LONDON MONEY iUAKKKT (From the official list, containing the business actually transacted.) CLOSING PRICES OK BitlTISiI STOCKS—THUHSDAY. Bank StocW, 1/^i- St ck, 216 i per cent lie I., Shut India Ilonds, 2 pm 3 per ct Cons., 89} .Soutli Sea Old Anna, 88 3,V p-r ct Aims. 1x18, 08j} Do. New, — 3| i>er cent li<'d 1-9 C.». for ();ig., <K> NfW 3^ per cts, US; fiCOt) E- B, 12 pm Long An. I860, £ fi09 do. 15 13 |)in l>o. MS,, 1Kr,L>, 12 1 1-15 Sin;ill <lo. 13 15 pm Ov). 30 > rs,, 1800, 12 1 1-1 (> Do. A;L — 1),). 11) 3 191,9, 12 1 1 .1 Sm,,11 13 15 pin Ov). 30 > rs,, 1800, 12 1 1-1 (> Do. A;L — PRICKS OF PORlilON STOCKS—Tiuttisi) IY. Austrian, Portuguese 3 per ceiit, 52 1 12i Ditto Account, 85J Ditto Mi ia.l.c — CjliM.bi.oi, 6 per cut, Spnnisli 5 jut ct, 20 10.J 1824 Ditto Account, 29 2IJ Ditto Acc 20j Ditto Passive. Ditto Def. — Ditto JMerrtM, — Colnm. ex V llrzueLI, Ok Fr. Rentes, 3 per ct, D«ni»h — Kxeban^e,— Mexican 5 per cent., — Dtilt-ii 2,1 1)f-r cent, 51 Ditto Aceounl, Ditt,, Ace( nt. A,c Dutch 5 per cent, 99.J Portuguese 3 i er cent, I8J New Loan, 5 per ct., 9fiJ New 5 p^r cent, 30^ Ditto Aecùunt, Ditto, Ace SHARES. Great Western, 75? I N;ilion:l Provincial Bunk Do NVw, 53§ I of lCc.l:n 3-1 Do Filth. 7| I London & Hitmingb-.un, 102 LONDON MARKETS. GENERAL AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, per Quar- ter, computed i Kim the 1 nspectoi s iietutus. GKNKHAL AVEUAOB. 8. d. I a., d. Wheat. 71 2 ltye 40 1 Barley -.19 10 » 44 8 Oitti 23 6 Peas 41 9 AoallEGATK A VCtlACC OF LAST 31X WEEKS, S. 'I. S. (1. Wheat 73 2 Rye 38 3 Barley 37 S Beam r.i 5 Oats 24 0 I'ei- 45 5 DU1Y ON FOREIGN CORN. S. d. d Wheat 1 0 R>e. 12 0 B lrley 6 4 Leans. 5 0 Oats 10 9 2 o COWBRIDGE. Wheat (imp.b.) 7s. "d S* I'<1 | Veal (Is 0d. Os. 7 Bar lev 3s. 0d 4s. Od Pork 'is. Ud Oats' 2s. 10 3s. (M Lnml> (K, d. 7,j Clever,peril. — »d "uUk1' «d Is | Beef, per d> 0s. 7d. 0s Od Cheese 0j, 6<t. 0s. 6.1 Mutton (peril).} Us 7d. os. 0 HRECON. Wheat I in, b i. 7s 81. to 0'. « '• «<-ef (per lb.) 71 t.Od C.irlev 4s. 4- .I1"'1011 64. 0, 0;.f« 3s. 0. 0s. 0»l. I Veal »,| jjaltl 7s, 9 1. 0s °'h l'0l'ls Gj 0 Grey Peas 0s. 0J. 0s. Od. | Lainlifpcr lb.). (id Uti L. itter 13J to 0,1. Siiltbiitter ;bv the tub) 11, toOd. Skiui CU«M<! toOU,
——<.f>—— PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. Parliament was Prorogued on Thursday last. The following is her My Lords and Gentleman, We are commanded by tier Majesty to acquaint you tiiat it appears advisable to her Majesty to bring- to a rlose the present Session of Parliament. In conformity with the advice of her Parliament, and in pursuance of the declared intentions of her Majesty, her Majesty has taken the requisite mea- sures for the formation of a New Administration, and the arrangements for that purpose have been com- pleted by her Majesty. Gentlemen of the House of Com mons, We have it in command from her Majesty to thank you for the Supplies which you have granted to her )Iajesty for those branches of the public service for which complete provision had not been made by the late Parliament. My Lords and Gentlemen, The measures which it will be expedient to adopt for the purpose ol equalising the Public Income and the Annual Expenditure, and other important objects connected with the Tratle and Commerce of the country will necessarily occupy your attention at an early period alter the Recess. Her Majesty has commanded us to repeat the ex- pression of her deep concern at the distress which has prevailed for a considerable period in some of the principal manufacturing districts, and to assure you that you may rely upon the cordial concurrence of her Majesty in all such measures as shall appear, after mature consideration, best calculated to prevent the recurrence ot that distress, and to promote the great object of all her Majesty's wishes—the happiness and contentment ol her people."
_5- LiVTiiST FROM CHINA. MARSEILLES, October S.—ThejOrienta) has arrived this it)ol.tlil" it 10, having on board Captain Brown, charged with despatches for the Queen of England. The English forced the advanced posts of Canton on the 93d or 27th May, and prepared on the instant to attack Canton itself. The CiJiuese, however, capitu- lated. They pay 6,000,000 dollars. The Tartar garrison evacuated the city 011 the 5th of June. The English have again occupied Hong Kong.
