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COUTY OF BRECON. PHtded List, No. 3. I'URTHEIt ADDITIONAL LIST of SUPPOR- TERS of COLONEL WOOD, M.P. Joseph Bailey, Junr Glanusk Park John Ansilell Ulasellyn, blanelly Nasli Kd wards Y'aughan Rheola Thomas Powell (Lieut. Col.) London Thomas Lewis I.IOMI. Nantwyllt H cnry I).'aeon Cheltenham William Meyrick Gwailod y Garth Lewis Morgan Hafod Kdward M. Williams Garth Hall David Williams Ditto 1. L Harries Treferig William Jenkins, Clerk Uangarnmarch Henry Hamilton Douglas.. Hermitage David Smith 1.1 ■> ngnnider Edward Kvans Fvnnon yr Eirin, LUnelly John Wiliianis Nanlyglo Thomas Morris "LI yswea Thomas EvaIls Chepstow Wilijaai Price. Llanbeder Jaines rrice. I't-ndre John D»»ies Crickhowcll Thomas Price. Trewa;kia Thorna"* Price. Garth David Price Maesllech W iliiam Thomas. oyadcl David Gwillim PorthlKvyd Thomas Jones Penkarheliem John Davies Urynyoye ThomasThomas. Aherdylas John Llovd. Bwlchgwyn William Bowcott Vron John Watkins Nantgwyn Thomas Pugh Kliescog Walter Williams, Clerk. Llewynkintcvia James Powell. Pantysgallog Thomas Pierce Llanelly John Jarratt Ditto Joiin Freeman Ditto Watkin Watkins Ditto John Prosser Ditto William Williams Aberbaidon Henry Saunders C.vinonney J >ha Thomas Glany ffynnon Osmnnd Arthur Wyatt Troy House, Monmouth 'I'lioin:is Nlorgaii, D.D. N. E. i,o(ige, nr. L'uitstLolltll Thomas Gratrex.. Carmarthen Richard Johnson Kumnoy House John Muund Pontypool D A. S. Davies. Pentre, Newcastle F.mlyn K chard Banks Kington Thomas Lawrence Brecon -» William Powell, Clerk Perthy T B. M. Baskerville Clyrow Court B- Walters Mc. Gibbon Hay Thomas J ones Vanog John Jones, C erk Llanspythid COMMUTATION OF TITHES. WILLIAM JONES, 4 AUOTOOINIiEEiR, LAND AND HOUSE AGENT, HIGH STREET, BRECON, BEGS leave, most respectfully, to return his sincere t .anks to his Friends and tiie Public generally, for the libera! support he has received, during the period of sixteen years, aud trust* by adhering to the same upright and impartial conduct hitherto pursued, to merit a continuance of their support. His practical experience, as an Agriculturist, with a familiar know ledge of the Soils of this, and the adjoining Counties. gives him confidence ill ottering his services, for the Commutation of Tithes, and the Apportionment of the same. Estates and Timber Measured and Valued. Parishes Rated. &c., &c., &c. BRECKNOCKSHIRE. THERE WILL BE PUT PP 1ro alr 1)2 gluctum, At thr QUEEN'S HEAD INN, BRECKNOCK, on S -VTUUUAY, 13th MAY, ld37. at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, By Mr. THOMAS PRICE, (Gaer,) ONE HUNDRED antI FIFTEEN CAPITAL OAK. TIMBER TREES, giowing in the Parish of Battle, near Brecknock, (that is to say) 37 Trees on Battle Farm, and 78 Trees on Cae Crwll Farm, all numbered, progressively, with white paint. Inquire of Walter Churchey, Brecknock, (if by letter, post paid ) May 1st. 1S37. "'l \) l} 4 f.1(; PAUL PRY HIGH STREET, BRECON. rpHE PROPRIETORS of the above COACH | avail themselves of the present opportunity of returning thanks to the Public, for the liberal support thev have experienced, and be, to inforn) them that t! e PAUL FRY COACH will in future LEAVE BRECON everv Mornine (Sunday excepted) at Nine o'clock, for CRICKHOVVELL. ABERGAVENNY, MONMOUTH, ROSS. GLOUCESTER, CHELTENHAM. OXFORD, and LONDON, and trust, by every attention to the comfort and safety of Passengers, and all Property entrusted to their care, to merit their future support. Leaving the following Booking Houses :-Paul Pry Ofiice, Brecon, every Morning at Nine o'clock Cam- brian, Crickhowell, half-past Ten; Greyhound, Aber- gavenny, twenty minutes past Eleven; King's Head, Monmouth, half-past One; Swan, Ross, quarter before Three; Boothali, Gloucester, at Five; and the Royal Hotel, Cheltenham, at S'X. The Paul Pry leaves the Blossom's Inn, London, for Oxford, Cheltenham. Gloucester. Ross, Montnouth, Abergavennv, Crickhowell, and Brecon, every Evening at Five o'clock. Passengers for London may break the Journey bv sleeping at Cheltenham, and will be forwarded the following Morning by the MAGN ET, at the same fare. N.B. The Public are respectfully informed by the above arrangements, tbe Paul Pry will arrive in Abergavenny, to take from and bring to the Merthyr Performed by HAINrs, EVANS, SANDERSON & Co. Breeon, 29th April, 1837. Swansea House of Correction. Tenders for Alterations and Repairs. \NY Persons desirous of CONTRACTING for M AKIN G the following ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS in the above HOUSE of CORRECTION are requested to furnish the Committee of Visiting Justices with Specifications and Tenders, for making and completing such Alterations and l!»pairs. Such Flans. 