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GAZETTR IVN GUARDIAN OFFICE, High Street, Merthyr Tydvil. Mr. J. E. DIBB, BOOKSELLER, PRINTER, STATIONER, I AND BOOKBINDER, It ESPECTFULLY invites the NOBILITY and V GENTRY to an inspection of two magnificent E C'mens of one of the most splendid national works ER produced in this kingdc FIND ENS' GALLERY Of BRITISH ART. DEOICATED BY COMMAND TO HE:{ MAJESTY. •PI ♦ th 8uhjects are—"The Greek Fugitives,"—one of ^OAT masterly productions of C. L. Eastlake, R.A.; _%t maste itild mon masterly productions of C. L. Eastlake, R.A.; "The Smuggler's Visit," painted by Sir David kie, R'rhe origii)al of the former is in the pos- £ *V°nof SIR M_ W Hidley, Bart., M.P.; fcnd the latter £ R°M THE collection of the Right Hon.. Sir Robert Peel, *RT-> M.P. T PROSPECTUS. ^AT '>AS 'ON? BEEN considered a reproach to this Country, 'LIE eminence of its Painters is neither so extensively TYIRRJ'^IY K nown as it deserves to be; and that their S- (whether of pure fancy, of pathos, or of humour), VOL DOT )een sufficiently diffused by Engraving. No °f IK CT>NTA'N'"g A Selection of the finest Productions GE[) E BRITISH Pencil, so collated as to impress the Public i,,„ERA"V with a correct idea of the invention, the feci- al, AND the power, of the BRITISH SCHOOL, has ^BR,° been published. O„R UTNER°us splendid Engravings of some fine Works of 4,^ ^RTISTS, honourable alike to Paiming, to Engraving, <]E °ur Country, have appeared separately and inci- ^RC Y> but to manv, these, from their size and price, "LAINABLE. The beautiful Productions of both • Which decorate our Annual Publications, cannot, I ""11 Still book plates, render justice to the expression C°NV '^E ,TER 'LAS K'VCN T0 his subject"; nor can they PROJEY ,0 Foreigners a just estimate of the talent which »)0 | J^CED them by these Works our Artists are raised J>0O^'O''ER in their opioion than as skilful illustrators of it [° .TFLIS publication of the GALLERY OF BRITISH ART, 'Qtended to produce a VVork truly NATIONAL; in A "election from the most beautiful Pictures of HE Painters, commencing with the ERA^ of Sir J. UP,^ DS* W'" BE engraved, in the finest line manner, ON| 0 A S'ZE (nearly 12 inches by 9), which scale will not GR^ ENable the eminent Historical and Landscape KU- PTEVE.RS' who are already engaged, U> preserve the ex- and refinement of the Originals, but will also put H»E- RK within the reach of those who, with limited have, from nature or acquirement, a feeling for Productions. Productions. T\,TEISR* FINDEN are exceedingly gratified in stating, JIJ distinguished Patrons of Art have opened J Galleries to them for this adventurous undertaking AC TLL4T THE PRESIDENT and MEMBERS of the ROYAL PR have, in the most kind and liberal manner, THE-N'SED ^'EIR support and co-operation. Annexed is R Testiinony of Approval 1 tli < Peling that the statements net forth in the Prospectus o p'tndens' Gallery of British A rt' are in unison with kleWS °f ^ie suh)ect> an'l believing, from the Specimens ^le^!Use *een, that it is calculated to diffuse, through the litLlUniof Line Engraving, a knowledge of the best Eng. anJn°^ern Pictures, we cheerfully add our testimony of Vr^tion." with ready access to the best Productions of cordial and united efforts of every artist, „U. "» their own professional experience, combined determination TO spare no expense, Messrs Finden Pat A**UREd °F producing a Work that shall merit the ^R<>N*GE 0F AN enlightened Public. Proposed to issue Three Parts in the course of the E*ch Part to contain Three Engravings. The fra. I!l be about 12 inches by 9-sllfficiently large for LN8* Tfcey will be delivered in a Portfolio, accom- «J,J BY such explanatory Letter-press as may be con- red necessary, J*LIE First Part will be delivered very shortly, TE^J- *CR'ption Lists are now open, and the strictest at- BE paid to the ilelivery of Copies in the 'U which they are subscribed for. Subjects already finished or in progress. I.VIPOIT\ NT PORTR.\[T OF HER MAJESTY IS IN PREPARATION, AS PATRON OF THIS WORK. I* PAINTED BY Stalkers inthe Highlands Edwin Landseer, R.A. Q SMUGGLER'3 Visit Sir David Wilkin, R.A. O4 R'"E and Petruchio C. R. Leslie, R.A. 1 £ TA'N Macheatb, Lucy, and FJF °''y G. S. Newton, R.A. '} J". P'«giti C. L. Eastlake, R.A. I LJS^A 'BE Pie Di Grotta T. Uwins, A.R.A. I of Carrara, Sovereign of | U AD,'A C. L. Eastlake. R.A. I CORDELIA.. G. S. Newton, R.A. r,. °ger de Coverley and the I Th 'PS'E« C. R. Leslie, R.A. J P'*HERMAN'S Family W.Collins. R.A. I *„F. DISCONSOLATE G. S. Newton, K. A. I "IF' ^,E,,STB Portrait of his Royal [ ^'GHNCSS ihe Doke of Sussex, I TK RES'dentof the Royal Society T. Phillips. R. A. J. 6 BANDIT'S Prisoners C. L. Eastlake, R.A, ap, I »KF{. AS a King W. Collins, R. I H ^NTE"AR of a Highlander's I V» ?"SE E T.andseer, R.A, I C. Stanfield, R. A. •}>LE ''■UINS of Carthago \V. Linton. F| ^TTLE of Trafa'gac. C. Stanfield, R.A. °ATTLE of Waterloo > G.Jones, R.A. EEP Washing Sir David Wilkie,U. above are in the collections of his Grace the Duke of Th, above are in the collections of his Grace the Duke "Cumberland ;•—the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, M.P. ;—the Right Hon. the Earl of Egremout ;— ti- Noble the 'Mai-qtjess of Lansdowne ;—Sir W. RIDLEY, Bart. M.P.;—the Right Hon. the Earl of ^"TON,—Jaiues Morrison, Esq. M.P-;—the Right C|J!J' LORD Ashburton ;—the Right Hon. the Earl of LJ4 *RSELD;—the Rig4it Hon. Earl Ferrers,—George ESQ.;—W. Wells, Esq. R. Vernon, Esq. 6^ SUITED Service Club;—aud Sir Thomas Baring, Tangements have also been made for Pictures by the following Masters. J.T J- Reynolds, P.R.A. Witherington, A.R.A. 1 C'R !'• Lawrence, I'.R, C. Landseer, A R.A. 'JR M. A. Shee, P.R.A. LOR, A.R.A. I .R W. Callcott,"R.A. Brockodon, I n!'RN,:R' R.A. Cattermule, I FVAL°"« R A- Duncan. B °PEr, R.A. Alex. Eraser, R.A. Harding, U. Lewis, R.A. G. Patten, 'READY. R.A. Roberts, FT ,AN» R. P. Williams, t v.R'SG«, II. A, Stc. See. Sec. ■ } J AT|ise, A.R.A. IJONH H Published for th« Proprietors by F. G. MOON, ?Pfccial Appnintment Printseller in Ordinary to her Threadneedle Street; and at 18 and 19, 1 °UT-!lanrspton. Place, Huston Square. FOUAIVING IS THE FORM OF ORDER USUALLY given J. 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E LIAVE rarely seen so able a work written in so w lich the difficulties arising from the ETT V'NG ACCOI,NTS OHMCTING Wallenstein must have .