Orders and Advertisements will receii-ed by the following Country Agents. CARDIFF: Mr. WM. BIRD, Bookseller. MONMOUTH Mr. C. HOUGH, Bookseller. &c. JIRICCON: Mr. WM. EVANS, Ship Street. NEWPORT.- Mcs-rs. WEIMJKR AND SON, Booksellers 8RIDGEND Mr. J. BIltD. NEATH: Mr. WHITTI NSTON, Auctioneer. I IIWANSEA Mr. DAY, Law Stationer, Mount street I COWBRJDGB Post Office. "(EWBRIDGE-Itr JOHN JENKINS. CRICKHOWEL: Mr. T. WILLIAMS. A RF, RGA YENgy Messrs. WATKIKS & SOTF, P.O. TTSK MR. WillIAM DAVIS, Land Agent & Surveyor I CHEPSTOW Mr.B. BR ADFORD, Chemist & Druggist J LANDOVERY: WILLIAM REF-S, Pelt Office. BUILTH: Mr THOMAS GWILLIM, Lion Hotel. TREDEGAR: Mr. JOII S DAVIS C Brychan), Bookseller AND At the GAZETTE and GUARDIAN Office, High Street Merthyr Tydvil, where all Communication* arc requested to be addressed.
I AGENTS FOR BRISTOL AND HEREFORD. P,RISTOI,: Yr. JOliN RLI.S, 31, Coll eg c (J ret n. HEREFORD: Mr. W.H. VALK, Bookseller, High ST. LONDON AGENTS. Messrs N LWION and Co., Warwick Square. Mr. R. BA RKER, 33, Fleet Street. Mr. S, DEACu\ Ooionial Coffee House, W aibrook. Mr.G. RLYNELL, 42, Chancery Lane, Fleet Stud, Messrs M. aud W.E. HAMMOND, FC7, Lombard street, Messrs. CLARKE and LEWIS, i, Crown Court,Thread- needle Street. NTR JOSEPH I'HOMAS, 1. Finch Lane, >iessrs. JuDG'i and Co., Palace New Road, Westminster Ir J. JENKISS 1", Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. AND Toall Postmasters and Clerks of the Roads. I This Paper is rgularly filed at Peel's Coffee House. Fleet Street. fbeC bapter Coffee House, St. Paul' I And at the Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook, London.
BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, GGL-J WILL SAIL WjJNK During the NEXT WEEK,JWW«v AS FOLLOWS AS FOLLOWS FROM, BRISTOL, MAY 8, MONDAY 8 morn.. morn 9, TUESDAY b morn 12 noon 10. WEDNF.SDAY.. 8 morn J2& after 11, THURSDAY. 9 morn.. I after 12, FRIDAY 91 Tnorn not sail 13, SATURDAY 10.1 morti not sail FROM NEWPORT. MAY 8, MONDAY 6 morn 5.} after 9, TUESDAY 6i morn 12J after 10, WEDNESDAY.. 7 morn I after 11, THURSDAY. 74 rafter 12, FRIDAY Si morn.. not sail 13, SATURDAY. 91 inorn not sail PARES:—After Cabin, 4s.-Fore-Cabin, 2s.-Chil- QreQ under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is each. Four-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s.; orseseach, 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one ASSENGER, 15».; Horse and Rider, After-Cabin,7s ditto re-Cabin, 6s. To and Fro same day, (provided a To and Fro Ticket IS taken). After Cabin, 6s., Fore Cabin, 3s. CIV^ PROPR'E,OR8 °F the above Steam Packets P'VENOTICE that they will not be accountable for any ASSENJER'S Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any oods, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) tialess ooked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; aQd if above the value of 40s. to be entered at its value, Rlkd Carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time tf Hooking. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- PANY'S Office, 1, Quay, Bristol; or at tha Packet-Offices, "°WNH*M-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, New- port. JOHN JONES, Agent. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercam, New- ''dge, Bedwelty, and a branch from Newbridge to JJFCNTYGLO.—A Coach Daily between these places and ~*WPORT; arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- lng, and starting at I o'clock afternoon. The CAM BRIA, Steam Packet, leaves Cumberland Basin, Hotwells, every Morning, for PORTSIIEAD, and returns in the Evening. For times of sailing. &c., see baud bills. May 1, 1887. CARDIFF and BRISTOL. The New and Swift Going Steam UAllUlV Packet, NAUTILUS, 60 Horse Power, JOHN ALLEN, Commander, It intended to ply during the NEXT WEEK, with Passengers and Goods, as follows FROM CARDIFF, y Coach from Coach from Merthyr. Bridgeitd. 8.. Monday 6; morn. 2; morn. 3& morn JO..Weduesday 8 morn. 4 morn. 5 morn LA.FRIDAY 9 morn. 51 morn. 6b morn FROM BRISTOL. Coachet to Merthyr and fjr Bridgend. MAY 9..Tuesday 6 morning 10 morning II..Thursday.. 7 morning I I morning 13..Saturday 9 jxiorniiig 1 afternoon T C W«AU at Cardiff leading to the Steam Packcts has crgone a thorough repair, and may be traversed with Carraagesand other vehicles with the greatest safety and ease. FARES After Cabin, 5%Fore Cabin. 3s. Children under Twelve Years of Age, Half-price. Dogs, Is. each. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin. Pour-wheel Carriage, 215.; Ditto, drawn by one horse, 15s.. Two-wheel Carriage, IDs. 6d; Horses, 6s. each; Rorse and ltider, After Cabin, 93. Fore Cabin, 7s. 6D Arrangements are now made for the conveyance of Manchester Goods, via Liverpool, per Mountaineer, in conjunction with the Swansea and Cardiff Packets, at a very Cheap and Expeditious Rate. N.B. Goods intended to be shipped per this Packet. ^NST be sent to the Packet Office, No. 12, Quay Street, here they will be hauled to the Packet, at the Com, pauy'g expense; or they will be taken in at the Cum- berland Basin Locks, by ROBEltT CHAPLIN. 0,7* Goodeforwarded to all"Parts of the Kingdom without delay. €F LOACHES, to and from Merthyr and Bridgend, meet the Nautilus" ON Arrival and Departure. Coach from Cowbridge, daily, and also Spring Waggons to each of the above places. Ij^eu'bridge, Aberdare, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, •ATFRIISENF, and Caerphilly.—Goods, forwarded to these P "ces in Lock up Canal Boats and Waggons immediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance. Freight to be paid on delivery. ».-J^1|'THER information may beobtainedof Mr RICHARD rODD, Agent, St.Mary Street, and at the Packet JOVR°N TL,E WHARF' Cardiff; Mr JOHN GRIFFITH », AGENT, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol and of R W.J. DE BUCK, No. 8, Fenchurch Street, London NOTICt.