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THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS- NAUTILUS, JOHN ALI.EN, Commander. v wJWM>Y CHARIiOTTB, "^Sjlj^HEiSiy.y JEFFIiR Y, Commander, ARE INTENDED TO SAIL jjiXX Daring.the NEXT WEEK, an follow*— (From the Bute Ship Dock.) Der!ttg. the NEXT WEEK. an follows- (From the Bute Ship Dock.) PROM CARDIFF KuV. I..Monday Nautilus 6 morning 2..Tuesday .I.atly Charlotte 6 moining 3.. Wrdorsdav. Nautilus. 7 morning 4..Thursday .Lady Charlotte 7 morning 5..Flrilay .Nautilus. 8 morning 6..Saturday .Lady Charlotte. 8^ morning i:uu,M BRISTOL. Nov. 1.. Monday Lady Charlotte 6i morning 2..Tiiwliy .Nautilus. fii morning 3.. Wednesday .f.ady Ohirlotte 7 morning 4..Thursday Nautilus. 7i morning b.. Friday l,adv Ciiitrlotte 8 morning 6..Saturday .Nautilus. 8 morning Carriages and Horses inu4t(pfe along-side an linnr and half previutis to the time of Sailing, otherwise they tannot be Shipped, in consequence of Locking through tha Ilcw Docks. e- Coach to Bridgend through Cowbridge, im- mediately on arrival of the Packets Leaving Bridgend 3j hours previous to the Packets departure from Cardiff. FARES :Uter Cabin. 5s.—Fore Cabinet. Children under 12 Vears of Age, Ila 11-11 rice.- 1)099, Is each. A Female Steward attends on Board both Packets. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate tariitt. Four-Wheel Carriage, ils.; Two.Wheel Carriage, log fid.; Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin 9«.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d.; Cattle, 6s.; Sheep, Is. 6d These fareainclude every expense. Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. •Freighters are requested to order all Goods intcnded for the NAUTILUS to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Robert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the LADY CyH.&HLOTTE, to Clare Street liall, Marsh Street. Bristol. Goods"wilr be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packet's, at the expeuse of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge, A bcrdare. Cowbridge, Bridgend, Litmtriuent ,and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these Plates in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im- mediately on arrival, unlcsa ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Package*, Parcels, &c. forwarded to all parIs ehtu, Kingdom withou* delay, when sent to either of the r Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information as to Freight, &c. will he readily obtained by applying to the Agents. Mr Woodman, Agent, at the Packet Office on the Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr John Griffith Jones. Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS Pac. ket; and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on thr Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr W. B. Owen, 29, Avon Cres- cent, Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CllARLOTTK Packet. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Lttggage, nor will they be answerableJor any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, Leakage or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their Office* at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the val it, of 40s., unless entered at its valne. and Carriage in pro. "portion paid for the same, at the time of Booking.— Goods consigned to order. or not taken away before Six •'clock in the evening of the day of landing, will k warehoused rt tlie risk and expense a&he consignees All goods to be considered as liens, not ouly for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously un- satisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weights or measurement, claims for loss or damage. &c., cannot be allowed, unles a written notice of the same be sent It. the Office on the day of delivery. Mcvtiipv ftftbtl £ tir!unfc* &ru/st. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TOLLS arising and payable at the several TOLL- GATES within this TRUST £ £ !iU be net, b ftuctfoit, (SuBject to the written conditions to be then and there produced), at the CASTLE INN, in the Town of MERTHYR TIDVIL. on MONDAY, the 8th Day of NOVEMBER next, between the hours of I o'clock at Noon and Four in the Afternoon of that day, to the best Bidder, on his producing sufficient sureties for payment ot the Money Monthly, from 12 o'clock of the Night of the 14th Day of November next, to the same hour of the Night of the 14th day of June next, and if 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 J line next, which Tolls produced the last year of Letting, the sum of el600, and from the 15th Day of May last. to the 2nd Day 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 X502 9. Ill. ahlwe the expences of collecting: the same, and such Tottt will be put up either in one lot or in several par- cels or lots, and the said Tolls, if in one lot, or if in separate lots, each parcel or lot will be put up at stiefi sum as the Trustees shall at such meeting think fit. IVM. DA VIES, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Trust. Merthyr Tidvil, October 4th, lS-l I. Aitntfjiir EttJbil JEtmtptfce rttøt. TO BE LET BY AUCTION, at the CASTLE INN, MKRTHYR TIDVIL, at One o'clock in the Afternoon of MONDAY, the 8th Day of NOVEMBER next, (subject to the written condi- tions to be then and there produced) for the term of Seven Years, a COTTAGE in BRIDGE STREET, MKRTHYR TYDVIL, lately used as one of the '1'011 Houses of this Trust. Merihyr Tidvil, October 4th, 1841. T Price Is l.Jd per box. HIS excellent Family PILL is a Medicine of lontj- uied efficacy for correcting all disorders of the Stomach and Bowels, the common symptoms of whieh are Costiveness, Flatulency, Spasms, Loss of -Appetite. Sick Head Ache. Giddiness, sense of fulness flt'r Meals. Dizziness of the Eyes, Drowsiness and Paim in the Stomach and Bowels. Indigestion pro- a tor-id state of the Liver, and a constant in- activily of the Bowels, causing a disorganization of very function of the Frame, will, in this