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CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. The New and Swift Going Steam lift'Packet, NAUTILUS, GO Horse Power, JOHN ALLEN, Commander, Is to ply on the following Days :— FROM CARDIFF. G.MONDAY 1 afternoon. 8.WEDNESDAY 3 afternoon. 10.FRIDAY r) afternoon. 13. MONDAY 6J afternoon. 15.WEDNESDAY 8 morning. 17. FRIDAY 9 morning. 20.J\loNDAY 12 noon. 22. WEDNESDAY 2 afternoon. 24.FRIDAY 4 afternoon. 27.MONDAY 6 afternoon 29.WEDNESDAY 7 morning. 31.FRIDAY H morning. FROM BRISTOL. JULY 7.TUESDAY 1 afternoon. 9.THURSDAY 3 afternoon. 11.SATURDAY 10 morning-, L 14.TUESDAY 6j morning. 16.THURSDAY 8 morning- ,18.SATURDAY 9 morning. 21.TUESDAY 12 noon. 23.THURSDAY 2 afternoon. 25.SATURDAY 9 morning, L 28 TUESDAY 6 morning. :;o.rijUP.SDAY 61 morning AFTER CABIN, 5S. For further Particulars, see Hand Bill. ^°°ds for Cardiff taken in at Cumberland Basin, g r "obert Chaplain, Agent; and at No. 12, Quay Street, ,st0'. per John G. Jones, Agent; also for Merthyr, br'|ljr|),'illy, Cowbridge, Llantrissent, and Bridgend, New si Aberdare, &c. It being of importance that she tn°t. ^cave Bristol immediately she fleets, in order to d'e her Passage to Cardiff the same Tide, it is re- in.Pst.e(l that Carriages and Horses intended to be Shipped, Sail bro,lSl't <lown previous to the time advertised lor rrw.^cKi:T OFFICE,—St. Mary street, Cardiff, KICIIAKD °NJ'-S TODD, Agent. PISTOL AND NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, WILL 1. ,1, During the NlvXT \rEEK..t_" t AS p- JlJlY. FROM BRISTOL, MONDAY not sail 3 aftlr '• 'i'UESDAY not sail 3 £ after Q ESI) A Y 5 morn 4} alter j." '"URSDAY 5^ morn 5 after j Hi I day (it morn 5} after • SATURDAY 7 morn 10| morn JUly. FROM NEWPORT. '•MONDAY 12 noon not sail » IUF.SDAY not sail 1 after I-DNESD A Y 8 morn 2| afa r 1()' »»«RSDAY 9 morn 3 after j ^RIDay 5 morn 4i after ^TI'RDAV 5 £ morn 5 after Ch I RES After Cabin, 45 -Forc-Cabin, 2s. Parh Geen uncler 12 Years of Age, tialf-price.-I)ogs, Is. 'f o aUd Fro same Day, provided a To and Fro Ticket is p taken, After Cdbin 6;, Fore-Cabin 3s. It lice] Carriage, 20s. ZAvo-Wiieel ditto, JOi. l'4r<Cs cach, 5s.; Carnage drawn by one Horse with one > Horse a:id Rider, After-Cabin, 7s ditto "Cabin, Gs. Proprietors of the above Packets GIVE sPti>P » llat they will not be accountable for any Pas- 8 ''uSgage, rior will they be answerable for any hoofc Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) unless Un,| '[■ at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport alrl rif ahove the value of 40s. entered at its value, and U0 ,'aSc 'n propoilion paid for the same at the time of b "tino. et-Ofiices^ Rownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, Newport. JOHN JONES, Agent. ikil,. between Newport and Cardiff, «* U V, a"<lV\rDlFF AND MF.RTIIYR.—A Coach between Cardiff rthyr every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, frorn the Rummer Tavern and Steam Packet *t5 C«-rdifF, at 6 o'clock morning, and from Merthyr po clock evening. \¡etwOl'YPOOI. AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily 11 veell these places and Newport. AR IRON WORKS, through Abercam New- thse, and Nantvglo.—A Coach Daily between lO fj> P accs and Newport; arriving at Newport about i 0<"k morning, and starting at 2 o'clock afternoon. -^>^535. CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. «TI\ ^'le *ve"' aiK' beautiful Fast Sailing Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, Two Engines 30 Horse Power Euch, \Vlil JOHN ALLWARD, Commander, til during June, with Passengers and Goods, as follows :— FROM CARDIFF. ^Lly Coach from Britlgend. '••••TUESDAY. 21 afternoon 10J morning, jj ••••THURSDAY 4 afternoon 12 noon. ••••SATURDAY 5 afternoon afternoon. FROM BRISTOL. 11 y f Coach to Bridgend. '••••MONDAY 11 morning 3 afternoon. -WEDNESDAY 2J afternoon 6 afternoon. ••••FRIDAY 4 afternoon S afternoon. Ch" FARES- :-After Cabin, 5s.—Fore Cabin, 3s. e»ch. ren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.- Dogs, Is. A F f«s},r,lc emaJe Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin.—Re- II ents way be had on Board on moderate Terms. 