I ^Cardiff and bristdii. I Val ^he ^ew ant* Swift Going Steam Wlllyl > Packet, NAUTILUS, 60,Horse Power, k JOHN ALLEN, Commander, 60,Horse Power, k JOHN ALLEN, Commander, A Is to ply on the following Days :— tf x, FROM CARDIFF. ^•••.25.MONJ>AY afternoon I | 27.WEDNESDAY 4 £ morning. H 29.FRIDAY 6 morning. ijt 114 FROM BRISTOL. K. 23.SATURDAY 1 afternoon. 26.TUESDAY 3 £ afternoon. IK 28.THURSDAY 9i raorning 30.SATURDAY 5 morning. AFTER CABIN, 5S. v For further Particulars, see Hand Bill. ■ p Goods for Cardiff taken in at Cumberland Bastn, M Chaplain, Agent; and at No. 12, Quay Street, W*- Cj St°i* ^er "'°'ln G. Jones, Agent; also for Merthyr, brin' Gowbridge, Llantrissent, and Bridgend, New 1 8hogM',Aberdare' ^c' being of importance that she 'cave Bristol immediately she fleets, in order to lies6 H PassaSe to Cardiff the same Tide, it is re- Ujj ^at Carriages and Horses intended to be Shipped, filing S'11 down previous to the time advertised for J(TEET OFFICE,—St. Mary street, Cardiff, RICHARD ^^fODD, Agent. BRISTOL AND NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, HtwO. WILL SAIL '2?%vi ,y|Jlf|\ During the NEXT WEEK, AS FOLLOWS AS FOLLOWS j £ 25 it FROM BRISTOL, 26* T 0>iDA Y 5,J mom 4 after M gr' "f-SDAY 6 inorn 4J after ■ '28* t Ed^sday 6 morn 5 after M 29* .,Hl'RsDAY 6*J morn 10 morn ■ 30* <JRii>ay 7 morn 10J morn ATORDAY 7 J morn 11 morn 1 85Y,m FROM NEWPORT. 1 26* T°NI)ay Sj morn 3 after. I 27* nrUESl)AY 9 mom •• 3i after 28* T EDnesday- 5 inorn 4 after 'HURSDAY 5 morn 4^ after 80* „RlI)AY 6 mom 5 after ^turday. 6 morn 5j after Ohil^ARF'S:—After Cabin, 4s—Fore-Cabin, 2s. ren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is. To j *ro same Day, provided a To and Fro Ticket is p0 taken, After Cabin 6s Fore-Cabin 3s. ^Qtsel he<:1 Carriage- 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto,. 10s.; ^*»sen eac^' i Carriage drawn by one Horse with one .Pore-C' 15. Horse and Rider, After-Cabin, 7s ditto 6s- ^)roPr*et°'*s of the above Packets GIVE *eoger» ^at lhey will not be accountable for any Pas- ''llggage, nor will they be answerable for any or Parcel (if lost or damaged, unless 4Qd :r at e'tiier of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; ^4rfiatr -(>Ve t'ie va'ue °f 40s. entered at its value, and Booljj^6 111 proportion paid tor the same at the time of ^ket-OK "faces, Rownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, Newport. JOHN JONES, Agent. Daily. FIF.-Coaches between Newport and Cardiff, MDlkF AND ^ERTHYR-—A. Coach between Cardiff *(tin CIf every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, ^°te| ~rara the Rummer Tavern and Steam Packet } at 6 o'clock morning, and from Merthyr | PQ\ evening. ° 3 j tvwre YUOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily j Tret> l^ese P'aces and Newport. *el|y Egar IRON WORKS,through Abercarn and Bed- Pon^; Coach Daily between these places and New at ^ewP°rt about 10 o'clock morning, and out 3 o'clock afternoon. 835. J^RDIFF AND BRISTOIi. ^'ie New and beautiful Fast Sailing 'STr Vii Steam Packet, LADY CHABLOTTE, Two Engines 30 Horse Power Each, Will JOHN ALL WARD, Commander, Sail during May, with Passengers and Goods, as follows:— iCAV FROM CARDIFF. "•••26.TliESDA'i 4 afternoon. ^8.THURSDAY 5 afternoon. 30.SATURDAY 6 morning. -4\' FROM BRISTOL. MONDAY 3 afternoon. *7. WEDN ESDA Y. 4 afternoon. 29.FRIDAY 5 morning. Chi PARE, :—After Cabin, 5s.—Fore Cabin, 3s. Cb.1 dren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is. K p t%h etnale Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin.—Re- ^°Hr 'laC' °n on m°derate Terms. b8 > V eel Carriage, 2ls.; Ditto drawn by One Horse, aii!i0i^r'1ee' Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each: j '^er» After Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d. 1 pas,for the LADY CHARLOTTE must be sent to j J" they etvfffice. Clare Street Hal!, Marsh Street, Bristol, f *S». in be received on Board at the Cumberland SoU1!? necessary the Packet should leave e 'ostant she fleets, in order to make her Pas- Hofjf l'le satne Tide, it is requested that Carriages tii'6* 'nay brough' down Half an Hour previous ^vertised for Sailing. 01,1 e»ri. ',„0wbri<ine, and. Bridgend.—Coaches to and /!•« J»1 *tr**senfe' ^el-daw, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, i„ T a''d Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these iq <rr,val °c j UP Canal Boats and Waggons immediately \>Wh c' °n fS3 ordered by any particular conveyance, rT^ousfw-u' w' ^eP0S'ted in the Steam Packet M i 0(]J p called ior.—Freight to be paid on delivery. St 0 Kin»H ?' Parcels'&c. &c. forwarded to all parts v?111 PaJt without delay, when sent to either of their .Ol'Icket Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. I if- Oot he Proprietors of the above Steam Packet f (if l0,t accountable fnr any Cabin Passengers' Lug- PassPn°r ^ged; above the value of £ 2, nor for any +1 °ers ^uggage (if lost or damaged) above the liv'^U jn~ • unless in each case entered as such, and f, hq roporii°n paid for the same at the time of de- the J" iW they be answerable for any other Parcel t andaf ue °f £ 2 (if lost or damaged) unless entered • i* the r'ght 'n proportion. ^i. •'ishii eraiination of the Proprietors to render this O^t.JY11 one °f the most desirable means of com- I 4<>d ^ria? p een Bristo1 and Soutl1 Wales- An excel- ^hi fack 'S °Pened between the Town of Cardiff .Ppine p et Station, affording the greatest facility for fttr^rria6es. Horses, &c. O obtaier '"formation as to Freight, &c. will be Wj cket b> applying '<> Mr Donovan, Agent, at O1' Prin, » e' on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr W. H. s Street, Bristol. °R CORNS AND BUNNIONS. «rj- ROTTERDAM CORN and 'tood^'icati SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the total, test0llf ^bis valuable preparation, which has eradic ° for the last fourteen years, in •Hd ^c* 8 Corn? and Bunniu ns, without pain or vin^ 4ti0l)j » needs' little of the Proprieto r's recom- th* t m 1 euio?y being in a trial of its infallible s^^Jf°rnzwil1 prove:- » *tid ri°Us r several Corns for some years past, and 'ven had016"d*'thout success, was induced by a to gjy ,receirtitr great relief from the use of your 6 fl a trial, and to my utter