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rJJ j,):JJ:J J.J t 21 (JJ CJ.)W Co De goit* fie uftion, Bv Messrs. WHITE and SOX, At the BKMJI'O T ARMS, IN-N;, fO'HOl'TH, cn I'UKSDAY the 2tili Day of OCTOBKR, insunt, be- tween the hours of Poiir and Six o'clock, in the After- ternoon. su'ject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced. F MONMOUTHSHIRE. IOT 1.—The COPPICE of part ofCEFN MAWR j WOOD, containing about 60 Acres, (Tythe free) situate in the Hamlet, of Monkshood, together with 1510 Oak double and treble Storers, crossed with a sciibe, standing therein. LOT 2. —TWO COPPICE WOODS STANDING on part of COURT Y (iAElt FAIIM, containing 5A.1R.22P. situate in the Parish of J.anvihangel Tregmynydd. to- gether with 12 Oak double Storers. crossed with a scribe, and 27 Oak, 2 Ash, and 1 Beech Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, standing therein. LOT 3._ rvo COPPICE WOODS, on LAN- I'EVBLT FAPIM. containing 7A. OIL 4l*. situate in the Parish of Woolvesnewton, together with 244. sh, 83 Wytch, and 14 Beech Timber Trees, numbered with red painr standing therein and on the Lantis adjoininv. LOT 4 —The GUEAT and LITTLE LEVOX WOODS, containing3SA. 3R. 35P. situate in the Parishes of Mitchel Trov. and Penalt, with 40 Oak, 17 Ash, and 7 "Wytch double Storers, crossed with a scribe, standing therein. LOT a.-The COPPICE of TROY PARK, con- taininsj 47A. 2R 25P. situate in the Parish of Mitchel Trov, together with 175 Oak and 30 Ash double Storers, and 9 Beech Timber Trees, crossed with a scribe, and all the unmarked Larch and Firs therein. LOT 6.—The COPPICE of TROY ORLES, and a small Wood adjoining,containing together 45A. 2R.24P. situate in the Parish of Mitchel Troy, with 110 Oak, 44 Ash, 5 Wytch, and two Beech, double Storers, crossed with a scribe, standing therein. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. LOT 7.-TheCOPPICEofCWMSBURY WOOD, containing about 11 Acres, situate on the Dag House Farm, in the Parish of Tidenham, together with 500 Oak double and treble Storers, crossed with a scribe, standing therein. LoT 8. — Three COPPICE WOODS, called MONKREDDING, the ROUND WOOD, and REEKES'S G ROVE, containing together, 20A. 3R. OP. situatein the Parish of Woolastone, with 400 Oak double and treble Storers. and 19 Beech Timber Trees, crossed with a scribe, standing therein. H. There will be reserved in Lot 7, 60 Conls of Wood, and in Lot 8, 1*20 Cords, for the use of the A hbey Tintern Iron Works, for which the Purchasers will be allowed 53. 6d. per Cord. Noel Stinchcomb, of Usk, will shew I.ot 1 John Powell, of the Devauden, Lots 2 and 3; George Godwin, of Trov Lodge, Lots 4. 5, and 6 and William Thurston, of the "Chase House, Tidenham, Lots 7 and 8 further Particvlars may be known on application at Troy House, or of the Auctioneers, at Coleford, BOROUGH OF MERTHYR Co fit ZHupoartr of, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, A HOUSE and SHOP, most desirably situate in the centre of the High Street, and exactly opposite the New Market Place; together with the ST tCK con- sisting of Second-hand Wearing Apparel, Down and Feather Beds, &c. &c. The present Tenant ha occupied the premises for the last Twenty-five years, during which time he has carried en a most lucrative business: ill health alone compels him now to give it up. Tbe House is commodious, with a good Garden behind, and the I!ent moderate. For further particulars, apply to Mr Henry Lyon, High Street. Meithyr. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Co be Itct, Within a short distance of the Taff Vale Railway and the Glamorganshire Canal, UPWARDS of 700 Acres, within a ring fence, of V.iluhle MINERAL PROPERTY, abounding in Coal. Ironstone, and Fire-Clay, of superior quality. A Vein of this Coal is now working by Level, for the use of the neighbourhood, under a strong roof asd cutting large. For further particulars apply, by letter, post paid, to -Nlr F.. P. itiebards, Solicitor, Cardiff.. CRICKIIOWELL. kro fit Urt, FOR A TERM OF YEARS, A COMMODIOUS FAMILY RESIDENCE, corn. manding a beautiful view of the River Usk "od adjoining Scenery, with Coach-House, Stable, and Two Acres of Land, including Garden and Shrubbery- For further particulars. apply, if by Letter, post paid, to Mr Hi-nry Morgan, Auctioneer, Crickhowell. Part of the Furniture may be taken by appraisement if desirable. IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS FOR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, AND OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION, AND OTHERS BY GEORGE BRAMWF.LL, INNER TEMPLE, Parliamentary Agent. 