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tt'HQjy/* I THE MISSES SOPHIA and MARY WILLIAMS respectfully announce to the Public, their in- tention of OPENING A SCHOOL in BROAD- STREET, in this Town, on MONDAY, the 20th of JANUARY next, for the EDUCATION of YOUNG LADIES. I Particulars will appear in future Advertisements in this Paper. Merthyr Tydfil, Nov. 29, 1833. TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WANTED immediately by a respectable CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, a well educated YOUTH, about the age of 14 years, as an Apprentice. A Premium will be expected. Application to be made, if by letter, post paid, io Mr. William Richards, Chemist, Druggist, and Tea-dealer. TO DRAPERS AND GROCERS WANTED immediately, a stead y active YOUNG MAN, who perfectly understands the above business, he must have a knowledge of the English and Welsh Lan- guages. The most respectable references will be required as to character and ability. Address, if by letter, post paid, to Messrs. Russell and Biown, Biaena Iron Works, near Newport. Reversionary Interest Society. 17, King's Arms Yard, toietiianstree.1 LUNDON, Chairman—JOHN WELLS, Esq. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN-JOHN WRAY, Esq. DIRECTORS. James C. C. Hell, Esq. I'tioinas Price. ]sq. Jjlin Chapman, Esq. Thomas Stooks, Esq. Thomas Ureg, E^q. Alfred Thorp, Ksq. William Greaves, E<q. Thumas Vi^ne, !isq. Sir Win. Hevgate, Barr. William Whitmoro, Esq. Goo. Henry Hooper, Esq. Jacob Geo. Wrench, Esq. Henry Hughes, E-q. AUDITORS-john Thomas, Esq. John Peter Rasch, Esq. Robert Davies, Esq. ACTUA R Y-G Davies. Esq. FRS. Solicitor—George Stephen, Esq. T^HIS Office was established in the year 1833. for J the purpose of receiving proposals for the sale of Re- versionary Property and Policies of Assurance on Lives Daily attendance is given from ten to four o'clock, and forms for submitting proposals may be obtained gratui- tously, and every facility afforded for he earliest comple- tion of the purchases of property tendered for sale. All communications are requested to be post paiJ. WI J;f,I \I SIM,-Secretary. ABERDARE. 150 be j&ollJ b» Eucttott. BY MR. JOHN* JONES, At the Boot-Inn, ABERDARE, on TUESDAY, the 17th DECEMBER, 1833, at 12 o'clock precisely, (subject to the conditions of sale then to be pro- duced.) ALL those NINE DWELLING-HOUSES and Gar dens, situate near the village of Aberdare, in the county of Glamorgan, (commonly known by the name of C/olers- Row.) The premises are held under a lease from the term of 93 years, from the 25 Maich, li06, at the yearly rent of ±7 7s. payable half yearly. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer, or at the office of Mr. E. P. Richards, Cardiff. PEMBROKESHIRE—SOUTH WALES. MR FREDERICK BRAITHWAITE IS DIRECTED arc &rU i>2 liitblt'c auction, At the Marini.r's Inn, HAVERFORDWEST, on Saturday, thf 14th day of Dwpmbrr. 1833 HPHE MANOR or REPUTED MANOR of J_ JOHNSTONE, with its Rights, Privileges, and Appurtenances, together with the valuable and important Freehold Estates of Johnstone Hall, Bolton Hill, Harrold- stone. Silver Hill, and Haylet, situate most delightfully near the Sea Port and Market Town of Haverfordwest, not far from the King's Dock Yards of Pater, and only a short distance from Pembroke and Milford, in a most beautiful and improving Cjuntiy. These Estatesare estimated to contain about 1864 Acres. more or less, of rich productive Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, with fine thriving Plantations, divided (more particularly the Farm of Haylet, which is tythe free) 11110 lots for the convenience of purchasers. Part of the Property adjoins the Farm of Haverford- west, and the remainder is only a short distance from it. A principal portion of the Estates abound in Culm, and another has Limestone in considerable quantity. The Property may be viewed by application to the ten- ants, and printed particulars may be had of Mr. Harvey, Gloucester Row, Haverfordwest of Mr. Frederick Braithwaite, 103, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbnrs', London where a map of the Estates may be now seen, from Messrs. Howe, Heptinstall and Whittaker, 10, New Square, Lincoln's lun, London, and at the principal Inns at Swansea, Carmarthen, Cardigan, Aberystwith, and Haverfordwest. ~|V| OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the Twenty-eighth day of November, instant, an order was signed by John Bruce Bruce, and William Thomas, Ksqrs. two of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and j for