FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. London, Friday, February 19. 1836. CROWN OFFICE, FBB. 19. MEMBERS returned to serve in thill present PARLIAMENT. BOROUGH OF STOKE-UPON-TRENT.—Lieuteuant- Colonel the Hon. George Anson, in the room of Richard Edensor Heathcote, Esq., who has accepted the Chiltet-it Hundreds. BOROUGH OF MALTON.—John Walbanke Chil- dere, of Cantley, in the county of York, Esq., in the room of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Christopher Pepys, now Baron Cettenham. BOROIGH OF COCK E RMOUTH.-FD %vard Hors- man, of the city of Edinburgh, Esq in the room of Fretcheville Lawson Ballautine Dykes, Esq, who has accepted the Chiltern Hundreds. WHITEHALL, FEB. 17. The King has been pleased to grant unto the Rev. Reno Dickson Hampden, D.D., the office and place of Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford, together with the place and dignity of a Canon of the Cathedral Church of Christ, in the said University, pronerly belonging to the Regius Pro- fessor of Divinity in the said University, being void by the death of Dr. Edward Burton. DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. John Worrall, Ilatcliff Highway, Middlesex, eating house keeper and soup maker. BANKRITTS. John Goldsworthy, Great St. Helen's, Bishopsgate Street, London, and Lower Hampstead Heath, Middlesex, coal merchant and trader. William Hodgkinson, now or late of Margaret Street Cavendish Square, Middlesex, furniture printer and lodg- ing house keeper. George Coxe, late of Dark-house Lane, Lower Thames Street, London, victualler. Matthew Catlin, Blackman Street, Southwark, Surrey, horse dealer and job master. Christoper Keenan, Berwick upon Tweed, linen draper. Edmund Wilson, Lower Thames Street, London, cheesemonger and trader. Frederick Gamble, Gracecliurch Street, London, pre- served provision and pickling merchant. Ellen Iarlha. Caddick. and Angelina Mary Caddick, Manor Hall, Little Chelsea* Middlesex, boarding housa keepers. George Saffery, Market llasen, Lincolnshire, scrivener. John Tetlow, Manchester, house painter and plasterer- James Uglow, Cheltenham, music seller. Thomas Cuff Webb, Ilminster, Somersetshire, iron- I monger. London, Tuesday, February 23. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. James Datby, Gravel Lane, Surrey, carpenter. William Gilliam, Hillam, Yorkshire, butcher. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. Joseph Wallwoith, Newton, Manchester, common brewer. BANKRUPTS.. Horatio William Hall, Air Street, Piccadilly, scrivener. Matthew Catlin, Blackman Street, Southwark, horse dealer. Kichard Darch, Great Guildford Street, Southwark, ironmonger. Richard Hayes, Regent Street, bookseller. Benjamin Palmer, Duke Street, St. James's, tailor. Joseph Dudley Web, Fleet Street, London, lamp dealer. William Weeks, Southampton, wine and porter mer- chaut. John Lewis. Bailyglass, Carmarthenshire, cattle dealer. John James Buttle, Paston, Norfolk, coal merchant. David Ha-lehurst, Sheffield, and Henry Basen, sen. Wittington, Derbyshire, collier. Alexander Peat, Muscovy court, Tower hill, wine lDer- chant.
BERLIN, Jan. 28.—The increased postage on certain journals, which is to commence on tlie 1st ol April, is not confined to the French, but extends also to the English journals. Of the latter several, even of the ministerial partv, arc to pay increased postage. Among the journals exempt is the limes, whose violent articles against the speech of the Emperor Nicholas at Warsaw went far beyond the Journal des Debuts
Orders and Advertisements will be received by he following Country Agents. CARDIFF; Mr. WM. BIRD, Bookseller. MONMOUTH Mr. c. HOUGH. BRECON Mr. WM. KVANS, Ship Street. NEWPORT Messrs. WEBUliR and Soi, Booksellers. Mr. J. BIRD. eATH Mr. WHITTINGTON, Auctioneer. 8VKRANSEA Mr. DAY, Law Stationer, Mount street. I OWBRIDGE: Post Office. J CRfCKHOWEJ. Mr. T. WILLIAMS. ^^KRGAVENNV Messrs. WATKINS & SON, P.O. ^SK MR WILLIAM DAVIS, Laud A^ent & Surveyor CHEPSTOW Mr.B. BRAUFURD, Chemist & Druggist LANDOVERY: WILLIAM REES, Post Office. &UILTH Mr. E T. LEWIS. THEDEGAR Mr. JOHN DAVIS ( Brychan), Bookseller AND 4t the GAZETTE and GUARDIAN Office, High Street Menhyr TydviJ where all Communications are requested to 1x1ressed.
AGENTS FOR BRISTOL AND HEREFORD. BRISTOL Mr. JOHN REES, 31, College Green. HEREFORD: Mr. W.H. VALE, Bookseller, High St, LONDON AGENTS. Messrs V twroN and Co., Warwick Square. Mr. R. BARKER, 33, Fleet treet. Mr. S. DEACON, qolonial Coffee House, Walbrook. Mr.G. REYNELL, 42, Chancery Lane, Fleet Street, Messrs. CLARKE and LEWIS, 4, Crown Court, Thread- needle Street. MR. HAMMOND, 27, Lombard street, MR. JOSEPH THOMAS, I, Finch Lane, Messrs. JUDGE and Co., Palace New Road, Westminster AND To all Postmasters and Clerks of the Roads. This Paper is regularly filed at Peel's Coffee House, Fleet Street. TheChapter Coffee House, St. Paul's. And at theCelonial Coffee House, Walbrook, London.
BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, 'SSLN "WILL SAIL MjttiSvDur5n?the NEXT WEEK,.S SuJ1 AS FOLLOWS: pilaikr' FROM BRISTOL, Feb.29. MONDAY 2 afternoon MAR. I, TUESDAY 8 morn and not sail 2. WEDNESDAY 6 iiitlrn 4.} after 8, THURSDAY H morn 5 after 4, FRIDAY 7 itiorn IOJ Ejiorit 5, SATURDAY 74 inorii I I morn FROM NEWPORT. Ffi. 29, MONDAY. H afternon MAR. 1, TUESDAY not sail 3 after 2, WEDNESDAY 9-1 morn 3i after 3, THURSDAY 10 iiit)rn 4 alter 4, FRIDAY 6 morn 11 morn 5, SATURDAY 6 int)rn I li tyorii VAITFS :-After Cabin, 49.-F-,re-Cabin, 2s.—To and *ro same day. (Provided a To and Fro Ticket is takeu,) After-Cabin 6s.—Fore-Cabi" 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-price. -Dogs, Is H Four-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s., P°rses each. 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one *Ssenger, 15s, Horse and Rider, After-Cabin, 7s ditto °fe-Cahin, 6s. The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets plVfi NOTICE that they will not be accountable for an_v ^a,»enger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) unless °ked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; if above the value of 40s. entered at its value, and in proportion paid for the same at the time of Paeket.oQffices, Ilownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, Newport. JOHN JONES, Agent. