EXTRAORDINARY FORGERIES. (From the American journals received by the Acadia,) Colonel Monroe Edwards has distinguished himself in a manner to render him an object of interest on both sides of the Atlantic. Therefore, we have thrown to- gether the following facts in relation to his past life, deeds, and misdoings --Monroe Edwards is a man about 32 years of age about five feet seven inches and a half in height, rather well made, but not very stout built, a sharp, keen restless, voluptuous eye, rather a low forehead, and is something of a coxcomb in his dress. He was born in Sbelbyvilla, Kentucky, where his father resided till recently. His father's name, we believe, was Amos Russell Edwards. The old gent'e- man removed some two or three years since to Texas, where lie died soon after. Of the early life of yoong Monroe Edwards wehnvebeen ableto learn but very little, except the rumour of a forgery of his father's name for a tt,,e. scjuction of, ,t young lady who was at a boarding school it1 Korituckjfy and who has stiil a living victim jf her shmne tonoftc and take care of. Ti. « e are other rumours of forgeries of his in earlier life, but they want authentication. It was after all the hard fighting in Texas was over, and after it was well ascertained that there was no longer any danger to any one who visited that country, that Monroe Edwards condescended to honour it with his presence. Of course he located himself near the seat of Government, and, with funds furnished him by his father, continued to. make quite n passable appearance in tolerably good society there for a time. After the death of his father he evinced signs of wildness and dissipation, which he had before contrived to keep hidden from sight. One of these was an attempt to seduce a young lady in Houston, which nearly cost him bis life. Failing in this lie took up with a misera- ble negro wench, and at last, by some means, bought a black girl, 14 or 15 years of age, debauched her* taught her the English language, and christened her Kitty Clover. After this, finding himseU getting low in funds, he forged the title-deeds to a valuable estate in Texas, and forged a conveyance of the sante tosom person for about ten thousand dollars. In tbis ma- noeuvre he was detected, and for this be was beld to bail, and whilst under bail, as we are inforawd, madet his escape from Texas, carrying the black girl, Kitty- Clover, along with him, dressed in boy's efotbes. 01) his return from Texas he stayed sonn> fcitnc in New Orleans, where he was suspected also of a small for- gery 011 one of the banks, and more than suspected of a liaison with his landlord's wife.. For these little foibles he felt himself under the disagreeable necessity of removing his quarters, and soon made the best of his way up the river to Cincinnati. Here an entirely new idea seemed to strike him. He resolved to wor't on the feelings of the abolitionists, and feeling desilolas. of travelling to Europe he determined to do so, if pos-. sible, at their expence. For this purpose, he manu- mitted the black girl, Kitty Clover. He also caused a statement to be published in some of the western. papers, that Colonel Monroe Edwards had manumitted 200 of his slaves in Kentucky, and this act of apparent liberality was trumpeted forth in all the papers on th' northern seaboard, and made the subject of laudator comment at all the abolition lectures in this and otht,, cities and towns, and Colonel Edwardtf himself held up as a burning and shining light among the woolly^ heads, and a noble, example for all others to follow His bait having taken remarkably well, the C, then came on to this place, put up at the uliel and lived in fine style with his bifto* vlty Hotel, by, was tbe girl Kitty Clov by-the- after he came here r' Soon Tappan as th.. "e introduced himself to Lewis 200 Colonel Kdwards who had liber ited s in the west; and he also introduced Kilty lover -to Lewis as his black Tom, who had a twin sister in New Orleans, so like him that when the two were together nobody could tell which from which. Lewis was highly delighted at the interview, took Edwards and the wench round all the abolition circles of the city, and introduced them to a great nniribcr of riecent white ladies and sympathizing gen- tlemen. All this was very well while it lasted, and went no further. But by and by the Colonel (though where and how he obtained the title of Colonel nobody knows) talked of an act of great injustice committed by the Texlan Government as lie said, in keeping some slaves brought direct from Africa, in violation of the laws of nations in relation thereto. He said he was going to England to prevail on the British Viftrn- ment to make a demand of those slaves, and so forth. He also hinted at being employed as a delelPate from the Abolition Society of this city to that of London to see into the case. Finding that his hints were not sufficiently plain or readily acted upon, he came out bo'^ly, and asked for the loan of