the County of Glamorgan, for diverting, turning, and stopping up a certain part of the highway within the parish of Aberdare, and hundred of Miskin, in the said County of Glamorgan, lying between the town of Merthyr lidvil and the village of Aberdare, commencing at or near a certain lane or road called the Werfa-lane, leading from the said highway to a certain messuage or dwelling- house, called Merfa situate in the said parish of Aberdare, and terminating at a certain point of the said highway opposite to certain cottages or dwelling-houses situate near Abernant Forges, in the said parish of Aberdare, now in the occupation of JAne John, widow, John Richards, Benjamin Jones, and Edward Williams, for the length of one thousand and seventy two arils or thereabouts, and of the breadth of twelve feet" upon a medium and in lieu thereof, to make a new highway through the lands and grounds of the Most Honourable the Marquess of Bute and Earl of DII-flies, of the length of nine hundred and ninety one yards or thereabouts, arid of the breadth of eighteen feet or thereabouts, commenc- ing from a certain point of the said old highway, at or near the Werfa-lane aforesaid, and communicating with the said old or present highway at or near to the said cottages or dwelling-houses, in the occupation of Jane John, widow, John Richards, Benjamin Jones and Ed- ward WiiiiaMS ds aforesaid, and that the said order will be lodged with the clerk of the peace for the sain C mnty, at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be hoideii at Cardiff in and for the said Cjuntv, on the thirty first dav of December next-, and al;o that the said order will at the said Quarter Sessions be ennarmed and enrolled, unless upon an appeal against the same to he then made, it be otherwise determined. Dated this twenty ninth day of November, 1833. MEYRICK & DAVIES. Solicitors. Golden Lion (Ty Melyn) Inn and Tavern 1 HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA. THOfflAS SERLF,, (Successor to Mrs. Davies) BEGS to return his grateful thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for their kind favours during the short time he has resided at the above Inn, aud respectfully announces that he has OPENED A WINE AND SPIRIT WAREHOUSE where articles of superior quality are kept, and which he can safely rt-cornmend. In addition to the House he has erected separate Apart ments which will be found more select and comfortable. T. S. flatters himself that by strict attention and punctu- ality to merit a continuance of their patronage and support, which will be his constant study to meriu 8.. An Ordinary every day at one o'clock; good Stabling, lock-up Coacb-houses, well-aired Beds, &c. NEWSPAPERS from every County regularly filed at DEACON'S COFFEE-HOUSE. Waibrook, near the Royal Exchange, London. Also, Scotch and Irish, Guernsey and Jersey, Sydney, Hobart Town and Swan River papers. The London papers and Periodicals on the tables as soon as published. Advertisements punctually inserted in every British and French paper. N.B. Agent for Galignani't Messenger.—Refreshments on the most economical scale. Shorts of the JFtelU* THE SPORTSMAN is pub ished every Saturday, Price Three Halfpence; and in Monthly Parts, con- taining Five Numbers and a Wrapper, Price 81. The object of this Publication is to give practical directions on a:l matters connected with Shooting, Hunting, Coursing, and Angling Training of Dogs and Horses, &e. &e. Each subject is treated in its proper season and it is a leading feature of the Work to encourage a taste for the Manly Sports, avoiding altogether those subjects which tend to ~.al'se an<* degrade the more noble attributes of Man. ThePENNY BELLE ASSEMBLEE anew Fashionable ^lterary and Musical Magazine, edited by Mrs. CoRNWF.LL IS('N» is published every Saturday. The Cnlnnr/l p^rt cCi conta'ns ^'ve Numbers, and a first stvle The Wt,lt M°mh!y Fashions> finished in the Fashionable DreSs "^eUished W"h p."ts of the most •P U • as they arrive weoklv from Paris Tne Music is original, and by the best Conp,seTs. The Literary Matter is of the first class, and calculated both to amuse and instruct. lo < N. B. An Alphabetical Index and Title Page to the first 40 Numbers of The Maids', Wives', and Widows- Magazine, Pr.ce Id. M now ready for delivery. Communication* for either of the above Publications should be addressed (post paid) to the respective Editors at the Office, 49, HolYwell-street, S-.raiid-May be had by order, through all Booksellers. J •

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