'lee' Carriage, 2ls.; Ditto drawn by One Horse, eel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, (is. each; prp- Rider, After Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. Cd. are rr<i"ested to order all Goods intended for farsh Str CHARLOTTI to be sent to Clare Szi ect Hall, I totlie .streetI Bristol, from whence they will be conveyed | l( acket at the Company's expense. *V.slortnr ^solntely necessary the. Packet should leave to Q >l\nstant siie fleets, in order to make her Pas Hor 4r l'le same Tide, it is requested that Carriages ° ll>e Z '"ay he brought down Half an Hour previous J e ai^vertised for Sailing. rllllS qeltd and Cowbridge.—A Fast Light Post Coach from the Lady Charlotte. r'hijr n i ,VellJ(¡ Coaches to and from Daily. Ittri, Aberdnre, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, <i s in Y'Caerphilly.— Goods forwarded to these 4rfiva| ^°C'C u'' Cunal Boats and Waggons immediately W *ich unless ordered by any particular conveyance, <lre!¡()Us:as they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Q0qj C called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. ^he ac^ages. Parcels, &c. &c. forwarded to all parts eai** Pa ? w>thout delay, when sent to either of their Vn. et Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Wli flCR 8a 1)01 b —'The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet lo-t accountable for any Cabin Passengers' Lug- °r t'aroag6d) above the value of £ '2, nor for any of .•i;C*4>rs' ^ggage ('f '°8t or damaged) above the liv'^t iii"<' fis>leM in each case entered as such, and ab0^' noP;°porllon ^or l^e sainc at 'he time of de- as the yr they be answerable for any other Parcel Mv atl(ja'Ue of £ 2 (if lost or damaged) unless entered It js tre'ght paid in proportion. ^etertnination of the Proprietors to render this 'eot'1riat'0n K1' °ne raost desirable means of com- ^arriageeireCn ^r'st0' anc' Wales. An excel- I Shi the aead is opened between the Town of Carditf Pp'Hir p Stalion, affording the greatest facility for to Atl? f nages' Horses, &c. obtaj'6r 'n^ormation as to Freight, 8cc. will be liar.,acl(et by applying to Mr Donovan, Agent, at • ^rior^t' on ,he Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr W. H. e s Street, Bristd. AT A MEETING or LANDED PROPRIETORS r\ and FARMERS, held pursuant to advertisement at the MASONS ARMS INN, in the town of COWBRIDGE, "Jm cou'U>r of Glamorgan, on TUESDAY the 19th day ,iSt I)ast» f°r purpose of taking into con- sideration the expediency of 0 ESTABLISHING A FAIR FOR THE £1¿z,lli (D LIP WO (Z) (D-Yi IN THIS COUNTY, and also for ndoptincc certain measures relative to the P!?KSKNT DI'STR ESSED STATE OF THE AGRICUL- TURAL INTERESTS IN GENERAL. It was, on the motion of Mr William Jones of Cardiff, seconded by Mr Wm. Spencer, of Saint Mary Church, Relolved.-That Mr Edward Perkins, of Monknash, be elected chairman of this meeting. Resoltied,-On the motion of Mr William Jones, se- conded by Mr Christopher Bradley, that for a series of years pas,, It appears to this Meeting that there has existed and does exist a monopoly and combination injurious to the interest of the Farmers, amongst the Wool Dealers and Staplers attending the Marts of this country, and that it is essential to the interests of the Farmers at large, to endavour to counteract the. same, and for that purpose to unite in estabhshing an annual Fair or Fairs for the Sale of Wool in this county. Resolved,-—On the motion of Mr J p. Morgan. seconded by Mr John Spencer, that the Members of this Meeting are ot opinion that to effect the purposes before-mentioned, an Annual Fair should held a! the town of Cowbridge, n the said county, for the Sale of Wool. Resolved,-On the motion of Mr James Ballard, that it is the opinion of this Meeting that the First Tuesday in the rnoiith of July be fixed and appointed for the purpose of holding such Fair. Resolved,-On the motion of Mr Wrentmore, that the Members of this Meetin- view with considerable alarm the present depressed state of- Agriculture in general, and that ;tis their unanimous opinion that the present system of Iithes is highly injurious and detrimental, as well to the interests oftheow,lers as t0 thoseof the occupiers of lands and that this Meeting feels convinced that it will essentially tend to remedy the evil complained of, by the Legislature enacting, as soon as practicable, a Law for the equitable commutation of Tithes. Resolved,—On Uie motion of Mr William Hardee, seconded by Mr John