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]BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, C31M WILL SAIL ilflvtv During the NEXT WEEK, JsWFfv .A. "OLLowa: AS FOLLOWS J!j FROM BRISTOL, 18. MONDAY 91 morning 19. TUESDAY 7 morning 20, WEDNESDAY 8 morning 21. THURSDAY 8 morning 22. FRIDAY 9 morning 21, SATURDAY. 91 atorniiig PROM NEWPORT. Is. MONDAY 10 morning 19, TUESDAY JOt morning SO, WEDNESDAY 7 morning 21. THURSDAY 1 morning 22. FRIDAY 8 morning 23. SATURDAY & morniug f»t.^AEES:—After Cabin, 4s.—Fore-Cabin, 2s. Heh <lren uat'*r Years of Age, Half-price.—Dog*, Is II Four-Whe1 Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s. each. 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one p*enger, 15j. L Horse and Rider, After-Cabin, 7s j ditto ^•Cabia, 6». t>roPr'etors *he above Steam Packets |» NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any Q eiiger*» Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any book ^>ac'c,Lge« or Parcel (if lost or damaged) unless 4|j. '*} *t either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; Q the value of 40s. entered at its value, and in proportion paid for the saine at the time of Rownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, Newport. JOHN JONES, Agent. ^PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily these place* and Newport. blltlDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New- Ijj ^edwelty, and Nantyglo.—A Coach Daily between places aud Newport; arriving at Newport about o c:lock morning, and starting at 2 o'clock afternoon. 1, 1836. CARDIPP AND BRISTOL. The New and beautiful Fast Going Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, Two Engines 30 Horse Power Each, H. T. PARFITT, Commander, \ill Ply during January, with Passengers and Goods, as follows:- FROM CARDIFF, j Coach fro>n Bridgend. • 19..TUESDAY a. 6| morning SI morning. 21..THIIR«DAY. 511110rnillg 3i morning. 23..SATURDAY. 7i morning 4 morning. FROM BRISTOL. Coach to Bridgend • IS. MONDAY. 9J morning 5 afternoon. 20.WEDNESDAY J0i morning 6 afternoon 2T. FRIDAY 7 morning 2 afternoon. FARES :—After Cabin,5s.—Fore Cabin, 35. ^j^ildren ander 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is Penaale Steward attends the Ladies* Cabin.—R.e- ments may be had on Board on moderate Terms. 1 'l\,r;\Vheel Carriage, 21s.; Ditto drawn by One Horse, •< I wo-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; o r*e *nd Rider, After Cabin. 9* Fore Cabin. 7s. 6d.; iUe; ,h«P' U. Frl'i!:hlerl are requested to order all Gowds intended for Jj* LAUY CHARLOTTE to be senttoClarc SlreetHall, rlh Street. Bristol. and Cowbri(ige.-A Fast Light Post Coach 11111 to and from the L,ld v Charlotte. ¥.erlhyr Coiiches to and from Daily. "^bridge, Aberdure. Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, j»l n>rUnent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these 4,Ces in Lock up C..n.1 Boats and Waggons immediately i„ *rf'v*l» unless ordered by any particular conveyance. hich case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet d.f^house till called for.—Freight to be paid on l,very. Goods. Packages Parcels, &c. &c. forwarded to all parts "e Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of their Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. "NOTIC K-The Proprietor* of the above Steam Packet pal notice, that they will not be accountable for any 'II 8Se¡'tter'l Luggage nor will they be answerable for Goods, Packages, or Parcels, (if lost or damaged) un- jj ^>°oked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, *hoVe ,|le v#|lle nf £ 2, unless en'ered ut its value, and in proportion, paid for the same, af the time of further information as to Freight, Sic. will be *t i}y °l>iained by applying to the Agents. Mr Donovan, 'u* ^"eket Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr ti-Liind, 38 Pritice's Street, Bristol. BALSAM OF SPERMACETI ASJHMA, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, WjEAZ- cOUGHS. COLDS, SORFAESS, TIGHTNESS, li°ni rPP ESSIOX OF THE CHEST, and most affec- Chest ami Lungs, relieved in trn minutes, by t'0SR°f WOODUOrsE'S B ALSAM OF SPE or I'KCTO ?AL COUGH DROPS Persons in Q6 the efficacy of this Medicine, may take a dose the roprietor's shop before they purchase. The eetor earnestly recommends a trial of these Drops to Hot in" with the above complaints; but he does lt<>) ,,r°duce them as being an infallible cure (as many V '• warranted in asserting their efficacy from the 4 Ive re in numerous cases of the above -orelptIOO. Constitutional Coughs, of three, four, and 8,an(l'ng have been cured in the course of a Chin'^y ll>e »•« of these Drops. In the Hooping and of <s!.ghS will be fourtd equally valuable. The vir- %j|[ l hnving been known for centuries, it />ee^'eM ,0 make a comment upon a Balsam ob- B.i so valuable an article. Two tea spoonfuls o, •t jjj •* equal toone ounce of Spermaceti. It will. relieve the most violent Consumptive Coughf °ttle»; Is. l^d.