;;¡"Io,wh:'If-W:Æ"JI; BHlPH BJTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. ARRIVALS. EMMA, fulliiter. Exmouth. Commerce, Gainev. Nevpoit, Robert Lawe, Sutton. Cork, Fame, Gruifel, Havle, Providence, Russell, ditto. Marv aid Margaret, Jones, Cork, -Eolus, Mt'phy Waterfird, .Martha. Knox, ditto, Mary J a tie, M'Grath, iitto, Charlotte, Ryan, ditto, Livet- poo!, Phelan. dim, Resolution, Bsa'byn, ditto, Eilen Dnnan, DempseCork, Pheasant. Jones. New Ross, William, Pearn Lvdney, Bridget, O'Brien Water- ford, Taff. liar,Bristol, Yarmouth, Broom, Channel, Comet, Head, Vaterlorxi, Victory, L-mgney, Bristol, Eiiza. Beilgrd, Dungarvon, George, Stanhope, New- port, Good Hop, Trenouth. —, Ann, Hudson, South- ampton, La Pitta, Walsh, Bantry, Felicity, Beynon, Cork, DA\id W.lter, Jenkins, Waterford, Henri-tte, Hahnbeeia, Let don, Mary Ann, Donovan, Kinsaie, William and Saly, French. New Ro?.s, Tucker, Low- ther, Newhavei, Catharine, Hicks, Plymouth, Lady ('hat,lo,,te (s), Bristol, Nautilus (s), Allen, unto. PEPARTritKS. Tagus, Miller London, Shepherd, Shepherd, ditto, May Flower, Ic,til, Ll,ibiiii, F,tiiie, Cork. Herculean, Cool, Philadelphia, John, Huherts, Lon- don, Meninon, Williams, Waterford, Hope aud For- tone, Nit-hof, Ansierdarn, Cathenua Engelina, De Groot, ditto, Monarch, Kahler, Syra Clamorgan, Jones, London, Lforouw Al-.da, Luising, Dorte, Car- row, Brown, London, Oby, Miller, ditto, Eliza,W nls, St. John's Newfoundland, Roger Sherman, Nicholis, Charleston, (V.S), Expert, Brown, Wexlord, John, Power, Waterfor!, Brisk, Harding, Portreath, Ha- zard. Croseombe, Penzance, Cornucopia, Evans, Stral1 ford. Couness Fortescue, Hollow, St. Ives, Brothers, Pope, St. Agnes, Joanna, Richards, Hayle, Blossom, Reed, Miuehead, Nautilus, Harry, Hayle, Jane, Quick, Perz-ince, Yarmouth, Mayor, Channel, Tryphena, Harding, Portreath, Mary, Liuse, Padstow, Providence, Bailey, Bridgwater, Fly, Andrews, Hayle, Trevannance, Sleemau, St. Ives, Drake, Aider, Portreath, Sis ers, Friar, Newport, St. George, Clat- sotnc, ditto, Mary, Hopgood, ditto, Mary, Harwood, I'tule, Come.it-iee, (iainey Uphill, Fame, Granlell, Hayle, Providence, Russell, ditto, Taff, Hart, Bristol, Victory, Longney, ditto, Nuutiius (s.), Allen, ditto, Lady Charlotte, Jeffreys (s.), ditto. VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS. E I G N. Industrie, Adtzliae, Oporto, General Parkhill, Floyt, Philadelphia, (U.S.). Herculean, Cook. ditto, Hope and Fortune, Niehof, Amsterdam, Catherina Engelina, De Groot, ditto, Monarch, Kahler, Syra, Inforouw Alida. Luising, Dordt, Rose, Bayles, Na- ples, Ehza, Wills, St. John's, Newfoundland, Roger Sherman, N icholls, Charleston, J,U.S ), Pilot, Peter- sen, Hamburg, Germaoia, Yv'oltt. Constam inople.
J_ FUNERAL OF THE MARCHIONESS OF BUTE. (From the Cambridge Chronicl.) On Tuesday,Sept. 21st, in the parish church of Kit tling, in this county, the remains of Iaria North, Marchioness of Bate, were deposited in a vault belongirw to the North familv, which had not been opt tied for the reception of any corpse for upwards of 150 years. Below we give an extract from a letter from Cowlinge, near Newmarket, dated Sep. 22nd, 11:>11 Yesterday was a mournful day in the adjoining parish ( in consi quence. of the funeral of the late lamented Marchioness of Bute, v. ho was brought fr lint YVnliner, where she died, to be inteneo in the vault of the North family. The tenantry having requested to be permitted to escort the procession when it arrived in the neighbour- hood, which was kindly aiC did to, they, with her ladyship's bmd steward at their head.met the hearse with six horses and three mourning coaches andfour,at Saxon street, near the borders of the estate,and preceded the procession on horsehack to the Tower, (which is part of the ancient residence of the IJarons North, of Kirtlin; and has recently been coti,-crtc-d into a sm,,Il residence for the tise of tbc family, and fr-m thence to the church yard, where the hearse was met by the noble Miirquis as chief mourner, his brow.er. Lord James Stewart. Lonl Stewart lie Kotbsay. Lord Sheffield, Col. North, Mr Criehton Stewart, and Mr De Grave, con- ducted by the tenantry on foot to tiie church door, and from thence to a brick grave within the family vault. "In the vault whirl. wa li¡h:ed up with wax candles, I noticed several coffins containing the remains of her ladyship's ancestors, from the year 1554, downwards. At Saxon street, t herew as a great number of persons assembled to witness the mournful ceremony which increased as the procession moved on in an amazing degree, and on reaching the church yard, it seemed as if nearly the whole population of Kirtling and Ashley (where her ladyship's estates are situate) were got together, and also an immense concourse of person ■! from the adjoininsr parishes, of the yeomanry and their families, and particularly >>f the poor, insomuch that the clitircli, a large one, would not hold them all. Every person present, the poor in particu^r, shewed a sincere sorrow for the loss they had sustained in such a benefactress and well they might, for ever since her ladyship came to these estates, their comfort and welfare has been her chief consideration. The farm tenants, from the liberality and kindness thev have always -experienced from the late Marchioness and his lordship, were fully impressed with the extent of the loss that they had sustained. "The mannerin which all the melancholy arrange- ments were conducted by Mr Spain, of Deal, the undertaker, were highly creditable to hi.n. I understand that her ladyship havintr expressed a wish to build some almshouses in the parish, his Lord- ship lia; declared his intention of having them erected forthwith."
It is with feelings of great regret that we have to announce the total destruction of the matrnincent mansion of Lord Dinorben, near St. Asaph, in Fiiut- shtie. We learn that the fire was first seen issuing from the sleeping apartment ot Lady Dinorben, between 9 aud 10 o'clock on Monday night. The Pengwinn engine shortly alter arrived and played over the iron and stone room, where the plate was kept, and the whole contents of that closet were safely removed and conveyed to Sir John Williams's residence, at tiie end of tile park. By this timp. the Haines had ascended to the copper roof, but the state apartments and the lower rooms were yet safe, which enabled the spectators to remove the pictures, the books, and nearly ail the furniture Irom the state apartments, tiie dining, and also the servants' rooms below. Her ladyship's jewellery was entirely preserved. Nothing now remains of this vast editice but the massive marble pillars of the great hall. The copper from the root poured down in sheets of liquid tire. The house was commenced by the father of his lordship in the year 1780 and finished in 1783. Since that time the present owner has added to the pile several rooms and out offices, comprising upwards of 50 beds lor strangers. ihe gentry and peasantry were all completely knocked up by incessant exertions during the night. t> At a numerous atid highly respectable meeting of merchants antl others at the Mansion bouse on Friday, it was resolved 10 present some testimony to the pro- prietors of the Times in token of thanks for the exertions made and expenses incurred by them in exposing a nest of commercial swindlers, as detailed jn the trial" Bogle v Lawsou,
ORGAN IN THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF LLANDAFF. While in more lengthen'd notes and slow The deep, majestic, solemn organs blow" PorE. To the Editor of the Advertiser and Guardian SIR,—Your remarks on the ;,bore subject in yotif columns of the 2nd instant, induces iiic to express my surprise that it has been suffered to remain so long unnoticed. In these days of science and of song," when the Divine art of music is so much cultivated,—when we read the accounts of the intro- duction of that noble instrument, into the country Churches* in the hitherto uncultivated wilds of our mountain land," and when we hear, in the differ- ent towns and cities through which we pass, the soul-stirring sounds of the pealing organ," ascend- ing forth from so many small dissenting places of worship, it is certainly a matter of regret, and carries the appearance of great apathy and a want of true devotional spirit on the part of those connected with her, that our venerable Cathedral Church, the foun- tain-head of the diocese, should have so long lacked this great addition to her beautiful services. It is now, I believe, nearly a century ago since an ancestor of the present ancient family of Cern Mablv> in this county, presented the Cathedral with r.U organ, and if there be not to be found in the present day one individual, possessed of the means, princely- minded enough to follow so good an example, perhaps an appeal to the many may have the desired elfeet. I have heard the salary of an orgatiwt put forth as an objection against having an instrument, but surely the spirit, both of the many rev. gentlemen connected with the Chapter, and of the resident gentry and others attached to the establishment, would not suffer so trifling an impediment to stand in the way. If I may be allowed to suggest the means, I should say a small annual subscription from each would suffice to remove that objection. In the event of a subscription being set on foot, I shall feel great pleasure in contributing my mite either towards the instrument, or for a person to perform upon itt or indeed to both if necessary. You, Sir, have kindled a spark which I have thus humbly endeavoured to fan into a flame. I shall now leave the subject and trust it will be taken up by some one more competent to the task, and hoping the flame may go on increasing until it be extin- guished only by the attainment of the desired object. Remain, Sir, Yours respectfully, Oct. 6th, 1S41. BETA. Blaina and Trevethin.
