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AGENTS FOR BRISTOL AND HEREFORD. | BRISTOL: Mr. JOliN REES, 31, College Green HEREFORD: Mr. W.H. VALE, Bookseller, High JM LONDON AGENTS. /r Messrs NEWTON and Co., Warwick Square. Mr. R. BARKER, 33, Fleet treet. Mr. S. DEACoN, Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook lfr.G. REYNELL, 42, Chancery Lane, Fleet Strec MR. HAMMOND, 27, Lombard street, MR. JOSEPH THOMAS, 1, Finch Lane, AND To all Posuaastets and Clerks of the Roads. i This Paper is regularly filed at Pool's Cogeo HoltH, Fleet Street. TheChaptar Coffee House, St. Paul's. And at theCalonial Coffee House, Walbrook, Londi
jBfti THE SCHOONER JjjS CARDIFF PACKET, It 11 D. JONES, MASTER, Ow Loadiug at COTTON'S WHARF, Tooley f0rc# Streel London, to^^]?e1t*f,ort'M*rilivr'Aberaavennu.Brecon. >«e«j Cowbridge, Bridgend, and ItIl4 d *U1 positively .ail on FRIDAY, the 2nd «f V? OCTOBER, 1835. I ittif v''tC'*P^'y to the Master, on Board; Mr R. Jort; Mr Thomas Richards, Abergavenny, tk °°- Brecon; Mr Smith, • London or to Mr Fairclough, Agent to n London Shipping Company, at Cardiff, PTtMBR 17, 1885. I ^§jS^IPP AND BRISTOL. ill111 The New and Swift Going Steam Packet, NAUTILUS, ^S89^ 60 Horse Power, JOHN ALLEN, Commander, to ply on t]je following Days :—■ f FROM CARDIFF. ty0,1<Uy E^T" Coach from Merthyr. ^"esdaV'on morning 4 morning T* „ 10i morning 6 morning °tTe, Packets, NACTILOS aud LADY CHAR- 0iomi.ln}en^e(* t0 Sail a* follows, from Cardiff, ■Kb of October, lb35:- „ Coach from Coach from J^da Bridgend. Merthyr *••••121 after. 84 morn o"" after. 9i morn f "•••• 2J after.10J morn. t r „ FROM BRISTOL. 'a" Coach to Merthyr. ¡ 1 S* 8 morning.12 noon 'ean? Packets, NAPTILUS and LADY CHAR- ,n,e«ded to Sail as follows, from Bristol, I nth of October, 1835:— f. Coach to Coach to b r*tlav Oct. Bridgend. Merthyr. S»!V morn. 3 after } "'day*" after. 4j alter. a lj after. 5i after p AFTER CABIN, 5S. | ■to.Jj Q °r 'urther Particulars, see Hand Bill. I ft' ^°bt^°ou^0r Cardiff taken in at Cumberland Basin, j 0^1, D. ,Pla,n. Agent; and at No. 12, Quay Street, I b»**rP^illv r. n.G* Jones, Agent; also for Merthyr, Ah j'wbri<iKc, Llantrissent, and Bridgend, New- I lea** ure' 4cc- II bein6 importance that she I o kt her p Br,stol immediately she fleets, in order to Ste<Jth»fA&SR?e t0 Cardiff the same Tide, it is re- I jj *? (,t ~*rriages and Horses intended to be Shipped, f 'flg, u8" £ rfown previous to the time advertised for —t" Mary street, Cardiff, RICH- TODD, Agent. | ",A b .IPP AND BRISTOL ■ ——— The New and beautiful Fast Sailing Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, 2, 10 Engines 30 Horse Power Each, j Will JO"N ALLWARD, Commander, l y faring September, with Passengers and Goods, I as follows:- t s FROM CARDIFF. I -P. Coach from Bridgend. f ."IJ ES D A 9k morning 5J morning. | St FROM BRISTOL. • Jjj Coach to Bxidycnd. 30*["^oNDA Y 7J morning 2 afternoon. ^^■••Dnesday 9:f morning 2 afternoon ,n9* for October will be found in the preceding advertisement. J t ^iltlr 'tES :—Cabin, 5s.—Fore Cabin, 3s. 'c'1* Ullder 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is. I A j> j t?s^I*ient^e attends the Ladies' Cabin.—Re- Pn. S m'-v be had on Board on moderate Terms. I lj "Ir-Wj i 'f»o U/i ^arr'age» 2ls.; Ditto drawn by One Horse, J ana t»- Carriage, 10 s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; .• i 'der, After Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d. a 1|. l)V nt?e re9^^teii to order all Goods intended for m^OTTK to be sent to Clare S;reet Hall, Pack *slo'.from whence they will be conveyed the Company's expense. tbt necessary the Packet should leave V> (j9rj'i8'ant she fleets, in order to make her Pas- t^0r,s uT''le *aineTide,it is requested that Carriages J4* tinj- *y he brought down Half an Hour previous t filS aQverlised for Sailing. |j' »o .d Cowbridge.—A Fast Light Post Coach i <nvirom the Lddy Char,otte- t0 an(* ^rom IfjAberdare, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, 0^ in j" CaerphtUy.—Goods forwarded to these iowv^l.uli op Canal Boats and Waggons immediately W. ordered by any particular conveyance, ) W. Urllesg ordered by any particular conveyance, 'Uli ''O'Hc -i, y w'" be deposited in the Steam Packet **ty. called for.—Freight to be paid on a8fs. Parcels,&c.&c. forwarded to all parts l^hout delay, when sent to either of their *« .y h i offices in Cardiff or Bristol. obu; Cr. 'nf°'mation as to Freight, &c. will be u P*cWDerx'> aPP'y'ng lo the Agents. Mr Donovan, '•o c?» on t'ie Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr Prince's Street, Bristol. I' leach's Royal Zest. Ur-.J0 TfHfE LABIES, tilth °F FAMIL,JES, EPICUREANS, H!-E,,I0WIJM ,n ^e^*ciotis flavours and a refined taste i p/ea»u' eleTy ^h at the table—combining economy f pQi Te' and producing that pleasing sensation on | V^(/5ica(.a'e. ^'at satisfaction beam* in every eye, and Jl et £ ry countenance tj^V thai .r LEACH most respectfully announces Nn* tt°VAL ZKST SAUCK is patronised by bv°U8lper*0ns wii0 sit around. t,ielr Majesties' w!'°[n it is considered a rich delicacy its 'hin together with its freedom evClaf ^^dominant, rendeis it a real coneentra- *hi.'l*8e of IK"06 of a*' that is truly nice, merits the [• Ladies and the universal British Public. I Ste It e 4tid rctiiied production is used for Fish, **lf '» ren'- ^eat- Hashes Stews, and wherever botu^ for APPETITE or ENJOYMENT. In ^CH»S; CS each' and pint bottles 3#. 6d. Also, k ^dtobSTRUE ESSENCE OF ANCHOVIES, ? ^<al prj* c9ual to the best that ever was made, at ^Cl|>oe" f«r> In1MITABLY DELICIOUS ANCHOVY %n°Ht.s •- PAST, &e. This bealltiful conti i- Ij1* t0 keep itf favour in any climate. In f large size 3s. each. ^a„ ACil S BUITISH PICKLES, *ay, ^.and two quart squares, pickled in the most »|tlT Ut a,iy chomical or pernicious ingredient ?ver *ll<'ationOU^'1 t',e,r beauty and flavor is their high *r»e *^ake lbfir convenience and cheapness will Sg ia ^-sirable. Pints Is. fid.; quarts 3s.; W .ts ^d., glass included. t^'y estee CH'S JOHN BULL SAUCE, l'lose who know the flavor of rich t«E\' ^es» 0l' stews, 2s. 6d. per bottle. ^Vft0l*»an KING 0F 0UDE SAUCE, hot°r'na' rec'pe after the fall ol'Seringapatam. h*18 Gu^1,atlt' ai"' sP'cy nature of this sauce, it is 3S 'i'cs> Hashes S¡ews, &c. It) half-pints at J1* UK1 .