Spencer, that to further the. views and opinions of this Meeting as contained in the last re- solution, a Petition he forthwith prepared for presentation to The Honorable House of Commons, and that the same be forwarded to otir Countv Members, and that they be respectfully requested to present an I support the same. Resolved,—That the foregoing resolutions be forthwith advertised in the Merthyr Guardian and Cambrian News- papers, and that the Chairman be requested to sign the same, in the name and on behalf of the Members com- posing this Meeting EDWARD PERKINS, Chairman Resolved unanimously -On the motion ot Mr Caristopher Bradlev seconded by M*r J B. Morgan, that the thanks of this Meeting be given to Mr Edward Perkins, for his able conduct in the Chair, and for his strenuous and indefa- tigable exertions in the cause of his suffering fellow Farmers. Cowbridge, 19th May, 183; DTI. CLEES POLLS, FOR THE CUIlE OF TndirJestion, Bilious and Liver Complaints, Habitual Cos tiveness, Fevers, Inflammations, Gout, Rheuwitism Erysipelas, Scorbutic A ffections, Cutaneous Eruptions Intesiina Worms, Jaundice, Dropsies, 4-c. for preserving the Constitution, strengthening the Stomach, and im- proving the general health. DURING a practice of upwards of forty years, the 11 late Dr. Clee employed with unvarying success 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 6f Dr. Clec'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 ail 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 c aim I ate ci for loss of appetite or lowness of spirits,and will be found truly serviceable inremoving Nausea, Giddiness, or Headache They are superior in point of efficacy to any Medicine yet discovered in eradicating all Scorbutic Affection- and Eruptions on tile Qkin. Enclosed with each Box e full and e.rplicit directions. Prepared from the Kecipc 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. Wi;ija,,jS( Chemist and Drug- gist, Brecon, and Merthyr Tydvil, in boxes at Is. Hd. 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. each. None arc genuine but those bearing the signa- ture of W. HARDING & Co. 2, Charles Street, Soho, on the Government Stamp round each box. ALSO, DR. CLEES PECTORAL 13ALSAM For Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Affections of the Chest, I-Ungs,$c. Tliii inva"n bic roedicipe was constantly employed by the late Dr. Cl.rF. in affections of the Chest, Lungs, &c. during his long and extensive practice, and the astonishing succcss which marked /lis 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 taken at bed time will constantly remove that urgent difficulty of breathing by which he is frequently nightly harrassed. Sold in bottles at 2s. 9d. each, with the signature of W HARDING on the Government Stamo. CHOLERA. FROiYJ the great relief and effectual cures afforded to so maiiy Thousands who were afflicted with the above Complaint 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 induced to ofl'erhis MTI1ERIAL 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 Cbolics, Spasms, Cramps, Lowness of Spirits, Hysterical Affections 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 coirects 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 he superfluous, when the undersigned and 158 other eminent Medical Gentlemen have give-i their un qualified approbation of it-Prepared bv D. Woodhouse, Operative Chemist, King William street, London Bridge, and sold in Bottles 2s 6J. 4s 6d and 10s. 6d. each. May be had of Mrs. Jenkins, Merthyr Tydfil. Mr. Williams, 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 Marylcbonc Dispensary. Thomas Hodgkin, Physician to Guy's Hospital. S Ash well, M 1). Physician to Guy's Hospital. A. Middleton, Physician tcr 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. SALES BV A UCTION. ABERGAVENNY, MON MOUTH S HIR E. CAPITAL FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To br 1)1) Rurtion, By SMITH & COATES, ( Unless Disposed of in the mean time by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given,) On the PREMISES,on TUESDAY, the 21st JULY. 1S35, between the hours of Two and Five in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, LL that very extensive and long established INN, called and'knnwn by the name of the KING'S HEAD, with all necessary and requisite STA H