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-_u_- BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, Wlt.t, SAIL ~| SflfK ,he Nhxt week, As OLr-"ws: FROM BRISTOL. 31, MONDAY 6 ii)ori). 5 after "^t-G. 1, I'l'F.siJAY f> morn 5 after W i; i) s t.s ti A Y (it morn. 10 morn •>, I IUM:s:i \Y 7 morn. 10.^ morn 1. f* KI D\ v morn. II niuu 0, AATI'K DAY B morn. 11 & mora FROM NEWPORT. J(!(,y ;)1. MONI>AY 1.) L after At t,. 1, TITRSDAY 5 morn T after 2, WEDNESDAY- 5 mom 4; after S, THURSDAY 51 .room 5 aiter 11<. FttlJHY. (i mnrIl afrer fl. SATURDAY <> morn F>T after 'A RES:—After Cabin, Is.— Fore-Cabin, 2s.—Chil- ,ri'n under 12 Years of Age, Half-price. — Dn.,«, l> on Ij our-Wheel Carriage, 20 < Twn-W! <-e'. «< si >, tfoi-scand Rider, Aftt-.i-Cabin, 7s ditto ii-CarlI II Îls j and Fro same dav, (provided a To and Fro Ticket 'akp|i)_ After .iliiii, fis.. Fore Cabin, f'lls:r The I'i'opt'ictos's of the above Steam Packets I;. I E NOTICE that they will not be accountable for an." fj "<eil.Sf'r,s Ijnggagn, nor will they h answerable for any '"><>k • or ParceWif lost or ) unless *11(1 ,"1' at ,t-^pr tIioir Oilices in Bristol or Newport; "'••I P a'u,vc l',e val"R "f 40s. to be entered at its value, if i, rr'ilnC ill proportion paid for the same at the time TV POOL AND ABRROAVENNY.—Coaches Daily the",e places and Newport. h[; j'' tHEO A It Il'.ON Woi'.KS. tlnou«h Abercarn, New- v '-e. Bedwelty, and a brancli from Newbridge to V° —Coach Daily between these places and in P"rt arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- .ld startinsrat 1 o'clock afternoon. |ja^e OVMlifJIA, Steam Packet, lea ves Cumberland l>l Hotwells, every Mornins;. for PORTSIIEAD, and )1T,l,r.Qs in the Fveninir. For times of sailing;, tkc., sec Mils. l,4n^">'V at l',e ^rlst0' General Steam Navigation Com- J;0 y s Ollice, 1, Quay, Bristol; or at the Packet-OfVices, p„ *ain-Wharf, Hotwells. and Rodne.v Wharf, New- JOHN JON ES. Afjenl. F RRDUCRD FARR.. Qllr'\Vhecl Carriages drawn by one Horse, only 10s. GJ. CARDIFF and BRISTOL The New atul beautiful Fast Going Steam Packet, IjAT>Y CHARLOTTE, 1 tvn Enqines 30 Horse POll'et httch. Win H• T. P A li I'" ITT, Commander, 'y during the e.nsuing week, with Passengers and Goods, as follows:—■ Goods, as follows;- AiIr, FROM CARDIFF. Couch from I 0;, Merthyr, ^c. at "Psday afternoon. alteruoon 5|- I hursday f. mornimr 2 morning "•Saturday 7 inornitif 3 morning JUly FROM BRISTOL. Coaches to 3|.» Jlerthyr. ■^Og nt'ay 2| afternoon 7 afternoon 4 afternoon 8 afternoon jyj* r"lay 5;>. morning 10 morning acri1.0r|s Wagsron for Merthyr, immediately after the a 'he Packet from Bristol. Cl '• A '"S — After Cabin ,5s.—Fore Cabin, 3#. kl,lcii. rcn under 12 Years of Age, Half-I)rice.-I)t)gs, Is. Hofr '?or,'a!c Steward attends the Ladies' Cabiu. F í', II/1Pllts may b.. had on oil moderate* term. I 1(), ll'*W heel Carriage, 51s. Ditto drawn by One Horse, ^cli i wo"heel Carriage, 10s. fid.j Horses, (is. 's- Gt( arl<' t'der. After ('abin.)s. Fore Cabin, S'Tirp Sheep. These Fares include every ex- 1)1)c Cattle, Sheep. These Fares include every ex- tii^ 'r ''?''ters ar» requested to order all Goods intended for V CH AKLOTTK, to be sent to Clare Street Hall, Sfver. IJrisiol. th; t'tll,yr, •"ast Light Post Coaches to and from ^liarlotte. Abcrdarc., ,1Arrthi/r, Cousbriilije, liriilqrnd. '*lac >sse"t. and Ctierj'ihilli/.—Goods forwarded to these i "i-8 ln SPrin?; Waggons and Lock-np Canal Boats itn- | 'Jnv ° rur'va'. unless ordered by anv particular filea^an<'e, in which rase they will be deposited in the Pajj 0 Jacket Warehouse till called lor.—Fneght to be Q delivery. Packages, Parrels, &c. forwarded to all parts :&tee 'rigdoin without delay, when sent to cither of their Jacket Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. j-^j^y further information as to Freight, &c. will be .i* y obtained bv applying to the Agents. Mr Donovan, \Vt j.e ''acker Oilic.e, on the Wharf, Cardiff- or to Mr N Owen. 15, Avon Crescent, Hotwells. Bristol. J»iVo iT,c.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet lv, N 'lot, cc, that they will not be accoultable for any *0y p^Cr's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for S p' <,0^s- Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged ■<if ,i'r?' '-pakag«' or otherwise) unless Booked at either "if 4.g.e'r Offices at Cardiff or Bristo if above the value »"ii-t; Un'Rss entered at its value, and Carriage in pro- 10r the sante, at the t;me of )5ooking.— consigned to order, or not taken awav before Six lip tlie evening of the day of landing, will i\J¡ ,,lrpni"sed at the risk and ex pence of the consignees, ''Id't0''5 '3 ')e considered as liens, not only for freight I **tisf "Ps ''lle thereon, but also for all previously uu- and Charges due bi eotisignees to the <i* iI1^">*u>rs of the said Packet. Disputed weights s|j ai'lremett, claims for loss or damage, &LC., cannot 02.H'ed, unless a written noiice of the same be sent to ^ce on tlip day. of delivery.— August. 18^7. -PID3LVT and_BSiiSTOL. Mil The New and Swift Goin^ Stelf>n V Packet, NAUTILUS, S^fe'»i (>Q Horse Power, JOHN ALLEN, Commander, Js FROM CARDIFF. *ended to ply duriug the NEXT V'I-EK, with Passengers and Goods, as fullows :— Ul\' 0' Couch from ¿1"\111t11 Mothijr. (• "li'ay afternoon 12 noon ■t. t j^'lnesday 5 afternoon 1 afternoon 'ri(lay (i iiioixiin^ 2 morning 4(if, FROM BRISTOL. J _Coach to Merthyr. "Rsday gt afternoon 7.