-The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet p E NOTICE, that they will not be accountable for any an ^"KGAOC» NOR W'" they be answerable for U | "oods. Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) Q .E>S Booked at either of their Offices in Cardiff or VA|S AN(^ above the value of 40s., entered at its il> J'ANC^ Carriage in proportion paid for the same, at J^ME OF Booking. CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. OTi The New and beautiful Fast Going Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, Two Enginei 30 Horse Power Each, H. T. PARFITT, Commands. Will PLY-during the ensuing week. with Passengers and Goods, as follows:- FROM CARDIFF. *» Coach from Coach from q ,r Bridgend. Merthyr. 11 0ESD A > 7J morn 4.J morn 3.J morn L«" *i rSDA Y 8} morn.. 5 J morn 4} morn • •SATURDAY ..10J morn 7J morn 6^ morn FROM BRISTOL. Coaches to Bridgend Miv c aud Merthyr at IN" morning 10 morning 10..WEDNESDAY 6^ morning 11 morning 12..FRIDAY 8 morning 12 noon FARE'- :-After Cabin,5s.—Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.-Dogs, Is. each. A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin.-Re. Iresbments may be had on Board on moderate Terms. Carriage, Sis.; Ditto drawn by One Horse, 5s.; Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d.; Cattle; sheep. These Fares include every expense. freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for HE LADY CHARLOTTE to be sent to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Bristol, Merthyr, Bridgend and Cowbridge.—Fast Light Post Coaches to and from the Lady Charlotte. Newbridge, Aberdare, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, Llantrissent, and Caerphilly.-Goods forwarded to these laces in Spring Waggons aud Lock up Canal Boats im- mediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the team Packet Warehouse till called tor.—Freight to be Paid on delivery. Goods, Packages, Parcels, &e. &c. forwarded to all parts of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of their j Steam Packet Offiees in Cardiff or Bristol. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet 8've notice, that they will not be accountable for any assenger'S Luggage nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels, (if lost or damaged) un- Jess booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, it above the value of £ 2, unless entered at its value, and in proportion paid for the same, at the time of Any further information as to Freight, &c. will be readily obtained by applying to the Agents, Mr Donovaii at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to J'X W. B. OWEN, 15, Avon Crescent, Hotwells, Bristol. TO TOMBER (gIrq BUILDERS & OTHERS. Prime American Timber and Staves. Mr JOHN WILLIAMS, Has the honour to announce to his Friends and the Public, that he is instructed to tll b-0 Auction, At the BRISTOL PACKET COMPANY'S WHAIlF, in NEWPORT, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of MAY next, in suitable Lots, A CARGO of very capital RED and YELLOW PINE TIMBER, now lying on that Wharf, to- gether with about Five Thousand BARKEL, HOGS- HEAD, and PIPE STAVES. The Sale will commence precisely at Ten o'clock in the morning—an early attendance is therefore particularly requested. Dated Newport, 27th April, 1887. TO MERCHANTS AND SHIP-OWNERS. otb b public Auction, By Mr JOHN WILLIAMS, At the WESTGATE INN, NEWPORT, on WEDNES- DAY, the 10th day of MAY, 1837 at Six o'clock in in the Evening,— That fine, fast sailing BRIG, Is GUI,NiARF, witil all her Stores, Sails, Rigging, Furniture, &c., now lying in the Port of Newport. The GHLNARE is a fine built Ship, stands A 1, at Lloyd's, registers (old measurement) 197 Tons, and bur- dens well. For inventory, and for further particulars, apply to Messrs. John Corner and Co., Ship Brokers and General Agents, Newport.—Dated 27th April, 1S37. (ONE CONCERN.) GLAMORGANSHIRE. THE HIGHLY IMPORTANT LORDSHIPS, MANORS, AND FREEHOLD ESTATE, OF sww<awiii ¿JmtZJ&'[2' FOR SALE. l- MR ADAM MURRAY Has the honour of announcing to the Public, that be is instructed to Sell fog inttction, At GARRAWAY'S COFFEE HOPSE, CHANGE ALLEY, CORNHILL, LONDON, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th day of JUNE NEXT, (unless all acccptable offer is made for the same by private contract.) 'T>HIS highly IMPROVABLE ESTATE, (exone. JL rated from Tithe, within the.precincts of the Abbey, and Rate* and Taitos very low,) containing 5,596 ACHES of good ARABLE, MEADOW. P ASTURE, and WOOD- LAND; together with HOUSES and PREMISES, in the Villages of Neath Abbev and Cadoxtan, EXTENSIVE COPPER WORKS, IRON and BLAST FURNACES; Manufactory for Steam and other Engines, Forges, Rail- roads, Canal Shipping Wharfs, on the Neath and Swansea Rivers, LARGE and EXTENSIVE VEINS of the best BITUMINOUS COAL, IRON STONE, and FIRE-CLAY, of the best quality, and EXTENSIVE WOODS of FINE OAK TIMBER for Naval purposes, situate in the Parish of Cadoxton, in a fine healthy undulating Country, surrounded with excellent Roads, and good Market Towns, and close to Lime and Coal, with every capability at hand for the better improvement of the Property. There are many tinp situations for building upon. and ABUNDANCE of STONE QUAR- RIES, yielding Materials for that purpose. A better and more improvable Estate in South Wales was never before offered for Sale. Particulars of Sale will he ready to deliver on the 25th of March next, on application to J. S. Wiekens, Esq., Montague Street, Russell Square; Thomas Fox, Esq., Beaminster, Dorset; and Mr Adam Murray, 47, Parlia- ment Street, London. Letters to be post paid. NEAR TO ABERGAVENNY. THE MOUNT PLEASANT ESTATE, dfor ilercmptorfi Sale. 165 ACRES of EXCELLENT LAND, CAPABLE of a CONSIDERABLY IMPROVED RENTAL, in the most BEAUTIFUL PARToftltis HIGHLY- FAVOURED COUNTY; with Capital MAR- KETS CLOSE at HAND, and LOTS of AMUSE- MENT to a SPORTING GENTLEMAN. To be AollY bil auction, By Mr GEORGE ROBINS, At the ANGEL INN, ABERGAVENNY, on TUFS- DAY, the 23rd of MAY, at Twelve o'Clock, in Lots, and Peremptory, A VALUABLE and highly improvable FREE- HOLD ES I'ATE, which will offer tempting advanta ges to those who would invest their Capital in perfect security. 