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily e'*een these places and Newport. .KDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New- ,ge. Bedwelty,and Nantyglo.—A Coach Daily between places and Newport arriving at Newport about ° clock morniug, and starting at 2 o'clock afternoon. PORTISHEAD.—The Proprietors of tl above Steam ipllr4ets beg to inform the Public, that in consequence • k Eagle having been Sold, they are re-tittir.g CAMBRIA to till tbe station between Bristol, PI)rtisticad and Clevedou, and that she will commence 1, lying earlv in the Spring. March 1. 1836. C ARDIFF and BRISTOL, The New and Swift Going Steam > Packet, NAUTILUS, 60 Horse Power, J0HN ALLEN, Commander, I intended to joly during the Month of FEBRUARY, I with Passengers and Goads, as follows:- o FROM CARDIFF. Coach from Merthyr. MAR. 2. Wednesday 4-i afternoon 12 £ afternoon. 4-. Friday 6 morning. 2 morning. 7..M,mday.. 7 iiioriiiiig 3 morning. 9..Wednesday 8 morning. 4 morning. 11.. Friday 10 norning 6 morning. FROM BRISTOL. Coach to Merthyr. MAR. I. Tuesday 3 afternoon 7 afternoon. 3..Thursday.. 4J afternoon 9 afiernoon. 5..Saturday.. 51 morning. 10 n.orning. 8.. Tuesdav 7 morning. II morning. 10.. Thursday.. » morning. 12 morning. FARES After Cabin, 5s.-Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under Twelve Years of Age, Half-price. Dogs. Is. each. ^f'eshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin, j^our-wheel Carriage, 21s.; Ditto, drawn by one horse, %*>, Two wheel Carriage, 10*. 6d Horses 6s. each, 0rse and Rider, After Cabin 9s. Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d ^.B. Goods intended to be shipped per this Packet, "st be sent to the Packet Office, No. 12, Quay Street, *'lence they will be hauled to tbe Packet, at the Com- expense- or they will be taken in at the Cum .and Basin Locks, by ROBliiiT CHAPLIN, free of 1Ine. Goodsfornarded to (ill parts of the Kingdom without delay. I Alerthyr, Cowbridge, and Bridgend.—Coaches to and r0rn each place Daily, and also Spring Waggons. Newbridge, Aberdare, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Llantrissent, Caerphilly.— Gooils forwarded to these places in up Canal Boats and Waggons immediately on fflv*l, unless ordered by any particular conveyance. Freight to be paid on delivery. JOPllrtherinformation may be obtained of Mr RICHARD tb NES TODD. Agent, St. Mary Street, Cardifr; and at j Packet Office on tne Wharf; Mr J OH N G RI11' 11 H Ai N S. Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, and of r W. J. D £ BUCK, No 8 Fenchurch Street, London. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet f,lve Notice, that lliey will not be accountable for any **sen ers' Luggage, nor will they be answerable for ny Goods, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) ^"less Booked at either of their Offices in Cardill or 'l*lol, and if above the value o! 40s., entered at its y Ue and Carriage in proportion paid ior the same, at -ne of Booking. I?ItANKS'S SPECIfiC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA CERTAIN and THRAL DISCHAHGKS. TI RES IRRITATION OF TIIE KIDNEYS. BLADDER, URE- THRA, & I HOST ATE GLAND. From JOSEPH HENRY GREEN. Esq F.B.S.oneof theCounci- of the Royal College of Surs geons.Surgeon to St. Thornas'f c I. have made trial of Mr FRANKS'S Solution of ^"faiLa, at St. Thomas's Hospital. in a variety of cases charges in the male and female, and the results art ()1);rilQl my stating, that it is an efficacious remedy, and Co hleh does not produce the usual unpleasant effects of (Signed) JoSEPH HENRY GREEN. |fr Lincoln's Inn Fields, April 25, 1835." 1,1 BRANSBY CoOPER, Esq. F.RS. Surgeon to Guy's I Hospital, and Lecturer on Atiatory).v, &c. &c. QG BRANSBY COOPER presents his compliment to Mr '«»t°RGE FRANKS, aud has great pleasure in bearing G0'"10"y of the efficacy of bis solution of Copaiba in t|>e £ r'*>«a,for which disease Mr CooPER has prescribed tile "r'-ficea for which disease Mr CooPER has prescribed "tiort in tell or tw(!Ive cases with perfect siiccf,ss. ^'Oiii P V Spring Gardens, April 13. 1835." .WILLIAM HENTSCH, Esq. House Surgeon to the I «( Hospital; Greville Streftt, Hatton Garden, j <'f!ar ^'r»—1 have given your Medicine in very j tIIto Y dear Sir,-l have given your Medicine in very | y cases of Gonorrhcea and Gleets, some of which I 00 niany mouths under other treatment, and can | ,<:st'mony to its great cfficacy. 1 have found it to | t(je lr» a much shorter time, and with more benefit to I ^ofaeral health, t^an any other mode of treatment I I 01 the gcnfi^.Vy of cases have been cured within I (inj fiona the commencement of taking the Medicine, °f thcm n less time than that. Have the i °**« to selld me another supply. I atii, dear Sir, yours, very truly, I '*G (Signed) «« WILLIAM HENTSCH. |»r revi 11 e Street, Hatton Garden, April 15, 1S35." f»j4j.sePared ouly by George Franks, Surgeon, 91). B ack- and may be had of his agents, Barclay and ai'r|ngdon Street, London j at the Metlical Hall, Street, Dublin of J. arid li. Raimes, p a"!» Edinhurgii and of all Wholesale and I ?ol(i uteut Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom. 4s. 6d. and lis. each. Duty i Mr N AGENT POR MERTHYR TYDVIL. I r*et 'D MORGAN, Cli mist and Druggist, High I 5:°"'in^I°N — prevent imposition, the Honourable ^KoRS,°ne,s °f Stamps have directed tbe name of FRANKS Blackfrtais Road" to be engraven N JJ Stamp. e^ic»rp''le Medical Profession, Hospitals, and other supplied as usual from the Proprietor. CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. NV, The New lId beautiful Fast Going Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, Two Engines 30 Horse Power Each, H. T. PARFITT, Conimatider, Will Ply during March, with Passengers and Goods, as follows:- FROM CARDIFF. „ Coach from Bridgend. MAR. 1..TUESDAY 3 afternodn 12 noon. 3.. 1 H l' RSD A Y 6 morning 2 morning. 5..SATUR DA Y. morning 3 morning. FROM BRISTOL. Coach to Bridgend. FEB. 29. •• • MONDA Y. 2 afternoon., fi afternoon. MaI!. 2. •• • WLDN ESIM Y 3i afternoon 7-I afternoon. 4.FRIDAY 51moming 2 afternoon. No Long Passage either way by the LADY « this Month. FA R ES After Cabin, 5s.—Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half.price.