} afternoon 3," Uiurs(iny lo' morning 5 afternoon I '\t Hlurday (i morning 10 morning Waggon, meets the Packet for Merthyr, &c.— I'rf t Wrai»uojj inects the i'ackct for Newbridge, "'rest, v\c = Q>r.AKl-.s After Cabin, 5s.—Fore Cabin, 3s. "'dtfcn under Twelve Ycais of A^e, Halt-price. I ^rpo Dogs. Is-, each. ',r,Pnts may he had ou Board on moderate Terms. [ e,r>ale Steward attends the Ladies Cabin. 'os .^vvl|ce! Carriage, 2{i.i Ditto, drawn by one horse, -^or' Carriage, 10s. 6d; Horses f'S. each, A, ritltider, After Cabin, Os.. Fore Cabin, 7s. Gd ^'ai)r|'1"»etueiii.i a,e now made for the conveyance of ,"f>"jn,CS'er 'ods, via Liverpool, pet Mountaineer, in 'LfV w''h the Swansea and Cardiji Packets, at a and Expeditious Rate. intended to be. shipped per this Packet, ,iSe"1 to ''1(> Packet Oilice, No. 12, Quay Street. l'"uletl to 'l,e Packet, at the Com- "t|jMwevI>f'nsp i or they will Vie taken in at the Ciun- (S^LHrtsin Locks, by I! OB BUT CHAPLIN, {; 0odsforwur({ed to all ports of the Kingdom lit, without delay. and fron Ilertiiyr, &c., meet the ,NaUtilus," 0/1 ,\rrÎval an.! Departure. Vdwbridye. daily, and also Spring L e,"h •Y a"Sot18each of the above places. W tT>3*' ^berdure, Merthyr, Cowbridge, llridgend, < iii?' and CuuerphilUj.—Goods forwarded to these 'Ock-up Canal Boatsand Waggons, immediately onlcsgorderud by <i«y particular conveyance. AP",u Freigitit to be pei:i cti deliverv. y r ln'OI'niation may he ohtaiued ot Mr Osanan, v '4rf /1t aragt' Street, and at the Packet Office on the 'Ms •diIT; and of Mr John Griffith Jones, Agent, ^I lCl.'1)' Bristol. iJ. 11 tioti "—' P.-Jprietorsof the above Steam Packet it lce .1,at they will not be accountable for any f'oodg18 ^a"Kase = nor will they tic answerable tor ^t ,iooke'i Kao°' or Parcel, (if ios'or damaged) un- ti\'i at) at of their Offices in Carditl or Bristol, lo °V,: l'!eyalue of 40». entered at its value, and 0| g A P'oporfx'on paid for the same, at the time of ""I¡;Uht 18? I    MONMOUTHSHIRE;. e s, To Innholdars- Hot0lkeepers> Capitalists- and Others. ELIGIBLE IN V EST ME NT. o be oli) ùQ Slncttcn, By Order of the Executors of the late Hawkins Bees, deceased, on the PitE.MISF.S, at Tjtli- DIXiAll IRON WORKS, on THURSDAY, the 17th day of AUGUST next, between the hours of Three and Five of the Clock in the Afternoon, ALU that Capital MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, A Old Established Commercial Inn, Hotel and Public House, called the TREDEGAR ARMS, ";1'11 lias recently been entirely rebuilt, fit a con- rabie expense, with the very best materials, ;a,oiled Baltic Timber, &c. &c. Handsome Stone Staircase (with mahogany rail) »s ex* tremelv well and neatly litted'np with every con- venience, and well adapted for the- option and accommodation of Families, Commercial Gentle- men, and Travellers. The Premises a) e admirably situated forBusiness, at the corner of the Circus, opposite the Town Hall, in the populous and flourishing Town of Tre- degar, and contains, on the basement story, a lar;;e n and convenient Kitchen, Scullery, and four large Cellars. On the ground floor. spacious Portico and En- trance Hall, Commercial lloom, Private Room, .Smoking: Room, 'lap Room, Spirit Shop, with t«o Fntrances from the Street, a spacious Bar and Bar Parlour, and Wine Cellar under the Stairs. On the first floor, a capital Drawing Room, with three windows; seven excellent airy Bed Rooms, water and other Closets. On the second floor, nine very good Bed Rooms, and large Linen Closet. In the Yard, which measures upwards of o,000 feet, is a six stalled Stable, with ample room tor P, building Brew House, Coach Houses, Stabler ,tnd other Oflices. The HOllse comllöands a good bold j, ior and attractive frontage, and the interior is exceed- ingly well arranged. The Rooms are ot good dimensions, lofty and very cheerful. The Premises (which stand decidedly il '0 most convenient and airy situation in the Town, and are capable of doing a very Extensive Business) are held under Lease from the TREDEGAR IRON COMPANY, dated the 25th March, 1802, for the term of 79 Years, of which 44 were unexpired on the 25th of March last, at a moderate grourd rpot. For further particulars, and to view the Premis apply to Richard Fothergill, Esq., and Mr John Lewis, of Tredegar, aforesaid, the Executors; or to Mr C. G. Baker, of Abercarne and Tredegar, aforesaid, their Solicitor. All letters to be postage paid. GLAMORGANSHIRE. M :Q)Iffi1i?TI1Ê imm @;1TIUB. AN ELWIRLR OPPOlirUVITV FOIt INVESTMENT. Mr J. JKNKiNS Respectfully announces, that he is instructed to offer for Public Competition, En a s&iUr 'Zlmtion, (Or ill ttie mean time by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given.) At the \VY\niIAM APvMS imi">nK\'])f on ?