11 THE MOUNT PLEASAVT ESTATE." which includes ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE ACRES, is situate within four miles of the far-famed Town of Abergavenny, on the Mail Road to Pontypool and Newport. It is within a ring fence the Lands are judiciously divided into a full proportion of rich Meadow, Pasture, Arable, and Woodland. besides THRIVING FRUIT PLANTATIONS. The woods, as they progress, will form a belt on one side, and it need hardly be added, that it will tend materially to ornament it. The present Residence may, with a little outlay, be conveniently adapted to the occupation of a Gentleman of pretensions; it is placed on a commanding position, by which it partakes, to a very considerable extent, in the almost -endles variety of Hill and Dale which encompasses it indeed, the Scenery, which partakes of a commanding view of the beautiful valley, may be said to claim to be the most favoured of this interesting county. THE SPLENDID VALE OF USK, AND ITS ORNA- MENTAL AND FRUITFUL RIVER, takes its course near this interesting Property. THE FINEST SALMON AND T tOUT THROUGH- OUT ENGLAND are caught within sight of the abode. THE BRECON AND ABERGAVENNY CANAL passes through the demesne, offering a facility that the honest, industrious Yeoman will know how to appreciate. It carries away the produce to more favourable markets, and returns laden with Lime, Manure, and Coals; there is also a very -powerful stream of water meandering through the meadows, with a fall of 50 feet, which may without difficulty be made exceedingly ornamental; and if profit be IN THE 11 AIIND,S EYE" OF A PURCHASER, the report of an eminent engineer has given to the site a character most favourable for the erection of TIN AND WIRE WO'!KS ON A GREAT SCALE; AND GRIST MILLS, REQUIRING the aid of a never failing supply of water. The neighbouring markets are all good it is distant three miles from Blaen Avon and Varteg Iron Works (the latter would alone consume all the produce at high prices); 4 from the flourishing town of Abergavenny, and 6 from Pontypool. The Estate is divided to meet the wishes of every class with the residence is appro- rlated about 134 acres; the remaining seven lots include James s little Farm, and sundry enclosures and cottages, all let, or rather underlet, to tenants at will. The Estate possesses singular advantages to a sporting man-the covers are numerous, and game is in great abundance. Printed Particulars may be had twenty-eight days before the Sale at the principal Inn. Carmarthen Bush, Bristol; the new London Inn, Exeter; the Cheltenham Chronicle Office; the Angel, Abergavenny the Castle, Brecon of Mr Mostyn, Solicitor, Usk, Monmouthshire; And at Mr George Robins's Offices, Covent Garden, BRECONSHIRE. VALUABLE OAK (f) (j) lP [p [t (f) fJ 10 (]) ø l.l) FOR SALE. To be Jboltr by Auction, By THOIAS PARRY, At the BEAR INN, CRICKHOWELL, on SATURDAY, I3th MA Y, II837, between the hours of Four and Six o'clock in the Afturnoon, subject to conditions, in four Lots, on r OT 1.—PART OF MYARTH, coutaining 10 1 a Acres, more or less. LOT 2. 10 Acres ditto ditto. LOT 3.— LO Acres ditto ditto. LOT 4. 14 Acres ditto ditto. For a view of the Wood!, applv to Thomas Williams, 'r> ^'s the Diike of Beaufort, Llan- ga o ar Grickhowell further particulars may be Davies°nF«nP £ at'on (by letter post paid) to Thomas in, <• '*r>' M en,,nyarth. near Crickhowell, or Messrs. Joues, Powell, and Ives, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. J -■ A MOST DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, WITH A VALUABLE SHEEP WALK ATTACHED, FOR SALE. O for Jboltr i)» Huctton, By THOMAS PRICE, At the BEAR INN, in BRECON, on SATURDAY, the -0th Day of MAY, 1S37, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall be then produced, ALL that valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called TYR BLAEN PIDENNON. situate in the Hamlet of MAESCAR, in the Parish of DEVYNNOCK, in tilecotint), of Brecon. Consisting of MEADOW, PASTURE and ARABLE LAND, now in the occupation of Mr John Powell, at the low Rent of Twenty-six Pounds per Annum. The Farm Buildings are convenient, and nearly all of them recently erected. The Sheep Walk attached to this Estate is healthy, extensive, and convenient. Coal and Lime may be purchased moderate at the Castle du Wharf, within two miles of the Homestead. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Prothero and Phillips, Solicitors, Newport, Monmouthshire; or the Auctioneer, Gaer, near Brecon. If by letter, the postage must be paid. M O NMO UTHSHIR E. o be iboltr fog Auction, By Mr MICHAEL DAVIS, At the THREE SALMONS rNN, in the Town of USK., on FRIDAY, the Second day of JUNE, 1837. between the hours of Three and Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, the following Freehold Property, in Lots. OT I.- All ti),kt ESTATE, called PARK BACH, L containing a Small Fariii House, Garden, Barn, and sundry Closes of very fertile Arable and Orchard Land, in a ring fellce. cOlltaining fifteen Acres, (ruore or less,) in the Parish of GOYTREY, in'the occupation of Mr THOMAS JONES, adjoining the Turnpike Road leading from Abergavenny to Newport. LOT 2.—All that ESTATE, called KILN HOUSE FARM.containing a Small Farm House,Barn,Beast House &c., and several Closes of Arable, Meadow,Pasture, and Woodland, in a ring fence, containing Twenty-one Acres. (more or lt,,ss) in the said Parish, of GOYTREY in the occtlpaton of Mr JOHN [EREDlTH. adjoiniug the said Road from Abergavenny to Newport, on the one side, and the Abergavenny Canal on the other. LOT 3. All that CLOSE of LAND, adjoining the Mountain, in GOYT iEY, aforesaid, called BUSH- FIELD, containing Th/ee Hoods, (more or less.) LOT 4.