a sum of money from the society of five thousand dollars, for the purpose of proceeding to England to settle the business. The reason he adduced for wanting so large a sum was the necessity of keeping a carriage and making a first-rate appearance. This modest request startled Lewis Tap- pan, who then wrote to Cincinnati, and found out that no 200 slaves had been liberated by the Colonel. He wrote to Edwards, who replied back angrily two or three sharps notes passed the;Colonel demanded all his letters back but Lewis, who keeps an office for lookmgaltcreverybody's businessbuthisown, thought they might come into use some day, and kept them. The Colonel then raised the wind somehow, and went to England in one of the Boston steamers, taking Kit- ty Clover along with him. In London be forged let- ters to Lord Brougham, Dan O'Connell, Earl Spencer, and others, in the name of Daniel Webster, &c, He also forged the names of Mr. Van Buren and Mr. Forsyth two letters of introduction. From Broughmn he got nothing from Dan-the cunning Dan—he got lOt. or 201., on the streugth of his affection for the negroes, one of whom was then with child by him. From Earl Spencer he got 250/. After he arrived here it appears be went sor.th to Philadelphia. The girl, Kitty Clover, lay at our Almtionse, and then followed him to Philadelphia with his and her child.He is suspected ofcoinrrtit- ting other forgeries before those in August, on Brown, Brothers, and Co., and Flet-cher, aiid Alex- ander, and Co.; but these are aU that can be posi- tively traced to him at present. The particulars of the two forgeries, and the method by which he was arrested, we have already stated in detail. But there i* one very singular fact which has not been stated. The letter which was sent to him describ- ing the funds forwarded for Fletcher and Co., was dated August 28th, and addressed to Alexandria, D.C. He got this money August 30th; and on the 8th of September he or some one bought a bill of exchauge on London for Colonel Monroe Edwards, from the house of Prime, Ward, and King, here, on Baring and Co., London, for X255, the exact sum he borrowed of Earl Spencer. The bill of exchange was found in his trunk. This would appear as if the frtow really had some spark of sensibility left in his heart; and his apparent desire to provide for the miserable wretch be had seduced, and his mulatto child, caused him to remain in Philadel- phia over Friday and Saturday. He intended to go west and south on Saturday, lie was arrested or Saturday. Had he gone he uever would bav e; been arrested,
THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE, HENRY JEFFERY, Commander, ARE INTENDED TO SAIL During the NEXT WEEK, an follows— (From the Bute Ship Dock.) KHOM CARDIFF Nov. B..Monday Nautilus III morning 9..Tuesday Lady Charlotte 12 noon HI.. Wednesday. Nautilul.II afternoon I I..Thtirsday .Lady Charlotte 21 afternoon 12.«Kriday .Nautiltu. < afternoon It..SatiMday .Iady Charlotte 0 morning KltOM BRISTOL. Nov. 8..Meiwiaje fiady ChvU& £ J2} *fterno«e 9..Tuesday I2i afternoon 10.. Wednesday .Lsrty Charlotte 20 afternoon 11..Thursday Nautilus. 8 morning 12.. Friday Lady Charlotte 81 morning 13.. Saturday Nautilus. 6 morning Carriage sand Horses must be along-side an hour and a half previous to the time of Sailing, otherwise they. cannot be Shipped, in consequence of Locking through the New Docks. jW Coach to Bridgend through Cowbridge, im- mediately on arrival of the Packets Leaving Bridgend 3l hours previous to the Packets departure from Cardiff. FAREq:-After Cabin. Iss.-Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, tlalf-price.-I)ogs,ls each. A Female Steward attends on Board both Packets. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four-Wheel Carriage, 21s.; Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s 6d.; (iofses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin 9s.; For^/Cabin. 7s. 6J.; Cattle, 6s. Sheep, Is. 6d These Fares include every expense. Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the NAUTILUS to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Robert Chaplin. Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the LADY CHARLOTTE, to Clare Street Wall, Marsh Street. Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets, at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbrid.ge. Aberdare, Cowbridge, Bridgend, Liaiterinent.and Ctterphilkil.-Goo(is forwarded to these Plaees in Spring Waggon" and Lock-up Canal Boats im- mediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods. Package*, Parcels, lIcc, forwarded toallparig e(thekingdorn witlioti-(ielay. when sent to eilher or the r Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information a-t to Freight, &c. will he rradily 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. 14, Quay Street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS I'ac. Itet; and ofMr Uonovan. at the Packet Office, on the Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr W. B. Oweu, 29, Avon Cres- cent, Hotwell" Britltot, for the LADY CU,\lILOTT R Packet. 