most excellent I reparation, by a little perseverance, be effectually k,-isioved. Two or three doses will convince the afflicted • f its salutary effects. The Stomach will speedily regain i<« strength a healthy action of tha Liv r. Bowels, and Kidneys, will rapidly take place; and. instead of J¡<t- I.socss, heat, pain, and jaundiced appearance, strength, fce>ivitv, and renewed health will be the quick resin t of '"king this medicine according to the directions accom- flanyirtg eacti box,, and if taken after loo free an i tidulgence M.table. they quickly restore the system to its natural state 0: repose. Persons of a FULL HA BIT, who are subject to Head Ache, Giddiue-s, Drowsiness, and Singing in the Ea's. •irisiag fiom too great a flow of blood to the head, should )At-.Ver be without them, 1101 fnany dangerous symptoms "Will be pti,ire'tv carried off bv their immediate us?. FO:t FliMALKS these Piils arc most truly excellent, kelmovilig all obstructions; the distressing Head Ache S, Very pievalent with the sex; Depression of Spirits, Dul iiess of Sight, Nervous Affections, Blotches, Pimples, and Sallowncssof the Skin, and give a healthy and juvenile bloom to tha complexion. As a pleasant safe, easy Aperient, they unite the re- commendation of a mild operation with- the most suc- cessful effect, and require no restraint of diet or confine- hlent during their u-e. Aud for ELDEnLY PhOj Lr- 'hey will be found to be the most comfortable medicine hitherto prepared. Sold by T. Front, 229. Strand, London. Price Js 111,1, en.1 2s 9d per box and by Mr T. Stephens, Merthy -Nlr Mr Farror, Monmouth; Mr Williams. Brc.-on; Air VV i:li:i:i.s, Newport; and Ii) Yendeis of Medicines generally throughout the Kingdom. Ask for FRAMPTON'S TILL of HEALTH, and observe the name and address of c. Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London," on the Government Stamp. intj ADVERTISER, AID MOTTO "fflMSIM IS PUB.IMIED "OARLY EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT THE OFFICE, ernill (SJSJMMIFIPo GENERAL P R I N T I N G, <8 U'lt AND BOOKSELLING ESTABLISHMENT. IIENIIY WEBBER, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF, PROPRIETOR and PUBLISHER of the above JL Journal, respectfully announcesthat his arrange- ments are now fully completed for carrying on the above Business, in all its branches; and trusts, by moderation of charges, beauty of workmanship, and expedition, to merit a share of public patronage and support. RDrRs FOR Books, magazines, and Periodicals, EXECUTED ON THR SHORTEST NOTICE; Of every description in a superior style, THE EXTENSIVE V&vittp ot jr&oHertt €j>pe, BEING ADAPTED FOR BOOK, PLAIN, AND ORNAMENTAL WORK; HANDBILLS, BILLS OF LADING, SHIPPING NOTES, aucticiterrol (tatatoouiro, PUBLIC NOTICES, LAW FORMS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF WORK n (o PRINTED ON 1tfte ortrot Notice, In the best manner and most reasonable Terms; Æ1@@UY IBB oozz RULED TO PATTKitN, AND MANUFACTURED ON THE PUEMISKS; B (D (a K B 9 N 0 0 N rg I ALL ITS BRANCHES, COMBINING ETÆ- GANCE WITH CHEAPNESS AND DUHABIMTY. AGENT FOR THE BRITISH FIRE OFFICE. All ORDERS directed to the GUA RDI AN OFFICE, DUKE-STREET, Cardiff, will be promptly attended to, ti. and satisfactorily executed. IHE 31ISSPS WILLIAMS, Daaglners of MRS. t ANN WILLIAMS, formerly of Merthyr Tydvil, and late of the PICTON AKiVIS, near the Rhymnpy Iron Works, in the Parish of GELLYGARE, in the County of GLAMORGAN, Widow, deceased, having been enabled by their exertions in business since the decease of their Mother, to realize more than sufficient for the payment of the. Debts from which she was dis- charged by Law, and being desirous from regard to her memory and justica_to her Creditors, of fulfilling what they know to have been her intention to do" IT sh I Tiad lived, by paying the said Del-ts in full; HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that the Creditors of the said Ann Williams, (except such as opposed her discharge or have become Bankrupt or Insolvent) may receive the balances of their respective debts, on applying at the Offices of Messrs. Meyrick and Davies) Solicitors Merthyr Tidvil, on TU KSD Y. the 9th day of NOV EM- BER next, or either of the following days, between the hours of 11 o'clock in the Forenoon and Four o'clock in the Afternoon. Khymney, 23d October, 1841. GSAND SW £ DI3H LOTTERY, CONTAINING 10,000 TICKETS, To BE DRAWN At STOCKHOLM, 8th NOVEMBER, 1841 PRIZES. 10 of 5,000 Rixdollars or < £ '1130 Sterling each 5 ol 10,000 ditto »' « £ 22fS0 Ditto. 2 of ;)0,000 ditto t6780 Ditto. PRICES. Wiloic Ticket £ 4 o Half 2 3 Quarter 1 4 Eighth 0 13 Sixteenth 0 7 TUOMAS BATTS, Agent, 5, Hooper Street, Groat Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, Loudon. THE following INSOLVENT DEBTOR will HE Heard at the COURT HOUSE, at CARDIFF on WEDNESDAY, the Tenth day of NOVEVIBEit 1841 at Ten in the Morning precisely THOMAS WALTERS the younger, late of the Town of Swansea, in the Counly of Glamorgan, out of Business, previously of the same Town, Grocer and formerly of the same town, Grocer, and Iron Founder. GALSWORTHY AND NICHOLS, 9, Cook's Court, Lincolns Inn, For MORGAN, Cardiff. PKRUY'S ly a Purifying Specific Pills, Price "2< 9il,4s 6d, and Us per box (Observe, the signature of It and L. PE'l RY and Co., on the outside of each wrapper), RE wel' known throughout Europe and America, fx to he the mjst certain ar.d effectual ("Irc ever dis- covered for every stage and symptom of the Venereal r.'israse, ill both sexes, including GonntrhfEa, Gleets, Secondary Symptoms. Strictures. Seminal Weakness, Defi; icney, an t all di-eas<-3of th(. Urinary Passages, wi-h- out lossof time, confinement, or hindrance from business. most surprising cnies not only in recent and sevrre cases, but when salvation and all other means li;ive failed and are of the utmost import- anceto those afflicted with Scorbutic Affections, Ei-iip-sons in anI' part of the bokly. Ulcer:ttiotis, Scroftelotis or Vene- real Taint, beiug jus* 1 v calculated to cleanse tli" blood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection, and restore weak and emacipatcd constitutions to pristine health, and vigour. 