1. rpHE MANNER OF PROCEEDING ON | BILLS IN" THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 4to, £ 1 5s. 4to, £1 5s. This Publication is thus mentioned in the LITERARY GAZETTE of 18th May, 1833: "This most necessary and valuable Treatise will be found essentially tisefil to every Member of Parliament, and to every one having Parliamentary business to transact. It is at once an excellent guide and a perfect authority." \nd in the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE of 1st Ju!y 1833: The author of this very valuable tome has probably given it to the world in the spirit of the great lexico- grapher. content to pioneer away for others through difficulties and obstructions, which they only can appre- ciate who follow him in the path he has made so plain and straight. To he thoroughly master of the whole book is the obvious interest of every one who pretends to the name of a Senator. It is a complete Digest of one branch of Parliamentary Law, an arrangement and classification of materials collected from various sources, forming a work which should be the study of every Mpmber of Parliament, and have a place in the library of every Law Student. Nor is it scarcely less worthy of perusal by the general reader, who lays any claim to the title of intelligent.■' And in the TiMES of 26th December 1833 r This is a work which must prove invaluable to Mem. bprs of Parliament and persons interested in Private Bills. It has always been a matter of regret that the great Parliamentary authority, Hatsell, has only inciden- tally noticed the proceedings on Bills in Parliament, although the subject is of snfficient interest and importance to have demanded a separate treatise. The inconve- nience of this omission will no longer be felt, for the present volume supplies all the information which can be obtained upon that point. and which has been collected from the Journals of Parliament and books of reference with extraordinary care and industry, and arranged in a clear, methodical manner. In a work of this nature, the arrangement of the matter is a point of no incon- siderable importance, and we think that the admirable classification of the great variety of materials which enter iuto the composition of Mr Bramwell's book cannot fail to render it of great practical utility. We conclude by recommending every Member of the House of Commons, who wishes to make himself acquainted with an important brinch of that intricate and difficult-to-be-understood subject, the business of The House, to procure a copy of this work." Since the original Publication in 1S33, to which the above criticisms apply, a Supplement has been added, comprising 200 pages, mostly on points which have re- cently occurred in practice, without any addition to the price. It also contains a Plan for improving the form of Acts of Parliament, particularly those comprised in the nu- nierolis and important classes under which local improve- ments are effected and for consolidating the ordinary provisions, when improved, i-nto one Act, which would considerably reduce the length, and expense of such Acts, and establish one uniform well-considered general law. instead of local laws on the same subject, varying according to the judgment and taste of the frarner of the Bill. It would be a great relief to the Legislature, and afford a great assistance in preparing such Bills. 2. ANALYTICAL TABLE of the PRIVATE ACTS passed between 1727 and 1834. 