-Dogs. Is each. A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cahin.-Re- freshments may be had on Board on moderate Terms. Four-Wheel Carriage, 21s. Ditto drawn hy One Horse, 15s.; Two-Wheel Carriage, i()s. 6d., Horses. (3s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d.; Cattle; sheep. Freighters are requeSted to order all Goods intended for the LADY CH ARLOTTE to be sent to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Bridgend and Cowbridge. A Fast Light Post Coach runs to and from the Lady Charlotte. Merthyr— Coaches to and from Daily.—A Spring Waggon also for the conveyance of light goods. Newbridge, Aberdare. Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend. Llantrissellt, and Caerphilly-Goods forwarded to these Places in Lock-up Canal Boats and Waggolls immcdlately 011 arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for. Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Packages Parcels, &c. &c. forwarded to all parts of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. NOTICF.- rii, Proprietor, of the above Steam Packet give notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels, (if lost or damaged) un- less booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of X2, unless entered at its value, and carriage, in proportion, paid for the same, at the time of booking. Any further information as to Freight, &c. will be readily obtained by applying to the Agents. Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr H. R. HALL, 2, Lower Castle Street, Bristol. jk JL To Emigrants and Shippers The undersigned despatches Goods and Passengers ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. TO æ:\f\g mm and other Ports iu the United States three times* monthly. TO THE BRITISH SETTLEMENTS IN NORTH AMERICA every fortnight diii-itig the season. TO THE EAST AND WEST INDIAS about every ten days. TO THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, Van Diemaris Land, and New South Wales, about every six weeks, &c. &c. Emigrants ui(i Shippers may rely on the vessels em- ployed being of the best description and fitted with every convenience conducive to comfort ana safety. And as he aims at obtaining the good opinion and favourable report of every individual who employs him, heearnestly entreats Emigrants not to leave their homes until they have se- cured their passages and received notice a time for their arrival in Liverpool, as by this means their tickets of admission will be entrusted to careful attendants who will conduct them to their vessels allll protect them from the impositions of those worthless characters who are in wait- ing at every landing place to entrap and deceive strangers. When the attendants, with the tickets of admission, are not in waiting, the Emigrants are recommended to hiie a Car to bring the selves and their luggage direct to the office, and above all to avoid taking advice or assistance from Strangers, otherwise in all probability they will be deceived and plundered. In aiming at obtaining a continuance of the preference which he so long enjoyfd, and ot preserving his Emi grat 1011 business on the most icspectahle and satisfactory looting, the undersigned, while he urcs COlllpliitnce with the above recommendation, craves reference to the follow- ing Testimonials, selected almost at random from several hundreds in his possession. TESTIMONIALS. Frolll Job.. Bennett, 31. I'. for South Wiltshire. «Si>.—Wishing In send to Van I)i, and sUlne lamilies I applied to Lord ,Co 0ffice, wh.. ieterre.1 Ih I.I you, as tin- person inost imely "I I mi tiie must reasonable teiius and in a sauslaclory manner. To E.iWard Witikitisliitw, Fsq. From M.-«srs Chalmers and Guthrie, London. Mr Hav (under Seatary tor t' e Colonies) aud Mr Secre tary Elliot speak in the liigliest terms of t: e integrity, industry, arraimineot-, and intelligence of Mr W«lkin*na»v. From Thos. Fred. KUiot, Secretary to His Majesty's Com- ini^ioue. K tor Em ovation. "Sir,—I be happy to bear testimony e and pre- cisiou with which ali business between } 1111 ..lid the ElIlgrlllioll CoiYUUittMoi) ha- been transacted and also as to seivice which "you have been in HeclHljll1 the wishes qf Gcfcrnnent in pronioling Eini^raiion to the Australia" Colonies." To lidward Walkinshaw, From Lord Ho*vjck, son of E ii-I Grey, and I.,tt ly one of the f Sute for the C^ior.ial Department. 16, Whitehall Pmce, 1st Sept. 1834. "Sir,-I, liave 110 liesitnti, in sayinu tha' (ittriiig li e time I have been in the Colonial Ofli,, I ii aveIriiied the inosi favoiir- a"le opinion «f the 111 inner in which your husine-s as a s-lnp- ownei, underiakiiiij tlie c«>nvey(tilce (>f Emi^riiHs las tell tonilui ted■ At lie time w, into with )0; I was actively e^iiged in an endeavour t f cilitie>whieh <Jsd not then exist, to emigrants of the |;»D;>iirinij Classes desirous of .ir»ceed.n< tothe Austnlian Colories an'" I c ei tainlj conceived that ihe aeeomi.dis meiitof tins ot-jett -vas mainly 0" inJ to active and abteco operation. F is w, E,q From Tlimnas Wiight. Esq. Dublin <;jr(—Allow' me to return my personal thanks for the veu Krcat attention you have paid to mu h a novice in the trail spot t yrrvice a^ I an»ai1^ c'ollUi'atulate >ou on my total ignorance of you, which ii> biced me lo inquire so much after your charac- ter a»'d abiiity. as to gel the inodt flattering testi monials of yon III every renpfct, and from every quarter,irom the Government tlow„w.,rd^. Walkin?1,iivv? Es(1_„ Fiom tlie Rev. William WilliiimSj |;lte 0c Chepstow, Passenger per Henry I-ee, y., k. «« —M* self and party will have great pleasure in our ill. tercouiEe WHi'lln seillt-.s, and in vM itini/ lionie lo uur frieuds to l)'ir testimony to toe excellent qiMhty Uiil ai r.ingenienfs ol your t1 the g"1 eat and at ten ion we have ex pcrienced at your ban.Is. A'so that 111 point of economy and jrood u eatini in E.nigi ail s troim-verj pari of the kingdom IV I: I linil it for their inteie-^t and clIlllf it, to make their arrange- ments with your long-eat hlished anti respectable house. To Mr Willlc.II;¡}¡a\V." Apply, povt pai(l, to EDWARD AVALKINSHAW, Lctherland Alley, Pool Lane, Liverpool. As no letter will be opened unless the postage has been paid, Immigrants are recommended to form themselves into parties in order that one letter may answer for many. No berth will be reserved till the Passage Money has been paid, and co prevent dieappointments are recommended to make their criqaycmelitiat least a fortnight before they anil, co- FOR THE RECOVERY of ESTATES, No. 3, JEW IN STREET, CITY, LONDON. ALL Persons having Claim or Title to Estates, Lands, or Money, whether as Heir at Law, Next of Kin, or otherwise, may have the same recovered with the utmost despatch, by sending a full and clear state- ment of their cases to the above Office. All Letters and Parcels must be post paid. London, 1836. r|^0 'he Nobility, Gentry, aud the Public.