^OTE considerabftrt Few greater men, £ ND few of I 8LUgulai and iuterrupfedly recorded history tbau 5 I" Wallenstein ever existed and the public has been led to an improper estimate of his character by the political bias of Schiller in liis Thirty Years' War,' and Dramas. Without descending to the meanness of undue praise, it is one of the best-written books which we have, in our varied departments, inspected its style is elezant, its sense is sound. whilst its views of affairs, and its indefatigable industry in eliciting truth from almost concealed documents. are most creditable to the author. The character of Wallenstein is rescued from the asper- sions with which a weak and murderous prince thought fit, in his own defence, to allow it to be onerated the proud but honourable soldier. the greatest genius of his' country, the man of unfathomable mind, rises before 11s vindicated in that glory which most assuredly belonged to him. Throughout # his mighty and splendid career we see him as he is,—not bedaubed with the slime of his factious enemies, but impregnable in the majesty of his soul and the blaze of his renown. In this Colonel Mitchell has shewn consummate skill, great critical powers, and most undisguised impartiality: he has, from scanty data, woven together a history of truth which must preserve its place amttog national and biographical records. We will not .Analyse this work, according to our custom, for it is one of such a standard class that all should read it; and those who may value our critical remarks will be far more gratified by our recommendation, as an incentive to its perusal, than by anv analysis which we can offer, when thev have ac- tually perused it. It furnishes its with the hopes that modern literature is about to forego its tinsel like drco- rations, and proceed in the sober path of common sense."—Church of England Quarterly Review. "The English reader, we are convinced, will feel grateful to Colonel Mitchell for ihe present work, in which, availing himself of the results of Forster's in- quiries, as given in his life Of published in 1834, and of all the information to be found in other German sources, lie has laid before us in a nervous and vigorous style, anel with very considerable power of descriptive narration, the career of Wallenstein, and the state of the evidence in regard to the question of his innocence or guilt.—lllachivoon's Magazine. We shall be gl.1 if we can convey to the reader any part of the pleasllre which- we have received ourselves from the perusal of 'h s work. The style of the narra- tive is very unaffected and impressive, and the author possesses a certain nervous military eloquence, which accords very well with his subject."—The Times.- « The few events we have mentioned, and the many which are crowded into the period to which they allude, are sufficient to promise the reader materials of deep and stirring interest in the Life of Wallensrein; and it only remains for us to say, that wjth them Colonel Mitchell has wrll played the double part of historian and oi' gia- pher. A more delightful voltime we cannot wish t" peruse. The style is military, as it hollld be. (the me- moirs coming from a soldier about a soldier,) but it is that of one practised in the crait of authorship, and bears no traits of awkardness, no mauvaise honte of a stranger to composition. It is simple, energetic, manly, straight- forward, and pure in idiom and expression."—The Torch. This biography has peculiar attractions for British readers in the many and striking actions of gallantry performed by their countrymen, certainly amongst the very best soldiers (if the best ariny of that perid. Naval and Military Gaxette. Wallenstein. duke of Friedland. What a splendid name, and what a splendid snhj,>cc for bio(rrap)lv At the very outset, we hesitate not to say, that Colonel ltlchell has evinced talents and Inirit worthy of his great theme Umted Service Gazette. •'Colonel Mitchell has left us nothing to desire in the production of his able and interesting-work. The volume contains a very eloquent history of the Thirty Years' War, and the progress of the Reformation in Gefinany. We earnestly recommend it. therefore, to the perusal of the reader, who, we are satisfied, will he as much de- lighted with the talent and spirit of the narrative, as he will be instructed with the impartial and enlightened judgment which breathes throughout.—Edinburgh Even- ing Post. In 3 vols. crown Bvo. ;Cl. lis. 6d. boards, THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, By THOMAS CARLYLE, Vol. 1. The Bastilc. — Vol. IT. The Constitution.— Vol. III. The Guillotine. This is not so much a history as an epic poem and notwithstanding, or even in consequence of this, the truest of histories. It is the history of the French revo- lution, and the poetry of it, both in one; and on the whole, no work of greater genius, either historical 'or poetical, ha> been produced in this country for many years.' A more pains-taking or accurate investigator of facts and sifter of testimonies never wielded the historical pen We do riot say this at random, but from a most extensive acquaintance with his materials, with his subject, and with the mode in which it has been treated by others. Thus endowed, and having a theme the most replete with everv kind of human interest, epic tragic, elegiac, even comic and farcical, which his- tory affords, and so near to us withal, that the authentic details of it are still attainable; need it be said, that he has produced a work which deserves to be nieviiortbie a work which, whatever may be its immediate receplion, 'will not willingly be let die;' whose reputation will be a growing reputation its influence rapidly felt, for it will be read by the writers; and, perhaps, every histori- cal work of any note which shall hereafter be written in this country will he different from what it would have been if this book were not."—Westminster Review. This is one of the few books of our tirue that are likely to live for some generations beyond it. Some years will pass before these volumes begin to be gene- rally TCliSlICLI hut relished they will be, and that tho- roughly, sooner or later."