Hide Articles List

16 articles on this Page

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

News
Cite
Share

be built at Merthyr, in pursuance of the Act obtained last Session (lenders for the erection of which were advertised for in our last) will be on an extensive scale, and hilly adequate to the wants of the population of the increasing town and neighbourhood, it will be a square building, occupying a site of about 200 feet by 2.30. A large cartway-road will run through the centre, for the greater convenience of those bringing fruit, vectables, c. &c, to market. The butchers' market will occupy two sides of the building, forming two galleries, 2o0 feet iu length, and containing 108 large and enclosed stal's or shops. Underneath th s portion of the Market will be 28 large. ce'lars, with stair- cases, really access from the Market and convenience for the entrance of iroods from the surrounding streets. The inner market, for the sale of fruit, vege- tables, poultr\, butter, &c- will comprise five long avenues, with benches and stall-boards, on each side. The gangways will |)e wide, and much attention has been paid by the architect, in the arrangement of his plans, to the important subjects of light and veiuilation. On each sjile of the principal entrance will he an office for the Clerk of Ihe Market, and a weighing-room; and over this entrance will be a long open gal- lery, with stone staircases at each end and, in a similar manner, over the other Plld will be a long gallery for the stowage and sale of corn, sue(i, &e. The latter gallery will have a Stair case and loop-doors at each end, for the receipt and delivery of sacks, The arrangements for the adequate supply of water have been carefully considered, and we venture to think that these Markets will be found convenient, cleanly, and airy. Such are onr opinions of this intended structure, from an inspection of tile beautIful pLtlJs prepared by that intelligent and rising architect, Mr T. H- Wyatt, and we congratulate our townsmen on tlii.,i prospect of another stride in the path of their comfort and civilization.

(Blamo rgangfttre.

fHonmoutiigturr. .

i&recansJMr*.

.Til /•' CIRCUITS.

[No title]

TO THE 1 EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE…

-. ARISTOPHANES, THE SAUSAGE…

__-_.__..-COPPER ORES SOLD…

[No title]

Family Notices

MEHTHYR TYDVlL, SA TURDA Y,…