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Devanden Chapel and School. rg-HE SUBSCRIBERS and CONTRIBUTORS t to the IJ KVAN I) h.N CHAPEL and SCHOOL are REQUESTED TO ATTEND at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on THU HSiU. y, the 11th instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, for the purpose of examining the Trea- surer's and Secretary's Accounts, and transacting the eeueral business of the Chaiity. I. ASHE GABB, Usk Castle, Feh. '2nd, 1836. Secretary. To tiC act, And entered upon immediately, cither together or divided into TWO FARMS, LL that CAPITAL FARM called PENTWYN, L » containing about 1S5 ACitES of excellent ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, situate in the P<irisii of \VH 11CHU KCH, fo ar miies from Cardiff, adjoining the 1 urnpike ftuad from that Town to Merthyr Tidvil, and within a short distance of the Glamoiganchire Canal. Application to be made (if by Letter, post paid) to Mrs Thomas, Roath Court, Card,IT. Sir Charles SIorgan3 Bart. HAS FIXED 'flit', ANNUAL SHOW OF STOCK, at Cctu't=i'=Bclt,-> garm, NEAR MAVPOITR, For TUESDAY, DECEMBER the 13th, 1836 SILVER CUPS GIVEN BY SIR CHARLES Al O ii(> AN For the best yearling BULL, North Devon Breed. For the best two years old HEIFER, ditto. For the best yearling BULL, short horned breed. For the best two years old HEIFER; ditto. For the best yearling BULL, Hereford breed. t 10 For the best two years old HEIFER, ditto. For the best yearling BULL,Glamorganshire bi eed. For the best two years old HElFEll, ditto. For the best BOAR, under a year old. For the best FAT PIG. For the best RAM LAMB, long wool. The Stuck to be bred and fed, and the property of the Kxhibiter at the time of Showini). THE FOLLOWING SILVER CUPS GIVEN BY OTHER GENTLEMEN. Lord RODS EY.—A Cup, for the best Galloway, under five years old. The Hon. W. Booth GREY—A Cup, for the best yearling Glamoigan Bull. Capel Hanbury LEIGH, Esq. — A Cup, for the best yearling Steer. Frederick JUSTICE, Ejq.—A Cup, for the second best yearling Steer. Thomas POWELL, Esq.—A Cup, value Ten Guineas, for the best vrarlin^ Heifer. General MCNDY.—A Cup. for the best Fat Cow. It. J. BLEWETT. Esq.—A Cup, for the best pair of two years old Hereford iftecrs, bred by a tenant tanner, in the county of Monmouth, being his property at the time of Shown1\ Rowley LASCELLES, Esq. —A Cap, for the best Gla- morganshire Ox, not under rive years. Lieutenant Cjlonel LASCELLES. —A Cup, for the second best ditto. Phillip JONES, Esq.—A Cup, for the best two years old Bull. Hush OWEN, Esq.—A Cup, for the best Pen of four breeding Ewes, 1011" wool. Colonel MI LLM.AN.—A Cup, for the best Ram Lamb, -NI I], I.Ni.1 N.-A C South Down breed. James HAFFENDEN, Esq.— A Cup, for the best yearling Colt or Filly, not by a thorough bred Horse. Joseph BAILEY, Esq.—A Cup, tor the best Pen of four yearling Wedders. Key. Leysoii I'LNOI'Lr,A Cup, for the second best, ditto. Joseph BAILEY, Esq.—A Cup, for the best C.trt Stallion, that has covered in the County of Monmonth, in 1836. George MORGAN, Esq—A Cup, for the best Fat OJl, under five years old. Rev. Augustus MOllGAN.—A Cup, for the best two years old Coll or Filly, got by a thorough bred Horse. Win. JONES. Esq. Chtha. — A Cup, for the best Brood M are, haif bred. Charles MORGAN, i.sq.