^aPer» eacl1* Ami every kind of Vinegar, ^kcw.6 inav i ^c-, with Kobt. Leach's name on °°dne8g depended on for its wholsome nature ^Vny- ast- *^1* ACH 'S SERVANTS' FRIEND, Lead, the best in the world. Ask W, y* end. In packets at Is. per lb. in any «v^°le*#ie ^"J^ctablo nla^°'born Hill, London; and ruggi»t ud Grocer ia Great Britain. BRISTOL AND NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, the NEXT WEEK, FROM BRISTOL, SEP. 28, MONDAY 10 morning 29, TUESDAY ..i, 41 wori»»g- >0, WEDNESDAY morning FROM NEWPORT. SEP. 28, MONDAY g morning 29, Tu E8DA :Y' 9 morning 80, WEDNBTOAY 9 morning FARES After Cabin, 4S Fore-Cabin, 28. Children under 12 Years of Age, Halfprice.-Dogs, Is each. To and Fro same Day, provided a To and Fro Ticket is taken, After-Cabin 6s Fore-Cabin 3S. Four-Wheel Carriage, 2011. j Two-Wheel ditto, 10s. Horses each. 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s Horse and Rider, After-Cabin, 7s; ditto Fore-Cabin, 6s. The Proprietors of the above SteafP Packets GIVE NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) unless booked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; and if above the value of 40s. entered at its value, and Carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time of Booking. Packet-Offices, Rownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, Newport. JOHN JONES, Agent. These Packets will discontinue Plying twice a-day (from the 12th instant) during the Winter Months. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY. Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IROM WORKS, through Abercarn, New- btidge. Bedwelty, and Nantyrlo.-A Coach Daily between these places and Newport arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morning, and starting at 2 o'clock afternoon. September I, 1835. ° [P£lœlJJlJ!Jf)rJ General 39rugt ITALIAN if TEA WAREHOUSE, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDVIL. W FARLEY returns his sincere thanks to the • Gentry and Inhabitants of Merthyr Tydvil, and its vicinity, for their most liberal support and patron- age, and begs to iuform them that he havjust received AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF TEAS, AT REDUCED PRICES, and hopes, by his strict and personal attention to the commands of those who may br. disposed to honor him with their confidence, to merit a continuance of their approbation by keeping the best Teas at the following prices:- s. d. Fine Tea a -4 GOOD Coitgou -3 -8 Congou kind. 4 0 Stout Congou 4 s Superior Congou, for Families and Inn- keepers. 5 4 Good Twankay Green 5 4 and upwards. N. B.- Drugs and Chemicals of the choicest description, and not to be surpassed in quality or cheapness, by any other House. AN APPRENTICE WANTED. Birmingham, Liverpool, and Manchester. BELL COACH OFFICE BRECON. UNPARALLELED ACCOMMODATION. Avoiding the original expensive and circuitous Route of Worcester. ]\7 ORTH AND SOUTH WALES CONNECTED _[\j by an entire New Line of Koad fi-om Tenby, Car- matthen and Merthyr lydvil, to Birmingham, Shrews- bury, and Liverpool direct, TmnB JBHHI0) T-R(DM-Fm, FOUR HORSE PATENT SAFETY COACH, FROM THE ABOVE OFFICES, AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PARES, Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, & FRIDAY Mornings, Merthyr, at a Quarter before Five Brecon, Half-past Seven. Through Hay, Kington, Leominster, Tenbuvy, Bewd- ley, Kidderminster, Stourbridge, and Dudley, arriving at the Hen and Chickcus, Swan, Nelson, and Castle flotels, Birmingham, the same Evening, iu time for all the Night Coaches to the North of England; as also at the Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury, about the GAME Hour; from whence COACHES leave AT a seasonable Hour the following Morning, arriving early the same Day at their respective Coach Offices. Liverpool and Manchester. THE RED ROVER, Every Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, to the Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, and Cobourg-Hotel, Tenby; also to Llampeterand Aberyst- wyth. THE FVSILEER. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, to Bristol, Bath, and West of England, at half- past Seven. The Splendid Fast Four-Horse COACH, THE PAUL PRY, To Cheltenbarn, Oxford, and Lon- don, every Day (Sunday excepted) at Eleven, arriving in London the following Morning, at Six. N.B.- The Rover meets the Bang-up at Leominster, by which Passengers proceed to Shrewsbury. POST HORSES AT Is. PER MII.E,AT THE BELL, BRECON. PERFORMED BY W. JONES & CO. CHOLERA. FROM the great relief and effectual cures afforded to so many 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 ofTerhis MTHERIAL 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 Fulnoss, Pain and Oppres- sion after Mca's also those Pains of the Stomach and Bowels, which arise from Gouty Flatulencies; also in Cliolirs, Spasms, Crumps, LowlHss of Spirits, Hysterical Atfections 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 supciihious. when the undersigned and 158 other eminent Medical Gentlemen have given their nu qualified approbation of it-Prepared by D. Woodhouse, Operative Chemist, King William street, London Bridge, and sold in Boules 2s 6d. 4s. 6d, and 10s. 6d. each. May be had of Mrs. Jenkins, Merthyr 'Tydfil, All*- 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 Marylehone 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. Diocese of IilandafF rpHE AUTUMNAL VISITATION of the Re- J_ verend and Worshipful WILLIAM B SUCE KNIGHT, M.A, Chancellor of the Diocese of Llandaff, will he held at tfae places and times hereunder mentioned :— At COWBRIDGFIK -an TUESDAY* the 6th of OCT. next. AtLL\NDAFF.on FRIDAY ..tlhe 9th At USK on WEDNESDAY, the H(h. -Åt;'NtEWPORT"ou'THURSDAY th»15ih. The Chancellor takes this opportunity of expressing his hope. that all such defects as were presented at the last Visitation- will have been set in order, and that Certificates to that effect will be regularly delivered to him at the several places of Visitation, by all such parties as have not already certified. He will aUo feel grea'ly obliged to the