2 vols. El 10s. The 2nd vol. alone, 10s. ) bis Table is constructed upon anew plan, combining the three chief methods of arrangement, chronological, alphabetical, and according to the subject-matter, and mutually assisting each other whereby the search may be made in less than one-twentieth part of the time, and with more certainty than in any other table now in use. To this table are added a classification of the Estate Acig, under a 148 separate heads, Alphabetical Indices to the Estate and Inclosure Acts, and a full explanation of the modern Division of Acts of Parliament. s. DIGEST of the SEVEN ACTS for BUILD- ING CHURCHES in ENGL AND, with postenpt point- ing out how the future operations of the Two great Institutions of Building Churches would be paralized, if Church Rates were repealed. Second Edition, 3s. The First Edition, comprising the two earliest Acts, is in substance inserted in the 1st vol. of Burn's Ecclesias- tical Law, Edition 1834. Note by the Learned Editor. The following Abstract of the complicated provisions of these Acts is principally taken from Mr Bramwell's excellent Digest of these Acts, to which tbe Reader is in particular recommended for a more exlerided reference." 4. A CLASSIFICATION of all the CLAUSES in the fisting GENERAL TURNPIKE ACTS for ENG- LAND, omitting the repealed and repealing Clauses, ,which are referred to at the end. Is. This Classification is intended as a substitute for a Consolidation of the Turnpike Code, comprising 13 Acts. It will save the Student of the Turnpike Laws days of painful study. „ „ Sold by Clarke, Portugal-Street; Butterworth, 7, t .^i'Leet-streec; Cadeil, 141, Strand; Payne and Foss, "Fill Mall; Hivingtons, St. Paul's Churchyard Alld '■^Vioerloo-pUce t IUld Jiatcbard; 100, Piccadilly, s-u V ? rm,lm I R. PARKINSON, SURGEON-DENTIST, (O' j,\jL No. 3, Prince's Ruildings, Bath, and brother i. Nlr J. Parkinson, of Sackville Street, London.) begs to inform his patients that he has REMOVED his Pro- fessional RESIDENCE in BRISTOL, from N". 26 to No. 12, PARK H EET, where he UJay now be consulted EVERY MONDAY. [A CARD.] SH. WITHERS begs leave to inform the N<>- • bility, Gentry, and Public generally, ot the County of Glamorgan, that he will have for SALE, on THURSDAY next, the l"2th instant, (in addition to a numerous Catalogue for the usual Weekly Sale), 12 or i4 FltESH YOUNG IRISH HORSES, and respect- fully invites the inspection of Gentlemen who are not vet suited for the approaching season, as among them will lie found several Hunters of a superior description. Bristol Horse Baiaar, 6:h October, 1837. CD.11 :.v.:J Lr:J 2iJ<D?2} L! :g !J!J A LI. PERSONS are requested TO REFRAIN FROM SHOOTING, or otherwise TRESPAS- SING, on the Lauds of J. Bruce Pnce, and J. H. Allen, P'sqrs: in the Parishes of Aberdare and Llanwonno, and the lands of C. K. Tynte, Esq., ia the Hamlet of Cefn- pennar. Also, from the Pantycerdinen, Cwmbach, and Craig- Gilfach Fauns, belonging to the Marquis of Rllte; Ffynon y Gog, the Property of the Honourable R. H. Clive the Farms of Tyrlletty-Jcnkin, Abercwmboi, and Abernant-y-sros lssa, in the said Parish of Aherdare; and the Lands belonging to the Miskin Estate, and N. V. E. V aughan, Esq., iu the Vale of Cyuou, in the said Parish of Liaawontto. All unauthorized Persons found Trespassing, after this Notice, will be punished according to f.aw. Dytfryn, Aberdare, Sept. 29th, IS37. SUBSCRIPTION I AID OF na EHESTIOiM RETHTBGMS. AT a Meeting bold; Wednesday, August 30, 1837, at the London Coffee House,Ludgate Hill, ANDREW SPOTTISWOODE, Esq., in the Chair. It was resolved- That a Subscription be now entered into, in aid of the expenses of the Dublin and other Irish election petitions, and that, with a view to invite the contributions of all classes, it is expedient to request only ONE SOVEREIGN from each person, without, however, refusing larger or smaller donations if offered. The following gentlemen have consented to act as a Committee for the disposal of the funds so obtained :— Edw. Smith Bigg, Esq. John Masterman, Jun. Esq. Edward Baldwin, Esq. P. C. Moore, Esq. John Barwise, Esq. Samuel Oliver, Esq. Colonel Clitherow. Will. Paynter, Esq. Nath. Clifton, Esq. J. D. Powles, Esq. R. B. Follett, Esq. Rich. Ramsden, Esq. Sir John Gibbons, Bart. J. M. Strachan, Esq. Thomas Hamilton, Esq. Dan. T. Shears, Esq. Oliver Hatgreave, Esq. Andrew Spottiswoode,Esq. Henry Hoare, Esq. R. B. Seeley, Esq. John Hooper, Esq. Edwin W. Scadding, Esq. R. Lambert Jones, Esq. Thos. Walford, Jun. Esq. Geo, HerbertKinderley ,Esq Treasurre.