■ A'lTIIDAY, the 2nd of S KPT MM I?!' It, 1P.:17 (between the hours of Two and Four o Clock the afternoon, subject to ibe Conditions then produced ) rpilE following Valuable FREE & CUSTOMAllY- 8 HOLD L \N DS, &e.. comprising neat DWKLLI VG HOIJSM, (fit for a small genteel family), including Two Parlours. Kitchen. Back Kitchen, Dairy, Cellar, Four best Fed Rooms, Two Servants' ditto; adjoining is a Stable, with a productive Garden, with Crops; there is So a Cistern of Soft Water near the same likewise 10 Acres of Rick. Meadow, and Pasture Land. The above .Premises are situated in the. Parish of WICK, within Two Miles of the Bristol Channel, and about Four Miles from the improving Town of Hiidgend, where there is a good Vlarket. There are l'aeks of Mounds in the il,igi-bo-ir- hood, anil, to a Gentleman fond of I'ield Sports, it is a most enviable situation. Further nartieulars may be had of the Auctioneer, Xolton Cottage, Bridgend, (it by Letter, post paid), and of Win. Morgan. Esq., SolIcitor. THE 8HAIWH WHE8, DEVONSHIRE. SHUTTLEWROTII & SONS ILR-IFG to announce that they have received in- J structions to Offer for Sale fcg Auction, At the MART, on FRIDAY, AUGUST, 11, 1837, at 12 o'Clock, an important 1 rodnctlve and VALUABLE PROPFStTY,—'COMPRISING THE SHAUGH IKON M1VHS, Situate in the Parish of SHVUGH. a!>0,,t Seven Miles from Plymouth, in the County of Devon; together with the Railways, Waggons, Tools, Implements, and Ma- terials. The Works, which have hitherto been confined to an immense Lode of Hani?.tite Iron Ore, inter- of mixed "ith Plllmbao are carried on by open Cutting; and being of the Argilaceous description, upwards ot 20.000 Tons may be raised aniuially with great facility and at a small expense. There are also indications of a COPPKR, I.ODK, supposed to the cross the f.ode of the Wheal Lopes Cop- Iline, in the From the localities of the Mines, the Woiks can be prosecuted without the assistance of Machinery. r:, e Ores bear a high character with the iroll Alasters in Wales. The Port of Plymouth possesses peculiar advantages as a place of shipment, and the contiguous Railways essentially reduce the expense of transit. In short, with a very moderate Capital, these Mines, which are deemed nearly exhaustible, will he found to retjuiie only intelligence and attention to open a IHost prolilic source of wealth. Printed particulars, with plans of the Sett, and condi- tions of Sale, may he obtained at the Bush Hotel. Bristol; the Cardiff Arms, Cardiff; Church's Royal Hotel, Newport; the Commercial Rooms, Newcastle and Sunderland; the Castle lnn> Merthyr Tydvd the Angel, Liverpool; the Nelson Hotel, Birmingham; the New London Inn, Exeter; the Bedford Anns, Tavistock; and the principal Hotels at Penzance, Falmouth, Truro, Bodmin, Launceston, Redruth, and St. Ausiel, Capt. Thomas Henwooil.at the Mines, will show the same; and further particulars, conditions, and plans, may he ohtained on application (if by letter, to be post-paid) to Mr WiUiam Langdon, East Sionehonse, Devon Messrs. Shuttleworth and Sons, No. '^o, Poultry London; Messrs. Keddell and Baker, Solicitors, Sjtj, Kenchurch street, London Messrs. I. and H. T. Smith, S"li(:itors, Devon port; Mr Joiin Kduionds, Solici tor, Plymouth; or, \i r John Kelly, Solicitor, Plymouth. Dated 22nd June, 1837. [jJ4[JJSZl IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. To be Het ott 3Leasct FOR 7 on 14 YEARS, FJtOM THE 2IK1FE b IIu ary NEXT, [r^HE FARM of PF.NIUIMOL, conlatnin-r 1™a. A 0i:. PJi' also, the FA KM of TY'll Hv AN DAVID UCHA, containing 1(CL\. OIL llJ., of Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land, situate in the parish of Lan- wonup* a short distance only from tin* capital Markets of Me. thyr, Aherdare.and Newbridge, close to Coal and Lime. -Mr Jas. Williamson, at New Mill, "ftar f'a"- trissant, will directions for showing the Farms, &c. For further particulars, apply to Mr Adam Murray, Surveyor and Land Agent, 17, ParliamentStreet, Lou* j Jo|>« (Ml letters, to be post llitid) SOUTH WALES. So lif lift, AM) ENTI.RKO t>N IN MARCH NEXT, A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, well situated and in all respects adapted for an Inn, and will be let as such. A W IlIt and Spirit Business may be established wirh little exertion. The Furniture will be sold to the Tenant on a fair valuation; and from 20 to 40 Acres of Land, .nijoinin' ioijii ix the P,.c.u1ises, is to lie ie: #!onj witll th"rI1. A co ivenient place for Posting, and it is well worth the attention of an acfive co-iple who have ",)t a "?I capital lo he^in with, as the landlord wili encourage them. A respectable lenant will be accommodated with the house soouer, but no rent will iie charged, be- fore the 25th of March, for it. Application to he made to F. Yeoman, Post Office, Carmarthen, postage paid. Q-0 &r lict, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, A LL thatCAP|fy\| INN7, known by the name /"ICfCHOWFI r'AnU'KOIt'AltMS> in ,ho Town "f L .iICIi.HU 'L, now occupied bv Mr Robert Shippard. who is about to remov,. to lh„ (;ror e Hotel, in the own ot Llatid.lo, Carmarthenshire The Furniture, I*ixtures, and StocK in Tra.Ie may be taken by Appraise- ment. it agreeable to the incoming Tenant. For fu thcr particulars, apply to Mr Robert Shippard, on the Premises ,f |)y l,t.,„;post [)aui. btrhart <!?anal Company. ADJ OU RX CD MEETING. l'UE :NU1\L r.RXEUAL MEETING of the COM Mvv>,{,KTORS of ,h<; AB! ill) A It'' CANAL r n,)t hsvinj: taken plire on the 20rh in<;r.inft aS mmumX A the same W I \A< NOW iii: IIVA.U on 1 .\l\sDAY, th^ 10 h tiay of At'CIUST next, at tiie hour ot I evon in tk.. i/ vlu in rt»«» t'oifinoon. J \M KS PLTlir.'UCK, f1 Clerk to the Company. ^anal Head, Ahordare, 20th July, 1S37. WJEST OF ENGLAND AJ) SOUTH WALES DISTRICT BANK. rPHE DIRECTORS HEIIEHV OIVE NOTIf'E, L that a DIVIDEND on the CAPITAL STOCK the v OMl'ANY, lor tli" lialf year omiini; the 30th une las at the rate ot five per i ent per annum, will >>8 paid to Proprietors as titer, iieyisten d, on and alter the. IBth day of AUGUST next, at the Central iiii(I District Banks. -.Us,r JOHN II "TES, „ General M,matter. Bristol, Hth July, 1837. L ¿ .0 :y- BRECON3HIRE l'\A.CgS, On WEDNESDAY and TIIUa.DAY, 27 and 2ft SEPTEMBER, ISoT. i iitsT nw. rriiE SOUTH wale* PKODIH E STAKES or 6. 