet, and To all Postmasters and Clerks of the Roads. This Paper is regularly filed at Peel's Coffee House, Fleet Sti-eet the Chapter Coffee House, St. Paul's; and at tfle Colouial Coffee House, Walhrook, London.
FROM FRIDAYS LONDON GAZETTE. War Office,iJune 28. 8th' Light Dragoons, Cornet Rodolph De Sal is to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Sir William Lawrence YOlln, who reti res; Magnus Gilbert Laing Meason Geut. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice De Salis. ° 9th Light Dragoons, Cornet Sir Joseph Hawley, Bart. to he Lieutenant, by purchase, vice David Lion Campbell, who retires. 46th Foot, Lieutenant Charles Fitzarchy Button to be Captain, without purchase, vice Francis Ingram, deceased. 47th Foot, C'.iptaiii George Newcome, from the halt-pay Unattached, to be Captain, vice John Sandes, who ex- changes, receiving the difference. 58th Foot, George Ponsonhy Hume, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice R. E- Wilrnoi Hort'in, who retires. 60th Foot, Second Lieutenant William Fanshaw Bedford, to be First LicntcrÙnt, hy purchase, vice William Towusend Gun, who retires Stonehouse George Banbury, Gent. to be Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Bedford 63th Foot, Lieutenant Launcelot Bayly to fe Captain, by purchase, vice William Gibson, who retires Emign James Uenners Parkinson to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Bayly. Henry Smyth, Gent. to be EnsIgn, by parchas^, vicc Parkinson B'id Foot, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Charles Phillips, from the half-pay Unattached, to be Lieutenant Colonel, vice Balfour, who retires 98th Foot, Ensign Charles Horatius Kennedy to he Lii-nrenarit, by purchase, vice Alexander Browne, who retires; Charles Hare, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Kennedy. UNATTACHED.—Brevet Lieutenant Colonel John James Snodgi-asc;, from the 94th lleg-iuient, to be Lieut. Colonel, by purchase. ■ MEMORANDUM.—The name of the lnsign appointed to the 71st Foot, in the Gazette of the 21st inst. is William Wilkieson, and not William VV ilkinson. His Majesty has been graciously pleased to approve of the 2d Regiment of Foot, or Queen's Royals, being permitted to bear the word v imiera' upon its colours and appoint- ments, in commemoration of the gallantry displayed by that Regiment in tne battle of l'imicra, oil The 2lst August, 1808 also the word Corunna, in commemoration of the bravery evinced bv the Regiment in the Potion before Corunna, on the 16th January, 1809. Office of Ordnance, June 27. Royal Regiment of Artillery-Gentlemen Cadets, Lionel Fitzgerald to be Second Lieutenant, vice Stace, promoted George Henry Hawker to be ditto, vice Fisher, promoted George Drought Warburton to be ditto, vice Ormsnv, pro- oioted Philip Reginald Cocks to be ditto, vice Taylor, promoted Robert Morse Fyers to he ditto, vice Maclean, promoted; Richard Harvey to he ditto, vice Yotins:, pro-j mote(ii Waiter Frederic Crofton to be ditto, vice Jones, ^^Bceased •, Henry Edward Morrittto be ditto, vico Askwitli, ¡, promoted; Thomas Wiiktns to he ditto, vice Dunlap, pro moted Wm. Thomas Crawford to be ditto, vice Dick, pro- moted. Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the county of Salop. Richard Jenkins, Esq. to he Deputy Lieutenant. BANKRUPTS to surrender in Basinghall Street. Henry Allenby, George Street. Adelphi, boarding house keeper, Julv 5, at 2, Anoint 9, at 11. Attorney, Mr. Waiigh, Great James stree t, Bedford row. Frederick Taylor, Webber street, Blackfriars road, vic- tualler, July 5, at 11, Aug. 9, at 12. Attorneys, Martineaa and Co. Carey street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. BANKRUPTS to surrender in the Country. William Fowler, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, printer, July 12; August 9, at 10, at the Ram Inn, Cirencester. Attorneys, Mr. Merry, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London; and Mr. Mullings, Cirencester. Benjamin Hill, Oxford, hatter, July 8, at 6. August 9, at 11, at the Three Goats Inn, Oxford. Attorneys, Robin- sonand Co. Charterhouse square, London and Mr. Dudley, Oxford. Peter Davies, FishsruarJ, Pembrokeshire, shopkeeper, July 8, August 9, at 2, at the Commercial Rooms, Corn street, Bristol. Attorneys, Mr. Stevens, Gray's Inn square, London and Mr. Perkins, Bristol. George Horton, Birmingham, builder, July 10, at 12, August 9, at 1. at Dee's Royal Hotel, Temple row, Birmingham. Attorneys, Norton and Chaplin, Gray's Inn square, London and Messrs. Redfern, New square, Bir. mingham. DIVIDENDS in BASING HALL STREET. Severn and Co. Church, lane, Whilechapel, grocers, J til y 19, at half past 11. Collman and Lambert, Old Bethlem, merchants, July 19, at 12. DIVIDENDS in the COUNTRY. A. Townlcy, Stockport, Cheshire, bookseller, July 22, at 2. at the Star Inn, Manchester. Gibbons and Sherwood. Liverpool, merchants, July 24. at 2. at the office of Leigh and Sanders-, Liverpool. W. Packwood. jun. Warwick, grocer, August 30, at 12, at the Swan Hotel, Warwick. W. E. J. Neep, Norwich, silversmith, July '23. at 10, at the Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. Brenr.and and Co. Lever Lanks, Lancashire, calico printers, July 19, at 10, at the office of Mr Easterby, Preston, Lancashire. Thackeray and Co. Walton, near Liverpool, common brewers, July 26, at 9, at the Stnr Inn, Manchester. J Baron, Frome Selwoort, Somersetshire, innholder, July 22, at 1, at the White Hart Inn, Bath. T. Parnell, Manchester, lacovian, July 26. at 10, at the Star Inn. Manchester. F. Fisher, jun. and W.J. Fisher, Bristol, sail makers, July 23, at 2, at the Com- mercial Rooms, Bristol. CERTIFICATES—J(;i,Y 19. T. Povc], Winstanstow, Salop, timber merchant. J. B.vrow, TaiUworth, Lincashire, victoal er. J. Barnett, Devonshire place, Old Kent Road, navy agent.