1 hey are partictt'arly recommended to be taken before persons enter into the matrimonial state, lest the indis- cretions of a parent are the sonrep of vexation to him the remainder of his existence by afflicting his innoceut but nsiiOrtunate offspring, with the evil eruptions of a malig- nant tendency, and a vaiiety of other complaints, that aro most assmeilly introduced by the satne neglect and imprudence, JO The Cordial Balm of Syriacum '? ""ended to relieve those persons, who, by an imtno- const"t "-UL"'SENCE °F 'heir passions, have ruined their (je 'j 'ns, or in their way to the consummation of that svrrott? "-e 5ta!e are with any of those previous tio-is of'o tilat l,r',ra>' its approach, as the various affec- irre<m!,r'i norvo"s system, obstinate gleets, excesses, i,„° 1 y' °bstructions, weaknesses, total impotencv, uarrenm ss R/n L U .11 L C- A perseverance in its use has been the io>/ a ■'r»ei"1S re'v'"g many thousands, and of restor [I"i* RLI.A' N"mber T° the permanent enjoyment of life (iiirestivn13 for its efficacy in all disorders of the who frn a"d is especially recommended to those, «tudi'».ia m i!"l°g,i'rities of 'youthful age, habits of •1 ,lean„ or a life of pleasure, have fallen into s'ate of mind, and that distressing train of i»ersUc"»t commo,y denominated the nervous. In such ooreal the are not le-s enfeebled than the cor- witho '» r° 10,11 a re,ncdy that acts with efficacy, d esi r lb e'' 1" S with domestic habits, is peculiarly Sold jj, Botths, price 11 <s each, or the qtiantityof four m: ainily H >«(le for33j (jncludinit ^)es^rs Perry ami wh't" We Tltl'ATlSK ou Secret Vice, &c..) bv ic.i one lis' bottle is saved. (Observe the signatun I and L. I KLTITY aud Co on the outside of each WR<I|iper.) The Five Pound Cascs (,he purchasing of which wil be savi.ig of One Pound Twelve Sliiilin-'S,) maybe hat: ,s usuali at 4, Great Chiles Street. Birmingham, and 44. Ubion Mreet, Leeds; and Patients in the Country wh(l ,-eq.nre a course of this admirable medicine, should sen.; tive Pounds by letter which wi;¡ entitle THCSA to the full benefit of such advantage, TATT VALE RAILWAY. QUARTER SHARES. CALL OF TWO POUNDS TEN SHILLINGS PER SHARE. THE DIRECTORS of the TAFF VALE RAIL- WAY COMPANY acting umler the provisions of the Acts of Parliament, hereby give Notice that the Proprietors of Quarter Shares arc requested to pnyCO/l or before the 28th of OCTOBER, 1841, to any o(it11e undermentioned Bankers, the Sent of Two Bounds Ten Shillings on each of tliciyfefpmttve shares Messrs-2 GLYN, HALLIFAX, MMLS, & o.London. WEST OF ENGLAND & SOUTH WatBs> „ DISTRICT BANK, Bristol. DITTO DITTO Cardiff. DITTO DITTO ..Merthyr. Metsrs. WJLKINS & Co., Merthyr. By Order of the Board of Directors, JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. Railway Office, Cardiff Sept. 28th, 1841. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. THE DIRECTORS are now ready to Receive J. 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 Cunpcnye Seal, hearing interest at the rate of 6 per Cent per Annum, payable Half-yearly, entitling the Holder to receive Mortgage Debentures of the Company, deliverable in the Month of FEBRUAKY, 1843 or IS44. TENDERS inav be addressed to the undeisigned, at theCQMPANV s-OFFICE, Cardiff; or to Messrs. GLYN, HalIfax; MILLS AND CO., Bankers, London; Mr. Wll. MALLARD, 27, Small Street. Bristol. JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. TaffVale Railway Office, Cardiff, Sept. 10, 1841. TAFF VALE UAILVVAY. ALTERATION, OF TRAINS. 0N npfniro MONDAY, the 25th day of AISNV W VHE TI,NE OF DEPARTURE ana ARRIVAL ot the TRAINS will be as follows until further Notice:- UP FROM CARDIFF. H* H. M. fixed Train at 8 a.m., arrives at Merthyr 9 45 a.m. Ditto ditto I p.m 2 45 p.m. Pdssgr.Irain.. 4 — 5 25 — DOWN FROM MERTHYR. H. M. H. M. MixedTrain at 8 35 a.m. arrives at Cardiff 10 I o a.m. Ditto ditto. 1 35p.m. 3 10p.m. Passgr.Train.. 4 20 545 On SUNDAYS the Trains will Start from Cardiff at Nine o'clock in the Moruiug and Four in the After- noon, and from Merthyr at Twenty Minutes after TVtne o'clock in the Morning, and Twenty Minutes after Four in the Afternoon. GOODS, CATTLE, SHEEP, &c. May be sent from the several Stations by the Mixed Trains, provided they are delivered an hour previous to the departure of the Trains. AZonmoutbshire Canal Navigation. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE HALF YEARLY GENERAL MKETING or Assembly of the Proprietors of this NAVIGATION will be held at the CANAL HOUSIO, in NEWPORT, on WEDNESDAY, the 3rd day of NOVEMBER next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. THOS. COOKF,, Clerk to the said Company. Newport, October 20, 1841. OPAIBA.-Upot) reviewing the catalogue of evils produced by Copaiba, it may be fairly asked is there any one possessed of common prudence who would employ it? Can any unprejudiced and conscien- tious person advise its use? Are we to do harm that good may come ?" Any more in physic than morality, when too the former is certain, and the latter more than doubtful-fof we must not forget that Copaiba is as uncertain as it is injurious—at one tll., appearing to suddenly check and overcome the disease, and at another entirely failing in producing either. If is "Iso deceptive as regards the permanency of the desired effect The patient frequently rei iicing in his supposed recovery, and in a few days, or even hours, is sadly disappointed by the return of his coniplaillt with renewed or increased virulence-the symptoms beine much aggravated by the consequent loss of time and the unequal action of the med tine. It is now clearly the duty of the medical profession to avoid and reprobate the use of a drng wi.ich has so little to justify its administration, and so much to condemn it If such baneful effects as desciioed are to he attributed to the pure Balsam of C-paiha, it can he readily imagined how much they are aggravated