1(; S(;V: UKPiNS each, for the Produce of 'Lln's Cobs H-it. Tihs 1'iliics, IJ-^t. 41i)S Half bred ones :.ll.>wi\! ll)lUs. I u'O \ii: Major Bice's eh. c. t»y Tainworth, r.ui of Selina, by Phantom. Captain [Jowen T)avie> br. f. iMerry Lass, by Doctor Ftal1-rl1! ont of M una. Doctor Faustus, out of Manio, bv Tiresias. eli, c. Cehistrus, by Gambler, out of Cieinatis. Mr Henderson's h. f. by Doctor Faustus, out of Fanny, by Master Uenry- Mr May he ry's br. c." the Skipper, by Sailor, out of f,a,)v Oxford, (It. b.) Mr Price's b f. by Bastgrovc, out of Faith, by P.IUJ0. wirz. (h h,) THF LA DIBS' FLAT! of 50 SOVEREIGNS. Three Years Old, 7st.; Four. list. I'bs. l ive, <)-t.; Six and aged, ftst. 51Vis. A Winner onrr tlm 1 ear ( datcbes and Handicans excepted) to carry .5!bs I wi< e, M'.is. Thru-p, 7lh.«. extra. Horses that have started I'wiee this year, and not winning, allowed SI us. I .^ile Heals. The USIC STAKES of 5 SOVFnITS each, Tbren forfeit, with £ 20 added, for Horses not j hnrough bred. To close and name to the Cicrk of t n t.oursc on or before the 1st of August; the weights to be declared by the Hth of Auirnst, and to accept or not by the 1st of September. Heats, twice round aud t!.<; distance. 'I'0 be Handicapped by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint. If 10 "ic y will Dot be added. ri'.t'SF.NT si'i'.scr.ti!ns. TOHD HOJ)FY I W AI -TK: I V A Y p. !•' R y H. TOUCHET DA VIES LANCiJ.OJ 1z G I srcoNT) DAY. A IIUROLK RACE of 5 cach. for Horses that have been hunted m »..out I Wales and the Counties of Hereford I:i,t season). Gentlemen Riders, list, each, Two Miles over Six Hurdles a Winuerof £ 5^ at an>' or"> time to 7lbs. extra. To close and name to the Clerk of the Course on or before the 1st of September. TheRRECONSHIRE STAKES of 10 SOVElt ETGXS each, It. ft. witli t'20 added 1 10 11,11110 to I hc ,f tile Course, oil or before the. 1st of Align >t; the weights to be declared by the Hth, and to or not by the 1st September. Two Miles. To be Handicapped by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint. It Three Horses do not start, the Public Money will not be added. PRKSRNT Sll.-ISCRIIU-R*. HOWF.L GWVN I LORD CODNEY BOWKS DAVIES II. TOUCH E T DAVIES. R. n. GOUGH The MEMBERS' PI.ATE of 50 SOVEREIGNS. Three Years, 8-it.; Four. 0-t. ,hs. ■ Five. fst. lS.hs. Six, lOst. H'os.; and Aged, Klst. Tibs.; a Winner once this year to carry Uibs. Twice, ijlbs. Thrice, 71 its. extra. Horses that have started ibis Year and not winning, allowed Half-bred Horses that never won two clear Fifties, or .11100 at any one tune, allowed 7lhs. A Winner of a Gold Cup, King's Plate, or 100 Snvenins: at one to carry 71bs, extra, in addition to the above weights. Heats, about One Mile and Three Quarters. The COUNTY STAKES of 2 SOVEREIGNS each, with a Cup giv*n by the Stewards, for Horses bred in Breconshire. Weights the same as for the Members' Plate. Heats, once round and a distance. LORD RODNEY I WALTER MAYB1?RY 11. TOUCHET DAVIES | LANCELOT MORGAN1. The WELTER ST\KES of 5 SOVEREIGNS each, 3ft. with a Purse added. Mile Heats. To he lfandi. capped bv the Stewards or whom they appoint. To name to the Clerk of the Course, at the GEOS'G E |VN. BRECON, by Ten o'Clock, on the Evening of the First Day of the Races. To close and name for the Ladies'Plate, and Meniheis Plate to the Clftrk of the Conise, at the George Inn, hy o o'clock in the Evening of the'iifthSept. and for theCounty Stakes and Welter Suikes by Ten o'Clock in the Evening of the 27th of September, the First Day of tile (faces to pay 10s. Oil. for each Horse at the time of naming, and each Winner to pay One Guinea for Scales and Weights. The Winner of the Breconshire Stakes and (Tsk Stakes, Ladies' I'Ute and Members' Plate, subscribe One Sovereign each to the Fund. All disputes to be settbJd bv the Stewards or whom they may appoint, and their decision to be lillal- No Persoll will be allowed to erect any Booth on the Race Course, who is not a Subscriber to the Ftinti. N.B. ORDINARY at the CASTLE INS on the First Day, and at the BELL INS on the. Second Day. A Ball at the Castle Inn. each Night. 'The Right Honorable LOUD RODNEY ( s H. TOUCHET DAVIES, Esquire. ans, ROGER POWELL, Cterh of the Course. NOTICE r s HEREBY GIVEN Iiiat a MEETING of the B ('()PYHOED1'.L.> anil others interested in the com- mon and wa«te LANDS wit|,in tj,e Manor of Abercarne, iu the County of Monmouth, will be held at the House of | Mr !IE.\T!J^ CHAltLES commonly called and known by the name of the AIA\ POLE, at CROSS 1'EN*M A1V, in the Parish of Monythusloyne. op MONDAY, the 7th of AUGUST next, at Twelve o'clock at Soon, for the pur- pose of taking into consideration the most expedient nieanstif protecting the right of'the Commoners; all,1 of taking such measures as may then iie considered necessary, aga nst" Persons wli > ave already enclosed or otherwise obstructed or trespassed upon the Commons within the said manor. It will be desirable lo have a punctual and full attend- ance of those interested in the matters to be discussed. By Order of the Copyholders, THOMAS JONES PHILLIPS, Their Solicitor. 