6tc. (sealed) to be delivered at tin House of Correction on or before the 13th day of May next, at twelve o'clock at noon. Proposed Alterations and Repairs. The Wall in front of the Prison to he raised to the height of seven feet, with an Iron Gate and a Lamp over it to be placed therein. A Watch Box inclosed in a semicircular Iron Railing, to be placed near the tread wheel, in the centre wall. Iron Troughs, to be fixed under the eaves of the tiling, with upright Pipes to convey the water into a reservoir underground in the court near the washhouse. The lieservoir, to be built with masonry, and a Leaden Pump, withffcpes from the Reservoir, to be fixed in the washhouse. The whole of the Wooden Fences to the yards to he taken down, and Wrought In n substituted, with a Cheveaux de Frise on the top of each fence. The Doors of the Nine Lower Cells to be altered on the same plan as those of the sleeping cells, with Iron Gates in front. A Building to be n.ade on the west side of the Governor's house, to contain on the ground floor, a receiving room with a bath and a cell to be used for prisoners and having on the first floor a storeroom for prisoner's clothing, &c.. and above a room for turnkey. A Porch, to be erected over the west door of the Governor's house. Ridge and Hip Rolls of Sheet Lead, 6lbs. to the foot, on the whole of the roofs and hips, with Pole Pins under to fasten the poles to the roof. The Repair of Slating where necessary—Dark Cell \,rard No.6. to be p,),nted-The Fire Place ill Day \Vard No. 6.-1 lastering of Day Room Ward- Day Room Ward No. 2,—The Boiler and Ceiling of Cooking Room, Ward N't). 1,-atid the Ground in the Governor's yard to be repaired. The whole of the work to be done in a substantial and workmanlike manner, with materials of the best quality. Further particulars may be obtained, on application to the Governor, at the House of Correction. Security will be required for the due performance of such Contract or Contracts as may be entered into. The whole to be subject to the inspection of the County Surveyor (Ylr Whittington). The necessary Specifications, &c.. are to he seen on anpiicdtion ro the Governor of the above Prison. The Tenders Are to be separate for the different descriptions of Work to be done, according as they are respectively numbered upon the. several plans left by the County Surveyor, for inspection, at the above Prison. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS. rjMlE COMMITTEE OF MAGISTRATES, np. ■ pointed at the Easter iartpr Sessions of Glamor- ganshire, to take into consideration the best mode of PROVIDING for the PAUPER LUNATICS of the C unity, under the provisions of the Nin'h of Georg« IV. c. 4l,have resolved that they arc ready to attend to the offers of any Medical Practitioners of eminence and respectability, who would be inclined either to take and convert or to build an Asylum in this County, and who would feel disposed also to take charge ot the said Pauper Lunatics. The number of P uper Lunatics at present reported in this Countv,is about One r<^( Ail communications to be made to the -.erk of Teace, Cardiff, on or before Saturday* t'lC Icut" °f June next. Dated 1st May, 1837. By order of the Committee, WOOD, CierI. (l Peace. fiJ U i^ir^ rg 1J)Q) l6 a FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS ON BISHOP WIL- LIAMS'S FOUNDATION Will be tilled tip on the 2 kh of JUNE next, at this School. to be given to Natives of Wales, and Oioc^ese of ftncoln. In default of such. Candidates born within the Libcrtie of Westminster ar<> eligible. It is requested that applications by Candidates or their Fiiends be made to the Head Master. Dean's Yard, We stminster, on or before the 21st day of June next. The Funds of the Foundation arc limited, and can be considered only as an auxiliary for the maintenance of the said Scholars. All letters to be written on the. outside Bishop Williams's Foundation," and post paid, otherwise they will be returned. lP CD!13 !l' !.Ø ill [J# ill dl [J,)!.JiJ A GENCIES for the SALE of LANE and Co's, CORK. PORTER, in this Countv, at CARDIFF, \lERTIlYl{, and B!UDGESD. AnE !\OW OPf, and espectable Parties will be liberally treated with, on application, post paid, to GEOl'.GE HUXHAM and WELCH. Swansea. Swansea, 4th May, 18-37. ————

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