11, NOTICE.—Thc-'Proprietors of the above Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerabi e for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, Leakage or otherwise) unless Hooked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in pro- portion paid for the same, at the time of Booking.— | Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before Six o'clock in the evening of the day of landing, will be warehoused at the risk and expense of the consignees All goods to he considered as Hens, not-only for freilgl, and charges due thereon. but also for all previously un- 11, n e ei 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 beallowed, titiles a written notice of the same be sent to. the Office on the day of delivery. PAertfilir ibbil Ciintpitfe &vujst« NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thattbe TOLLS arising and payable at the several TuLL- GATES within this TRUST mUll te Set bg Auction. (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 12 o'clock at Noon and Four in the Afternoon of that uc day, to the best Bidder, on his producing sufficient sureties for payment ol 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 o Jnne next. which Tolls produced the last year ot Letting, the sum of £ 1600, 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 it502 9s Id. above the expeoces of collecting' the same, and such Tolls will be put up either in one lot or in severa! 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 such sum as the Trustees shall at such meeting think fit. WM DAVIES, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Trust. Merthyr Tidvil, October 4th, 1841. jOkertljijv SiUbtl Cuntptftr Crttstf. TO BE LET BY AUCTION, at the CASTLE JNN. MERTHYR TIDVIL, at One o'clock ia A* Afternoon of IO D. Y, the 8th Day of NOVEMBER next, (subject to the written condi- tions to fee then and there produced) for the term of sevenyear.s.a COTTAGE in BRIDGE STREET, .R.THYtl TVIJV IL, lately used as one of the Toll Houses of this Trust Merthyr Tidvil, October 4th. 1841. PATRONIZED BY THE PROFESSION, "dCE'S COUGH LOZENGES, A most certain, safe, and »;reeable remedy for COUGHS. COLDS, ASTHMA, HOOPING •COUGH SPITTING of BLOOD, and afTectiofls of the tChest in general.. These LOZHNGES have now obtained a preference to aH other Cough or Expectorant MedIcines. th-i ,I,Ieas:.nt taste, certain effect, and the absence of those .deprplI)ing principles contained in the Squill and Ipeca cuanha Roots arc strong recommendation to their use. Testimonial from the Rev. G. Heywood, Uideford *• I have received advice from many eminent medical pracuiionera. a* d have taken a variety o patent me- <licines. but have found more relief by taking Ilr Joc, Cough Lozenges than I have from any other medieal prenaSraiion.1' r AGENTS FOR WALKS:- Abergavenny. George; Brecon, /ones; C.rtlilT, Co\p man; Cardigan. W illiams Chepstow, Davisj Hayer tfordwest, HicVt; Llandovery. Goul-tone; Llandilo WiJIiaiiis MertSiyr Tydvil. Stephens Monmouth, Cos sens- Newport, Williams Pembroke, 1 reeweeks Swansea, Stiirk Trede^ar, DM''s enby, reema Sold wholesale -in London, tfartflay and I. o.; Bristol Cross and Co.; and by the propria >r. l.Joce, Bui to'd PARKER nOTT. of Nottingham, DENTIST, bers leave to inform his Friends, and Hie Public in general* that he has disposed of the riuur • Properly in the 'following well-known and valuable .Articles, to Messrs. BARCLAY and SONS, Street, London, whose Ngipcs will. in futllr. be affixed to each bottle or box of the genuine Preparations. VIZ. BOIT'S TOOTH POWDER, pnce_U. Ijd. and Zs. yu. .KOIT'S T1NCTUHE for Scurvy in the Gums, price Is.-9J. BOTT'S CORN S4LVE, price Is. lid. BOTT'S SAN ATIVE SALVh for the Relief and Cure of Disorders incident to the Breast, part Icularl.v in all kinds of Sores and in attenuating, so tenin, dissipating all Hardness and Knottiness therelll, pnce ISHOTT'SR N* ANKKEN DYE, warranted to stand ^^Orr'^CLOTHVoVVDER, for taking Grease Spots, Paint, Ac. out of Silks, Stuffs, and Woollens, without discharging the Colour, price Is. per bottle. Prepared by BARCLAY and SONS, Farrvujden btreet, iotdim, and Sold by all Venders of Medicine. THE (9< £ !2B2) £ rZI»d» ADVERTISER, AND MERYMYIft SiMESM IS punUSHED Sp THARLY BVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT THE OFFICE, iotieib IOUMMTT9 cahmbhotp. GENERAL PRINTING, U) JJ A BOOKSELLINC ESTABLISHMENT. HEXtTV 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. OR DERs FOR Books. Magazines, and Periodicals, EXECUTED 0\1 THE SHORTEST NOTICE; JPIÆll(G} Of every description in a superior style, THE EXTENSIVE of iHotrew €spe, BEING ADAPTED FOR BOOK, PLAIN, AND- ORNAXILNTAL WORK; HANDBILLS, BILLS OF LADING, SHIPPING NOTES, aurtioitterol (titt;tlogfitco, PUBLIC NOTICES, LAW FORMS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF WORK nmnw<& w>s g&di t om. PRINTED ON Ciie SltorteJSt JJoticr, In the best