by the adul- terations daily practised, being mixed with inore or lrss of turpentine, mastiche. rejected castor and rape oils, &c. &c. It is to the uninitiated perfectly astonishing to what an extent this disgraceful practice is carried, more especially since the nostrums firmed from it have so much increased. It is frequently to be purchased in Ihis s'are at retail druggists f,»r less than the cost price of the genuine articlc,-a strong pruof that such In:1;1 he factitious;—indeed it is a fact that this natural pro- duction of South America is actually rn :de in En<rI.inti. Not many years sinCfJ the Sun Fi e Office ret used to indemnify a party for loss by fire, on the ground that the premises had been used for hazardous purposes, not expressed in the policy, namely, that of making Copniba. Such being t-.c fact of the drug itself, the argument will, of cou>se, apply with more or less force to ail prepara- tions of or from it, for so powerful are its injurious properti. s, and s:) closely are they connected with those (if any) of a beneficial tendency, that to abate the one is to annihilate the oth"r. As existing in nature, they are allied and by such nicety of chemical union, that to separate them is (by destroying the original principle of combination) to produce a most unhappy result, namely, an inert substance, and one still more acrid than the drug in its natural state one of these is pro- duced when deprived, or partially so, of its nauseous flavotir; to deprive it of which is to separate the active principle, and thus destroy all chance of success from its use Now, how is this known result attempted to be avoided f By incurring a still greater evil-that of com- I timing with it equally injurious, though more palatable, ,tr,i,s. Spausah flies, potash, stimulating gums,&c., by which the original disease is greatlv aggravated and prolonged. In conclusioti.-avo-,I, at all times, and under all disguises, this pernicious and ever-adulterated drug; sulfer not any one to persuade to its use ,— withhold from your confidence the professional mn. who persists, contrary to reason and experience, in presciihing it for you-for, be assured, sooner or later, more or less, you will suffer from its baneful influence- The Balsamic Pills, prepared by Mr. Wray, 314, Strand, and Holborn Hill, are free from any of the above objections; they act specifically on the urinary passages, and from their tonic properties, tend to strengthen- the systein and improve the general health. They req uiie neither confinement nor atterat:on of diet (except ab stinence from stimulants, where considerable inflam- mation exists), and, as experience has amply proved they will effect a cure sooner than copaiba (the dan- gerous results of which, in the inflammatory stages, are too well known to need further comment), or any other medicine in present use, and mAy be justly considered the only safe and efficacious remedy in all stages of those lisordeis. In addition to these advantages, the very c mveiuent form in which this invaluable preparation is 'ffered to the public must also be considered a desi- deratum. Prepared only by M. O. Wray, and sold wholesale md retail, at 118, Holborn Hill; and 314, Strand, OIK loor from Catherine Street; and for the accommodation If Shippers and Seafaring people, at No. 8. Darkhouse (Jane, Lower Thames Street. May also be had of all respectable medicine venders in town and country, at 2S. yd., ii, 6ilv Ratj lis, cach box. TOWN OF CARDIFF. BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. to bt OnJ, A FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE,! 6,- Sit fiat e in Quay Street, CONTAINING 2 excellent Parlours, 2 Kitcheng, 6 ijé<1 Rooms, a Cellar, with a small Yard attached. and a good supply of hard and soft Water. The above Premises have lately bftn put in repair, andtrc well adapted for a Genteel Residence, or may he converted into a Shop, its situation being central between the Markets. For further particulars apply to Mrs. Yorath, No. 13, Quay Street, Cardiff,—if by je|ter, post-paid. ''3IT M GLAMORGANSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK. Powerful Team of Full Tailed Cart and Waygon Horses, Herd of True Bred Hereford Cattle, Prime Flock of 475 Sheep of the Radnor and Cheviot Breeds, Hay and Corn in the Straw, Implements of Husbandry, Feather Beds, and other Effects. Mr. J. POWELL Has been honoured with instructions from the Proprietor CRAWSHAY BAILEY, Esq.,to Otrer for gille 1111 xlurtion, ON THE PROMISES, AT ABERAMAN, On THURSDAY, the 4th NOVEMBER, 1841. ALL THE FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, AND OTHER EFFECTS: COMPRISING 22 Three-year-old Oxen, of the pure Hcrefordshiro Breed, 6 Three-year-old Spayed Heifers (half bred), I Hereford Cow. 6 Cart Horses an,1 Mares, I Saddle Mare, I Cart Cult, 121 Wethers, 254 Ewes, 91 Lamhs, and 9 Rams. Large quantities of WHEAT. OATS. 'and BARLEY in the Barns and in Kicks, and about 70 Tons of H AY. The IMPLEMENTS consist of 3 Waggons, 3 Carts. large Iron Roller, 2 Iron Ploughs, Drays aud Harrows, Iron Kick Staddle, Turnip Drill and Roller, Winnowing Machine, Double Mould Plough, Wheelbarrows, 2 Bushel Measures, Pikes and Rakes, Spades, Shovels, and other articles too numerous to mention. Also, some excellent Feather Beds. The Sale to commence at Eleven o'Clock to the minute with the Hheep, which will be put up Ten in a Lot to suit Purchasers. THE STRAW TO BE CONSUMED ON THE PREMISES. To Purchasers above £10 Six Months' Credit will oe given on approved Security. MERTHYR TYDVIL. AND ENTERED (lPON IMMEDIATELY AN excellent HOUSH and SHOP, situate in VICTORIA STREET, Merthyr, and fronting the NEW MARKET PLACE. Rent 1:32. per Annum. The Premises are now occupied by Mr WILLIAM DANIELS, Hat Manufacturer, to whom all applica- tions are requested to be made; if by letter, post- paid. WILLIAM DANIELS, HAT-MANUFACTURER, Trikes this opportunity of returning his best thanks to his Friends aud the Public for past favours, and begs to inform them he is removing