—2s. 9d.—4s. 6d. and 10s. 6d each- ENCE OF CHAMOMILE AND GINGER. Tbj. Vill reparation is a compound of two of the most •* th* lne^'c'nes 'n the vegetable kingdom. It com- stomachic properties of the Ginger with the bittei qualities of the Chamomile Flowers. N* ,Clor earnestly recommends this Essence to all se **it tn«i 16 as 'lereafter mentioned all he asks is a l^*t l>e ^>r he can assert, with the greatest confidence, **cOnjul,lever ''new of its failure in any of the cases it is be D en''ed for. excepting where it has been neglected "f fi»ln persevered in, for indigestion, sensation 4Ppetitess' Pain and oppression after meals, loss of ei|^ whether arising from excess or want of tone ^°Ht »p-'he digestive organs also for rheumatism, .os' Cramps, hysterics,flatulence, in immoderate "ervous, hyfiochondriacal and billions ^'li^te*' '•ribum, languor, general debililv, or a 0r "a,e °f heal< whether the result of long ill- rernJl.m'onai "» it is certain in affording 0 £ j .the most violent sick headache. Forty ">ile tea ^nce eqnal to half a pint of Ciia- li lre prepared only by DECIMUS j.1* Mai». SK, Operative Chemist lixtraordinary to > a ?*' K'ng William 8treet, New London of'ajin so'd by him wholesale and retail and to be r>«#try Ve Venders in Town and Country.— sf,)(!ers may be supplied through their Town in bottles at 2s 9d. i 4s. 6d.; 10s. 6d.; ^le t> r°prietor of the Ethereal Essence of Ginger. —BE SURE 10 ASK FOR WOODHOUSE'S. 4 nlg for » -—^erth.yr MrsJenkins. Druggist. Dif00" •••• Mr Williams, Druggits. n ° •> Mr Duncan. ^ain>*rthen Mr Evans. AND Conservative Association. rT^HE NEXT MEETING of the above Association I WILL BE HHLD AT BRIDGEND, on the 25th of JANUARY, 1836. HantvtSScnt ^uvnptftc Wruøt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Trustees of the said Turnpike Trust will meet at the CROSS KEYS INN, in the Town of LANTRIS- SENT, on FRIDAY, the 5th day of FEBRUARY next, at Twelve o'Clock in the Forenoon, for the purpo»e of ELECTING TRUSTEES or COMMISSIONERS, in the room of such Trustees who have died or become dis- qualified. Lantrissent, WILLIAM J\COn, 9th January, 1S36. Clerk to the said Trustees. xt500 WANTED, Oil Mortgage of LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, held for the remainder of a Term of 850 Years, situate in the Parish of Ll.AN- OVER, Monmouthshire. now rented at ±50 per Annum, for which MVL PER CENT will be given. For Particulars apply to Mr Watkins, Post Office, Abergavenny. None hut Priucipals need apply. GLAMORGANSHIRE GENERAL AGRICULTURAL H JJ & Lt AT A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING, held at the BHAR INN( Cowbridge. on Monday, the 4th of January, 1836, to receive the Secretary's Re- port of the Proceedings at a Meeting of the Central Agricultural Society, in London. The HON. W. B. GREY, PRESIDENT, in the CHAIR. PRESENT. John Nicholl. Esq. M.P. Colonel Hntwisle Rev. John M. Traherne. Richard Franklen, Esq. Rev. Robert Knight. Mr Evar l)avid. Thomas Edmondes, Esq. jjr William Jones. Rev. Robert Knight. Mr Evar David. Thomas Edmondes, Esq. I Mr William Jones. Proposed by JOHN NICHOLL, Esq. M.P. That the Report of the Secretary do lie on the table. That the Glamorganshire Agricultural Society having been originally established for, and having since confined its operations to, •« the encouragement of a" improved system of Husbandry, and to the reward of the honest industry of the labouring poor," within the County of Glamorgan, this Meeting deems it inexpedIent to extend the range of the Society to matters involving the conside- ration of General Policy, or to questions concerning which differepces of opiuions may be anticipated among the various Subscribers to its Funds. That, accordingly, this Meeting, without expressing any opinion on the expediency or inexpediency of the ob- jects proposed in the formation of the Central Agricultural Society, in London, does not deem it advisable to asso- ciate or to pledge the Glamorganshire Agricultural Society to a general co operation therewith. Proposed by the CHAIRMAN, That the following Petition to Parliament be adopted, and that the County Members, in conjunction with the Members for the Borokiglis. be requested to present it. and that each Member will individually use his best exertions to support our earnest prayer:- *< To the Honorable the Commons of theUaited Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in Parliament assembled. The humble Petition of the undersigned Land-owners, C'ergv. Occupiers of Land, Tradesmen, and others inter- PBleù in the welfare of Agriculture, of the County of Glastiorgan,- '• SHEWETH.