astonishment a!nr? it6r three or four applications, the very Afjj ong standing companions entirely disap- I am yours obliged, >et P^ed and „ W. G. RAY. J?CIR A ithout SHARWOOD, 55, Bishopsgate -Jydvji at't]"1 'fttle^j at Is. l £ d and Is. 9d. and by fec0n' j Gazette and Guardian Office, Merthyr .a,id Hie ,'nsr'MeithyrTydvil j and idr. Williams, S«i8k for An^l^Vl- tK^'de *ee tk. am 8 Rotterdam corn and bunnion ^(tle aPPer &T is written on the l°s«bstiJ„teinP,s having been made by imitating e a spurious article. I THE SCHOONER CARDIFF PACKET, D. JONES, Master, Is now Loading, at COTTON'S WHARF, Tooley Street, London, FOR CARDIFF, NEWPORT, MERTHYR, ABERGAVENNY, BRECON, MONMOUTH, PONTYPOOL, COWBRIDGE, BRIDGEND, AND PLACES ADJACENT, And will positively sail on THURSDAY, the 2Sth of MAY, 1S35. For Freight, &c. apply to the Master on board; Mr. R. Burton, jun. Newport Mr. Thomas Richards, Aberga- venny Messrs. Winstone, Prosstr and Co. Brecon Mr. Smith, the Wharfinger, London; or to Mr. Fairclough, Agent to the Cardiff and London Shipping Company, at Cardiff. London, May 15, 1835. DEEDS not WORDS, are the maxims of the day and to obtain public favour it is alone necessary »o deserve it. The principles of honest dealing require that the trades- man should get a profit, though a moderate one, the AltTIZAN remunerating wages, and Families be supplied at the lowest rate which these combined objects can effect; on this basis HENRY L. COOPER offers the character and credit of an establishment of upwards of half a century in existence, as a pledge for the fulfilment of his engage- ments with his best friends and patrons-the PUBLIC. To realize the professions of this brief address, H. L. C. s°J<d« a "tT of his STOCK of PLATE-GLASS, CA- BINET and CHAIR WORK, UPHOLSiERY.&c.atthe prices required for them, and fearlessly challenges competi- f^Sitcd qualities of FASHION, MATERIAL, MANUFAC1URE, and COST; 93, Bishopsgate-street Within, and at his WESTERN Branch, 57, Conduit-street, Regent-street. Among the variety of articles above referred to, will be found, LOOKING-GLASSES of every denomination and size, varying from one foot to eighty feet and upwards; PLATE-GLASS for windows, carnages, &c. which possss great advantages over crown, and when required for exportation, a considerable draw- back obtained. Annexed are the prices of current Sizes of Plate-glasses, for sashes, &c. w Inches Inches Inches f 15 18 20 22 23 28 3 i„ f 7 "r £ 9 'l £ s 8 ,l £ 8 £ 8 £ il I „ 1 I 0 o 10 6 o II 9'o 13. 8« 15 >' '> J6 !o n o t ° 5o 11 10 o 13 2 o 15 3 0 i fi H 10 90li 60,3 °!° 14 e;oi6iioi9 b 1 6 !'? ? «oi2 7 <'14 4 o I» 11 o 18 lc 1 II"' 3 14 U 11 2 o 13 9 o 15 k'0 1? e'l o 9 1 3 111 b 1 150 12 I »> 14 il 0 jg 2li0 19 21 2 8 1 6 I' 8 |6 0 13 0 o 10 0 o 18 fi' I 0 1<> 1 4 7 1 8 o I lo o 17 0 13 1) o 17 4 1 1) „i 2 7 1 6 fil 9 9 1 11 1° 18 0 14 II o 18 9 1 6'i 4 3 1 8 21 U 6 f 13 9 19 0 15 10 I 0 21 3 2 1 5 111 9 8 I 13 2 1 15 7 200 16 ,1 I 1 6} 4 e!l 7 01 11 3 1 15 o( 17 6 22 0 19 2 1 4 3 7 ell lo 3 1 14 5 1 18 62 1 3 25 1 2 8 1 8 2 1 11 3I I4 5 1 19 1|2 3 9 2 6 11 28 1 6 II 11 6 115 0 I 18 6 2 3 9l? 9 "2 12 6 30 I 8 2 i 13 9 I 17 6 2 1 3 2 6 11 2 12 6 2 16 3 32 I 10 0 1 16 0 2 0 0 2 4 o 2 lo o|2 16 «> 3 o o 34 1 11 10 1 18 3 2 2 fil-2 6 9 2 13 2 2 19 6 3 3 9 36 1 13 9 2 0 6 2 5 0 2 9 6 2 16 3 3 3 o 3 7 6 38 1 15 7 2 2 9 2 7 fi'2 12 3 2 19 4 3 6 6 3 II 3 40 1 17 6 2 5 0 2 9 j|2 15 c 3 2 6 3 lo o 3 14 5 Or any sizes containing from three feet to eight feet, at 9s. per foot; thus a plate being 30 inches by 18 inches con- tains three feet nine inches superficial measure, and costs U. 13s. 9d. as per above tariff. All under three fee,super- ficial at a reduction. SECOND-HAND LOOKING-GLASSES, Several superb glasses, varying in size eight feet, nine feet, 10 feet, and upwards in leuth, by five feet and nve feet six inches in width, at a considerable reduction from the present tariff prices. Or Lent on Hire by the month or season. CARVING AND GILDING. in all its branches, with an assortment of Splendid Frames for Chimney, Pier, Cheval, and Toilet Glasses; Paintings aud Prints mounted, framed, and regilt. PAPER HANGING in every decorative department, aud in the first style of neatness and elegance, with a rich variety of new patterns. CABINET AND CHAIR WORK manufactured of the most seasoned materials, and for ex- portation, of a solidity to suit the warmest climate, and comprises in this general stock every novelty lately in- troduced. Steam and Sailing Vessels, promptly fitted up with Cabin Furniture and Passengers' Requisites. IN THE UPHOLSTERY ARRANGEMENT the greatest attention is paid to unite elegance with economy In character for the Drawing-room, Boudoir, Dining-room, Library, and Bed-chambers, from the most quiet to the most costly styles, with a handsome assortment of silks, tabaretts, figured damasks, chintz, &c. always on show. CARPETING of the fabric, especially made for the first upholstery houses, viz. Brussels, Kidderminster, and Venetian; also a few of tne much admired Velvet Pile Carpets, Hearth-rugs, Drug- gets, Baize, Floor-cloth, &c. BEDDING BLANKETS, &c. well seasoned, real Dantzic Feathers, also equally prepared light downy Feathers for second and third rate Beds, Elastic Spring Hair and Wool Mattrasses real Witneys, fine Bath and York Blankets, Marseilles Quilts and Counterpanes. In the articles of Bedding, Blankets, &c. so essentially important to all, H. L. C. is determined that no trader shall supply them on better terms. HOUSE-AGENCY. A register kept at both establishments for the disposal or procuring of every description of Houses, Furnished or Unfurnished, Estates, &c. Properties surveyed, and fix- tures appraised. FUNERALS furnished and conducted with the greatest propriety, and with every consistent regard to economy. Families in the Country may command the most approved aste, by being waited on at Home with Patterns—and designs made on the spot, calculated to harmonise with the plans, proportions, and decorations of the rooms; and their orders delivered and fixed on terms forming a very small addition to the first cost by the system adopted by this concern. With this short enumeration of the leading articles of his trade, and the very favourable