To the Editor of the Advertiser and Guardian. ,Si it, I n the report of the investigation which took place last week, with respect to the melancholy acci- dent at the Penydarren Iron Works, there appeared as part of the verdict of the jury what 1 consider it to he a duty to myself and family to prove erroneouSt and this I do without imputing the conclusion they arrived at to anything more in them than they judged to have been betrayed by me, namely, ignorance'' ■Nothing can be more satisfactorily proved than that I had on the day on which this awlul accident oc- curred, done all that I am required to do, and had found nothing wanting as far as there was a possibility of ascertaining by me, who am continually going from engine to engine and cannot without being actu dly present at each of them, know whether th« supply of water is at every moment what it ought to he. I fence it is evident that my care alone cannot render it impossible for accidents to occur, and that 1 can be answerable only for the condition of the engine at the times ol actual inspection, between which in- tervals must occur in which neglect, or ignorance, 01 both, may produce what I am by no means answer- both, may produce what I am by no means answer- able for. Trusting you will insert these lines in your next, and that it may obtain the same circulation as the report. I remain, sir. yours obediently, THOMAS LKWIS, Superintendant. Penydarren, Oct. 5th, 1841.
The City of Hereford Eicetion took plice 011 Monday morning last, when R. Pulsford, Esa., young and unknown man was elected. He was* op* posed by E. G. Griffiths l-sq, but who did not make 11 personal canvass. Mr Puisfords majority was 145 which is 45 less than that obtained by Mr Hobhotf** at the last Flection. Mr Griffiths the polled only 12 votes less than Mr Burr did on the saiH3 occasion. This shows a groat Conservative re-acti"11 in Hereford, a city which we trust will soon liil/O another Tory member in the House of Commons. The fairs last week, in Pembrokeshire, viz., PerJJ broke, Haverfordwest & Narberth, went off with great spirit; cattle realized good prices, as manifested bf the following anecdote —One farmer meeting fxnothCj enquired —'• what kind of cattle was iu demand-" His friend replied, "he could not indeed tell what particular kind was required, for the dealers were buying all sorts." Sir George Cockburn has been returned for Ript)", in the the room of Sir Edward Sudden, Lord Chancel- lor of Irelahd.-A vacancy has occurred in the repre" seutation of Wilton, by the elevation of the Earl of Malmcsbury. The Earl of Shrewsbury, Roman Cathol ic noblcum0' ha> published a pamphlet in defence of Sir Uvbcr Peel's Ministry and the Corn Laws. -of! —
Diocese of jjlandalf, ORDER OF CONFIRMATION THROUGHOUT THE DIOCESE. THE LORD BISHOP of LLANDAFF WIN hold CONFIRMATIONS at the following places this year, viz. :— At Usk illonday October 11 Pontypool Tuesday ———— 12 Caerleon Wednesday.. ———— 13 Divine Service will commence at each place at Eleven o'clock. The Clergy of the several Parishes will furnish their Candidates with Cards in the following form :— A. B. Examined for Confirmation, and 1 approved, by me, | C.D., Minister of E-. | The Cards will be delivered to the Chaplain in attendance on the Bishop at each place of Confir- mation, to whom also each Parochial Minister will give a List, containing the number, names, and ages of his Candidates. It is expected that the Candidates will bring their Prayer Books with them, and that they will make the requistte responses in an audible voice. BY ORDER OF THE LORD BISHOP. 2nd August, 1841. Jq: ;Ëi -:ft'iJ:t TAFF VALE RAILWAY. THE DIRECTORS are now readv to Receive TENDERS for LOANS of MONEY in Sums of not less than TWO HUNDRED POUNDS upon the Security of the Loan Notes, to be issued under the Company's Seal, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per Cent. per Annum, payable Half-yearly, entitling the Holder to receive Mortgage Dibentuipsof thp Companv, deliverable in the Month of FEBRUARY, 1843 or 1&14. TENDERS may be addressed to the imdersignpd, at the COMPANY'S OFFICE, Cardiff; or to Messrs. <; LYN Halifax; MILLS AND Co., BANKERS, London; Mr. WM. MALLARD, 27, Small Street, Bristol. JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. TafFVale Railway Office, Cardiff, Sept. 10, 1541. FOR SALE; A FREEHOLD HOUSE, SHOP, AND OTHER PREMISES, AT BRIDGEND. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVANS, AT THE WYNDHAM ARMS INN, BRIDGEND, ON WEDNESDAY, the 20th day of OCTOBER, 1841, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to cerlaio condition", the undermentioned To 0 (D m 10 AND IragrttolU tttntítt3, Situate in the Town of Bridgend. LOT I.-FREEHOLD. The DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOP, and Premises, situate near the Eastern end of the New Bridge, occupied by Mr. Moizan Nicholas, Chemist and Druggist; and the DWELLING-HOUSE et the back thereof, occupied by William Davies, Shoe- maker. These premises are situate in a central and public part of the Town; and as extensive business has been for a great many years carried on in the Shop, an opportunity such as seldom presents itself is itftored to persons desirous of establishing- themselves in business. LOT 2.~LEASEHOLD. All that UNFINISHED HOUSE, and the BUILDING GROUND at the side thereof, situate near to Lot 1, and between it and the Bridge. These premises are hel d for the Life of Elizabeth Nicholl, aged about 51. A POLICY OF INSURANCE, in the Clerical, Medical, and General Life Assurance Society, for ^150, oil the Liie of the said Elizabeth Nicholl. Further particulars may he obtained by applying at the office of Mr. Lewi-, Solicitor, Biidgend. gra be oUJ bi) Vrib,-tte Contract, AN excellent FARM, with HOUSE and suitable Out-buildings thereon, situate in the Palish of MAGOR, consisting of about 9! Acres. Also, an ESTATK in tl,e adjoining Parish of UNDY, comprising about 93 Acres, inclusive of 40 Acres of Wood. These Properties are situate only Eight Miles from the Town of Newport, and may be purchased together or separately. For further particulars apply to Colthurst Haicman, Esq., Bertholey House, Caerleon, Monmouthshire or to Messrs White aud Son, 11, Lincoln's Ion Fields, London. CIIANGE OF FAIRS. TO HORSE & CATTLE DEALERS, GRAZlEfiS, &c. BOROUGH OF NEATH. Notice is hereby Given, THAT the TWO FAIRS, held within the Borough of NEATH, on flio 30th day of MARCH and the 25th day of OCTOBER, will not be held on those days in future, but on the last WEDNESDAY in MARCH, and the last WEDNESDAY in OCTOBER, in every Year; and that a FAIR will be accordingly held on the 27th day of OCTOBER next; and also on the 30th day of MARCH next. By order of the Town Council, H. S. COKE, Neath, 1st Sept., 1841. Town Clerk. Britannia Life Assurance Company. No. I. PRINCE'S STREET, BANK, LONDON. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. Dirtctor,s. William Rardgctt, Esq Robert i-glinton, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Esq Erasmus Robt. Foster, Esq, Win. Fechney Black, Esq Alex. Robert Irvine, Esq. John Brightinan, Esq I Peter Morrison, Esq. George Cohen, Esq William Shand, Jun., Esq Willis Coventry, Esq Henry Lewis Smile, Esq John Drewett, Esq Thomas Tweed, Esq. ifllefctcal John Sims, M. O.—Ebenezer Smith, Esq., Surgeon. Solicitor. William Bevan, Esq., Old Jewry. ADVANTAGES OF THIS INSTITUTION. A most economical set of Tables composed expressly for the use of this Institution, from authentic and com- plete data. Increasing rates of Premium on a new and remark. able plan, for securing loans or debts; a less imme- diate payment being required on a policy for the whole term oflife than in any other office. A Board of Directors in attendance daily at Two o'clock. Age of the Assured in every case admitted in the Policy. All claims payable withm one month after proof of death. Medical attendants remunerated in all cases for the reports. Premium per Cent per Annum payable during First Second Third Fourth Remain- Age. Five Five Five Five der of Years. Years. Years. Years. Life. £ s. d. £ s. d £ s. d. £ 8 d £ d. 20 1 1 4 1 5 10 1 10 11 1 16 9 2 3 8 30 1 6 4 I 12 2 1 19 1 2 7 4 2 17 6 40 1 16 1 2 4 4 2 14 6 3 7 3 4 3 4 50 2 16 73944555636 13 7 PETER MORRISON, Esq., Resident Director, London. AGENTS. NEWPORT Mr A. G. Jenkins. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS W. F. Ireland. CARDIFF —W. D H or w ood, B ank. MERTHYR TYDVIL -Walter Thompson, Bank. PONTYPOOL —Stephen Vernon, Bank. CHEPSTOW —J. L. Baldwyn, Solicitor. USK ABERGAVENNY -J. Hilcy Morgan,Stationer MONMOUTH. —W. Jenkins, Stationer. BIOCESU of LMMDAFP. rjpHE AUTUMNAL VISITATIONS the Revrr- end and Worsl ipful WII.LIAM BRUCE KNIGHT, M.A., Chancellor of the Diocese of will be held at the times rind places lol'owin? — At UFK, on WEDNESDAY, the 20tli of OCTOBBK. At NEWPORT, on THURSDAY, tlw 21,t of OCT. At COW BR 1 n<Jon TUESDAY, the 20th of Oet. At LLANDAFF oil FUIDAY, 'he 29th or OCT. The CiiAXCici.LOB takes this opportunity of expressing his hope that all such defects as were presented at the last visitation will have been set in order, and that certificates to that effect will be regularly de- livered to him at the several places of meeting, by all such parties as have not already Certified. He will also feel greatly indebted to the several Rural Deans for any information with which they may be pleased to favour him in regard to the condition of the Churches, Church-yards, Glebe Houses and Lands, &c., in their respective jurisdictions. EDW. STEPHENS, Deputy Registrar. Llandaff, 30th Sept., 1841. TArr VA^ RAIBWAT. Q VA R TER SUA RES. CALL OF TWO POUNDS TEN SHILLINGS PER, SHARE. THE DIRECTOR* of the TAFF VALE RAIL- WAY COMPANY acting under the provisions of the Acts of Parliament, hereby give Notice that the Proprietors of Quarter Stares are requested to pay on or before the 28th of OCrOBER, IS41, to any of the undermentioned Bankers, the Sum of Two Pounds Ten Shillings on each of their respective Shares:— Messrs. GLY.N,nAI,LIFAX, MILLS, & Co.London, WEST OF ENGLAND & SOUTH WALES ) R> T n. t Bristol. DISTRICT BANK,$ DITTO DITTO Cii-diff. DITTO DITTO Merthyr. Messrs. WILKINS & Co., Merthyr. By Order of the Board of Directors, JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. Railway Office, Carditf, Esept. 2SLli, 1841. Saint Bride's-filuper-JSly. BENJAMIN MORGAN BEGS leave to inform his Friends and the Public that he has taken out a License as an &ufit £ >nrer antr ftpprafcir, and hopes by the strictest attention to the interests of those who may be pleased to favor him with their commands, to merit a share of their support. Letters addressed to B. M., New House, St. Bride's. Post Office, St. Nicholas, will meet with immediate attention. Brecknock District Committee OF THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of this Institution will he holden, God permitting, at the COUNTY HOUSE, Brecon, on TUESDAY, the Twelfth day of October, when a Repoit of its pro- ceedings will be made, and the Audited Accounts of the Treasurer produced. WILLIAM JONES. Secretary and Treasurer. Brecon, Sept, 27, 1811. JAMES SAUNDERS, Nurseryman, Seed3man,¡and Florist, ABERGAVENNY, MOST Respectfully informs his numerous Customers and the Public in general, that he has just imported a general assortment of DUTCH BULBOUS FLOWER ROOTS. Which should be planted in October and November Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissi, Jonquils, Crocuses, Snow-drops, Anemones, Ranuncules, Gladioli, Scillas, Ixias, Spiraxises, English and Spanish Irises, Oxalises, &c., &c. J. S. begs also to call the attention of Gentlemen and Gardeners to his Stock of TRAINED TREES, which are particularly fine, and of the choicest kinds of Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Plums, Cherries, Apples, and Pears. Amongst the latter are Pan Mons Leo Declare, and many of the most celebrated kinds. A good collection of Evergreen, and Flower- ing Shrubs; Ornamental and Forest Trees; 200,000 White Thorn Quicks of various sizes. In the Flower Department are many new and choice Plants, with a select stock of Double Dahlias upwards of 100 varieties of Pansies, under names; all the new kinds of Fuchsias and Calceolarias 30 sorts of Perbenas upwards of 100 ditto of Gera- niums including most of the new varieties. Garden Tools and mats. Mushroom Spawn, &c. A Discount allolcedfor Ready M'oney. Abergavenny, October 4, 1841. GLAMORGANSHIRE. <To lir Het, AND ENTERKO ON IMMEDIATELY, ALL that COLLIERY and COAL WORK, com- monly known by the name of the RHYGOS COLLIERY, situate and beinz at RHYGOS, in the i-la, isli of YSTRAD Y FOOWG, in the County of GLAMORGAN, with all the Machinery and Ap- paratus used or employed in working the same. The above Coal Field comprises an area of several hundred acres of Land, and contains Six workable Beds or Strata of Coal, varying from Three to Eighteen Feet in Thickness; some of the lowest of which are of the Anthracite description. The nine feet Vein has lately been found to be of a superior quality. An extensive Range has recently been opened upon it at the Baily Glaes Farm. A great quantity of Coal might be obtained from this ( olliery at a cheap rate of working, and there are re¡¡t facilities of conveyance of the produce by Tram Roads to the heads of the Neath and Aberdare Canals; from the former of which the Colliery is distant Two and a half miles only. There is a considerable Stock at the Colliery, consisting of Tram Waggons, Tram Plates, Weigh- ing Machine, &c. Also a number of new Canal Barges adequate to an extensive Trade, which might either be included in the letting or taken at a valuation. A Coal Wharf, eligibly situated, at Britton Ferry, with all the necessary conveniences thereon, would also be let with the Colliery. For terms of letting, applications should be made to Mr. Steel, Mining Engineer, Cardiff; or at the Office of Mr. E. P. Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff. Mr. Morgan Phillip, of Baily Glaes Farm, will shew the Colliery. BRECONSHIRE. SCHEDULE of FINES, FORFEITURES, and PENALTIES, paid or payable to the Treasurers of the COUNTY of BRECON, from Easter Quarter Sessions, to and including Midsummer Quarter Sessions 1841. Sum pay- Name. Sum Paid. able, but not paid. Hundred of Builth. £ s. d. f. s. d. John Price 3 9 13 David Evans the younger 0 0 6 Hundred of Crickhowell. Evan Waters 1 0 0 William Edwards. 0 2 6 Margaret Rees 0 2 G Margaret Rees 0 2 6 Robert Probert. 0 5 0 Margaret Davies 010 0 James Potts 1 0 0 John Price 0 2 6 Evan Jones 0 2 6 John Owen 0 2 6 Ebenezer Price 1 00 John Edmund 0 5 0 Hundred of Devynnock. Nil. Division of Ystradgunlais. Herbert Hill. 0 19 6 Hundreds of Mertltyr and Penkelly. Rees Watkins 100 James Jones. 0 5 0 David Price 0 5 0 Rees Price. 2 0 0 Isaac Powell 3 0 0 Hundred of Talgarth. Richard Thomas (committed) 2 0 0 Thomas Higgins 0 10 0 Borough of Brecon. Thomas Berryman 010 0 James Berryman 0 5 0 Margaret "W atson 0 10 0 Eleanor Williams. 0 10 0 MAYBEBY and WILLIAMS, Treasurers, WAHD B&ASHFIBXri), wIT1PruBrTI1\'j@ AND rj&witiir oissasssT c., ABERGAVENNY, I) EGS Respectfully to inform his Friends and the ) Public generally, that he has commenced Business ill CROSS STREET, next door to the ANGEL HOTKL, and hopes by supplying Drugs, and Domestic Articles of the most genuine and choice description, constant personal attention to business, and invariauiy superintending the Dispensing of Prescriptions and Private Receipts intrusted to his care, to obtain that confidence and support, which it will ever be his roosc anxious wish to merit. ,e Ilorss and Cattle Medicines of every Description. GENUINE PATENT MEOIOIK ES. G L A M O R G AN SII IP,].] General Agricultural Society. AT the ANNUAL SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of this Society, held at the BE AR INN, COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, September 28th, 18-it, C. M. R. MORGAN, ESQ., M. P., President, Resolved—That Messrs. Sallows and Henry Collins be appointed Judges of the show of Cattle and Sheep. Resolvedfthat Messrs. Whapham and Powell'be ap- pointed Judges of the show of Horses and Pigs. Resolved-Tllat the Premiums for Stock be awarded as follows ;— GLAMORGAN BREED. £ s. d. To Mr. Daniel Lougher, of Wrnllace, for the best Bull, Cow, and Calf, being their progeny 5 0 0 To Mr. Richard David, of Prisk, for the best yearling Heifer 2 0 0 To Mr. John James, of Pish weir, for the best pair of yearling Steers 300 To Mr. Thomas Thomas, of St. Hilary, for best yearling Bull 3 0 0 To Mr. Powell, of for the best two-year-old Heifer 3 0 0 CLASS 2.—ANY BREED. To Mr. W. Whapham, of Bonvilstone, for the best Bull, Cow, and Calf, being their progeny 5 0 0 To Mr, John Barnes, of Liswerney, for the best Bull. 3 0 0 To Mr. W. Whapham, for the best yearling Bull 3 0 0 To Air. W. A. Bradley, of Cardiff, for the best yearling Heifer 2 0 0 To Messrs. Bradley, of Treguff Place, for the best pair of yearling Steers 3 0 0 To Air. John Barnes, for the best two- year-old Heifer 3 0 0 STOCK OF ANY KIND. To J. H. Grant, Esq., of Gnoll Castle, for the best Fat Ox.-Thc Society's Medal. To Messrs. Bradley, for the best Fat Cow 500* To Mr. W. Whapham, for the best yoke of Oxen 5 0 0 To Mr. T. Thomas, of Tydraw, for the best pair of two-year-old Steers 3 0 0 SHEEP. To Mr. John Skyrme, of the Splott, for the best Ram 3 0 0 To Mr. Richard AYhapham, for the best yearling Ram 3 0 0 To Air. John John, of Argoed, for the best Hilly Ram. 200 To Air. James Ballard, of Cowbridge, for the best Pen of five yearling Ewes. 3 0 0 To Mr. Thomas Thomas, of Tydraw, for the best Pen of five yearling Wethers 300 PIGS. Tc Air. Edward Perkins, of Aloulton, for the best Boar 2 0 0 To Mr. John Barnes, for the best yearling Boar 2 0 0 HORSES. To Air. Howell Thomas, of Cadoxton, for the best husbandry Stallion ( a portion) 200 To Air. Llewellyn Williams, of Abertlniw, for the best three-year-old husbandry Colt 3 0 0 To Air. William AVilliams, of Sealands, for the best three-year-old Colt, for hunting or coach purposes. 5 0 0 To Hugh Entwisle, Esq., for the best yearling Colt, for the same purposes. The Society's Medal To Mr. William Gwyn, of St. Mary Church for the best yearling Colt, for the general purposes of husbandry (a portion of the Premium) 0 10 0 C. M. R. AIORGAN, President. The President having quitted the Chair— Resolved—That the thanks of the Society be given to him, for his unceasing exertions in furthering its objects, and his conduct in the chair. EDWARD BRADLEY, Secretary and Treasurer. As many Subscriptions are still in arrear, it is requested that the several amounts may be remitted forthwith to the Treasurer. • vir Paiiiiam qui meruit ferat." An honest man is beyond all praise." To the Editor of the Advertiser and Guardian. SIR, I take the liberty of soliciting the favour of your inserting i0 jour columns a RESOLUTION PASSED at the last QUARTERLY COMMITTEE ol'the MERTll YR DlXTRlC I, of the M.U I.O.F., lield at RMONDDA TAVERN, CiMAH, Septem- ber 24 th, 18-41. The Committee having received a Notice from Pr C. S. T HOMAS VAUGHAN, of his intention to Resign the office of Distrii-t Funeral Secretary, this Committee be to express their regret at those causes which have impelled hitu to adopt such a measure, and at the samic tiuie resppctfully decline to accept his Resignation, and earnestly solicit him to retain the same; and this Committee further unanimously wish to inform the public, through the medium of the Guardian and Silurian Newspapers, that they are perfectly satisfied with the correct, clear, and honest manner in which he has always kept their accounts, and that he and the other District Oliicers merit the continuance of the unshaken confidence of the Odd Fellows comprising the Merthyr District. Signed, by consent of the Committee, ROGER WILLIAMS, N.G., Prospect of Hope. Merthyr, October Gth, 1844. rjpHE CREDITORS who have provrd their DF.BTS J[ under a COMMISSION of B A NXRUPTCY, bear- ing date the Eighteenth day of SEPTEMBER. 