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LLANELLY. ARRIVALS. Elizabeth, Priicliard, Amlwch, clay Friendship, Fisher, Bideionl. timber Ranger, Griffiths, Waterford, Hour New Milford, Richards, Carnarvon, slates Carib, Tucker, Brixham; Catherine, Atkinson, Ross; Nelly, Clay, Ross; Good Intent, Davies, Ross; Ardent, Davies, Waterford; Elizabeth and Mary, Rees, Cork, H ope- well, Isaac, Aberayron; William anil Nancy, Criffiths, Laugharne; Thomas. Chin, Carmarthen; Martha, Evans, Duudalk Sylph, Fennin, Dublin; Martha, Philips, S:\andersloot; Undcavour, Williams, Bide ford, in ballast.
THEATRE, CARDIFF. BY AUTHORITY. MRS. EIACEEADY HAVING again become Lessee of this Theatre, JLJL begs to aunnounce that she intends opening the same, On MONDAY OCTOBER 18th, 1841. The entire of the Audience part has been Re- painted and every effort made to render the Theatre comfortable. The fronts of the Boxes, the Ceiling, and Pros- cenium, have been decorated from the designs of the Ancient Masters, by Mr. H. FRAZER. An engagement has been entered into with the celebrated Ballet Master, KE (D) w 0 11 I-Ti u m And his Talented Family, in order to present a series of favourite ballets, and to diversify the evening's entertainments with some of the most POPULAR DANCES. The Company has been selected with great care from the THKATRKS ROYAL, COYENT GAR- DEN, DRURY LANE, and BRISTOL, and will consist of the following Ladies and Gentlemen :— Miss Ellis, Mrs. G. Norman, Mrs, Hutchins> Mrs. Macnamara, Mrs. W. H. Angel, Miss Cuthbert. and Madame Leclerq. Mr. T. Green, Mr. Braid, Mr. Mulford, Mr. G. Norman, Mr. Silver, Mr. Harrington, Mr. H. Frazer, Mr. Young, Mr. Artaud, Mr. W. H. Angel, Mr. Redfern, and Monseur Leclerq. MONDAY, OCTOBER, 18, 1841, The Performance will commence- with MORTON'S Comedy of SPEED THE PLOUGH. Sir Philip Blandford Mr. Silver. Farmer Ashfield Mr. H. Angel. Henry Mr. H. Frazer Gerald Mr. Artaud. Sir Abel Handy Mr. Mulford. Bob Handy Mr. Braid Evergreen Mr. G. Norman. Post Boy Mr. Young. Morrington Mr. Harrington. Miss Blandford Miss Ellis. Lady Handy Mis. W. H. Angel. Susan Ashfield Mrs. G. Norman. Dame Ashfield Mrs. Macnamara. Previous to the Comedy, the National Anthem of "GOD SAVE THE QUEEN" Will be sung by Mr. Redfern, Mr. Silver, Mrs. G. Norman, Mrs. Hutchins, and Chorus. The Performance to conclude with the Laughable Farce of- THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE. Mr. Dudley Mr. Mulford. Charles. Mr. Braid. Mr. Gillman Mr. W. H. Angel. Frederick Vincent Mr. H. Frazer. John Mr. Artaud. Mrs. Dudley Mrs. Macnamara. Mary Mrs. Hutchins Sophia Mrs. G. Norman Mrs. Grimsley Mrs. W. H. Angel. s On TUESDAY will be presented, Colman', celebrated Comedy, "THE HEIR AT LAW,' with the orginal EPILOGUE; to conclude with the Musical Farce of THE WATERMAN." TOM TUG," Mr. Redfern. The Performance will be so arranged as to ter- minate on each Evening by Eleven o'clock. STAGE MANAGER, Mr. CHARLES PERKINS, Of the Theatres Royal Covent Garden and Drury Lane. BOXES, 3s.-PIT, 2s.-GALLERY, Is.—Half- price, a Quarter before NINE. Persons wishing the Bills of Performance to be left at their Houses, are requested to signify the same to the Management. A CARD. ONE of the Messrs. JORDAN, Consulting Sur- geons, of London and Bristol. may be consulted for a very limited period, at Mr. LEWIS JAMES'S, opposite the BUSH INN, MERTHYR TYDVIL, from MONDAY, the 18th OCTOBKR and persons re- quiring their assistance, must make immediate appli- cation. as his numerous Engagements preclude the possibility of a long stay. Attendance from Nine in the Morning till Nine in the Evening.
PAFSTEIGN RACE-S, OCTOBER the lith.-R.D. Gough, Esq., Steward. The Town Subscription Stalcos of Twenty Sove- reigns, added to a Sweepstakes of Three Sovereigns each. Heats; about two miles. Mr. Wolmsly's b. Comical Jobn 5 1 1 Mr. Vever's c.li. Little Tommy 4 2 3 Mr. Gough's b.g. Greenfinch 14 2 Mr. Capel's eb.c. Philosopher 2 dr. Mr. Hali's b.m Safety. 3 dr. 1 A well-contested race between Comical John and Little Tommy. The Sweepstakes of Two Sovereigns each, with 10 Sovereigns added, the gift of Sir John Walsh, Bart., M.P., were won by Mr. Freeman's b,m. by Pollio, and the Broadheath Stakes of half a-sovereign, with a purse of Sovereigns added, the gift of R. Price, J'sq., M.P., were divided between Mr. Bowman's Rory O'More, and Mr. Hall's Ægle. GOGERDDAN [IOU-ZL)S -CUL; HUNTING.—This tuneful pack have been out eight hunting days, and have killed six foxes. This looks well for a com- mencement, something like a good lumping deposit down, affording the best guarantee that the instal- ments of sport promised for the ensuing season, will be promptly met when due. Yesterday week the hounds met at Penpompren wood, which they drew blank, then were trotted off to Tre'riddol wood, where they found immediately an old fox of the right sort, which after a good run was killed at Lodge Park. While the hounds were enjoying their fox, Mr. Pryse Pryse'tJ son, who bad been attracted to the spot by the melody of the pack, was taken up in his father's arms, who marked him on both cheeks with he blood of the fox. The glee with which the little fellow received his initiation, given promise that Cardi- ganshire fox hunting is not likely soon to drop for want of patrons from the house of (Jogerddan. A correspondent of the Morning Chronicle, who signs himself "Medicus," has made the novel dis- covery that the corn-laws produce-what? What does the reader think ? Why small-pox! LIBKRAL ADViCE.-As the Chartists will not join in the Cheap Bread!" yell, the liberal Morning Chronicle liberally and solemnly recommends that henceforth the said chartists be carefully excluded from all the anti-corn-law meetings which the cotton- fuz folks and their agents may be able to concoct. LONDON MONEY MAKKET (From the official list, containing the business actually transacted. ) CLOSING PRICES OF BKITISH STOCKS—WEDNESDAY. Bank Stock, 161. 5 ex iliv. India St >ck, 2431 3 per cent Hell-, eX div. India KUDOS, 2 ptn 3 per ct Cons., 89^ South Sea Old Aim*, 83 3A per ct Anns. 1*18, 08f DC. New,— 3* per cent Red., 9;> eX iliv. Cons-for Opg., 98 NT-w 3J per cts, U/J £ ]00ii EI. B, 13 pm I,oiig AU. 1860, 12J e% ri v £ 500 do. II 13 pm |>o.30 yrs 1859, 12 I 1-16 Small do. 12 14 pm Do. 30 yrs., 1860, 12 1 1-16 Do. Ad. — |>o.30 yrs 1859, 12 I 1-16 Small do. 12 14 pm Do. 30 yrs., 1860, 12 1 1-16 Do. Ad. PIUCES OF FOREIGN STOCKS-THURSDAY. Austrian, i Portuguese 3 pet cent,— Brazilian, 5SJ H.n.sinn 1 12 Ditto Acconnt, 89J )it", Columbian. 6 per cent, Spanish 5 per ct, 20 L<)FF Do. Bond, 1821, Account, 29 2lg Ditto licc. 20i Ditlo Pasliive, Ditto Dei, Ditto Deferred. Colnm, ex VLurzuela, 91 Fr. Rentes,3 per ct, — Danish — Kxcllattge,— MEI,CJA 5 per cent., — Dutch PTR cent, 50± Ditto Account, — Dutu Accuit.