several Rural Deans, for any information with which they may be pleased to favour him in regard to the condition of the Churches, Churchyard-, Glebe Houses, and Lands, &c. in their respective Jurisdictions. Registry, Llandaff, 8th Sep., 1835. Society for Promoting @HJ]8JOOrn. HE ANNIVERSARY MEETING of the COW- BRIDGE DISTRICT COMMITTEE of the above n'lirnr'p"11 ^rT,ield in ,he TOWN HALL, at CO^V- BHIDGE, on TUESDAY the SIXTH day of OCTOBER NF.XT, when a Statement of the Accounts, and of the Proceedings of the Committee during the last year, will be made, and the other usual Business of the Meeting transacted. The Sermon will be preached in the Parish Church of Cowbridge (the Service to commence at Eleven o'clock) by the A Rev. THOMAS EDMONDES, M.A. Vicar, And the Chair will be taken, at One o'clock, by THE LORD BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE. HUGH WILLIAMS, Llandaff, Secretary and Treasurer. September 10, 1835. 61itmorganobirt Sentritt &grt= cultural otíttJZ. AT the SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY held at the BEAR INN. COW- BRIDGE, on TUESDAY, 22 SEPTEMBER, 1835. The Hon. W. B. GREY, in the Chair. Resolt,ed,-That Mr John Walker, of Burton, Wor- cestershire, be appointed Judge of the Show Resolved, That the Premiums be adjudged as follows STOCK. CLASS 1ST.—GLAMORGAN BREED. To Mesu K and C. Bradley, of Treguff Place, for the best bull, cow, and calf, (being their progeny) the property of the same owner,.EIO. To ditto, for the best heifer, two years old, 15. To Mr Win. Williams, of St Hilary, for the best pair of two year old steers, £ 5. To Messrs Bradley, for the best pair of yearling steei,s, ss, f J b To ditto, for the best yoke of oxen, four year old f5. CLASS 2ND-ANY BREED. To Mr John Barnes, of Lesworney, for the best bull, i cow, and -If, (L-i,4i their progeuy) the property of-the same owner, £10. To Mr Henry Morgan, of Pengam, for the best bull, £ 5. To Mr Thomas Thomas, of Tydraw, for the best yearling bull, £5. To Messrs Bradley, for the best two year old heifer, £ 5. To Mr Wm. Wood, of Ash Hall, for the best yearling heifer, fS. CLASS 3.-ANY KrND. To Mr Thomas Thomas, for the best bull, cow, and calf, (being the progeny) the property of the same owner, £]0, The qualification is disputed. To Mr Wm. Wood, for the best two years old heifer. £5. The qualification is disputed. To Rev. John Edwardes, for the best yearling heifer, £3. The qualification is disputed. To Mr Philpots, of Caera, for the best pair of two year old steers, £ 5. To Mr Wm. Wood, for the best pair of yearling steers, £3, To Mr Skyrme, of the Splott, for the best fat ox, £ 5. To Messrs Bradley, for the best fat cow, fr). SH EEP. To Mr Edmund Lewis, of Whitchurch, for the best ram, f5. To Mr Skyrme, for the best yearlingrain, X3. To Mr Edmund David, of St. Mary Hill, for the best hilly ram, £ 2. To Captain Howells, for the best pen of ten yearling ewes, £ 5. To Mr Skyrme, for the best pen of ten yearling wethers, £ 5. To Mr Edmund David, for the best pen of ten yearling hilly ewes, £ 2. PIGS. To Mr Lloyd, of Lanishen, for the best boar. X2. To Mr Barues, for the best year ling boar, HORSES. To Mr W. Whapham. of Bonvilstone, for the best stallion, not cxcecding six years old, for the general j purposes of husbandry, £ 5. To Messrs Bradley, for the best siallion, not exceeding ten years old, for hunting or coach purposes, £10, To Mr Thomas Thomas, for the best three year old horse, for the general purposes of husbandry, X5. To Mr John Sands, of Landough, for the best three years old horse, for hunting or coach purposes, f5. WM. BOOTH GREY, President. Re,olt,ed-Tile Chairman having quitted the Chair, that the thanks of this Meeting be given him for his active Bupport to the Society and his conduct in the Chair. EDWARD BRADLEY, Secretary. T. WILLIAMS, Arfm MERTHYR TYDVIL AND BRECON, HAVING been appointed an Agent for the ce- lebrated East India Tea Company, (of 9, GREAT ST. HELEN'S, LONDON,) begs to recom. I mend the Teas to your notice, and in confidence that their Qualities and Prices will prove satisfactory to the Purchaser, he solicits you to give them a fair trial." PRICES. BLACK TEA. per lb. pr. Ib. s. d. s. d. Finer. S 11 Bohea 3s & 3 4 Finest 9 11 Good ordinary Con- Finest Flowery Pekoe S II gOU 3s Sd & 4 0 GREEN TEA. Better ditto 4 6 Green 4 8 Coarse ditto 5 0 Hyson Skin 5 6 Hough ditto 5 3 Twankay. 5 3 Fine ditto 5 g Small leaf ditto. 5 11 Pekoe Flavoured ditto 5 11 Hyson 6 6 Flowery Pekoe 6 0 Dtto 7 0 Souchong 6 6 lJlUO 7 2 Orange Pekoe. 6 8 Fine ditto 7 10 Caper Souchong 7 0 Diuo> di[t0 s 6 Finer ditto 7 2 Ditto djtt0 8 n Finest (litto 7 10 Gunpowder ditto 9 11 Lapsang kind 8 g Finest ditto 10 11 COFFEE. s. d. d. d. Plantation, com. 1 8 Dntch I II per lb. 6 per Jib 1J per oz. East India 2 6" 7f „ 2 Finer ditto 2 10 8" Turkey 3 6 101 From Cobbett's Register, September 3, 1825. There is a vast-difference between real and fictitious Companies. There appears to be a New Company deal- ing in Tea, that is worthy of public attention. 1, for inv own part, am for MALT, but if People will have Tea, It is certainly better for them to have it cheap instead of dear, if of the same quality better for People to have real lea than real Poison. There is a Tea Company, whose Offices are, it seems, at No. 149, Loadenhall Street (removed to 9, Great Sr. Helen's), whose different sorts ot Tea, a Lady, of great experience in this matter, assures me are as good of their kinds as she ever tasted Now, if this be so, as I believe it is, why should not the Working Classes in particular, if they will have T,ia in preference to Malt, take this mode of making their earn iugs more effective to their support? Why should they not apply to the purchase of meat and bread apart. at least, of that which they now give out of their sweat to fatten the cormoraiit Monopolizers of this article of Tea?' P.S. The Agent will engage to supply families with chests (841bs.) and boxes (12 tt)501bs.), allowing five per cent. discount from any of the above prices, carriage free. THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE FUND FOR L ATTENDING TO THE REGISTRATION OF VOTERS IN THE (iJA., IN THIS COUNTY, 1 are requested TO MJSETat the WYNDHAM ARMS IK*, BRIDGEND, on MONDAY the 28th ihst.