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GAZETTE AND GUARDIAN OFFICE, | 'Uny'Iigh Street, Merthyr Tydvil. I »I r. J. B. D I B B, BOOKSELLER, PRINTER, STATIONER, AND BOOKBINDER, RESPECTFULLY invites the NOBILITY and GENTRY to an inspection of two magnificent specimens of one of the most splendid national works eVer produced in lhis kingdom j- FINDENS' ROYAL GALLERY OF BRITISH ART. | DEDICATED BY COMMAND TO HEn MAJESTY. > Thp subjects are—"The Greek Fugitives,—one of the most masterly productions of C. L. Eas'lake, R.A.; .The Smuggler's Visit, painted by Sir Divid luie, R.A. The original of the former is in the pos- session of Sir M. W. Ridlev, Bart., M.P.; and the latter I? from the coilection of the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel. Bart., M.P. D PROSPECTUS. has long been considered a reproach to this Country, "»t tho.emincnce of its Painters is neitherso extensively so justly known as it deserves to be; and lliat their °R'TS' (S,LET'IER P'e fancy, of pathos, or of humour), *ve n°t been sufficiently diffused by Engraving. No °rk, containing a Selection of the finest Productions ° the British Pencil, so collated as to impress the Public Renerally with a correct idea of the invention, the feei- ng. and the power, of the BRITISH SCHOOL, has ""htrto been published. Numerous sptendd Engravings of some fine Works of ""j ^r,'sts» honourable alike to Painting, to Engraving, to our Country, have appeared separately and inci- entally; but to manv, these, from their size and price. are unattainable. The beautiful Productions of both Arts, which decorate our Annual Publications. cannot, all small book plates, render justice to the enpression "'hlch the Painter has given to his subject; nor can they convey to Foreigners a just estimate of the talent which Produced them by these Works our Artists are raised No higher in their opinion than as skilful illustrators of books. In this publication of the GALLERY OF BRITISH ART, it is intended to prorluce a Work truly NATION A L in ^hich a selection from the most beautiful Pictures of British Painters, commencing with the era of Sir J- Reynolds, will be engraved, in the finest line manner, ipon a size (nearly 12 inches by 9), which scale will not only enable the eminent Historical and Landscape En- gravers, who are already engaged, to preserve the ex- pression and refinement of the Originals, hut will also put the Work within the reach of those who, with limited raeans, have, from nature or acquirement, a feeling for such productions. Messrs FINDEN are exceedingly gratified in stating, that several distinguished Patrons of Art have opened « their Galleries to them for this adventurous undertaking K nd that the PRESIDENT and MEMBERS of the ROYAL "CADTMY have, in the most kind and liberal manner, Promised their support and co-operation. Annexed is t Testimony of Approval: Reeling that the statements set forth in the Prospectus to < Findens' Gallery of British Art* are its unison with OUT views of the subject, and believing, from the Specimens tve have seen, that it is calculated to diffuse, through the Medium of Line Engraving, a knowledge of the best Eng- modern Pictures, we cheerfully add our testimony of approbation." MARTIN ARCHER SHEE,. President of the Royal Academy. Edw. IT. Baily Henry Howard > Beechcy William Ililtou H. Perronet Brings fl^cirwe J.irYf"#^—- Alfred Edw. Chalon Edwin Landseer F. Chantrey Chas. R. Leslie A. Cooper Thomas Phillips Iticil. Cook H. W. PickersLill Clias. liob. Cockerell Rich. Westmacott C. T. Eastlake William Wilkins C. Stanficld Jeffry Wyatville A. W. Callcott James Ward Thlls, with ready access to the best Productions of native talent,ie cordial and united efforts of every artist, added to their own professional experience, combined v'ith a determination to spare no expense. Messrs Fiiuien feel assured of producing a Work that siia.1 merit the patrnn-ige of an enlightened Public. It is proposed 10 issue Three Tarts in the course of the Year—each Part to contain Three Engravings. The- size will be about 12 inches by 9-sufficicntly large for framing. Tley will be delivered in a Portfolio, accom- panied by such explanatory Letter-press as may be con- sidered necessary. The First Part will be delivered very shortly. Subscription Lists are now open, and the slrictest at- tention will be paid to the delivery of Copies in the order in which they are subscribed for. i List of Distinguished Personages who have already Subscribed:— HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN DOWAGER. HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF HANOVER HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF THE FRENCH HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF THE FRENCH T His MAJESTY THE KING OF BELGIUM hER ROYAL HIGHNESS THF. DUCHESS OF KENT His ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF SUSSEX HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS AUGUSTA HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF GLOUCESTER His Grace the Archbishop of York His Grace the Duke of Bedford V His Grace the Duke of Devonshire His Grace the Duke of Beaufort His Grace the Duke of Sutherland His Grace the Duke of Bnccleuch The Most Noble the Marquess of Cholinondeley The Most Noble the Marquess of Westminster The Most Noble the Marquess of Northampton The Dowager Marchioness of Cholmondeley The Right Hon. the Earl of Egretnont The Right Hon. the Earl of Kftseit The Right Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield lie Right Hou, the Earl Mulgrave, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland The Right Hon. the Earl Wilton The Right Hon. Lord Western The Right Hon. Lord De Tahley The Right Hon. Lord Valletort The Right Horn Lord Northwick The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of London be Rjgbt Hon. Lord John Russell 1 he Countess of Blessington s The Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart., M.P. The lj>rii Viscount Nevill Lord Viscount Lake Lord Sandon. M.P. i Lord Henry Russell Sir Thomas Baring, Bart. &ie Matthew White Ridley, Bart. gir Martin Archer Slice, P.R.A. { t-ount D Orsay r Counts Batthyany Subjects already finished or in progress. AN IMPORTANT PORTRAIT OF HER MAJESTY IS IN PREPARATION, AS PATRON OF THIS WORK. PAINTED BY 1 I)eer Stalkers inthe Highland* Edwin Landseer, R.A. 4 '"he Smuggler's Visit Sir David Wilkie, R.A. j^a,herine and Pctruchio C. R. Leslie, R.A. Contain Maclieath, Lucy, and | Po'.ly., G. S. Newton, R.A. L Clrc-t-k Fugitives C. I.. Eastlake, R.A. I psta °f tbe Pie Di Grotta T. TJ wins, A .R.A. I "scape of Carrara, Sovereign of RAAUA T-J. L,. hastlaKe. it.ft. I K AR AN<^ Cordt-lia G. S. Newton, R.A. Roger de Coverley and the _,GIPGIES C. R. Leslie, R.A. VK6 ^'S',ERI",ATL'S Family W. Collins; R.A. *NE Disconsolate G. S. Newton, R.A. U'L Length Tortrait of his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, I „ ^RESIDENT of the Royal Society T. Phillips, R.A. LI risoners C. L, Eastlake, R.A. S/'PFY as a King W. Collins, It.A. Interior of a Highlander's V "ouse E. Landseer, R.A. .J^F'CE ] C- Ssanfield, R. A. ^E Ruins of Oaithage W. Linton. I 1 I G °F Trafalgar C. Stanfield, R.A. | HATTLE of Waterloo G. Jones, R.A. J Icep Washing Sir ])avid Wilkic,R. A r of'V*E A',OVE ARE IN the collections of his Grace the Duke I B 1 ORI'LUNI^Erland THE Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, | ART*' I—the TJOU. the Earl of Egremont,— | < t the Most Noble the Marquess of Lansdowne ;—Sir M. W. Ridley, Birt. NI.1. ;-ttie Right Hon. the Earl of Normanton,—James Morrison. Esq. M.P.;—the Right BOil. Lord Asliblirton ;-tlic Right Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield ;-tlie. Right Hon. Earl Ferret-s -George Banks, Esq. ;-W. Weii,. Esq. ;-R. Vernon, Esq. The United Service Cl,ib -and Sir Thomas Baring, Bart.- Arrangements have also been marie for Pictures by the following Masters. Sir J. Reynolds, P.H.A. Witherington, A.R.A. Sir T. Lawrence, P.R. C. Landseer A RA. Sir M. A. Shee, P.li.A. Lee. A.U.A. Sir A. W. Callcott, R.A. Brockedon, Irtirner, it.A. Cattermole, CI)aloij, ]I. Duncan. Cooper, R.A. Alex. Fiaser, E:tv, R.A. Harding, Howard R.A. Lewis, Hilton, R.A. G. Patten, Mulready. R.A. Roberts, Allan, R. P. Williams, B r i it. A. &c, Sic. Maciise.A.R.A. LONDON Published for the Proprietors by i7. G. MOON, by Special Appointment Printseller in Ordinary to her Majesty, 20, Threadneedle Street; and at 18 and 19, Southampton Place, Euston Square. J. E. DIBB. Agent, High Street, Merthyr Tydvil. OF WHOM MAY ALSO BE HAD Every Description of Stationery. Letter Paper i Q tills Foolscap Steel P,ns Printing Papers S aiiii, Wax Brown Paper—various J Wafers s,zes Account Books, Pens &C. &C &C- All Orders for New Books, Mair^zines. and Periodicals, as well as for Priming and Bookbinding, promptly executed. TOWN OF BRECKNOCK. ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FUStNITlTHB. Prime Ftather Beds, splendid Cliiiia 4- Earlheii- ware, Kitchen and Culinary requisites; a hand- some P Jus ton, pair of Carriage Horses, three Ponies, and a Carl Hore; Hay, Potatoe;, Sfc., Sfc..for Sale. HUGH JONES, Begs to announce that lie has been instructed o Sell 1)1) Siuftton, ( Without the least reserve.) On MONDAY, the 26th day of FEBRUARY, 1830. HPHE whole of the EFFECTS at ST. JOHN'S I MOUNT, comprising Mahogany Four-Posts, French. Tent, and other Bedstead?, with Chintz and Dimity Furniture, and Windsw Curtains to match, excellent wfOlI.a<oncd Feather Reds, Blankets, Quilts, Counter- panes, Bed-«ide Carpeting, Palliasses, Hair and other Matresses, Dressing Tables and Swing Looking Glasses, Commodes Chamber Chairs. Mahogany Cliesl& Drawers, Wardrobes with folding door, and drawers, Wash-h uid Ptk-tdir Bt") StPns. Niirhr TA!I1*«; »» -r Mahogany Dining Tallies, Mihoganv Pembroke and other Tables, Rosewood Sopha Table, Pair of Rosewood Card Tables, Mahogany Hair-bottomed Chairs, Oak Cane-bottomed Chairs, toned grand Pianofoite. (Vew.) handsome Sofas, Brussels and other Carpets, with Hearth Rugs, several Ottom*ns&Cushions; French and other Time Piecps; an Eight-day Clock; a splendid Dinner Service, Breakfast and Tea ditto; a rich Plated Epergne, and a quantity of Plated Articles and Cut Glass; Copper Sktittles, Brass Tripnpti; Travs and Waiters; the usual assortment of Kitchen and Culinary Hogsheads, Half Hogsheads, Barrels and Casks of all sizes. A Handsome Ph»ton, with pole and shafts, (London built, in good condition) and Harness; a pair of beautiful -ri-v,e tiorses. stati(iiii(- Bay Carriage Horses, standing about 15 hands high, very fast and good matfhers a pair of good an I useful Ponies, about );1. hands high, (warranted steady in harness) a reinaikiibly small but powerful Cart Horse, rising four years old and a very compact dun colvured Pony Mare, perfectly temperate. About Two Tons of well harvested lYav; a quantity of Fern; and about Eight Bags of Potatoes; together with Cucumber Frames, Two Flower Stands, and a large col- lection of choice Flowers, in Pots; Garden Tools, &c.5CE. N. B. The Auctioneer begs an eaily attpndance. as he intends commencing at 11 o'clock precisely, heina de- sirous of disposing of the whole in one day. ° VALUABLE LIFEHOLD & LEASEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE) And other Tenements, near Beaufort and Tredegar o Iron IVorlcs, in the Counties of Brccon and fonmouth. o he cSoUJ bp attrtialt, BY MR PARRY, (By direction of the Morteagees and Trustees fOR Sale) on WKDMESIMY, tbe 7th Day of MARCH next, at the ROYAL GEORGE INV.near REA U FORT IRON Wo ITKS, (subject to conditions then to be produced) the undermentioned very Desireable Lifehold and Leasehold Premises. LOT 1. A LL that Weil-accustomed PUBLIC-HOUSE, called the ROYAL GEORG fC. with the COTTAGE BKKWHOUSH,sr\BLt- GARDEN and PREMISES thereto adjoining, most advantageously situated in the Parish ofDangvnidt-r, in the County of Brecon, and near to the flourishing Beaufort Iron Works, and now in the Tenure of Edward Matthews,at the very low Yearly llent (if J53. Theso Premises are held by Lease under his Grace the Duke of Beaufort, for the Remainder of Three Lives, Two whereof are still in existence, at the reserved Ground Rent of S-2. 