19th July. 18:17. [DUTY rREF.J CARDIFF UNION. BPSMSffilKS. PERSONS disposed to CONTRACT lor the ERECTION of a NEW WORKHOUSE, to hold 250 Paupers, may inspect the Plans and Speciticatiop.s, at the Oilice of the Clerk of the Board of Guardians, any time after the 22nd inst,mt, and deliver Sealed Ten ders to thc Board of Guardians, at their Board Room, on or before 10 o'clock on the morning of S \TUR1)AY, the 5th of AUGLSr, 1837. The Tenders to be en- dorsed Tenders: for Cardiff New Union IVorkhonse." The Board no not pledge themselves to accept the Lnweèt Tender. The Contractor will be required lo commence the Buiiding forthwith and lind good security lor the execution of the woik'. In the mean time, further particulars of the intended Buiiding may be known bv letter, pint paid, directed to Mr Geo. Wilkinson, Architect. Oxtord. THOMAS WATKINS, Clerk to the I'lrird of (liuirtliaiis. SIGHT RESTORED, NERVOUS HEAD- AGUE CURED. Under the Patronage of his If. R. IT. the Dite.hes.-t of Kent, find the Lords vf the Treasury, A FEW WORDS TO THE AFFLICTED. 'j^UE innumerable testimonials ofcuresofCalaract, S_ Gtuta-Serena, Ophthalmia. Inflammation, Nervous Head Ache Deafness, and other Diseases to which those delicate organs in eye and ea are snbjerteil are too numerous for the limits of this advertisement. This I Snutl. when taken frequently, strengthens l/W Nerves of the Head, removes obstructions from the Lachrymal Sac or Dllet, the membrane of which is indeed a continuation of the Pituitary expansion within the Nostrils. Dr Guthrie, the eminent Surgeon, recommends Griiiistorie's Slitif-i. A FEW CASES OF SIGHT RESTORED. J. R. Lachfield, Esq.,cured of Ophthalmia Whitehall, and Thatched House Tavern. Mrs Guppy, No. "6, Nelson Square, I?I.:ckfriars Road cured of Ophthalmia. Altss Marv Roades, .Market Place, Winshuv, Bucks; cured of Ophthalmia. Witnesses to her cure, Mr John Itoades, father, and Ri Walker, Esq., a magistrate. Air A. M'lntvrc, aged 0->, No.:5, Silver S:re, t, (;oid(,n Square; cured of Guti a Serena. .'(. Liston, Esq, .Marine Library, Ramsgate, Kent; cured IIf Cataract. Mrs Burberow, cured while at Jamaica, of Gutta Air P. Saunderson. No. JO. Harper Street, Leeds; cured of {\11 :\r;lCl. Mr H. flotl,;e, Middlesex cured oi' Ophthalmia. Miss E. Eriglelield, Park Street, Windsor J cured of Nervous Head Ache. Madam F. Lespi;, facing il)(. Church, Park Street, Windsor; cured of Dimness of Sight, aud Bead Ache. Deciu.us Blackburn, Esq., Chertsey, Surrey; Head Ache, Weakness, and Dimness of Sight cured. George Smith. Esq., G, York Place, Kentish 'Town; Weakness and Dimness of Sejbt enred bv its use. Elizabeth Ifobson. HI, Bell Street, Edgcware Road, I cured of Ophthalmia. James Roe, Esq., Somli Square, (Jray's Inn, and 0, CVniilen Tei race, Solicitor; cureil of Ophthalmia and Head .HCIIC. 10, Bell street, Edre.ware Road, March 23, 1830. 'I'o llr Si,It the gteat benefit I have received from the use of your valuable Eye Snuff. Being- in the decline of life, .in<i afflicted for a long time with Dimne-s of Sight, I was recommended by a friend to try votir Snul", which 1110 Sooner persisted iti the use of for a short period, then 1 found a speedy improvement to my sight, and my eves free from the pain to which t|,ev had been subject, and I still continue to use it with the greatest advantage. 1 have the honour to remain. Sir, i our obedient servant. El.l'/MilTII UOIISON. Jan. Whitehall, Sth March, I'SSO, r Sir,-[ think it hilt .itllic that I sl1ou1ù otli>r my to you fur the crrcat benefit I have derived 1'1'1'111 the u-e of your most exquisite fragrant compound of Herbs, called Eye SnlltT, Its action on the membrane of the nose, causing the lachrymal glands to discharge in a manner truly surpriong, and by that means so cleansed the cornea, that my Eves became healthy, strong, and performed their wonted duties in a tii,inner that I have not known the for six years. The renowned Dr. Gulherie recommended me t,, try vour Eve Snuff, prior to my undergoing an operation; many thanks to hitn for his StJ1,ti(llJ. Thanks to your invention, that operation will not be necessary. Sir, you have my permission to make this known in any manner you think best. I am Sir, your obedtent servant, J. L;. LACHFIF.I.D. P. S, lie p1..nserl to send to the ThatcJred Honse Tavern. St. J nnes's Street, a 4s. 4d. and two 2s. 4d. Canisters. You can send the change in the parcel for the inclosed half-sovereign. r" Camden Terrace, Kentish Town Ifitb Feb., 1S37 Str, In sending tor another 2. 4d. canister of your very excellent I've Snuli', I cannot refrain offering you my congratulations tor discovering the valuable, properties of the Herbs which form the materials ofits manufacture. Mr Smith, nf this village. ((). York Place, Kentish v' e. 'o nic that he had used your Snuii with succss, ¡1I<Juced nlc to give it a trial. It would he ungrateful on my part not to confess the benefit I have derived frorn its use. A Dimness of Siirht and frequent Headache, to which I have beclllon subjected, have completely ceased, although I have taken no more than three canisters. Sir, being a professional man, I lind it pailicuhtrly useful, and indeed to me neccssary to have a canister at hand in mv study. Your obedient servant, JAMES Ror., To Mr f. iitms'roN k, Eye SnufY Inventor, Broad Street. Don G. Lobe, Consul, &c.