^t o'clock; and those. Friepds of, the CiLose, who: have not already tnbtcribed, and are ka disposed, are requesfed'to aend their name; to me. H. I. GftAHT. The Gnoll, Neath, September 15th, 1835. ffrfrgmfc national Sbcftool* A MASTER WANTED, who must have b#en instructed in the MADRAS SYSTEM, and can bring the most unexceptionable references. A house it provided for hhn. GADlE NOTICE. IT is requested that NO PERSON WILL SHOOT t or otherwise trespass on the Lands of J. H. ALLEN, Esq in the Parish of LLANWONNO. Whoever is found so doing will be punished according to Law. JOHN LLEWELYN, Agent to J. H. Allen, Esq. Fforest, Llanwonno, Aug. 24, 1835. GAME NOTICE. A LL Persons are requested TO REFRAIN FROM SHOOTING ON THE ABERAMAN ESTATE, and the other Lands of the Late ANTHONY BACON, Esq in the Parish of ABERDARE. Any Person found Trespassing, after this Notice, will be proceeded against. By Order of the Trustees of the said Estate, ROBERT REA. Aberaman, Aug. 25, 1835. 6lamorflamrture Canal Habitation. "VT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a SPECIAL i.^1 GENERAL MEETING, or Assembly of the Company of Proprietors of the said Canal Navigation, will be held at the CARDIIFF ARMS INN, in the town of CARDIFF, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of OCTOBER next, at I welve o'clock in the Forenoon, for the parpose of taking into consideration the propriety of receiving,from the Fi eigliters on the said Canal, fixed rates of Tonnage upon their respective Goods, conveyed along the said Canal, for a fixed period. WILLIAM CRAWSHAY. WILLIAM CRAWSHAY, jun. THOMAS THOMAS. GEORGE THOMAS. CHARLES C. WILLIAMS. Dated this 21st day of September, 1835. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the PART- NERSHIP, lately subsisting between PETER RYDER WAKEMAN & RICHAHUWOODrHOIlPE, of the town of CRICKHOWELL, in the County of Brecon, Surgeons, Apothecaries, and Accoucheurs, was THIS DAY DISSOLVED, by mutual consent. All persons who stand indebted to the late firm of "Wakeman and Woodiliorpe," are requested forthwith to pay the amount of their respective debts to the said Mr Wakeman.by whom alone the Practice will in future be carried on; and who will also pay all Debts con- tracted by him on account of the said Partnership. 25th July, 1835. Mr Wakeman has a vacancy for a yoang Gentleman as an Articled Pupil. COURTS LEET. GLAMORGANSHIRE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the [ counTS LEET of our SOVEREIGN LORD THE KING, and GENER\L COUNTS BAilON. of The MOST HONORABLE JOHN CRICHTON STUART, MARQUESS OF BUTE and EARL OF DUMFRIES, BARON CARDIFF, of Cardiff Castle, Lord of the seve. ral Manors hereinalter named, will be holden at the several places, and on the several Days following, that is to say For the Manors of Leqllelh, Landougb. Cogan, Cosine- stone, and W alterstone, at the Dwelling House of Nicholas Rimbron, Innkeeper, situate at Lequeth. on Wednesday, the 30th Day of September instant, at 12 o'Clock at Noon. For the Manors of Senghcnith supra et subtus, cum Membris Whitchurch.Rudry et Lanved w, at the Dwelling House of N icholas Hopkins, Innkeeper, at Caerphilly, on Thursday, the 1st Day of October next, at 12 o'Clock at Noon. For the Manor of Llanblethian, at the Dwelling House of James Ballard, Innkeeper, situate at Cowbridge, on Monday, the 5th Day of October next, at 12 o'Clock at Noon. For the Manor of Glynronthy, at the Dwelling House of Margaret William, Innkeeper, at Pandy, on Tuesday, the 6th Day of October next, at 12 o'Clock at Noon. For the Manors of Lystalybont, Roath Dogfield. ltoath Tewkesbury, Spittle, White Friars, and Kibbor, at the Dwelling House of William Richards, Innkeeper, situate iu the Town of Cardiff, on Wednesday, the 7th Day of October next, at One o'Clock in the Afternoon. For the Manors of Boverton, Lantwit, and Lantwit Rawley, at the Dwelling House of Thomas Thomas, Innkeeper, situate at Lantwit Major, on Thursday, the &th Day of October next, at 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon. For the Manors of Lanmaics, Bedford, and Malefant, at the Dwelling House of William Williams, Innkeeper, situate at Laninaes, on Thursday the 8h Day of October next, at 12 o'Clock at Noon. For the Manor of Miskin cum Membris, Pcntyrch, and CIUIl, at the Town Hall, Lantrissent, on Fiiday, the 9:11 Day of October next, at 10 o'Clock in the Forenoon. For the Manor of Ruthin, at the Dwelling House of Martha Howell, Innkeeper. Lanharran, on Friday, the 9th Day of October nex', at 12 o'Clock at Noon. When and where all Persons who owe Suit and Service to the said several Courts are required to attend, and to pay their respective Quit Rents, Fines, ond other Rents, due to the Lord of the said Manors. EDWARD PRIEST RICHARDS. Steward. Cardiff, 21st September, 1835. WHEREAS, WE, THOMAS JENKINS, and RlCHAivD MEYRICK did, last October, break into the Church and Belfry of Saint Fagan's, and RING THE BELLS AGAINST THE WILL OF THE UEVE, REND DR. LISLE, Rector of that parish; and, though cautioned and admonished, did repeat the offence, for which be, very properly, did institute a suit against 11s in the Ecclesiastical Court of Llandaff; and,notwithstanding the admonition and kind advice of the Chancellor, we refused to plead guilty, following the advice of certain farmers and evil-disposed persons, who promised to hold us harmless, but now have leit us in the lurch and, being convicted of the said offences, by due course of law, (being unable to make any defence) by which we have subjected ourselves to certain Ecclesiastical censures, and liable to heavy costsof suit, which. being unable to pay, we have been sent to prison. But the Reverend Dr. Lisle, considering us the dupes of artful and wicked men, has kindly consented to release us, for which benevolent act we humbly thank him, begging his pardon, and promising to behave in au orderly manner for the future. And this, our submission, having been explained and read over to us, we desire may be inserted in the public papers, as a warning to others. Cardiff Jail. 17th September, 1835. The mark of Witnesses' >5 