HOUSE OF LORDS, JUNE 27, The Earl of RIPON moved that a message be sent to the House of Commons, to request a conference in the Painted Chamber at five o'clock to-morrow on the subject of the West India resolutions—A^recl to The Marquis of WESTMINSTER presented a peti- tion from some place in Wales, praying: that measures mipht be taken for ex tend, n^ the English language in that part of the United Kingdom. & n On the motion of the LORD CHANCELLOR the house resolved itself into a committee on THE LIMITATION OF ACTIONS RILL. Several amendments were agreed to, and the house having resumed, the report was ordered for further consideration on Monday next. Their lordships (hen went into committee on THE FREEHOLD ^OPYHOLD ESTATES Some verba! amendments were made in the severat clauses, after which the house resumed, and thcreporl was ordered to be broupit up on Monday next. The house hen adjourned.
HOUSE OF COMMONS, JuvE 27. In the early sitting:, Mr. COBBETT presented a petition-from certain members of the Cainberweli and Walworth Political Union, alle^in^ that the present police force were employed systematically as soics and the hoii. member declared that he was in a con- dition to prove the truth of the allegation. The petition charged an individual named Popav, a prirate in the police establishment, who was also a member of the Union, with having on various occasions, by words and actions, endeavoured to incite those with whom he was in the habit of associating:, to the com- mission of political ollences. Amongst other charges it was said he had been guilty of the petty tr?ason of damning" Lord Grey and the rest of his Majesty's present ministers; that he proposed to open a shoot- ing gallery, and that the members of the Union should practise the use of the broad-sword; that he had subscribed to purchase flags and banners to grace the I public meetings of the association. Amongst other charges, it was stated that he was in Ca'thorpe-street, at the memorable meetnig, dressed in private clothes, in which garb he also attended the meetings of the Union, and that it was not until recently that the petitioners were aware of his being- a member of the police, he having- concealed that circumstance, and entered the patriotic hand under the assumed name of Pearce; the petitioners had since li-covered that his real name was Popay, and further that he had recently been promoted from the situation of a common police, man to that of clerk on the establishment. The hon. member, in stating thus much of the contents of the petition, commented upon its allegations in his usual style, and in concluding his address, observed, that as there was at present a committee sitting on the sub- ject of the police, he should move that the petition be referred to that committee. Mr. SINCLAIR, considered the louse and the couutry as under obligation to the hon. member for bringing- this important subject forward, and sup. ported Mr. Cobbett's proposition for inquiry. Colonel EVANS gave the police credit for being an effective body, but objected to their approaching so near amiUtaryforce iu their constitution. He also complained of the heavy expense which they entailed on the public. Mr. RONAYNE said the cae stated by the peti- tioners was not an unprecedented one many parallel cases might be found in Ireland. Mr. WILK" considered it as the most impoifant petition which had been presented during the four sessions that he had held a seat in that house. The petition was ultimately ordered to lie on the table. A number of petitions, on various subjects, was presented and received, and at two o'clock the Speaker quitted the chair. SECOND SITTING.Fivr. olcrOCK. Mr. FINCH brought forward his motion on the subject of political unions after a patient investiga- tion, he could see no redeeming quality which they had, and he was decidedly of opinion the government should interfere to put them down. He concluded his observations by moving a resolution to the effect tnat these unions were subversive of the laws and the best interests of the state. Mr. PLUMPTRE seconded the resolution. Lord ALTllOUPhad no reason 10 be particularly fond of political unions, they were all opposed to the present ministry, still he did not consider it advisable to interfere with them so long as they kept within the law. Jtfr. Cobbett, Mr. Methuen, Mr. Walter, Mr. Attwood, and Mr. Hunte, all defended the unions. Mr. Forsfer, Sir. Littlctou, and Mr. Finch strongly condemned them. The gallery was ultimatey cleared for a divison, and file iiunibers were, l or tue motion J I Against it 70 I Mr. HALCOMB then rose to bring forward his motion on the subject of the poor laws. The hon. member had proceeded to some extent with his state- tnent, wliea Mr. F. O'CONNOR rose, and moved that the house be counted, which was done, aud there b;iiig" Hot 40 members present, the house adjourned. HOUSE OF LORDS, Jvvbt 2lk7, The Royal assent was declared by commission to the the Stamp Duties Repeal, the Mililia Ballots Suspension, and several other bills. Their lordships then went into committee on the Local Jurisdiction bill, and the several clauses were considered. Amendments were proposed by Lord WYVFOIID and Lord LYNDIIURST, to some of which the LOIU) CHANCELLOR acceded; the clauses, with amendments, were then agreed to, and the report was ordered to be received on Tuesday.