LING and other Outbuildings, together with a large Garden, belonging and adjoining thereto The above Premises are situate in Cross-street, in the said town, nearly adjoining the Market House, and from their peculiarly advantageous situation and extent, may, at a trifling expense, be made to command the first Business in that populous and flourishing town. here is an excellent Stream of Water running through P ar('PI) on which, at a small expense, could be erected 11 v°rn or m:ly otherwise be turned to advantage. N.R. part Qf p„rc]lase Money may remain on Mortgage. *»* For a view, apply on the premises, and for further Particulars, to J. G. H. Owen, Solicitor, or the Auctioneers Monmouth; or to \V. H. Oven, Solicitor, Narberth, (if by letter, post paid). BOROUGH OF MERTHYR TYDVIL. LEASEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE. O bt Soitr by Unction, BY MR T. DA VIES, At the Bush I NN in the said Borough of MERTHYR, on 'Ul'.SDAY, the 14th day of JULY. IS35, at Three o'Clock in the afternoon, 'TPHE following" very Desirable LEASEHOLD A PROPERTY:— LOT I.-A Commodious Dwelling-House, large Shop, an Extensive Garden. Stable, Brewhouse, Bakehouse, &c. in the occupation of Mr Alfred Meyler Hughes. Grocer and General Dealer, situate, in Plymouth street; together with 1 wo Cottages adjoining, in the occupation of John Harris and Thomas Morgan. The above Property is held under a Lease whereof 6J. Y cars are Unexpired. Ll-)T 2.-A D wel ling- flotise, Shop, Gardeii, &c in the occupation of Mr Evan Williams, and Two Cottages ad- joining in the occupation of George Tranter and George Junes situate at Troed-y-rhiw, within the said Borough. This Lot is held under a Lease for Three Lives, at the Annual Ground liciit of One Penny. For further Particulars, apply to Mr Thomas Bevan, Venny Vach, near Brecon; or to Mr Davies, the Allc- tioneer, Bush Inn, Merthyr Tydvil. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD ESTATES In the interesting Vale of Glamorgan, exceeding Three Thousand Four Hundred Acres of Land, with a re- spccsable tenantry of long standing, and the Advowsitn to the Rectory of Llansannor, MR GEORGE ROBINS Has been favoured by the instructions of the highly re- spectable Proprietor TO lm Vublic Slucttoit, At the AUCTION MART, on THURSDAY, the JGth of JULY, at Twelve, in Two Los. the exceedingly !M PORT ANT FREEHOLD ESTATES of JOHN FRAI NCEIS GWYN, Esq. desirably situate in South Wales, in the RICH, LUXURIANT, AND HIGHLY-CULTI- VATED VALE OF G LA A ORGAN, three miles from Cowbridee, through which markrt town THE LONDON AND MILFOR D- H A VEN MAIL and other coaches pass twice a dav; six miles from Llantrissant, eight from Merthvr Tydfil, and only twelve from Cardiff. i THIS SINGULARLY DESIRABLE INVESTMENT embraces Two Estates, each of considerable extent, and forming an aggregate of THREE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY THREE ACRES; and hy referring to the plans, which will accompany the printed particulars, it will be seen that, for compactness, they yield to no other in the county. To THIS VAST DOMAIN Mr Robins seriously invokes the earlv attention of the great Ctpitalist; for it never can be doubted by intelligent minds that agricultural pursuits, which have been visited severely during the last few J,Ctirs> while ti,e funds have maintained the present exceedingly hiah price, will soon find the benefit of an and -very favoutable re- action; besides which, throughout "THIS Lll" LE EMPIRE" (the subject of our present remaiks), the whole country is actuated by the best feelings. The word incendiarv is not to be found in the Welsh vocabulary; it is so un-English as not to be recognised in the mind of a Cambro-Briton. In these happy regions political discussions are never per- mitted to intiiide upon or interfere with the more natural and substantial pursuits of the honest yeoman. The certain consequence has been PUNCTUALITY IN THE PAYMENT OF RENTS, and in the event of an occasional but rare diminution, it may he inferred it was a concession arising out of the kind feeling of the liberal Posscssor, rather than to any real necessity. I he situation of the property has much to recmnuicnd it with those who delight in SPLENDID WOODLAND SCENERY, and who do not object to a distant view of THE COAST OF SOMERSET AND DEYON, for