THOS. H. MORGAN. THOMAS JENKINS. EDWARD STEPHENS. RICII\RD MEYRICK. -m \%fI[(@ICnrnÆ11!JJm Blacfung, gJnk, l&atncgg |lo!isrti Manufactory, Birmingham* JOHN HOBDAY returns his grateful acknow- ledgments to the Merchants of Birmingham, Liverpool, and his Customers throughout North and South Wales, who have patronised his eKertious ■ and soliciting future support, be feels no hesitation in assert- ing that he is able to compete with any House in the Trade the increasing demand for his Blacking proves beyond all doubt, it is far superior to any offered to the Public. J. H. takes this opportunity of cautioning his Friends, not to pay any money. nor give orders to any person, on his behalf, having no connexion with any House in the Trade at Birmingham or elsewhere. [DQDïrV OF LAORG AN. NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN, That ED- WARD VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, and HENRY ALLEN WEDGWOOD, Bsquircs, the Barrifttr* ap- pointed to Revise the Liui af Totwo in dw Xlsdion of Knights of the Strive for the Coam, of GLAIRORGAN, will make a Circuit of the said Comity, and hold Courts for the purpose of Revising such Lists at the several times and places following, that is to may:- On THURSDAY, the 24th day of SEPTEMBER, 18M, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Borough of SWANSEA, for Revising the Lilltl relating to all the Parishes and Places within the several Hundreds of Swansea and Ltangefelach. On MONDAY, the 28th day of SEPTEMBER, 1885, at Ten oelock in the Forenoon, at the Borough of NEATH, for Revising the Lists relating to all the Parishes and Places within the Hundred of Neath. On WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of SEPTEMBER, 1885, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Town of BRIDGEND, for Revising the Lists relating t all the Parishes and Places within the several Hundreds of Newcastle and Ogmore. On THURSDAY, the lat day of OCTOBER, 1815 at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Borough of COW- BRIDGE, for Revising the Lists relating to all the Parishes and Places within the Hundred of Cowbridge. On FRIDAY, the 2d day of OCTOBER, 18S5, at Nine o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Borough of CARDIFF, for Revising the Lists relating to all the Parishet, and Places within the several Hundreds of Dynaspowis, and Kibbor, and Cardiff Town. On SATURDAY, the Srd day of OCTOBER, 1835 at Ten o'Clock in the forenoon, at the Borough of LLA*N TR1SSENT, for Revising the Lists relating to all th. Parishes and Places witliitk the Hundred of Miskin except the Parish of Aberdare. » And on MONDAY, the 5th day of OCTOBER, 1835, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon,at MERTHYR TYDVII,, for Revising the Lists relating to all the Parishes and Places within the Hundred of Caembilly, and also the Parish of Aberdare. At which Courts, the respective Overseers of the Poor are to attend; and they are hereby Cautioned that 11 by the Act lately passed for Amending the Representation of the People of England and Wales, every Overseer who does not attend at the time and place above specified for the Parish of which he is Overseer, will be liable to a Penalty of FfVE HUNDRED POUNDS. September, 1835. BORCurpHe OF Cardiff, Cowbridge, and Llantrissent; Swansea, Loughor, Neath, Aberavon, and Kevjig; and Merthyr Tydvil. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EDWARD VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, and HENRY ALLEN WEDGWOOD, Esquires, the Barristers appointed to Revise the Lists of Voters for the several Boroughs above-named, will hold Conrts for those purposes at the times and places following, that is to say:- For the Borough of LOUGHOR, on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd day of SEPTEMBER, 1835. at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the said Borough of Loughor. Fot the Borough of SWANSEA, on SATURDAY, the 26th day of SEPTEMBER, 1835, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the said Borough of Swansea. For the Borough of NEATH, on MONDAY, the 28tb day of SEPTEMBER. 1835, at Two o'clock in the After- noon, at the said Borough of Neath. For the Borough of ABERXVON, on TUESDAY, the 29th day of SEPTEMBER, 1835, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the said Borough of Aberavon. For the Borough of KENFIG, on TUESDAY, the 29th day of SEPTEMBER, IS35, at Two o'Clock in the After, noon at the said Borough of Kenfig. For the Borough of CO* BRIDGE, on TIIU.ISDAY the First day of OCTOBER, 1835 at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the said Borough of Cowbridge. e For the Borough of CARDIFF, on IRIDVY, the Second day of OCTOBER, 18M, at Two O Ciock iu THE Afternoon at the said Borough ot Cardiff. For EE Borough of LLANTRISSENT, on SATURDAY, the Third day of OCTOBER, 183O at Two o'Clock iN (HE Afternoon, at the said Borough of Llantrissent. For the Borough of MERTHYR TYDVIL, onTUES. DAY, the Sixth day of OCTOBER, 1835, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the said Borough of Merthyr Tydvil. At which Courts the respective lown Clerks of the said Boroughs, and the Overseers of the Parishes wherein such Boroughs are either wholly or partly situated, are to attend. Aud tbey are hereby cautioned, that by NOT #T. tending, they will incur the Penalty of FIVE HUNDRED rOUNDS. September, 1635. COUN7,y OF M0MM@UTH. I WILLIAM WHATELEY, Esquire, of the 3 Inner Temple. Barrister at Law having been duly apoointed to Revise the Lists of Voters in the Election of Kniehts of the Shire for the County of MONMOUTH HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that shall make a CIRCUIT of the said County, and bold Courts for that purpose, Attbe ANGEL INN, in the Tawn of ABERGA VENY on THURSDAY, the 1st of OCTOBER next, AT Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon. At the KING'S HEAD INN. in the Town of PONTY POOL. on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of OCTOBER next, &T AMHE'BEAOFORT ARMS, at RAGLAN, on SATUR- DAY, the 3rd day of 0CT"'<R NEXT'^TL^E SAME hour. At the TOWN HALL of USK, on MONDAY, the 5th day of OCTOBER next, at the same hour. .At the KrNG s HEAD