terms on which he under- takes to supply thew, Henry L. Cooper Appeals to all Classes for a continuation of that flattering preference hitherto afforded his house, 93, Bishopsgate Street Within Western Branch, 57, Conduit Street, Regent Street. CHOLERA. FROM the great relief and effectual cures afforded to so many Thousands who were afflicted with the above Coqiplaint during the last Summer, in London and other parts of the country, and its general use in the London Hospitals, the Proprietor, at the request of some of the most eminent of the Faculty, has been indaced to offerhis SVTHERIAL ESSENCE OF GINGER to the notice of all Families where medical aid is not im- mediately available. It is likewise recommended to all Cold, Phlegmatic, Weak and Nervous Constitutions, and is certain in affording relief in the Heartburn, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Sensation of Fulness, Pain and Oppres- sion after Meals also those Pains of the Stomach and Bowels, which arise from Gouty Flatulencies; also in Chotics, Spasms, Cramps, Lowness of Spirits, Hysterical AffectIons j likewise in Sciatica and Chronic Rheumatism; Digestion, however much impaired, is restored to its pristine state by the use of this Essence for a short time, if taken in ale, porter, cider, coffee, or tea it corrects their flatulent tendency, which debars so many from par- taking of those beverages. For the Proprietor to make any comment on the superiority of this Essence over any other would be supeifluous, when the undersigned and 158 other eminent Medical Gentlemen have given their un qualified approbation of it. Prepared by D. Woodhouse, Operative Chemist, King William street, London Bridge, and sold in Bottles 2s. 6d. 4s. 6d. and 10s. 6d. each. May be had of Mrs. Jenkins, Merthyr Tydfil, Mr. AVilliains, Chemist and Druggist, Brecon and Merthyr Tydvil, Mr. Evans, Carmarthen, and all Medicine Venders. PATRONS. James Johnson, Physician to His Majesty. A. T. Holroyd, Physician to the Marylebone Dispensary. Thomas Hodgkin, Physician to Guy's Hospital. S. Ashwell, M D. Physician to Guy's Hospital. A. Middleton, Physician to the Leamington Hospital. Charles Louden, Physician to the Leamington Bathing Institution. R. Rowley. Physician to the Aldersgate Dispensary. F. Tyrell, Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital. F. Salmon, Consulting Surgeon to St. John's Hospital. íto.l Ua1aar)t AND GENERAL FURNISHING DEPOT, 7, UNION STREET, BRISTOL. THE Proprietors have the honor of announcing to the Inhabitants of Glamorganshire, and neighbouring ..?0unl,es'm_addi"0a.1t0' ^>1* S.ock-a splendid accession of British and Foreign manufactures, comprising the most nlegant, Novel, and Useful Articles of the day L. & Co. beg respectfully to direct the attention of their numerous Friends to the subjoined Catalogue, particular- el isiug a small portion of their Stock, who may elicit from the affixed genuine pricei a confirmation of their professions They will continue to sell the same quality articles at the same low prices that have ever characterised their Esta- blishment, and to receive Visitors to inspect their splendid Stock as heretofore, not expecting any to purchase unless compatible with their wishes. THE QUALITY OF EVERY ARTICLE FAIRLY STATED, AND THE LOWEST PRICE ASKED, FROM WHICH NO ABATEMENT IS MADE. STERLING SILVER FORKS and SPOONS, fiddle pattern, made to a»y weight, 7s 2il per oz. ELEGANT CHASED PLATE, in Colfèe and Tea Services*warranted new, including the Basin and Eiver, elegantly gilded, 9.6,1 per 07, 'm<rle'"»le weights Salvers, Baskets, Cruet", Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays. Goblets, Cufjs. Dessert Knives and Forks, and every article in General use. Always a great variety of second-hand Plate on sale. p',e n,"H liberal prices allowed tor old e> either in cash or exchange. WATCHES, GOLD and SILVER, of and Geneva manufacture, on e lever, horizontal, vertical, and wpe/,t>n=; principles; a Gold Gent-va atch, fl,,t ail(j p^gani. for £ 5. las. Gold Watches, cases Si! Jl'8 highly ornamented, £ S 8s.; ver Patent Levers, with all the latest provement8, highly finished, £ 6. erueal do. do. £ '2 15s A few sei ond- W » u^alt'he8 very chehp. Every atch sold at this Establishment Is warranted. GOLD JEWELLERY.—A complete j111 fashionable assortment of sniterior «Wn.m,ide articles in suits, Necklaces, uanis, Ear-riog«, Rinf?s, Brooches, '^kets, Sells, Keys, &c. amongst „ i(;h will be found a gplendil assort- "ient of Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, &c. Gentlemen's Guard chains. stand- ard solid sold, newest pattern, Ii yard 'ngo, £ 44-1.; Ladieo Neck Chalu3, do. do. from £4. IMITATIVE GOLD JEWELLERY. alld English, ill endless variety, at one t, nili the price of gold. and warranted to retain their beiut.ful color, set in cameo. Stone. Enamelled ^,ul_ Roman carl Suits, Ear rings, 'ains. Bracelets, Combs Brooches, Wead Ornaments, all executed in close imitation of gold. The St. ck is con- stantly receiving the newest patterns An elegant C imeo suit,complete foi £ 5. SHEFFIELD PLATED WARES, with strons; silver edges,* comprising Tea and Ci.ffie Urns, and Services, JJpergnes, Wine Coolers, Dishes and Covers, Side Dishes, Salvers, Branches, Candlesticks, Cruet, L-qucur, £ gg and Pickle Frames, Coasters, Wine Car- riages, Cake Baskets, &c. &c. Several second-hand superior plated articles now on 1 and. Plated on steel, best quality, Table Forks and Spoons,30s. Dessert do. do. 26s. per doz. Dessett Knives and Fùrks, Silver, Pdarl and Ivory Handles, from 458 per dozen pair. MERRY'S BRITISH PLATE, or Imitation Silver. of the finest quality a beautiful solid, Whit., and (lucti4 metal, possessing all the tine-pronerties of silver Table Fjrks and Spoons, 30g per dor: Dessert ditto, 26s and all other articles in general a". FANCY CABINET WORK.—One of the largest, most varied, a-d (quality estimated) cheapest atncks in ihe empire. Elegant Silk lined, Pearl in laid, lto,e. wood Work-boxes: 9 inch, Ss. 61I.; 10. inch, 95 6d: II inch, tOsfid Spanish Mahogany Desks, 10s Rose wood, Pearl inlaid ditto, 14s; all warranted sound work: seven.1 splendi.J Buhl Cabinets; 500 Larlieso ati(i Gentlemen's Dressing Oases, from 4s 6d to 50 guineas. Elegant Bull Musical Dressing Tables Leather Travelling Desks and Dressing Cases; Musical Work bo\es, &c. CLOCKS.