to premises opposite the BRECON OLD BANK, where lie hopes, by selling articles of superior manufacture, and at the lowest possible charges, to merit a continuance of their patronage. A variety of Hats, Caps. &c., of the newest fashion always oil baud, or made to order. (One Concern.) GLAMORGANSHIRE General Agricultural Society. THE next ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of this SOCIETY. WILL BE HELD at the BEAll INN, COWBRIDGE, 011 TUESDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, 1841, for the purpose of Award- ing the Premiums for Crops and Labourers, and for 6xi ng the Premiums for the ensuing year. The case of each Claimant for the Labourers' Premiums must he certified to the Secretary, on or before 1st November next. It is expected that they will attend personally at the Annual Meeting. EDWARD BRADLEY, Secretary and Treasurer. BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS. To Mr Pi out, 229, Strand, London. Dariford, Jan. 2. ]51-1. 8IR,-1 have much S plvaitire in S!atiilg to you that Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills have bccn of the great. %j^L. est service to me. Be- twren nine and ten th beC £ )'"j disease Sciatica; tl¡e..gonising pain which I suffered in my leg* and thighs for so long a period baffles any descripiion which I can possibly give of my then miserable state. I could seldom obtain either rest or sleep. I had the best medical advice, including that of two physicians in London, without obtaining any essential relief. I went to Margate, and had the best medical advice, trying the warm bath there and at other places, without obtaining any bent fit. A short ti ne ago I was recommended to try Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills; and was thereby induced to purchase a box of this valuable medicine of Alcssrs Hammond and Crt, Chemists, of this town, and before I had taken the quantity therein contained, I was entirely free from pain, and speedily recovered my health by taking a few more Piils, and happily there has been no return of this distressing malady. You are at liberty to publish my caae. in the hope thereby that this excellent medicine may be the means of relieving others. I am, Sir, yoar's rrspectu lv, J. B. MISKIN, Brewer and Maltster, Hartford, I(pnt. I'S.-If T could possibly speak in stronger terms of your invaluable medicine, 1 should be most happy for it is impossible for language to describe the relief I have experienced. The never failing effects of B LAIC'S GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS in curing every description of Gout and Rheumatism. have s. cured to them a celebrity unequalled by any medicine of past or present time. They not only give relief in a few hours, where the patient has been driven nearly to madness by the excruciating tortures of this disease, but restore to per- fect health in an inconceivably short space of time. They are equally speedy and certain in rheumatism, either chronic or acute, lumbago, sciatica, pains in the head or face, and indeed for every rheumatic or goutv affection; in fact, such has bt,eii the rapidity, perfect ease, and complete safety of this medicine, that it has astonished all who have taken it, and there is not a city, lown, or village in the kingdom, but contains man. grateful evidences of tne benign influence of this medI- cine. Sold by Thomas Prout. 229, Strand, London and b) his appointment, by Mr T. Stephens, Druggist, Merihyi Tydvil; Mr Phillips, Cardiff; Mr Farror.Moumouth Mr Williams, Brecon; Mr Williams, Newport and all respectable Medicine Venders throughout the Uniteo Kingdom. Price 2s 9J per box. Askfor BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS .tnd observe the name and address of Thomas Prou 229, Strand, London," impressed upon the Governmen, Stamp affixed to each bo of the Geftuia^Medicine. r NOTICE. FARMERS' INSURANCE INSTITUTION. OFFICES. 346, STRAND. 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RIGHTS OF THE TRUSTEES OF DISSENTING CHAPELS TO VOTE FOR COUNTY M< MBeits.—An important case was decided at Birmingham on Wed- nesday >e iiuight, in the revising barrister's court lot North Warwickshire. Hitherto, ever since the pass- ing of the Reform Bill, the barristers in that county have invariably allowed Dissenting trustees the right of voting at county elections but Messrs. Wilmore and Barnaby have reversed this decision, and the con- sequence is, that a great number of voters have been struck off in the Whis-Uadicul iutoiost. At the struck off in the Whis-Uadicul iutoiost. At the recent revision of the county lists in Gloucester, the revising barristers rejected thn claims, or struck off the names of the Roman Catholic Priest, the Unitarian Minister, and the Baptist Minister, in that city and also struck off the names of six trustees of the Wes- leyan Cliapel-a decision which corresponds with that given at Birmiugham. A violent murder, with circumstances of great cruelty and cold-blooded atrocity, Ins been discovered at New York to have been 'committed upon a Mr. Adams, a printer, who had gone to demand payment of a just debt from a man of the name of Colt, who was about to abscond. Whilst in Colt's office he was assailed by that individual, and murdered, it is sup- posed, with a hatchet. Colt afterwards stripped the body naked, packed it in a box, and shipped it to a fictitious address at Louis, in the far Western States, but it was discovered before the vessel sailed from New York. lie was committed for trial. TRADE OF GLOUCESTER —We are happy to observe that a general feelina of confidence in business has again sprung up in this city, and the trade is ad- mitted Oil all hands to be in a considerable improved state. We trust that this is only the commencement of a much better state of things than has existed here for some months past. The improvement to which we refer applies more particularly to tradesmen and shopkeepers in the commercial business of the port we cannot, we are sorry to say, as yet record any material i(nprovein(,.iit.-GIou-^estcr Jou)-nal. POST OFFICL, THEFTS.—A judicial investigation has for some time been making into an illegal series of thefts of money froin lettrrs passing through our post office, mentioned by us about a week ago; and, we understand, the result has been of a very startling description. About 100 letters, it is ascertained, have been opened, and money abstracted to a very large amount, in various sums from 1Z. and upwards 701. have been taken from one letter, and altogether there have been appropriated by some person or persons about 3001. It appears that, after the money was abstracted, the letters were, in many instances, permitted to pass on to the parties to whom they were addressed. So far as has been ascertained, the thefts cannot, we believe, bo traced to any particular person,—Glassy/ Journal