—A Cup, for the best three years old Colt or Filly, got by a thorough bred Horse, in Glamorganshire or Monmouthshire. Robert N I" li, Esq.- A Cup, for the be,t two year old Cart Colt or Filly, bred in Glamorganshire. Octavms MORGAN, Esq.—A Cup, for the best two yeMs old Colt or Filly, got by a thorough bred Horse, the property of the exl¡¡b¡rer. .Matdiew MOGGRIDGE, Esq—A Cup, for the best Calfhred in the Parish of Robert WHEELY, Esq. — A Cup, for the best thorough bred Stallion, that has covered in the County of Mon- mouth, in 183(i. Summers HARFORD, Esq.—.A Cup, for the best thorough b"cd two years old Hereford Heifer, in Calf, bred and fed by the Exhibiier, to shew no more than four broad teeth. Subscribers to the following Priz::s,—Inhabitants of Newport and its Xeighbourhood. Thomas Jones PHILLIPS 110 William T. HELS 1 1 0 Richard FOTH K UCI J 0 Henry HA!.Si J „ Daniel DEW 1 1 0 John WATKINS, WemycMiri | Q James HODGES, Grange r q John LEWIS, Tydee J n George R. NEW 1 f James BIRCH J Q John CHURCH in William MORGAN, Penylan n Edmund JONES 1 John Skyrme SPLOTT 1 f 1 Henry MORGAN', Pengarn 1 j Win. PHILLIPS, Tredegar Anns. 1 J Henry WILLIAMS 1 1 Thomas BAKER 1 „ Abraham CLEMENTS 1 | Abraham JoN t.S 1 William Pm Li. IPS, Witson 2 2 George GRIFFITHS 1 (J Richard BlLL.lt.R 1 J A. A ISAACSON 1 1 Thomas PRIDE 1 1 JJ Edward DoWl.ING 1 1 0 Thtiriiiis CooKE 1 William WILLIAMS 1 1 0 iiliam WILLIAMS, Jun 1 1 Thomas R. WILLIAMS 1 1 0 Jacob Jenkins NICHOLAS 1 1 0 Robert SALLOWS 1 1 0 John D. COLLINS 1 ] 0 John HODGES, Magor 1 1 0 David DAVIKS, Clerk 1 1 0 HenryCOLLINS, Duffiyn 1 1 0 J din HOI)G K I NS" N 1 1 0 Fr(-(Icrick HALL 1 1 0 Watkin ROGERS I 1 0 William WATKINS. Coeckernew 0 John OWEN 1 1 0 John Watkin JON LS 1 1 0 Joseph LATCH 11" Richard Mt/LLOCK ] 1 0 John MORGAN, Treg J 11 i m 1 1 0 Matthew FOTH ERG I LL I ] 0 Edmund F. BUCKINGHAM 1 1 0 George BaKER, Grocer J 1 0 John W1 LKI Ns 1 1 0 George Bl.t'NT ] 1 0 John D. Ki-NRICK I 1 0 William Biil-.WEK 1 1 0 A Piece of Plate, valne Ten Guineas, for the best piece not being less than Five Acres of Swedish Turnips, growing within the county of Monmouth. A Piece of Plate, value Ten Guineas, for the best Bull, Cow, and Offspring, the Offspring bein, under two years old, the Cow and Offspring having been bre.t by the exhioiter, and theRull, (-'o,, an (i Offspring being his pro- perty at the time of showing. Cross breed excluded. A Piece of Plate value Ten Guinea*, for the best Fat Cow under six years old, bred and fed by the exhibiter, <>iul being his property at the time of showing. Cross breed exc uiied. 4 A Piece of Plate, value Five Guineas, for the three hi st two veais old Stock ifeiiers, bred by the exhibiter, and being his property at the time of showing Cross breed excluded. 0 A Piece of Plate, value Five Guineas, for the three best yc&riing Stock Heifers, bred by the exhibiter, and bring his property at the time of showing, Cross breed excluded. A Piece Of Plat,, value Five Guineas, for the best I en consisting of four yearling Wcdders, bred and fed by the exhibiter, and being his property at the time of showing. Cro-s breed excluded. A Piece of Piute, value Five Guineas, for the best Pen consisting of four vearling Ewes, bred ami fed by the exhi- hiter, and being bis property at the time of showing. Cros.