-A most unique collection of Parisian and Geneva (Irmoln, Ala. baster, Lbouy, China, Skeleton, and other Clocks, with or wilbout lDui,, in designs embracing the most popular classical and historical sulyicts, from £ ?. to 70 guineas, Knglish bracket and Kouod dial eiglu-daj Clocks, manufac- tured by the proprietors, from 41. MUSICAL BOX ES.-A variety of un- usually powerful pieces, comprising a very clloice selection of t-vt!rtiil es and airs,—300 small two-tune ditto,20s each. An immense Assortment of French and Gettriati ACCO,iDIONS,witli improved instruc ions STOURBRIDGE CUT GLASS, of wliich the proprietors are manufac- turers, in the greatest variety, at IiX. tremely low prices. H andsume cut Wine Glasses, from-7s. 8.1 per doz. Strong half-pint Tumblers, cut, 10s 61 per doz, Cut quart Decanters, tro.ii 98 per pair CUTLERY.—A very general Stock of Table and Fancy, by approved makers. -A set of best Ivorv four-inch balance- handle Knivts and Fork* of 50 pieces by Sansom and Sons, King's Cullers) 55". The Royai Adelaide aud Victoria Table Cutle y. TEi TRA YS.-A great variety in l'apier Machee, richly ornamented, from 4110, per set of three. Japanned It on ditto, from 12s per set of -three, A general aasorlm.-nt of Papier Alacbee and Japanned Wares, and every de. siription of general Furnishing Iron- mongery. Magnificent CHIMNEY GLASSES, of every size.-A 11 descriptions of Dres- sins; Glasses, ip M ihogany frames. LAMPS.—Adapted for drawing or dining-room, hall, vas4e. study, &c. in Ormolu, Bsonie or Glass, in abund- ant varicU- A handsome Table Lamp for 25w; An Etiuscau ditto, for hill or passage, 14 s. LUSTRES in Glass. Bronzp or Ormolu LONDON BRONZE URNS, and KET f LYS.-A full size handsome Tea Urn, 21. FENDERS, Bronze and Brass, Fire Irons, Bi as-es, ifec. BRITANNIA METAL GOODS, best qualitv onlv. BRASS CORNICE POLES, cut to any length, from 2s per foot. Bands, ends, & eeneral Curtain paraphernalia. CHESS MEN and BOARDS, English and India. BAGATELLE TABLES of first-rate m»ke, tilted f(,r playing four uames, 3110,. SNUFF BOXES, British and Foreign, Gold, Silver, Peari, S.otch, fie. also Ciuar Cases CARD CASES, Gold, Silver, Ivory, Pearl, T01 toiseshell, Papier & Leather. SPECTACLES, fine Gold, with. real Pebbles, 35; sterling Silver, with real Pebblea, 15*s, with Glass 10- 6d fine blue Steel 3s 6d. MUSICAL, PHILOSOPffICAL, MATHEMATICAL, and OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.—Barometers Ther mome, ter., Telescopes, Microscopes,&c. Six-keyed Bugles- best make, by San- bach and Wyatt. 34s.. A large Stock of UMBRELLAS, and PAIiASOLS. Mordan's and other Gold and Silver Pencil Cases. COMBS of every description, in Tor- tohesliell, &c. ScOnt Bottles, and Vine«ar(>t!es. FANCY SILVER ARTICLES.. wiLh or without Cases. Genuine Eau de Cologne, 12s case.- Pa?iiles& Burners; Toilet Ornaments. HYDROGEN LAMPS, for producing instantaneous light • HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING, and oiher BRUSHES; Carpet Baes: Clogs 3. per pair; French slipper., 2.. Bronze INKSTANDS, from Is to 10 gs and ornaments of every description. GUNS& PISTOLS, new and second- hand, in immense variety; general Sporilng paraphernalia. CHIMNEY ORNAMENTS,in Vases, and figures of Knglish, Parisian, Dresden,and India China. TOYS-Aii almost endless variety of the most amusing & instructive description. GOLD, SILVER, and PRECIOUS STONES; Bought, or taken in Payment as Cash.—Several Splendid CLOCK MUSICAL P1CIURES, as large as six feet bv five. LAMPS, GLASS, SILVER, &c. Lent Out on Hire.-Nferchant Captains, and the Trade Supplied. c T Trv v GootdsPac&df°r the. Country free of expense, and Orders by Post strictly attended to. COM PIFTFIY tnrlnd^n^L h 7-. 7^k- £ l°. Furuish> ^at they undertake to FURNISH HOUSES their svstpii/idln wnH in°t)<»i eS Furniture, manufactured under the inspection of the Principal stipulated sum ars Goods required for thp House, and contract to complete the same for a All Articles bought at the Bazaar exchatiged, ifnot approved; and every consistent Accommodation to Purchasers. For Sale on Commission, an Elegant Circular-end highly-ornamented 6-octave PIANO-FORTE, by Broadwood,' lately cost 501. for 33 Guineas also a second-hand Square Instrument, by Clementi, for 10 Guineas. No Business Transacted on SATUnBAYSuntil Evening. DGTO And Chemical Establishments, HIGH STREET, BRECON, AND HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDVIL, (Wholesale and Retail.) T WILLIAMS, begs leave to return his sincere Thanks to his Friends, and the Public in general, for the.very liberal Support he has received since his com- mencement in Business. He assures them it will ever be the object of his ambition to deserve their Patronage, which he hopes to do by selling the best Articles at the lowest possible prices. Surgeons, Chemists, and the Public at large, are respect- fully invited to the examination of some novel and highly useful Mechanical Inventions, and to Ede's Portable Che- mical Laboratory, comprising above) 90 select aad useful Test Reagents and appropriate Apparatus, for performing an extensive course of instructive experimental Chemistry. Price £ 1 lis. 6d.and £ 2 2s. Od. This Apparatus accom- panied with Testimonials of its superiority from the highest scientific authorities, in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen. By Royal Letters Patent, Maw's newly invented Domestic Medical Machine, for ad- ministering Lavements or Injections of Warm Water, for preserving the Intestinal Canal in a state of regular and healthy action, requiting no preparation beyond the mere act of opening the case. Maw's improved Breast Pump, for effectually relieving the Breasts of Nurses. P.S. Maw's Instruments, Surgical and Domestic, sup- plied on the lowest terms. DR. glees PULLS, FOR THE CURE OF Indigestion, Biltous and Liver Complaints, Habitual Cos- tiveness, Fevers, Inflammations, Gout, Rheumatism, Erysipelas, Scorbutic Affections, Cutaneous Eruption*. Intestina Worms, Jaundice, Dropsies, Sfc. for preserving the Constitution, strengthening the Stomach, and am- proving the general health. DURING