2s. Policy of Assurance for [500. granted by the Corporation of the Royal Ex. change Assurance Company on the Life of One of the Nominees in the said Lease, subject to the payment of the Annual Premium of £15. 13s. 9J. willlJe included in this Lot. LOT 2. All that and those Tenements or Dwelling Houses, with the Gardens thereto belonging, situated at Wann Orest, in the Parish of Llangattock, and within a very short distance of ttie said Beaufort Iron Works, adjoining to the Turnpike Road, leading from Abergavenny to Mer- thyr, and now in lhe Tenure of Thomas Jones, or his tinder-tvnarji, at the lo%v Yeirly ltent of,t:]O. These Premises are also held under Lease of his Grace the Duke of Beaufort for Three Lives Two whereof are still living, at the reserved Ground Rent of One Guinea. LOT 3-, All those Six Tenements, with the Appurtenances, most eligibly situated near to Lot 1. and now let to respecta- ble Workmen, as Tenauts, at Rents amounting Yearly to tbe Sum of £ '25. 4s. This is also a similar Tenure to the Two first Lots, and Two of the Lives are still in existence. LOT 4. All that Well-accustomed Inn, called the Golden Lion, with the Brevhouse, Stabling and Appurtenances, most disireably situated in Morgan Street, nearly in the centre of the Town of Tredegar, in the Ccunty of Monmouth, held under Lease granted bv the Trcdegar Iron Company, for a Term of 54 Years, (41 whereof are unexpired in March next) at the reserved Rent of J13 6s. lOd. and now lei to Mrs Jenkins, A highly respectable Tenant, at the. Yearly Rent of £ 50. These Premises might be rendered peculiarly valuable to any person possessing a Capital, and who would lay )iit a sum of Money in enlarging the Building and increas- ng the Accommodation, as from its contiguity to the Market and other local advantages, it is cupablc of being made a first-rate Intl. Mr Edward Matthews, of the Royal George, or Thomas Jones of Waun Orest, will show Lots 1, 2, and 3, and the Tenant of the Golden Lion, will shew the Premises at Tredegar. And further particulars may be known on application to Mr G. A. A. Davies, Solicitor, Ciickbowell. All Letters must be Postpaid. Ciickhowell,7th February, 1838, GLAMORGANSHIRE. Valuable Oalc and other Timber, with capital Hoop Coppice Wood. o De £ C!TR I I r t t o I t, BY MR THOMAS W ATKINS, At the CARDIFF ARMS INN. CARDIFF, on SATUR- DAY, the 3rd Day of MARCH, 1U38, between One and Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be then produced THE following Lots of superior OAK and other -M. TIMBER TREES, and COPPICE WOODS. LOT 1. 7 Acres of excellent Hoop Coppice Wood. 104 Oak Treble and Double Stores, marked with Red Paint. 196 Ash ditto ditto ditto. 3 Ash Timber Trees, numbered with Red Paint, from I to 3. 1A spell Tree, numbered with Red Paint, 1. The above stands in Ceven V Coed Wood, on Cocdygorras Farm, near Rumney. ALSO, 27 Oak Timber Trees, numbered with Red Paint, rom I to 27. 14 Ash ditto ditto ] to 14 14 Oak Treble and Double Stores, marked with Red Paint. 52 Ash ditto ditto ditto 2 Acres of Coppice Wood, well adapted for Hoops and Crate Poles. These stand in Coed y Bilhook, on Coedy- gorras aforesaid. LOT 2. 85 Oak Timber Trees, numbered with Red Pajnt, from I to 85. 30 Ash ditto ditto 1 to 30. 82 Oak Treble and Double Stores, marked with Red Paint. 400 Ash ditto ditto ditto. And about 10 Acres of very Cipitul Coppice Wood. Standing in Wood, on Coedygorras aforesaid. LOT 3. 34 Oak Timber Trees, numbered with Red Paint, from 1 to 34. 5 Ash ditto (litto I to 5. And .diout 2 Acres of Brake. Standing on Cae'r Epog, on Coetlygorras Farm, aforesaid. 60 Oak Timber Trees, numbered with Red Paint, from I to 60. 55 Oak Treble and Double Stores, marked with Red Paint. 56 Ash ditto ditto ditto And about 5 Acres of Underwood. Ail growing in Worn Goeh Wood, on Coedygorras Farm, aforesaid. The whole of the above stand near Rumney Bridge, within three miles of the Port of Cardiff, and is well deserving the attention of Tnpber Merchants and Hoop Dealers. Nlr Thomas Merry, Woodward, on Coedygorras F irm, will shew the different Lots; and further particulers may be obtained at the Office of MR E. P. Richards. Silicitor, CARDIFF; or of Mr John Mortis, Timber Surveyor, Newport. Cardiff, Feb. 14, 1838. CRICKHOW EL.FI. Sasireable leasehold Premises. O BE Soltf b !-) SUtctum, (By directionofflic Guardians of the CrickhowcU Union, in pursuance of an Order of the Poor Law COlll- missioners;) By Mr HENRY MORGAN, At the TOWN-I1 ILL, in the Town of CRICKUOWELL. on THURSDAY, the 8th Day of MARCH next at 12 o'Clock at Noon precisely, (subject to conditions then to be produced.) ALL that NEWLY ERECTED, SUBSTAN- TIALLY BUF'.T LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE, with the OUTBUILDINGS, G and Appurtenances thereto CONTAINING together One Acreof LAND, situate within L ive Minutes walk of the Town of Criekhowell, of which and the surrounding neighbouihood, it commands most extensive and pic. tuvesque Views. These Premises are held under a Lease for 60 years, (55 of which ate now unexpired) at the low Ground Rent of £ 4 per Annum; the House having been built express- ly for a Poor House, for tbe Parish of Ciic,howell, but for that purpose now rendered unnecessary. From the commanding and peculiarly licaltliy situa- tion, and the excellent materials of the House, the same might, at a tiiflins; expense, be converted into a most desireable and beautiful Villa Residence, or with the never failing stream of Water, of w hich there is a perfect command, the Buildings might be easily convertible into spacious and most convenient premises for carrying on an extensive Malting Trade. 