—Examiner. "There is no account of the French revolution that can be in the slightest degree compared with this for intensity of feeling and profoundness of thoughl. Monthly Repository. ''After perusing the whole of this extraordinary work we can allow, almost to their fullest extent, the high qualities with which Mr Carlyle's idolators endow him." Times, In 2 vol,.i. -El. Is. cloth, THE RELIQUES OF FATIIER PKOUT, With Eighteen Illustrations by D. MAC LISE, Esq. A.R. A■ For learning, talent, and originalitv. no one has sur- passed FATHER PROUT."—Literary Gaxette. In 1 vol. 5. cloth. RECOLLECTIONS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT, BART. By R. p. GILLIES. Section I. His n')yhooel and Youth,-Sect: II. His Early M,"Iliood.-Sect. III. Love, Honour, Obedience, TroopsJ of Frilntls.-Sccl. IV. The Sere and Yellow Leaf. "We have read this volume with much pleasure, and can confidently recommend it." Glagow Times. In 1 vol. crown 8vo. 10s. 0d. cloth, VOYAGES UP THE MEDITERRANEAN AND THE INDIAN SEAS; With Memoirs compiled from the Logs and Letters of a Midshipman. By JOHN A. HERAIJD. Embellished with a l'ortrait and Engravings from Origi- nal Drawings, by the subject of the Memoirs. We have been deeply interested in reading this vo- lume. We warmly recommend it.-Naval and Military Gaxette. In 1 vol. 8vo. 12s. boards, THE GREEK. PASTORAL POETS; Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus. Translated by M. J. CHAPMAN, with Notes. "This is a treasury of sweets."—-Atlas, In I vol. royal 8-0. £ 1. Is. cloth, TEMPLES, ANCIENT AND MOOEERN; OR, NOTES ON CHURCH ARCHITECTURE. By WILLIAM BARDVYELL, Architect. This volume was dedicated, by express permis- sion, to his late Itbst Gracious Majesty. William the Fourth, and is illustrated with Fifteen Plates and Forty- three Woodcuts. "A beautiful and valuable work, got up with much tatt", and full of itiforinatiori.Litet-iiry Gaxette. FRASER'S PANORAMIC PLAN OF LONDON, With ail the improvements to Michaelmas, 1847. For the Pochet, In a French Case, and embossed cloth, with the various Boundaries carefully coloured in out- line, bi, ditto, and beautifully embossed ro .n. the whole Map lull coloured in a superior manner, 6s. For the Library, Drawing Room, c.-On black roller, coloured and varnished, 7s. 6d.; oil Ilahogany roller, French polished, 9s. 0 This plan is about twentVvtwo inches in length, and a foot in breadth but so clearly and accurately rngraved as to be adequate for all needful reference. Tints of colour assist the eye, and ahnostrendfr the sheet a pic- ture. For neatness, coiivenieucy, ami general merit, we have nowhere seen a plan of our immense capital so worthy of public favour as ti,is.Liter,i-ry Gaxette. All Orders for \ew Books, Magazines, and Periodicals, as well as for Printing and Bookbinding, promptly exe- cuted. J. E. DIBB, Gazette and Guardian Office, High Street, Merthyr Tydvil. Just Published, price 0s. bonnd or with Fifty-five County Maps, 12s. 6d. bound, the SIXTH EDITION of LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD BOOK OF ENGLAND AND W ALES, Coutaining an Account of all the DIRECT and CROSS ROADS; together with a Description of every Remark- able Place; its Curiosities, Manufactures, Commerce, Population, and Principal Towns. To which are added. PLEASURE TOURS to the most picturesque parts of the Country, as well as a new and correct list of MAIL- COACH ROUTES. The whole forming a Complete .Guide to every Object worthy the attention of Travellers. London: LEIGH and SON, 421, S rand, (removed from 18.) Sold by J. K Dihb, Hih Street, Merthyr Tydvil and by all Booksellers in To*'ii and Country. JUST PUBLISHED, NEW LITERARY AND MUSICAL PERIODICAL. No 6. price Three-pence, to be continued Weekly, and Monthly, in ti neat Wrapper, rrHE SUNBEAM: a Journal, devoted to PoHte ,dL Literature and Music. It will embrace Original Papers by the first Authois of the day, aud Posthu nous Writings by Sir Walter Scott, I Thomas Chatterton, 13 SirEgertonBrydges, \V. H. Ireland, S. T. Coler dge, Lady Caroline Lamb, Robert Burns, Mrs Montagu, &e. ORIGINAL MUSIC BY Bishop, Bocosa, Snla, Uaruett, Lotler, Ka-kbrenner. With Adaptations and Arrangements from Buethoven, Handel Corelli Ha'd% Weber) And all the old M<is,ers. r,ond,)n: -Pub! i,e,l for the Proprietors, by G. Berger, Holywell Street, Strand. "J WILLIAM JONES, havin. been dulv aP- 5u',«Pr°r" r ? ^'u to W«>» «he RENT ,n rll l' HS for the Parishes of SI'. OAVID S and CANr.tEFF the Ha|n,el of M0DRID, « "?Pyt a,ld "'e Chapelrv of ST. MAJU S.m the Parish of S:. j„lln, ja Cimntv of Brecrm, under the provisions of the Act of his late Ma- jesty William IV., C and /,CAP 71> INTITULE() \N ACT mV < \r England and Wales," ",v,L LIC MEETING of the J ^01 U 111 the saia Parishes, Ham- et, and Chaoelry, to be holden at the BELL INN, in the rownofBltECON',onYilID.y, the 30ih day of MARCH. at which Meeting all Proprietors of 11 S LAVING any Maps 01 PLANS thereof, ARE requested to produce THE sauve and such Proprietors are further requested, then and there, to instruct the said Valuer as t? what Maps are to be used torthepur poses of the Appor- tionments, and upon such other pninls itS are required by the Acts 6 and 7 William IV.. cap. 71 and I Viet. c. 69; and, in default thereof. I shall proceed to such appoitionments under the geneial powers vested in me by the said recited Acts. March 1st, 18;;5. WILLIAM JOES. T THE undersigned, beiN» A Tuhe-0 wner, within the Parish of-MACHEN, in the Coun- ties of MONMOUTH and GLAMORGAN, whose interest is not less than One-fourth put of the whole v^1 ue of the Tithes in the said Parish, DO, BY It 1[S NO I ICE in writing under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MliETIVf} OF LAN!) OWNERS AND TITHE-OWNE ;S within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an AGREEMENT FOR THE GKNHRVL COMMUTA- TION OF TITHES within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the 61I1 and 7th years of the reign (1f hidJate Majesty, King William the Folirt)),intitiiieti 11 An Act for the Com- mutation of Tithes in England and Wales and I DO II EH EBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such MEETING WILL DE HELD at the SCIIOOI,-IIOUS; in the said Parish, on WEDNESDAY, the Fourteenth day of MARCH next, at the hour of Twelve o'clock at noon. Given tinder my hand this Tenth Day of February, J83S. AUGUSTUS MORGAN, llcctor of the said Parish. Britannia Life Assurance Company. No. 1, PRINCES STREET, BANK, LONDON. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. mirtdor William Bardgett, Esq. Robert Eglinton, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Esq" James Foster, hsq. Win. Fechney Tilack, Esq. I Roht. Foster, Esq. John Biightman, Esq. I Alex-Robert Irvine, Esq. George Cohen, Esq. Peter Morrison, Esq. Millis Coventry, Esq. Henry Lewis Sinale, Esq. John Drewett, Esq. Thomas leed. Esq. EUTIITORJS, Edward Bevan, Esq. I Andre Jopp, Esq. itletJical OFFICERS John Sims, M.D. Cavendish Square.—Ebenezer Smith, Esq, Surgeon, Billiter Square. JSTAUUTIUJ COUNSEL, The Hon. John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. Solicitor, William Bevan, Esq. Old Jewry. 13atther. Messrs. Drewett and Fowler, Princess Street, Bank. agent, For Newport, Monmouthshire, Benjamin Jackson, Esq. FIXTUTCAL (DFFTCCR. JLIIOIDA BREWER, Esq. This Institution is so constituted as to afford the bene- fitsof Life Assurance in their fullest extent to Policy- holders, and to present greater facilities and accommo- dation than can be obtained in any similar establishment. Among others, the following improvements on the sys- tem usually adopted, are recommended to the attention of the Public. An ample subscribed capital, invested in such a man- n'er as always to be 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 where Assurances arc efft-cted by way of securing loans or debts, a less immediate payment being required on a policy for the whole term of life than in any other office and the holder having the option of paying a periodirally increasing rate, or of having the sum 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 medieal attendant of the ty consulted ou behalf and at the expense of the Company, 1 olicies effected by persons on their own lives not rendered void in case of death bv duelling or the hands of justice. In the event of suicide, if the policy be ass gncd to a buna jide creditor, the sum assured paid without deduction—if not so assigned, the full amount of premiums returned to the family of the assured. Policies revived wilhout the exaction of a fine within twelve months, on the production of satisfactory evi- dence as to health, and payment of interest on the premiums due. Age of the Assured in every caso admitted in the Policy. All claii4s payable within one month after proof of death. r Extract from Increasing Rates of Premium for an Assurance of X[oo for Whole Term of Life. Annual Premium payable during First Second Third Foutth Remain- Age. Five Five Five Five der of Years. Years. Years. Years. Life. on V £ s- d £ ,s. d £ s. d £ d. 20 1 1 4 1 5 10 I 10 11 I 16 9 2 3 8 3° 1 6 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 73944555636 13 7 30 1 6 1122119 1274 2 17 6 40 1 16 1 244214 16 3 7 3 434 50 2 16 73944555636 13 7 PETER MORRISON Itest dent Director, GLAMORGANSHIRE. A VERY IMPORTANT SALE OF OAK TIMBER. Upwards of 10,000 Trees WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, IN LOTS, By Mr ADAM MURRAY, At the SHIP AND CASTLE INN, at the Seaport Town of NEA TH, on WEDNESD AY, 28th MARCH next, 1838. unless an acceptable offer is made for the Land and T.mber by private treaty, of which due notice will be given. (CAPITAL SHIP BUILDING TIMBER, fit for ■J the Navy and Merchant Service. standing near the Neath and Swansea Junction Canal, Sea-port of Neath, and the Swansea Canal. William Hunter, at Longford CotM, will show the Timber; and for further Particulars, apply to Mesrs. Tattersall and Murray, Surveyors and Land Agents, 47, Parliament Street, London. Catalogues will be ready early in March. Letter" to be post paid. OAK TIMBER & COPPICE FOR SALE, TOGETHER OR IN LOTS, AT NETTLECOVIBE, SOMERSET And its Neighbourhood, adjoining the Bristol Channel, OAK TREES, fit for Ship Building, and a considerable number of them of immense length and ginh, and coutaining a great quantity of crjoked Timber. -ALSO, SO ASH TREES OF VERY GOOD QUALITY, AND SIX YCITES OF 0\K COPPICE, For which purooso aa AP"l'rO'f WILf, BE HELD, at the T!{EVELYAN AHMS INV, YARD MILLS, on THURSDAY, the 29th iVf ARCH, 1S38, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon. A further description will be published by handbills in the neighbourhood. To view apply to Mr James Babbage, at Nettlecombe Court; and for further particulars, and to treat, to him, or MR Rowcliffe, Solicitor, Stogumber, near Tauuton, if by letter post paid. Dated, 27ih Feb., 1838 CARRIAGE AND HORSES. I(' tro be «?0Ur,y| A LIGHT BAROUCHETrE AND PAIR OF t USlFUL HOUSES, who will also go in Single Harness. Price of Carriage, Horses, and Double IlarneM, ,60 Guineas Apply, if by letter, Post-paid, to Mr Bird, Post Office,' Cardiff. V BRXDCS-END NEW MARKET. TO BE LET BY AUCTION, At the WYNDHAM ARMS INN, SRIDGBND, Glamorganshire, on SATUIIDAY, 17th Day of MARCH, 1838, "PILE TOLLS OF BRIDGEND NEW IVMRFCET, t for Que Year from the 25th day oPMar 1838. The Tolls to be collected ou the same scale OF cltprges as during THE* last year. Since 11.. OPENING tiE tbarkc: these Tolls have increased and from THE growing demand of the neighbourhood, it is concluded they will in the ensuing year be further augmented. Approved Security to he given for the regular payment of the Rent and performance of the conditions, to be produced on the day of Letting. All further puticlllar. may be known by application to Mr John Randall. Bridgend. All Letters to be Post-paid. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. Call of Five Pounds per Share. ''PHE DIRECTORS of the TAFF VALE RAIL- WAY COMPAVY. acting under the provisions of the Act of Incorporation, H KtEBY GIVE NOTICE, that the Proprietors of Shares are requested to PAY, on or before the 12th Day of MARCH next, tar anyone of the undermentioned llanks,the Sum of FIVg POUNDS, on each of their respective Shares, viz London and Westminster Bank London. West of England and South Wales District Bristol. Bank J Ditto Ditto Ditto Cardiff. Ditto Ditto Ditto. Merthyr. Messrs Wilkins and Co Merthyr. Monmouthshire aud Glamorganshire Bank- ) Cardiff. ing Company. S National Provincial Bank Cardiff. By order of the Board of Directors, JOSEPH BALL, 1Secretary. Railway Office, Cardiff, 14th Feb. 1838. CONTRACT FOR WORKS. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. READING DISTRICT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the DIRECTORS will MRET At their OFFICE, No. 2, PRINCK'S STREET, H ANK, on THURSDAY, the 22nd MARCH, at Twelve o'Olock, to receive TENDERS for the execution of the following Works :— COTRAC r No.3.-R. The Excavation and Formation of all thearthwork. and the Construction of all Bridges, Culverts, and other Brickwork and Masonry, and the entire completion (excepting the laying.tlie permanent rails) of that por- tion of the Line extending from the Bridge No. I, R. now building o"er the River Thames at Gathampton, near Bassildon, Berks, to the Bridge over the Thames at Moulsiord, in the same County, being a distance of about 3 miles and 23 chains, ::> CONTRACT No. 4 —R. The Excavation and Formation of all the Earthwork, and the Construction of all Bridges, Culverts, and other Brickwork and Masonry, and the entire completion (excepting the laying the permanent rails) of that por- tion of the Line extending from the Bridge over the Thames at Moul-ford, to a Road near Vauxhall Farm, in the Parish of Dudcot, County of Berks, being a distance of about 6 miles and 4 chains, Plans and Specifications of the above Works may be seen, and PriuteJ" Forms of Tender obtained at the Company's Offices in Prince's Street, Bank, and also at the Railway Office at Streatley, in Berks, on and after Monday the 26th instawf. The Directors do not consider themselves bound to' accept the lowest Tender, and they expect the parties to attend at the Office, AT One o'clock on the 22nd March. CHAS. A. SAUNDERS, >A<H.ROT!IRIES THOMAS OSLER. SCCRETARIES- CARDIFF GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY. Call of f.5 per Share. PROPRIETORS of SHARES in the above JL Company are requested to pay to the Treasurer at the National Provincial Bank, Cardiff, the sum of FIVE POUNDS on each of their Shares, on or befora the 31st day cf MARCH next, an order for a call to such amount having been made by the Directors, By Order of the Directors. Cardiff, 27 Feb. 1838. E. P. RICHARDS. 1838, TO COVER THIS SEASON, at PENLAN, BRECKNOCK, UPSTART. A I liorough-bred Horse, (the Property of W alter Maybery, Esquire), got by Champignon, out of lho- masina, Graudam of Jerry, a Wiuuer ol the Great St, Leger. TERMS.. £ • s. Thorongli-bred 5 5 Half-bred 1 1 Exclusive of G.OJU/» Fe X t Notice of the Annual Election of Guardians of the Poor. MERTHYR TYDVIL UNION. /fHE Churchwardens and Overseers of the several Parishes comprised in the above Union, and hereinafter named, will, in pursuance of the order of the Poor Law Commissioners for England and Wale* proceed, on the Twenty-ninth day of MARCH, to the Election of the number of Guardians of the Poor set opposite the names of such Parishes, for the Year ending March the 25th. 1839. Merthyr Tydvil 8 Guardians. Vaynor 2 ditto Gelligaer 2 ditto Llanfabon 1 ditto' Llanwonno 1 ditto Aberdare 3 ditto Penderrin 2 ditto Ystradyfodwg 1 ditto Rhigos I ditto Any person entitled to vote in any of the said Pa- rishes may propose, as the Guardian or Guardian* thereof, any number (not exceeding the number to be there elected,) of persons who are severally rated to the Poor Rate of any Parish in the Union, in respect of property of the annual value or rental of ;C25. The proposal must be written, and must state the names, residences, and sailings, of the persons proposed and the name of the proposer, and must be deiivered to one of the Churchwardens and Overseers of such Parish on or before the Twenty-third day of March. Owners of rateable property in such Parish, as well as rate-payers, are entitled to vote, provided their names are on the register of owners, or if they send in to the Churchwardens and Overseers before the day of election, their claims to vote, with a statement of their names and address, and a description of their property. Owners may'alsO vote by proxy, but proxies must make the statements above-mentioned for their princi- pals, and transmit to the Callrchwardens and Overseers the originals or attested copies of their appointments. In case of a contest for theotfice of Guardian in any of the said Parishes, the votes will be given in papers, to be left by the Churchwardens and Overseers two days, at least, before the day fixed for the election, at the houses of those residents of the Parish, who are then entitled to vote All residents out of lhe parish, and all per- sons wlk(i hecoaic entitled after that day, must apply 10 one of the Church wardens and Overseers for voting papers, on the day of election. The forms of nomination papers, statements of own- ers, and appointment of proxy, may be seen and copied by voters, at the Board Room, in the Town of Merthyr Tydvil. J. W. EDWARDS, Clerk to the Board of Guardians. CARDIFF UNION. Notice of the Annual Election of Ganrdiam of the Poor. T^HE Churchwardens and Overseers of the several Parishes comprised in the above Union, and herein- after named, will, in pursuance of the order of the ipoor Law Commissioners for England aud Wales, pro- ceed on the 29th day of March, 183S. to the Election of the number of the Guardians of the Poor set opposite the names of such Parishes for the year ending "25th March, 1839. No. of Guardians. No. of Guardians. Town of Cardiff. 4 Welsh St. Uonat's I ST. NICHOLAS 1 WHITECHURCH 2 St. Lythan's 1 LANDAFF 2 PENMARK 1 LLANTRISSANT 3 LLANEDARNE 1 LLANILLTERNE 1 LISVANE 1 Peterstone super EI y I L.LANISHEN 1 St. Bride's suplfr Ely. 1 Roath .IR-idr y. 1 PENDOYLON 1 Vaen 1 St. FAGAN'S. 1 CAIRAN 1 EGWYSILAN 3 MICHAELSTONE super Ely 1 Llanwitvardre 1 LECKWITH I PENTYRCH I LLANDOUGU 1 RADYR 1 MICHALSTOUE LE PIT 1 St. George's I Penarth I LLANTRITHYD 1 COGAN I Bonvilstone 1 Lavernock 1 S!. ANDREW'S I PORTHKERRY I CADOXTON JUXTA BARRY.. 