HOUSE OF COMMONS, JUNE 28. The morning sitting was as usual devoted to the reception of petitions. Extended conversations arose on petitions presented by Sir HEKRYPARNELI from the joint stock banking company at Manchester, com- plaining of their interests being improperly affected by the ministerial plan. At three oVIock the Speaker left the chair. On the house resuming at five o'clock, the Speaker altended by a number of members, proceeded to the House of Lords to hear the RJyal assent declared to several bills. A conference with the lords was afterwards held and Lord ALTHORP reported that their lordships had concurred in the resolutions on the subject of colonial slavery without amendment The noble lord observed, in reply to a question from Mr. O'Connell in reference to the measure respecting Irish tithes, that it was the intention of government to extend the principle of the resolution to lay impropriators. His lordship also stated, in answer to a question from Mr. Hawes relative to church rates in England, that it was under the consideration of government whether the same principle which was proposed to he applied to Ireland for the payment of church-rates should not also be adopted in this country, but the subject was found to be attended with considerable difficulty. Lord ASHLEY postponed the committee 011 the Factories Regulation bill until Friday next, 011 the suggestion of Lord ALTHORP, who said that the re- sui port of the factory commissioners was ready. In the course of the evening the report was presented and ordered to be printed. The house having resolved itself into committee on the I3A ":K CHARTER, Col. TORRENS moved that the consideration of the question he postponed, oil the ground that the committee of last session had not perfected their in- vestigation and he contended that there was ample evidence to prove that the circulation of the country ought not lo be trusted to irresponsible bauk directors Mr. POULETTSCROPE seconded the amendment, attributing the fluctuations in the currency to the monopoly of the bank, which he regarded as a private company, and contending that the regulation of the currency of the nation ought not to depend on the promotion of private interests. Lord ALTHORP objected to the postponement of the question, which would, he thought be much more detrimental than any that might arise from coming" to a decision during the present session. He defended the conduct of the bank directors, and maintained that the publishing of the accounts of the bank, as proposed in the new arrangement, would act as a snfficient check upon them. Mr. M. ATTWOOD supported the amendment, and complained ofthe manner in which ministers proposed to hurry on so important a measure at the close ofthe session, after having postponed the Consideration of most other subjects. The (lapcl of making bank notes a legal tender, he said, would be to lower the standard of value, in direct contradiction of the resolution moved by the noble "lord only two months ago; it would break faith with the joint stock banks; and be the means extending the power and influence of the Bank of England, to the proceedings of which body he attributed the panic of 1825. 0 Sir IL PARNELL also supported the amendment, and contended that the monopoly enjoyed by the bank was injurious to the country. Sir R, PEEL thought the house would be abandon- ing its duty if they consented to postpone the question He supported the first resolution by which the bank charter was proposed to be renewed, as he conceived it to be expedient to have only one bank of issue in London; but he strongly objected to making Bank of England notes a legal tender, as it would have the effect of depreciating the currency, and would alter the soHnd and healthy system of having a paper circu- lation founded on a metallic basis. Lord ALTHORP denied that the proposition would have the effect of depreciating the currency, and con- tended that it would afford a great advantage to country bankers, by obviating the necessity of their keeping a large supply of*gold in their coffers for sudden emergencies. The amendment was supported by Mr. Gisborne, Mr. Richards, and Nli-, Hume; and Major Handley, Mr. Baring, and Sir F. Burdett expressed themselves in favour ot proceeding to settle the question, though they objected to many parts of the proposed measure. I The house then divided, when there appeared— For the ainendment 83 Against it 31(5 Majority 233 The first resolution was then agreed to, the Chair- man reported progress, and the committee is to sit again on Monday. THE NEWSPAPERS AND THE POST OFFICE.. Sir H. PARNELL presented a petition from the London newsvenders and agents, complaining of the interference of the post office clerks, clerks of the road, and postmasters in their trade. They complained that, by the privileges allowed to the clerks of the post office, foreign newspapers were charged double their prime cost abroad that this increased price went into the pockets of those officers, fo the great detriment of the public revenue; that this practice was also allowed in the foreign post office and that the circulation, therefore, of English newspapers wa< very much curtailed, in consequence of which the petitioners suffered very considerably. They ex- pressed great regret at finding that the offers on the part of French post office, to do away with the impe- diments affecting the transmission and cii culation of newspapers between the countries, had not met with that readiness on the part of our government which they had expected, and which .was most desirable. Sir Henry, who had conversed with the I rench post- masler-genetal on the subject, could bear testimony to the truth of this allegation. The cterks of the post office, in addition to other advantages which they possessed, were allowed to put newspapers addressed to their agents or customers into the mail bags up to the moment of their delivery to the mail, while the petitioners were obliged, upon each paper posted after six o'clock, to pay the charge of one halfpenny, and were also subject to total exclusion after half-past seven o'clock. The petition, in which the above statements were more fully detailed, was then read. Sir F. BURDETT supported the prayer of the pe- titioners. Lord ALTHORP said, that ministers had not been able to accede to all the propositions of the French government, but were desirous of going1 as far as was t consistent with the safety of the revenue. As re- garded the privileges of the post office clerks, if they were deprived of thfm, their salaries must be in- creased; s i that the question might be considered a ba.ntKcd one, as far as the revenue was concerned. Mi. LUCKINGIIAM stvonglvadvocated the cause of thf petitioners. S:r H. PARNELL spoke a few words in reply, lie said it was quite clear that the circulation of the papers would very soon bring in a full compensation for any apparent loss of revenue in the first instance. — Adjourned. HOUSE OF LORDS, JULY 1. Lord BELHAVEN presented a peti sioo from the elders and others of the general assembly of Scotland against the government system of education in Ireland. The of ROD EN said he had several similar communications on the same subject. The Earl of HADDINGTON said the resolution on which this petition was founded, passed by a majority of 166 to 65. Lord M ELBOURNE regreited the general assembly had travelled out of the sphere cf their immediate duties to sign this petition. The BIMIOP of EXETER vindicated the general assembly, It was well known that in the schools in Scotland, the parents of Catholic children did not ob- ject to the introduction of the bible as a class book. The Duke of WELLINGTON said that the petition last year from the genera! assembly i;i Scotland, was founded on a misconception of the senlinvnls of the then secretary for Ireland; that the assembly was jus- tified now in expressing its rea! views on the subject. Ordered to lie on the table.
HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 1. Several petitions were presented, among them one presented by Col. EVANS for the release of the person calling himself the Rev. Robert Taylor, was supported by Sir S. Whalley, Mr. O'Connell, Sir F. Burdett, and Mr. Cobbett. Mr FiNN presented a petition against a clergyman in Ireland, in which the petitioners charged the rev. gentleman with fraud i:i a tithe composition. The hon. gentleman spoke at length on the subject, and said that the petitioners could obtain no legal redress for the fraud of which they complained nnrl that if redress were not afforded, the tranquillity of that part of Ireland could not be secured without coercive measures. Mr. HUME presented a petition from a person named Gunter, stating that ho had put in the post office a lettei. which had not been de. livered, and that lie could obtain no redress. The hon. gentleman spoke of the hardship of the public's being compelled to send all letters by post, and having no remedy against loss through the fault of the post office. Mi-, COBBETT called attention to the ccmpliaint, in a petition from the political u lion at Walworth, that the po!ice acted as spies. Lord ALTHORP said'that it was quite contrary to the original intention In the formation of that force that they should be so employed. They bad never been so employed by orders from government. He did not consider policemen mixing in public meetings in plain clothes to be acting as spies. In the present instance Popay d,-ci(le(llv contradicted the allegation in the petition that he had incited the members of the union to acts of violence. He (Lord A'thorp) had no objection to the appointment of a committee on the subject, if the committee were fairly chosen'. After some further conversation the subject dropped. DECCAN PRIZE MONEY. In answer to a question, Lord ALTHORP said that government coaill give no answer on this subject till the Privy Council had decided. BANK CHARTER. Lord ALTHORP said that he intended to propose an alteration in the 2nd clause, to the effect that a person presenting Bank of England notes above 5/. value could not demand gold. Sir R. PEEL asked whether a person presenting two five pound notes could demand gold ? Lord ALTHORP said that was not contemplated in his resolutions. Mr. POULET THOMSON said the great object of the c;ause was the protection of the bank in case of panic. The bank in such case was under the necessity of meeting with gold not only their own notes, but also the bills of country bankers. Sir I. WROTTESLEY said the country bankers had no desire to make the Bank of England notes a legal teuder, and that the proposed alteration could be of service to no party but the Bank of England. Mr. Alexander BAHING thcught that making bank notes a leg-At tender was the only way to prevent a panic, aud that such a provision would have pre- vented runs upon country banks and the eveiiis of 1825-6. The holder of bank notes had only to go to the bank and receive specie for them. He thought the apprehension that public confidence in bank notes might in time be shaken, was without foundation; and, that in the event of a war, the pow er proposed to be given to country bankers of circulating their notes would be beneficial to the country. Sir. R. PEEL said that by the plan of the noble lord a man might demand gold for one 51, note, but not for two. Now in the case of a panic a person might send his servant successively with as many five pound notes as lie could collect, and then defeat the proposed plan. Besides, was the clause which made bank notps payable in gold only in London, likely to give satisfaction to the country? (Hear.) He con- ceived that it would be but decent to wait the report of the committees now sitting on the agriculture and the commerce of the country, before the proposed change in the currency were brought forward. Mr. WARBURTON objected to the plan on two grounds-first, that it was a substitution of paper for gold-second, that it affords oil increased facility to forgery. Mr. F. LEWIS considered the change extremely hazardous, and could see no way in which the country could be benefitted by it. He begged the house to con- consider for a moment the situation of country bankers should a bank restriction take place. (Hear, hear.) Suppose a case in which the bank was in such a state of trepidation that an order in council was issued re- stricting them not to issue any more gold. Now he would ask, what would be the situation of the unfor- tunate country bankers if this eveut were to take ptace ? (Hear, hear.) Mr. COBBETT cited the author ty of Mr. Horner, and Mr. Ricarrio in favour of the resumption of cash payments. He should reserve, however, his own obser- vations on the bill till he knew what the thing was. (Cheers and latfghter.) I Mr. GROTE deprecated the hardships which this bill would bring upon country bankers, as it would induce people in the country to hoard up sovereigns, and thus prevent the influx of gold into the cotters of country bankers, who would be still exposed to the same demand of gold from them. The banker. would thus be compelled to purchase gold, which would become a commodity, fluctuating in value, instead of a standard of value. After tome further discussion the house divided, Forthemotiof). 214 Against it 15G Majority 1 ae 1I11 I'd resolution, alter remarks irom several hon. members that the terms were too tavourable to the Bank of England, was agreed to. The CHAIRMAN then reported progress, aud ob- tained leave to sit again on Wednesday. Sir R. GRANT postponed the third reading of the Jewish Disabilities Bill fill Wednesday week. On the motion of Lord ALTHORP, a committee was appointed to inquire into the allegations contained in the petition presented by Mr. Cobbett relative to the police being spies. Sir A. AGNEW'S bill for the better observance of the Sabbath was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time th it day fortnight. The other orders of the day were then disposed 0(. and the house adjourned at a quarter-past two o'clock-