&c., of the Uavannah, Isle yuna. I lis apnointinenl was granted, by l>on Pedro lo't'7 *ons"l to the Court of Great Britain, I)1 SoP!e"r, 12. Artillery l'lace, London. J °»G.Lnbc vends 2,500 cases yearly. His Orders and Letters of Testimony mav be seen in Spanish, and -nglish, o<), Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London, Mr W. Gritnstone's Signature with the above Royal atronage, is attached lo each Canister. Sold in atronage, is attached lo each Canister. Sold in j-'anisiers, Is. 3d., 2<. 4d., 4s. 4d.,8s.. aud I.ris. fid. each, t may be obtained in all the principal Towns and Lities. A liberal allowance to Shippers, Owners Captains, aud all Vendors of Grinistone's Eye Snuff. Foreign and British Smiffs and Cigars of the linest quality. AGENTS: Merthyr Tydvil—Mr David Morgan, Chemist. Carmarthen. — Mr Evans, Journal Ol!ice. Swansea.—Mr Williams, Cambrian Othce. Brecon.—Mr Williams, Chemist. Haverfordwest—Mr J. Phillips, Chemist, Cardigan. — Mr James, Chemist. (Jioucester.—Messrs. Hodgetts and Spier. Monmouth.— Mr Hough. ]let ejui-d -I,fr C. Anthony. Tiiiie-Y Ogice llll IlMIIIB 111 .älJI W|T—M—e«H——MM— EDUCATION. nnHE ROBERT ? REST ACADEMY, Ferry Side, I Carmarthenshire, conducted by Mr. Andrews", A. B of Trin. Coll. Cambridge (assisted by able Resident Mas. ters), will be HE-OPESEO the 3lst inslant. At the above Establishment ,"ouug Gentlemen are instructed in the Greek. Latin. French, Italian, and Ger- man Lansruatres, a complete course of .Mathematical arid English Studies, and have every attention paid to their mental improvement and domestic comfort. Robert's Rest, July 11th, If>37 REV. HUGH" WILLIAMS, M. A., LLANDAFF, RECEIVES into his Family, FOUR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, to instruct with his own San, for the Publ: Schools, or the Universities. T f. P. M S Instructions in Greek and Latin, Mathematics, IliUorv, Use of the Globes. Writing, Rudiments of A rithmctir, &c. I'nde.r Twelve Years of Age, (Washing included) 40 Guineas. Above Twelve Years of Age, (Washing included) ;,0 ditto. Masters, if required, on the usual Terms. Each Pupil to bring with him Six. Towels. A Quarter's Notice before the removal of a Pupil. The present Vacation will end on MONDAY, the 31st instant. 1,1,in(laff, July 12Lh, 1837. IFMUm EmiDLWA'Wu I^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Sealed l_N Certificates oi Shares in this Company, will be delivered to Registered Proprietors, whose calls are dulv paid on and afterthe 31, l day of.ILLY next, between the hours of 10 in 'he Morning and 4 in the Afternoon, at the RAILWAY OEEICE CARDIFF. Printed forms of Claim may be had. on application. at the above Oltiee, and snould be. left for examination >■>. Days previous to the delivery of the Certificates. By order of the Board of Directors, JOSEPH B\LL, Secretary. "N.B. As Sealed Certificates will be delivered to the Registered Proprietor of ehch Share, the Claims of unregistered Parishes in respect of scrip Certiticates, onlv cannot he recognised. Railway Office, Carditf, June 13, 1357. HULL AND SELBY RAILWAY. TO IKON-MASTERS. '"l'M-IE DIRECTORS will meet at the Railway ) Otiice. on THUIISDW, the IOfh UJGUST, at Twelve o'clock, to receive TENDERS for 1000 Tons of Iron Rails, the S^ecilieation of w\ne'i may be seen at ihe Railwav Oliice. Hull; or at the ("ifl'ire. of Messrs. WAI.KF.fi & Bnii(,t:s, 23, Great George Street, West- minster. The Director's do not bind themselves to accept the lowest offer, and the parties tendering, ot their Agents, areexpcced to hciu alt' n:'«nce at the time specified. By order, \;CEO:iGF. LOCKING, Secretary. Hailwav f)nií", S Street HULL AND SKLiiY RAILWAY. TO CONTRACTORS. r-w,iilf DIRi>f I OiiS liavinj hor>n prevented from' J r«or ivinc I Rudcrs on tlio 2th Jun^, us idvertised, owing a difiiculty respecting tl!e Bridtre over the River Derwent, Goitre is therefore hereby given, That TEN D..RS will r<-ceived at the -Jailwav Office, tor t ie "'it s a ready advertised, (ejrcevtiuq the bridi/e "T 1«r before Till'I'S DAY, the 10th IU*L S at 1-^ o Clock when the Directors will meet, and W ip;i t leir parties Tendering, or their Agents, will be expeced to Kttend. The Directors will tirefcr that the Tenders specifv the amount of the Cast Iron Work of the Bridges, and the fitting am fixing of I Ii e same, with the W'roughl Iron necessary for lixing ,|1P Cast frou Work, distinct frorn the Masonry and other Works of the Bfidres, and will jeceive IKNOHts for Pit}JPr „f the alJlwc d visions, without the other. By ordpr, GEORGE LOCKING, Secretary. Railwnv Ofheo, 5j.t Savile Street, Hull, July 18, TO IRON-MASTERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVRN, that the Com- •ii lll,ttee the jvlomnoutbshii'e Canal Navigation, "KCRIVK TENDERS. FOR w itli 'i Vim'c a" j 0 'ignored IONS of TRAM. I LA I EN made of bright grey Iron. The l.'ails to be our co o,yo# wishing 70ihs. each, 20 Tons of which to ie < ( '^rt <tt thehotioinof the (iantre Pitch, on the assa i.,n 'oa,'> and ."50 Tons at the Itisitig Sun, Public' oii.e, on t ie Blaenavon Rail Road. The Tram Plates to he stx feet: PhUes, weighing lSOIbs. each; 100 Tons o e < e i\( rP(j Mmrheeg Bridge, on the Beaufort Tram Load, and lt>0 Tons at It,sea Tram I'oad Bridge. w,1°'p to be sound, strong casting. er .otis wishing to ( ontract for the same, are requested l"'°PnsaU 1 oimniUee.. bv Eleven o Mock in the foienoon, on Friday the llih of August ?