GLAMORGANSHIRE. AT the QUARTER SESSIONS held at SWAN- SEA, on the 19th OCTOBER, 1S41, the following orders for payment were made:— £ s. d. £ s. d. For County Goal at Cardiff— The Committee on account of next Quarter. 15Q 0 0 For Salaries ..Jt 14-2 8 0 — 292 8 0 For the House of Correctiox The Committee on account next Quarter 60 0 0 For Salaries 73 8 0 The Governor in-full of his BiUT 139 13 71 for Conveying Convict.. 83 16 6 ,ni > 306 1« H The Clerk of Peace 36 5 0 Coroners— Wm. Davies, Esq., his Bills 155 8 2 Chas. Collins, Esq., ifttfw 15 4 Wm. Morgan, Esq., ditto ".t", 2 7 s „ „ 195 II 2 County Bridges— Morgan Thomas, Hepairs of LandatT Bridge. 28 0 4 Morgan Morgan, ditto, Moun- tain Ash Bridge 5 0 0 33 0 4 ,Ntr. Daiton, on accoi,nt'of his Bills 53 7 6 Jam's Reynolds, his Quarter's Annuity.. 5 0 0 Thomas Phillips, Quarter's Maintenance Of Mary Lewis, a Lunatic Convict 5 4 0 William Bird, for Printing, &c 20 1 6 Overseers of Cardiff, for Removal of Irish Poor 10 0 0 Editor of Cambrian for advertising. 9 3 9 Wm. Millward, conveying Pisoners to Gaol 4 8 6 ZE971 7 IOJ County Rate Id. The following sums were ialsolordered, under 2 and 3 Vict. c. 93 :— To the Chief Constable, his Salary'to 19th Oct. 18101 55 2 0 For Stationary. 55 0 0 For Clothing and necessaries 10 2 0 £ 150 4 0 A Police Rate of £ 1200 was ordered. WOOD, Clerk. of Peace. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Census. Voters. 1831 1841 1840 1841 Caerphilly Hundred.729577 44317 1059 1219 Cardiff Town 6187 10079 110.. 114- Cowbridge Hundred.. 5912 5991.. 316.. 310 Dynaspowis. 5f.21 5703 305 311 Kibbor 2609 3972 211.. 2141 Llangefelach 12787 16264 538 560 Miskin 10855 16475 448.. 343 ^eath 13090 18740 478 499 Newcastte. 11130 15596 636 732 Ogmore. 3982 3952 229 229 Swansea 24403 29306 1054 1073 Militia in Training.. 429 Total. 126612 ..170402 5334 5604 Increase of Population 43790 Increase of Voters. 220 In consequence of numerous applications, one of the Messrs. JORDANS, SURGEONS, of London and Bristol, may be consulted from MONDAY, the 18th of October, at Mr. LE.WlS JAMES'S, opposite the Busli ItMt, High-street MERTHYR TYDVIL, for for one week only and persons requiring assistance, must make immediate application, as his numerous engagements precludes the possibility of a longer stay, Attendance from Nine in the morning to Nine at Night. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SICK AND INF/RM. The following is submitted to their consideration, touching on the benefits arising from the use of that in- estimable Medicine, THE CELEBRATED CORDIAL BALM OF RAKASIRI, OR NATURE'S INFALLIBLE RESTORATIVE. Piepared only by the Inventors and Sole Proprietors' Messrs JORDAN and Co., SURGEONS, 3, COLLEGE GRhEN. (three doors from St. Augus- tine's Church), BRISTOL and 20, Southampton St. Bloomsbury Square, London. MESSRS. JORDAN takes this opportunity of informing those who labour under Debility, Indigestion, Depression of Spirits, Trembling or Shaking of the Hands and Limbs, loss of Apetite, obstinate Coughs, Shortness of Bicati), Head-ache, Gout, Rheu matism, Asthma, Consumption, Seminal Weakness, &c.- Gleets, Syphillis, &c., &c that they. after many years of professional experience, and wo-t indefatigable assiduity, insured their success by a discovery the most important and beneficial to the human race ever vet introduced to the public, and thousands have testified with heartfelt and grateful satisfaction the instantaneous and surprising cures performed by the celebiated Cordial Balm of Rakasiri, Or Nature's Infallible Restorative. Its primary object is to relieve those persons who, by an immoderate indulgence of their passions, have ruined theit constitutions, and brought on various affections < f the Nervous Svstem, Obstinate Gleets, involuntary emissions, excesses, irregularity, obstructions of certain evacuations, sickness, total impot. ncy, barrenness, &c., &c., observations on Neivous and Sexual Debility, irnpo- tel!Yl &c., &c., pirticillai,ly addressed to the Nervous, Consumptive, and those whose constitutions have become impaired by early imprudence. in coriitiienciii., tills highly important subj ct, we cannot imriress too strongly on our readers the divine ordinance, Increase and Multiply," for by constantiy bearing in mind the object we were sent into this world for, it will at onee be spton how sinful must be the practices of him or her; who by fatally anticipating the purposes of nature, are incapable of procreation, and entail everlast- ing misery, shame, and ignominy oil themselves, here aud hereafter. Let those who are afflict< d in the follow, in: manner rtfleet upon the cause that poduces such direful havoc on the wholesome appetites of life: Oisordered Stomach, Dry Cough. Weakness in the Voice, Hoarsen", s, Shortness of Breath upon the least exercise, and rclaX:lt!,111 of the whole system; those also afflicted with Weakness of Sight or Memory, Palemss Languor of the Eycs, should take time to consider that youth is the important period for rorlll lug a n>h>u>t „ stitution. ar;d nothing is so much to be dreaded as premature decay. What a gloomy object of contemplation to the suscep- tible mind is a youth, in full vigour of life, and appa- rently