—Fami- | lies of distinction and Visitors to the Metropolis at this Season, who frequently experience great difficulty in suiting themselves „j,(, FURNISHED orUNKUK- NISHfcD HO US US, owing to the great dllland. are respectfully informed every attention will beaffoided in the House and listate Agency Department of HKNRY L. COOPLR, in obtaining or disposing of the same, or in the Selling, Letting, or Valuing any description 01 property in Town or Country. From the central situations of the Kstabli<hments in their respective commanding localities, every facility is reluiered 10 families honoring his hou>e witli their in structions, and offering the advantage of a double regis- ter, usually replete with eligible properties. The general introduction of PLATE GI..ASS for Win- dows, Carriages, Conservatones, Internal Decorations, Coiist- &c., has induced H. L. C. to anne:, a Tariff of Sizes, adapted to those with Prices exceedingly moderate, but of a quality not be excelled also is added an out- line of his general business.comprising the Cabinet, Upholstery, and Decorative Departments, in each of which the most careful attention is paid bulh to quality and cost. Henry L. Cooper, Plate Glass and Furniture Ware- houses, No.93, Bishopsgate Street Within; and Western Branch, 57, Conduit Street, nine doors from lfcgent Street, left hand side. Among the variety of Articles above referred to, will he found LIJOKING GLASSES of every denomination and size, varviri:' from one foot to eighty feet a;:d up- wards, Plate Glass for Windows, Carriages, &c. which possess great advantages over Crown, and when required for exportation, a considerable drawback obtained.— Annexed are the Prices of Current Sizes of Plate Glass for Sashes &c. c IT) IX 20 '22 25 28 30 d £ (I -i- s ft • £ k }> 0 7 h U 9 3 0 in (i 0 11 9 0 13 8 J5 0 l<» 11 II U 8 4 0 III & 0 II IU « 13 O 2 9 3 0 11 6 0 13 I- 0 14 C, 0 lti 11 0 19 81 1 6 13 H 1(1 2 '0 12 7 0 14 4 0 15 11 0 18 It) I 1 10 1 3 D 13 H 1(1 '2 0 12 7 0 14 4 0 15 11 0 18 It) 1 10 3 D Mull 2 0 13 0 0 Ir> « 0 r 0 1 0 0 3 111 f» 1 15 0 12 I 0 I" II 0 Hi lJ 0 J9 2 1 2 II I 6 I I 8 2 I f, 1) 13 (1 0 It, 1 o 18 t. L 0 0 1 4 7 1 8 (I 1 10 0 17 0 13 11 0 17 4) U 0 1 2 7 1 f> (1 <J y 11 10 18 it 14 II 0 18 9 I 1 t, 1 4 3 1 8 2 111 0 I 13 tf 1!) <> 1". In 1 0 2 1 3 1 9 h 1 13 2 1 5 7 2,i i, I 1 1 4 1 7 6 111 3 1 10 0 i 17 0 22 0 IU 2 I 4 3 1 7 f. I 10 3 1 14 5 I IS G 2 1 3 2; 1 2 8 1 8 J 1 II 3 14 5 I 19 1 2 3 9 2 Gil 28 1 Ii I 1 1 15 M 1 18 0 2 3 9 i 9 0 2 12 6 30 I 8 2 I 13 II I 17 (i 2, 1.3 2 f. 11 2 12 f! 2 10 3 32 I .10 I 1 10 ( 2 -o 0 2 4 0 2 10 0 2 16 0 3 0 0 =-: 9 2 13 2 2 19 3 9 3ti I 13 o 2 0 0 J & "2 9 0 2 lo 3 3 0 3 7 6 3N 115 7 2 2 9 2 7 0 2 12 3 2 19 4 3 0 0 3 1 1 3 4(1 1 17 (.2 5 0 2 9 11 2 15 0 3 2 0 3 10 0 3 16 5 Or any sizes containing from three feet to ei¡',ht feet, at 9s. per foot thus a plate bein,, 30 inches by 18 inches, contains three feet nine inches superficial measure, and costs £ 1 I3s. 9J. as per above tariff. All under three feet superficial at a reduction. SliCOND-HAN D LOO KIN G G L ASS ES. ill feet, Several superb Glasses, varving in size, right feet, nine feet, ten ft-etg itild upwards in length, by five feet and five feet six inches in w.dtli, at a considerable leduc- tion from the present tariff price>. Or LENT on HI !E t) the tnouiii or season. CARVING AND GILDING IN ALL ITS H'lANC'P'S. In this department will be lound a very elegant and extensive variety of Chimney "lId Iln Frames, Cornices for Windows, Oruamen.al lab.esaiM Eurn ture, "lid richly mounted Frames in vat ioui Sizes for Part raits, Pailltin &c. Paintings and 1 nuts mounted, framed, ami regilt. P VPE HANGING, AND INT-'UIOR COIIATIONS, in all its branches from the most simple to the first style of elegance. A rich variety of new patterns on show. -%I j, NT, IN TilE UPHOLSTERY ARRANGEMENT, the greatest attention is paid to unite elegance with economy in cnaractcr for Ihe drawIng room, boudoir, dining loom, library and bed chambers, from the most quiet to the most costly styles. In the various articles of^ chituses, moreens, dainasks, silks, &C* A great variety n of the most splendid and novel sty ei are constantly on view, of those qualities hichcan alone insure permanent satisfaction the extreme disparity in prices in these articles, mainly arises fro' tile ilift'riority of the fabric. CABINET, CHAIR, AND SOFA WOltK, manufal tured of the most seasoned n.ateriats. In the finish of Chairs, Solas, &c- much depends on the qualIty of the materials used, and the workmanship. It may not be IlIlwonhy of remark thaI a slnlllar dfeet nlay be produced, at a saving of nearly one half. but which in the wear most eventually prove a serious disappointment to the purchaser. This applies also to the manufacture of Cabinet Goods, which from being made of unseasoned materials and unsound work, (that cannot be detected by "the casual observer,) can never be of that service and durability so essential. H. Ij- C. begs to add that he manufactures them on his own premises and has always on hand a large stock of well-seasoned materials, which enables him to produce work at the lowest I)ossible rate and of a superior quality. Si'EAM and SAILING VESSELS promptly fitted up with CABIN Fl.RNTL'LRE and PASSENGERS REQUISITES. SOLID an.1 PORTABLE Furniture, Bedding, Mus- quito Hahgers, &c., for Foreign Climates. Families going ahroad will receive every information respecting the articles best adapted for their particular destinatio Merchants, Captains, and Dealers, supplied with the utmost dispatch 0;\ the most liberal terms. CARPETING of the fabric, especially made for the first tiphoistery houses, viz Brussels, JCidderminister, and