- Peruvian, Acc. — DUTCH 5 per cent, 9 Portuei.es* 3 per rent, I8J NEW Loa, 5 per ct., 96J N 'W 5 per cent, 30^ Ditto Account, ■ N, 5 per cent, 30i Ditto Account, Ditto, Acc SHARES. Great Western, "1J J National Provincial Bank Do New, I i2iigl.mil.$1 D.) FittU-i 7 J London & Birmingham, 21| LONDON MARKETS. GENERAL AVER\ GE PRICES OF CORN,perQ.;ar ter, coinptittldfi-oixi the I nspectoi s Reluius. GENEHAL AVERAGE. s. d. f *• Wheat 7* U I Barley W 0 lUoans f Oats 26 0 | Peas DS 0 AGGREGATE A VERAGE OF LAST SIX WEEKS. si s. rI. Wheat 73 2 | Rye -*8 Barley 37 8 'Beans-. •• Oats 240 45 5 DUlY ON FOREIGN CORN. s. d'j 5 d Wheat 16 8 Rye Barley I" Beans.# 3 6 Oats 12 3 j PEAS 2 0 COWBRIDGE. Wheat (imp.b.) 7s. 6d S 0<1 I VeaI Os 0,1. Os. 7 Barley 3s. 6(t 4s. 0d Pork. (Is 6d "s. 7<i Oats 2S. 6d 2s. 10 Lamb Os. d. 0S. 7<< Clnver ,per lb.. — (I<1 — 0(1 B,LUER IS °D Is. 1 Beef, per lb 0s. 6J. 0s /I Clieese Os. 6A. 0s. 6.} Ilultoll (per lb.) Os 7 d. os, 0 I DOWLAIS. 8. d. S. (I Beef. () 71 Ilulle, F,-e 1 3 Mutton 0 6.] Silt 110 Veal 0 7 Ducks percoupli 5 A Lamb. 0 6J Fowls, s 9 Fvtk 0 7U I
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. THE ANNIVERSARY MATING of the cow. BK1DGK DISTRICT 'COMMITTEE of the above Society will he held in the TOWN HALL, at Cowbiidtje, on TUESDAY, the 26tti (lily of OCTO- BER instant, at Oil? o'clock^ when a Statement of Ihe Accounts and Proceedings of the Committee for the past year will be made, and oilier business transacted. DIVINE SERVICE will commence in Cowbridge Church at Eleven o'clock, and the Sermon will be Preached by the Hev. William Bruce, M.A., Hector of S-. Nicholas. T. STACEY, Treasurer and Secretary. Cardiff Vicarage, October Is', 1841. Linen and Woollen Brapory, miM. lliTIillffiG;illffiW, Mabrr antr i!cttJ1 WAREHOUSE, HIGH CORNER, CARDIFF. eEGRS-E BS-125 MOST Respectfully begs to announce to the Nobility, Gentry,i and Public generally of Cardiff, and its vicinity, that he has just received a large and elegant assortment of every description of Goods for the Autumn and "inter Trade, the whole of which having been selected with great care, and purchased on the best terms, will enable him to supply those who may please to favour him with their commands on the most economical scale. N. B. A large assortment of goods for Charitable purposes. M'c Intosh Coats, Capes, Van Am- burgh's, &c., with an assortment of the most fashionable shaped London Hats. Beaver Bonnets. Furs, &c. &c. AN ASSISTANT WMTS3, Who thoroughly understands his Business speaks Welsh and can produce undeniable references as to character, &c. Cardiff, Oct. 15, 1841. TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, Uettartf) ealJ public ouøe. rpHE Stock in Trade, Fixtures, Household Fur- 1 niture, and all other requisites for the immediate carrying on the business of the above well-known and established Public House, to be taken by the ln-coming Tenant, at a fair valuation. A term of Seven Years, certain, would be granted to a re- epectable tenant, and a SMALL FIELD may be had with the House. Persons desiring to take the said premises, are requested to apply to Mr. J. H. LANGLEY, Solicitor, Cardiff. MERTHYR TYDVIL. fin fie iíH, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, AN excellent HOUSE and SHOP, situate in VICTORIA-STREET, Merthyr, and fronting the NEw MARKET PLACE. Rent £3-J. per Annum. The Premises are now occupied by Mr. WILLI A 1 DANIELS, Hat-Manufacturer, to whom all applica- tions are requested to be made; if by letter, post- paid. WILLIAM DANIELS, [H] fA ¡r- fA lJJ fA U QJJ [E: 9 TAKES this opportunity of returning his best thanks to his Friends and the public for past favours, and begs to inform them be is removing to premises op- posite the BRECON OLD BANK, where he hopes, by selling articles of superior manufacture, and at the lowest possible charges, to merit a continuance of their putronage. A variety of Hats, Caps, &c., of the newest fashion, always on hand, or made to order. (Oue Concern.)
MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT.—On Thurs- day the 3Jth ult. a young man named Meredith, met his death in the Tormentor Pit, near Littledean, belonging to the Cheltenham Protector Coal Company, by several tons of marl falling upon him. The un- fortunate young man, who was nineteen years of age, had saved a suiheent sum from the earnings of his industry neatly to furnish a small house—the arrange- ments for his marriage were made—and the following week, he had fondly anticipated, would not elapse without his seeing the fruition of his hopes. But it was otherwise decreed for on the day his marriage was to have been solemnized, his kindred followed him to the grave and the bell that would have echoed the joyousness of his nuptials, tolled his departing knell,-a startling instance of the uncertain tenure of human existence. He bore an excelleut character. An inquest was held, and a verdict of Accidental Death" returned. THE llEVENUE.-The revenue accounts which have just been published, state that there is an in crease on the income of the year ended ]Oth Oct. 1841, as compared with the year ended 10th Oct. t840, of < £ "248,1481 On the income of the quarter ended 10th Oct. 1841, is £i4.340, and on the Excise 24,1,617. Although the increase in the Customs is but small, it is satisfactory to remark that the augmentation in the import duties has been from stigai- thus confirming the predictions of i he Conservative party during the debates on r he budget propositions. The insurrection in Spain occupies public atten- tion almost exclusively. Two telegraphic dis. patches, jllst published dated f-oin Bayonne the 7th, announced that O'Djnnell having been reinforced upon the 5th by another battalion, sum- moned the town of Pampeluna to surrender; that Ribero refused that the citadel opened a fire, and that the cannonading was heard throughout the night. Upon the same day Bilboa, the capital of Biscay, declared in favour of Queen Christina. The szarrison and National Guard, 1000 strong, unanimously pronounced stipir adhesion to the Queen. The commander of the province, Santa Cruz, alone refused. Another telegraphic dispatch dated on the 8ih, is as tol'ows :—" General Alcala has retrograded from Bergara upon Tolosa. It is believed that he is about to return to St. Sebastian. Madrid was tranquil upon the morning of the 41 h. The movement is extending in Biscay and Alava." To this the MonHeur Parisian adds that Vittoria has proclaimed in favour of the Queen- MrJustice Bosanquet, who has been to the German Spas for the benefit of his health, is arrived in town. The learned judge's health is completely restored.