—John Masterman, Jun. Esq. ( A long list of Subscribers follows.) The Committee have also to acknowledge, with thanks, the offer of several of the country Conservative Journals, to advertise the subscription free of charge. The Committee trust that the Conservatives in the leading towns of the ehipire will, without delay, form Local Committees, and obtain subscriptions in their own neighbourhoods. Subscriptions are received by Messrs. Masterman and Co., Nicholas Lane; Messrs. Praeds and Co., Fleet Street; and Messrs. Herries, Farquhar, and Co., St. James's Street. Subscriptions will also be received in Merthyr, at the GI ARDIAN Office. NEWBRIDGE CHURCH. THE COMMITTEE (or superintenilinlr the Erec- JL tion of GLYN TAFF (NEWBRIDGE) CHURCH, are compelled to make a further appeal to Christian benevolence for this appeal they will briefly state the reasons. The ground for the Church was the gift of B. Hall, Esq., It. P. It was supposed from the nature of the soil, not only that a sure foundation would be ained, but that stone sufficient for the building would be pro- cured. In this expectation the Committee were disap- pointed. and a quarry was opened at an additional cost of CWO, The Contract was scarcely signed when ma. teria!s and labour advanced 10 per cent, causing a further expence of 1200. The objects for which funds are now required are, making the approaches to the Church, building a boundary wall-and securing the congrega- tion from the danger and inconvenience of damp, by a warm air apparatus. The first stone was laid in September of last year, the Church will be ready for consecration in November next. On this simple statement of facts, the Committee feel assured that the Christian liberality which enabled then. so speedily to commence the work and carry it on thus far, will not fail them for its completion. J. BRUCE PRYCE. Chairman. GEORG I-, THOMAS. LlandafI Court, Treasurer. C. S. IRVINE, Secretary. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. f. s. d. J. Bruce Pryce, 2nd Subscription 25 0 0 Miss Jane Traherne, Wenvoe Cottage. 5 0 0 J. J. Guest, I-' sq., tNI -P 20 0 0 Rev, G. Jones, Llanwonno 0 5 o The Chapter of Llandaff .1((0 0 0 M. B., Swansea 5 0 0 Donations will he thankfully received by the Trea- surer the Secretary the Glamorgan and Monmouth Bank, Cardiff; or Messrs. Wilkins's Bank, Merthyr. [L::T All persons who have not paid in their Subscrip- tions are, respectfully requested to do so, as the building being ntarly completed, the Contractors must be paid forthwith. A STEADY, middle aged, Married Man, who can be well recommended, WANTS A SITU- ATION AS GAME KEEPER, or GAME KEEPER and WOODWARD. Apply, if by letter, Post paid, to the Editor of the MERTHYR GUARDIAN, Merthyr. G-lamorganslxlre & Monmouthshire Infirmary. A MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS towards a Bust or Portrait of Daniel Jones, of Beanpre, will he held at the INFIIIMARY. on SATUifDAY, the Fourteenth day of OCTOB BH, 1837, at one o'clock. THOS. JACOB. Cardiff. Oct. 5th, 1837. Secretary. CARDIFF UNION., TENDERS for BUILDING a BOUNDARY WALL for inclosing 2 Acres of Land where the Union Workhouse is to be Built, will be received by the Clerk of the Board of Guardians on or before the 13th of Octoher instant, to be endorsed, 11 Tender for Boundary Wall," addressed to the Clerk, at whose Office specifica- tions of the Work may.be seen. SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the "BRECK- NOCK DISTRICT COMMITTEE," will be holden in the Town JJAII, on Thursday, the 19th inst., at I o'clock, when a Report ö1 the Proceedings of the In- stitution will be made, the audited accounts of the Trea- surer produced, and other business transacted. The Sermon will be preached the same morning, at St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Joshua Hughes, Vicar of Aber- gwilli. Divine Service to commence at Eleven o'clock. WILLIAM JONES Secretary and Treasurer. Llandcfailog, Dcarv Breckuock, Oct. 3, lftj7. N.B.