-T«AI1 that COTTAGEand large GARDEN, situate near Alltrabilla Farm; in the Parish of LAN- GEVIEU.now in the occupation of Mr Lots 1 and 2 are truly eligible properties, prcsentine tempting situations for the erection of comfortable Resi- dences; and, from their proximity to water carriage, Building Materials, Coal, and Lime, may be had at a moderate expense. The neighbourhood abounds with game, and the Mail Coach pastes the Premises r.aily. For further Particulars apply to the Auctioneer or to Mr Norton, Solicitor, Monmouth. TO BE SOLD, A LARGE quantity gond^ell harvested HAY* Enquire ot Tiino by Wallingion, Saddler. Aberga- venny. PRESENTATION TO A LIVING. o be orlJ, THE Next Presentation to a Valuable Living A situate within three miles of the Town of Rrecon. The present Incumbent is 9j years of age, and the neighbourhood is in every respect desirable. For further particulars, apply to Samuel Church, Esq., Solicitor, Brecon. fJr..U!.ffJ&P- [j#W 2To be iLct, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, ALL that Desirable SHEEP FARM, called RHOVDDA VECHAN, situated in the Parish of YSTIU DYVODWG. in the County of Glamorgan, con- taining 56 acres, hounded on one side by the River Rhondda Vach. If desired, the Stock may be taken at a valuation. For particulars, apply toT. W. Lawford, Carreg Cenen, near Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. TO OMEiraS* GENTLE MEN'S SERVANTS, &c. 3To be iLrt, AND FNTFRFD upolt IMMEDIATELY, THAT OLD ESTABLISHED INN, [1) W !ltJ SITUATE in the Town of LLANDILO FAWR, S CARM ARTIIENSHl ,E. on the Mail road leading from Milford through Gloucester to London. It is most desiiably situated adjoining the celebrated Park of Dynevor Castle; commanding the most beautiful views of the Vale of Towy; conveniently situated within distance of visiting the numerous picturesque objects of that neighbourhood. A very old Lease having expired, the House has been rebuilt, with particular attention to the accommodation of families and tourists travelling through the country. I Every encouragement will be given to a respectable Tenant, and any quantity of (Jrass Land may be had if required by the Tenant. For further particulars, and view of the premises, apply to T. W. Lawford, Carreg Oencn, Llandilo; all letters must be post paid. 0 be iLd, ftea&g Vttrniolleb, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESS ION, LL^nwoytiH) A COMFORTABLE MANSION, lately occupied by 1 V the LORD BISHOP of LLANDAFF. It is situated about a mile from the well supplied Market Town of Cowbiidge, through which the Mail and other coaches pass daily. Attached to the Castle are Eighteen Acres of rich MEADOW LAND, of which possession will be biven, oil the Second day of August next. For further particulars, apply to Mr C. Redwood, Solicitor, Cowbridge; if by letter the postage to be paid GLAMORGANSHIRE to be 3Ut stnturnighta, BY THE YI-AR, OR IKQR A TERM OF YEARS, CD8œ([) œ(f)fJJ¡;a OLD CASTLE,1 BRIDGEND, And to be entered upon the 1st day of May next. 1",H.E House is in good repair, and contains one 1_ large Diniiig Room arkd Parlotir, four very excel lent Bed Rooms, three Servants' Rooms. The Offices are very convenient, with Coach House, Stabling for six Horses, Barn, Outhouses, Piggery, with an excellent walled Garden, very nearl^anacre, and planted with the choicest trees; together with about six acres of Pasture Land. Any Gentleman, wanting adesireable residence, would fint this most respectable and comfortable. For further Particulars, apply to Mr Jno. G. Bird, Bridgend if by letter postage paid. Bridgend, March 15, 1837. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, A SHOP, with an excellent SITTING ROOM attached and a Bed Room and Kitchen if required. The premises are most eligibly situated in High S!reet, Merthyr, and the rent will be moderate; the respect- ability of the Tenant being the first consideration. The remaining part of the premises are used by the Printer of the Merthyr Guardian Paper, to whon appli- cation is to be made. TO B90IKE8IMPER8, A JOURNEYMAN BOOKBINDER, who under* stands the Business in all its branches, together with Machine Ruling, is in WAIff of a SITUATION. Apply, if by Letter, post paid, to A. t. B., care of the Editor of this Paper. I THE Undersigned, being the duly authorized } Agent of the Right Honorable LORD DYNE- VOR. a Landholder within the Parish of PENTYRCH, in the County of GLAMORGAN, whose interest is not less than One-fourth of the whole alue of the Land; sub- ject to Tithes, in the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in Writing, under my hand, C\LL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Parish, FOR THE PURPOSE OF tyAKING AN AGREEMENT FOR THE GENE- RAL COMMUTATION OF TITHES, within the said Parish, pursuan 'to the Provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th Years of the Reign of his pre sent Majesty, intituled, An Act for the Commuta- tion of Tithes in England and Wales." AND I DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the NATIONAL SCHOOL ROOM, in the said Parish on the Sixteenth day of MAY next, at the hour of Twelve at Noon, precisely.