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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES • London, Friday, Oct. S. BANKRUPTS. S. H. Cross-veil and J. May, jun. Devonport, wine and spirit merchants. J. Coulsell, Richmond, Surrey, builder and baicklayer G. Carey, Nottingham, lace manufacturer. R. \f. Dittrich, Kingston upon Hull. merchant. G. B Bishop. and F. ii litlyard, Southampton, drapers. F. Sneade, Chester, timber merchant. J. FIlacott, Cheltenham, shoe manufacturer. A. Morison, Great Malvern, Worcestershire, lodging house keeper. T. Bryan, Leamington Priors, hotel proprietor and butcher. E. Tanner, Fish street hill. London, ship and insurance agent and commission merchant. J. Russell, Brampton, near Chesterfield, tailor anp draper. R. Brown, Kingston upon Hull, bookseller, printer and stationer. T Lee, Battye mill, near Mirfield, York, builder and innkeeper, J. Tomkinson, Manchester, joiner, and builder. J. Caparn, Biddings, Alfieton, Derbyshire, common brewer. J. Gibson, Over Darwen, Blackburn. Lancashire, cotton cloth manufacturer C. Hoppe, Blackfriars road, chinaman and glass dealer. London, Tuesday, Oct. 12. BANK CUP TS. J. S. Clark, Angel court Throgmarton street, broker. W. Monteath, Oxford street, linendraper. J. Peirce, High street, Bedford, tailor. F. L. Byrne. Liverpool, wine broker. R. Halford, W. Baldock, and Osborn Saoulten, Can- terbury, bankers J. Edwards. Hungerford, Berkshire, wine merchant. R. Morris, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, tin,ber mer- chant. Oct, 15, Nov, 23, at 11 o'clock, at the Beaufort Arms Inn, Monmouth solicitor Mr White, Chancery lane. J. Baldwin, TSdgbaston, Warwickshire, ire drawer. T. Holy land. Manchester, manufacturer ofwoollell and cotton cl.iihs. J. Richmond and R. Smith. Manchester, yarn agents, E. Pain, Liverpool, drysalter. S. Eastwood, Huddersfield, woolstapler. T. Cheetham, Senr., Stockport, Cheshire, surgeon. DECi RATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. J. Foottit, Shefifeld, scrivener. R. Lucas, Bristol, ironmonger. G Miles Oxford street, cheesemonger. BANK; UiTCIES ANNULLED. J. Price, J. l'tudy, and J. Price, jun., Tfeovil, linen drapers. T. J, Phillips,, Newport, Monmouthshire,scrivener, THE INSUUUECTION IN SPAIN.—Two regimEN,3 of the Guard upon the frontiers of Navarie hate declared for the MOveinpnt.' The Moniteur says "that the cannonade openerl at Pampe'una on the 5;h, was occasioned by an en gagernent without any result between Ortigosa anil the troops ot Ribero outside the town. O'Donnell had declaicd that he would act similarly every time his party should be attacked." It wiil be seen that the prospect of the insurrection were not favourable for the party who produced it.
SHIPPING- intelligence -a BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. I ARRIVALS. ALFRED, Galgey, Waterforil, Friends, Frewett, Bristol, William, Fisher, Wa- terloi'd, Elizabeth, I'uplin, ditto. Anna Maria, Roberts, renarin, triexamier. Hooper, waier- ford. Cambria, Njaiiotiy, Kinsaie, Joseph, Care, St. Ives, Prince Leopold, Whehin, Dungarvan, Providence, B.iiley, Bridgwater, Mary Ann, Billing-, St. hes, Breeze, fl' 'in, I)Ullllarvan, Hart, Bristol, Countess Forfescue, Hollow, St. Ives, Betsey, Lewis, Bristol, Tiger, Whilty, New Ross, Rhondda, Friar, Bristol, Swift, Mil's, ditto, Argyle, Cuttaiice, Penryn. Resolution. Long, Kinsale, Auspicious, Spray, Bristol, Friends, Prewelt, ditto, Dinas, Carter, ditto, Talf, Hart, ditto, Sir Alexander M'Kenzie, Davies, Water- ford, Lady Charlotte (s ), Bristol, Nautilus (s.), Allen, ditto. DEPAUTURB*. Ruth, Lewis, Coleraine, Robert Lawe, Sutton, Cork, Mary and Margaret, Jones, ditto, iEa!us, Murphy, Waterford, Charlotte, Ryan, ditto, Liverpool, Phelan, ditto. Pheasant, Jones, Dublin, William, Pearn, Bridgwater, George, Stanhope, Kinsale, Friends, Pretvett. Bristol, Providence, Bailey, Bridgwater, David Walter, Jenkins, Waterford, Taff, Hart, Bristol, Betsev, Lewis, Porlock, Rhondda, Friar, Bristol, Swift: Mills, ditto, Friends, Prewett, ditto, Nautilus, Allen, Lady Charlotte, Jeffreys, ditto.
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FOREIGN SHIPPING LIST. Vessels Cleared Outward and Loading for Foreign Parts. Industrie, Adtzliae, 198, Oporto; General Park- hill, Hoyt, 594, Philadelphia; Rose, Bayles, "234, Naples; Pilot, Petersen, 358, Hamburg; Gertuania, Wolff, 18G, Constantinople; Henriette, Halenbeeld, 130, Syra.
GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL. ARRIVALS. DEFENCE, Rowland, Pwllhelly-Louisa Maria,Week, London —Edmund, Trowiieim Blankesiesse Plymouih, Alward, Brixham, in ballast—Ange, Bok, Hoogeland, in ballast-St. Cuthbert, Halliday, Liverpool—B-cks Donegal, Dixon, Exeter-Julia, Lynn, Sunderland -Secelase, Morsternm, O deuburir Wanderers, Pa!k, Brixham, in ballast-Cardiff Packet, Evans, London, sundries-Alherdinelo, Ediiner, Natitze- Peckeler Heligan, Roach, Falmouth, in ballast- New Ninerva, Wood, Whitehaven Nantoes, Griffiths, Abet-ytvitli t,eigii ton, Jones, Aburysr- with—Sincerity, Griffiths, Cardigan—Looe, Symous, St. Ives iron ote-lit eeze Jamcs, Padstow, ballast — Richard Clive, Davies, Memel, lirnlwr-Sky Lark, Evans, New Qu,,ly -Wasp, Davies, New Quay, iron ore Le Bienfaisant, Ivdands, Bedon, ballait George, John, Barnstaple, pilwood —Williams, Paries, Beaumaris, sa'i Luceis Weighten, De Jonge, Amsterdam, ballast—Sarah. fleirrucit), Bide, ford, stone—Mary, Jones, Minehead, iron ore- Symmetry, Davits, T, ui-o tit to, Veglor, Veindum, ballast-Unity, Griffiths, New Qvay, iron ore—Mary Jones, Davies, Beaumaris, slates—Lucy, Owens, Chester, iron ore Dart, Winsor, Brixham, iron ore—William Skyrme. Lloyd, Cardigan, ballast June, Stevens, Ilfracomue-Aflaulic, Jones, New Quay, iron ore Flora do Fabbins, Pappen^urj;, stoties-ll;iria, Penhey, Brixbain, ballast — Reaper, Irwin, Whiiehaven, iron ore Ann, Thompson, Newry, pitwood Shannon, WilliiAting, Cardigan, iron ore Eleanor and Evans, New Quay, iron ore Liaogathowl, Scauilebury, Powey, ha last -John Gouldiiig, Gloucester, fruit — E'iza Randall, Randall, Belfast, pit wood-Sophia, Roberts, Carcli. ,ati-Etideavour, L't.yd, Liverpool Belsey, Symons Bristol-Mary Ann, Nichols, Bidcford-Carolint', Uichards, Padstow, iron ore-Clifton, Hooper, Bris- tol, ballast-Roberl, Clainpitt, Newport, iron and ■bricks — Wi'liam, Thomas. Minehead, iron ore— Pride, Rogers, Bristol, sundries—Ardent, Doddinff, Newport, ballast- Fly, Edwards, Carmarthen, tin plates—Brothers, Owens, Bridgwater, flour —Jane, Paynser, St. Ivrs, briek,Vavid, Lewis, Cardigan, oals-Lark, -Nliyo, G'.ouc^st^r — Unity, Mayo, G ou- cester, fruit — Margaret 51'Kcnzo, Johnston, "1 Imrse, oals-Hope, Williams, Pwllhelly, iron ore—Gloria, Shuven, Blankenesse, ballast-Aiin, Roberls, pwll- helly, iron ore Harold, Siehr, Blankewnesse— Iloyal Forester, Furney, Bridgwater, ballast-Fly, Aylane, Gloucester, sundries lder liarindina, Haiuscnian, Jersey, ballast. DEPARTURES. Eleanor, Ed ward,. Anna Maria, Roberts—Eli^e, Plat, iron-Aui,oi-a. Lewis-Venu. Furney, eoal- Osprey, Phillips Three Sisters, Fifoot Gibson Meyer — Baihnrst, Crotly, Reynard, Wilherall- Jane and Margaret, PAikei,-Ci-itorioi), Osborne— Fame, Hunt — Bounrcira, Brieze-New House, Warn -Ca-,ile, Morgan — Fortune, Nowhans—Hope, Dirt — Amity, Lamb—M- rihyr Packet, Evans, Margrie- tea, Fegtor—• Seelast, Horstlllltll- (d.1 Bariudiua, Hunsman—William Collins, iron—John and Marv, Jarnes Gy roa, J ones-%A'ave, Ai i d J c)hii, Gilbed, -tilucher, Wasiiburne—Sally, illtii-stiall-Ddslier, Barnard Ann and Fanny, Pays-y, Elizabeth, Davies-Swift, Nichols-John George, Guilliford- Maria, Quigley— Moderator, Wedlake— Defence, Rowland—Caroline, Richa' ds Willi im Skyrme, Lloyd—Shannon, Williams, «i h coal F'y, Ayland, coke-King David, Bailey —Maria, Thomas- Glea. ner,Jones, ballast—Langarthow, Scauilebury, Fo wey ii on—Robert, Clampitt, Newport, sundries—Joiin, Golding, Gloucester, ba last Royal Forrester, Furney, Bridgwater, coal New Minerva, Wood, l,iverpool, iron -AugL,, Bol,-Aiina, Decorer, Rut. terdam, irou:—George, Johns, Barnstaple, coal and iron Sky Lark, Eva:i«, Stnngeford — Brothers, I Owens, Bridgwater, coal.
PORT OF NEWPORT.
PORT OF NEWPORT. IMPORTS. ABEONA, Atteridge, from Cork, 425 quarters of oats—James Gannett, James, Irotn Bridgwater, 4(> sacks of malt, 3 ions of straw, Tredegar Lon Company—Ber- Irotn Bridgwater, 4(> sacks of malt, 3 ions of straw, Tredegar Lon Company—Ber- tbolly, Jones, from Port ilia doo, 94 tons of slates, T. B. Batchelor—'1 homas, Williams, Irom Dublin, 6 tons ot iron, Cwincelyn Company, 10J bottles 01 vitriol, C. H. Leigh, 2J casks of porter to or-it-r- Eliza, Evans, fri in Cork, 442 barrels of oats- J. H. Bailev—T i tiro, Carter, front Truro, 3D blocks of tin, C.H.Leigh, 30 ditto, J. ilailly, iso (litto, for sundry persons — Gertrude, Curd, rom Shore- liarn, 15 tons of iron, Iron CWlllcel yn Compauy- Naples Packet, Richards, from Jersey-St. George, Ciiisone, from Brid,ii ter- Frie;idsliip, Gower, from di-to-Brolliers, Quenton, flom Chepstow — Industry, Morgan, from Ne'lli—JunP and Mary, Guy, from Gloucester—Minerva, Knight, fiom ditto-Victory, Travers, from Kiosale-Dennis Carty, Conner, from ditto-Unaniiiiity, Mitchell, from Bridgeater—.WilliamSmith, from Gloucester, with slllluries-A nna Maria, Lloyd, from Barrow, with iron ore, Clydach Iron Company—Charlotte and Hannah Smith, from Fowey, with iron ore, British iron Company—Susannah, Counell, from Whitehaven—liyanite, Pope, from ditto, with iron ore, Monmouth Iron and Coal Company— Porth, Hoskins, from Padstow, with iron ore, Cwincelyn Company—Pearl, Jones, from Barrow, with iron ore, C. H. Leigh. EXFOKTS. Bertholly, Jones, for Liverpool, 19 tons of iron, Pentwyn Company, 43 tons of tin plates, Machen, Company, 28 tons of ditto, Daniel Lewis, and Co. Jane, M'Ashiil, for Greenwich, 2J tons of iron, llhyinney Coiipany-55 tons of ditto, Clydach Company—John Birkin, Raymond, lor Larne, 20 tons of oak bark, T. Powell, 3D tons of iron, J. II. BailCY-.N)inerva, Knight, for Neath, 24 tons of iron, Harford and Co., 20 tons of ditto, Blaennvon Co.—Catherine, Evans, 'or Liverpool, 135 tons of iron-Eaglet, Phillips. for Liverpool, 79 tons of iron-Oceat), Dusting, for Penzance, 20 tons of iron, PentwynCo., Spread Eagle, PhiUi f, for Liverpool, 60 tons of iron—Turtle, Poole, for Liver- pool, 60 tons of iron-Vaga, Ytilliams for Bridg- water, 60 tons of iron-itose, Brokenshaw, for Charleston, 48 tonsof iron-Blenkin-,opp, Richard- son, for Dublin, 30 tonsof iron-George, Tamplin, for Bridgwater, 60 tons of iron, Harford, Davies, and Co.—Ann and Marja, Lloyd, lor Liverpool, 96 fons of iron-Benji1min, Soula, fpr Lorient, 120 tons of iron—Zorg V<'iet, Bergbris, for Rotterdam, 115 tons of iron-Welhelm, Edward, for Stettin, 240 tons of Ïron-Forgon, Ca«»ard, for Lorient, 90 tons of iron, J. li. Biilcy-Ani) and Elizabeth Lewis, for Portreath, 44 tons ot iron, Monmouth Iron and Coal Co.-Three Sisters, Prole, for Bridgwater, 17 tons of iron, Rhymney Co. -A r)n, Roberts, for Kinsale, 30 tons of bark, Thomas Powell—Industry, Morgan, lot Neath, 27 tons of bricks and clay, J. J. Nicholas, and CO.-W.il)d- rush, Sheppard, for Plymouth, 80 tons of iron, Cmncelyn Co.-Adiiiirii, Roshcroft, for Barcelona, 358 tons of coal, Tredegar Coal Co.