Venetian j also a few of the much-admired Velvet Pile Carpets, Hearth-rugs, Druggets, Baize, Floor-cloth, &c. BEDDING, BLANKETS, &c. well seasoned, real Dantzic Feathers, also equally pre- pared light Downy Feathers for second and third rate beds, Elastic Spring, llair, and Wool Mattresses, real Witney, fine Bath and York Blankets, Marseilles Quilts and Counterpanes. In the article of Bending, Blankets, &c. so essentially important to all, H. L. C. is deter mined that no trader shall supply them ou better terms. HOUSE AGENCY. A Register is kept at b»th Establishments for the Dis- posai or Procuring of every description of Houses, furnished or unfurnished, Estates &c. Properties Sur- veyed, and tixiures Appraised. FUN ERA IS FURNISH KD, and conducted with the greatest propriety, and with every consistent regard to economy. Famitcs in the country may command the most ap- proved taste, by being waited 01:1 at home with patterns; and designs made on the spot, calculated to harmonize with the plans, proportions, and decorations of the Rooms; and their orders delivered and fixed on terms forming a velY small addition to the first cost, by the system adopted by this concern. With this short enumeration of the leading articles of his Trade, and the very favourable terms on which he undertakes to supply them, HENRY L. COOPER appeals to all classes tor a continuation of tnat flattering preference hitherto afforded Ins H ouso, 9o, Bisiiops^aie Street Within, Western Branch, 57, Conduit Street, Nine Doors from :iegeni Street. H. L C. begs respectfu ly to solicit particlllar attention tothe Addjess. Also, that any Article will be exchanged, should a fair objcctiou arise i thus securing the Public from Risk. A Corn mill to be Let. o be act, AND ENTERED tipon IMMEDIATELY, ACORN MILL, situated in the Village of ABERDARE. aod in a vejsv flourishing Neighbour- hood, with a nweliu "Stabling, a Corn Kiln, aud every convenience a^ached to it. Apply (if by Letter, post paid) to Mr John Richards, Crown Inn, Merthyr. Lead Mines in Cardiganshire. o be It I- t, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, rpHl<: Valuable and Inexhaustible MINES of I LEAD ORE, within tbe Lordship of Llandewi- brefi. Mr Rodrick Evans, of the Voelallt Aims, Llandewi- breti, will show the Property —For further particulars, and to treat, apply (if bv Letter, post paid) to MrSayce, Enid Aellt. Caoeldevvi, CMluarthcl1. February, 1S36. o be iLtt, AND ENTEUED UPON THE 21sT OF MARCH NEXT. rj>\VO convenient DWELLING HOUSES, situate t jn ANGEL STREET, (near tile Church) in the Town of Merth i r Tydfil. The above Premises arc in ood lepair, anrl suitable for Business or private Families. Apply, if by Letter, Post-paid, to Mr JOSEPH OoFFIN, Tanner, Merthyr. GLAMORGANSHIRE. tTo br oliJ bJZ Huctton, By Mr W. MORRIS, At N\NTP,R\NE, the Dutfryn Demesne Farm, in the arish of ST. NICHOLAS, on THURSDAY, the 10th onTAIW: I, IB30, I^HE under-mentioned LIVE STOCK, the Pro- j perty of the Honorable W. 15 GREY, viz. Ten Fat OXEN, Four of which are of the best selected Ayrshire Breed, and Six of a cross, between the Hereford and Radnor i One Two-Year Old HEIFER, in Calf, of the Ayrshire and Glamorgan, and One Yearling Ayrshire HEIFER; also Nine prime South Down Fat SH F EP. The Sale will coimnencc precisely at Twelve o'Clock, and the hole will be sold without rrservp. UNION HOUSE, Immediately adjoining the FLOATING DOCK, Jv'E 1V POR T, MONMO UTHSHJRE. Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE, Respectfully announces that lie is instructed to offer gar alr b fltabU'c uctiont At. the KING'S HEAD INN, NEWPORT, on SATUR- DAY, the 12ih day of MARCH, 1S36, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, in One or more Lots, as may then be A;te•mined on by the Vendor, and subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced (unless disposed of, in the meantime, by PRIVATE CONTKACT), 4 LL THAT NEWLY-ERECTED and WELL- t\ BUILT INN, called the UN'ION HOUSE, with Stable?, Brew-house, and Garden adjoining, eligibly situ- ated between the Floating Dock and Dry Dock, now in the occupation of the Proprietor, iNIr Francis Bowen Vigors, who intends declining the Public Business. Also, all that substantial and well-built DWELLING- HOUSE, adjoining the before-iiixijrd Inn, with every I convenience for the Residence of a Small Family, and well situated for a Shop. The Inn has good Cellarii. and on the Ground Floor, Two Parlours, Tap spacious B ir. Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Malt and Mill RoomS, with Six couunoiiioui I Hed Roams over. The above Premises are held under a Lease, 65 years of which are unexpired, at a Ground IJcnt of £ 4 18s. 9d- per Annum, and aye in excellent repair, no expense having been spared by the Proprietor in the fitting up. The new Stre, t leading: from the Parrot, will pass direc:ly in front of iht. Premises, the situation of which being so closely adJCning the Floating and Dry Docks, together with the prgsi nt improving state of the Port, renders it a. most (ic&irat)le investment, particularly to any person wishing to embark in the Public Business. For ftiltlier particulars, or to treat by Private Contract, apply (Ii by Lellr.r, post paid) to the Proprietor, on the Premises or to tire Auctioneer, Commercial Street, Newport. Modern & Elegant Furniture, In the Highest State of Preservation. be Sbolfr Auction, By Mr PHILLIP-, On the Premises, in CROSS STREET, in the Town of ABERGAVENNY, Oil WEDNESDAY, the 2d, and following Days. of MARCH, JS3G. 4 LL Tilt HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Glass, r\ China, J'lated (.uidh'Sticks, French Musical 'Time Piece. Hall Bracket Clock, and other eliects, late the Property of THOMAS HERBERT JONES, Esq. Deceased. Tne DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE comprises Twelve Highly Finished and Beautifully Painted Chairs, with Cushions Covered with lllne Damask; Two Couches and Ottomans en-uite, handsome Rose-Wood Loo and Card Tables, Two Sets of rich blue Dainask Window Curtains, Silk Fringe and (?Vmp Pair of handsome Silk Bell Pulis and Handles, EWgant Brussels Carper, 24 feet by 16, Fig'01' 'Ugget to cover the same; Imperial Hearth Rug. Handsome Steel Kinder, and Highly Polished Fire Irons, Capital CUimuey Glass, Fine Plate