—Given under my hand, this 5th day of April, IS37. THOMAS BOLD. I THE Undersigned, being the duly authorized JIAgent of the Rev. WILLIAM THOMAS, a Tithe Owner, within the Parish of LANGONOYD, in the County of GLAMliffOAN, whose int'erest is not less than Oiie-foiirth part of the whole value of the Tithes of the said Parish. DO, BY THIS NOTICE in writing, under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an Agreement for the General Commutarion of Tithes, within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the Provision of an Act passed in the 6th and 7Lil Years of the Reign of his present Majesty, entitled, An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales." And DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting shall be bed in the VESTRY ROOM, in the Village of LANGONOYD, on t e NINTH Day of MAY next, at the hour of Twelve at noon. Given under my hand this 17th day of April, 1837. THOMAS THOMAS, Solicitor. TO THE MlOiULdTY, CLEROV, AND FREEHOLDERS OF THE County of Glamorgan. LORDS AND GENTLEMEN, MR LEWIS REECE having resigned the office of CORON ER for the Eastern Division of this County, I most respectfully beg leave to solicit the honour of your support to supply the vacancy occasioned by his retirement. It is well known that a very large majority of the cases requiring the attendance of a Coroner, unfortunately occur in Mertbyr-Tydfil and its immediate Vicinity; aud it is therefore evident that the Travelling Expences, which form a'very large item of the Coroner's charges upon the County, would be saved by appointing to the Office a person residing in Merthyr Tydfil. Being an Inhabitant of that Town and a member of the Legal Profession, I trust I may be considered qtiali* fied to fulfil the Office, for which I humbly venture to otter nyst If as a Candidate. I beg to assure you that if I should be honoured, with the appointment, no exertions shall be spared on my part, adequately to perform the duties which will thereby devolve upon me. I have the bonourtobe, with great respect. Your very obedient humble Servant, J HIES WARD RUSSELL. Merthyr Tydfil. April 3rd. 1837. Solicitor. TO THE AND FREEHOLDERS, OF THE County of Glamorgani A VACANCY in the Office of CORONER, for the Eastern Division of the County, having occurred, by the resignation of Mr Lewis Reece, I beg most lespect- fully to offer myself a Candidate for ihc Office. From the greatest number of accidents giving rise to Inquests, happening in the neighbourhood of the Iron and Coal works of the Hilly Districts of this County, it has been generally considered desirable that the Coroner should be a resident of the vicinity; I, therefore, as a resident of Merthyr, the central Town of the District, hope for your suffrages in my favor, at the ensuing Elec- tion, in case a fitter person should not offer himself a Candidate. I will take all early opportunity to solicit the honor of your votes in person. I beg most gratefully to thank my Friends, and those Gentlemen who have so kindly rendered me their support. J have the honour to be, My Lords and Gentlemen, Your most obedient, humble servant. VVM. DA VIES, Merthyr Tydfil, April 6th, 1637. Solicitor. ram HSmiMlHi )Z9 AND WHITE HALL EVENING POST; PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY. 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Bird, Bridgend, Glamorgan- shire; and all other Booksellers, Post Office, Bridgend, May 3rd, 1837. JUST PUBLISHED, A SELECTION OF PSALMS AND HYMNS, FOR the Public Worship of the Established Church, in WELSH, by tbe Rev. Daniel Rees, Perpetual Cutate of Aberystruth, Monmouthshire. Royal 32mo, Sheep 2s.; Roan 2s. 6d. To Clergymen purchas- ing a quantity for the use of their congregations—Sheep, Is. 9d.; Roan 2 3d. This Selection was made at the request of EDWARD, Lord Bishop of Llandaft. and has received the approval of the Rev. Wjlliaoi Bruce Knight, Chancellor of the same Diocese. v Llandovery Printed and Published by William Rees and sold by all respectable Bookselters in the Princi- pality. Just Published, Price Is., Second Edition. THREE ADDRESSER delivered before the Li'erary and Scientific Society, at Staines, Middle, sex with a new preface in reference to the Principality, and with a copy of the Laws of the Institution at Staines. Also, TWO LECTURES on MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE. Piice Is., by the Rev. ROBERT JONES, D.D. M.R.S.L. Vicar of Bedfont, Middlesex, and Vice President of the above Institution. "This Address, with two others, likewise delivered by Dr. Jones, before the same Society, have been printed in a seperate form, and amply repay perusal."—The Analyst Quaiterly Journal, Jan. 1837. "These Lectures are written in the usual chaste and elegant style of Dr. Jones. They will doubtless fulfil the desired end of exciting an interest in English Literature." -)bid, April, 1837. '• This little series may be considered a manual to be used on all future occasions, when similar Societies may be suggested, formed, and launched into their useful courses. We wish it may be at least weekly used for some years to come. The Addresses were adapted -to three epochs in the infant life of the Staines' Society, which owes much of its rapid growth and flourishing state to this intelligent guide and eloquent advocate. We regret that we have not room for large quotations, by which some of the liberal sentiments and powerful arguments, in favour of an unsparing distribution of knowledge, might have all the circulation which may be jm our power to gtve. We are compelled to confine ourselves, to an earnest recommendation of the perusual and dissemination of all the three discourses."—Magazine of Popular Science. Sold by H. Hughes, 15, St. Marti u's -I,e- Grand, Lon- don, and may be had of any Bookseller iu Wales, by ordering tbe same. DAVID KYAXS & SON, WME & SPBKST Ú'.E(g1Fç HIGH STREET, CARDIFF, BEG to return their grateful acknowledgments to their Friends, for the liberal support they have experienced since their commencement in the above busi- ness and,hope bv continuing to supply them with the best articles to be obtained in the Trade, at Reasonable p l° yc™ a C0iu'nuance of their patronage. an Son solicit attention to their present Stock of Superior ines, selected from the finest and most approved Vintages. Booth and Co. s Loudon Gin; Martell's and Hennessy's Brandies; fine Old lUuns and Whisky. rMIC,iV .ri- ^° '8 London Porter and Stout, in Cask a"\i °n 'er» Scotch Ale and Perry, in bottle only. ?l'ntry Orders carefully attended to, and executed with disoatch. April 26th, 