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WAREHOUSED UNDER BOND. Six quarter casks of »in» James VV int.e. DUTY PAID OUT OF BOND. 2c. 0 0 deals J. J. Nicholas, and Co. 4o. 0 0 Newport timber, and S ate Co. 0 j jo T. B Bachelor. One quarter cask of wine Jatnes^ intle Onp pipe of wine R • "arrhy Coal shipped at Newport from Septetnbt,rtlic 7tb to the 13h of October, 1841, both days included: Coastwise 11 eland Tons Ton* Newport Coal Co J 2723 3307 Latch and Cope j c)-, o — J. Poole, jun 450 — J. F. I I anson 473 70 Rock Coal Co 453 '45 Rees and Gough 9J \V. S. Cartwright 703 275 Tredegar Coal Co 573 140 Porthmawr Coal Co 125 — Cwincelyn and BlainaCo — E. Rogers and Co. Mon. Iron & Coal Co 10 — Richard Davies — John Russell and Co 85 Ebsworth Tal)soii — — Coal brought down the Monmouthshire Canal Com- pany's Tr im Roads, and Caual, from the 1st to the 9th of October, 1St I, both days inclusive. „ Tram road Canal Freighters *,• a Tons tons Thomas Powell 3074 Thomas Prothero 1825 — Martin Morrison 978 — Rock Coal Co 983 — Cleiiietits, J,)t-es, & Williams 1509 — llosser Thomas and Co 1514 — Thomas Phillips and Sou 754 — W S Cartwright 977 — James Poole,jun 783 — Tredegar Coal Co 230 — J F Hanson 1013 Latch and Cope 115 — W and RThomas 733 — RJBIrwitt — — John Vipond Joseph Latcli 28 — J Nicholas — Charles Jones — — Jones & Clements — — Rees and Gough 54 — R Welsh & Co — — IRON TCNS. Tram Road Brought down. 1052 Cunal 1479
PORT TALBOT. AURTLVALS. KATE, James, Mount; Brothers, Welch, St. Hampton; Portland, Williams. Bar- row; Leonora. Griffiths, Falmouth Oini-ii- bus. Jones, Hayle Richmond, Foley, Hayle; Nancy, Andrew, Hayle; Marys, Peake, Hayle; Welcome, Griffiths, Carmarthen; Thos. Burdon, Chislialm, Morlais; Eliza. Laugherne, Llanelly Eliza, Stephens, Llanelly Friends, SilO- mons, Llaneily; Unity, Ellis, Port Madock Nautilus, Jenkins, Bayle; Edipse, Sanders, Mount; Trelis- sick, Andrews, Hayle; Ilarriet and Phobe, Morgan, Llanelly.
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We regret to observe that Vincent has been allowed to lecture at the Cheltenham Mechanics' Institution — an establishment that ought to be devoted to higher purposes than the dissemination of party politics and revolutionary principles. Bath and Bristol Races, are in future to take place once only in the course of the year, instead of twice, namely, in the Spring. Monmouth Monthly Market was held on Wednesday week and was lurni.shed with a large supply ot stock. Steers were in demand fat cows were bought for 6d. per lb. fat sheep 0J. Pigs are still high. On Tuesday a young man named Isaac Beeton, groom to Mr Tophain.'was married, and next morning was found dead in bed by the side of his bride,- Chester Courant. DRRADFUL FIRE AND LOSS OF HER. Between 3 and 4 o'clock on Monday morning a most alarming and destructive fire, which, we regret to say, ha3 been attended with the loss of two lives, occurred at the house of Mr Merry, cheesemonger, No. 20, High-street, Newington Butts. The tire was first discovered by Mender Geacli, 29 L of the metropolitan polioe, while he was on his beat on the opposite side of the road. Geach im- mediately sprang his rattle, and crossed over and knocked at the door of the house on tire, and also the house on each side. In a few moments Mr E. Merry, the occupier of the house, threw up the window of the first floor, and to his horror, saw the flames aseentlifig from the lower part of the bouse. He immediately awoke his brother, who was slecpin on the same Hour in a back room, and then endeavoured to arouse his mother, w ho slept in the back room on the second floor, the servant being in the front room but the flames increased with such fearful rapidity that he was obliged to make a hasty retreat, ard he was lortunate indeed in letting himself out of a window ill Frederick. place. His brother, Mr Frederick Merry, who has not long returned from sea, succeeded in getting out of the first floor window on to the leadsover the shop, and thence dropped on to the pavement; he had no time to put on a vestigeof cloithing. By this tune a numbir of people had col'ecteJ on the spot, who having ascertained that persons were in the house evinced the utmost C"(dLog- on their account, and used every means for their rescue. A blanket was procured, and four persons wire prepared to receiv i, any of the unfortunate inmates who might first present themselves. It was not many seconds before i lis Merry (the mother of the occupier of the house) was seen at one of the windo ws of the second floor, when the persons holding the blanket called to h"r to jump out of the window. She was enveloped in flames, and frantically ran to the other window und threw bet sell out; she fell on her head on the pavement, and Was taken up almost lifeless, and coiive., ed to the Peacock pub!ic-house- The greatest fears were now entertained on behall of the servant, who had not been seen to make her escape; shell d been sleeping in the front room on the second floor, at one of the windows of which she presented herseif, imploring assistance, but before that couid reach litr she s mk back into the flames and was seen no more. PATHETIC NARIATIVE.Tiie remarkably fine bells of Limerick Cathedral were o,i.,illillly brought from Italy they had been manufactured by a young native (whose name tradition has not pi-eserveci), i,tif] tini-died at-tei- ttie toil of many years; and he prided himself upon his work. They were dubseqtiently purchased by the prior of a neighbouring convent and with tie pt'olits of this sale, the young- Italian procured a linle villa, where he had the pleasure of hearing the tolling of his bells from the convent cliff, and growing old in the bosotn of domestic happiness. This, however, was not to continue. In some of itio,e broil*, whether civil or foreign, which are the uii(l) iiicr worm of a fallen land, the Italian was a sufferer amongst many. He lost hi" all and, after the passing of the storm, found him- self preserved alone amid the wreck of fortune, friends, family and hquie. The convent in which the bells were hung was razed to the earth, and these last carried away into another land. The owner, haunted by his memories, and deserted by his hopes, became a wanderer over Europe. His hair grew grey, and his heart withered, before he again found a hWlle or a friend. In this desolation of spirit, he formed the resolution of seeking the place to which those treasures of his memory had been finally borne. He sailed for Ireland, proceeded up the Sliaiinou-ilie vessel anchored iu the pool, near L'mer ek. and he hired a boat for the pflrpose of landing. The city was now before him, and he beheld St. Mary's steeple, lifting its turieted head above the smoke and mist of the Old Town. He sat at the stern, and looked fondly toward it. It was an evening so cal", and beautiful as to remind him of his own native skies i" the sweetest time of the year-rbe deaih of the spring. The bread stream appeared like one smooth miiioi, and the littl- vessel glided through it with almost a noiseless ex- pedition. On a sudden, amidst the genetal stillness the bells toll: d from the carhedral-the rowers rested on their oais, and the vessei went forward with the i npnlse it had received. I he old Itali >n looked towards the city. crossed his arms on his br east, and lay back in his soat home, happiness, early recollections, iriends, family -weie all in the sound, and went to the heart. Whett the rowers looked round they beheld him with his face stil turned towards the cathedral, but his eyes weie closed and when they