in perfect possession of his faculties, enduring all the complicated and dreadful consequences of this wretched infattiation! A mass of fatuity exciting the compassion of those who are unacquainted with the cause of his decay, by attracting only the contempt of those who, either from information or suspicion, impute the malady to its real source. To himself on the other hand, his situation is still more drpadful than to others: deprived of all internal powers of consolation the anchor of his hopes lost, the prospect of existence clouded a blank-a mere blot in the creation. There is no situation in life so full of embarrassment, as when we are obliged to reveal our moral indiscretions to others, and timidity and anxiety which so fiequently haunt the minds of those who are suffering from nervous and constitutional debility, arising from early and indis- criminate excesses, cannot be too earnestly deplored, for in those unhappy cases where melancholy distaste and incapacity for all pleasures, intense debility both mental and physical, and all the enervating imbecilities of old age, are its general attendants, the utmost endravours should be resorted to on the part of the sufferer to over- come this baneful destroyer of his health and happiness, in order to avoid the blank despair and certain misery which invariably accompany these dreadful debilities, when left to tho power of nature alone to restore, and which frequently huriies its victim to the grave, in the flower of youth. To a:l who are thus atUicted, Messrs. JO I)AN & Co., as regularly educated members of the medical profession, can with ti:e utmost confidence offer hope, energy, viqotir. ind perfect health, and from the peculiar nature of their practice, the most timid may feel encouragement in the opportunity thus afforded them. Then let it be conjured, that the victims of such (ieatily sclf-internperauee will no lrnger continue to dwell illth. purgatory of sllch sin, but by self-caatigation, throw oft the bitter iniaiu uion, and by a perseveiing endeavotit- regain the blessings of mankind- Let reason thei. resume her scat, and become a convert to chatty ant honour, for the debility of na'ure can be cO:J,¡,L'11'1y re- instated by the COKDIA L BALM OF RAK/isilil, f, its re-animating poweis almost excecd credibility, i s fine rich stimulating balsamic stomachic qualities, its purificalioa oS the blood t and above all, its compete invigoration of the nervous si stem, whereby the whole facuhies become restored to th"ir proper power and functions, and the fallen fabric of life is raised up to beauty, consistency, apd duratioz). upon the ruin of an emaciated and premüre decay, to sound and pristine health; this medicine is particularly leeommended to those whose constitutions have been impaired by such early imprudences, and has a surprising power in con- trolling disordered sensibility, aud inspiring new vigour 'nt» the languid po4er of life. Sold in Bottles, at lis. and 33s. each, "duty included. Prepared only by esirs. JORDAN and Co., Surgeons, 3, College Green, (Three doors from St. Augustine's Church,) Bristol, and 20, Southampton Street, Bloomsbury Square, London. The following letter has just been received, and by request of the writer is now published. but it must b observed, no case is published except by express de- sire of the party.' To Messrs. Jordan and Co. Dear Sirs,-It has been my intention for a length of time, to address you ou a subject closely connected with your ceiebritv, but I must confess that a feeling of delicacy has hitherto witbeld me; for we are all unwiiliojr to expose our own errors. My cure. however, has been so singularly complete, that it would bean act. of .gross iujus ice to 3our character and skill, were I longer to withhold a case, as remarkable, perhaps, any on record. Born in a polished circle of society, I wai early sent to- a most respectable publicscminary, wherefor some years, all went oa will happiness and prosperity Unfortunately,, -however, a habit was set abroad amongst us, the pleasing allurements of which, I was, with many others, unable to resist—V cars rolled away ana left me an altered man —infirmities gathered around me, and at the a*e of 20 years, I was actually dying of dtcay-a gradual but certain decay. I wondered at the cause of all this pre- mature debility, nor did the truth ever flash across my mind, until an accidental perusal of a newspaper, where I saw an address of yours, which in-de tre fully sensible ot my miserable situation. Do not imagine. Sirs, that I had no advice-1 had the best, but, I confess it, I gave no Iiiiits, aud my meJical adviser never saw the true nature of my malady- Shame held my tongue, and inexperience clouded their faculties. The horrors of my situation increased with evey renewed day—with the cause of misery self entailed gnawing at my heart in my waking momen s; in seeking rest I only sought a change of torments.—the long hours of darkness were awful; those of sleep filled me wih racking horrors indescribablc-I longed for day-with day I was wearied —and I beheld the approach of night with abhorrence, Undei these circumstances of unqualified affliction, I journeyed upwards of seventy miles to have a consultation with you. I need not say how soon YOII were aware of my appalling situation, or the anxiety you manifested in accomplishing my relief-or of the confidence with which you sp ike of recovery. You directed me to that invaluable restorative, the Cordial Balm of Rakasiri; and by perseverance in following your directions, and with the blessing of Providence, a wonderful cure has been effec- ted, and I am now, in every sense of the word, become a new man! 1 transmit this account for your honour, and for the benefit of others, who may unfortunately be placed in a situation of similar wretchedness: you may omit my residence, bat if asked for, you are at liberty to give it. Remaining, Sirs, with every sentiment of regard, Your's truly, THOMAS BISHOP. With each box of Professor HOFFMAN'S BOTAN- ICAL PILLS, price 