-TÎlat the Agricultural Interests of the whole Comity are greatly depressed that the Capital of the Farmers has for a long time been wasting that Rents, in many instances, have been paid out of Capital and that the productive power of the land has been annually decreasing. 'That the present price of Produce is totally unequal to meet the expendituie to which the Farmer is liable and that, except in the best soils, very little now remains p for Rent; and that nothing can remove the present appalling distress but the adoption of some measures which will either raise the price of Produce to the level of the burthens imposed, or bring down the burthens to the level of present prices. •• That the result of the present state of things must inevitably cause a gradual diminution in the quantity of home grown Wheat, and be productive of most lamentable consequences. I-Ttiat, amongst other causes, we are induced to believe the establisimient of Poor Laws in Ireland would be a benencia) measure, because the Irish send their Corn. which has not coutrihutcd to Poor Rates, to staud in com- petition with our Corn, which is heavily charged to the Poor i whilst the starving Irish Poor follow the food which ought to have supported them at home—thus in- juring the Market, and cucreuIIIg the burthens of the English Farmer; and— 'That the injurious effects to this County in particular, from the great facility of communication with Ireland, are too clearly illustiated by the Custom House Returns. We, therefore, humbly pray your Honorable Houe to adopt such measures as may enable us to discharge the public and local builhcns imposed on the owners an.) cultivators of land, to pay fair Rents, to employ labour, beneficially to cultivate the land, and to prouio.e general prosperity, And your Petitioners will ever pray, See." Proposed by JOHN NICHOLL, Esq. M.P. seconded by Colonel ENTWISLE, That the thanks of the Meeting he given to the Secre- tary for the zeal he has evinced in behalf of this Society, in attending the Meeting of the Central Agricultural Society in London, and that he be remunerated his expenses. v w. B. GREY, President. The President having quitted the Chair, Resolved.—That the thanks of the Meeting be given him, for his constant and unremitted attention towards furthering the best objects for promoting the general interests of Agriculture, for his liberal and active sup- port to this Society, and his impartial conduct in the Chair. EDWARD BRADLEY Secretary. CHOLERA. FROM the great relief and effectual cures afforded F 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 indexed to offerhis JETHERIAL 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 reliefin the Heartburn, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite. Sensation of Eulness, l'ain and Oppres- sion after Meals also those Pains of the Stomach and Bowels, which arise from Gouty Flatulencies; also in Cholics. Spasms, Cramps, Lowness of Spirits, Hysterical Affections i like-ise in Sciatica and Chronic illiettinatisii); 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 superfluous, when the IlIIdersigned and 158 other eminent Medical Gentlemen have given their nu qualified approbatioh of it—Prepared bv D. Woodhouse, Operative Chemist, King William street. London Bridge, and sold in Bottles2s 6d. 4s 6d and 10s. Gd. each. 1\1 a) be had of Mrs. Jenkins. Merthyr Tydtil, 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 Marylehone Dispensary. Thomas Hodgkin, Physician to Guy's Hospital. S. Ashwell. M D. Physician to Guy's Hospital A. Middleton, Pnvsician to the Leamington Hnspital. Charles Louden, Physician to the Leaininiton Bathing I nslitut iot R. Rowley Vny- cian to the Aldersgate Disoensary. J. TyrelUvirgeop. to St. Thomas's Hospital. TO INNKEEPERS, GENTLEMEN'S SERVANTS,$c. THE OLD GEORGE INN, in the Town of JL LL ANDILO-FAWR, being RE BUILT, is now ready Tio be Hct, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY. It is situate on the Great Road from Gloucester to Mil- ford; and a respectable competent person will meet with due encouragement. The Tenant may also be supplied with Land, on a large or small scale. For Particulars apply, if bv Letter, post paid, to the Office of the GAZETTE and GUARDIAN, Merthyr Tydfil. Jan. 6. law. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO tie oUJ fig fprftatr Contract, IV TWO LOTS, IF DESIRED, A FREEHOLD FIELD, called MEISYDD 1SSA, XA. containing about Six Acres and a halt, now in the occupation of Win. Morgan, at the yearly Kent of £ 9, situated in the Angle formed by the junction of two Roads, immediately contiguous to the Village of Langan, Glamorganshire. ° Also, A FREEHOLD COTTAGE, Garden, Yard, Barn, and a Building used as a Schoo! Room, containing -in all about a Quarter of an Acre of Land, situated in the same Village, now in the occupation of Margaiet Jenkin, at the low yearly Rent of J5. Application to he made (if by Letter, post paid) to Mr William Llewellyn, Solicitor, ',eatli. -_n MERTHYR TYDFIL, GLAMORGANSHIRE. o be oU.1 b Unction, By Mr THOMAS DAVIES, At the BUSH INN, in the Borough of MERTHYR IYDFIL, in the said County, on MONDAY, the 1st of FEBKUAIIY next, between the hours of Three and Five o'Clock in the Afternoon of the same day, subject to such conditions of Sale, as shall be then and ibeie produced or in the mean time to be Sold by Private Contract, (of which, notice will he given,) ALL THOSE WELL-BUILT AND SUBSTAN- TIAL HOUSES, situate opposite Mr Benjamin Williams's, at Twyn-yi-Odyii, in the Parish of Merthyr Tydfil, atore-aid; occupied by John Jenkins, Morgan Jenkins, David Thomas, John Edwards, and others, and a Carpenter's Shop attached to the same now hehi under a Lease of 98 years, of which 50 years are unex- pired, at the yearly Ground Hent of len Shillings. N.B.' The above Premises are now let at the annual rent of f28 12s. For further particulars, and to treat by Piivate Con., tract, apply to Mr Kayes, Solicitor; Mr Daviii Cornelius, Brewer, Jackson's Bridge or Mr Thomas Da.ies, the Auctioneer, Bush Inn, Merthyr lydtil. Jan. 4th, 1836. GLAMORGANSHIRE. O foe oliJ by Euctton, Ey Mr. WM. MORRIS, At thrBEATU,, in the Town of COWB 'IDGE. on TU RS D Y, 26ib of JANUARY, 1836, at Three o'Clock, P.M. (subject to Couditions of S.I e ii en to be produced), "IIIOSE TWG FREEHOLD CLOSES or PAR- I CELS of PASTU -E LAND, called by the names of CAE HYNNOS and CAE GA-.W and also that Customary-h >ld CLOSE of P AS'I'U E LAND, called DWY E R W T\V M PUKES, adjoining each other, situate near a Road called tleoi y Mwyii\\r, in the Parish of LANBLETHIAN, aud containing in the wnole, by adineasuieoii ot, 7.A- 3:T. 4P. These Fields are a convenient distance from the Town of Cowbridge. The Lands stand high, and command an interesting view of that neat Town and the surrounding country. For further Particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at Cow- bridge. or to Mr E. Bassett, Ljntwit Major; and for a view of the Lauds, to the renaius, Messrs John and Tlios Thomas, Aberthin. TIIE Public are respectfully informed that A NEW aiid ELEGANT FMMNllliaE IPiiT @OOp "called the ACCOMMO D ATIONhas commenced rnn- nin- from the CROWS INN. PONTYPOOL, through USK, to the BEAUFORT ARMS. RAGLAN, leaving Pontvpool every Morning (Sundays excepted), at USK. o'clock.arriving at the THRKK S V L.MONS* INN. USK, in time for theNlMROl) and TUSILEER COACHES, to and from BRISTOL, and PROCEED, from to Raglan, in time to meet ^'■1 AND CHAMI 10- COACHES, to and from LONDON. IVMKS nOYVI.R J ii, LFWIS, J Proprietors. FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA. A CERTAIN AND MOST s I' K EL)Y CUKE for all UUK- TN AL DIS °H A I< G F.S, \JFFLITRRES IRRITATION OF THE $»/ FLBIL \MK1DM5YS. BLADDER, URK- gjf L»IJ^P^MTLU»A,& PROSTATE GLAND. RTL ij;uff JOSEPH' HK,NKY GREEN. !■ S'lr C JLEJL ll,,(I, L" • li theCounei- MFFF7 BUM of ''10 College of Surs geous.Surgeon to St. Thomas'f and Professor o, Surgery i„ King's College, London. "I have made trial of Mr IliANKs's Solution of Copaiba, at St. Thomas's Hospital, in a variety of cases of discharges in the male and female, and the results warrant my stating, that it is an efficacious remedy, and one which docs not produce the usual unpleasant effects of Copaiba. (Signeil) "JOSEPH HENRY GREEN. "46, Lincoln's Inn Fields, April 2i), 1835." From BRANSBY COOPER, Esq. F.R S. Surgeon to Guy's Hospital, and Lecturer on Anatomy, &c. &c. II Mr llR A NSB Y COOPER presents his compliment to Mr GEORGE FRANKS, and has great pleasure in bearing testimony of the efficacy of his solution of Copaiba in Gonorrhoea, for which disease Ill. COOPER has prescribed the Solution in ten or twelve cases with perfect success. New Street, Spring Gardens, April 13. 1835." From W IT. L.I A M HENTSCH, Esq. House Surgeon to the Free Hospital, Greville Street, Hatton Garden. "My dear Sir,—I have given your Medicine in very many cases of Gonorrhoea and Gleets, some of which had been many mouths under other treatment, and cat: bear testimony to its greai efficacy. I have found it to cure in a much shorter time and with more benefit to the general health, than any other mode ol treatment f know ot the generality of cases have been cu-ed within a week fioin the commencement of taking the .Medicine, and some of them in less time than thut. Have the goodness to send me another supply. I am, dear Sir, yours, very truly, (Signed) •< WILLIAM HF.NTSCII. o-Greville Street, Hatton Garden, April 15, LFE35. Prepared only by George Franks, Surgeon, 9D. Black- friars Road, and may be had of his agents, Barclay and Sons, Farringdou Street, London; at'the Medical "Hall, 54, Lower Sackville Street, Dublin of J. and It. Ramies, Lenh Walk, Edinburgh; and of all Wholesale and Retail Patent Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom Sold ill BottleS, at 2s. 9d. 4s. 6d. and lis. each. Duty included. AGENT FOR MERTHYR TYDVIL. Mr DAVID MORGAN, Chymist and Druggist, High Stieet. CAUTION —To prevent imposition, the Honourable Commissioners of Stamps have directed the name of "GEORGE FRANKS Blackfriars Road to be engraven on the Government Stamp, N B.