0 The Lessees and their Assigns, have the privilege of taking an additional Acre of Land, and of opening Quarries on the Premises, if they think fit. Further particulars may be obtained, on application to MrG. A. A. Davies, Solicitor, Criekhowell, who wili appoint a person to show the Property. The Postage of all Letters must be paid. Criekhowell, 12th Feb. 1838. STEAM ENGINE. TO BE SOLD, AN entirely new high-pressure BLAS R ENGINE, NEVER having been used, manufactured at one of the first Founderies in Scotland, and is one of the most perfect models in Cornwall. The Steam Cylinder is twenty-four inches, and the Air Cylinder forty-two inches in diameter, with a five feet stroke. The whole stands in a cast-iron frame. The Boiler is about seven tons, made of the best Shropshire plates, with leading pipes, and every other requisite complete. For particulars ■. |<ply (if by letter, post-paid) to Francis Todd, Falmouth, Cornwall. LLANDAFF, GLAMORGANSHIRE. E7jo fir firt, AND r.NTF.RI'D UPON IMMEDIATELY. A DESIRABLE FAMILY RESIDENCE, siluato at LLANDAFF, late in (be occupation of Richard Hill, Lsq, consisting of Breakfast, Dmintr, and Drawing Rooms, with suitable Bed-Rooms; Stable, Coach-house, Out-Buildings, an excellent Walled Gar- den, Greenhouse, &C. Jcc. SIXTEEN" ACRES of excellent MEADOW LAND, adjoining the Premises, may also be had. The Home adjoins the Turnpike Road leading from Cardiff to Merthyr T\dlil, through Llandali, and the Mail and other Coaches pass the door daily. The Premirs may be viewed on application at the house, and further particulars obtained at the Oftice of Mr E. P. Richards, Cardiff. MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. THE BOARD OF GUARDIANS of the MER- -L THYH. TYDFIL UNION are ready to receive TENDEHS for the Valuation" of the whole of the Pro- perty liable to Poor Rates in the Parish of LLAN- ONNO. \Nitliin the said Union. The Valuation must be fairly written in the form set forth in a Schedule issued by the Poor Law Commission- ers, and will be subject to their approval. Persons desirous of tendering their services are requested to send in their tcrms under cover, post paid, addressed to Mr J. W. Edwards, Vaynor; HKT Merthyr Tydfil, on or before Monday, the 26,li instant, on which day the appointment will be madel J. W. EDWARDS, Clerk to the Board of Guardians. VAYNOIJ 14th February, LD38. 7AFF y h LE RATLWAY. Call of Five Pounds per Share. FINIIE DIRECTORS of the TAFF VALE RAIL- | WAY COMPANY, acting under the provisions of the Act of Incorporation, HE EBY GIVgNOTlCE. that the Proprietors of Shares are requested to PAY, on or before the 12th Day of MARCH next, ty ?tnv one of the undermentioned Banks.the Sum of FIVB POUNDS, on cach of their respective Shares, viz :— London an,1 Westminster Banfc London. West of England and South Wales District } „ Bank > ris o Ditto Ditto Ditto Cardiff. Ditto Ditto Di,lo Merthyr. Messrs Wilkins and Co Merthyr. Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire Bank- ) p ing Company National Provincial Bank Cardiff. By order of the Boardof Directors, JOSEPH BALL, Ffcretary, Railway Office, Cardiff, 14th Feb. 1S38. Th¥F WALE UhmWIkYo Contract for Works. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the DI- RECTORS WILL MEET at their OFFICE in CARDIF^. on WEDNESDAY, the 7th Dav of MARCH next, at Twelve o'clock, to RECEIVEFRESH TENDE RS for the execution of tho following Works' viz.:— CONTRACT No. 11. Reing the Excavation and Formation of the Cuttings and Embankments, and the Construction of all Bridges, Culverts and other Masonry, Retaining Walls, aud the entire Completion (except the ballasting and laying the Permanent Rails) of that portion of the Line extending fr,iiii the termination of Contract No. 7, at Troed y Rliew, in the Parish of Merthyr Tydfil, to the boundaries of Plantations, numbere:1 IS and B5 in the Parlia- mentary Plan, in the Parish of Merthyr, being a dis- tance of 63 Chains. Drafts of the Contracts with Plans and Specifications of the Works, will be ready for inspection, at the En- gineer's Office, at Maendv, near Cardiff, ou and after Friday, the 23rd of February next. Printed Forms of Tende r may be had there, or at the Company's Office in Cardiff; and no others will be attended to. Tbe Parties whose Tenders are accepted, will bo re- quired to enter into a Bond, with Two Sureties, for the due performance of their Contract, and the names of the proposed Surities are to be specified in the Tender. The Tendvrs must be delivered at the Office, in Car- diff, on or before L2 o'clock, Oil the said 7th Day of March and the parties tendering, or persons duly authorized by them, must be in attendance at the time of Meeting. The Directors will not bind themselves to accept the Lowest Tender. By order of the Board, JOSEPH BALL, Secretary, Railway Office, Cardiff, February 14th, 183S. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. firs R ¥/or^rst- VT O'riCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that th 1)1- l" RECTORS WILL MEET at their OFFICE in CAR I)' FF, Oil WEDNESDAY, the 7th Dav of MARCH next, at Twelve o'Clock, to RECEIVE TENDE ;S for the execution of the following Works, viz :— CONTRACT No. 13.