manner and most reasonable Terms; £CC@U7JB:Júj1I RULED TO PATTERN. AND MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES; (D K B 9 N ID 9 N (D IV ALL ITS BRANCHES, COMBINING ELE. GANCE WITH CHEAPNESS AND DURABILITY. AGENT FOR THE BRITISH FIRE OFFICE. All ORDERS directed to the GUARDIAN OFFICE, DBKK-STRBET, Cardiff, will be promptly attended to, and satisfactorily executed. Birmingham and Gloucester Railway. I^HE PUBLIC is informed, that this Company JL are now prepared to Convey Goods between BRISTOL and BIRMINGHAM, LIVERPOOL, or MANCHESTER, at the following Scale of charges, exclusive of Collection or Delivery in Bristol or Birmingham:- Br! ween Bristol Be-we,tv B,,I.tol ami Birmingham, an" Livn i 001, Ot MlMiiClUl, If the conv-vanct* be- tueen Bristol nnd Gloucester be hy wat«r,— 8. d. a. d. In tbe first Classification, per ton 1'2 0 Second 13 6 Third 17 6 32 6 Fourth 22 6 4 I 0 Fifth 32 6 63 0 It tlie conveyance hi" 1 ween Bnstol Si Glou- cester lie by I,d. lu the Fourth Classification, per ton 35 0 52 6 Fifth 42 6 70 0 Goods from Bristol for Liverpool or Manchester, which are expressly ordered by Land Carriage between Bristol and Gloucester, will be delivered at their destination on the following morning, those by water in ordinary course. The charge for Collection or Delivery of Goods, in Birmingham. will be Two shillings per Ton; in Bristol, Two shillings and six-pence per Ton. Lists of the principal articles in each Classification, and every information may be obtained on applica- tion, either personally or by letter, to Mr. Kidder, Camp Hill Station, Birmingham, or at any of the Company's Offices or Booking Statitins or to H. Soutban and Son, the appointed Agents of the Com- pany, at Bristol, to whom it is respectfully requested that Goods Irom thence, intended to be forwarded by this Railway may be consigned. H.Southan and Son are also the appointed Agents of the Company at Newport, Cardiff, Swansea, &c. By Order, GEORGE KING, Secretary. 12, Waterloo Street, Birmingham, 26th October. 1841. MEDICINE RENDERED PALATABLE! Moxon's Effervescent Magnesiaa Aperient, For Indigestion, Bilious Affections, Pains in the Head, Sick Headache, Casual or Habitual Cos- tiveness. Nausea, Sickness, Heartburn, Piles, Fistula, Derangement of the Stomach and Had caused by excess either of eating or drinking, and especially as a preventive and safe remedy for the Goilt; RECOMMENDED BY J) r. (i n A H A 1\1, Atitliorof 1, D.,mestic Medicine;" Dr. I t- RMilil.L, of Rii-sell-Sqiiare, London; Dr. ILSON. of Londtiu, Author of a work on the application of Vapour, de(iicated to Dr. Macartuey, of Dublin Drs. HARE, ARDEN, REEOK, and by the FACULTY in general. THIS elegant preparation of Magnesia, Ibe result of much study and cxpe<iment. is fast, superseding all other medicines of its class, and is now very generally acknowledged to be the- beft purgative ever introduced as a public medicine. The almost un- precedented sale which it has obtained, has aroused tlie cupirii'v "f many unprincipled pi'rpons, who are always re: dy to take advantage of the popularity of another's invention and this medicine has therefore been extensively imitated, hy Compounds possessing noue of its piopcrties. Purchasers can ouly. rely pon the Government Stamp, which, in the genuine article, has Moxon and Smith, (then co-partnert) ''henaists, Hull, engraved on it. This is tli.s only pertain proof of the genuine preparation. It possesses! all the efficacy of the most approved !rie Saline Purgatives, without the disagreeable taste which renders such medicines so ob.)"Xi iii to the palate and stomach; and is universally allowed, by all who have SVcu ft 3 fitir trial, to be superior to all other medicines as a PAMjTLy PfJRGATIVE, And as an invaluable companion U} the traveller, par- ticularly those visiting tropical countries th.8 sport?naan, the delicate female, the sedentary student, and to all persons subject to irregularities of the bowe's, and the disorders resulting therefrom. A Icaspoonfultaken after any excess, either in eating or drinking, will restore the tone of the and relieve all unpleasant symp- toms. If taken regularjy for sometime previous to the usual time of experiencing a fit I;f Gout, it will generally prevent, and always mitigate the without that injury to the constitution which is conse- quent upon the use of colchicum and other strong sedatives. To those afflicted bv Indigestion. Bilious Disorders, Mck Headache, and an other hffecti.u.s caused by an imperfect performance of the functions of the digestive organs, l affprjdg ij. plcasant and effectual remedy, its operation being once effective and unattended bv griping or other unpleasant symptoms. Testimonials from several medical and other gentlemen are inserted m the bill inclosing each battle. Sold Retail, in Bottles at 2s. 9d and 4s. 6d., and in stoppered Bottles at 6s. and its by all respectable Medicine Venders.