in SpleiKlid Gilt t nunc, Two China Vases, and four other China Ornaments, Pair of Glass Lustres, Fancy Ut-Uows, Telescope Brn-h. The DINING ROOM contains an Elegant Mahogany Pedestal Sideboard with Carvfcti Back, Sofa in Mahogany Frame, Hnir Seating Squabs, and Bolstors. Eight and Two Flbow Mahogany Chairs with Loose Horse Hair Seats, Neat Set of Mahogany Dining'Tables on Pillars and Claws. Fembroke Card and Writing Ditto, Scarlet Moreen Window Curtains, Brass Pole, 4e. handsome Brussels Carpet, twenty-four feet by fourteen. Drugget to cover the same; Hearth Hug. French Musical Time Piece in Glass Case, on Gilt Bracket; Bronzed Fender, Pol shed Steel Fire Irons, Pair of Bell Pulls and Handles, Engraving in Gilt Frame Portraits of the Kemble Family, Glass Lustre, Mahogany Tea Caddy, Ink Stand, Japanned Plate Warmer. BACK PARLOUR, Eight and Two Elbow Rose- Wood C.iairs, with Cushions anil Couch to match, Maho- gany Pembroke Table, Carpet and Hearth Rug, Fcru'er and Fire Irons, Backgammon B >ard. Window Curtains and Pole, Bell Pull, iu. Half Marble Slab, Five Superior Mahogany Chairs, Umbrella and Hat Stand, Od Land- scape Painting, Brass Fender, Fire Irons and Brush, Two Porters, and Floor Cloth. The BED It (QMS include handsome Carved and Fluted Mahogany Four Post and lent Bedsteads, with Chintz and Dimity Furniture, One trench Bedstead in Dimity, capital Down and Goose Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Mattresses. Ten pair "f Blankets, Mahogany aud Painted Chests and Drawers, Painted Wing and other Wardrobes, Painted Dressing and IVilsli-tian(i Tables, with Suites of Ware. Superior Dressing Glasses in Mahogany Frames and French Polish, i a logany Night Table, and Bidet, Bed Room Chairs, Easy Ditto, Wiie Fenders with Brass Mountings, Fire Iroiii and Brasses, Kidderminster Carpets, Brussels Bed-round Ditto, Hearth Rugs, Mahogany and other Chamber Hordes, Servants Beds and Bedsteads. On the STAIR CASE, Bracket Clock, Brussels Stair Carpeting and Brass Rods. The BUTLER'S and CHINA PANTRIES contain Richly Cut Wine Decanters, Water Carofts, Wine Coolers, Finger Glasses, Goblets, Tumblers Ale, Win?. Custard. Jelly. and Celery Glasses Butter Tubs, lull Dinner Ser- vice of Abbey Pattern Ware, handsome Dessert Seti vice, Two ElcgaiJt Sets of Breakfast and Tea Caiua. Ivory Handled Balanced Knives and Forks, Tea Urn, Butler s and S lppcrTrays and Stands, handsome sets of Papier and Japanned Tra\ s aod Waiters, Plated Candlesticks, with Branches, ditto Lobster and Nut Crackers, Pickling and Preserving Jars, &c. Also, a few useful Kitchen Requisites, prime Brewing Utensils. Iron Boiler, &c. &c. Sale to commence each Morning at Eleven o'clock, and TO CLOSE AT DUSK, NO SALE BY CANDLE 1.10111' being allowed on the Premises. Time of View- ing, Monday and Tuesday, previous to the Sale. The Auctioneer respectfully begs leave to ill-orm the Public, that the whole of the above Furniture is nearly new, that in the Drawing Room and Best Bed Room having never been used, and that the Selection was made without repaid to Expense. LAW. WANTED, in a Country Office, a STEADY WRITER, used to the Routine of Business.— None need apply' whose character will not bear the gtrictest enquiry as to honesty and steadiness. A married man will"be prefeoted, Applv (if by Letter, post paid) to Messrs Gabell and Son, Solicitors, Crickhowell. TO mA^IULi]E«MB§ In the Beer and Porter Line. tANTED, at the SHIP BREWERY, in > MERTHYR T1DFIL, a Person of good address and ability in the above capacitv. Competent Persons only (with respectable references) need apply. Personal applications to be made at the Brewery; Written ones to be addressed to Mr Morgan, George Street, Merthyr (postage paid). TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS, WANTED, a RESPECTABLE YOUTH as an APPRENTICE to a CHEMIST and DRUG- it GIST. Premium moderate. For particulars apply (if by Letter, post paid) to I. D- Slade, Druggist, Bristol. 2nd Month 20th, 1836. NEW WORKS, Just published By LONGMAN, REES, ORME, and Co. London. 1. MEMOIRS OF SIR WILLIAM TEMPLE. By the Right Hon. THOMAS PKREGKINE CoU RTliN A Y. 2 Vols. Svo. with Portrait, 2Ss. 2. NEW DRAMAS, by JOANNA Baili.ie. 3 Vols. 8vo. 36s. 3. MEMOIRS of SIR HUMPHRY DAVY. By his Brother, JolIN DAVY, M. D. P.R. S. 2 Vols. bvo. with Portrait, 2Ss. 4. WNUAL BIOGRAPHY and OBITUARY, Vol. XX. for 1835-6. Containing Memoirs of Charles Lamb, James Hogg, Charles Matthews, &c. 8vo. 15s. 5. NATURAL EVIDENCE of a FCTUHE LIFE. By F. C. 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(pp. 1,567). £ 3 half-bound vellum. THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, In 1 large Vol. Svo with aLSu|'plC^"t;'h\J'1 containing nearly 1,300 Jsngrmngs ou Wood, pnce £ 2. 10s in bd?. of an ,^NC YCLOP/E DI A of AGRICULTURE ili comprising tbe Theory and Practice of the Valu- ation, Transfer,' Laying a»d Ma- nagement of Landed Property; « Cultivation and Economy of the Animal a"d .V,e^1 a^ 1C11 °"s of 4 i the latest improvements a Agriculture, including: inc ,1 fl » d General History of Agriculture in nil Countries and a Statistical Vlew of its Present State with Suggestions for its Future Progress in the B»tis s P,y J. C. LC)UDON, F.L.H.G.Z.S. &C. The SUPPLEMENT separately, price 5. sewed. London: LONGMAN, 13KOWN' GREEN, ami LONGMAN. Of whom may be had, AN ENCYCLOPEDIA of GARDENING. New Eclition. 8vo. 12. 10s. rvnvn Or.EDIA of PLANTS. ,i™VoL8». £ 14.. Sd bo, "IIOHTCS BRITANNICLS: A C AT \LOGU E OF ALL THE PLANTS INDIGENOUS TO, CULTIVATED IN, OK INTRODUCED INTO BRITAIN. In Svo. with Supplement, 2os. bd. in cloth. JFST PUBLISHED, In fcp. Svo. 2<. 6d. gilt edges, HINTS on ETIQUETTE; aud the USAGES of SOCIETY, &c. I By Ayuyog. Also, fcp. 8vo. 3s. eilt edges, SHOUT Win ST. By Major A London Longman, Rees, Orme. and Co. TO SPORTSMEN, TRAVELLERS, MERCHANTS, and CAPTAINS of SHIPS. "["HORN'S POTTED YARMOUTH BLOATERS, I 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 oilered to the public, for bandwichcs Toast, Biscuits, &c., and as an excellent rehsh lor Wine. Iu Pots, J-. 