landed—they found him cold I! TO THE MAGISTRATES OF THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. My Lords and Gentlemen, lIIr. Prothero having announced his intention of resigning the Office of Treasurer for the County previous to the ensuing Quarter Sessions, beg respectfully to offer myself as a Candidate for the Situation, and to solicit the honor of your support. Should I be so fbrtunate as to obtain the appoint- iizeiit, it shall be my constant endeavour to perform the duties connected toith it to your satisfaction. The Election will take place at the Tenon Hall Cvk, on Monday, the 18th Instant, a Twelve o'Clock precisely. I hare the lio.,ioi- to be, My Lords and Gentlemen, Your most Obedient Servant, HENRY JOIlS DAVIS. Newport, Oct. ls £ 1841. HIGH WATHH \T NEWPORT. j Alorning. EVCnlll¡!. If. Ni. H. M. Sunday, OCT. 17 7 56 8 5 826 8 36 Tuesday, 19 8 54 9 9 Wednesday 20 9 24 9 37 Thuis lay, 21 9 54 10 14 FdJay 22 10 4 3 II 30 Saturday, 23 11 36 0 9 HIGH WATER AT BRISTOL, &c. (From Hunt's Tide Table.) tlUGII WATKR. Cutnb. Bathurst DA^S' Morn. Even. Gates. Gates. CCT. II. M II. M FT- INC. FT. INF Sunday 17 8 2fi 8 35 31 920 6 Monday 18 8 56 9 6 29 II 18 8 Tuesday 19 9 24 .9 39; 27 7 16 4 Wednesday 20 9 54 10 7j 24 10 13 7 Thursday .21 10 24 10 44 21 9 10 fi Friday 22 11 13 — — 19 9 8 6 Saturday 23 0 0 0 391 19 0 7 9 EQUATION OF THE TIDES. These Equations, applied to the above Table, will give the Approximate Times of High. Water, at the following Places on the Coasts of England and Wales. if. M. H. M Aberystwith. add 0 15 Liverpool. add 4 a Caernarvon add 145 Newport, Mon.. sub 0 36 Cardiff Koad sub. 0 55 Portsmouth add 4 20 Cardigan Bar sub. 0 15 Swansea Bar sub 1 14 Carmarthen Bay sub. I 5 Thames'Mouth sub 5 45 Chepstow. sub. 0 13 19 Sunday after Trinity. Morning 1 J-esson 3 Chapter — Daniel. I 2 Lesson 2 Chapter — Luke. p_Pni„ff S Lesson 6 Chapter —Daniel. ° i 2 Lesson 3 Chapter — 1st Gal,
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. -I The COWBRIDGE HARRIERS meet on Mon- day, October 18tb, at Golden Mill; and on Thurs- day, October 21st, at Wick each day at half-past Ten o'clock.
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. H. H. H. is respectfully declined. Cymlto is informed that the Report in question was inserted precisely as it reached us. Our Contemporaries and Correspondents are earnestly requested to direct their Letters and Papers to us at CARDIFF, not at Merthyr. We shall be glad to hear again from J. B. W. E. ( Merthyr) should have paid tlte postage of Ids Letter. Do MI NE is tlia)zked,-his promised aid will be very I acceptable. Dr. JONES'S WORK has been received, and shall be noticed next week. M.— J r e would willingly oblige our fair Correspondent this week if it were in our pmoer.-Her lines must stand over until our next. We cannot insert poetry in the current n umber which is received after Tuesday. The Monmouthshire Beacon has not been received this week. In our list of Gmlle Certificates last week, the residence of Mr. William Smith should have been stated as Bryny Cal. We lately printed Captain Bassett's name as R. N.- it should have been R. A
HER Majesty's message by which Parliament was prorogued was short and simple. It was like one of the speeches of the most illustrious of living men a straightforward affair, concealing nothing, mystifying nothing, and in the matter of promises and pledges, was an effective contrast to the productions of the Whig Cabinet. It is the language of men feeling the deep responsi- bilities of the duties they have undertaken, and determined to bestow their best energies on the laborious task before them. To equalize the public means and the annual expenditure, to in- vigorate the commerce of the country, and whilst lamenting the distress which exists in many of the manufacturing districts, to devise after mature deliberation, the best plan of preventing its recur- rence this is the extent of the ministerial pledge, and will be accepted by the country we think as an earnest that we may expect something more substantial than promises at the reassembling of Parliament. We have at length an Administra- tion master of its own movements—dependent on no fragments of partie's for its existence—not living by the sufferance of an Opposition. The measures which it deems necessary to the country's welfare, will, when well considered and matured, he propounded with sincerity and ener- getically enforced. We have now a Cabinet acting with a settled unity of purpose, and not stagger- ing and reeling to and fro, oscillating between the demands of revolutionists and its own convictions of the just and true. We have a minister who has reached his present proud elevation by the best of all titles, clear judgment, matured wisdom, and unsullied honour. Bullied he will be, but intimidated he cannot be,—and he will make no compromise with faction for an hour's tenure of place and power. He will not be moved from his purpose by the audacious attempts to spread popular delusion, or to excite popular frenzy. He will take a calm review of the position in which his predecessors have left the country, and he will apply his vigorous mind to remedial measures. Lord Melbourne indeed emphatically denies that his administration delivered over the country in a dangerous or embarrassed state, either with re- spect to finance or any other interest." This is the loose assertion of a man who was never able to give a direct answer to any question relating to his Administration that was put to him,—ever evading by a jest, or overleaping by a bound. So Nero fiddled amidst the conflagration of Rome. The levity of the ex-minister received a well merited rebuke from the Duke of Wellington, more especially for the notable scheme of the poco curante Viscount, for procuring a larger attendance of their lordships. I never says this single minded nobleman, will announce to the House any intention which I do not entertain." The history of the late ten years' shuffling is written in these simple words. It is the Mel- bourne Illiad in a nut shell—embracing the whole story of fraud and falsehood, paltry juggle, and enormous lying." But whilst Ministers are maturing their plans, Faction is busy with its excitement. Universal Suffrage and the Ballot, the removal of the heie- ditary Legislature, and the destruction of the Church, these are topics suspended for the moment, and the Corn Laws" are now the favorite subject of the movement with an occa- time and patience to speak. We believe better things of the working classes than to suppose they can be gulled by the impudent charlatans who are hired to deceive them. They have had some bitter experience in this line, and as the burnt child dreads the fire, so will thousands in this neighbourhood long remember the miseries of having been FROST-bitten. Let us recall too, to their remembrance, how deluded multitudes thickened in groups in public places to felicitate each other on the return of halcyon days, as if the Reform Parliament would have nothing else to do but enact laws for holydays, and make decrees for perpetual plenty. And yet where is there one man in the British empire that can put his hand into his pocket and say I am a shilling richer than I should have been if that bill had never passed!" Just so will they awake from the present dream of cheap bread. The object of the Demagogue is not how distress may be relieved, but how it may be turned to account-how it may embarrass a Government. The language of each of these "FRIENDS OF HUMANITY" is- "I give thee sixpence ? I'll see thee d-d: first."