1 Barry 1 Laucarvou I MERTHYRDOVAN 1 Stilly .ISt. iliellon's I Wcnvoe 1 ROMNEY I Any person entitled to vote in any of the said parishes may propose, as the Guardian or Guardians thereof, any number (not exceeding the number to be there elected) of Persons who are severally rated to the Poor Rate of any Parish in the Union, in the respect of property of the Annual Value or Rental of £ "25. The proposal must be written, and must state the names, residences, and call- ings, of the persons proposed, and the navae of the pro- poser, and must be delivered to one of the Churchwardens and Overseers of such Parish, on or before the 22d day of March, 1838. J Owners of rateable property in such Parish, as well as Rate Payers, are entitled to vote, provided their names are on the register of owners, or if they send in to the Churchwardens and, Overseers before the day of election their claims to vote, with a statement of their names and address and a description of their property. Owners may also vote by proxy; but proxies must make the statements above mentioned for their principals, and transmit tft the Churchwardens and Overseers the originals or attested copies of their appointments. In case of a contest for the office of Guardian in any of the saui Parishes, the votes will he given in papers to be left by the Churchwardens and Overseers, two days, at least, before the day fixed for the Election, at the houses of those residents of the Parisu who are then entitled to vote. All residents out of the Parish, and all persons who become entitled after that day, must apply to one of the Churchwardens and Overseerr. for voting-papers on the day of Election. o r r The forms of nomination papers, statemen's of owners, and appointment of proxy, may be seen and copied by voters, at the Clerk's Office, St. Mary Street, CaruilT. THOMAS WA'I KINS, Clerk to the Board of Guardians. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that applica- tion is intended to be made to Parliament in the next Session, for leave to bring in a Bill for making and maintaining a Railway or Railways, Tram Road or Tram Roads, to be called THE CWM GARW RAIL- WAY, to commence at or near Brach-y-Cymmev, in the Parish of Llangeinor, in the County of Glamorgan, and to terminate at the Dvffryn Llynfi and Porth Cawl Railway, near Pentwyn Bayden, in the Parish of Llan- j gonoyd, in the same County and also for making and maintaining a Branch from and out of the said Railway or Railways, in the Parish of St. Brides Minor, to unite or communicate with the Bridgend Railway, in the same Parish, or in the Parish, of Coity, in the same County, as may hereafter be determined on. And which said Railway or Railways, and Branch, will pass from, through, or into the several Parishes, Townships, Tythings, Hamlets or places, of Llangeinor, Braich-v- Cymmer, otherwise, Brach Cymmar, Bettws, Cwm Du, St. Bride's Minor, Llangonoyd, and Coity, all in the County of Glamorgan, or one of them, and to make and maintain all necessary Bridges, Culverts, Viaducts, Tunnels, Archways, Embanfcments, Build- ings, Stations, Wharfs, Depots, Warehouses, Roads, and other Worts material and necessary to the said HaiVway or Tram Road, for the more com- plete u3e and enjoyment of the same. And it is in- tended to apply for powers to be granted in and by the said Bill, to authorise the taking of such Tolls. J* ares, Dues, Rates, Rents, and sums of money, as shall be mentioned in the said, Bill or Bills and for purchasing taking, and holding Lands. Tenements, Hereditaments, -and Premises within the said several Parishes, Town- ships, Tythings, Hamlet or places before mentioned and described, for the purposes aforesaid. And it is also intended to apply for powers to be granted in and by the said Bill or Bills, to deviate from the said Line of the said intended Railway, or Tram Road, for the making of which powers are so intended to be applied tor as aforesaid, as the same will be defined in the said intended application to Parliament, to any extent, not exceeding Qne hundred yards*, on either side o Line or Lines as aforesaid.—And Notice is ilereby likewise Given, that it is intended to apply for power to be granted in and by the said Bill or Bills, as the same will be defined in such appli- cation to Parliament to divert or altev all such Road or Roads as shall be necessary to be diverted or altered in the construction or formation of such Rail- Va^, °!L"ailways, and Branch, and also to divert such Rivers, Canals, streams or running waters, as the same may be required to be diverted for the con- struction or formation of such Railway or Railways and Branch, and that it is intended to abandon or relinquish so much of the present [livers, Canals, Streams, or Kunning Waters, as shall be rendered unnecessary or useles;, by reason of such diversion or diversions as aforesaid, or any of them AND NOTICE is Hereby Given, that a Plan and Section of such intended Railway and Branch, W- u ? ttefer«nce thereto, will be deposited with the Clerk of the Peace forthe said County of Gla- morgan, on or before the First Day of March next. And a Plan and Section, so far as relates to each Parish, W- i! i!C S°°- Koference thereto, will be deposited with the 1 ansh Clerks of the respective Parishes tra- versed by the said Line of Railway, on or before the JOth Day of April, now next ensuine Dated the 17th Day of February ,1838. W< ANDREWS, Solicitor for the Bill. THE SCHOONER GLA MORGAN, J- WILLIAMS, Matter, TS NOW LOADING, at COTTON'S AVHARF, X TOOLEY STREET, LONDON, For Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr. Abergavenny, Brecon, Monmouth, Pontypool, Cowbridge, Bridgend, and placet adjacent, AND WILL POSITIVELY SAIL ON THURSDAY, MARCH th 22od, IS3. For Freight, &c. apply to the Master, on Board; Mr R. Burton, jun., Newport; Mr Thomas Richard., Abergavenny Messrs Winstone, Presaer aul Co. Brecon; Mr Smith, the Wharfinger, London; or to Mr H. H. Parry, Ajjent to the Cardiff, Newport, and London Shipping Company, at Cardiff. London, March 7th, 1835. GLAMORGANSHIRE- 7\TOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN, that the L T Next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the said County will be holden Oil TUESDAY, the THIRD DAY of APRIL next, At the Town Hall, in the Town of Co 1113 R 11) G E, in the said County, on which day the Magistrates will tneeP and proieed to Court at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. The Grand Jury will then be sworn, at which timeall Prosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend a lid prefer their Billsof Indictment. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace before eleven o'clock of such day. All busiliess relatiny to the assessment, application, or management, of the County Stock or Rate, and to the internal regulations of the County, will commence at lullf- patt eleven o'clock of such day. All Bills and Demands relating to the Public Expenditure of the County must be delivered into the office of the Clerk of Peace fourteen d ays before the Sessions, or they will not be audited and settledat such Sessions. All Persons who have any Traverse or Appeal to bring before the Sessions, are to be prepared to proceed on the same on Tuesday morning's Court: ex- cept in cases relating to Bastardy, which will not be heard until Wednesday morning's Court. All costs given or allowed by the Court, must be tared at the same Sessions, or they will not be afterwards allowed. The several acting Magistrates within the said County are re- quested to return all Depositions, relating to Felonies and Misdemeanors to be prosecuted at the same Sessions, into the office of the Clerk of the Peace at Cardiff, on or before Friday, the Thirtieth Day of Nlwrcll instant. Cardiff, 3d March, WOOD, 1838. Clerk of Peace. BRECONSHIRE. 7VrOT/CE rs HEREBY GIVEN, that the Next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for this County, will be holden On TUESDAY, the THIRD day of APRIL Next, at the Shire-hall, in the town of Brecon on which day the Magistrates' will meet and proceed to Court at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, The Grand Jury will then be sworn at which time all Prosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend (ind prefer their Bills of Indictment; and all Appeals and Traverses intended to be prosecuted at the same Sessions, and notice of all applications by Overseers or Guardians of Parishes, for orders upon putative fathers, for reimbursement for maintenance and support of bastard children, under the Act 4th and5th William IV, cap. 76, must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace, before the sitting of the Court. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, That all persons having claims upon the County, in respect of work done and articles furnished for the use of the County Gaol, must attend with their accounts before the Visiting Magistrates, at the Gaol. on "Tuesday, the 37th day of March inst., at eleven o'clock in the forenoon; aNd pet sons having other claims upon the County, must attend with their accounts before the Magistrates, at the Town Hall, Brecon, on Monday, the Second day of April next, at eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, when such several accounts will be audited. And further, that the business relating to the Assess-. ment, Application and Management of the County Stock or Rate will commence at two o'clock in the afternoon of the said Sd day of April next. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY LASTLY GIVEN, That all Costs of Prosecutions to be allowed by the County, must be tared at the same Sessions, previous to or during which they shall be incurred, or they will not afterwards be allowed. Bated the 5th day of March, 1838. POWELL, 1- Clerk, of the Ptace. TO LANDED PROPRIErORS-COAL AND IRON MASTERS, &c. Wa C £ Q) Mineral and Xiand-SurveyorSf Civil Engineers, dec., Neath, THPy LOVE taken a House and Offices .n BRIDGEND, in addition to the Esta- blishment at and in future will carry on their Business in both the above Towns. Communications addressed to either will at all times meet with prompt attention. r Levels taken for Roads, Draining, &c. 1838. T° CR(!V™ ,THIS SEASON, by Subscription, J i •'J; » -ECON, at'Sen Sovereigns each Mare, 10s. the Groom.-Half bred Mares at Three Guineas, and 5s. the Groom. That celebrated HORSE POLL IO. He was bred by General Grosveaor. and was got by Orville, (a winner of the Great St. Leger) out of Illue-stockitigq. (winner of the Riddlesworth, at New. market, in 1819, value of the Stakes 6,600 Guineas, beating twenty-one others; being the largest stakes ever won ¡,y any Horse at one time, since then the Riddles- worth is divided into class..) her dam Briaeis, a winner of the Oaks, by Beuingborough, out of Lady Jane, by Sir Peter. J > J Pollio's grandam Briscis, was also the dam of Abjer, Marcellus, the Student, the General, Discord, and Corinne, (a winner of the Oaks) being some of the largest and best Horses that ever appeared on the British Turf. PoFio i, a beautiful Brown Horse upwards of sixteen hands high, with immense bone and muscle, equal to carry sixteen stone, having proved himself a most ex- cellent Hunter when he hunted with the late King-s Stag Hounds, Few of Pollio's Stock have yet started, yet they have been winners, (beating some of the best Horses of the present day) at Newmarket, Epsom, Ascot, Eghain, Wolverhampton, &c. &c. &e. Pollio is also the Sire of the Duke of Richmond's Pussy, winner of the Oaks, at Epsom in 1834, of 50 sovereigns each, ninety-five subscribers; beating Lord Jersey's Nell Gwynne, by Sultan, (own sister to bav Middlcton) Lord Berner's May Day, (winner of the 1,000 guineas stakes at Newmarket that year, and own Sister; Phosphorus, winner of the Derby last year Mr Walker's Cottillon, winner of the two.years old Stakes at York, and the Champagne, and Produce Stakes at Doncllster, and eleven others. Pussy, the only other time she started that year, won the Ascot Derby Stakes of 50 sovereigns each. teu sub- scrioels, carryioug 5ibs. extra; beatinm Alr Forth' Louisa, Lord Exeter's Lumber, and Mr Payne's Gauges, (G i iselda, by Pollio, also won the Derby Slakes at Ascot, in 1835.) In 1835 and 1836, Pussy won several races, beating Rioter, Shillelah, Lucifer lideine, Zulima, Lady-de- gros, Pickle, Fiddle Faddle, Begum, Delightful, Rosalie, Lotteria, Pinchor, &c, &c.; she also received forfeit fl*om Gleiicoe and Glaucus. In 1837, Pussy won the King's Plate at the Newmarket first Spring Meeting for Mares, three miles 9st. 10ib,, beating Lord Egremont's Helga, Mr Forth's Louisa, and Mr Smith's Eagle, in the same meeting iK a trial. Pussy beat Lord Licifield's Elis, winner of the Great Doncaster St. Leger in 1636. Pollio's Stock from Ha.f-bred Mares are now selling at high prices for Steeple Chasers, Chargers, and Hunters, I being Horses of great sije, power and symmetry. There are now two Colts and a Filly of Pollio's gei in the County of Hereford, rising two years old the 2nd January last; 1838) the one stood 15 hands and a half high, aud the other two 15 hands high they are allowed by good judges to be the best cclts ever seen in that country. Pollio and Einilius are the only Sous of Orville, now covering the latter covers at 50 sovereigns a Mare, and is the sire of one hundred and twenty-seven winners, including Priam, winner of the Derby; Plenipotentiary, winner of the Derby Mango, winner of the Sl. Leger, Oxygen, winner of the Ojks,Scc.