— Ihe Medical Profession, Hospitals, and other Medical Charities, supplied as usual from the Proprietor, GLAMORGANSHIRE. AT THE GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE, held at Cardiff, on the Fifth day of January, 1836, the following Orders for Payment of Money were made For Cardiff Gaol and House of Correction. d. d. Balance of Maintenance of Prisoners paid for the last Quartet 19 6 On Account of next Quarter, 150 0 0 Quarter's Salary of OfficerVi 129 10.. 0 ;4 260 19 6 Pot Swansea House of Cdirection. For Maintenance of Prisor^f^^ &c.,for the last Quarts* 02 II -7J Q-.arter's Salary of Officers.. 63 6 0 In full Arrears for Conveyance 12 19 6 1G8 17 1| Clerk of Peace. Quarter's Gratuity 36 5 0 On Account of his Bill 12 15 3 49 0 3 MP James Reynolds his Quarters Annuity, as Keeper of the late House of Correction, at 0 0 Cowbridge 5 0 0 Mr Whittington, Surveyorof County Bridges, J for Repairs of Pontwalby Bridge 135 11 9* Mr Wi liam Reed,for Binding Acts of Parlia- ment 1 12 6 County Rate, Three Fartliiiigs. 17641 1 2 By the Court, WOOD. Clerk of Peace. m Ji!J(f):JJ£J. TAILOR, &o. from LONDON. CASTLE-STREET, MERTHYR-TYDVIL. BEGS leave to inform the Gentry and Public of Merthvr-Tvdvil, Dowlais, and their Vicinities, that he has just COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above line, and most respectfully solicits their kind patronage and support. H. M. has formed a connexion with some of the first houses in London, to forward him the newest Patterns and Fashions monthly so that he will he enahled to ill he ell_ esecnte any orders with which he may be favoured, in the titst style. Family Mournings made up on the shortest notico. January, 1836. <> 92. REWARD. HEREAS, DAVID JAMES, a native of Pem- brokeshire. and lately in the emplov of Mr Wainc. at Aberdure, ABSCONDED on SUNDAY MORNING, the 10ili Instant, taking with him an Olive Green Velveteen Shooting Jacket, a Drab Kerseymere Waistcoat, a pair of dark Drab-coloured Ribbed Trl}[ISprS. lInc illack Silk tlii-et- C,)tton Handkerchiefs, a new pair of Shoes, two Flannel Shirts, and one half mourning Woman's Shawl. In the pocket of the Jacket there were two Account Books, bearing the names of Dd. Thomas and Mr Watne. In the pocketof the Trousers, tiiere was the sum of Four Shillings and One Penny, the whole being the property of David Thomas, of Aberdare. The said David Jam.^s is about 24 or 25 years of nge, about 5 feet 6 inches High, Siout, with very Dark Hair and Whiskers, and wore, when he went away, a Blue Cout, Cord Breeches, Biue Cloth Waistcoat, and low- crowned White Hat. Whoever will cause the said Dav'd Jtunes to be Appre- hended shall be paid the sum of Two Pounds.— Appli- cation to be made to John Millward, Constable, i\i,.rthyr. "'f MUSSES [b ulE 2 @t¡ eltablioittitent for Soims Uatrito, VICARAGE STREET, CARDIFF, MISSES SALTER. & KING beg to announce | itjt that they have OPENED AS ESTABLISH- MENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, and h ope, by an assi- duous attention to the Moral Culture and Domestic Comfort of the l'upils entrusted.to their cave, to merit a portion of Jfi.à1 p;tr,ítJa i^wiU ever be their study to <kd £ rye. ( .¡ TEittfcv For Instruction in the usual Branches of Female Educa- tion, with French, Drawing, Music and Dancing:- S. s. d. Yearly Boarders 2-2 0 0 Wcekivditto. 16 0 0 Daily Pupils 6 6 0 Ditto, ditto, under seven years of age 4 4 0 Ao Extras. Dancing Academy twice a Week, Monday and Friday 10,. Gel. per Quarter. The Duties of the above Establishment will commence on the 20th of JANUARY, 1836. TO SPORTSMEN, TRAVELLERS, MERCHANTS, and CAPTAINS of SHIPS, r|^HORN'S POTTED YARMOUTH BLOATERS, | now in high perfection. The increasing demand for this most delicious preparation proves, beyond all doubt, it is far superior to anything of the kind ever yet offered to the public, for Sandwiches, Toast, Biscuits, &c., and as an excellent relish for Wine. In Pots. 114. and 2s. each, warranted in all climates. "In this preparation the flavour of the herring is pre- served unimpaired, if not improved the prime'parts of the fish are concentrated in a substance