CARDIFF, ND BRISTOL. •f)» r, The New and Beautiful Fast Sailing Steam M\i\ Packet NAUTILUS, 60 Horse Power, WSSlps; JOHN ALLEN, Commander, intended to Sail, during: the month of July, with Passengers and Goods, as follows:— FROM CARDIFF. MONDAY B, 81 Morning WtDNESDAY 10, 11 Morning FRIDAY 12, 12 Noon FROM BRISTOL. TUESDAY 9, 2 Afternoon THURSDAY LL', 3 Afternoon SATURDAY 13, 5 Morning Fares-After Cabin, 6s.-Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under Twelve years of Age, Half Price Dogs,la. A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cahin. Refresh- ments may be had on Board on moderate Terms. Pour Wheel Carriage, 1\mi; Ditto, drawn by One "orie, 15s.; Two Wheel Carriage, 10s. fcid.; Horses, 6s. Carriage drawn by One Horse with one Passenger, ^TI! anl' Rider, After Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d. • Packet now lies in Cumberland Basin, Bristol, and is requested that Carriages and Horses intended to be nipped, may be brought there an hour previous to the time Advertised for sailing. ''erthyr, Cowbridge, and Bridgend.—Coaches to and ,r°m cach place Daily.. „ "ewbridge, A herd are, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, ~a»trissent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these PlaLcesr in Lock up Canal Boats and Wagons immediately arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in vj11 ch case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet warehouse till called for. Freight paid on delivery. A Boat is stationed at Penarth to take off Passengers irous of Embarking or Landing there.. fwo Wherries are in constant attendance at the Canal "ridge to convey Passengers to and from the Packet. ilists of the Sailing at the Packet will be pubhshed Monthly. T PACKET OFFICES,—St. Mary Street, Cardiff, RICHARD JOXiig TODD, Agent; No". 12, Quay-street, Bristol, r°RN GRIFFITH JONES, Agent; where Goods are to be °°ked and every information may be obtained. NOTICE.-The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet Sfv6 Notice, that they will not be accountable for any assengers* Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any JJ°<Hl», Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged1*, unless *»ooked at either of their OfHccs in Cardiff or Bristol, and '/above the value of 40s. entered at its value,and Carriage Proportion paid for the same at the time of Booking. Emigration to the United States. -7 The Fast Sailing British Built Brig AMANTHEA, 250 Tons Burthen, sJSSl&si JOHN COOKE, R.N. Master, Will sail from Cardiff about the 20th of Ju1y, for PHILADELPHIA. The Accommodations of the above Vessel arc of the first "it" Qualities, and as she will take only a limited number .f Passengers in the Cabin and Steerage, an early applica- 1011 IS requested (if by-Letter post-ptid.)-'re rnls moderate. 11 l'or Freight or Passage apply to M. Fairclough, Ship lirojer Cardiff; John Comer, Ship Broker, Newport; Mallalieu, Guardian Office, Merthyr; Mr. J. G- Bird, 5?'dgend Mr. Thomas Richards, Abergavenny; Messrs. 'nston, Prosserand Co. Brecon Mr. Robins, Bush Inn, '^antyglo; Mr. Chapman, British Lion, Abersychan or Captain on Board. diff, Jane 25. 1833 In the course of the Summer will bt- Published, BY SUBSCRIPTION, A VOLUME OF SERMONS, PREACHED IN CARDIFF CHURCH, By the Rev. H. E. GRAHAM, Curate. Not to exceed 8s. or Ps. Subscribers' "Names wine received, and Copies for. by 'ATr- W. Bird, Cardiff; Mr. Bird, Co.vbridge All, J. G. Bird, Bridgend Mr. Heyward, Neath. The Work will be sent to Press as 300n as a sufficient Umber of Subscribers are obtained. Aberdare Canal Navigation. lxfOTICE is hereby piven, that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, or Assembly of the Com of Proprietors of this Navigation, will be held at the HNal OFFICE (at the head of the said Canal), on p^URSDAY, the 18th day of July next, at the hour of ei*ven o'clock in the Forenoon, THOMAS WAYNE, Clerk to the Company, -^anal Office, June 29. 1833. Conveyance from Merthyr to Bristol. AT a Meeting of the undermentioned Traders, &c at the Castle Inn, Merthyr, July 3, 1833. ^LLIAM BRYANT, DAVID W. JAMF.S, WILLIAM JONES, THOMAS ADNEY, WILLIAMS, DAVID WHITTY, ;DAVID DAVIES, WILLIAM RICHARDS, £ HOMAS DARKER, (JEORGE PRICE, ^WARD ROACH, LEWIS WILLIAMS, JJH-UAM WILLIAMS, EDWARD JENKINS, ROBERT SHAW, WILLIAM JONES, in the Chair. "'chard James Todd having reported to this Meeting t0V. Sanies Noble is willing to carry any Goods delivered his Boats by the Nautilut, at least twice a week, and jjV^e other three Carriers, Lewis Williams, Matthew ride, and Christopher James, are now willing to carry ? Goods delivered to their Boats from the Nautilut, i Resolved,—That this Meeting approves of the Goods so ^.uSht by the Nautilut being delivered to the first barge th ,C^ niay ?