a practice of upwards of forty years, the late Dr. Clee employed with unvaryingsuccess these valuable Pills, and much of his celebrity may be attributed to the beneficial effects resulting from their use. The high repute in which he was deservedly held, and the acknowledged efficacy of his treatment, render it almost needless for us to dilate on the value of the Medi- cine now recommended, yet as the compounders of Dr. Clee's Herbaceous Pills, we may here assure the Public they are prepared solely from the Vegetable Kingdom, re- main uninjured if kept any length of time, and retain their virtues in all climates. These Pills are admirably adapted for removing all im- purities of the blood, and correcting bad digestion, they* promote a healthy action of the Liver, allay Acidity of the Stomach, and give tone to the digestive organs, are par- ticularly calculated for lois of appetite or lowness of spirits,and will be found truly serviceable inremoving Nausea, Giddi nf>& £ at Headache. I They are superior in point of efficacy to any Medicine yet discovered in eradicating all Scorbutic Affections and Eruptions on the Skin. Enclosed with each Bor. are full and explicit directions. Prepared from the Recipe of the late Dr. Clee, of Strefford, agreeably to his express directions, by W. HARDING and CO. Surgeons, 2, Charles Street, Soho, London; and sold, by their Agents at the Gazette and Guardian Office and Mr. Williams, Chemist and Drug- gist, Brecon, and Merthyr Tydvil, in boxes at Is. ljd. 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. each. a::¡- None are genuine but those bearing the signa- ture of W. HARDING & Co. 2, Charles Street, Soho, on the Government Stamp round each box. ALSO, DR. CLEE'S PECTORAL BALSAM Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Affections of the Chest, Lungs, fyc. This Invaluable medicine was constantly employed by the late Dr. CLEE, in affections of the Chest, Lungs, &b. during his long and extensive practice, and the astonishing success which marked his treatment is doubtless the strongest recommendation in its favour. By promoting Expectoration, it almost instantly removes slight and recent Coughs, gives immediate relief to those which have assumed a more dangerous character, and if persevered in seldom fails completely to overcome them, however obstinate. To the Asthmatic Patient this Medicine is essentially beneficial, a dose takeu at bed time will constantly remove that urgent difficulty of breathing by which he is frequently mghtly harrassed. Soid in bottles at 2s. 9d. each, with the signature of W. HARDING on the Government Stamo. WHEREAS a Fiat in Bankruptcy is awarded and V V issued forth against THOMAS JAMES, of Llan- ganmiarch, in the County of Brecon, Flannel Manufacturer Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrunt' I IS HEREBY REQUIRED TO SURKENDRR HIM: SELF TO THE COMMISSIONERS in the said Fiat named, or the major part of them, on the 19th day of May instant, and on the 12th day of June next, at Eleven [I the forenoon on each day, at the Castle Hotel, in the f°)v.n Brecon, and make a full discovery and disclosure °f his Estate and Effects; when and where the Creditors to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the r irst Sitting to choose Assignees, and at the ^ast Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finish his examination, a,|d the Creditors are to assent to, or dissent from, the allowance of his Certificate. All Persons indebted to the saId Bankrupt, or that have any of his Effects, are not to Pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but to give notice to Messrs Vaughan and Bevan, Solicitors, Brecon; or to Messrs Bicknell, Roberts and Finch, Solicitors, No. 6, New Square, Lincolns Inu; Lohdon. ftIGHT RESTORED.-NERVOUS HEADACHE CURED, and CHOLERA PRKVENTED.^Under he patronage of his late MAJESTY and the LORDS of the TREASURY.—Dr. ABERNETHY tied it, and by that gentleman it was termed the FACULTY"s FIUEND and (JRSE's V A DEMECUM.-Dr. ANDREWS also reCOlllrneuùs lts USe as a preventive. Guppy, ]SJo. 36, Nelson square, Blackfriar* road, cured of 0 Mr. A. Macintyre, aged 65, No. 3, Silver street, Golden square, Cured of Gutta Serena. Esq. Marine Library, Ramsgate, Kent, cured of *7^iw" "nr',erov,r> cured wh le at Jamaica of Gutta Serena, No. • "^ry street. Regent's park, Loudon. Mr. P. Sauderson, .No, 10, Hurler street, L-eds, cured of t-atiiract. Numerous original testimonials from medical genttemeuMtd families of the first respectability, proving the above, may be seen at 39, Broad street, Bloomstinry, and 24, King-street. rJ,'7 Acte> LiO"don. The high patronage GRIMSTONES EVE SNUFF has at- tained ii a testimonial beyond suspicion. This delightful herbaceous compound is the most wholesome snuff takeTi, and is liii>lily recommended for its benign influence on all who use it. A LIST OF THE EDITORS who have recommended its frequent use to prevent Cholera or any other contagion entering the system, and as an intallible restorative of SIGHT, and certain cure of Nervou. Head ache, are:—The Times, Evening Mail, Chronicles Morning Her-ild, Sunday Herald, Old England, Unitad Service Gazette, Mortiiug News, Che tenh»<n Journal. Public Ledger, British Traveller, Weekly Times. Albion a (I Star, Liverpool Chronicle, Sun, Weekly Dispatch, Glamorgan, Monmouth, and Brecon Gazette, and Merthyr Guardian, True Sun, Carmarthen Journal, Mr. Buckingham in his Parliamentary R;poit?, the Legal Kxamlner and Law Chronicle, Ladies' Magazine, Evangelical Magazine, East and West India-Migazine, &c. &c. copy of a Letter seut to Ur. Grirasione, 39, Rroad Street, Bloomsbury. Dear Sir -Yoti may make use of my name, for a true fact, in taking your eye snuff. I have received such great benefit, that I can see to write without glasses, which I could nntd. before I look your Eye Snulf, my eyes being so very weak they are now perfectly strong I Many of my poor aged men and women would use it in preference to other snuff, but they cannwt afford six pence per ounce or buy It in the cannister. I remain Sir, your's respectfully, H. PLUCKWELL, Governor of the Poor. Poor House, Tottenham, Middtesex, January 24th, 1834. Observations of the Editor of the •« Old England," EYE SNUFP.