- breed excluded. The Qualifications of tiie Stock to be exhibited for the above Prizes to be proved to the satisfaction of a COIL- mittee of three Gentlemen, to be named by the Subscri- bers previous to the exhibition. The Proprietor of the Stock to be shewn for each of the above Prizes, to rf iide within 25 miles from the Kind's Head Inn, in the Town of Newport and sueh distance to be ascertained be admeasurement along the nearest It jad to the residences of the contending parties. l'he Exhibiters for each of the above Prizes to be Tenant Farmers, the Prizes being meant for their encouragement and benefit, it being determined by the Subscribers that they shall not have to compete with Gentlemen farming their own estates. All Anim-ils ¡Iav; won a Prize at a former Cattle Show, at Court y Bella, are disqualified; and it is not permuted that any Animal be exhibited for two Prizes the same year.—N.B..11 Cross Breeds excluded. Half a Guinea to the Proprietor (being a Cottager), for the best Couple of Turkies, Geese, Ducks, or Fowls. One Guinea to the Person having the greatest number of Hives of Bees, in 1536. Stock lor Prizes to have the preference of Stalls. Nominations to he sent to Frederick Justice, Esq. Newport, Monmouthshire. All Stock to he entered, and the Certificates to be de- livered. before Five o'Clock on the Evening before the Show, to the Clerk, in the Yard, at Court y Bella Farm, and no Stock to be taken away before One o'Clock on the day of the Show. An Auction for Stock on the day of the Show. TW o^Sock? Ki"S'S H*ati lun' NewPor,» al MONMOUTHSHIRE DISTRICT COMMITTEE. @ITillújfW FOR JJrcmoitns CUrtgtmtt ? £ no&lctTgc. A CENTRAL Depository for the SALE of the i BOO KS anil 1 R AC TS of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, HAS BliEN ESTABLISHED at the Library of MR J. C. WATKINS, AbergavninV, for the Library of Mr J. C. WATKINS, AbergavninV, for the accommodation of Subscribers and the Public in general. Every Member of the Society, or Clergyman, in the Rural Districts, being a Subscriber, will be allowed to open an account, to a limited extent, with the Central Deposity, on tiie principle of S.ile and Return, for the supply ot such BCjoks as he finds in request in his own Neighbourhood. J- ASHE GARB, Secretary. Abergavenny, February 3d, 1S3S. DIOCESE OF llandapp. C' L BSCIUPTIONS in aid of the DISTRESSED 1RIS11 CLERGY. Glamorganshire- £ s. d. Amount already Advertised 313 10 3 Win. Truman, Esq. Brynteg, subscribed .£ 1, but was entered only for 10s. by mistake. 0 10 0 rFor Rev. Ii- Phillips, Vicar of Penlliiie, read PIIELPS.] Omitted informer Statement. George Williams, Esq. Hendredenny 0 2 6 Since Received. Mrs Picton, by Rev. John Edwardes, Gileston 7 13 0 A.-bv ltev. IV. B. Kiiiglit 1 0 0 Rev. David Griffiths, Rector of Liiiiilid.. 1 0 0 Subscriptions (additional) by Rev.T. Stacey, Rural Dean Ill 0 Ditto ditto by 11. lllosse, Esq.010 0 TOWN OF MEUTIIYR.—By Rev. JV. James. Anthony Hill, Esq 5 0 0 William Meyriek, Esq 3 0 0 George Russell, Esq 1 1 0 William Thomas, Esq 1 0 0 William Davies, Esq 1 0 0 William Perkins, Esq. 1 0 0 Mr Henry Jones. ] 1 0 Mr James Stephens 1 1 0 Edward Davies Esq 1 1 0 Mrs Rees 1 1 0 Mr William Jones I 1 0 Mr Andrew Marsden 1 0 0 A Friend to the Establishment. 1 0 0 A Friend j 0 Henry S: ale, Esq 1 0 0 P.