1837. HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. _rra qs?3 |J to apprise his Friends and the Public, of I^H ,V,?e'WKN from the LONDON. MANCHES- h t 1 OTHER MANUFACTURING DISTRICTS, wiiere he has made unusually Laree Purchases, in every II'TPVITJr\f Goods. A»D begs to CAU> PARTICULAR AlTENriOX to the FANCY DEPARTMENT, which nas been selected with unusual care, and Purchased upon the most advantageous Terms, comprising eveiy novelty of the Season. The SHOW ROOMS will he OPENED on WED- XESIHY next, the 3rd of MAY. April 26th, 1837. GEORGE GOODE, LAND [D) HOUSE AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER, 1.3 EGS most respectfully to inform his numerous friends and the Public in general, that he has MOVED from his former Resioence PENMORFA, to CROFT COTTAG E, near CARMARTHEN and he avails ".iS"If of this opportunity of. acknowledging, with sincere gratitude, the many favours and great acts of kindness he has received from those who have favoured him with their confidence and support during the several years he has been in business. He also begs to assure those who may continue to be. or may hereafter become. his employers, that his pleasure and ainbition will always be increased in proportion to the satisfaction he gives them. He devotes the whole of his time to his business ';a and in addition to the Auctioneering, Land and Tithe Agent Departments, he values Estates, Timber, Houses, and Parishes for apportioning Tithe and Rate. Croft Cottage, April 2lst, 1837. MONMOUTHSHIRE. COURT OF SEWERS. IVfOTICElS HEREBY GIVEN', that a GENERAL X11 ADJOURNED COURT and SESSION of SEWERS, for the Levels of the Hundreds of CALDICOT and WENTLOOGE. in the County of MONMOUTH, will be held at the house of JOHN CHURCH, commonly called or known by the name of the KING'S HEAD, in the Town of NEWPORT in the said County, on fHUHS. DAY, the ELEVENTH DAY of MAY next, at the hour of Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon when and where all Persons who shall find themselves aggrieved by a»y Presentment made on them at a Court of his Je,&ty's Justices of Sewers, holden for the said Levels, °n Iliursday, the Thirteenth day of April la* may attend and enter their traverse thereto, otherwise the same will stand confirmed. Dated this Twenty-seventh day of April, 1&37. ALX. JONES, T T Clerk l'sk, April 27th, 1837. pARKER BOTT, of Nottingham, DENTIST, P begs leave to inform his Friends, and the Public in general, that he has disposed of the entire Property in „e following well-known and valuable Articles, to Messrs. BARCLAY and SONS, Farringdon Street, Lon- don, whose Names will, in future, be affixed to each bottle, or box of the genuine Preparations, viz:— BOTT'S TOOTH POWDER, price Is. lid. and 2s.9J. ls^1 S ^RE, for Scurvy in the Gums, price BOTT'S CORN SALVE, price Is. Ijd. BOTT'S SANATIVE SALVE, fot the Relief and n If' ^ers incident to the Breast, particularly in all inds of Sores; and in attenuating, softening, and c'ssipafmg all Hardness and Knottiness therein, price Is. Hd per packet. BOn S NANKEEN DYE, warranted to stand washing, price Is. per bottle. > CLOTH POWDER, for taking Grease Spots, I aint, &c. out of Silks, Stuffs, and Woollens, without dischargIng the Colour, price Is. per bottle. Prepared by BARCLAY and SONS, Farringdon Street, London, and sold by all Venders of Medicine, a,Ø£l:£l' ON MORTGAGES of LAND, in Sums from one to £ 3,000. Apply at the Monmouth and Glamorgan Bank, a Newport and Vsk. fibernant & lihgttgbiebo Curnptlte Erust. LYROTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TOLLS 1^1 arising and payable at the several Toll Gates within this Trust, WILL BE LET BY AUCTION, (subject to the written conditions to be then and there produced) at the CASTLEi, in the town of Merthyr Tydfil, in the County of Glamorgan, on MONDAY, the 6tb day of MAY next, between the hours of Twelve o'clock at noon aDd Four in the afternoon of that day, to the best bidder. an his producing sufficient sureties for payment of the money monthly, for the term of one year or more, as the Trustees shall then determine upon, to commence from 12 o'clock of the night of Friday, the 12th day of May next; which Tolls produced last year the clear sum of f 1,255, and they will be put up in one lot. or in parcelsor lots, ht such sum or sums as the Trus- tees shall then think fit. WILLIAM DAVIES, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Trust. Merthyr Tidvil, April 7. 1837. ￼ ￼ t;j Z Z < f-o :¡¡ 0 z z r ;:¡ o S IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES. Patronised by the Nobility, Clergy, and Gentry, and equally useful to all classes. India. Rubber Paste Blacking: Manufactured by JOHN HARVEY, Chemist, Mount's Bay Establishment, Penzance. For Carriage Harness, Gig Aprons, Imperials, Portmanteaus, Boots and Shoes. HpHIS BLACKING stands unrivalled, either for I_ quickness of polishing, depth and brilliancy of the polish, or for its durability, no Blacking keeping its polish so long as this does in any weather. To Gentlemen in the Navy and Masters of Merchant Ships, it is invaluable; it quickly restores softness and colour to Boots and Shoes, deprivedof both by constant wetting with sea water; it prevents the salt water from penetrating the leather, and thus keeps them alwayssoft and dry. It keeps well in any climate, and may be carried in the pocket without soiling it. It is particularly recommended to Gentlemen in the Army they will find it the best Blacking ever offered to their notice. Hoot and Shoe Makers will also find it the best Black- ing they can use for polishing new Boots and Shoes, as it burnishes brilliantly. It is the cheapest Blacking ever sold; as a single pennv packet, mixed with water only, makes as mtich Blacking as is usually sold in iars, at Sixpence each, and will clean two dozen pairs of Shoes splendidly! The following testimonial will convince those who have not tried the