INN, at the Town of NEWPORT on WEDNESDAY, the 7th day of OCTOBER next, at the SdAt theUROCK INN, at BEDWELTY,»onSATURDAY the 10th day of OCTOBER next, at the same hour. At the BEAUFORT ARMS, in the Town of CHEP STOW, on MONDAY, the 12th day of OCTOBER next' at the same hour. At the SHIRE HALL of MONMOUTH, on TUESDAY the 13th day of OCTOBER next, at the same hour. Which said Court so appointed to be holden at the said Town of ABERGAVENNY, I hereby direct shall be the Court for Revising the!;I,ists relating to the several Parishes, Townships, Hamlets and Places, situate within the Division of Abergavenny; and also for the Hamlet of BWLCH, which, by the 2 »nd 3 William IV. c. 6-4, is annexed to the County of Monmouth. And I furtheMlirect, that the Court so to be HNLDPN AT the Town of PONTYPOOL shall be the Court for Re- vising the Lists relating to the several Parishes Town- ships, Hamlets, and Places situate within the Division of Pontypool. IVIIHon of And I further direct that the Court so to be holden at RAGLAN shall be the Court tor Revising the LIs £ re- lating to the several Panshes, Townships, Hamlets, and places situate within the Divisions of RAGlAA AND LEC4ND I further direct, that the Court so to be HOLD™ =. THE "LU Hall of USK shall be the Court & the Lists iclating to the several Parishes, Townships Hamlets, and Places situate within the Divisions of Usk and Carleon. And I further direct, that the Court go to be holden at the Town of NEWPOR'l shall be the Court for Revising the Lists relating to the several'Parishes, Townships, Hamlets, and Places situate h n the Divisions of New- port and Christchuich. And I further direct, that the Court so to be holden at BEDWELTY shall be the Court for Revising the Lists relating to the several Parishes, Townships, Ham- lets. and Places situate within the Divis.on of Bedwelty. And I further directsthat the Court so to be holden in the Town of CHEPSTOW shall be the Court for Revising the Lists relating to the SEV!era Parishes, Townships, Hamlets, and Places situate within the Division of C AndTfurther DIRE5T^ONMOUTHURI.8'111° BU HOLDE" at the Shire Hall 6f MONMOUTH shall be the Court for Revising the Lists relating to the several Parishes, Townships,"Hamlets, and^ s"ua'e ^e Di- visions of Monmouth and ^ndatso for all other Parishes, Township* Hiamiets>, or ^Places m the said County (if any) omitted or not referred to in the ABLONDON':°EGIVEN under my BAND this 5th day of Sep- tember, 1835, WILLIAM WHATELEY. MBtORANDUM.—The Overseere of the several Pa- rishes, Townships, Hamlets, and VNTPRA bring with them the several Notices of Claims of Voters, and all Notices of Objections to Voters transmitted or delivered to them.. M And the Voters who have sent M their Claims, whether objected to or not, are desired to see that their Names, Descriptions, Qualifications, and other Particulars re- quired, are duly entered in the Lists; and if there be any defects therein, to attend before the REVISING BAR- RISTER at the proper Court, to offer such evidence as may enable him to correct the gaule. BOROUSM OF MONMUTH- ¥ WILLIAM WHATELEY, Eequil*. of ) ImuiT Taople, Barrister at Law, h«*w§ b»en Wj nominated and appointed to Rtrii* the Lit* Vetws I0* lb* if *|WtW 6HT# NOTtCB, th** tjimtt baU CWMM w dre undomontioned «6nwe sad placca, "'avia to a" At the TOWN HALL, in USK, on TUESDAY, the flth day of OCTOBER neat, at tan o'clock in the Forenoon. At the Kino's HEAD (IIUI, in NEWPORT, on THURSDAY, the Sth day of OCTOBER, at the Mumw hoar. At the TOWN HALL, in MONMOUTH, on WED- NESDAY the 14th day of OCTOBER, at the aame hour. W. WHATELEY. Dated, London, Sth day of September, IMS. COUNTY GIF BRECON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT WE ROBERT CHKRLES NICHOLL, and JOHN FREDERICK LEACH, Esquires, Barristers at Law, having been appointed to Revise the Lists of Voters, in the Election of a Knight of the Shire for the County of BRECON, will make a circuit of the said County, and hold Courts for that purpose at the several times aud places following, that is to say '— At the TOWN HALL, BRRCON. on MONDAY the 28th day of SEPTEMBER instant, at Nine o'Clock in the Forenoon, for Revising the Lists of all the parishes and places within the several Hundred. of DEVYNNOCK, MERTHYR, and PENKELLY, and the Lists of County Voters for the several parishes and places within the Borough of Brecon. At the TOWN HALL, CIRICKHOWEL, on TUESDAY the 29th day of SEPTEMBER, at Nine o'Clock in the Forenoon, for Revising the Lists of all the parishes and places within the Hundred of Crickhowell. At the Town of BUILTH, on WEDNESDAY the goth day of SEPTEMBER, at Nine o'Clock in the Forenoon, for Revising the Lists of all the parishes and places within the Hundred of Builth; and at TALGARTH, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon of the same 30th day of SEPTEMBER, for Revising the Lists of all the parishes and places within the Hundred of Talgarth. At which Courts, respectively, the respective Overseers of the Poor of the several parishes within the said several Hundreds are to attend, or they will be liable to a penalty of £ 500. „ „ R. C. NICHOLL. J. F. LEACH. September 14th, 1615. to be Hferemytortls JboltJ IN LOTS, PURSUANT to A DECREE of the HIGH COURT of CHANCERY, made in a cause of WILLIAMS v. JONES, with the approbation of John Edmund Dowdeswell, Esquire, one of the masters of the said Court, at the SHIP INN, in the town of PONT-Y- POOL. in the county of MONMOFTH on WEDNESDAY, the 80th day of SEPTEMBER, 1835 CERTAIN FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD PRE MISES, situate in or near Pont.y-Pool, aforesaid, late the property of Mr Francis Morgan, of the town of Usk, in the county of Monmouth. Particulars whereof maybe had (gratis) at, the said Master's Chambers, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London of Messrs Hilliard and Hastings, Soli- citors, Raymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, London; and of Mr Alexander Waddington, Solicitor, Usk, Monmouth- shire. IN GLAMORGAN. Several Farms, with some rich detached Lands, near to Cowbridge and Cardiff, Eleven Hundred and Thirty Acres altogether. Mr GEORGE ROBINS Is