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 Lie hsh arc concentrated in a substance about the consis- tency of butter, aud which may be used in the same way and, beiug put up in neat and portable pots, a treat may he enjoyed at any time, without the unpleasant smell and other inconveniences which attenti the dressing and par- taking of herrings in the ordinary way — Watchman. THORN'S TALLY-HO SAUCE, for Fish, Game, Steaks, Chops, Cutlets, Made Dishes, and all general purposes, is the richest and most econo- micahsaucc now in use. iiiipariillg a- zet, 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. W e know nothing of the ingrcdients j that we leave to such as are mure curious in fish sauce' lban we are but we can speak of che richness of its flavour, which, to our thinking, would eate an appetite under the ribs of death. Satirist. Wholesale at the Warehouse, 223, High Ilulboril of all Wnolesale Oilmen and Druggists in London and Retail by all respectable Oilnicn, Gioccrs, aud 1Msh mongers in theUnit.ed Kingdom. CAUTION—The Proprietor, being aware of several spurious compositions that are daily ottered to the public, under the name of Potted Bioaters. begs them to observe his signature, ALEX. THORN, on the side of the pot, without which it cannot be genuine. AGENT F.IR MERTHYR TYDVIL, Mr DAVID MORGAN. Chemist and Druggist. Thorn's Potted Bloaters, in pots, Is. and 2s. each Thorn's Tally-ho Sauce, in bottles, 2s. and 4s. each. COURT OF SEWERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a GENERAL 1^1 COURT and SESSION OF SEWERS for the Levels of the Hupdtpdg of CALDICOT and WENT- LOOGE, in the tounty of Monmouth, will be held at the HEATH-COCK INN, in the Town of NEWPORT, in the said County, on THURSDAY, the Tenth day of MARCH next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon, when and where all Jurors. Surveyor., and other Officers of the Court, as well as all Persons who may have busi- ness thereat, are required TO ATTEND EARLY, that the time of the Court may not be unnecessarily delayed. ALEXANDER JONES, Usk, 24ih February, 1836. Clerk. asrcconsiurr JTurnptftc ujst NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the Trus toes will be held at the SHIRE HALL,in BRECKNOCK on WEDNESDAY, the 9ih day of MARCH, 1836, at Twelve at Noon, for Auditing the Accounts of the said Trustees for the YearlS35, and receiving a Report of the state of the Roads under their care and superintendance, pursuant to the Acts of Parliament in that case made. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN, that at the said next Meeting, the following Gentlemen will be proposed as TRUSTEES, in the room of the under- named deceased Trustees: — Mr John Evans, Brecon, in ttit- rooiii ot the late Jonn ueorge unities Williams, Es- quire, deceased-Mr John Bevan, of Aberannell, in the room of the late David Price, Esquire, deceased—and Mr James Price, of Glynllech, in the room of John Wil- kins, Esquire, deceased. And that the said Trustees will then proceed to the ELECTION of the said proposed Gentlemen, and of other new Trustees, in the room of such other Trustees as are deceased. WAL. CKURCHEY, Clerk to the said 7rustees Brecon, 10th of February, 1836. 1836. rpo COVER THIS SEASON, by subscription, | FIFTY MARES, at LLANVAES, in the Town of BRECON, at Ten Sovereigns each Mare, and 10s. the Grooin Half-bred Mares at Three Guineas each, and 5s. the Groom; POLLIO. He was bred by General Grosvenor, and got by Orville, a Winner of the Great Sr. Leaer, out of Blue Stockings (the Winner of Uiddlesworth ( £ G,600),at sewixiarket, in 1819), by Popinjay. Son of Buzzard, the Sire of those celebrated Stallions, Rubens, Selim, and Castrel-her dam Briseis (Winner of the Oaks), the dam of Abjer, Mar- ctllus, the Student, and Corinne (a Winner of the Oaks). Very few of Pollio's Stock have as yet started but, as will appear from the Racing Calendars for the last Three Years, his rank as a Stallion stand sextremely high, since at Newmarket Epsom, Ascot, Egham, Wolverhampton, Shiflnal. &c. his Stock have been beating some of the best Horses of the present day. Pollio is the Sire of Mr Cosby's Pussy, the Winner of the Oaks in 1S34, of Fifty Sovereigns each, 95 Subscribers, beating illr Walker's Cotillon, Mr Richardson's Lady-de. gros. Lord Jersey's Nell Gwynne (by Sultan), and eleven others. The same year, being the only other time she started, Pussy won the Ascot Derby Stakes of Fifty Sovereigns each, carrying 61bs.vcxtra, beating Mr Forth's Louisa, Lord Exeter's Lumber, and Mr Payne's Ganges. In 1835, Pussy won four times, beating Rioter. Shillelah, Lucifer, Baleine, Pincher, Sec. 8tc. &c. Pollio is also the Sire of Lord Chesferfield's Griselda, Winner of the two year old Stakes, at Egham, in 1834, in in the year 1835, winning the Derby Stake at Ascot, and the Wortesley Stake at Wolverhampton. Pollio is sixteen hands high, with immense bone and power, several of his get (three year old; are upwards of sixteen hands. Pollio and Emilias are the only Sons of Orville now Covering. Emilias is Covet-in6, at Fifty Sovereigns each Mure, and is the Sire of Priam, Plenipotentiary, Pre- serve, &c. Good Accommodation for Mares, at the usual Prices. Apply to Mr Roger Powell, Maltster, Brecou.
SHIP NEWS. CARDIFF. FOREIGN ENTERED OUTWARDS.—The Eliza Jane, Bowen, for Oporto; the Emma and Mathilda, Jansen, for Hamburg; the Anna, Pitcairn, for Alexandria; and the Weelvart, Fenninga, for Am- sterdam. FOREIGN CLEARED OUTWARDS—The Anna, Pitcairn, for Alexandria, with iron. COASTERS INWARDS,—The Hippocampi,Vanghan, and the Sir John Newport, Nichols, from Water- ford, with flour; the William, Thomas, from Newport, with iron; the Henry, Mills, from Bristol, the Julia, Stuckie, from Chepstow, the Wakefield, Wilson, the Aunt, Evans, the Good Hope, Symons, from Whitehaven, and the Tredegar, Lucas, from Minehead, all with iron ore; the Mary, Cadwallader, and the Industry, Thorns s, from Carmarthen, the Robert, Clampitt, from Newport, the Emma and Mathilda, Jansen,from Swansea, the Venus, Gulliford, and the Friends, Sully, from Bridgewater, the Merthyr Packet, Vaughan, the Friends, Davies, the Nautilus (steamer), Allen, and the Lady Charlotte (steamer), Parfitt, from Bristol, and the Maria Eliza, Evans, from Cork, all with sundries; the Betsy, Evans, from St. Clares, with oats; the Three Brothers, Arnold, and the Lark, Dowdsweel, from Gloucester, with fruit the Mary, Lewis, from Bristol, with deals; the Kitty, Dyer, from Bridgewater, and the." llham and Ann, Glasson, from Penzance, with bricks; and 33 vpssels in ballast. COASTERS OUTWARDS.