-wi,olesale Agents, Barclay and Sons Suttons J,(Iwar(is and all other Medicine Houses, London; J. and R. Raiines, Edinbro and Dublin, Butler, Dublin j Dennis, YQrk; &c, &c. ..1 TAFF VALE RAILWAY. THE DIRECTORS are now ready to. Receive TENDERS for LOANS of MONEY in Sums of not less than TWO HUNDRED POUNDS upon the Security of the Loan Notes, to be issued under the Company's Seal, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per Cent. per Annum, payable Half-yearly, entitling the Holder to receive Mortgage Debenjmss of the Company, deliverable in the Month of F EB RU A RY, 1843 or 1844. TENDERS may be addressed to the undersigned, at the COMPANY'S OFFICE, Cardiff; or to Messrs. (aVM, Halifax; MILLS AND Co., Bankers, London; M'r, WM. MALLARD, 27, Small Street, Bristol. JOSEPH BAGL, Secretary. T'»ff Vale Railway Office, Cardiff, Sept. 10, 1841. GLAMORGANSHIRE General Agricultural Society. THE next ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of this SOCIETY, WILL BE HELD at the BEAR INN, COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, 1841, for the purpose of Award- ing the Premiums for Crops and Labourers, and for fixi ng the Premiums for the ensuing year. The case' of each Claimant for the Labourers Premiums must be 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. BRECONSHIRE. Important and Extensive Sale OF FARMING STOCK, CROPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c. HUGH JONES, Begs to announce that he has been instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, Without the least Reserve, On WEDNESDA Y and TIIURSDA Y, the 10th and Uth days of NOVEMBER, 1841, AT TYMAWR, TWO MILES DISTANT FROM BRECON, THE WHOLE OP THE STOOIS:, CROPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &C. Of the late Charles Claude Clifton, Esq., Deceased, CONSISTING of 87 Head of HEREFORD, c JERSEY and KYLOE Viz:—17 Milch Cows, 13 in Calf Heifers, 3 Fat Cows, 5 four years old Bullocks, 9 three years old ditto, 10 two years old ditto, 6 two years old Heifers, 19 yearling Cattle, 4 Calves, two years old Bull, of the Hereford breed. 1350 SHEEP,' Leicester and Mountain, in suitable Lots, viz :— 736 Wethers (most of them being fit for the Butcher), 355 Ewes, and 239 other Sheep. 10 Young and Powerful Draught Horses, with their Gearing, 2 Colts, 1 Hack Horse, 1 Lady's Pad perfectly steady in Harness, 1 Pony Mare and Colt, and 2 Mountain Ponies. 46 Alentejo, and other Pigs. About 70 Tons of well harvested Hay, which may be removed off the Premises. Several Hundred Bushels of Wheat, in the Straw ditto of Barley ditto of Oats and about 16 Acres of Turnips. A Newly Built 5-Horse Thrashing-machine; Winnowing-machine Haymaking-machine* 6 Waggons; 6 Carts; Market Cart; Seufflers • Ploughs; Harrows, &c., &c. Together with Three Close Carriages: AND A PAIR OF CARRIAGE HORSES, 17j Hands high. The Sale will commence each day precisely at 12 o'clock and Four Months Credit will be given on approved security. FATBONS. HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY. HIS IJATE IMOVr GRACIOUS MAJESTY HIS M4JESTY THE KING OF THE BELGIANS HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF FltANCE. And most of the Royal Family. James Johnson, Physician Extraordinary to his late Majesty. Arthur T. Holroyd, Physician to St. Mary-Ie-bone Dispensary. T. Hodgkin, M.D., Lecturer on Morbid Anatomy, at Guy's Hospital. It. Rowley, M.D., Physician to the Aldersgate-street Dispensary. G. H. Wertherhead, Lecturer on Meteria Medica and Therapeutics. T. Castle, Physician to St. Mary's Hall, and to the Brighton Dispensary. Amos Middleton. Senior Physician to the Leamington Hospital. Charles London, Physician to the Leamington Bath- ing Institution. D. Davies, Surgeon to their late Majesties. Jonathan Pereira, F.L.S., Lecturer on Materia Medica F. Tyrrell, 17, New Bridge-street, Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital. George Pilcher, M.R.C.S. L., Lecturerjon Anatomy, Webb-street. F. Salmon, Consulting Surgeon to St. John's Hospital Jarrett Dashwood, Surgeon to the Royal Humane Institution. C. Millard, Demonstratoeaf Anatoiqy at the School of Webb-street. J. Harrison Curtis, Allriat to his late Majesty. THE above, and Two Hundred and Eight other Medical Gentlemen, have given the most (3a tterine certificates of the great value and superiority of WOODIIOVSETS 43THBRB4L ESSENCE OF JAMAICA ax NGV, Which is par teniarl«recommended to all Cold, Phlegi matic, and Nervour Constitutions. It is certain in affording instant relief in Cholera Morbus, Spasms, Cramps, Flatulence, Hysterics, Heartburn, Hiccup, Loss of Appetite, Sensation of Fulness, Pain and- Oppression after Meais; ajso fho$e pains of thp Stomach ^nf) Bowels, which arise from Gouty Flatijlepces frigestjpn, however much impaired, is restored to its pristine gtaie, by the use of this Essence for a short time. In Bottles. 