it should be observed that custom has long since pro- claimed lhe "BEAUTEOUS VALE OF GLAMORGAN THE GARDEN OF SOUTH WALES." The Estate will also possess great charms to all those who s delight in ifeld sports. There is not a better hunting country in England. An excellent pack of fox hounds is kept in the neighbourhood, and a crack pack of harriers is close at hand. THE RIVER OGUORE, SO CELEBRATED FOR ITS SALMON, AND SUEN, is only six miles off. Minerals arc in great abundance as well as Lime and Coal. A CANAL FROM CARDIFF to Merthyr Tydfil is very useful to take off the surplus grain, where the consumption is to a great extent, and always certain. The property is divided into Two Estates— THE LLANSANNOR & THE YSTRADYFODOG ■ the one 1,778A. lR. 3P. the other 1,654A. 3u.3,ip. The principal Farm House, a few years ago, was occupied bv the family, and might be restored to all its legitimate and pristine rights by a moderate outlay of money. Theie arc other Farm Houses,and throughoutthe Estate it is well circumstanced in respect of farm buildings, which are in good repair. j THE MANOR AND MANORIAL RIGHTS extend over a large tract of country, and there are chief rents reserved. Also, THE ADVOWSON TO THE RECTORY OF LLANSANNOR. A portion of the Estate is TITHE-FREE. AND THE WHOLE IS SUBJECT TO A VERY MODERATE POOR RATE. Such are a few only of the leading points connected y^th one of the largest and certainly the most eligible Estates and favourable investments for capital that has been in the market during the present season. THE RENTALS ARE AS OLD AS THE HILLS. The distance from London is accomplished in less than 20 hours. Particulars may be had, with plans,21 days antecedent to the Aliction.at the Cardiff Arms, Cardiff; Mackworth Arms, ^wansea; Ivy Bush. Carmarthen; Castle, Brecon" JiingsHead, Newport; Bush, and White Lion, Bristnl; the Waterloo, Liverpool; the White Hart, Bath. Ap- plications to view the estates must be made to Edward radley, Esq. at Cowbridge, of whom particulars and plans may be had; also of Mr Kosser, Solicitor, Red Lion square of Messrs liosser & Son, Solicitors, 6, Gray's Inn \t 3 at Coffee House; the Auction lart; and at Mr George Robins's offices, London. C H EPSTO W-MONMOUTHSHJRE. o bt ollJ by Auction, By Messrs WHITE and SON, At the GEORGE INN, CHEPSTOW, on THURSDAY, the 9 h JULY next, at Twelve o'clock^—in one or two lots, as may then be determined on ALL that convenient and substantial DWELLING- HOUSE AND SHOP, now used as a Pastry Cook's Shol), with the Outbuildings and Appurtenances thereto belonging, situate opposite the George Inn. near the Gate-way. in the town of Chepstow, now in the occupation of Mr Wtliiatn James. Also "II that other convenient and substantial DWEL- LING-HOUSE AND SHOP. also used as a PastryCook's Siiop. adjoining the last-mentioned Honse, and near to the Gate-way. in the town of Chepstow aforesaid, with the Outbuildings and Appurtenances thereto belonging, now in the occupation of Mrs Williams. For a view of the Premises application may be made to the respective tenants, and for further pariculars to Mr Tves Solicitor, Monmouth. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Valuable Leasehold Property for Sale. To foe abolty fog Euctton, By Mr JOHN JONES, At the Dow i. a IS INN, on TIlUHSDAY, the 9th day of JULY next, between the hours of Three and Five in the Afternoon, subjcct to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced, Al LL that neat, substantial and well-built MES- SUAGE, or DWELLING HOUSE, with a conve- nient Front Shop, Workshop, Cellars, and other conve- niences; together with a Two Stall Stable and Garden thereto attached, which is enclosed by a wall-fence, all of whicii have recently been built, situated at Dowlais, in the sale county of Glamorgan, the property of the late Mr "TIT JOJ>; ES, Tallow Chandler, deceased. he above premises are held under a Lease for the term of 99 years, of which 95 are now unexpired, at the low yearly ground rent of £2 5s. "her particulars may be obtained on application to lirs JOnf!s, on the premises, or to the Auctioneer, Glebe- land, 'Merthyr- All letters must be post paid. Clebeland, Merthyr, June 26, 1S35, To Linen and Woollen Drapers. ito be &oitr bLo tEnvDrr, IN TWO LOTS, rTMIP. STOCK IN TRADE of MORGAN WIL- °f Neath, a Bankrupt, (amounting