about the consis- tency of butter, and which may be used in the same way and, being put up in neat and portable pots, a treat may be enjoyed at any time, without the unpleasant smell and other inconveniences which attend the dressing and par- taking of herrings in the ordinary way. IVtchi)ia,,i. THORN'S TALLY-HO SAUCE, for Fish, Game, Steaks, Chops, Cutlets, Made Dishes, and "II general purposes, is the richest and most econo- mical sauce now in use. imparting a zest, not otherwise acquired. In Bottles, 2s. and 4s. each, warranted in all climates. We have tried (crede experto) Thorn's Tally ho Sauce,and can pronounce it exquisite. We know nothing of the ingredients; that we leave to such ;i,; are more < curious in fish sttice I than we are but we can speak of the richness of its flavour, which, to our thinking, would create an appetite under the ribs of death."—Satirist. Wholesale at the Warehouse, 223. High Holborn of all Wholesale Oilmen and Druggists in London and Retail by all respectable Oilmen, Grocers, and Fish mongers in the United Kingdom. CAUTION-The Proprietor, being aware of several spurious compositions that are daily offered to the public, under the name of Potted Bloaters, begs them to oSjservc his signature, ALEX. THORN, on the side of the pot, without which it cannot be genuine. AGKNT FOR MIUtTIlYR TYDVII., Mr DAVID MO :GAN, Chemist and Druggist. Thorn's Potted Bloaters, in pots Js. and 2s. each Thorn's Tallv-ho Sauce, in bottles. 2,. and 40.. each. SOLD BY APPOINTMENT IN n m U pra ford and Newport,Aug bv Morgan Abergavenny by Gorge b\ Edwards Chepstow D.ivig Pembroke — BirtLv — I'r.c Ciinntlun — Evans „ — Hircl — Wike — Mortimer Llaiidilo •••• \VUm<u ^rosfr T?r<lrt'w £ a"Xy • Griffith» wi.nams y. h'n Nar!:e' P.oilie o Swansea. at the (:ami,riaM \t til :,ins C.iide. au — D tvis w .v ivanl Oiliee Car.litf — D Kees — Williams ^7. — PJolin Cowi)i iilite — Li ter Newport, Aug — el" Office And in Merthyr Tydril, at the Gazette and nd by all other respectable Medicine Venders throughout the Kinsjdo.n, y tu will obtain them if ordered. C. S. CHEDDON'S FAMED HERBAL TONIC PILL-S, THE C'nti""71 a'd co,ltinual recommendation bestowed on C. lhe"lnost csll/emed I_ as well as the Faculty aud the Public Press, has fully established them a* enicicnt Medicine in present use, „. ,r.„ 1? Q for the cure of Scrofula, Scurvey Leprosy, Scorbutic Affections, ^P^^ui^o^ith ilorbirandLrUatina Ulceration m the neck, Sore Breasts, and all disorders attended ^hj^j^SmU^ Rhewn J Eruptions oj the Skin, Open Wounds,-and bures, as well as the most inietera.e J The extraordinary effieaey „f S. CHEDDON'S invalua' le I'll!? have been r7,C,.>'e|(!^ou H.>ne'l'em ni^iV'IVle?''i eat., sol 'M-.otala and Cutaneous Diseases, after uuuiy einin.-nt Physicians and b.nr^(^liy 'instances after life Was fr"2 ai.er uiiin-rous .Suryic-tl Opeiaiioua had been ULM toiwit out success and i»» mi > Mr. CHUDDON submits for Public Inspection the following Copies^of Lel physicians ami Su ueons Who aiein the liabit ut preset ini'ig his Piiis; idso from ',nd dire tr, estiuiab.e Meuicine — D'. CHEI)i)ON. ^lrt' lit Manchester, Sept. 7, I Ii ve liarl Uleers J1, n)y f,,r many Years, arisinsr, Ihe Poct-ors »»! II 0111 ill my hlood which they eon!.1 h an paintnl these constant p„rt.s [H.. | had een attemieil by many ot the most eminent Su-iieous, tint no one cured 111 i liearing of y»nr eelehratt d Pil!s. I took thein tor a short ,ith few e. eeics t was p. i'te. tiy enred, indeed J Hti.h say that your (liti ii,f),e i,)r n a!t\:llded n) ever did. ,t y,lur ohedictit servant, A 1. IA HllOoK ES <• Mr J.din Evans in g« to inform Mr- Ci edtion that lie has 1 ,-eiv lieen cured bv 1. a lew boxes "f Clied''on's lierbai p, I tion in different (tarts 01 his bod,, which lie had been tumbled with for man;' years. • Lutterwc.r.l I,eiesster. August, 2.), IHZ3 To )I, o. SIR, Huckin^hain, Atigu.s' '20, i8-{i. "In Iii" year I wtis taken ill with a vei y lari»>- swelling on the 1Îht "ide 01 lilY n""k, illd was attended U, man\ iVletti- eal (Jeiitlenien "ofh ill [he c nptry and ill L"iidm, but did not re, eive the least benefit, a,l(j suffered Ihe 11i(»[ at ute p ills and my frame became milt Ii t-maeiatcd licariiig of youi celo hrated Pills I was induce I i0 ial; thein. allt ai'e eontiniiing tr:eql atunit iwo mon li- w:is rt:1on:d to liertect :,e:dlh. "1 am. Sir. yours n:p\clfullt "THtt.vi.vs SNOWIHJN." Mr Lunn, a il oi'se uea|t.r in London, hutl been itrea ;!iil)\ afflicted with I lie (lOUt tr;r many years: had bei-n under the care of 11nnrerous Medical Ale 11, and had taken an nd¡cjj; Vlrie' y u1 medicine j, IllJlll dt-ri viug any benelit hu was per.