honoured by the directions of thenoble Marquis (the proprietor) to offer to It fcg Hucturo, At the CARDIFF ARMS, in CARDIFF, on SATUR- DAY, the ad of OCTOBER, at Twelve, in 15 Lola. A VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, for safe investment. It includes altogether one of the most „ FAVOURED PROPERTIES in this AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT. There are altogether FIFTEEN COMPACT LITTLE FARMS varying in siss and quality; but the lands throuCbout are of a convertible character, in the neighbourhood of Cardiff, Cowbridge, and Llantrissent, capital Markeu, and at an easy distance from the Brotol Channel. Limestone is in abundance, and the Tenants respectable and contented. The Estate comprehends ELEVEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY ACRES, divided into Farms, each tenant having the full tion of good meadow and pasture land, and ot more derailed account will be found, witb plans t accompanying the printed particulate. The situation of each Estate is very desirable, com- mencing at a distance of about three miles from Oar while several others are within the same distance ot bridge, and extend some twflve miles from eacn 01 these capital markets. Particulars in due time at the Inns in the neighbour. ing towns; of E. P. Richards, Esq. Solicitor, Cardiff; Mr Edward Edmunds, Penyrhos, near Caerphi ly of Messrs. Blunt, Roy, Blunt, and Duncan, Solicitors, Liverpool Street; and at Mr George Robins s offices, London. IN NORTH WALES. Important Freehold Estates, including Twenty.seven Farms, in the vicinity of Newtown, and the best part of Montgomery shire, all well tenanted, and in the neigh- bourhood of the best Markets and Canals; altogether Three Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty Acres of Land. go bt Jboltr tog ftnetum, By Mr GEORGB ROBINS, At the PUBLIC ROOMS, NEWTOWN, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, ct One punctually, iu Twenty-seven Lota, aud unreservedly, A SINGULARLY Important and very Eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE, which it is believed will not yield in its influence and great advantages to any property that has been introduced this season to the con" sideration of „ „ THE MONIED WORLD. It is situate in a county where the last year's expciience has demonstrated that the wealthy prefer the certain tenure of Terra Firma to the more equivocal enjoyment of Funded Property. THE INFLUENTIAL POWER which will necessarily appertain to the possessor of THIS VAST DOMAIN OF MOST EXCELLENT MEADOW PASTURE AND ARABLE CANI), need hardly to be the subject of remark; the situation gives to it a most important qualification. Its conti- guity to Newtown Town, and being within reach of Shrewsbury, Welchpool, and Bishop's Castle Markets and in direct communication with the Western Branch of THE MONTGOMERY CANAL, to Liverpool, Manchester, Chester, Birmingham, and London, will not be uuder-rated by those who take the pains to reflect, ere they invest, it secures by this means a ready market for its produce at all seasons. The Es- tate underconsideration includes TWENTY.SEVEN FREEHOLD FARMS, exceeding THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED ACRES, tenants unexceptionable, contented, and affluent. THE TITHE AND POOR RATES MODERATE; and the London Mail passes daily through THIS VAST TERRITORY OF THE FRUITFUL PRODUCE OF A RICH SOIL. The Lands of LORD CLIVE, LORD CAHRINGTON, and C. H. Tracey, Esq. adjoin this desirable property. These are only a few of the advantages that appear to be almost exclusively the inheritance of the possessor of this fine property, and which is offered under circumstances that gives it a decided claim to preference. The ptete low rental is about u FOUR THOUSAND POUNDS A-YEAR. Particulars may be had 21 day. prior to the sa" tenants will shew the respective lots), at the best (tbe Newtown. Bishop's Castle, Welchpool, Shrews) illus at Aberystwith; Thomas Drew, Solicitor, Nov .Jury, and Messrs Blunt, Roy, Blunt, and Duncan, f 'tOw" of the Vendor, Liverpool Street, London; (Solicitors, to Mart; and at Mr George Robins'sOffices,' the Auction ..wvAGOQ. MONMOUTHSHIRE. to bit art, 4WD EKTBRGD UPON AT CHRISTMAS NEXT, AVERY DESIRABLE FARM, CALLED PEN.- TWYN, situate in the Hamlet of GWEHELOG, within two miles of Usk, and conaisting of an Excellent 'IRK HOUSE, suitable OUT-BUILDINGS and about 110 ACRES of GOOD SOUND LAND in a Ring Fence. To treat for the above, apply to Messrs. Jones and Waddincton,Voliciton>, Usk. (If by letter, post paid.) Us>, Wad Sept., 18S5. BOROUGH OF MERTHYR TYDVIL. To Brtwera &n4 Maltsters. EXTENSIVE 4" VALUABLE PREMISES, CONSISTING OF A WELL-BUILT and substantial DWELLING- HOUSE, MALT-HOUSE, capable of making about 2/000 Bushels of Malt, Brewery and Plant, Yards, Stabling, a good Walled Garden, Counting-House, Cottage, ttc. fee., situate in the centre of the Town of Merthyr Tydvil, where a very extensive Business has been sue- cessfully carried on for many years. THERE ARE ALSO FOUR PUBLIC HOUSES, which may be had with the Premises, or not, as may suit the convenience of the Purchaser. To those who kaow the Town and Trarle of Merthyr Tydvil it would be superfluous to enlarge upon tho increasing importance and commerce of that place and its neighbourhood; but, to those who are unacquainted with its peculiar advantages, it may be necessary to state that it is surrounded by IronWorks, the most extensive in the kingdom, giving abundant employment and ample remuneration to a labouring population of 30,000 persons who, not indulging in the pernicious habit of drinking ardent spirits, have recourse to the more pure and healthy beverage produced from Malt. It is only necessary to vend a Genuine Article to iusure one of the most Flourish- ing Trades in the United Kingdom. The Glamorganshire Canal runs direct from Merthvr to Cardiff; the latter place being the first Market for the Superior Barleys of the Rich Vale of Glamorgan, to which there is none superior in the world. on^oltgsge' Pjltcha,e Mone* may (if required) remain Application (if by letter, post paid) to be made to Mr Wm. Jones, Timber Merchant, Cardiff, who will treat for the letting of these premises, should they not be solù. Cardiff, Sept. 24th, 1S35.