article, of thej^gh reputation in whicli it is hold, particularly in the \^st of Englaud, where it is almost the only Blacking used. Penzance, August 23, 1836. To Mr John Harvey, Our servants having for a considerable time past. by our orders, used your India Rubber Paste Blacking—we are enabled, by our own observations and their report, to speak to its atility and efficacy, and we strongly re- commend it to our friends, as the CHEAPFCST AND BKST BLACKING they can use. Signed by R. L. Davies, commander, H.N.; John Rowland, Esq.; J0J,,j Richards Esq; James Mont gomery, M.D.; Rd. Hocking, Surgeon; John Robyns. Major, R.M. Geo. John Esq.: John J. A. Boase, Esq., Banker; Rev. H, Penneck Thomas Pidwe l. Surgeon; T. D. Evans, Esq., 72, Upper Stanford Street, London The public are respectfully informed, that several unprincipled persons are travelling the couutry, endea- vouring to foist a spurious composition of their own as India Rubber PivSte Blacking. bringing disappoint- ment to unwary purchasers, and disgrace on the sellers. The genuine has the words ''John Harvey's India Rubber Paste Blacking" on each packet, all others are spurious impositions. Sold Wholesale by the Inventor, and at the General Depot for Bristol and its neighbourhood. Wales, Ireland, &c., 29, Clare Street Bristol", by J AMES PHILP; Sold also by the following Agents Brecon T, Williams, Chemist. E. Jones Saddler. Merthyr E. Morgan, Grocer. ——— T. Adney, «••••••••••• Chemist Tredegar T. Morgan, Saddler. Abergavenny G.Green, Grocer. W. Baberand C-) Grocers. FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA < A CERTAIN and MOST ¿; SPEEDY CURE for all LRE, Vi\\ THRAL DISCHARGES, SP\S- (%,■/ .1 MODIC STRICTURES, IHR(. + 'I'ATION of the KIDNEYS, 4 y V^rH-. BLADDER, URETHRA, and Mj L f PROSTATE GLAND. mi k5 TESTIMONIALS. 5 From JOSF.TH HENRY GREEN, irk Esq.. F.R.S., one of the Council *» v' Y "i of the RovalCol lege of Surgeon*, £$ Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospi- tal' and Professor of Surgery in King's College, London I have rr.ade trial of Mr.Franks' Solution of Copaiba a St. Thomas's Hospital, n a variety °~cas"' 8 l'ie "suits warrant my stating, that it is as efficacious remedy, and one which does not produce the usual unpleasant effects of Copaiba. (SIGDED) "JOSEPH HPVRY GREEN. Lincoln's Inn Fields, April 15, 1S35." From BRANSBYCOOPER, Esq F.R.S.. Surgeon to Guy's Hospital, and Lecturer on Anatomy, &c. "Mr BRANSBY COOPER presents his compliments to fr GEORGE FRASK. and has great pleasure in bear- ing testimony of the efficacy of his Solution of Copaiba in Gonorrh for which disease Mr CUOPER has pre- cp'a' scribed the Solution in ten or twelve cases with perfect success. p New Street, Spring Gardens, April 13, 1S35." rcm WILLIAM HENTSCH, Esq., No. 3, Farnival's Inn, Holborn, late House Surgeon to the Free Hospital, Greville Street. Hattou Garden. My Dear Sir.-I have given your medicine in very many cases, some of "which had been many months under other treatment, and can bear testimony to its great efficacy. I have found it to cure in a much shorter time, and with more benefit to the general health, than any other mode of treatment I know of; the generality of cases have been cured within a week from the com- encement of taking the Medicine, and some of them in less time than that. Have the goodness to send me another supply. •« I am, dear Sir, yours very truly, (Signed) WILLIAM HENTSCH. April 15, 1S35." Preoared only by George Franks. Surgeon, 90, Black, friars Road. London, and may be had of his agents, Barclay aud Sons. Farringdon Street; Edwards. 67, St. Paul's Church Yard Thomas Butler, 4, Clieapside, corner of St. Pauls; Sanger. 150, Oxford Street; i-iiii ston, 6S, Cornhill Prout, 2'29, Strand, Londou Evans. Son, and Co., 15. Fenwick Street, Liverpool Mande Weaver and Co. Wolverhampton; at the Medical Hall, 54, Lower Sackville Street, Dublin of J. and H Raiuifs, Leith Walk, Edinburgh and of all Whole- sale and Retail Patent Medicine\enders in the United Kingdom. Sold in bottles at 2s. 9d.. 4s. 6d., and Us. each, duty included. CAUTION.—To prevent imposition, the Honourable Commissioners of Stamps have directed the name of GEORGE FRANKS, Blackfriart Road," to be engra v eu on the Government Stamp. N. B.-Hospitals, and other Medical Charities, supplied as usual from tbe Proprietor. t+t "Mr Franks may be consulted every day, as usual, until Two o Clock. LOCAL AGF.NTS:-G, PHILLIPS, Chemist, Cardiff and D, MORGAN, Chemist aud Druggist, Merthyr. [^OTllOE A LL Persons having1 aDV Claims or Demands L\ upon Mr WILLIAM LEWIS, late of the I!i:i) LION INN, TREDEGAR IRON WoRKs, in the county of Monmouti, who has declined the business, are requested to send in an account of such Claims and Demands, with the particulars thereof, to Mr C. G. BAKER. soliciinr. Abercarne and Tredegar, aforesaid, on or before Satur- day. the Sixth day of May next, in order that the same may be examined. preparatory to the adjustment of his, the said William Lewis's, affairs. Abercarne, 25th April, 1837.