-ua(ie I t" II) Clietldon's FUllled Heroal I'ills,lId ill Ii shoit time was entirely cured. FROM DR THOMPSON, OF L EDS. S I t, f<ee ls, Sept. 4, 1833. As you have asked nie to try ami nive uiyo()inijo »t your Pilis, 1 will do MI, a il at the same time return von my mu<t cordial thanks, for hav:ni; ilist'OV* red su iru'v valuable a medi- cine. As yon were kindenou. h to sup-ily me with I 'r^e i|iian- lilies t-t them, I have been able to pre^ciibe very exllll- sie ly in all ca-es 0f Scrctul1 -ind Scorbutic Affections in (iout. Hheum.t.tis: and otit'a Alfeetions ot the Ivitlnevs itt ever) ilistaiieet tl;e\ I)eztoriiiert a cil an inct edibly short period, alter every rtmedy previ 'iisly trie I had tailed. "Ibcs to renvdn your obedient servant. i o Mr Cheddon. J N "°Mes„N. «. SIR. A'hetst^ n. Sent. 3, 1S33. Having been sufTerine altern; e'> fr'Mn Uout ai d Uhumatism tor in.nv years, haviiu five and six lac -s 111 the year, I have been uu' er the care of a bust of the faculty, both 111 inwn and c nulry, wit\:oal tierlVIIH! henetit. I was IJlduc"d lo :"r your celeb, a e.l Pi-Is. ten months auo, ami have had noret,„n of n,y coni|tlaints since that tM'iiml wh cli ntln >ute t'» occasionally takin.: your vatuable I'ills. !!>ir- w "To .Mr, Chendon. PlJGII. •• Miss Eilen Griffiths .euros h" h^' th nks to Mr tl,ed,lon. and informs him that UU celebrateO I'rlls have lately cured her of a bad breast (supposed to be a canter), after every o.her re- hatl tailed^ p.11. N"rt!ianiptnii, Sept. 1833. «. L v-riOOl, September, 19, 1833 For a Vcrv l-n- ,.eriod 1 i-»d het' fro,n ilM rl' >> tion in my faee, wh"ch ulOmaMy te. mtnaieu 11. s». es aim Imffl d For a Vcrv l-n- ,.eriod 1 i-»d het' fro,n ilM rl' >> «. L v-riOOl, September, 19, 1833 For a Vcrv l-n- ,.eriod 1 i-»d het' fro,n ilM rl' >> tion in my faee, wh"ch ulOmaMy te. mtnaieu 11. s». es aim Imffl d the skill of eve,y mt,lic,l^ll("'»" w 10 •tnded m; hearing of your pills 1 m ule trim oflhein, ami -in happy that I d.d, lor with the blessing of G.»i they soon restored me to peitect health, which 1 h.id not enjoyed lor years. f youis respecMiili-v, "To Mr Cheddon Jemima Va™ health, which 1 h.id not enjoyed lor years. ee'lliliv, f youis respecMiili-v, "To Mr Cheddon Jemima Va™ Mi'S LetitiaSmallwoodislMPPy toitiformMr Clieddon that -he ha, been en,irely cured ol a.had breast, which she had been snfl'erit^ from (or a long period by taking a teW boxes ot Ills nills." T » Mi* C. UUeuuou, t „. lA c!l!, 'l' el,( 4. 1834. o' I'veal- when travelling, was thrown out 0f mv -Hi'd'hrol-e my leg, w.deh the Surgeon called a compound tr-feiurc he «itended me trt ten months, y. hci. I could scarcely r' till'I1 a ian;e wound on my shin, which Con!mt,ed e,r ¡' Iliad npplÎt!d t nu¡.!ibrs ot th.. tacIIllv wl!hnut (Ie riVi'.iu'tien'i lit; in May. 1833, heard ot you, celebrated I'ili-, h ,1IS determined to try, aud am very ihank|l 1 did, tor nim' We eks 1 wa Pe, feet ly cure,I, ami lemained so ever since. in nine wt auJ^ your obcthent sprv^nr. W. SMITH." A vminf Ladv, in the neigliboorhoml of Gro-ven .r Square dreadl .dly afd.cted with Scrotulonshores upon be, feet a.,d ,1.. j„ ibis State she ivas c-'ittmed to he, ben upwards of t-.vo ve^r-'an a hal', dmi-g sl/ as mten,ted by several ret.'lemcn «iih-'Ut derivinpanyrelief, wlien she was indued to civ ddon's Famed Herbal 1 onic I'ills, an after takim; foilr'r"five of ill- hoxes, wa* lso restored to health', ll n «he could walk as ived .1* bef. te her ill. ess, and has 11,-t had tlie slightest return "I the complaint, which is tuny about a year and a halt <• To Mr Cheddon. -Sin. Coventry, Sept, 1, 1833. "J hope yotJ will not consider me intrudin/ when I inform you of the wond rlul cure you. valuable I'ills have performed up-iii me. 1 ciHUht afevtre cold rome years ago whicii settle,! in V lett. arm, and it necame m c ultracte-l that I could not ope n"I\) hand, the nr,eO!1 w 1)1) attended I1W sat it was a cr, liil.m- AffectI"Hid, as it was extremely paint, ndvised me to have it inketi dtt, wh cli was t'ie opinion oi every one who saw it. I was very unwilling to submit 10 the operation, ami was recommended to try your Famed II, rbal Pills, ws.icli 1 took r-"iilirlv foi a short time, when I restored toper feet health. Alio me to subscribe myself with esteem' Yours, faithfully, l\lAK'( FORJIi.;S.' To Jlr Cheddon, ••Stit, » ^T<'wmar!;et, Pept. L'0, 1S33. It i-ives me much pltsanre to beartestimony totl.e cllicacy <,fyott, I'ills, they have lately cured me ol a severe Oisease in the Kidneys of very long standing, after every other leuicdy had failed. ,r your obedient "-rvant, To Jlr Che.i.lon. H' "AMKLIA FKNTOM.' S, I,, r "I-iverpool, Sept. 20, Iri33. Allow me to inform you of the wonderful cine Your I'ills have peri'ornie upon me.after eveiy ou.er remedy had tailed. S-i .e vears tu'o icceiv.'d a vioki.t bimvon my ri-!il breast, wl.it h "w ,s very painful, leeches and other app jc .ti us weie annlied u iih'iut anv avail, my breast broke, and e.eryihi g that wa- dune 'o it feeined 10 make it worse 1,1 this «a; I w.