—per J. B. Bruce, Esq 1 0 0 Rev. William James 1 I 0 I. M. Russell, Esq 0 10 0 Mr John Anseit 0 10 6 Mr Elias Williams 0 5 0 Mr David Lewis 0 5 0 Mrs Richards 0 10 6 A. R. T. 0 5 0 Mr Richard Jones 0 5 0 Mr Luke Pierson 0 5 0 Mr Lewis Lewis 0 5 0 Mr Rice Lewis 0 5 0 Mr David Jones 0 10 6 Mrs Jenkins 0 10 6 Mr James Jones. 0 5 0 Mr David Lewis 0 5 0 Mrs Davies 0 10 0 A Conservative Unitarian 0 o 0 Mr John Steele 0 5 0 MrJohnBevan 0 5 0 MrJohnBevan 0 5 0 Mr Lancelot Steele 0 7 6; Mr S.Smith 0 5 0 Mr Henry Thonias 0 5 0 A Friend 0 5 0 A. B 0 5 0 E. M 0 5 0 G. P 0 5 0 Mr Thomas Adney 0 5 0 Mr William Bowen 0 5 0 R. and M. Dyke 0 5 0 A Friend 0 5 0 Mr Win. James 0 5 0 Mrs Todd 0 o 0 A Friend 0 5 0 Mr W. Harrison 0 5 0 AFriend. 0 5 0 Mrs Cook 0 5 0 Mr Benjamin Martin. 0 10 0 A Friend to tiie Oppressed 0 5 0 Mr Thomas Davies 0 5 0 Mrs Hopkins 0 10 0 Mr William Williams 0 5 0 A Friend 0 5 0 Other smaller Contributions 4 6 8 DOWI.AIS.—Bj Rev. E. Jenkins. Miss Ross 1 0 0 Edward Hutchins, Esq 1 0 0 Mi" J. II. Davies 0 10 0 V'es Mr W. Purnell 0 10 0 Mr J. Richards 0 10 0 Mr J. Evans 0 10 0 Mr T. Evans 0 10 0 Mr W. Prosser 0 5 0 Monmouthshire Amount already Advertised 169 3 0 [For Mrs Stone, Michaelstone y bedw, read Mrs COLES, Michaeistone y VEDW.] ABERGAVENNY D EA:-OEII.Y .-North Western Division. From the Rev. W. Powell, Rural Dean. rhe Vicar of Aberg lvenny, Rural Dean.. 3 3 0 Rev. Thomas Williams, Rector of Llan- vapley 3 3 0 Rev. Thomas Morgan, Curate of Llantilio Pertiioley 110 Rev. D. Davies, Curate of Llantilio Cres- sennv I 1 0 Rev. C. Clifton, Curate of Llanthewy Rhydderch 2 2 0 Uo:i. and Ilcv. W. Rodney 1 1 0 Rev. George Gabb, Rector of Llanwenarth 2 2 0 Rev. F. Steele, Curate of L'anvetherine.. I 1 0 Rev. C. W. Blashfield, Rector of Goytre.. 2 2 0 Rev. I. George, Rector of G rosin out 1 1 0 Rev. f. Price, Curate of Llanviliangel Cra- corney 0 10 0 Rev. James Jenkins, ReetOr of Llanfoist.. 2 0 0 Rev. Daniel Rees, P.C. of Aberystruth 3 0 0 Rev. J. VV. Barrow 1 0 0 Miss Herbert, Hill 20 0 0 P- llanb ury Williams, Esq. Coldbrook „ Park 3 0 0 ^lr Win. Powell, Tanner 1 1 0 Mr 10111 Gabb, Solicitor 1 1 0 I hihp Secretan, Esq I 0 0 Friends to the Cause 0 5 0 G. Goldring, Esq. Trewyn 110 W. Hunter Little, Esq. Lansanfrede 3 0 0 General Kinsey 3 3 0 R. Smith, Esq. Party Seal 110 A Friend. 1 j 0 Mr V ere Herbert Smith, Abergavenny. 1 0 0 Mr Asliwin, Surgeon ditto. 0 10 0 Mr W. Watkins 0 5 0 Miss Hanbury Williams. 1 0 0 X. Y.Z 0 5 0 Mr J. C. Watkins ] l 0 Mr Bellamy I 0 0 Mr Venner, Lanellen 1 0 0 J. M. Conway, Esq. Hartlwicke 2 0 0 Mrs Osborne and Miss White. 1 0 0 MissPaytherns. 1 0 0 T. Paytheriis, Esq 0 10 0 Mrs Dyneley 0 10 0 J. Gisborne, Esq. Bryn Derri 1 1 0 G. 1. Rose, Esq. Penrose I I 0 Captain Hunter. Graig I 1 0 Christopher Davies, Esq .100 \V. Morgan, Esq. Banker 2 2 0 Mr Benoni Peach, Priory 0 Mr «L Griffiths, Ulaenavon 1 10 First-fruits from my uncle Tommy 4 7 0 W. Secretan, Esq 1 1 0 ,,4 Thomas Steel, Esq I 1 0 E- Batt, Esq. 1 0 0 Mr W. Williams, Mill 010 0 Atil, Fsq .2 2 0 Mr James Jones, Maltster 1 0 0 Mr J. Powell 0 I 0 otuo 9 6 DEANERY op USK—Eastern Division. From Rev. Henry George Talbot, Rural L ean. Rev. Henry George Talbot, Rector ot ') Mitchc) Trov, Rural Dean 0 Rev. William Sevs, Vicar of Trelleck and Pciizllt .5 0 0 Rev. Stephen Parrv, Curate of ditto. I I 0 Rev. Wiilhm Powell, Vicar of Raglan and Landennv 3 0 0 Rev. Thonias Langley, P.C. of Landogo.. 