-The Gomer, Davies, for Liverpool, the Amity, Rogers, and the Henry, Mills, for Bristol, the Glamorgan, Williams, for London, and the Robert, Clampit, for New- port, all with sundries; the Aeron, Pugh, for Waierford, the Ravenswood, Robertson, for Aber- deen, the Britannia, Richards, for Truro, the Mary, Hooper, for Bristol, the Lark, Evans, for Dundalk, the Providential, Fox, for Dundee, the Industrious, Davies, the Liffey, Corlitt, aud the Diligence, Williams, for Liverpool, the Brompton, Willinger, for Newcastle, all with iron; the Nelly, Llewellin, for Belfast, the AnnaLetilia, Davies, for Limerick, and the Britannia, Triplett, for Plymouth, with iron and coal; and 34 vessels in ballast. NEWPORT. ISWARDS.-The Leocadie, Lancelot, the Jean Baptiste, Bagin, and the Deux Zephir, Chauvelton, from Brest, in ballast; the Tuscany, Prince, from Havre de Grace, the Watchet Trader, Slocombe, the Merchant, Press, and the Ann and Sarah, Arr, with wheat, flour, and barley the William, Pearce, with slates; the George, Davies, with pigs; the Bob Logic, with hides; the Coronation, Barrow, the Providence, Simonds, with salt; the Eliza, Richards, with iron; the Caroline, Stone, with deals; the Jane, Quick, the John and Robert, Michael, the Tredegar, Harwood, the Carleon, Harwood, jun. the Moderator. Johns, the George, Johns, the Bristol Packet, Scott, the Mary, Tiver, and the Swift, Parker, all with sundries. OUTWARDS.—The Amity, Shaxon, for Boston, the Lowndes, Batten, for Messena, the Westmoreland, Bennet, for Philadelphia, L'Adeline Felix, Barban, for Rouen, the Hope, Diamond, for Orau, the Leoca- die, Lancelot, for Rouen, all with iron the Hope, Tasker, the Thomas and Sarah, Hiscox, the Rose, Dirgan, the William, Thomas, th Robert, Ciampitt, the Fox, Murray, the Ceres, Kiely, the Primrose, Percy, the Friends, Meyrick, the Ageuoria, Pen- geily, the Swift, Aitkin, the Ebenezer, Holman, the Success, Todd, the Shannon, Jones, the Elizabeth, Yeoman, the Lord Palmerston, Evans, the Victoria, Bartlett, the Lark, Stephens, the Bodvil Parry the Charles, Jeffery, the Thomas, Allpass, 'the Severn Norimaii, the Yeoman's Glory, Salt, the Elizabeth' Lovecraft, the the Brilliant, Murphy, the Criterion' Bellamy, the William &Mary, Morris, theWilliam &. Ann, Moiiis, tbe Ardent, Doddiug, the Adventure, Runcorn, all with iron and tin plates; the Tredegar' Harwood, the Carleon, Harwood, jun. the Moderator' Johns, the George, Johns, the Bristol Packet, Scott| the Mary, Tiver, aud the Swift, Parker, all with sundries 120 vessels with coals. NEATH, CLEARED OUT.—The Princess Charlotte, Carlile the Norval, Berry, and the County of Cork', Lewis' for Cork the Rose, Wakeham, for Salcombe the Neath Trader, Long, for Bristol the Sophia Andrews, for Truro tVe Fame, Jones, and the New Felicity, Stevens, for Gloucester the Perseverance Read, and the Gleaner, Hicks, for Bidcford; the Flora, Luly, for Greenock, the Susan, Williams for St. Ives; the Fanny, Jenkins, for Cardigan; the Swan, Jones, for Aberayron the Charlotte and Hannah, Smith, for Fowey the Two Brothers, Paine, for Exeter; the Mary, Jenkins, for Liverpool; the Emerald, Giflord, for Youghall and the Two Brothers, Smart, for Dartmouth. LLANELLY. ARRIVALS.—The Ann, Samuel, the Mary, Williams, the Agenoria, Samuel, the Merton, Hoskins, and the Edward, Downing, from Truro, the Susanna, Harry, the Friends Goop will, Carter, the Amelia, Williams, and the John and Mary, Shambrook, from St. Ives, the Navarino, Paynter, and the Ocean, Johns, from Penzance, the Johu Carnall, Rowet, from Fowey, the Emily, Ball, from Liverpool, and the Ann and Mary, Williams, from Swansea, all with copper ore the Charles, Roberts, from Bristol, with sundries the Peter and Sarah, \Vills, the Mary, Harvey, and the Providence, Hooper, from Bideford, the Thomas and Mary, Heden, and the Ann, Bently^ from Barnstaple, the Integrity> Lamb, from Liver- pool, and the William Wise, Hearst, from London, all iu ballast. 1\11 LFORD. ARRIVED.-The Cygnct, Lodwick, from Newport for Greenock the Diligence, Rees, the Margaret, Newman, the Ceres, Griffiths, from Newport, the Nancy, Blithe, from Malta, the Alert, Beynon, from Yaughall, the Collinague, Bradley, from Chepstow, the Alexander, Pigdan, from Constantinople, all for Liverpool; the Emerald, M'Carty, from Newport for Cork the Mercury, Devcreux, from Newport for Wexford the Northash, Ornebrook, from Ply- mouth, the Diana, Wickham, from Bristol for Glasgow; the Mars, Murphy, the Anne and Mary. Bollard, the Charles, Jeffrey, f'om Newport, the Dadden, Barleg, from Swansea, all fur Wateiford; the Fame, Thoich, from Newport for Youghall tho Morning Star, Thomas, from Newport for Runcorn the John and Mary, Evans, trom Newport for Carlisle; the Susan, Lodwick, from Newport for Glasin Dock; the Velox, Jones, from Cardiff for Galloway the Elizabeth and Maria, Rees, from Newport for Newry the Queen Adelaide, Evans, from Cardiff for Londonderry the Thomas, Griffiths, from Pembrey for Carnarvon the Catherine, Perry, from Bangor for Bristol; the Gleaner, Roberts, from Carnarvon for London; the Phoenix, Thomas, from Cardiff for St. Ives. SAILED.—The Mary and Sally, Newman, from Liverpool for Constantinople.
We regret to learn that upwards of fortv vessel* (according to Lloyd's books) have been driven on shore or totally lost, principally on the east coast, during* the gales which have prevailed for the last three or four days. One richly-laden vessel, called the Roscoa Castle, from London to Constan- tinople, was on shore on Friday near Dover. On Thursday se unight a breach took place in the eastern banks of the great river Ouze, at Magdalen, near Lynn, Norfolk, which conveys the high-land waters ot Huntingdon, Cambridge, Bedford, and Bucking- hamshlres, as well as the waters of the Bedford Level, to the sea. The catastrophe was caused by the swell of the waters, the result of the continued gales. A great number of acres of land have been laid under water by the accident, which has caused I great consternation in the vicinity. Great devasta- tion has been occasioned on the Yarmouth coast. Many houses have been thrown down, and furniture is seen floating about iu all dii-ectious,