2s. 6d.; 4s. 6d.; glass-stopped, 10s. 6d.; and 21s. each. t Balsam of Spermaceti, Cosghs, Asthmas, Shortness of Breath. W^azing* Colds, Soreness. Tightness and Oppression of the Chest' and most affections of the Chest and Lupgs relieved in ten minutes, by taking one dose of WOODHOUSE'S BALSAM OF SPERMACETI, OR PKCTORAL COUGH DHOPS. Persons doubting the efficacy of this Medicine may take a dose in the Proprietor's shop before they purchase. The Proprietor earnestly recom- mends a t^ial of these Drops to persons afflicted with the above complaints4bwt he f^es not introduce tho»»s being an infallible cure (as many do), bui is warranted in as- seiting their efficacy from the e<tens've re'/ef afforded in numerous cases of the above description. Constitutional Coughs of three, four, and spore yeøfS standing, have been cured in the course of a week by the use of these Drops. In the Hoo ine apd Chio Coughs it will be found equally valuable; it will at pli times release the most violent Consumptive Tough- In Bottles, h, lid. i 5s. 9d < 4s. 6s.; and 10s. 6d. each. • Prepared solely by R I. GREGORY (who has pur- chased the Receipts) bis Laboratory, Church-street, Hackney and tna, oe had Retail of every Chemist in the United Kined m* v Be sure k fo WOOJHlOVSE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. Alteration of Trains for the Winter. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT on and after the 1st trfNOVEMBER, 1841, tbe TRAINS will leave HADDINGTON for CIRENCESTER. BATH, BRISTOL, and BRIDO. WATER, &a follows a.tn. p.a. 6 o'clock 5 Vclock'to Bristol only 8 18 65 Mail M 15 Buy *1*1 7 18 MM *0 ■ (.Goods' Train p.U). p IB. ( 3 j 9 30 ) And from ;Bridgwater, Bristol, and Bath, to Pad- diugtoQ a.m. put. 7 o'clock from Bristol 3 30 from Bridgwater 8 40 11 40 Mail 9 30 from Bridgwater a.m. 11 30 ditto 8 d. T p.m. p.m. C Train 12 44 ditto 6 3 Up from Cirencester to Paddington:- a.m. p.m. 7 50 o'clock 5 45 o'clock 9 35 a.m. 11 55 1 40 Mail P,m40 5 45 Goods' Train 3 30 Passengers may be booked to Cheltenham, Exeter, Plymouth, Devonport, at the Railivay-office, Princes- .street, Bank, or at the Paddington station. Further particulars of trains and the stoppages at different stations may be known by application at the Company's offices and stations. Oct. 29, 1841. COURT-Y-BELLA SHOW. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT agreeably to the Regulations of the above Meeting, any person neglecting to PAY HIS SUBSCRIPTION, before the First of December next, will be excluded the privilege of Exhibiting Stock or Competing for any Prize. EDWARD PRITCHARD, Newport, Oct. 29. Secretary. NEWPORT. Proposed Farmers' Club. THE AGRICULTURISTS are respectfully informed, that a MEETING will take place at the BRIDGE INN. Newport, on MONDAY, 15th November next, being Monthly Market, at Three o'clock precisely, to enter into arrangements for the FORMATION of a FARMERS' CLUB. The object of which will be the diffusion of Agri- cultural and Horticultural knowledge, by the esta- blishment of a LENDING LIBRAHV, and by holding Meetings for Lectures, and Discussions in the above Sciences EDWARD PRITCHARD, Newport, Oct. 29. Auctioneer, Acting Secretary GLAMORGANSHIRE. Lantrissent Turnpilte Trust. NOTICE IS IIEREBY GlrRN, THAT an AUCTION will be held at the CROSS KEYS INN. in tbe Town of LANTHISSENT, on FRIDAY, the 10th day of DECEMBER, 1841, between the hours of One and Three o'clock in the Afternoon, for LETTING for One Year, from the 31st day of December next, the TOLLS arising and to be payable at the different Gates in the said District, subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there produced, which Tolls were Let last Year for the Sum of X730.1 and will be put up at such Sum, with such exceptions as the Trustees think may fit. Whoever happens to be the best bidder, must at the same time (if requested) pay One month in advance of the Rent at which such Tolls may be Let, and give Security with sufficient Sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads, for the Pay ment of tbe Rent Monthly. WILLIAM JOHN, Clerk to the Trustees. Lantrissent, Nov. 1, 1841. By \irtue of an Order of Her Majesty's Court of ■ Revietv made its the Bankruptcy oj David Stormt To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, PEREMPTORILY, On SATURDAY, the 27th day of November, ISH, AT THE CARDIFF ARMS INN, In Cardiff, between the hours of Two and Four o'clock in the Afternoon, pursuant to the appoint- ment of the Commissioners (subject to such con- ditions of sale as shall be then produced), ALL THAT Capital Freehold Messuage, AND EXTENSIVE PREMISES, NOW occupied by Mr. STORM, situate on the South side of CROCKHERBTOWN, in Cardiff aforesaid, containing on the Ground Floor, spacious Dining and Drawing Rooms, Breakfast Parlour, and Study, together with Kitchen, Back Kitchen. Ser- vant's Hall, China Pantry, Washhouse, with Laundry over it, Lnrder, and other convenient offices. It has Eight largo Bedrooms on the first and se- cond floors, besides two rooms over the Kitchens. There are Two excellent (try arched Wine and Beer Cellitrs. Behind the dwelling-house iq a good Four Stallfd Stable and a Coach-house, with