—It is requested that the Branch Secretaries send in their accounts on or before the 16th Inst. Also, that the Subscribers who may be in arrears for Subscript tions or Books, be so kind as to pay the same by that day. BRECKNOCK AND ABERGAVENNY CANAL NAVIGATION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next HALF YEARLY MEETING, or Assembly of the Company of Proprietors of the said Navigation, will be held at the ANGEL INN, in the 1 own of Aberga- venny, on Thursday, the igtil itist., at 12 o clock at nOOD. I JVMES PEIRCE. Clerk to the Company of Proprietors. Llanelly Canal Office, 3rd. October, IffH. TO THE gO £ t <9&Q & or THE COUNTY OF MONMO-JTII. ALL PERSONS intending to enter into compe- tition for the PRIZE intenoed to be given at Sir Charles Morgan's next CATTLL SHOW. at COURT Y BII.LA FAHM, for the best piece of SWEDISH TUR- NIPS, must, on or before the 15th day of OCTOBER instant, Register their Names and places of residence, at the Office of Mr Thomas Jones Phillips, Solicitor, Newport. Newport, let October, J637 f r/HJ (£) 1, J.l :jJ l£I. IN PURSUANCE of Her Majesty's Writ, to me directed and delivered, for Electing a Third CORO. NKIl for tlie County 'of "GLAMORGAN, I DO HEREBY GIVK NOTICE, that I shall proceed to such Election onSATURDVY, the Fourteenth day of OCTOBER next, at Ten o'Clock in the forenoon, in the Town of B IDGEND, in the said County, at a Special County Court, to he held for that purpose, when and whore, all Persons concerned are to give their attendance. Dated this 2Uth day of September, 137. BOWEL GWYN, EsauiRU. Sheriff". TO THE MOBILITY, AND FREEHOLDERS, OF THE County of Glamorgan. G ENTLENIEN, 1"HE Lord Chancellor having issued his Writ "■* for the Election of a Third CORONER for this County, I again venture to solicit the honour of your Votes and Interest for that Office. Having so recently addressed you more fully on the subject, I have only to repeat that no exertions on my part shall be wanting to merit the confidence I seek at your hands. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, JAMES WARD RUSSELL, MerthyrTydfil, Sept. 25th, 1837. Solicitor. The High Sheriff has fixed upon the 14th of October for the Election. TO THE OF THE County of Glamorgan. GE.-CTLENIE- A WRIT for the ELECTION of a Third CORONER for this County, has been received by the Sheriff, who has fixed the Election to take place at BRIDGEND, on SATURDAY, the 14th Day of OCTOBER next, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon. The only Candidates for that Office, are Mr J. W. Russell, and myself. I take leave, therefore, to solicit of those Gentlemen and Freeholders, who have kindly promised me their support, the honour of their attendance at the Poll at Bridgend, on my behalf, on the day of Election. I believe it will not be denied that I am by many years' professional experience, and by being well versed in the Welsh Language, fully competent to discharge efficiently the important duties of "that Office. An intimate acquaintance with the Welsh Language is ac- knowledged, by every unprejudiced person, to be an indispensible requisite for properly discharging the duties of Coroner in the Iron and Coal Districts of this County, as the majority of their population are acquainted only with that language. 1 hesitate not to say, that the numerous and influen- tial support which has been promised me, is such as to leave no doubt of my success. I shall ever feel deeply grateful to my supporters. 1 have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your very obliged and ifaithful servant, WM. DAVIES. Merthyr, September 28th, 1837.

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