together to at the cost price) by order of the Assignee, for thc Bcnefit of the Creditors. The LINEN DRAPERY wiU be sold by a Discount rrvr l|le °"st Pricc> in one Lot j and the Stock of WOOL- DRAPERY will he s0ld by a Discount from the cost in another Lot. Lie Stocks to he viewed on the Bankrupts Premises, at Neath, with Stock Books at the cost price, until the day of v > If a Purchaser be desirous of continuing the. Business, t ieie is an agreement for a Lease of the Premises, about years unexpired, at the annual Rent of 128. The lenders will be received and opened, and the Pur- chaser declared, at the office of Messrs PARRINTON & SON, 16, King-street, Ciieapside, London, on MONDAY July 13th, at Twelve o'clock preciselv. Particulars may be had there; of Messrs Llewciliu & Co., Wood-street; of Mr Sole, 69, Aldermanbury, Solicitor to the Fiat; of Mr Edw^yds, Official A*sjgnee to the Estate. 3 P«ncr«s; lane, London; and on the Bankrupt's Premises. Neath. IRON WORKS FOR SALE. A Small compact and valuable IRON WORK, now in full operation, situate at Gaillys, in the parish of A b e rd are, Glamorganshire, WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, in the month of JULY next, unless previously disposed of hy Private Contract. I nc work consists of one hrge Blast Furnace, with Blowing Engine, and every requisite convenience, with nearly 400 Acres of Mineral Property, ht;d under ad- vantageous leases. The Works adjoin the public Tram-road leading to the Aberdare and Cardiff Canal, from which port it is distant about 21 miles. The option of purchasing the Freehold Estate on which (III, works are situate will be offered, which consists of about 110 Acres, completely covered with coal and iron mine. Due notice will be given of the day of sale, and printed particulars arc in the course of prepara:ion. Any informa- tion respecting the above Property may be received on application to Mr G R. Morgan, Gadlys, near Merhtyr Tidvil. SIGHT RESTORED.—NERVOUS HEADACHE CLUED, and CHOLEUA PREVENTED.—Under the patronage of his late MAJESTY and the LORDS of the TREASURY.—Dr. ABERNETI1Y used it, and by that genileman it was termed the FACULTY'S D and S 1: ^Nurse SVADE Mecum.'—Dr. A NDIt EWS also recommends Its (ise as a preventive. Mrs. Giippy, No. 30, Nelson square, Ulackfriars road, curerl of Opiitliiiimia. Mr A. M ici utyre, aged 65, No. 3, Silver street, Gol(let, square, cured ill Gutt Serena. II, Liston, Esq. Marine Library. Ramsgate, Ken', cured of Ca'ar et. BIrs. ttnrberow, cured wli le at J tmaica of Gotta Serena, N", 37, M, street, Regt nt's park, London. 1\11'. r. Sanderson, No. 10, Harper street, L e(is, cured of Cataract. Numerous original testimonials from medical gentlemen and families of the brat respectabili.y, proving the anove, may he seen at 39, Brotirl street, Bloomsbiiry, and 24, King-Street, L()II Acre, (,ondon. The high patronage GllIMS TONE'S EYE SNUFF has at- tainei'. if a tesiiinonial beyond suspicion; This delightful herbaceous compound is the most wholesome sriufftaken, and is hil,11 recommended for its benign influence on all who u;e it. A LIST OF THE EDITORS I who hve recommended its frequent use to prevent Choler-i or any other contagion entering the syetein, and as an iutailihle restorative of SIGHT, and certain cure of Nervoii" Head-athe, are:—The Times, Evening Mail, Chronicle, Mori.ing -dd, Sunday Herald Old England, United Service Gazette, Morning News, Clio tenlmn Jom nal. Public Ledger, British Traveller, Weekly Tunes, Albion a d Star, Liverpool Ciironicle, Sun, Weeklv Dispatch, Giam >nnn, Monmouth, and I'lrecon Gasette, anti Ieltl" I Gllardian, True Sun, Crr;lartht'1I Join nal. Mr. Buckingham in his Parliamentary R-pints, lhe Legal K xaminer and Law Ciironn le, L iiiit s' illaghz'tie, Evangelic.d MagiZine, Eubl and West India SIufazine, &c. &c. Copy of a Letter sent to Mr. Grimstone, 39, Broad Street, litoomsbury. Dear Sir —You may make use of my name,, for n true tact, in taking your eye snuff, I have received such fcfat bei etit, in taking your eye I have received such fcfat bei etit, Ih:, f I ean see to ivrite WltlJOllt gJ..ssep, which I could J. before I look your Eye iSiiurt, my e)es being so very weak they are now perfectly strong I Many of nty P"°r a^e. meu and women would lis? it in preference to other ?ni:ll. but the\ caiiUft afford six pence per nonce or buy it caunister. I remair. Sir, yonr's respectfully, H. I'LUCKW'KLL, l.overnor of the Poor. Poor Hou«e,Tottenham, Middlesex, Jauoary 4th, 1834. Observations of the Editor of the "Old England," EYE SNUFV.