°in8 ^or Merthyr belonging to either of aforegoing Carriers. tl. esolved,-That R. J. Todd be requested to express to C* ,9oach Proprietors, whose Coaches now run from diu to P'ace» l^at l^e Tradesmen of Merthyr are jj fttisfied with the charges made for the Carriage of *rcels, and that if they make a lower charge a much C0 a',er number of Parcels will be directed to come by *ch than are now so directed. in T. Price having stated to this Meeting that it is contemplation to form a landing place below the Sea *|0 if the Marquis of Bute proceeds with the New Road Bute street to the sea embankments, by which means ^risfV communication will be opened between Cardiff and ved,—That such an improvement as is contemplated JHen every possible encouragement from the Trades.. erthyr. WILLIAM JONES, Chairman, tit\! ol.ved,- That the thanks of this Meeting be given to of y"airman for his kindness in attending to the objects aforegoing Resolutions, and for his conduct on the >^ent occasion. V Pifty per Cent, under any Dentist in the Kingdom. m&L T. TAYLOR AND CO. (If' SURGEON-DENTISTS, hTOHa London, and 101, High Sheet, Worcester,) H ESPECTFULLY tender their professional Ser- *4^ vice8 to the Ladies and Gentlemen of CARDIFF for P*rd'«' t'rne» at Mr. N. Hook's Ship Broker, Angel street, "*o°th Their charg'n«ior Artificial Teeth are 5s. each ')tth • £ 3 a full set^°top or bottom, guaranteed to equal **tr» Ver ^ade, put in on their improved principle, withou lllg the roots, or giving any pain whatever, and re- *tu i° wearer perfect articulation and mastication. 't*ihJ and their invaluable Mineral Teethlput in on their fcdprineiple. n cleaned and rendered white and beautiful; also, *it}, ot"er operation in the Teeth and Gums performed C re* iIUS or Decayed Teeth filled with Gold, Silver, or the 'Or fjj"' Svccedaneum, warranted to preserve the Teeth Yv families or Boarding Schools attended without T T> a C'1arge- .R VEGETABLE TOOTH POWDER being corn- er p«r yegetables, without the mixture of any Mineral *ufi;C'0us *ngredient whatever; its det^Jsive power is C1ent to annihilate those destructive particles which to Gums and the interstices of the Teeth and, *v»h ^Sularly, will preserve the Teeth in a sound state °ld age. can be given to Surgeons in Hereford and ^j^leman wishing to learn a part or the whole of 1,60ve e Profession, may know particulars on application. ^M*0Terfe; *H, aJ 4aylors visit is limited, to prevent disappomt- Mts,rge.*r'y application should be made. *■ i* and Co. iat»*«d visiting Brecon very shortly. MISS MARTHA VAUGHAN1S SCHOOL will again open Monday July the 22nd inst. 1833. Crockherbtown, Cardiff, July 3,1833.. TYNYRHEOL, near NEA TH. THIS Establishment for the Education of YOUNG LADIES will re-open on MONDAY,the22d instant. Cards of Terms may be had by applying to the Misses Thomas, at Tynyrheol. Ju'y, 1833. FOOTMAN WANTED in a Gentleman's family near Abergavenny, who understands his business, and must know how to shave well. A respectable man of good character is required. Apply at the Post Office, Abergavenny. ANTED, TWO SHOPMEN acquainted with the Grocery and drapery Business, and who understand the Welsh language. Unexceptionable re- ferences will be required. Also an APPRENTICE to the above Business, with whom a premiurn will be expected, as he will be treated as one of the family. Addreyss, if by letter post paid, to A. B. Post Office, Merthyr. I ZOOLOGICAL M USEUM. THE Proprietors of the ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM beg most respectfully t° return thanks to the Ladies and Gentlemen resident in Merthyr, and to the public, for the liberal encouragement they have received during their e\hibition, and to announce that they propose on Monday next to proceed to TREDEGAR, and afterwards to NEATH and SWANSEA. WM. AIARSDEN, JN returning his grateful acknowledgments to his Friends for the Supp°rt he ',as received in his Business as Linen and Woollen Draper, Hatter, &c., begs to inform them, that he has disposed of the same to his Brother R. MARSDEN for whom he solicits a continuance of their Favours. R MARSDEN AVAILS himself of thi« the carUest opportunity of informing his Friends and the Public, of his having TAKEN TO THE ABOVE BUSINESS, and most respectfully solicits theirstipport, and that ofthe connexior, of his predecessor, whom he assures that he will ndcavour to retain by a supply of Articles as good in quality as can be procured. Brynmawr, Nantyglo. June 21, 1833. GLAMORGANSHIRE, BOROUGH OF MERTHYR TYDFIL. To PRINTERS, STATIONERS, c. So be UfeflosseU ot b rbate Contract, ALL that old and well-established Trade or Busi- ness of PRINTER, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, and BINDER (to which is attached a good assortment of Drugs, Oils, Colours &c.) no,, carried on by fr. JOHN HOWELL, who is about to retire on account of ill health. The premises, which are very extensive, are situate in the most central part of the town, and are held under a Lease, of which nearly 15 years are now unexpired, and which will be given up to the purchaser immediately on taking possession. The businMS encouraged by nearly the whole of the extensive iron works in the district, and has been established and carried on with success for upwards of 30 years, by Mr. Willia- Williams, Job James, Esq., and the present proprietor, wh° begs to state, for the infor- mation of any person who may be inclined to become a purchaser, that he is now in possession of several agencies which, in the aggregate, yield a good remuneration for the small trouble they require in attending