—Ll;inc:iiacU Branch. Being the Construction of a Stone Bridge across the River Taff, near Park Newydd, in the Farish of Llan- wynno. Also, CONTR ACT No. 11. Being the Excavation and Formation of the Cuttings and Embankments, and the Construction of ail Bridges Culver's, and other Masonry. Retaining Walls, and the entire Completion (except ballasting and laying the Permanent Rails) of that portion of the Line ex- tending from tbe termination of Contract No. 1, in the Parish of* Merthyr TydH), to a point in field numbered 10 in the Parliamentary I Ian, in the Parish of Llaiiwynno, being a distance of about 4d Chains. Also, CONTRACT No. 15. Being the Excavation and Formation of the Cuttings ;itl(i Ftiit)ankmelits. and the Construction of all Bridges, Culverts, and other Masonry, Retaining Walls, and the entire Completion (except hallasting and laying the Permanent Itails) of that portion of the Line extending from the termination of Contract No. S, in the Parish of Whitchurch, to the Boundary of Fields numbered ói3 in the Parliamentary Plan, in the Parish of St. John the Baptist, in Cardiff, being a distance of about 264 Chains. Drafts of the Contract, with Plans and Specifica- tions of the Woiks, will be ready for inspection, at the En- gineer s Office, at Maendy, near Cardiff, on and after Friday, the 23rd day of February next. Pruned Forms of Tender may be had there, or at the Company's Office in Carujff; aud no other;; will be attended to. The Parties whose Tenders are accepted, will he re- quired to enter into a Bond, with Two Sureties, for the due performance of their Contract, and the names of the proposed Sureties are to be Specified in the Tender. The Tenders must be delivered at the Office, in Car- diff, on or before Twelve o'Clock, on the said 7th day of March and the parties tendering, or persons duly authorized by them, must be in attendance at the time of Meeting. The Directors will not bind themselves to accept the Lowest TeiuUr. By order of the B.)ii-d, JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. Railway Office, Cardiff, Jan. 25th, ISoS. :3!nrfIZGUAM and diOUSSS- TAS, RIKXL.WILV. Contract for Rails, Chairs, and Fastenings. rlnE Diieclorsof the Birmingham arid Glouces- I ter Railway a e ready to receive TENDERS for the supply of WHO UGHT-1 RON RAILS and CAST- IRON CHAIRS, together with the necessary Fastenings, to the total extent of 850 tons of Rails, to be delivered at the undermentioned places and dates, jeither in total, or portions to be delivered as follows •.— M N I- Wglit. Time, on 1 lace ot Delivery. For. TOPS „• before Combe Hill Wharf Cheltenham. 150 May 31. D". 1)0. 50 June 30. Do. Do; 50 July 31. 'L\H^FVORVVLIARF'0,1 Ashchurch. 100 May 81. tile river Severn. Do. Do. 50 June 30. Do. D,). 50 Ju!y 31. TwiningW havf. 3 miles above 'Tewkesbury, Noithway. 50 May 31. ON the river Avon. Do. Do. 50 June 30. Do Do. 50 July ol. Bredon's Norton Whart 4 milesabove'Tewke- Uredon'sNoiton 100 May 31. bury. Eckington Wharf, 5' mi:es above Tewkes- Eckingtuti. 50 May 31. bury. Do. Do. 50 July 31. Defford, north side o: river Avon, 7 miles Defford 50 May 31. above r('kf'shl1f\ Specifications will LK; furnished lo the parties who iiiay apply for the same to Captain W. S. Moorsoin, Eagineei- ^N-CHIEF, Worcester, where Drawings will be exhibited, and any further explanation given, by the Resident En- gineer. The Sealed Tenders must be addressed 'T > the Com- mittee of Directors, at the Railway-oiffce, Glouces- ter," on or before Wednesday, Feb. 23, endorsed- Tenders for Rails. &e." By order, (Signed) WM. BURGESS, Superintendent. Gloucester, February 6, 1838. GLA MOILG ANSHIRE. LETNT ASSIZES) 1838. THE High Shariff HEREBY GIVES NOTICE, B that the CO,M MISSION to hold the' ASSIZES for this County WILL "BE OPENED at the TOWN HALL, in the Town of SWANSEA, on THURSDAY, the First Day of MARCH next, and that the Judge will proceed to Church at Nine o'Clock on the following (Friday) morning, and go into Court immediately after Divine Service; when and where all Grand and Petty Jurors, and all Persons under Recognizances to prosecute and give evidence against, and all persons employed in the prosecution and defence of all Criminal Prisoners are required t., attend. AND NOTre E IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, that all Magistrates* Clerks are to annex the Depositions and Recognizances together in eachCa.se, and to deliver them t,) the Clerk of Assize in Court on opening the Com- mission. Baglan House, 19th February, 1S3S. Cf"artwiff C, urnpire STETRIRT* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL N N U A L MEETING of the TRUS- TEES of the TURNPIKE ROAT)S within the said District, will be held at the House of Elizabeth Barreit, Innkeeper, called and known hv the nalr," of the CARDIFF ARMS INN, in C A RDIFF, on SATURDAY, the Twentv-fourth day of MARCH next, at T.velve o'clock at Noon. in pursuance of an Act passed in the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of bis late Majesty, William the Fourth, intituled "An Act requiring the Annual Statements of Trustees or Commissioners of "Turnpike Roads, to be transmitted to the Secretary of State, and afterwards laid before Parliament." WILLIAM JENKINS, Clerk to the Trustees of the said District. Cardiff, 13th February, 1838. &SRTFCGFNTR Cuntjptfce Ditritt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the T IUS- TEES, acting in and for the above District. will be held at "The WYNDH\M AnlS IN'Ii,in the Town of BRIDGEND, on SATURDAY, the Third Day of M ¡{C" next, pursuant to an Act passed in the 3, and 4-th Years of the reign of his late Majesty, William the 4th. WM. MORG AN. Clerk to the said Trustees. Bridgend, 8th February, 1838. GLAMORGANSHIRE. ilratfj Cuntjhfcr eruot. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a SPECIAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES of the TURN- PIKE ROADS, within this Trust, will be held at the GU1'.DH\LL, in the'Town of NEATH, on FRIDAY, the 9th Day <If MARCH next, at the hour of Twelve o'Clock at Noon, for the purpose of taking into con- sideration the propriety of erecting or setting liP, and if it shall be then and there thought expedient so to do, to or set up, a Toll Gate, Bar, or Chain, across the said Turnpike Road, leading from the Town of Neath to Merthyr Ty-'ivil, in the County of Glamorgan, at or near a certain Blacksmith's Shoo, situ-.te in the Vil)age of Cadoxton, near Neath, in the County of Glamorgan. D. POWELL, Clerk. Dated the 15th day of February, L83S. Britannia Life Assurance Company. No. 1, PRINCES STREET, BANK, LONDON. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. iDirrctors. William Eard^etf, F;SQ. Robert E^'linton, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Esq. James Foster, E.-q. Wm. Techney Black, Esq. Erasmus Robt. Foster, Esq- John Brisihtman, Esq. Alex. Robert Irvine, Esq. (,et>rgfi Cohen, Ksq. Peter Morrison, Esq. Millis ( oventry, Esq. Henry Lewis Smale, Esq. John Drewett, Esq. Thomas Teed, Esq. (,et>rgfi Cohen, Ksq. Peter Morrison, Esq. Millis ( oventry, Esq. Henry Lewis Smale, Esq. John Drewett, Esq. Thomas Teed, Esq. SUITJTTORS. Edward Bevan, Esq. Andre Jopp, Esq. iftetrtcal (Officers John Sims, IT-1). Cavendish Square.—Ebenezer Smith, S Esq, Snrgeon, Billiter Square. <STANTJM<3; (Counsel, The Don. John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. -Solicitor. William Bevan, Esq. Old Jewry. ifoitferrg. Messrs. Drewetland Fowler, Princess Street, Bank. gent, For Newport, Monmouthshire, Benjamin Jackson, Esq. EPICAL Officer- JHIIOIDA BREWER, Esq. This Institution is so constituted as to afford the bene- fits of Life Assurance in their fullest extent to Policy holders, AND to present greater facilities and accoiumo- dation than can be obtained in an\' similar establishment. Among others, the following improvements on the sys- tem usnally adopted, are recommended to the attention of the Public. An ample subscribed capital, invested in snch a man- gier as always to he immediately available when the claims by deaths arise. A most economical set of Tables—computed expressly for the-use of this Institution, from authentic and com- plete data, — and (with two exceptions only) presenting lower rates of premium than any hitherto offered, A Table of increasing rates of Premium on a new and remarkable plan, peculiarly advantageous in cases-wheie Assurances are elfocted by way of securing loans or debts, a less immediate payment being required on a policy for the whole term ofiife than in any other office and the holder having the option of paying a periodically increasing rate, or of having the siiii, assured diminished according to an equitable scale of reduction. References to medical attendants not required when the state of health is unexceptionable; but whenever references are required, the medical attendant of the party consulted ou behalf and at the expense of the Company. Policies effected by persons on their own lives not rendered void in case of death by duelling or the hands of justice. In tbe ever.t of suicide, if the policy FOG assigned to a bona jide creditor, the sum assured paid without de(itiction-if not so assigned, the full amount premiums returned to the familv of th assured, L'olieies revived whhout the exaction of a fine within twelve months, on the production of satisfactory evi- dence as to health, and payment of interest on tbe premiums due. Age of the Assured in every case admitted in the Policy. All claims payable within one month after proof of death- Extract from Increasing Rates of Premium for an Assurance of 100 for ivhole Term of Life. Annual Premium payable during First Second Third Fouith Remain- Age. Five Five Five Five tlPT of Years. Years. Years. Years. Life. Years. Years. Years. Years. Life. £ s. d. £ s. d £ s. d. £ s d £ d. 20 1 1 4 I 5 10 1 10 11 1 16 91 2 3 8 30 1 6 4 1 1-2 2 1 19 1 2 7 4| 2 17 6 40 1 16 1 2 4 4 2 14 16 3 7 3 4 3 4 50 2 16 7 3 9 44.5 55 6 3613 7 PETER MORRISON Resident Director, WANTED IMMEDIATELY, FOUR AP- PRENTICES in the DRESS-MAKING and MILLINERY; also, TWO in the STRAW, HAT, and BONNET BUSINESS. Application, either in person, or by letter, postage paid, to Miss Jane Jones, High-Street, Merthyr. February 2nd, 1838. SELECT TOILET ARTICLES, Indispensable for Personal Comfort and Attraction. ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL, a Vegetable Production, is universally admired, and ecknow- ledged tctbe the best and cheapest Article for nourishing the I A I R. prevents it from falling off or turning grey, chansrs grey hair to its original olour.produces and restores HAIR —even at a late period of life, frees it from SCURF, and renders the mos- harsh and dry hair as soft as Silk, Curly and Glossy preserves it in Curl and other deco- rative formation, unimpaired by the Summer's heat, violent exercise, or the relaxing tendencies of the Ball Room, Sfc. To CHILDREN, it is invaluable, as it la)s a foundation for a Beautiful Head of Hair. C.\GTIO.-Ask for" Rowland's Macassar Oil," and 1 ohsprve their Name and Address, in Red, on the wrapper, thus, A. ROWLAND & SON, 20, HATTON GARDEN, Counter-signed Alex. Rowland. rhe lowest price is 3,. 6 I.-the next price is 7s.—10s. 6d. and 21s. per bottle. ROWLAND'S KALYDOR, a mild and innocent pre- paration, from beautiful Exotics it effectually eradicates Eruptions, Tan. Pimple- Freckles, Redness, Spots, and all Cutaneous Imperfections; renders the most Sallow Complexion delicately fair, clear, and delightfully soft imparting a healthy Juvenile Bloom, as well as rea- lizing a delicate White Neck, Hand and Arm. It pre- vents and removes every unsightly irregularity, as well as tenderness of the Skin, whether occasioned by ex- posure to Cold Winds, the Sun, or any accidental cause. Gentlemen, after Shaving. will find it allay the irri- tating and smarting pain, aud render the Skin smooth and pleasant. Price 4s. 6d. and 8s. 6d. per bottle, duty included. ROWLAND'S OPONTO, or Pearl Dentifrice, a Vegetable White Powder, prepared from Oriental Herhs of the most UellclOus Odour and Sweetness -it eradicates the 'Tartar from the Teeth, removes decayed Spots, preserves the Enamel, and fixes the Teeth firmly in their sockets, rendering them beautifully White. BeinO' an Anti-Scorbutic, it eradicates the Scurvy from tbe Gums, strengthens, braces, and renders them of a healthy red also imparts a delightful fragrance to the breath. Price 2s. 9J- Per box, duty included. t::T' \oTICE The nane-and address of the Proprietors, A. ROWLAND & SON, 20, Hatton Garden. London, is en- graved on the Government Stamp which is pasted on the Two latter Articles; also printed in red, on the Wrapper in which each is enclosed. Many Shopkeepers offer for sale Counterfeits of the above, composed of the most pernicious ingredients. call their trash the "genuine," and sign A Row- landSon, omitting the ,& recommending them as being cheap. Be sure to ask for ROWLAND S. Sold hv them, and by respectable Perfumer* and Medi. eine Venders. UNIVERSAL FA MILY 0 1 ll,T M "n¡"hin! an almost miraCt¡}" effects of this paration in lie cure .