Hay loft above, with a spaciou; Court Yard. There is alsp a Garden adjoining, 47 yards by 12. The Fittitig9 in the China Pantry, Kitchen, and offices, may be taken at a valuation if wished. For leave to view, apply on ilie premises; and for flir'tlT particulars, to Messrs, PftOTJEIfSRQ and TpWGOOD, Solicitors, Newport 5 °r to Mr. E. B. RICHARDS, Solicitor, Cardiff. PEEPING TOM, WITH NoTES of LONDON LIFE, Of SATURDAY, QCTOBER 23, 841, CONTAINS POLICE Extraordinary-Scftrlet versus Peel qlia. JL the Artful Dodger- Londonderry's Decline of Credit-The pleasures of a Country .ife-Rogers' Opinions of Whigs and Tories—I be non-appoint- ment of Beaufort-The Tory Cabinet D' Aisance- Wilton dis-Appointed—'The Americans and their Pertinacity-Thpore Hook Nicked by the frost- The Queen's Conscience f.(eeper-l'eel's Prescription for the Present Crisis—Prince Albert and the Bed- chamber Ladies-Mrs. Barker and My Lord of Co- ventry-An Indian Dinner-George King's Memorial —Speech to the Dumb —The Little Red Dutchess — Inns nd Quts—'■ Pour Twjs§" — Public Pretikf"t at Glasgow t« T. Montgomery—Cotton v. the Premier— Little Lord Johnny's Last—Rogers and the German Countesses. Our Critique upon the Performances at Covent Garden, Haymarket, Olympic, Adelphi, Garrick, Pavillion, Victoria, Sadler's Wells, &c. &c. Our Theatrical Leader, containing Hints to the Le- gislature pi) the Present State of the Drqrqa. Pro- vincial Theatres: Cambridge. Swansea, Halifax, Worcester, Shrewsbury, &rc., &c. The Call Boys' First Whistle, with all the Spirit and Wit of. London Life, from the Literati to the Lounger, and equally fitted for tbe Aristocrat M tbe Pew»flt» NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVRN, That applica- L tion is intended to be made to Parliament in the next Session for leave to bring in a Bill to alter, Amend, and enlarge the powers and provisions of an Act passed in the 7th Year of the reign of his late Majesty Williara the Fourth, intituled An Act for the better Paving, Cleansing, Lighting, and other- wise Improving the Town of Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan," and for granting further, better, and more effectual powers for Paving, Cleansing, Lighting. Watching, Draining, Regulating, and Im- proving the said Town and the Police thereof. Dated the 26 day of October, 1841. E. P. RICHARDS, Solicitor. GLAMORGANSHIRE. So be lift, AND ENTERED ON THE 2d OF FEBRUARY NEXT, A VIIJnr DESIRABLE FARM, CONTAINING, by admeasurement, 104 Acres C more or less, ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, with FARM HOUSE aud OUT-BUILDINGS, situate in the Village of SOUTIIERNDOWN, in the Parish of SAINT BRIDE'S MAJOR; distant about 3 Miles from the good Market Town of Bridg- end. The Farm is particularly well adapted for the Turnip Husbandry, and the Tenant will be entitled to depasture his Stock on the extensive range of Ogmore Down, which is a most valuable and healthy Sheep Walk. For further particulars apply to Mr. Charles Thomas, of Southerndown; or Mr. Wm. Eagleton, at Bouvilstone. IRON WORKS FOR SALE. So be ollJ fas Prtbate Contract, THE VICTORIA laON WORKS In the Countyof Monmouth, wllH THE Valuable Mineral Property THERETO BELONGING. THE Works consist of FOUR BLAST FUR- NACES, and ROLLING MILLS, capable or making 250 Tons of Bar Iron Weekly. Full particulars may be obtained on application to the Directors of the Monmouthshire Iron and Conl Company, Harington Place. Bath. Dated 2nd November, 1841. THE CREDITORS of JOHN Mc.LENNEN, late of THE HEAD" PENARTH, Publican, who have not yet proved their DEBTS, are requested to send in their Claims to Mr. J. H. LANGLKY, Solicitor, Cardiff, on or before the 15th day of NOVEMBER next, or they will be excluded from all Benefit under the Deed of Assignment made by the said JOHN Mc.LENNEN, for the benefit of his Creditors, sign- ing the same. 29th October, 1841. TO GROCERS, DRAPERS, &c. _c; -I-T_ if" To be Disposed of Immediately, (THE PROPRIETOR DECLINING BUSINESS) 'T^HE whole of the STOCK-IN-TRADE, BOOK -*• DEBTS, FIXTURES, &c., together with the LEASE of the PREMISES, which arc situate in one of the most Populous parts of ,the extensive Iron Works of South Wales. Immediate application must be 'made, post paid to X.Y.Z., Post Office, Cardiff. The coming in will be moderate, and approved Bills of 3 and 6 Months will be taken. itiitgton Eurnptfce tløt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TOLLS arising at the several Gates leading into the Town of KINGTON, in the County of Hereford also Legion Cross, Milton, Kccles Green, Titley, the Avenue, Eardisley, and Lyonshall Gate, WILL BE LET TO THE BEST BIDDER, At the house of JOHX ROBERTS, at the KING'S HEAD INN, in the Town of KINGTON, on TUESDAY, the 23rd day of NOVEMBER next, at the hour of 1 welve o clock at Nooti, iii the manner directed by the Acts passed in the third and fourth years of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth for regulating Turnpike Roads." The above Tolls