to them, and that such agencies will be transferred by him to the purchaser with a letter of recommendation to the principals in each concern. The Household Furniture, which is modern and in very good preservation, may be taken with the premiscs; and the purchaser will be let into possession and the rcccipt of the profits, on the 29th of September next. For further particulars, and to treat for the purchase, apply, (if by letter post paid) to Mr. John Howell, Stationer, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil. SOUTH WALES. GLAMORGANSHIRE, on the SEA COAST, NEAR CARDIFF Capital Manor Estate of upwards of 1,200 Acres, land tax redeemed, and the Advowson of the Living, with prospect of early presentation. WINSTANLEY and SONS beg leave to apprize the Public, that they are now directed by the Executors of Evan Thomas, Esq., deceased, to OFFER FOR PUBLIC SALE, at the Auction Mart, London, on TUESDAY the 6th of August, at 12, a most valuable and desirable FREEHOLD LANDED INVESTMENT; compming that well known property the Sully Estate, com- prehending nearly the whole of the parish, and including upwards of 1,200 Acres of uncommonly productive Meadow Land, lying within a ring fence, and advantageously situate on the coast, adjoining the Bristol Channel, only about eight miles from the town of Cardiff, from whence there is a constant and easy communication by Steam Vessels with the city of Bristol; together with the Manor or Lord- ship of Sally, the perpetual Advowson, with proepectof early presentation to the rectory of Sully, comprising the Tithes of the whole parish, with a most comfortable and excellent Parsonage House, and about 30 Acres of Glebe Land, presumed to be worth upwards of £ 300 per annum. This property offers a very advantageous opportunity to any person desirous of investing capital in Land, as a very large sum has been expended by the late owner in building new Homesteads, with Windmills, of the best construction for threshing and grinding corn, in making plantations, and improving the land, which is now in the finest possible order and condition. The roads are good, and intersect the Estate most conveniently for leading the crops home, and for the use of the Farms generally. There are also 30 Cottages on the Estate, with a pleasant sea bathing Cottage Residence, called Swanbridge; containing accommodations for a moderate'Mzed genteel family, or as an occasional retreat for the owner, with good Offices, Stabling, Planta- tions, &e. It has been in the contemplation of the Post- Office to make Sully the point of communication between Bristol and Milford, and also of the Marquis of Bute to make a new line of road from Cardiff towards Swanbridge, either of which if carried into effect would materially tend to the improvement of the Property. To be viewed by ticly;ts only, which with particulars may be had of E. P. Richards. Esq. Solicitor, Cardiff; David Thomas, Esq. Solicitor, Brecon; Messrs. Cooke, Solicitors, Bristol; of Messrs. Hanken and Vickerman, Solicitors, South-square, Gray's inn, London, and of Win- stanley and Sons, Paternoster-row. Particulars may also be had at the King's Head and Bell Inns, at Gloucester; and at the Mart. DR. WRIGHTS CELEBRATED PEARL OINTMENT. Under th? »i notion and recommendation of eminent Su e 8 and patronixed by the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry., §c. OR the cure of cancerous, scrofulous, and indolent J- tumours and inveterate ulcers; glandular affections of the neck, erysipelas, scurvy, evil, ritig-worm, scald head, white swellings piles, ulcerated sore legs (if of 20 years standing,) chilblains, chapped hands, burns,scalds, bruises, grocers' itch, and all cutaneous diseases; also an infallible remedy for sore and diseased eyes. In every one of the above distressing complaints this invaluablfe Ointment has effected the most triumphant cures after all other means had failed, and it is strongly recom- mended to families, schools, especially to grocers, never to be without it. TESTIMONIALS. We, the undersigned Surgeons, do certify, that we have known numerous instances of the great efficacy of Dr. Wright's Pearl Ointment,, and we have much pleasure in recommending it to the public at large :— tnen( John Roberts, Thomas Fereday, C Cartwright, Jun., G. Read Shaw, D. Shaw, W. Mainwaring, Francis Geast, and Marmaduke Tompson, Dudley, Worcestershire; H. J. Perry, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire; Charles Reynolds, Wednesbury, ditto- W. H. Freer, Stourbridge, Worcester "hire; W. Evans ditto; Thomas Horton, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire; T. M. Waterhouse, Sedgley,Staffordshire J. H. Culwiek. ditto; Edward Williams, Bala, Merioneth- shire; C. Short, Betley, Staffordshire; J. M. Bloxham, Halesowen, Salop T. Hazlehurst, Claverlev, Salop; R. G. Jones, Pwllhelli, Carnarvonshire. Sold in boxes at 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. each, by Barclay and Sons, London; Jenkins, Merthyr Tydvil Vachel, Cardiff; Bradford, Chepstow; Williams, Swansea; Crutchley, Swansea; Prosser, Brecon; Vaughan, Brecon; Dowding, Monmouth; Walker and Sons, Glocester; Fouracre, Glo- cester; and all Medicine Venders in the kingdom. r N. B. As much mischief is frequently occasioned by the indiscriminate use of strong purgative medicines, Wright's mild Aperient Pill-i," will he found a most invaluable medicine for keeping the stomach and bowels in proper order during the use of the Ointment. Sold in boxes at J.d. each, by all Medicine Venders. } NOTICE. | THE Commit lee of Vestry of Saint Andrew's 1 _t. Parish are ready to receive proposals for the B U I L D. ING of a POOR HOUSE. Particulars of the same to be had on application to Thomas Andrew, Vestry Clerk, Saint Andrews. N. B. This Notice will not be repeated. Saint Andrews, Cardiff, 3rd July, 1833. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of EDWARD BADGER, a Bankrupt, are requested to pay the amount of their respective Debts to Mr. JOHN JONES, e I I Auctioneer, Glebeland, Merthyr; whose receipt shall be to them a sufficient discharge. Also, as it is suspected that some part of the Property of the said Bankrupt has been secreted, any person giving such information to the Auctioneer or Assignee, as shall lead to the recovery of any such property, shall be amply rewarded. E. T. ALLFREY, (Assignee. ) Merthyr, June 22, 1833.
THE MARKETS. CARDIFF, JULY 3 Wheat, 1031b.18s Odlol'Js. ()d. Mutton 6iUo7d Barley 9s. 0d. 10s. Od. Lamb Cul 7d Oats 2^, 3d. 2s. 0<I. Butter <Sd 9<1 Beef, per lb. 0s. Cd. 0s. 7d. Salt do Oil 8.1 Veal. os. 4d. Os. 5d. Fowls, per couple..2s to '2s Oil Oats 2^, 3d. 2s. Cd. Butter 8,1 9,1 Beef, per lb. 0s. Cd. 0s. 7d. Salt do Oil 8.1 Veal. os. 4d. Os. 5d. Fowls, per couple..2s to '2s Oil MERTIIYR, JULY 3. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d Fine Flour (281b1.. 4 Oto0 0 Beef, per lb.0507 Best Seconds 4 6 0 0 Mutton 0 7 0 0 Butter, fresli, per lb 0 10 0 0 Veal. 0 4 0 6 "itto, sait 0 -8 0 0 Lamb, per lb 0 G 0 7 Fowls, per couple 2 0 2 0 Cheese 0 5 0 t Ducks, ditto 2 6 3 6 Bacoij Pigs (201bs.) 7 0 7 6 %gs, pet hundred 4 OtoO 0 Potatoes, per 71b.. 0 2 0 0 COWBRIDGE, JULY 2. Wlieat(W.busli.)7s. Od.toOs. Od. | Veal 0s. 4<1. 0s. 6<] Barley ditto Os. Od. 0s. Od. I Pork 0s. Od. 0s. Od °ats Os. Od. 0s. Od. Lamb 0s. 7d. 0s. 0d Mutton (per lb.J 0s. 6d. 0s. 7d. I Fresli butter 0s. 8d. 0s. 'Jj "eef 0s. 4<1. 0s. 5d. | Eggs (per dozen) 0s. Gd. 0s. 0, d d NEWBRIDGE, JULY 3- Wheat(1681b}17s. Od.to 19s. Od. Oats 8s. 6d. to Os. 0d Barley 8S. Od. to 10s. 0d. MONMOUTH, JUNE 29. Wheat 8s. 4d. Beans g,. Oil Barley 4s. 3d. Pease os. od Oats. 3s. 7d. | CHEPSTOW, JULY 2. Wheat 48s. ad. Oats ig9. g<j Barley ,25s. 4d. | Beans 0s od ABERGAVENNY, JULY 2. VVlieat, perquarterw. £ 2 12 8 [ Barley £ i jg q Oats 1 1 0 1 Beans q 0 0 Pease 0 0 0| BRECON, JULY 2. Wheat (10 gals,)8s. Od.to 8s. 6d. Beef (per lb.) fnl.toOd Barley 4s. Od. 4s. 3d. Mutton Gtl. 7d Oats.4S. od. 4s. 3d. Veal 7j Malt 9s. 0d. 0s. Od. Pork od Pease Os. Od. 0s. 0(1' Fine Floiir(1)ersack).. 43s. 45s Oats.4S. od. 4s. 3d. Veal fill. 7d Malt. 9s. 0d. 0s. Od. Pork. 6d. Od Pease Os. Od. Os. Od' 43s. 45s CUICKIIOWEf', JULY 4. \Vheat, 80lb bushel.. 9s. Ss. C, i Barley 4s. <Jd. Pease Ss, oj Oats 4s. 3d. Butter,' per lb K.l Is. CARMARTHEN, JIJE -9. Wheat <!s. 3d. | Oats ls gj Barley 2s. 8d. | BRISTOL CORN EXCHANGE. j pzft QVART R. I I'Ell QUA RTER. 8. d. S. d. j. d. s. d. Wheat, Red. 44 Ot048 0 Rye. Oto- 0 White 52 0 to 54 0 Beans 32 0 to 36 0 Barley,Grinding21 0 to 22 0 Ticks ..38 0 to 40 0 Malting 24 0 to 30 0 Peas, White 40 0 to 48 0 Oats, Feed. lo 0 to 1<> 0 Halt 54 0 to 58 0 Potatoe.. 13 0 to 20 0 Point 1.30to 200 pru SAOK OF SfsOIb. Flour, Fine 40 0 to 430 Seconds H(> 0 to ,38 0 Thirds 2(i 0 to 28 0 Pollard, per ton !00 0 to 105 0 Bran 90 0 too PRICE OF T.JJU.'fHER AT lHUS'l OJ" d. d. d. d Crop Hides, per lb 12(ol7 Calf Skins 21 to25 English Butts 15 21 Best Pattern Skins 23 24 Bnffaiocs n 12 Common ditto 21 22 Middlings. 12 15 Heavy Skins, per lb. 17 21 Butts 14 is CaifSkius, Irish 13 15 Extra Strong ditto. 18 21 Curried 17 jg Best Saddlers'Hides. 16 18 Welsb. 13 22 Shaved ditto 14 18 Kips, English & W,Isb.. I S Shoebides. 12 13 Shayedditto. 18 to Common ditto n 13 Foreign Kips la 19 Bull ditto 12 13 small Seal Skins is i8 Horse Hides(English).. 12 15 Large ditto 12 j5 Welsh Hides 13 14 Basjls 9 ,3 German ditto i3 jg Foreign Shoulders 10 12 Spanish ditto 17 20 Bellies s jg Shaved do. without butts, Dressing HjdeShou1<lc\'s II 13 9s. Cd. to 12s.6d. each. Bellies m II HorseButts. 12 13 TIJIES OF HIGH WATER AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES NEXT WEEK. Bristol, II SWANSEA. i NEWPORT. il Chepstow. -I '11,- morn. even. morn. even, mokn.jeven. |! morn.(even DAYS. H M. It. M. H. M.I II. M. H- M. H. M. || If. M. jj M Sunday 10 29 10 47 9 14i a 32 10 4 10 22 hlO IGllo 34 Monday.11 511 24 |( 9 5o!C(| 9 10 40j 9 59 jj 10 52 I.'I n Tuesday. II 44] ||]0 29I0 45 II l!>II 3-> II11 31 l'i i7 Wednesday — 4— 24 10 49 IL 9 II 39,11 59 II11 r>r— ji Thursday.. — 50 1 1? n 35' 2 — 25— 52 — 371 I 4 Friday 1 51 2 25 i!_ 36j J 10 I 20; 2 — I 38- 2 i2 Saturday. 3 4 3 43 I,1 1 49! 2 28 !j 2 39; 3 18 || 2 51? 3 39 T MOON'S AGE. List quiriel, July I(), at 7 minutes past 4 morning. PRICE OF METALS IN LONDON, JULY 2. BRITISH IRON. Piffs 5 0 01O 5 10 0 Bars (ton) 7 0 0 to 7 10 0 Bolts and ltods. 710 oto 8 0 0 J1 naps. 10 0 0 to J 0 j 0 0 Plate 10 10 0 to 14 10 0 Car«roal Cardif f. 6 10 0 to 0 0 0 For bd. C-C. N. D. IS to to 0 0 0 P- S. I. 14 0 0 to 15 0 0 Swedish 10 0 to 12 10 O Archangel 10 0 0 to II 0 0 Blocks (cwt.) 325 to 0 0 0 lunots 3 16 0 to 0 0 0 ill Bars .3176to000 plates, boxof 225 shts. 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 No. 1 C 13| by 10 in. 112 0 to 0 0 0 IX I 18 0 to 0 0 0 COPPER. BritishCakos(ton) 94 0 0 to 0 0 0 Sheets, per lb 0 0 11 to 0 0 0 Bottoms (ib.) 0 1 0 to 0 0 0 STEEL. English 24 0 0 to 0 0 0 Swedish, bd. (toij) 16 JO 0 to 17 10 q