—This is really an extraordinary preparation Of what it is composed wv f now not, but tbL we know, b'1' it is wi*11di 1 u !y efficacious, relitvfnt; headache, and purging t|ie cy.'s of injui ious l-Uin urs, especial'y if they are of a scrofn!"Us nature. It is aNo all extremely complain,lt companion »'?» loilini; over mn-!y boOl;« or wr>ti,,s,S) |)t)ii te|)(ts mos| powetfudy to enable tli eye to peiform without fttjj an unusual quantity of labour." Copy of a Letter sent to Mr. Grimstone. Leeds, July 4, 1S3L Sir,—I have received very great benefit from your Eye SnutT; I have been afflicted 1 en 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 make use of my Name, if it will do you any good, Excuse my writing. Your's faithfully, PETER SANDERSON, 19, 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 in Canis'ers. 8s., 4s. 4d., 2s. 4d Is. 3d., and 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-, Thomas Williams, Bookseller, Cnckhowell aud iu evefy principal Town I in the Kingdom. I I Glamorgan & Monmouthshire Horticultural Society. r¥'*HE next SHOW \>ill beholden at tlie TOWN- I HALL, CARDIFF, on WEDNESDAY the 22d day of JULY, instan", instead of the 15th instant, as before advertised, when' Prizes will be awarded f0r Flowers, Fruijj aud Vegetables. Coitagers Prizes will also lie given. The fourth and last Show will be held on the 23d September next. R. REEn, Honorary Secreiai-Y Cardiff, 1st July, 1855. COTTAGE WANTED-" WANTED to rent or purchase, in Monmouth- shire, in the neighbourhood of Chepstow, N'cw- port, or Cardifi. a few miles from the coast. a small Mo- dern-built detached COTTAGE with GARDEN, plea- santly situated. The Rent or Purchase Money must be very moderate, and the House in good repair. No objection will be made to rent a Cottage furnished, if in a good situ- ation. A"p)y (postage-paid) to H. P, Post Office, Chep- stow. r EXTENSIVE IRON WORKS, IN THE COUNTIES OF MONMOUTH AND BRECON. O be pTcmptorili) OnJ, "PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of i^v"TT Chancery, made in a Cause wherein the Most Noble JOHN CR1CHTON STUART, MARQUESS OF BUTE, and another, are Plaintiffs, and THOMAS SE A TON GORMAN, and others, are Defendants, before the Rio ht Honorable Robert Lord Henley, one of the Masters of the said Court, on FRIDAY the 10 h day of JIILY. 1835, at the Public Sale Room of the said Court, in SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON IN ONE LOT, All that extensive Freehold and Lease- hold Mineral Property, CALLED THE RUMNEY ESTATE, WITH THE IRON WORKS and MACHINERY thereon, situate in the Parishes of Bedwehy and Lat.gtinn.der,in the counties of Monmouth and lirecon, consisting the whole of about 1 779 Acres whereof 1 108, or thereabouts, are Freehold, and the remainder leasehold. Printed particulars may be had, gratis, at the said Master s Chambers, in Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London of Messrs Blunt, Roy. Bhnu.'and Duncari, Solicitors. No. 10, Liverpool Street, London; of Messrs Sweet and Sutton, Solicitors, No. 6, Basinghall Street, London; Messrs Meynck and Da"is, Solicitors Merthy? Tydvil; Mr Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff; at the Bush Inn, Bristol; and at the principal Inns in Cardiff and Merthvr Tydvil, in Glamorganshire; and in Chepstow and Newport, Monmouthshireand the Premises may he viewed, tipoil application, at the Works, where the Plans of the same may be seen. Just Published, BY WILLIAM REES, PRINTER, LLANDOVERY, PRICE SIXPENCE, The First Number of the NEW WELSH MONTHLY MAGAZINE, CALLED YR HAUL, To be Published on the First of each Month. CONTENTS OF No. I. TBBATISI*. Address; On Preaclli Linpg destruction ot Jerusalem; The P0liticia' Address t0 "The Sun; r'ctter ,tie Editors of "The Sun Me dilations in Margam Churchyar(i._HF PUBLI- CXr,?S?-Jr toTft °f Anting" Minister; Mr Finn s Letter to Mr U Connrll • Tim n j J h> r June, 1S33.