THE Chinese dispute, began we fear in iniquity and finished in folly, furnishes ample materials for our national mortification. The buccaneering spirit in which the Whig Diplomatist, Captain Elliott, has conducted affairs, may be worthy of a Commercial Company in Leadenhall-street, but is a disgrace to the British name and character, when considered with reference to that which constitutes reputation in the eyes of civilized communities. If Napoleon were alive he might reiterate his sarcasm, that We were a nation of Shopkeepers with more truth than heretofore. The "auri sacra fames" was the inspiring motive of Her Majesty's Plenepotentiary; dollars were dearer to his heart than his country's honour, and he lost the glorious opportunity of securing real compensation for the past, and true security for the future. He has obtained nothing but dollars and an inglorious truce, for even if his proceedings are not annulled by the functionary sent to supersede him, he has infected the Chinese mind with no other feeling than a desire to avenge their pecuniary loss, and has left the whole affairs to be re-adjusted probably by a more unfettered display of British gallantry, and a still greater sacrifice of human life. He had the game in his hands-he has played it disgracefully for the country, and we presume a strict judicial enquiry will follow. It is not that we are indifferent to the horrors of war, nor insensible to the guilt of shedding blood; but no wars are more disastrous, none accompanied with a greater waste of blood and treasure, than those wh:ch are conducted with irresolution. Above all nations the braggart and perfidious Chinese require to be taught such a lesson of British firmness and strength as will make them more cautious of entering into future quarrels. Perhaps in the original cause of dis- pute we were in the wrong, but China soon lost this vantage ground, and rendered the last appeal in national quarrels indispensible. Having com- menced hostilities they should have been con- ducted with a vigour worthy of our ancient reputation, and not in the huxtering spirit of mere traders in tea and opium. The national honour is not to be weighed against dollars. Our gallant soldiers have no desire to represent in their per- sons the old City train bands,—they are not of the Lumber troop, nor expert at a Counter march if such a movement is necessary they must be beaten off, not bribed off. Well might the gallant officer who commanded the naval portion of this enterprise—and who died as much from vexation as fatigue, exclaim that he would rather have perished under the walls of Canton" than have put his name to such a Convention as was signed by Captain Elliott. The appropriation of the dollars squeezed from the Chinese is worthy of the mode by which they were obtained,—they are the first instalment paid to the opium smugglers. But the "age of chivalry" says the great authority "is gone, that of economists and calculators has succeeded. The initials of some new order of knighthood, of which Captain Elliott will be grand master, are L. S. D.
We have for some time past had it in contem- plation to call the attention of our readers to the very great benefits conferred upon the commu- nity by the system of allotting small quantities of land for garden purposes, to the labouring classes, to be cultivated for their own use and benefit during their unemployed time,—a system first introduced by the amiable and benevolent Bishop of Bath and Wells, and now in full operation under the auspices of that most admirable insti- tution the Labourers' Friend Society. The Land Allotment system of this Society recommends the letting to the labourer so much land only as he can cultivate, with the aid of his family, in his leisure hours, at as moderate a rent as possible, so as to afford profit to the labourer, and not charity or alms giving; and by furnishing him with the means of raising a proportioned" his most wholesome food in the most economical manner, making him, by his own exertions, independent both of the parish and the charity of his neigh- bours. This system has been most successfully adopted in various parts of England, and its beneficial influence is daily developing itself in the improved condition of the labouring popula- tion, and in the great benefits conferred upon the community from a considerable diminution of the poor rates in every locality where this system is in operation. "The association at Devizes state that in that town and neighbourhood there are thirty-four parishes and hamlets in which the allotment system has been adopted; and that above 900 acres of land have been allotted to nearly 2000 tenants," and we learn from the Society's reports that The Bishop of Bath and Wells has above 700 small tenants enjoying the fruits of his enlightened philanthropy." That at Wooton under Edge and Horsley, both manu- facturing districts, land has been let to the mechanics employed in the cloth factories, and that t: e allotments are all well cultivated, abun- dantly cropped, and the rents punctually paid,- while it is most gratifying to witness the gladness of heart that has been diffused through so many households." But it is not all that wherever small portions of garden ground have been allotted in this manner that the labouring classes have become sober, temperate, and comfortably off in the world !-the reduction of the poor rates in those localities is a most important feature in its favour.—" In a large parish in Essex, the poor rates amounted in one year to E3,200 and by the adoption of this system they were reduced in the course of the following yeir to £ 2000."—"In a small parish in Wiltshire, where the poor rates were E206 ss. after its adoption they were re- duced to E4. 12s. Gd,"—and many other instances might be adduced equally corroborative of the excellent working of the Allotment System I Our limits will not permit us to enter more fully into this interesting subject at present, but we cannot sional flourish of trumpets about Free Trade, f the Demagogues and their dupes,—of the n temptible trash which we are seriously exp^ to consider as a true exposition of the opinio the People of England, it would be a was withhold expressing our most earnest hope, some of the many philanthropic individuals some of the many philanthropic individuals j adorn our town and neighbourhood, will afl our industrious poor a similar opportunity off proving their condition.—It can be done aj. risk whatever,—a field of five acres would s for forty tenants,—and an occupation so inn so elevating, and so free from all grovelling jections, could not fail to be productive of fi to all parties.