1823, awarded and issued forth against JOHN WOOD, of the Town of Car(,iff, in ti,e County of Glamoigan, Banker, Healer, and Chapman, are requested to nieot the As- signees of the Estate and Kffocts of the said Bankrupt, on MONDAY, the Eighth day of NOVKMBKIJ next. at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, at the Office of i\lr THOMAS DAI.TON, Solicitor, at Cardiff in order to assent to or dissent from an Arrangement pro- posed to be entered into for the Seltlcmeni, by the said Assignees, of all Outstanding Accounts between thelll and .\lcC'srs.CrWI1S & Co., as Mortgagees of the said bank- rupt's Es ate, to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees siiitling by Arbitration or otherwise as they may think fit, the several Bills of Costs due and owin~ to Messrs. BA-SLTT, the late Solicitors to the said Com- mission or either of them, and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees Sidling eiiher by Public Auction or Private Contract, or partly by Public Auction and partly hy Private Coutract, all such parts of the said Bankrupt's real and Personal Estate as now remain unsold, at such lillie and place or times and places, and in suchjmanner, and either to the said Bankrupt or to any other Person or Persons, and upon such Term* and Conditions as the said Assignees may deem meet, advan- tageous or proper, with a view to a settlement of the matters connected with the said Bankruptcy, and on other Special matters. THOMAS DA ETON, Solicitor to the Assignees. PATRONIZED BY THE PROFESSION, J"OCB'S COUGH LOZENGES, A most certain, safe, and agreeable remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, HOOPING COUGH, SPITTING of BLOOD, and affections of the Chest in general. These LOZEN'GES have now obtained a preference to all other Cough or Kxpectoial Medicines, their pieasant taste, certain effect, and the absence of those depressing principles contained in the Squill and Ipeca- cuanha uoots are a strong recommendation to their use. lestimonial from the Utv: G. Hejwood, Bidefon] :— have received advice from mauy eminent mcdical practitioners, ai d have taken a variety of patent me- dicines, but have found more relief by taking Mr Joce's Cough Lozenges than I have from any other medical preparation." AGENTS FOlt WALES:— Abergavrnny, Gco.ge; Brecon, Jones; Cardiff, Cole- man; Cardigan, W iiliams Chepstow, Davis Haver- fordwest, li:cl%s; Llandovery, Gout.tone; Llandilo, Williams; Merthyr Tydvil, Stepheus; Moamouth, Cos- sens; Nexport, W(1Iiams; Pembroke, Treewecks; Swansea, sti ick Tredegar, Davis: Tenby, Freeman. Sold wholesale in London, Barclay and Co. Bristol, Cross and Co. i and by the propriety, J. Joce, Did. felrd. CAUTION TO MASONS HAYING read in the Public Papers ai, tisement, purporting to be in want oi S T O N E M A S O N S to work at the NEVt HOUSES of PARLIAMENT, and knowing such to be a false statament held out to induce Men in the Country to go and supplant their Pellow TVorkmeil in London, who have had the manliness lo resent the brutal and fiend-like conduct of the foreman, :\1r. ALLEN, whose name and actions arc already tot; notorious, to require any comment from us we there- fore trust that our 1'elloxo Workmen in WALES will not be led away by that paltry subterfuge put forth by the EMPLOYERS, but that they will with us render the Workmen all the assistance in their power, until this v, niPTER-* x is taught to act upon the Golden llule Of doing io others as he would wish to be dune by." The Operative Stone Masons of Cardiff. Cardiff, Oct. 8, 1841. trtftllr gibbtl (Turn-Jtftf i.Ut.. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN\ that the TOLLS JJM arising and payable at the ^several TOLL- GATES within this TRUST i 1 11, fce iLct b31 Auction, (Subject to the written conditions to he then and there produced), at the CASTLE INN. in the Town of MERTHYR TIDVIL. on MONDAY, the 8th Hay of NOVEMBER next, between the hours of 12 o'clock at Noon and Four in the Afternoon of that d-,iy, to the best Bidder, on his producing sufficient sureties for payment of the Money Monthly, from ]2 o'clock of the Night of the 14th Day ol November next, to the same hour of the Night of the 14th day of June next, and it it should be determined by the Trustees at such Meeting for the term of One Year, from 12 o'clock of the Night of the said 14th day of June next, which Tolls produced the last year of Letting, the sum of £ "1600, and from the loth Day of May last, to the 2nd D'ly of October instant, both inclusive, (during which period the Trustees have been in the actual receipt of the said Tolls by their Collectors) the said Tolls produced .£502 9s Id. above the expences of collecting the same, and such lolls will be put up either in one lot or in several par- cels or lots, atsd the said Toils, if in one lot, or if in separate lots, each parcel or lot will be put up at such sum as tie Trustees shall at such meeting think fit. b VVM DAVIES, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Trust. Merthyr Tidvil, October 4th, 1841. $%ievtl)yz !f;il Ctmtgt&e rut. TO BE LET BY AUCTION, at the CASTLE -B- INN, MKRTHYR TIDVIL, at One o'clock in the Afterno)[J of \JO:\D..y, the 8th [Jay of in the Ai'tern,))Ei of Nlo-I). NOVEMBER next, (subject to the written condi- tions to be then and there produced) for the term of Seven Years, a In BillDGE STREET, MERTHYR TYDVIL, lately used as one of the Toll Houses of thu Trust. Merthyr Tidvi, October 4th, 1841. BR "i C K N O C K. SI i IK. E. VASiS OF CEIDSHOWSL. ,C o be AND ENTiai:i) UPON IMMEDIATELY, A BEAUTIFUL and compact ESTATE, called LLWYN CSWN, Situate in an excellent Neighbourhood, surrounded by Gentlemen's Scats and Villas, in the Parish ot Saint Nileliael, Cvitt,l.v, in the County of Brecknock, containing nearly 115 Acres ot Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Laud, and Orcharding, not to be equalled in the County; within one mile and a half