-POLITICS. l^un;ukon ,l, > g y o- of the removal of the late M,ni t n 'P injurious effects towards Sir James William,'Subscriptions Russell's defeat in Devonshire T]' rlV' L°p ,r° ^^rThe0^?, ?Sf u r t<r Quarterly Mo t- u,n<*er storois; Calvinistic Methodists Tribute of'respect to a Clcrgrl" l2;, /n' t''1 tempest; Suicide; Acci- dcntal oca. >'« occurrencc; C.tting and uVa'" "P"" > *LI Honravitv in aKo c 0IS°uing Hydrophobia; Horrible Deprav. y m ahoy; Suspicion of Murder'; G,od news; I)rfi^re I li i,ii lhe Irish Church Melan- choly. "r Deil^1 J',ance 5 Spain Portugal; [""erica" Germany; M exic'P'V E<m f"diCS S)Uth rrVcF House of r ARY LN TE R Hot:" Mr Hii £ fns' Agricultural Distress; Inform"" Ecclesiastical (Jomnti ChTarlton Municipal Reform, j ,^°™m'ssion; Irish Tithes; Dis- House of LORDRERY-' ,COUNSEL FOR PRI" XU. **>*>■ RSFFS rTWr. vsrs*' «- Cf' Id Lonlon M^s rs r,„U H^'cs, IT,, St. M.rdiiile i/rean Abergavenny ?rr J w' w B )lt' Cl,e»ter; Blr J. H. Komas Willi Post O.Hce, Be, T- íIE UIYERSAL LIfE ASUI{ANCESOCIE.T'r, i :os Endowments, f0r Lives, Survivor and Sale of Reversions and Ann^i'tie^ '>UrChaSC CAPITAL 4500,ooo. Vatrait.g. Co,0/?'Lfrp^r^RT H CUNLIFFE.Bart. S,r GEORGE THOMAs STAUNTON, Bart. MP F RS rRr^rR.i,AspER NlCHOLLS, K.C.B. s- Sir RICE. Colonel Sir JAMES SUTHERLAND. Qtrectorjs. Sir HENRY W.LLCOCK, K.L.S. Chairman JOHN STEW AUT, Esq. M.P. Deputy Chairman. John Bagshaw Esq Charles Ouay Mayne, Eso. Alexander Ba,lhe, Esq. Robm M J > > Aiigustiis Bosanquet. Esq. Jdlln Roger, jnn. E,q. V r \v Tt C ZCe' Uees Gonrig Thomas. Esq. 151 hs Watkm CunchfYp n William Ivilburn, Esq Thomson, E-q. Treasurer,-I?asco QT I0"0A' R N' asco St. Leger Orenfcli, Esq. nubitor. Crawford Davion Kerr, Esq. ,r')h" Arnold Mello. Esq. 1 nriothy Wiggin, Esq. Physician—R Ja")cs 'isdaile and Co. Solicitors^MEENJ',nvl PICRCE' Es1; M-D' and C )Stcr,lL Robert Christie, Esq. Table shewing the ar¡(¡l 7>remill1li for ASSL^G~ £ \ia Single Life. Age. Whole Life. I Seven Years. One Year. 20 1 1^ ° 0 2 0 18 2 25 2 f 2 1 2 11 119 30 2 ft in 1 6 fi 14 1 35 2 u ? 1 10 4 184 In It11 1 13 9 1 12 5 45 3 if ° 1 17 1 1 '•"> 4 to 4 r ? 2 3 3 1 19 S d0 r 4 5 6 2 15 1 2 8 2 Mr Thomas j0Ucs phnu thg Univctsai( fid' The°»n l° ,hc ab0VR specimen of raics for u t>,is Sorietv 1 ,ddvau,aSfcS offered to the public red bv refil^0 "rl'ier secures tlie interest of the aSX D'lrecto fnr? t0^1Pm "fourths of the profits. tn he made whh° w "S Society have caused investigation i gteat care into all the Institutions for I ,fe Insurances existing in the country and lhcy trust yh ,lfr in sc?'^ting from each what as a whole will place the.r Establishment on the most secure, jiidicictis, and sittisfactory footing, hoth to the Proprietors and to the assurett, A branch of the Universal has been formed in the Metropo s of India, and agents, Messrs. Baeshaw and C°V rPtPk'in'ie<i' S° aS 10 afford reciprocal advantages to both Establishments. a!il'lvherinformation' aPPly to Mr Thomas Jones Phihips, Solicitor, Newport, Monmouthshire. Hbcriiarc Cauat flabtsatton. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING or Assembly of the Com- oanv of Proprietors of this Navigation, will be held at tiie Canal Office, (at the head of the said Canal) on THURSDAY the 16;h day of JULY next, at the hour i f Eleven o'clock in the forenoon-. THOMAS WAYNE, Clerk to tiie Company. Canal Office, June 22d, 1835 EXTENSIVE SALE OF HOaSES. Bristol Horse Bazaar and Car- riage Mart, FOr. TH E SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, Sic. &c. By Commission daily, and by Auction every Thursday, IEFG'I and WITHERS beg leave to inform the Jl Nobility. Gentry, and Public of Brecon and its Vi- cinitv, that in addirion to the Horses now on Sale hv Com- mission, they will receive from IRELANP on WEDNES- DAY the Sth instam, a number of uell selected fresh YOUNG IRISH HO USES, adapted for various purposes, and which will be ready for inspection and trial ou the following Morning, The S ALE BY AUCTION takes [ lace every Thu sduy at One o'clock, and all Lots intended for Sale on that Day should be seiit in on the Tuesday previous. Gentlemen having Horses, Carriages, &c. to dispose of, will lind every effort used by the Proprietors of the B.uaar to effect an early Sale, and the Balance of all Accounts promptly set tied. Horses let on job, taken in at livery, broke for the saddle or barnes-, and veterinary medicines dispensed. Bazaar, 1st July, 1835.

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