SHIP NEWS. CARDIFF. FOREIGN ENTERED OUTWARDS.—-The Liberty, Scorque, for Smyrna; the Allihies, Haves, for Oporto; the Marie Julien, Lueo, for Nantst; the Florent, Pauls, for Antwerp. FOREIGN CLEARED OUTWARDS. Tlie Catherina, Kropp, the Amelia Catherina, Menke, the Diana, Wempe, for Bremen, the Daphne, Sprague, for Oporto, the Hector, Kenster, and the Zorgvlict, Hubert, for Rotterdam, the Cacique, Pulham, and the Hercules, Forster, for Constan- tinople, the Roelfina, Bolhuis, for Amsterdam, the Marie Julien, Luco, and the Angele, Largouet, for Rouen, the Mary, Grieves, for Symma, all with iron. IRISH INWARDS—8 vessels in ballast. IRISH OUTWARDS-The Commerce, Williams, for Cork,the United Friends, Lewis, for Wexford, and the Triton, Cormack, for Dublin, with iron the Hero, Tho- mas, for Portrush, the Rowena, Scuddam, for Belfast and the Robert, Hayes, for Wexford, with iron and coal; and the Pelican, Landers, for Drogheda, with sundries. IS vessels with coals. COASTERS INWARDS.—The Nautilus, Allen, and the Lady Charlotte, Parfitt (steam-packets), the Casile, Jone s. the Friends, Todd, from Bristol. the John. Griffiths, from Newport, the Sisters, Gainey, from Chepstow, the Glea- ner, Owens, from Gloucester, the Friends, Sully, from Bridge water, with sundries; the Jane, Davies.from New- port, with iroo; the Margaretta, Cooper, from Fowey ~e Retsey, Weathers, from Gloucester, the Jessie, Lewis* the Coronation, Banow, and the John and Sal^y, Davies' from Plymouth, the Williams, Thomas, and the Simeon^ Moxley, from Newport, with iron ore; the Friends' Brown, and the Favorite, Crocker, from Gloucester, whh salt; the Cardiff, Lewis, from Aberthaw, with malt • 20 vessels in ballast. COASTERS OVTW ARDS.-The Mary, Hooper, the Trader, Gower, the Liffey, Corlett, the Tredegar Crock- ford, for Bristol, the Emerald Isle, Thomas, for Carmar- then, the Criterion, Bellamy, and the Ruby, Buller, for London, the Robert Lovely, Bryce, for Aberdeen, the Victoria, Evans, for Liverpool, and the William, Thomas, for Aberthaw, with it on the Abeona. Tanner, forSwan- sea, the Amity, Rogers, and the Bute, Walters,for Bristol, with sundries; the Favourite, Owens, for New-haven with iron and tin; 18 vessels with coals. NEWPORT. INW ARDS.-The Samuel and Julia, P. Bailhacbe, from Jersey, with cider; the Hellena Jacoba, Zellinc from Rotterdam, in ballast; the Fox, Walker, the John and Ellen. Call anan, with cattle, sheep, and pigs; the Bee the Swansea Trader, Howe, with malt: the Unanimity, Rollings, the Providence, Goodwin, the Newport Trader, Jackson, the Blessing, Duddridge, the Aeron, Davis, the Tredegar, Harwooa, the Carlton, Harwood,jun. the Moderator, Johns, the Mary, Coombs' the Bristol Packet, Scott, the Swift, Parker, aud the George, Johns, all with sundries. OUTWARDS.—The; Diana, Kastea, for M.emel, in ballast; the Eliiabeth Clarke, Alder, for Boston' the Claudia, Havard. for Ostend, the Eiiza, Owen, for Dun kirk, the Jeune Felix, Diebet, for Rouen, the Hoop, Boer, for Rotterdam, and the Jeune Araedie, Bowen, for Dunkirk, all with iron; the Jane, Davis, the Martha, Evans, the Daniel, Matthews, the Mercury, Devereux, the Salcombe, Sladen, the John ClIfton, Dobson, the Robert, Clampitt, the Hope, Tasker, the Cordelia, Swaffin, the Dolphin, Prewett, the Aeron, Davis, the Mvra, Evans, the Hope, Williams, the Atlas Jones, the John Hiscox, the Cleveland, Williams, the Spread Eagle, Phillips, the Quebec, Davis, the Cambria, Faircloughr the Venus, Phillips, the Concord, Jones, the Maria, James, the Thomas, Edwards, the Charles, Howe, the Swan, Scott, and the John, Griffiths, all with iron and tin plates the Tredegar, Harwood, theCarleon, Harwood, jun. the Moderator, Johns, the Mary, the Bristol Packet, Scott, the Swift, Parker, and the George,. Johns, all with sundries; and about 100 vessels with coals. NEATH. CLEARED OCT—The Nancy, Lewellia, for Newrn the Alice, Bence, the Mary, Parker, the Active, Bahca^fj' the Neptune, Grace, the Albion, Shelstone, forExetpr- the Endeavour. Rowling, the Fly, Sampson, the Prince^ Charlotte, Carlile, the Dispatch, Smart, for Cork; the; Fame, Connelly, the Liberty, Williams, for Wext\mj the Neath Trader, Long, for Bristol^ the Ellen, YVt.stenI for Bridport; the Hudscott, Tatem,rfne Dasher, Xkiu-deri, for Bideford the Mary. Morris, lor W ateu'ord • the Swallow, Potter, for Teignmouth; the Druid, Davies for Dunbarton the Fame, Jones, for Gloucester; tb e Soph._ Andrews, for Truro; the Gem, Mollard, r.ae Jose pi., Williams, for St. Ives; the Bntannja, th> for pouk Cawle. SWANSEA. ARRIVALS.—The ttr'?01' from Exeter, tho Ebenezer, Jones, from Bridgeware* the phoEnix> L'od,rC) Ma^ f^ ^tt, the Hose, Jenkins, Seff am.pac.et) Ed^ar Friends, GimleU.a^he^Cei* slocombe, from Watchct, w,th f'unj" ,nd Ann (i Jornelius, from Bridgewater, the^Ja*nd Ann,, C from Barnstaple, with r'oilSenSTow i*11' the Boltin, Bri Hays, from jm Gloucester with fruit; the St. „HFliza ivins Dungarvou, with cattle; the. Ann d us try, Wallis, ar 'r £ ™Ahber^' with w £ eal 5 tbe la- ■ fhe Man)- thc John' laPlin» from Newport, with S from F /• »d,ey? Plymouth, the Brick,, «r7Tnd 34 almouth, with limestones 40 with copper m ballast. LLANELLY. timber -VALS.—The Fame, Crosby, from Quebec, with 3^ the Friends Goodwill, Billing, and the Flv, 0 aQ" en, from Padstow, the Emily, Ball, from Bristol, j the John and Mary, Richards,from Barnstaple, with I .undries the Providence, English, from Wexford, with deals; the Lord Rolle. Townseud. from Bideford. with ash timber the Sarah and Ann, Rhydderch, the Union, Ninnes, and the Fidelity, Rour, from Swansea, the Feronia, Curtis, the Secret, Sleeman, the William and Ann,Noal, and the Agenona, Samuel, from St. Ives, with copper ore; the Ann, Davies, from Tenby, the Maria, Roberts, from Amlwch, the Mary, Jones, from Dublin, the Expedition, Griffiths, from Kogerstown, the Dove, Forest, from Barnstaple, the Commerce, Jenkin?, from Milford, the Mervil, Jones, from Newry, the Fa- vourite, Symons, and the Fame, Thomas, from Bideford, and the Trois Amis, HAmelin, from Cherbourg, in ballast.
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