■. ayment to be by Cash, on the completion of the delivery. 1 THOMAS COOKE, Clerk to tlte Canal Company. Canal Office, Newport, July 27th 1837. WE, the underMimed. being Land Owners, or duly autliori^pil Agents of l.r.rid Ownera witliin the Parish of LE A NTRISSENT, in the County of GL\MORG\N, whose interest is not less than One- fourth part of the whole valire of Land subject to Tytlies iu the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in writing under our hands, CALL A PAROCHIAL ME-E'J.Gof L\D OW:EltS and TYTllE OW\'EHS within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of Ti 'p r-ew, A<; l{K R^T for the GENERAL COM- i i> i °f 1 Y'TI ES. within the limits of the sa' aris i, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the Sixth and Seventh Years of the Ilelgn of his ¡"te Alailfty, intit,iled An Act for the Commuta- tion of Tythes in ''mgland and Wales," and WE 110 HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such .Meeting will be held at the TOWN HALL, in the Town and J'arlh of LLAXTRfSSEST aforesaid, on F llDAV, » f„ ly of AUGUST next, at the hour of Ten in the forenoon. Given IIlHlq OUr hands this Fourteenth day at July 1837. THOMAS BOLD, uent for and on behaif of Earl Talbot. A THOMAS B')!.D. Apnt for and on behalf of Lord Dynevor. W. B. M. LILE. H. F. RIC.'vARDS. a Fiat in Bankruptcy is awarded > Y and issued ag.in„ Jnhn „ll(wi^ Bird of Uie Town of Br dgend, ,n the Co|1|J (jf Glaraors'an, Sta- t.onerand Grocer, and he bejng Bankrupt.. IS herehy required to surrender "himelf to the Com- rntssto aid Fiat named, or the major part of "T' 7JV r ;i-V'he S,'«>nd dav of August next, and on th;< 1 if h day 0 September following, at Eleven ot the C.ock in he forenoon, on each .lav, at the Westgatc Inn, in the County 0f Monmouth, and [make a ful! ,liscovl'ry alld d'sclosnr of his Estate and EiJ'ects; when an w iere e reditors are to come prepared to prove their e s, and at the first Sitting to choose Assignees, and, at the last Sitting, the said Bankrupt is required to fInIsh his Examination, and the Creditors are to assent to or disse.nt fro,„, the allowance of his Certificate. All 1 ersons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or that have any us -fiecta, are not to pay or (jejiver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but give nonce to Messrs. Uorn, and To 31, Saint j or to Mr Stephen Towgood, SullCltor, Canhfi. [y TO TIIP. .ç GENTRY AND FREEHOLDERS, THE County of Glamorgan; GENTLEMEN-, ——— 1BEG to npprize you that the Magistrates, asscm- -<- blt-tl at the Neath Quarter Sessions, considered it essential, that an additional CORONER for the County should hc appointed, and that the Parishes of Mcrthyr,Ce))y;an\ Abcrd.ire, Lniiwonno and Ystrad- including the Hamlet of Rbigos, should be the District for which he should especially act. and in which he should reside; and thev directed the the neccssary measures to be taken accordingly, to obtain an additional Coroner duly appointed. Being a resilient in Merthyr, the central Town of the District and in other respects well qualified to discharge efficiently the duties of that important office, I hope for the honour of your V otps and sup- port in my behalf at the Election, which will shortly take place- It is considered, and I think properly so that all public offices in Wales should be filled bv persons well acquainted with the Welsh Language. I am happy to say, that I am very well acquainted with that Language; for without knowing it, I should consider myself unfit for an office, more peculiarly exercised in respect of accidents happening to the working clarses of the iron and coal works, who, with few fxceptions, converse in the Welsh Lan^ua^e exclusively. u. When the day of Election will Ikave been fixed, Twill ghc the earliest notice of the time, that mv Friends, and those Gentlemen who have so kindly aud warflly honored me with their support mav be enabled to attend with the least possible inconvenience to themselves. I beg to return my most <rrateful thanks for the suplort 1 have received, and which, 1 can truly say, gi'es me every prospec t of success. I have the honor to he, Gentlemen Your most obedient humble servant, WM. DAVIES. Aleitlivr, Jutie 3otli, ISS-I. TO THE uWgDUTY, (DEjNTRV9 AND FREEHOLDERS OF THE County of Glamorgan. MY LORf) A-ID OEXTLEMEV, T ADDRESSED you on the 1st and 3rd of April i last, sol iciting" the favour of your Votrs for the CORONERSHIP for the Eastern Division of this County since which, the Lord Chancellor has been petitioned to appoint an additional Coroner for the district, including Merthvr, Aberdare, Gellyo-aer Lan- wonno, Ystradavodog and Rhigos; and I again be"-to ofTer myself as a CrunliJato for the appointment, beino- an Inhabitant of MertUvr and a member of the Legal Profession, and possessing the qualifications necessary for such a responsible and important office. My opponent says, one qualification for the Coro- ncrship is a complete knowledge of the Welsti lan- guage. Now, while I have no doubt I shall be fallv qualified in this respect, as my profession rendered it prudent for me to become acquainted with the Welsu language, and I have given my attention to it pre vious to the vacancy for the Coronership, and I feel fully satisfied I have acquired a competent knowledge; but I deny that even this is really necessary. The Judges, the Magistrates, the Barristers, and all the Coroners throughout Wales, conduct all their pro- ceedingsin English, and not in Welsh: nor is such a qualification in the least necessarv for the ends of jus- tice, or lor tne people, as most of them, iu Merthyr, converse freely in English. Such a statement can only weigh with such as would vote from prejudice, and is only made for that purpose. As my qualifications remain unquestioned, allow me again humbly to solicit the favor of vour Votes at the approaehing Eleetion. i have the honor to be, With great respect, Vour very obedient humble servant, JA.MLS WARD RUSSELL, Solicitor. Mertliyr Tidfil, Tth July, ]S3;. THE ITMVERSAL I.I REASSURANCE^ SO- k COitNHIUj, LONDON, for Lives, .