&c.; Miss Letty, winner of the last Oaks was by Priam, Pollio ana Emilins possess more of tLe Sampson and Trumpator blood than any other Horses living, Hay, Corn and Grass at the usual prices, all ex. penses to be paid on or before 3Q: h of June, 1838. Applications to Roger Powell, Maltster, Brecon. BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS WILL SAIL During the NEXT WEEK, as follows: FROM BRISTOL, MAR. 1-2, MONDAY 7 morn 13, TTESDAY 7^ morn 14, WEDNESDAY s mom 15, THURSDAY 8 morn 16, FRIDAY. 8i morn 17, SATURDAY ••••.«••«••••* 9 n^prti FROM NEWPORT. MAR. 12. MONDAY n morn- 13, TUESDAY 6i jmorn 14, WEDNESDAY 64morn 15, THURSDAY 7 morn 16, FRIDAY. 7 morn 17, SATURDAY 71 morii Those times of sailing marked thus are long passages. These Packets will commence plying twice a dav early in the month of April. FARES After Cabin, 4s.-Fore-Cabin, 2g.-Chi;- dren under 12 Y eart of Age, Half-price Dogs, Is each. Fwur-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s Hordes each. 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one Pas&enger, 15s.; Horse and Rider, AfWr-Calin, 7s; ditto Fore-Cabin, Cs. IJ: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 y Goods, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) unless booked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport and if above the value of 40s. to be entered at its value, and Carriage in proportion paid foE. the same at the time of Booking. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New. bridge, and Bedwclty, and a branch from Newbridge to Vantyglo.—A Coach Daily between ihese places and Newport; arriving at Newport about 10 y'clock morn- ing, and starting at I o'clock afternoon. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- pany's Office, Quay, Bristol; or at tTie Packet-OSices, ttowahaiia-Wiiarf, Hotwelis, and Rodnev Wharf, New- Port- JOHN JONES, Agent. CARDIFF and BRISTOL. STEAM PACKETS ARE INTENDED TO PLT During the NEXT WEEK, as follows: NAUTILUS, I. JOHN A-LLEIN, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE H. T. PARFITT, Comaiander. FROM CARDIFF. MAR. 12..Monday .Nautilus 6 mornin^ J*r»"d>y*«Lady Charlotte 6 morning 14..Wednesday..Nautilus 64 morning 15..Thursday.Lady Charlotte 7 morning 17. Saturday .Lady Charlotte 7t morning FROM BRISTOL. MAR. 12..Monday .Lady Charlotte 10 morning Ig..Tuesday .Nauiiiltts 6 morning J-Io.. Wednesday.. Lady Charlotte JOI mornin; 15. • i borsday. Nautilus 6morning 16.. Friday Lady Charlotte 6 morning 17.. Saturday. Nautilus 7 morning On the lalh the LADY CHARLOTTE will proceed to Mm Ml HAD, leaving Bristol at 10 o'clock in the morn- ing. North's Waggon for Merthyr immediately after the arrival of the Packets from Bristol. FARES:—After Cabin, 5s.-Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-price,-Dogs, Is each. b A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms in!*°fi i"W1'r'01 Ciulria?e' 2 U Ditto draw« One Horse i H./r ?Hei rr,age' 10s- 6d-i Horses, 6s T P,f?lnans< -rffler Cab'A.9s- Fore Cabin 7s. Gd., Cattle, Sheep, These Fares include every ex- pence. J Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the NAUTILUS to be sent to \o. U, Quay Street, or to Robert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the LADY CHMILQTTE, to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets, at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge, Aberdare, Cowbridge, Bridgend Llantrissent. and Caerphilly.-Goods forwarded to these Places in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im. mediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery Goods, Package. Parcels, &c. forwarded to all parts Of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information as to Freight, &c. will be readily obtained by applying to the Agents, Mr H. Jones, Agent, 8, Church Street, and at the Packet Office on the Wharf, Cardiff; or ta Mr John Griffith Jones. Agent No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol; for the NAUTILUS Pac- ket; and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr W. B. Owen, 15, Avon Cres- cent, Hotwelis, 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 away before Six o'clock in the evening of the day of landing, wiil be warehoused at the risk and expence of the consignees. All goods to be considered as liens, not onlv for freight and charges due thereon. but also for ail previously un- satisfied. Freight and Charges due bJ consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packet. Disputed w, ights or meamrement, claims for loss or damage, &e., cannot be allowed, unless a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. March, 183S. Protected by rive Patents. PERRYIAN PENS. rpHE SUPERIORITY of the Perryian Pens, for L 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, NO'. 1 2, 3, AND 4 1 0 OFFICE AND FINF. OFFICE PENS ] 0 "NATIONAL PENS, NOS. 7 AND S J G 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 INDIA-RUBBER SPRING PENS 9 6 REGULATING SPRING DITTO 2 6 ELASTIC FOUNTAIN DITTO 2 6 VARNISHED dltt0 I; 0 6 N. B. Each Card contains NINE PENS, with suitable Holder. DRAWING AND MAPPING PENS, perCard of Six Peas, and Hjlder 6 LITHOGRAPHIC PENS,ditto 3 6 PERRYIAN LIMPID INKS. Bottles, 6J., Is.. and 2s. each. BLACK INK POWDERS, 6d., and Is. per Packet. LIMPIDUM, for neutralising the ill effects of the usual I Lk, when used with Metalic Pens, Sixpence per Packet. PATENT PERRYIAN ELASTIC HOLDER. The Elastic Holder is so constructed that it imparts an agreable softness and flexibility to the Pen, rendering it so unconstrained in its action that It does not fatigue the hand, and facilitates ts progress over every description of paper. It may be had with the Perryian Pens at an advance of THREE PENCE per Card. Each Hohier is stamped with the words PATENT PERRY, LONDON Soid by ail Stationers and Dealers in Metallic Peni and at the Manufactory 37 Red Lion Square, London each Card, Packet, and Bottle hears the signature, "JAMES PERRY & Co." Agent for Merthyr Tydvil-J. E. DIBB, Bookseller and Stationer, Guardian Office, High Street.