ÀJ of the folIowing di5- 4< 9 order, has indue'ed the Proprieror (at the suggestion of a lartre Dortiou of the h'ghest medical characters, not only of England but the continent) to extend the b on to every family not one (as a princi- pal member of the faculty recently observed) ought to be without it. It will be found more efficacious'in the following diseases than any other medicine extant. Ulcers, Wounds, B .d Legs, Nervous Pains, Rheumatic and Paralytic Pains. Gottt, Contracted and Stiff Joints. rains of the Chest and Bones, Difficult Respiration, &c. Its success has been astonishing in severe cases of Stony and Ulcerated Cancer, Scrofula, or King's Evil, in all skin diseases, as Ringworm, Scald Heads, &c.. and in Burns, Soft Corns, Bunions, &c. &c. Copy of a Letter from Edward Binns, M.'D. F. S. A. Scot. &c. &c. WMY DEAR SIR,-After reading the very strongly orded testimonials of Sir Benjamin Brodie and (r Mayo, (names that would confer an immortality on any remedy), I was predisposed in favour of your Ointment, and made tnany trials in consequence, in cases of Chionic Ulcers, which a seven years' experience in the West Indies had taught me to consider as incurable by the ordinary methods resorted to. I am now happy to say that in all cases it was, tomv utter astonishment. really and truly efficacious; and "that I have not the slightest hesitation inl adding, that I place the most entire reliance on it, in all diseases of the Epidermis, in enlarged Glands, and long-standing Ulcers. In sore ■Ninnies, it U n_ ° „r{ 7 Mi* cAtriiciu juiucuv, (Signed) 'EDWARD BINNS. London, 7, Milton Street, Dorset Square, Sept. 14th, 1837. Sold by the Proprietor, 13, Broad Street Buildings, London; Mr D. Morgan, Druggist, Ili^h Street, Meriii) r Tydvil; and by all respectable rt'holesale and Retail Medicine enders throughout the Kingdom, in Pots at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d, cach. The largest size contains six of the smallest and the second size half the quautity of the largest, BLAIR'S GOUT .D :(HEUU.. TIC PILLS. Another extraordina- ry Cure of lttieti- matic Gout, from Lincolnshire, com- municated bv Mr the Gènrra1 Agent for that County. (To Mr Trout, 229, Strand, Loudon.) Boston, April 2G, 1837. Sir,—Among the numerous instances which have come to mv knowledge of the beneficial effects produced by .the use of Blair's invaluable Gout and Rheumatic Pills, the following is so striking and so well authenti- cated, that (with permission of the parties) I send it to you for publication in anv way you may think proper. Mary Barton, of Bolingbroke, in this county, aged 67, I.ad been for twenty months afflicted in a violent degree with Rheumatic Gout. lIer joints were so swollen, and her fingers contracted and stiffened to such an extent, that she was una! lc to get into or out of bed, or even t,) dress or undress herself, without assistazice and so excruciating was the pain and agony she endured that sleep was to herself and husband almost a stranger. She despaired of relief, and much mote of a cure, deeming her case hopeless. A benevolent gentleman residing in the village, hearing of her afflicted condition visited her, and presented to her a box of B LA I WS PILLS, by taking half of which 3he w as greatly relieved. and two boxes completely restored her; so that from being an afflicted helpless cripple, she is now blithe and hearty, being able to perform all her household work ia a manner that suvprises her neighbours.' For tl)e triiih of these statements I have permission to refer (if by letter, post paid ) to W. E. Emmit, Esq, and Mr Thomas Brackeubury, Draperand Grocer, (Sub- agent for the sale of the Pills), both of Bolingbroke. Wishing health and long life to yourself. remain, Sir. your obediejit Servant, J. NOBLE, Agent at Boston." These Pills are taken without the least care or atten- tion. by either sex, young or. old, and have the peculiar property of entirely removing the disease without debilitating the frame, which is universally left in a stronger and better state than before the malady com- menced. And there is another most important effect belonging to this medicine—that it prevents the disease flying to the brain, stomach, or other vital part. Ask for Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills, and observe the name and address of Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London," impressed oil the Government Stamp, affiixed to each Box of the Genuine Medicine. Sold by Thomas Prout. 229, Strand, Loudon; and by his appointment, by Mr D. Morgan, Druggist, Merthyr Tydvil; Mr Phillips, Cardiff; Mr Farror, Monmouth; and all respectable Medicine Venders throughout the Kingdom. Price 2s. 9d. per box, Protected by Five Patents. PERRYIAN PENS. THE SUPERIORITY of the Perryian Pens, for B every description of writing, is so universally ac- knowledged, that the Patentees consider comment unne- cessary, and respectfully submit to the Public the follow- ing List of Prices:- Per Card. NATIONAL PENS. Noo. I 2, 3, and 4 1 0 OFFICE AND FINF. OFFICE PENS 1 0 NATIONAL PENS, Nos. 7 and S 1 6 DOUBLE PATENT PENS. 2 0 UNDER SPRING DITTO 2 0 FLAT SPRING ditto 2 0 SIDE SPRING ditto 2 0 THREE-POINTED ditto 2 6 1 NMA-RRBBER SPRING PENS 2 6 REGELATING SPRING ditto. 