—This is really an extraordinary preparation. Of what it is composed we know not, but this we know, iliat it is wonderfu;ly efficacious, relievfn* headache, and pul-ging the eyes of injurious itunijurs, especially if they are of a scrofulous nature. It is also an extremely complaisant companion wlieii toiling,over musty books or wr itings, au(j tends mosi poweifully to enable the eye to perform without f.ii 1 an unusual quantity of labour. Copy of a Letter sent to Mr. Grimstone. I'eeds, July 4, 1834. Sir,—I have received very great benefit from your .Eye Snuff; I have been afflicted Ten Years with Cataract, and was given up by the Medical Men, but was recommended to use your Snuff, which completely cured me in a few weeks; you may inalfe use of my Name, if it will do you any good, Excuse my writing. Your's faithfully, PETER SANDERSON, 10, Harper-street, Leeds. OBSERVE THE INVENTOR'S SIGNATURE ON EACH CANISTER. With the Patronage of his late Majesty and the Lords of the Treasury. Sold is Canisters, 8s., 4s. 4d., 2s. 4d., Is. 3d., ana 8d. each or Loose, 6d per oz. May be had at the Gazette and Guardian Office; Mrs. Jenkins, Merthyr Tydvil; Mr. Williams, Merthyr Tydvil and Brecon Messrs. Watkins and Son, Booksellers, Abergavenny Messrs. Webber and Son, Bookseller, Newport; Mr. Evans, Car- marthen Journal Office, Carmarthen j Thomas Williams, Bookseller, Crieltiowell i and ink every principal Town in the Kingdom. =- BRECONSHIRE. Wo bit Soltr fog Auction, At the CASTLF. INN, MERTHYR TYDVIL, on SATUR- DAY, the 30th day of MAY, 1835, between the hours of Three and Five of the Clock in the Afternoon, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given, 1"I-IE REMAINDER and REVERSION in FEE, (subject to the Life Interest of a Gentleman, aged 71 years and upwards), of and in all that capital and very desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called RHIW-YR.YCHAIN, situate in the picturesque Vale of Taffeehati, in the parish of Llauthetty, in the county of Breeon; consisting of a substantial Dwelline- house, and all necessary Outbuildings, and about ]50 Acres of Land, within a ring fence, in a high state of cul- tivertion,.and now in the occupation of Mr Thomas Jones. And also of and in all that piece or parcel of Laitd called and known by the name of TUY and GWAIN CHRISTOR, otherwise called GWAIN-Y-GWAIR, also in the occupation of Mr Jones, containing by estimation 40 Acres; together with the sole and several Pasture and extensive Sheep Walk on the adjoining Hills. These Estates are situate about five miles from Merthvr lydvil, and from Brecon 12 miles, and may be viewed by permission of the tenant. For further particulars and to treat by Private Coutract, apply to Mr William Watkins. Garth; or at the Office of Messrs Meyrick and Davis, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydvil. GLAMORGANSHIRE. mo bt onl fcg gUtcttott, By Mr T. WATKINS, On the Premises, at ELY, near CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 25th day of MAY, 1835, and the two following days. entire valuable and modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Plate, Line«, Glass, China, Earthen- ware, LIBRARY OF BOOKS, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, a good Gig and Harness. Four superior Carl Horses, Sow and Ten Pigs, Three Milch Cows, Waggons, Carts, Harness, Saddles, Bridles- &c., the Property of the late Mr Richard Davies. The Household Furniture consists of Mahogany Four- post and Tent Bedsteads, wi:h rich Chintz Furniture, prune Feather Beds, Mattrasses nd Bedding, Winged Book- case, several Chests of Drawers Mahogany Dining Tables, Card, Pembroke, Work, Dressing and Night Tables! Sofas, Mahogany and Paintei Chairs, Pier and Swin<r Looking Glasses, Three Dozel Knives and Forks, with Ivory Handles, excellent Brissels and Kidderminster Carpets and Hearth Rugs, Bras Fenders, and Fire Irons, Sets of Tea China, Dinner ervce of Blue Ware, Tea Urns, Glass Decanters, Wines, Ales and Tumblers, Weather Glass, Patent Kitchen Grate, a large Assortment of Kitchen Furniture, Culinary Articles, &c, &c. Ihe PLATEcomprisesaTantard, Punch Ladles, Cream Ewers, Tea Pot, Butter Knives; Table, Dessert, Tea, Salt Spoons, &c., with a variety of other very superior articles, well worthy the attention of the Public the whole of which are directed to be sold, without tie least reserve. The Sale to commence each day tetween 10 and 11 o'clock. »*« On Monday will be sold the Plate, Linen, China, Glass, Earthenware, Books, amorg which will be found the Works of Pope,Shakspeare,Bingley,Paley,Hume's England, Chambers' Dictionary, Spectator, Blair's Sermons, 14 vols, on Agriculture, with several other Standard Works, neatly bound and well preserved; also part of the Household Furniture. On Tuesday, Household Furniture. On Wednesday, the Farming Stock, Implements, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Saddles, Bridles, a good Gig, and Harness, capital Saddle Horse, a good roadster and quiet in Harness. BRECONSHIRE AND RADNORSHIRE. Valuable Freehold Estates for Sale. Co bt olb tig Auction, By Mr HUGH JONES, At the BEAR INN. in the town of BRECON, on TUESDAY, the 2Gth day of MAY, 1835, at Three TUESDAY, the 2Gth day of MAY, 1835, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as shall be then produced. s a LOT 1. A FARM and LANDS, called NANTYCHERDIN situate in the several Parishes of Llanvihangel! Abergwesstn, and Llanwrtid, m the County of Brecon, within about 14 milesfrom Llandovery, and l3from Buihh and now in the occupation of Mr Isaac Thomas, at the Yearly Rent of £ 5- This Farm particularly adapted for a Reari F having one of the mos valuable Sheep Walkg J nn, the neighbourhood attached to «, being sufficiently ex- tensive to depasture 1,000 Sheep thereon. It offers a most desirable investment. LOT 2. A FARM and LANDS called CWMBWCH ISSA situate in the several Parishes of Maesmynis and Llan- gunnog, in the Cg3 °Ld'wUh^0 ab°ut Three Miles of the town of BuiHh, and wnhman easy distance of the Turnpike-roari leading trom Builth to Brecon, late in the occupation of Mr | hom« Bowen, and now in that of M r Phil'P Jones, at' the Yearly Rent 0f £ 25. There is a Fines Growth Jo^g Timber on this Farm, and a