2s, 9d. and lis. each, warranted not to contain Copabia. Cubebs. or Mercury, will be given gratis, a Treatise on all disorders originating from im- purity of the blood, embracing Scurvy, Scrofula, Leprosy Lues Venerae &c. PROOF OF CURE WITHOUT SALIVATION. To Messrs. JORDAN. To demonstrate the feelings of mind, to evince the heartfelt gratitude I ought to express for my restoration to health and Friends, exceeds my utmost ability. To you, Sirs, my dearest relatives are indebted for my existence, when every hope of recovery was lost, and dire despair sat on the countenance of every person interested in my happiness. Humanity and commisera- tion induce me to request your publication of my situation." Through Sts imprudent connexion formccf when reason had di-serted its reins, I contracted a venereal taint, and in consequence made an application to a surgeon, went under a regular course of mercury, with the an- nexed horrors of fiequent salivations, without eradica- tion. The disorder was further augmented by a cold I caught during my above situation, which deprived me of the use of my limbs. By recommendation of a physician of eminence, I was removed to Cheltenham and liarri)%,gate, o try the virtue of the waters, but without relief. The oisorder bad notwithstanding the strictest caution, arrived to that height as to produce cancerous knobs on several parts of my body, wheu accidentally seeing an advertisement in the London papers, representing the wonderful properties of your astonishing medicines, 1 was induced to try their effects; 1, inconsequence, sent to your establishment in Londor), for some, which I to k as directed, and persevered in it for severai a-eeks, and to the astonishment of all who knew me, was restored to that degree of health as was almost increiliblc. Persons desirous of further informa- lion may he satisfied in every particular, by applying to 9, Great Surrey Stieet, Blackfriars, London. Messrs. JORDAN and Co., Surgeons, may be per- sonally consulted from 9 in the Morning till 9 at Night, and on Sunday from 9 till 2, at their Establishment, 3, CoLege Green, (Three doors from St. Augustine's Church) Bris'ol, and 20, Southampton Street, Blooms- bury Square, London, and country patients requiring their assistance, by making only one personal visit, will receive such advice and medicines, as will enable them to obtain a permanent and effectual cure, when all other ii.eani have failed. Countiy Letters, pre-paid containing a remittance for medicines, will be immediately answered, and sent securely p scked from observation, to any address. In cons.-quencc ot the numerous applications one of he Messrs. JORDAN may be consulted for a few days nly in this Town. Mr. JENKINS, Druggist, Sole Agent for Cardiff
"WHAT CONSERVATISM IS."
"WHAT CONSERVATISM IS." Coin-laws and sugar duties are the only apparent, not the real questions at issue. The real question is, whether Conservatism or Revolution should command the issues of political life, and rain down iuflucnee" oil the state of society. The question has been tried by tho recent elections, and the answer has been given, The spirit of the country is expressly Con- servative. But what is Consf,rv.-itistii ? Mistakes are made on this head which fatally vex every argument on political suhjeots. It is generally supposed that it is some extreme opinion none, however, but careless observers, to say nothing of shallow thinkers, can possibly be misled by this opinion. Conservatism, we repeat, is not, and never was, an extreme opinion. We recollect well the word being first used in the Cluarterly Review, in an nrticle bv our dear frienct and helper, the laureated Southey; and from that, timo dated a change in the aspect and relations of political events. Toryism, no doubt, was an extreme opinion — Whiggigm, no doubt, is aD extreme opinion -and tne latter is still A>rti»>r distant from the point or ToryislH than ever it was. It has been com- piled to make concessions to Radicalism, and even to Chartism, which separate it altogether by an immense distance from everything that holds as a principle the permanence of existing institutions, whatever reforms may be desired in the old, and whatever new establishments may be requisite. Now Conservatism occupies a mid-position between one extreme opinion and the other, and, in fact, has all along endeavouicd to reconcile both conceding to the. one that all abuses should be removed, but maintaining, with tho other, that the institutions, themselves should be held sacred. Take one hi- sLluce-thc great question of education. Whatever Toryism might have done Conservatism concedes the desirability of educating the niasses,-arid that, we belieVH. after a more generous and coriplete fashion tha 11 ever entered into the imagination of a Democrat but it maintains that the clergy of the Established Church have the right to the conduct and surveillance of the education proposed. The Whigs, however, say No," to this. We would," they exclaim," rather hive no education at all, than that the clergy should be entrusted with it. Our object is to supersede them by other instructors: and therefore the task of educating the people must be taken out of their hands and placed in others." Now, of course, this is a monstrous proposition, so long as an Established Church exists, and will never be granted by its clergy willingly, however they may be forced into com- pliance. From the moment of their being so forced. the death-knell of the establishment is sounded, and nothing will be left but decent v to bury it. So long, however, as the clergy of the Church of England maintain a superiority of intelligence, learning, and piety, such all event is impossible. A faction may bet, them but the heart of the peopte" will be with them. The only thing in which they are low deficient is in the important article of philosophy is distinguished from and superior to science; of this they may have little we wish they had more; btW. the leaders of dissent have none at ftll.—MontUj Magcuine, r