-Mirvivorsbips, hndownnmis, for Children, and for tbe Purebase and Sale of Inversions and Annuities. Capital 4500,000. ittrons. Colonel Sir ROMRRT H. CIJM IFFK, But. Sir GCOCF.F. THOMAS STAUNTOK, Bart- M.P. F.R.S Major-General Sir JASI'ER NICHOI.LS, K.C.B. Sir KAI Pit Kiev.. Colonel Sir JAIES S! Tfinnt A\D idirirrtars. Sir Hknry W'U.LCOCK, K.L.S. Chairman. Juns STI'.WAHT, Ksq. M.P. Deputy Cbairman. J..hn 1agshi\w, Esq. Charles ot%,ay Ma%,iie, Es(l. Alevander Baillie, Ksq. Robert Munro, lisq. Augustus Bosanquet, Ksq. John Rno,,er,,itln. Esq. Clias. Uasiiwood Bruce, ICsq. Hees (Jtmrig Thomas, Ksq. Kllis Watkin Cunclille, Ksq. J;is. Duncan Thomson, Eio William Kilhurn, Esq. Capt. Saml. Thornton, K.N T?-ctisiii-cr,- Pasco St. Leger Grenfell, Esq. ubitors. Crawford Davison Kerr, Esq. John Arnold Melio, Esq. Timothy Wi^gin, Esq. Bankers—Sir James Ksdaile and Co. I'hysicuin—Benjamin C. Pierce, Esq, M.D. Solicitors*— Messrs \ind and Oostcrill. Actuary—Robert Christie, Esq. Table shewing the annual premium fur assuring £100011 a Single Life. Age. hoi# Life. Seven Years. One Year. 'j? 1 15 0 1 0 2 0 18 2 o? I IS 8 1 2 11 1 1 9 ^|233 166 I41 ™ 2 8 10 1 10 1 « 4 35 2 I t 11 1 13 9 112 5 ™ 3 3 0 I 17 1 1 15 4 3 12 2 2 3 3 1 la b °° 456 2 15 1 2 g 2 -)I rThomas Jones Phillips, Agent to the Universal, solicits attention to tbe above specimen of rates for ■•n^iand. They are as low as is consistent with perfect security, antl shew the advatitases offered to the public oy this Society, which further sec-ures the interest of the jSId,.by returning to them three-fourths ofthe profits J he Directors of this Society have caused investigation to be made with great care into all the Institutions fo J'ife Insurances existing in the country, and they trust they have been fortunate in selecting from ea,ch what as a whole w i)i place their Kstablisbnient on the most secure, judicious, and slltisfactorv foottnp, b..th to the Proprietors and to the assured. A branch of the Universal has been formed in the letropolis cf India, and agents, Messrs. Bagshaw and o., "ppointed, so as to atiord reciprocal advantages to both Ksiablisliments. or further information, apply at the Office in Lon» don, or anv of the following Auents:- j i. Phillips, Esq. Newport, Monmouth. C'-orgR H. Bevan, Esq. Brecon. jJr>wninan Brothers, Bristol. J*- Downman, Ksq. Carmarthen. Robert Dunkin, I'sq. Llan<"ll>- • ohn Koulkes. Ksq. Wrexhain. A. H. Gabell. Esq. Crickbowell. « Foster Geach, Ksq. Poniy Pool. fv'eil L. Harries, Ksq. Llandovery, • I-allett, Esq. Worcester. liver Lloyd, Esq. Cardigan. C. B. Mansfield, Ksq. Swansea. Ho)'nou Mascon Esq. Gloucester. K. Paynter, Ksq, Pembroke. • • J; 'pkin, Ksq Llandilo. • K J. yotill 9, Ksq. Chelteoharo5 V \7 ANTED an ASSISTANT, or YOUTH, in a ▼ T Kh^Pl CTSBLK PROVISION SHOI Atiplv, if by Letter, post paid, to Mr H. W. VVLite Bookseller, anil Stationer, Merthyr T\dtil. 1_ NOTICE NOT TO SPORT. (OTp (SlECa)^ ON HI" <.E.\rF. THr DUKE OF BEAUFORT'S A It) T,, i, EABl Or ABERGAVENNY'S <32 3&&&? IN Flip. COUNTIES OF J\1 NMOUTH AND BRRCOV. Neou-equence of the scarcity of GAME. NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVi.'v, that no 1'ersi will he allowed to Sport on the above Hil1.' he encuin^ Season and any Person found Trespassing, either {Q>r the purpose of breaking-in Dogs, or under an) other pretence whatever, will be pros cuted. A RKWARI) OF THRKE GLTNF.AS, (Over and above riliat isal owed bv Act of Parliament.) will he paid by Thwtn&s Hill. Ksq., of Blaenavou. or Mr Davics. Land Agoni, IVinnvartb, iit.ar Crickhonell, to any Peioti givin,, information that will lead to the conviction of the Trespassers. July 25th 1S3T. TO COLLIERS- vy ANTED 20 or 30 strong working COLLIERS 11' of oocl Character, to Work at a Colliery, near 1 oiitypooi the Colliery pore air and in excellent con- dit ion. Ap,ply to Jobn '.Nlauiid, r|Hi: undersig-ned, authnrized to act on behalf i- of the BANK of MONTRKAL, Lower Canada, bea- have to notifv to the that Messrs. SMITH* PAYNI-, and SMITHS, of London, have become the IS in this Country of said Bank, and lhat t!,ev will receive deposits of money from persons proceeding to tbe Canadas, or who may wish to make payments in those provinces to their friends and that the said Bank of Montreal will account for and repay monies so lodged with the Agents, Messrs. Smith, I'ayne, and Smith. to the panies authorized to receive the s»me, together with the premium of exchansre current of the day on. which information is received ill Canada of Slh. h deposits being made in London. ROBERT GILLESI IR. "NATHANIELGOI Lit. London, July 2), 1

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