of the Town of Crickhowel, and the Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal, twelve utiles from the County Town, and within six miles of the great Mineral District of Monmouthshire and South Wales. The new I urn- pike Road from Crickhowell to Talgarth, Builth, Landriudod, Aberystwith, North Waies, Hereford, &c., passing through the land- The Mail Road Lom London to Miiford near adjoining, AND TilE HIVER USK, So celebrated for its Salmon and Trout Fishery, being close to it. Having in addition to a good Farm House and Buildings, commodious and extensive Malt House, capable of rnakrng Five Thousand Bushels oi Malt, Cvd«r Mil!,&ic. A yprv COMPLETE AND PREII Y RESIDENCE, On thf most Picturesque part of the Property, lit for the Residence of a Genteel Family together wiih extensive bep Walk on the neighbouring bills. Tlie Meadow and Pasture Lands may be irrigated, and there is a conveiileijce of Water in every inclosure. It is a good Sporting Country, and abounds with Game. Further particulars may be obtained on application to Mr. John Griffiths, Cathedine, Brecknockshire. N.H. The Tenant may be accommodated with well han-ested Ibv, at it fail" valuation. October 6, 1841. OFfICE of the GOVERNOR and COMPANY of COPPER MINERS in ENGLAND, OLD COURT of ASSISTANTS of the Governor and Com- pany of Copper Miners-in Kn:dand HBHlil>Y GIVh NOTICE, tha1 they WILL SKLLon Tfl C RSI) A Y, the 14th day of October, Ho v next ensuing, at their Offices i-i Old Broad sti-ect. looo 'rk)\S Of Bl,'I'i']Sll 'IN, the property of Urn ish Mining Adventurers, and lying at the Miner's Smelting W orks, at Trereife House, near Penzance, and at Tiu.o House, inTruio at urns Deposil per Lot Best Granulated Tin 20 in lots of t to.) each £10 0 0 Tin plate Gr-iin. 90 10 blocks ea. 20 0 0 "etined 370 10 20 0 0 Common "70 10 .» '20 0 0 Inpots,assorted si^rs 50 2 tons ea- 20 0 0 Ba., iu brls of 4 cwt 100 10 brls.ea. 20 0 0 Prompt 14th January, 1812. No Interest or Discount. Deposits to he paid on Saturday, the 16.110I October. The Sale to commence at 12 o'clock precisely. Catalo2,nes, containing particulars and conditions of Sale, will be delivered either at this Office, or by the Company's Brokers, Messrs. Short and Mahoiiy, No. 1, Newman's Court, C,1rnhi:r. Loudon. The Public S;iicsof Tin by the Company will hence- forth beheld quarterly—viz, in Januaiy, April, July, and October, and the quantity jjut up will be regulated by the average Quarterly consumption, N.B. The Company liads itself not to make sales of tin during the quarter beyond the quantity advertised. =-
-?.k,J;j,A:i.i:íF.o; SALK OF TEN NEARLY NEW STBAm K r,T 6 I U E s, hollers, Engine Huhses, Engineer's Observatories. Jy aiding ami Pumping Apparatus One and a halj miles Single Railroad, Sleepers and Chairs, One mile of Fisk-heily and Flat-let'om Rails and Chairs, 1,00) yards of Cast and Wrought iron Pipes, large Wood Water Tanks, viith other En. gineering Articles and IIIIJllelJlellt. ured in the for- mation of the Summit Tunnel, near LHtleboroityh. Oil the Manchester and heeds Line of Railway • By r&î". W&QZ t, On VYEpNE.SDAY,the27ili day of OCTOCEII, 18-11, 7. and following' days, on the Premises, near the SUMMIT TUNNEL, LITTLE BO ROUGH, By order of the Directors of the MANCHESTER AN!) LEEDS RAILWAY (0 Sale to commence each day at 11 o'chchprecisely. 1"U E w¡¡¡1e of the nearly New TEN STEAM -B- ENGINES, Boilers, Buildings, Sione O'oserva- I tories, Apparatus and Engineering Implements used :n the working and construction of that immense undertaking the Summit Tunnel; consisting of, amongst other articles, ten nearly new high-pressure steam engines, used for either winding up materials or pumping, all especially constructed lor this under- taking, by the very best makers in the country, including one 20 horse power engine, with boiler and winding apparatus, by Naysmith and Co one J2-horse power engine, with boiler, and winding and pumping apparatus, by Horsley and Co.: one 20- liorse power engine, with boiler, and winding ditto, by Naysuiith and Co. one 12-!iorsfi power engine, with boiler and winding ditto, by Itotliwell and Co. one 20-horse power engine, with hoiier and winding ditto, by Naysinith and Co.: one 20-horse power engine, with boiler and winding ditto, by Naysmith and Co.; one I -lJlJrse power engine, with boiler and winding and pumping apparatus, by Rothvvell and Co.; one 162-iit).-se power engine, with boiler and ditto, by Rotbwell and Co.; one six-horse power engine, with boiler, by Copeiand one small steam engine and boiler at the Littleborougli Station. A' all those ten several engine, houses and buildings, with tiie chimneys, boiler seatingsand engine founda- tions; four stone engineer's observatories; 1,600 yards of fishbelly rails, with chairs for them; Ij miles of single railroad, with sleepers and chairs 2 complete; 5UO yards square pump rods with iron joints; 16 six-leet square, three-inch plank tanks or water cisterns one large tank, Ift. 6ill. by lift. 4in. by Sit. Sin.; 800 sleepers for temporary rails, a quantity ofround timber, GOO yards of two- inch gas piping with screw joints, a quantity of zinc, six tons ol flat and round ropes, two sets of winding sheaves; 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9-inch iron pipes; a quantity of water troughs, iron pumps, working bar- rels, top trees, delivering pipes, straight antl elbow pipes, cast-iron pumping shafts and cranks, casi- metal whee!s, L legs, pedestals and weights, 30 or 40 tons of cast and wrought metal for various purposes about the works, with other valuable articles. Further information may be had from the Auc- tioneer, 30, Oldham-street, Manchester. Descriptive catalogues will he ready eight days before the sale, and may be had trom the agents at any of the princi- pal stations on the line, or the Auctioneer as above, who will also lorvvard them to any part ot the country, if applied for, per post. IXSOLVENT DEBTOR, to be Heard at CARDI- GAN, in the County of Cardigan, Oil the Third day 01 NQ\ -CJMBER, ISjil, at the hoar of Ten in the Forenoon precisely. JAMES JAMES, formerly of TVhippingham, West Cowes, in tiie Isle of Wight; afterwards of Niton, in the said Isle of Wight; afterwards of Penmaen Gower, in the County of Glamorgan afterwards of Aberayron, in tlie-Coutity of Cardigan afterwards of Jjalestown, near Bridgend, in the said County of Glamorgan and late of Penarth Cottage, in the Parish of Llanhadarntrefeglws, ill the County of Cardigan, Clerk.