Valuable Right of Common on the Eppint Hills is appurtenant to it. LOT 3. A FARM and LANDS called' KYLINEU, otherwise the Lower House, contain,ng 50 Acres, or [hereabouts,] situate m the Parish of Cregrina, m ti,e County of Radnor, distant from Hay about six nviles, Builth eight miles, and Erwood four miles; and now or late in the occupation of Mr James Lloyd.. There is a quantity of fine Growing Timber on this Farm, which has also a valuable R.ght 0f Common on the ad- joining Hills, so celebrated for Sheep Pasturage. The respective Tenants will shew the Properties, and particulars may be had on application (if by letter post paid) to Messrs Jones and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon. MONMOUTHSHIRE. to be bi) nuctiott, BY Mr THOS. GEORGE, At the GREYHOUND INN, in the Town of PONTYPOOL, on SATURDAY the 23d day of MAY, 1835, precisely at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, THE FOLLOWING Freehold, Copyhold, and Leasehold Property: LOT I.-A FREEHOLD ESTATE, called Pen-y grig-Glaes, situate in the parish or Aberistruth, in the above named county, containing by estimation, 65 Acres, or thereabouts. The well known value of Minerals in the parish of Aberistruth, renders it unnecessary to direct more particular attention to those which are to be found under this Estate. The surface is let to Messrs Jacob Isaacs, and Morgan James, at a very low yearly rent. if ^2 —T^° ^frcels °f rough PASTURE LAND called Co^tca Castell, and Coitca Mailt, adjoining Pen-y- gng-b.laes, containing by estimation, 20 Acres, or there- abouts. This lot is held under a lease from the Earl of Aber- gavenny, for the lives of three persons now of the respective ages of 59, 57 aJ and is subject to an annual rent of ten shillings. 11 W t KP nffTZTf tha,1 |the Sur:ace only of this lot will oe onered for sal*» reserved by the Lesso^ haV,Ug LOT 3.—-Two Parcels of LAND, containing SIX Acres, or thereabouts, situate at Cwinfant-dee. in the parish of T!evctlno, ?et\een the valuable mineral lands of C. H. Leigh, and Charles Williams, Esqrs. the surface whereof is at present in the occupation of Mr Philip Hughes, at a low yearly rent. r LOT4.—A small paddock of rich PASTURE LAND, situate at PoiUnewjnidd, in the parish of Trevethin, in the occupation of Mr Philip Hughes. LOT 5.-Two DWELLING HOUSES, on the west side of the road leading from Pontypool to Abersychan, with half an acre of Garden Ground attached, in the re- spective occupations of Joseph Russell, and William Bradgate. LOT 6.-A DWELLING HOUSE and Garden, in George street, in the said town of Pontypool, in the occu- pation of William Llewellin. Lots 3, 4, 5, and 6, are Copyhold of Inheritance held of the Manor of Wentshind and Bryngwin. For further particulars, apply to Mr Geach, Solicitor, Pontypool. BRECONSHIRE. 3To be Jjoltj fog aurtion, By Mr JOHN WILLIAMS, By order of the Assigneevf the Estate of Thomas Herbert, a Bankrupt.) At the GRIFFIN INN. at BRYNMAWR, in the Parish of LLANELLY, on MONDAY, the First day of June next, between the hours of Two and Four in the After- noon, (subject to conditions to he then produced.) UpHE BANKRUPT'S INTEREST in all that t MESSUAGE with the Appurtenances, comprising a Shop, Store-room, Kitchen, small Parlour, three Bed. rooms, Brewhouse, and other conveniencies, situate at Brynmawr aforesaid, and late in the occupation of the said Thomas Herbert. The Premises are most advantageously situated for carrying on retail business of any description. The ^Purchaser will be entitled to a Lease from his Grace tje Duke of Beaufort, for the lives of thrae persons to he named by the Purchaser, subject to a small reserved rent, and to the customary payments and covenants. For further particulars, apply (if by letter postage paid), to Mr H.C, .Williams, (the Assignee,) or Mr T. Gabb, Solicitor, Abergavenny. Abergavenny, 21st May, 1835.
Offers and Ailvertisements will be received by the *> following Country Agents. IOAP-DIFF WM. BIRD, Bookseller. ON31OUTH: :VIr. C. H<:4UGR. IT r. C. B (4u G R. ^EWP/^ ^Ir" Wm' Evans» Ship Street. UNIRWR, MESSRS. WEIIISER and SON, Booksellers NeSuEND Mr- J- SWAV«R>^R" FRANCIS, Printer. CNIVD« MR- DAY, Law Stationer, Mount street. CR)P^IDGE: Post Office. ABPCrK»OWRL: Mr. T. WILLIAMS. ^SK \T -^NY MESSRS- WATKINS and SON, P.'O. Cflppo-p"' ^H-LIAM DAVIS, Land Agent, and Surveyor LIMNN ^R-B. BRADFORD, Chemist and Druggist 5MR* JERY D- R- and W. KEES, Post Office. TrIS,5 Mr- E T- LEW«- HEfirt A" Mr. JOHN DAVIS (Brychan), Bookseller. BLL.IS'R ^R" W.H- VALF., Bookseller, High Street And L: Mr- JoHN Rees> 31' ColleSe Green. S AT lhe GAZETTE and GUARDIAN Office, High eet, Merthyr Tydvil, where all Communications are .Rested to be addressed. ————mmm—————
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SHIP NEWS. CARDIFF. FOREIGN ENTERED OUTWARDS.-The Providencr, Way, for Oporto; the Triumph, Traves, for Marseilles, the Aletta, Slagter, and the Hillegonda Maria, Vissen, for Rotterdam Soune, Junge, for Altona; Cherub, Woodcock for Lisbon. FOREIGN CLEARED OUTWARDS.—The Mercia, Lohse, for Bremen, and the Catherine Julia, Hazenwinkle, for Rotterdam, with iron'and tin; Christiana, Haji, for Bre- men, the Annette, Ouvehand, for Rotterdam, Brothers Friend, Wayth, for Bilboa, Roelfina, Bolhuis, for Am- sterdam, Johanne Catherine, Rabe, for Hamburgh, and Wilhelmina, Hall, for Bremen, with iron; the Queen, Kendall, for Lisbon, with iron and coal. IRISH INWARDS.—'The Pheasant, Fisher, from Wa- terford, with flour; also 4 vessels in ballast. IRISH OUTWARDS. Ihe Swift, Smith, for Sligo,Hope- well, Owens, for Cork, and the Ann, Broomfield, for Dub. lin, with iron. COASTERS INWARDS.