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> (iLAMOHOANSttlHB AND MoNMOUTHSIIIItR InPIK)^ AND DISPENSARY, CAHDIFF. Abstract cf House Surgeon's Report to the Wt Board, from Oct. 5th to Oct. 12th, if s I.v-Dooit PATIENTS.—Remained by last R 7; Admitted since, 4 11. Discharged, ()-CurowJJ Relieved, 2; Died, 0-0 Remaining, y. OUT-Dooit PATIENTs-Rem;,inetl by last Rep 81; Admitted since 17, -98. I ^barged, 3-C and Believed II, -Died. O-H. 8L Medical OJJicers for the Week. — Physician, !• Moor», — Consulting Surgeon, Mr lteeee,-Sur Mr i,ewis,Visitt-rs, Rev. J. Evans, and ff1 Ilamlcn. THOS. JACOB, House Surged* On Saturday last the Right Hon. the J Advocate had an audience of her Majesty Windsor. Preparations are making at Cardiff Castle for J reception of Lord and Lady James Stuart and faJJl whose anival is expected the latter end of P1 week. THE THEATRE.-This fashionable place of am ment will open for the season.on Monday next, a full and very efficient company. It has been much the fashion to cry up a set of performers, s1 to predict great things from them, although, in a:ity, they may be anything but apt representati< of the heroes or heroines of the Drama. In t present instance, however, we are happily enabled assert that Mrs. Macready's company are most j and efficient. It would be invidious to name any1 [ them this week, although there are among the cod I pany some who are not unknown to fame. V shall from week to week notice the different p4* formanr.es, and pass impartial criticisms upon the1* —indiscriminate praise or censure are alike valueleSj it will be our aim to give to real merit its just meedn approbation, and if the unpleasant necessity of faujh finding should atise, we shall not shrink from til duty. The house has been beautifully decorat^n under the sole direction of Mr. Charles Perkins,$ Mr. Frazer, and it is but doing mere justice to tho? gentlemen to say that they have made the Theatre one of the prettiest in the three kingdofl1* The embellishments are in the style of LoUH Quatorze,—the front of the boxes are decorated W'1? medallions, containing views of Cardiff Castle, a"j other picturesque localities,—the backs are elegantlj papered, so as effectually to prevent the spoliation dresses,—the hand-rails are covered with crimson tabbinet, and the seats have been stuffed. The p'l and gallery have undergone great improvement*! The ceiling is superbly painted in the medallion and the lobbies have all been repaired, cleaned, atn re-painted. A splendid act drop scene, painted WJ James, of London, has been procured, and with othe1 new scenery will render the Theatre almost per in its arrangements. Next week we shall have soJJl what to say of the performances. -(See Ad.) ) CORON.-R'S INQUEST.—An inquest was held ""H Tuesday last, at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff, by R. LewiJ Reece, Esq., on the body of Lewis Roberts, who drowned on Sunday evening last, near the Buf Docks. Mr. Thomas Price deposed that he some men from Newport to load an American vessel named the Rob Roy—the deceased was one of thefl| —and he was a native of Newport. Richa!" Scudamore sworn—I am a pilot—I was coming b/ the lower gates of the new dock on Sunday evening last, about seven o'clock—the deceased passed b1, me —I looked hack in about a miuute and he xf& gone-I then heard him crying out for help-he ap peared sober.—[It appeared that the deceased wilo intended going down the steps to join his fellow hoL" biers in their boat, missed his way and walked ovet the wall.)—Lieut. Dornford here said that in th'i whol«i course of his life he had never witnessed sue' shameful conduct as that of the hobblers who wer' in the boat-they never rendered the least .assistant to their unfortunate fellow labourer, but merel/i picked up his hat, and then coolly rowed away.-H The coroner and jury also expressed their indigna'j tion of such brutal behaviour, as by a trifling exertiotf on their parts the life of a fellow creature might havo" been saved. Lieut. Dornfurd spoke highly of th': conduct of two of the preventive men, who used evell exertion to recover the body. John Richards an^ John Martin, preventive men, and a lad named Joh^' Richards, deposed to the finding the body. Tb' jury returned a verdict of 11 Accidentally Drowned," and accompanied their verdict by some remarks de' precatory of the Yile conduct of the hobblers. To^ much praise cannot be given to Lieut. Dornford f<4 his exertions in behalf of the deceased. The J>re4 veniive men were rewarded by the coroner for theiM humanity. E LA MELANCHOLY AND FATAL Acc]DrNT.-It is thil week our painful duty to record the death of Mf'i John Jenkin Harris, commoner of Jesus College Oxford, and son of J. J. Harris, Esq., of Treverift in this county, which occurred in consequence <> being violently thrown from his horse on the nigbl of Saturday last. The particulars of this tJeplorabl/l I affair are as follow:—It appears that Mr. Harri* came to Cardiff market last Saturday morning.—OJ* his return home he called at Mi*. Evans, of Fair'i water, and there took tea. Mrs. Evans much wished that as the night was dark Mr. Harris should sle^P at her house, but to this he would not eonscnt, an<J I Mr. W. Jones, timber merchant, of Park, also calling at Mrs. Evans's, he arranged to ride with him as fitc I as Mr. i. went on the road,—they left Fairwater be' tween 8 and 9 o'clock, and rode together to Land' tern Chapel,—Mr. Jones then pressed Mr. Harris to pass the night at his house, but Mr. H. refused, saV' ing that lie had promised to be home, and if he I stayed his father would be uneasy,—he also said that I he dare say some of the Llantrissent butchers would bear him company on their way from Cardiff market- Mr. Harris, who was in good health and spirits, theJl shook hands with Mr. Jones, who turned up to the Park gate to go home. A little way (about 100 yards) beyond the park there were some large heaps of stotio in the road, on these stones, over which Mr. Harris was thrown, were the marks of horse hair. and Mr- Harris was found about six yards distance from their, About an hour and a half after the unfortunate geill tleinan had parted with Mr. Jones, some Llantrissen* butchers oil their way home saw a horse standing b1 the roadside, saddled and bridled,—this attracted their notice, and on a search they found the body o* a young man at five or six yards distance, lying io the middle of the road, but rather to the right hand side. On m-iking this discovery they knocked up servant of Mr, Jones, who lived close by, and pro- cured a light, when the body was recognized as tb&* of Mr. Harris-the butchers also knew who he vraS -:Mr. Hanis was quite dead. Planks were proacure(i and the body was removed to the Chapel public-bouse, and the attendance of a surgeon procured, although before that gentleman arrived the body WAS quite cold. One of the butchers immediately proceeded to Treverig to inform the family of the sad event, and the Rev. Mr. Evans, accompanied by a son of Mr. Williams, of Garth Hall, got a hearse from Cardiff, and had the body removed. An inquest was held OIJI the deceased on Monday last, before P* Lewis Reece, Esq., coroner, at Treverig.—Mr. Joue* of Park, on being examined said—1 met Mr. J. J* Harris at Fairwater at half-past seven p.m. on Satur- day evening last, we left Fainvater about half-pa9* eight; we travelled together as far as Lanilterl1 Chapel, where we parted, having first shaken hands most cordially he was in good health and spirits. After Mr. Jones's evidence had been taken, he made the following declaration—" For the satisfaction o* the friends and relations of the deceased, I, on 01.1 oath, declare that he was as Sober as any one in th19 room." The second person examined was TI)orl]R-q Williams, butcher, Croesfaen, who said—When reo- turning from Cardiff on Saturday evening, neAt Lanilfern Chapel, my companion, Richard -Evai)14 said Here is a horse with a saddle upon it,"—m/ companion was a few yards before uic-tlieii 1 e. plied I- here is a man down on the ground," I dis* mounted, and cried out loudly two or three timeS over the man, but he never uttered a sound. TheH I examined more minutely the ground near hi'11' where I perceived hlood, which was warm, then turned the body in company with others, and found* to my great regret, it to be that of the son of m1 great benefactor, Mr. Harris, of Tieverig. The joff g immediately returned a verdict of Accidental Death, with this addition, viz., that the turnpike road froto Croesfaen to Ilhydlavoy was in an abominable st ate, and the jury also expressed their opinion that it the duty of the Surveyor not to have heaps of stoneS so negligently put by the side of the said roza. Mr- I fari-is was a promising young man, a.nd his friend had strong hopes, and to them apparently -e It- founded ones of seeing him one day efficiently the work of an Evangelist,