r'1J: --ii HOUSE OF LORDS. TUE>D \Y. The Exchequer Bills Funding Biil, was read a third 'iii, time and pnsscfl, Lord RADNOR then presented several petitions, pin1,in:; tint (lie Parliament might not be prorogued until some measure bad been adopted with reference to the O'rn Lit ws The Doke of WELLINGTON said lie bv 110 means denied the exis euce of di^ttess. but lie did not believe tint it could be in any degree alleviated by the prolongation of the sessioll. Lord rSROUGHAM then again brought before the House the subject of a petitioll he had presented some il.-HS since, complaining of I he support that the slave trade received from the tarne amount of British capital embarked in it iu several foreign settlements. Alter a few words from Lords Ripon and Elleti- boroujfh and a i (,Jui.,i(ler by Lord Brougham the House adjourued. WEDNESDAY. The House did not Sit. HOUSE OF COMMONS. TUESDAY. The business was chit fly confined to the presenta- tion of petitions. WEDNESDAY. In answer to questions from Mr T. Duneombe and Mr Ewart, Sir Robert IVel expressed his willingness to give cordial support to any practicable measure fur the prevention of bribery and intimidation. The worst eases he heard of had occurred in large towns, indeed in the capitals of counties; and if the election petitions which had been presented were preserved in as he hoped thev would In', and such a system as be had described were proved to have prevailed, he should tli!! utmost satisfaction in making examples of those 1,-irsfe towns without reference to politics, by their total disfranchisement. Mr WAKLEY moved for a return of the persons confined illlullatic asylums during the past aud present year. Mr BARING complained with some bitterness of thestatement made on Monday evening by the Duke ol W ellington, that, the public accounts had been left i" so imperfect a state with respect to the unliquidated demands on the Treasury, as to make it impossible tor the Government at present to mature any measure of ways aud means. Mr. GOLTLBURN vindicated the statement of the Duke; upon which Lord Palmerston rose to the res- cue, and taxed the new Ministry with trusting to the chapter of accidents. Sir IL Peel cxprrssed his sur- prise that such a charge should proceed from a Cabi- net which for the years had been subsisting 011 that very chapter. The House then adjourned:
Coal shipped at Newport fro III September the 23rd to the 29h of September, 1811, both days included — Coast w ise llelond TOils Tons Newport Coal Co 1002 4377 Latch and Cope 137 — J. Poole, jtin 730 — J. F. Hanson 178 545 Rock Coal Co 390 120 Rees and Gough GO — W. S. Cartwright 61j2 Tredegar Co d Co 450 1-10 Porthniawr Coal Co, Cwtncelyn and UlainaCo E. Rogers and Co M on. I roil & Coal Co Richard Davies John Rtisseil and Co 143 — Ebsworth Tapson. — — Co,ii l,rou,-ht (lo,n the i)lotiinouilisliii-e Citi,,tl C,)In- pany's Train Roads, and Canal, from the 26th to the 30th of September, 1811, both days inclusive. p. j Tram road Canal V 6,8 Tons Tons Thomas Powell 984 100 Thomas Protbero .J 919 50 Mariiii Morrison 495 — Rock Coal Co 5)4 Clements, Jones, & Williams 501 — Rosier Ttiom >s and Co 511 — Thomas Phillies and Sou 413 — W S Cai t-.vi ight 468 — James Poole, juti 407 — J F Ikuison 230 — C,) 4ï7 — Latch and Cope 119 — W and R Thomas 388 — R J Blewitt — 400 John V'puo.'i — 250 Joseph Latch 28 — J N icholas j — — Charlie Jones — Joues & Clements — John Maund It & Co — — 111 ON T< Hs. Tram Road Brought down 1052 Canal 1479
To the Editor of the Advertiser and Guardian. Sin,—1 have read the short paragraph in yoaf paper of the 2nd inst., relative to the scandalous I laggot votes at Dowlais, and I can certify to tho I truth of the remarks therein made. Independent of the obstructions to serving the noticcs, the very form of the claims almost defies enquiry. For instance:— John Humphreys. Dowlais leasehold houses, Dowlais> Thomas Davies, ditto, ditto, top of Dowlais. David Davies, ditto, ditto, Dou-lais. Thomas Williams, ditto, diito, near DOldais yardell, &c. &c. &c. Now, where there are many hundreds of the name of Thomas Davies, David Davies, Thomas Williams* &c., what "description" is the foregoing? it is actually none. An enquiry for such persons is just as likely to be satisfactory, as an enquiry in Loudon would he for :\1r. Williams of Wales. If this wholesale manufacture is allowed to go 011 longer, the county will be swamped by the Dowlais Monopolist, whose iron it is to be hoped is of a better quality than his votes. In addition to this shuffling "description," the Radical Autocrat of Dowiais is still carrying on the spiteful game of wanton objections. Among olher6 objected to in this parish, was a gentleman of pro- perty, fully as large, and certainly as old, as that ot Sir J. J. Guest; his property being also wholly UNENCCMtiEitiii), and therefore affording no prete,-it for so impotent and malicious a proceeding. The same personal hostility has, I am told, bepn perpetra- ted against the same gentleman's tenants in the lowet part of the county, and repeated year after year, notwithstanding previous decisions iu their favour. trust that an act will be shortly passed levving heavy penalty on such wanton and malicious ohjlJc tions, and that, in addition to such penalty, the frivolous objector shall be obliged to pav ail the travelling and other expenses of the party objected to- Your obedient servant, A FKFEHOLDER. Aberdare, Oct., 4th, 1841.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES,, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. On the 3rd instant, at TafFs Well, Mrs. "WillialTl Thomas, of a daughter- On the 3rd instant, at Glandare, the lady ot Thomas Wayne, Esq., of a still-born child. On the 18th ultimo, at Wenvoe Rectory, JlrS" Ilely H. Rickards, of a daughter still-born. On the 2nd instant, the wife of Mr. John "1n- stone, of the Bute Docks, Merthyr, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 7th instant, at the parish church, Swailse31 Mr. John William Williams, of Constantine, Corn- wall, miner, to Miss Ellen Rowe, High-stce" Swansea. I1 On the 7th instant, at the same place, Mr. JD]I. Elson, of Teignmouth, mariner, to Miss 11l1 Thomas, of Swansea. On the 2Sth ultimo, at Merthyr church, by Rev. T. Williams, curate, Mr. Abel Seth Jones, Mary, second daughter of Mr. Elias Gething, 0 Morriston, near Swansea. On the 3rd instant, at Neatli church, by the Fe. II. H. Knight, B. D., Rector, Mr. Wm. 'Iambl)'I' to Miss Mary Ann Chugg, both of Neath. On the 5th instant, at Cheltenham, Mr. "W« Dempsey, surgeon, to Miss Annie Hunt. DEATHS. n- On the 29th ultimo, awfully sudden, at L1 i9 blethian, near,Cowbridge, at the residence of brother, the Rev. Edward Griffiths, John Griffi' Esq., late surgeon in the East India Coinpai,1^s Service, and eldest sou of the late Rev. J. Grif^t M. A., "V icav of Saint Ishmael's Carmarthenshire* On the 8th instant, at Merthyr Tydvil. aged years, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. John of the Bute Dock, in that town, and sister of -J Edward Stephens, solicitor, of Llandaff. She left a young family of seven children to inoun1 loss.