-nt on for > eais with a soie, when, hearing ot y. p,: s 1 ma ie a trial of ft =md w.,s ver> petfeet y r„, •• Your's, SOPBIA TKASDILB." "To ;tlr Che don. Sept. 4, 1833. Samuel Hue, of Newport, Salop bad been atllici.,1 l„r a very h,im net iod with an c a.eemeiit of the Glands in the eck ami r-'in a iln ve. derived theleast beneht trom any medi ine he eve t ok e <iept Cbe.t t"' s l'aum.i u.-rball'onic Puis,which emi.elv cured biui in a short tim. <• sin II Bond street, peb. 10, 1834 u Inv ilict-re e Y. has laiel\ •>■"formed upon me I hi'd "eeii sulK-rioS 'from sever |)ain in iny back, loins and left side for months, and had becom much, em coated, appaiently iny whole traine was eutireiy worn 0111, from biiVti'R been above fourteen stone I had sunk down to nine and a half, when I liefci'U taking><*ir Hi s,w..ifh I tound relief from after taking a !tW dnys, and by continuing them Ihey restored nie to per. Ct health 1 C01 8w.er illy lifo wa, ell. tiiuly Saved In your mcdicine i t.uee ineutcal gentleinen who I had the greatest confidei.ee 111, rjt.itr advised nie not to trouble nivself with medirlne, a» they considered it |,eifecti\ u-e!ess. You are at liberty to make w.at use you think proper 01 this. I remain your obedient servant, CIAJTLEL DAWSON." SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY HANNAY & Co. 63, OXFORD-S fltEET, LONDON, Patent Medicine Venders and Perfumers to the Royal family, Iny otlier wilolusale l'o.s. in By whom Dealers in the Country are supplied, 011 the usual terns, or ti„y can obtain them from any other wholesale bovse in allY p.irl of Ellda,i. and whore may also he hart GRAHAM S TASTELESS APERIENT LOZENGES, A safe, mild, and effective Aperient, 1 mike most Medicines, me agreeable to the pala e, they are Iberelore strongly and confi- dently lecoinnit" ded, and are suitable for nil ;es. Gl{AHA.\l'S TOOrH AND EAR-ACHE TINCTURE will prove a blessing to every one » ho suffers f.oin those agonizing pains, the Tomh and Ear-Ache, palu I the Face,fcc..it pi eserves the Teei h, nd renders Tnotu Dra in. unnecessary, and will cure the most inveterate Tooth-Ache in a few secoilcis, let what may have been previously pii d and tailed..r„,rw^ „ GRAHAM S ANTI-BILIOUS APERIENT, or FAMILY PILLS A mild and efficacious Aperient they surpass every Medicine laid before the public Leach's Royal Zest. TO THE L'^ODEi, HEADS OF FAMILIES, EPICUREANS, And all who delight in delicious flavours and a reifned taste —enjoyment of every disli at the table—combining economy with pleasure, and producing that pleasing sensation on every palate that satisfaction heunu in ere?,y eye, and gratification in every countenance.. ROBERT LEACH most respectfully announces that the liOYAL XKST SAUCE is patronised by those illustrious persons who sit around their Majesties' table, and by whom it is considered a rich delicacy; its piquant and unique flavour, together with its freedom from all things predominant, renders it a real concentra- tion of excellence of all thttt'i? truly nice, merits the patronage of the Ladies and the universal British Puhlic. This vegetable and refined production is used for Fish, Chops. Steaks, Cold Meat, Hashes Stews, and whoreve-i a ZEST is required for APPETITLI or ENJOYMENT. In half-pint bottles 2s. each, and pint bottles 3s. Cd. Also, LKACH'S TRUE ESSENCE OF ANCHOVIES, allowed to he equal to the best that ever was made, at the usual price. LEACH'S INIMITABLY DELICIOUS ANCHOVY PASTE, for Toast, Sandwiches, Sauce, &e. This beautiful condi- ment warranted to keep its flavour in any climate. In boxes price Is. 6d.; large size 3s. each. LEACH'S IUITIII TICKLES, in pint, quart, and two quart squares, pickled in the most simple way, without anychlIlieal or pernicious ingredient whatever, although their beauty and flavor is their high commendation, and their convenience and cheapness will ever make them desirable. Pints Is. 6J. j quarts 3s.; large glass jsrs 5s. 6d., glass included. LEACII'S JOHN BCLL SAUCE, highly esteemed by those who know the flavor of rich foreign dishes, hashes, or stews, 2s 6d. per bottle. LH.Cirs KING OF OCDE SAUCE, made from an original recipe after the fall of Seringapatam. Krom the hot, pi<juant. audspicyiiatureofthissauco.it is delicious in Curries, Hashes Stews, &c. In halt-pints at 2, pints. 3s. GJ. each. And every kind of Vinegar. Catsup, Capers. &e. &c., with Robt. Leach's name on th", label, may be depended on for its wholsome nature and goodness of quality. Last not lezis,- LEACH'S SERVANTS' FRIEND, or True Peruvian Black Lead, the best in the world. 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