——The John Karvev, Andrews, from Swansea, the Perseverance, Richards, from Milford, the Nautilus, (steamer) Allen, the'Cherub, Woodcock. the Lady Charlotte, (steamer) Allward. the Castle, Jones, the Amity, Rogers, and the John, Griffiths, from Bristol, the Friends, Sully, from Bridge water, the Jane, Davies, and the Robert, Clampit, from Newport, with sundries the Ebenezer, Gremat, from Bristol, the Ceres, Hether- ington, from Gweek, the Mary, Morgan, the Harmony, Tredegar, the Blessing, Duddrige, from Newport, the Rose. Steel, and the John and Mary, Williams, from Newport, the Eliza, Crockford, from Newport, and the Yeoman's Glory, Cooper, from Falmouth, with iron ore; the Venus, Gulliford, ifrom Bridgewater, with bricks; the Thomas and Mary, Evans, from Cardigan, with oats; the Henry, Mills, from Bristol with iron; the Three Sisters, Symons, from Bideford, with malt; the Ann and Elizabeth, Evans, from Abertbaw. with limestone 23 vessels in ballast. COASTERS OUTWARDS. -The Briton, Thomas, for Liverpool, the Endeavour, Rees, for Tenby, the Provi- dential, Fox, for Newcastle, the Devonport, Parry, the Falmootb, Wemyss, and the Margaretha, Cooper, for London, the Bunbury, Brewer, for Leith, the Amelia, Williams, and the John Harvey, Andrew, for St. Ives, the Caledonia, Bell, for Annan, the Star, Jones,for Aberavon, the Sir Boucher Wrey, Wadley, the Liffey, Corlet, the Confidence, Phillips, and the Lady Eleanor, Smith, for Liverpool, the Mansfield, Phillips, for Aberdeen. the Elizabeth, Prewit, for Bristol, aud the Jane and Mary, George, for Gloucester with iron the Cambria, George, for London, with iron and tin; the Merthvr Packet. Walters, the Bute, Walters, and the Friends, Todd, for Bristol, with sundries; 28 vessels with coals. NEWPORT. INW ARDS.-Le Fourgon. Bessac, from Lorient, Maria, Lewis, from Rouen, in ballast; Samuel and Julia, Queree. from Jersey, with cider and potatoes; Albion, Evans, Cordelia, Swaffin, with flour; Samuel and Mary, Dempsey. Browns, Mc Caithy, George Brown, Dawson, Jones, McCarthy, with sheep and pigs; William, Jenkins, with porter; Cardiff, Lewis, Friendship, Price, with grains; Vigilant, Jones, Providence, Watkins, Elizabeth, Withy- combe, with iron ore; Venus, Rickards, with tin Rover, Berry, Harmony, Berry, with malt; Margaret, Williams, with hides; Ocean, Lloyd, Vnanimity, Rollings, Barn. staple Trader, Dalling, Robert, Clampitt, Inltow,"Fowler Mary; Coombs, Tredegar, Harwood, Carleon, Harwood Moderator, Johns, George, Johns, Bristol'Packet, Scott with sundries. OUTWARI)s.The Rose, Nicole, for Marseilles; the Jeune D'Arc, Cancois, for Rouen; L'Adeline Cherrie Tille.for Dunkirk and trie Petit Amable, Renors, for Havre de Grace, with iron; the Fame, Lowther, the Betsea Roscorla, the Robert, Clampitt, the Swallow, Jones, the Pearl, Griffiths, the Jones, McCarthy, the Providence, Watkins, the Charles Jeffery, the Britannia Jones, the John and Mary, Steward, the Caurinus, James, the Betsey, Stephens, the A polio, Davison, the Albion, Rymer, the Victory, Nicholas, the Barbara, Peat, the Barnstaple Trader, Dalling, the Celina, Weston, the Providence, Staggle.the New Felicity, Stephens, the Tamer, Angel, the Blessing, Duddridge, tbe Providence, Davis, and tbe Dan O'Connell, Keilty, with iron and tin; the Marv, Coombs, the Tredegar, Harwood, the Carleon, Harwood, the Moderator, Johns, the George, Johns, and the Bristol « Packet, Scott, with sundries also about 150 vessels with coals. NEATH. SAILED.-The Ann, Bushen, for Bridgewater; the Gem, Mollard, the Lamb, Stevens, the Susanna, Harry, and the Edward, Berrimau, for St. Ives the Speedwell, Godfry, and the Duke of Wellington, Lamb, for Cork the Cornwall, Marshall, for Ross the Dispatch, Smart, for Dartmouth; the Swift, Kempthorne, for Falmouth the Brisk, Harding, for Southampton; the Ann, Westeriii, for Barnstaple; the Three Brothers, Ryley, for Padstow; the Fame, Jones, for Gloucester; the William, Bunt, for Fowey; the Friends, Callan, for Youghal; and the Bee, Davies, for Newquay. SWANSEA. ARRIVALS,rhe Dandy, Thomas, from Neath, with clay; the Ann and Maria, Lewis, from Neath, with sand; the Daddor, Beary, from Waterford, and the Exchange, Stephens, from Youghal, with flour; the Ware, Evans, from Chester, with bricks; the Moderator, Hole, from Watchet, the Sarah, Thomas, from Liverpool, the Whim, Miller, from Bristol, the Belinda, Jones, from Gloucester, the Alert, Paddon, from Barnstaple, and the Swansea Packet, Barrett, from Bristol, with sundries; the Mary, Westlake, from Bridgewater, the Catherine, Williams, from Chester, and the Union, Perry, from Bridgewater, with bricks; the Providence, Evans, from Abertnaw, the Mary Ann, Reese, from Mumbles, with limestone; the Hope, Webbourn, from Newport, with iron; the Noteless, Mason, from Falmouth, and the Flora, Pierce, from Dart- mouth, with cider; the Union, Harnil, from Dugless, with potatoes. Also 25 with copper ore, and 20 in ballast. LLANELLY. ARRIVALS.—The Happy Couple, Clarke, the Nancy, Pat- terson, from Sf. I ves; Ann, Samuel, from Truro; Freeman, Veal, from Swansea, with copper ore the Eleanor Grace, Roberts, from Bristol, with sundries; the Fame, Thomas, from Bridgewater, with timber; the Margaret, Chambers, from Gloucester, with 'iron; the Jsewton, King, from Barnstaple, with Potatoes; the Betsey, Richards, the Bee, Daniels, Cardigan; the Alert, Farrington, from Cork the Peter and Sarah, Wills, from Barnstaple; the A ni, Fensel, from Bideford the Archimedes, Calvert, from Santauder; the Bon Pere de Familie, Treene, and the Providence, Bruson, from Brest, in ballast. SAILED.rhe ftereide, Harry, for Brest; the Novelli Societti, Marrion, aud the Amiable Josephine, Renouf, for Cherbourg, with coal; and 29 coasters. MILFORD. ARRIVED.—The Bad Kingston, Richards, the Ant, Morgan, from Bristol, and the Primrose. Rees, from Llanelly, for Milford the Ruby, James, from Llanelly, for Messina ;the Reatane, Sear,from Burrv, and the Culloden, Davis, from Swansea, for Cork; the Celerity, Wood, from Neath, for Uungarvou; the Maria, James, from Cardiff, for Youghall; the Dart, Williams, from Newport, and the Mary, Davis, from Burry, for Wratertord the Intrepid, Ward, from Swansea, for Wexford; the Salatia, James, from Cardiff, and the Shariotta, Lewis, from Neath, for Kinsale. SAILED—The Venus, Lewis, from Newport, for Dun- garvon; the Jane, Rowlands, from Portmadoc, for Lon- don; the Endeavour, Morgan, from Milford, for Bristol; the Anne, Jones, from Milford, for Newport; the Diligence, store ship, from Pembroke Dock, for Plymouth. On Friday se'nnight, the Brittania, pilot boat, John, belonging to this port, filled with water through the batches, and sunk in consequence of her heeling too iptich on the receding of the tide. She was rose on the follow- ing day with little or no damage. 0