SHIP NEWS. CARDIFF. FORFIGN REPORTED INWARDS.—La Jeune Celestine, Lancelot, from Nantes, in ballast. FOREIGN ENTERED OCTWARDS.—The Eclipse, Eastabrook, for Cronstadt, and La Juene Celes- tine, Lancelot, for Nantes. FOREIGN CLEARED OuTWARDS.- rhe Elizabeth Clark, Elder, for Philadelphia, and the Marffaretha Magdalena, Schada, for Hamburgh, with iron. COASTERS INWARDS.—The Nautilus, Allen, and the Lady Charlotte, (steamers,) Patfitt, the Mary Ann, Beer, the Amity. Rogers, the Castle. Jo. es, and the Dolphin, Fry? from Bristol, the Friends, Owens, and the Venus, Gulliford, from Bridgewater, the Speedwell, Owens, from Cardigan, and ,e Robert, Clampitt, from Newport, all with stindries the Regulator, M'Neil, the Bransby, Prout, the Fanny, Barrett, the Providence, Gower, the Mary, Morgan, from Lydney, and the Jean and Mary,Tre- gtiskin, from Fowey, all with stones; the Ann and Elizabeth, Hannellv, from Teignmouth, with cider; the Felicity, Thomas, from Swansea, with culm the Berkeley. Dowell, the Ann, Brinkwo- th, and the Eleanor, Bick, from Gloucester, the Mary, Hooper, from Bristol, the Bunbury, Brewer, from Whitehaven, the Julia, Stuckey, and the Amelia, Parker, from Chepstow, all with iron ote the Sally, Roberts, with timber the Mary, Owenc, from Bridgewater, with bricks; and 20 vessels in ballast. COATERS OUTWARDS.—The Three Brothers, Arnold, the Affiance, Sterrv, and the William and Ann, Bright, for Gloucester, the Fame, Wright,.and the Kate, Howell, for London, the Favourite, Jones, for Dublin, the Heart of Oak, Davies, for Cork, and the Mountain Maid, Davies, for Liver- pool, all with iron; the Thomas, Griffith, for Dundalk, with iron and bark; the Fame, Hancock, for Bristol, and the Jane, Nurse, for Gloucester, with timber; the Mary Kitty, Williams, for Penzance, with iron and coal; and 26 vessels with coal. NEWPORT. INWARDS—The Robert, Clampitt, the Susan, Hooper, the Unanimity. Buchen, the Three Sister*, Symons, the Swift, Hiscox. the John Barwise, liavey, the Elizabeth, Prewitt, the Charles, Howe, the Brothers, Quinton, and the Ceres. John, v; itit corn, flour and malt; the Friends, Meed, the Tr(- degar, Crockford, and the Maria, Kidwill. with iron ore; the Dolphin, Hurley, from Kinsale, with potatoes; the William and Maria, Harris, «ith salt; the Louisa. Sobey, with block tin the Tre- degar, Swithers. the Carleon, Harwood, the Modera- tor, Johns, the George, Johns, the Bristol Packet, Gainey, the Mary, Tiver, and the Swift, Richards, with sundries. OUTWARDs.-The Honora. Honev, for Rouen, the William, Griffiths, for Dunkirk, the Voting Gipsy, Williams, for Antwerp, and the Alacrity, Pabe, L.t, Dordt, with iron; the Thomas, Edwards, the Majestas, Eastaway, the Sibyl. Richards, the Shamrock, Shea, the Lamb, Williams, the Briton, Lewis, the Towan, Richards, the Turtle Dove, illiams, the Friends, Edwards, the Robert, r- .the Br°thrrs, Jones, the Industry. vv'11' u '"et't,a> Challacombe, "the Eleanor, w '/ia.hS' Pr,i,Dcess Royal, Jenkins, the Betsv, w-n Marm,,lla' West'11,e Fannv. Scott, tiie W tlliam, Mt.ggleworth, the Maria, Kldu ill the Charles, Howe and the Jane. Bowen..with iron and tin pla es; the Tredegar, Swithers, the Carleon, Harwood, the Moderator, Johns, the George Johns the Bristol Packet, Gainey, the Marv, Tiver. and the Swift, Richards, with sundries and 115 vessels with coals. SWANSEA. ARRIVED.—The Bristol, (steamer.') Jonns, at.d the Eleanor, Barrett, from Bristol, the Moderator, Hole, and the Blossom. Hole, from Minehead, the Aim, Lukelv, from Bridgewater, the Belinda, Jones, and the Ann and Susan, Jones, from Gloucester, the Bristol, (steamer,) Jones, from Ilfracombe, tb" Halcion, Jones, from Gloucester, and the County of Pembroke, (steamer.) Gilmore, from Bristol, ail with sundries the Mountaineer, (steamer,) Edwards, from Liverpool, w th passengers; the John and Mary, Maloney, from Dung-arvon, with cat, Ie; the Jeuny, Davies, from Cardigan, with slates: the Sarah, Joues, from Cardigan, with grain the Cardiff, Lewis, from Aberthaw, and the One Branch, Griffiths, from Cardiff, with limestones; the Joseph, Miluian, from Banuah, with potatoes; the Hero, Vaughan, from Satcomb, with cider: the St. Day, Harry, the Cordelia, Pakell, the L-i- v Pillage, and the Ospray, Langnuid. from Fall the John and Joseph, Every, and the Sally Ann, Ridley, from Plymouth, the Tryton, Green, from Shoreham, the Murton, lio,Lins. from Truro, the Henry, Thomas, from Rotterdam, the Eclipse, Johug, the Agnes, Richaids, and the Trevaurance, Slymau, from St. Ives; the St. Aus le, IU-dtiock, and the Par, Scantleberry, from Fowey, the Jane, Stribley, from St. Anns, the John Hardy, Líing, from Cuba, the Petril, Leafy, from Penzance, the Provideuce, Russell, from Hilyl, and the Bicton, Thomas, from Portreath, and 13 vessels in baliast. LLANELLY. AFLRIVALS.-The Harriet and Phoebe, Thomas, the Riviere, Roswall, the Hudscott, Bery, fro n "I. Ives, the Mary, Williams, the Henrv. Llewelyn, from Truro, tbe William, Buut, fromSwansea, aud the Excellent, Dungey, from Fowey, with copper ore; the Marv. Edwards, from Laughame, with sundries; the Brothers, Welsk, the At las, Gilbert, the Nimble, Paynter, from St. Ives, the Good lnte.,1 tion, Lake, the Ann, Bently, the Swaifeea Trcder, ,r'tlie Libtriy, Fishwick, from Barnstaple, the Tndeut, George, from Cardigan, the Three Bi others, Morris, from Laugharne, the Jupiter, DTvle", from Bristol, the Prosperous, Lonsi frm }aterford, the Friends, Howells, from Ross, the eparateur, Hameiiu, from Regtierilie, in ballast. MILFORD. r ^r,r,VEd-—Hie Anne, Morris, from Carmarthen, or Glasgow; the Thomas, Grifliths, from Carditi, or Dublin the Catherine, Richards, from Newport, a"d the New Hope, Griffiths, from Loughor, for Cardigan; the Harloch, Thomas, from Aberporth, and the Union, Jones, from Aberayron, for ea h and the David, Lewi-, from Cardiff, for S-vansea. SAILED.—The Favourite, Jones, from Neath, for Dublin; the Providence, Wat kins, from Newport, for Glasgow; the Sheldrake, Wilson, from Swansea, for Dartmouth; the Young Gipey, Williams, from Newport, for Amlwch the David Walter,Symmonds, and the Elizabeth Anne, Jenkins, from Newport for Waterford; the Marv Antie, Baines.from Liverpool and the Matchless Corbet, from Newport, for Lon- don; the Nor! is Castle, Hull, from Waterford. lor Bristol; the Marquis of Ely, Murphy, from ford, aud the Jane and Elizabeth, Evans, for Aber- ystwitb, for Newport; the Royal Geors-e. B,t ;elf, from Landshipping, for Southampton the Brihiain, Croker, and the E')enezer, Liddle, from Newpo-t, for Plymouth and the Eliza, Woodcock from Newport, for Cork. The Providenoc, Watkins, from Newport, bound to Glasgow, put in here on Saturday last, having carried away her topmiist at six F. M, on Friday, oil t. Gowau's Head.