2 6 ELASTIC FOUNTAIN ditto 2 6 VARNISHED ditto 0 6 N.B. Each Card contains NINE PENS, WITH SUITABLE Holder. DRAWING AND MAPPING PENS, per Card of Six Pens, and Holder 3 6 LITHOGRAPHIC PENS, DITTO 3 6 PERRYIAN LIMPID INKS. Bottles, Gi., Is.. and 2s. each. BLACK INK POWDERS. 6J., and Is. per Packet. LLMPIDUM, for neutralising the ill ( fleets of tbe usual lck, when used with Metalic Pens, Sixpence per Packet. PATENT PERRYIAN ELASTIC HOLDER. The Elastic Holder is so constructed jhat it imparts an agreable softness and flexibility to the Pen, rendering it <O unconstrained in its action that it does not fatigue the band, and facilitates ,ts progress over every description of oaper. It may be had with the Perryian Pens, at an advance of THREE PENCE per Card. Each Holder is stamped with the words PATENT PERRY, LONDON." Sol.d by a:1 Stationers and Dealers in Metallic Pens, and at the Manufactory, 37, R. d Lion Square, London each Card, Packet, aud Bottle bears the signature, "JANIES PERRY & Co." Agent' for Merthyr TydviJ-J. E. DIBB, Bookseller and Stationer, Guardian Office, High Street. BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS WILL SAIL During the NEXT WEEK, as follows: FROM BRISTOL, FEB. 26, MONDAY Srnorn "27, TUESDAY SJ morn 28, WEDNESDAY 9 mom • FROM NEWPORT. FEB, 26, MONDA-Y III rnom 27, TUESDAY .•••••••• 7 MORN 28, WEDNESDAY 71 morn FARES:—After Cabin, 4s.-Fore-Cabin, 2s.-Ciiii iren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is each. Four-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, lOs, Horses each, 5S. Carriage drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s. Horse and Rider,After-Cabin, 7s; ditto Fore-Cabin, 6s. n::T The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets GIVE NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for ANY Goods, Package, or Parcel(if lost or damaged) unless booked at either of their Officei in Bristol or Newport and if above the value of 40s. to be entered at its value, aad Carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time of Bowking. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IROX WORKS, through Abercarn, New- ^rtdge.and Bedwelty, and a branch from Newbridge to Nautyjlo.—A Coach Daily between these places and Newport; arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- iiig, and starting a- I o'cloc*L aftern,)on. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- pa:1Y's Otfice. J, Quay, Bristol, or at tbe Packet-Of'i1ccs. ixowntiam-W liarf, Hotwells, and Kodnev Wharf, New- ptHt. JOHN JONES, Agent. THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL. STEAM PACKETS AHE INTENDED TO PLY j$jy^Duriug the TsEXT WEEK, as follows- NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. FROM CARDIFF, FEB. 26..Monday .Nautilus N — 07 ,R J R "LUS J, morning 27..Iuesday .La(lv OKAI-UN. n OC •-•A«y UNARIOAE 7 morning 2S..Wednesday..Nautilus 7. mnrnill„ :.I -&o • '•* 'H,11RSDAY-L^dy Charlotte 8 morning ?*^NDAY Nautilus 81 morninS O..Saturday .Lady Charlotte 9L morning LADY CHARLOTTE H. T. PARFITT, Commander. FROM BRISTOL. FEB. 26.. Monday .Lady Charlotte 10a morning 27..Tuesday .Nautilus. 6 morning 28. • W ednesday.. Lady Charlotte 6 morning MAR. I..Thursday Nautil,is 7 morning 2.. Friday. Lady Charlotte 7,1 morning 3.. Saturday Nautilus 8 morning North's Waggon for Merthyr immediately after the arrival of the Packets from Bristol. FAr.. ES :-After Cabin. 5s.—Fore Cahin, 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-price. Dogs, Is each. A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms Four-Wheel Carriage, 21s.; Ditto drawn by One Horse 10s. 6d. Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses 6s each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin, 9s. Fore Cabin 7s. 6d.; Cattie, Sheep. These Fares include every ex. pence. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the NAUTILUS to be sent to N0. 12, Qtia), Street, or to Robert Chaplin. Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the LADY CHARLOTTE, to Clare Street Hall, Mar«h Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets, at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge. Aberdare, Cowbridqe, Bridaend Llantnssent, and Caerphilly.—Goods A Places tn Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im! mediately on arrival unless ordered by any particular conveyance, m which e„,e ,hc, ,m be Steam Packet U arehouse till called for—Freight to be paid on delivery » u" (^v,00^8' |,ac'iaSf'i' 1 arcels, Sec. forwarded to all parts of the Kingdom withou'< „ 7, o.,m Parket nffi A y seut to either of their racket Offices ill Cardiff or Bristol. Any further information as to Freight, &c. will be read.ly OBIAMEJ by applying to the Avieuts, Mr H. Jones. F ,UL SLREEL AUD AT THE RACKET Office on the Whart. Cardiff; or ta Mr John Griffith Jones, Agent, AO. II, VUAV Street, Bristol; for the NAUTILUS Pac- ket and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr \V. B. Owen, 15, Avon Cres- cent. Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, Leakage or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in pro- portion paid for the same, at the time of Booking Goods consigned to order, or not taken awav before Six o'clock in the evening of the day of landing, will be warehoused at the risk and expence of the consignees. All goods to be cons:dered as liens, not only for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously un- satisfied Freight and Charges due br consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packet. Disputed weights or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot be allowed, unless a written notice of the same be seat to the Office on the day of delivery February, 181,15. í j