2 0 0 Rev. Henry Warrilow, P.C. of ^n»hen 1 0 0 Rev. David Jones, Rector of VV olves- newton 0 10 0 Rev. Thomas Kemp Phillips, Curate of Lansoy 0 10 0 Rev. IIugi. Lewis, P.C. of Langoven and Penvclawdd • • ••••• 0 10 0 A Friend, "by the Rev. T. Lang.ey, Lan- dogo 0 0 Miss Purchas, ditto 1 0 0 Capt. Fleming, R.N. ditto. 0 10 0 JamesRichards.Esq.Cwmcarvan. 2 0 0 Osmond Wyatt, Esq. Troy House 0 10 0 .t21 11 0 caudifFTO UN. SErtgli ClctQB efiarttfi. —————— s. d. SUBSCRIPTIONS already Advertised 186 9 6 s Subscriptions since received. Rev. W. Leigh, Eglwysiian 0 10 0 Mrs Leigh, ditt 0 10 0 Henry Williams, Esq. Duffryn Ffrwd, 2nd Donation () 10 0 W. H. Twyning, Esq q 10 0 G. Forest, Esq. Navigation-house 0 10 0 Mr E. Edmunds, Penvrnos Q ,5 Q Mr E. Edwards, Caerphilly 0 2 6 Mr E. Evans, ditto 0 2 6 Mr Wavne, Pontypandy 0 2 G G. Williams, Esq. Hendredenny 0 2 6 Mr R. Francis, Aber Mill 0 2 0 Rev. J. Davies, Curate of BrithdVr 0 5 0 Rev. W. Rhys, Ystrad-dvfochvg 010 0 Rev. R. Evans, Llantrissent 0 1) 0 A Ladr, per ditto 0 10 () Mrs Bowen, Cardiff 0 2 (i Mrs Evans, ditto U 2 (j Mr Morgan Williams, Aberdare 0 10 0 Mr Jenkins, Cardiff 0 5 0 Mr J. Jenkins 0 10 0 Mr Beaumont, L'andaff 1 0 0 Mr J. B. K. Grover, ditto 0 10 0 6t 194 11 6 U. By Cash remitted to the Archbishop of Canterbury 84 2 0 By ditto remitted to Rev. W. B. Knight, on Account ol Clerical Fund 30 4 6 ,"Outi By ditto remitted to Rev. J. Cole5, Sub- scription ol Rev. VV. Jones, Rum- ney 1 10 0 By ditto received by Messrs. Towgoods to Credit of Clerical FmUl 51 5 0 By ditto Mr VV. Bird for Printing 113 0 By ditto Merthyr Gu ardian for Advertising 2 4 0 By ditto 2nd remittance to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury 23 12 6 1 6 HEREFORDSHIRE Capital Oak, Ash. and Wytoh GROWING UPON THE VINEYARD ESTATE, close by the Abergavenny and Hereford Train Koad. near MONMOUTH CAP, six miles from Abergavenny, fifteen from Hereford, and tiftern irom Monmouth. To bt ollJ bL) Auction, By Messrs. WHITE & SON, At the MONMOIJTII CAP INN. in the Parish of G OS- MONT, on TUKSDAY, tbe lGibof FEBRUARY ]836, at Six o'Clock 111 ihe livening, subject 10 conditions — LOT I. ONE Hundred and Ten MAIDEN ASH TREES, numbered witlvwhite paint, in the Grove and Fields adjoining. LOT '-i.—-Eighty MAIDEN WYTCH TREES, num bered as abive, in ditto ditto. LOT 3.-k)i,c Hundred auil 1 cn capital MAIDEN OAK TREKS, numbered with white paint, from 1 to 100 inclusive, in the Meadows and Lands adj:>irnn<r, LOT 4.-0n Hundred and Thirty capita) MAIDEN OAK rl ItLhS, numb«ied \vi:h white paint, from 101 to 230 inclusive, in the Grove ami Lands adjoining. LOT 5.—Sixty OAK TIvEES, numbered with white pailit, in the Upper and Lower Woods and Lands ad. joining. LOT 6.-Fifty-five ASH TllEES, numbered with white paint, in ditto dltlQ. LOT 7.—Twenty WYTCH TREES, numbered with while plIlI, in ditto dilto. LOT ii-Thc preser.t Faliage of the Lower Wood, about Six Acres, 16 Years' Growth. The Oak is tit for Naval purposes the Ash, from its cleanness and strength, for Bendinjr. Coach-making, &c.; and the Wytch, for Coacb-nukers, Wheelwrights, &e. 'The Tenant, or James Watkins of I'enisaplewtlt, will shew the 'Timber and for iurthci particulars apply 10 shew the 'I'iiiil)er aiid for iurthci particulars apply 10 Mr Thomas Gilbert, Crossway Green, near Chepstow j or to Mr R. W. Purchas, i,ilslotie, near Monmouth.

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