will be let for one, two, or three years, either together and in one lot, or in several lots, and the Tolls for Stage Coaches will or will not be excepted out of such letting, as the Trustees shall then in those[respects appoint. Whoever happens to be tho best bidder, must at the same time pay one month in advance (if required) of the rent at which such Tolls may be let, and giye security, with sufficient sureties, to the satisfaction of the I rustees, for payment of the rest of the money monthly, and must pay for stamps for giving security; and also engage to keep and leave the several Turn- pike-houses and windows in repair. At this meeting new Trustees will be elepted in the room of those deceased or declining to act. N-B, All persons desirous of being bidders for any of the above Tolls, are desired to attend early, that the Trustees may proceed to let the Gates im- iiit-diiiiely after the hour of Twelve o'clock at Noon of the above day, and the renters will be required to bring forward their securities within seven days, in default of which the month's pay in advance wiU be forfeited. By Qfdef of the Trustees, THOMAS PRICE, Clerk of the Trustees to the said Turnpike Road. Ki|)gtonv October 11th, 1841. ,I We find the following in the (furrier Beige, under date Brussels) Oct. 30 — "Two new si-pouns and two field pieces, with horses and itminullit-;on, have been seized in one of our suburbs. Six persóns were arrested last rrigh. among whom^jtis said, are the Intendnnt of the Marechuas- s^e, .nnd a captain of the wouuded of September. Two Generals have fled. The place where the cannon-balls were cast has been discovered, as also the person who tpade the cartridges. "The four pieces of cannon that werc seized are in the Town-hall, Attempts have been made to seduce some sub- altern officers of the garrison, who denounced them. To-morrow was the day fixed for the execution of the plot, which had ramifications at Ghent, Ant- werp, and Liege, among the discontents. It might have succeeded if it had broken out in the night, for the ofiicers living in the suburbs might have been killed before they could grt to their barracks. This accounts for the order jpiven to all the plfipcrs of the garrison to return to the pity. f' from wfyat transpired the authorities pretend to have the clue to a vast counter-revolutionary con- spiracy, which had been contriving for several months. It Is said that the Ministry have sent numerous orders and instructions to the provinces this morn- ing. There was a council of Ministers this morning, and despatches have been sent to the King. "P.S. 3 o'clock p.m. — Qoner^lg Vandersimpers and Yanderinpre, who. were supposed to have fled, have been found concealed in the house of a painter. Malaise, formerly a subaltern officer, member of the Order of Leopold, a tinman, living out of the Nainur gntu, manufactured the cartridges. The extra loco motives were sent last night to Autwerp, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. THOMAS EVANS, ON THE PREMISES, AT TYTHEGSTON, On FRIDAY, Notember 12th 1 1841, ALL 1HB LtVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, Late the Property of Mrs. COLONEL KNIGHT, Deceased; COMPRISING-7 superior Cows about 80 Sheep and Lambs, 5 useful Horses; about 30 Pigs: a Large Waggon, Carts, Rollers, and various Implements of Husbandry; ALSO, AN EXCELLENT TOWN-BUILT CARRIAGE AND HARNESS, With Imperial and Boxes complete for travelling j a Phtttoi), Saddles, Bridles, &c., &c. (Attht same timeJcfilVh*Sold,about 30 TONS OF EXCELLENT HAY A large quantity of dry and well harvested Wheat, Barley, and Oats (in the Straw), in Mows and Bams, with every convenience for thrashing; 5 Acres of very large and good Turnips from 60 to 80 Sacks of Potatoes; and a large quantity of Onions, &c-, &c. The Sale will commence precisely at 12 o'clock and the usual Credit will be given on approved security. CRICKHOWEIX UNION. THE BOARD OF GUARDIANS of the CRICKHOWELL UNION hereby GIVE NOTICE, that at the next Meeting, to be held at the TOWN HALL, CRICKHOW ELI,Ion Monday, the 15th November, they will be ready to receive TENDERS, from MEDICAL GENTLEMEN duly licenced to undertake the care of the Districts of the Union, with separate Tender for Vaccination. The District may be known, and the Form of Contracts seen at the Town Hall, Crickhowell. Tenders to he sent in to the Clerk, on or before Satuiday, the 13th November. The Board will not be bound to accept the lowest tender. By Order.of the Board, EDWARD DAVIES. Crickhowell, November 3, 1841. — CRICKHOWELIi UNION. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the Supply of the UNDERMENTIONED ARTI- CLES, for the use of the above Union, to be delivered at such times and in such quantities as the Board of Guardians shall direct, are requested to" send in TENDERS to the Clerk, on or before SATURDAY, the 13th November. Beef and Mutton at per Yellow Soap per lb. lb. Candles per lb. Shins and Cheeks each. Sugar per lb. Salt at per lb. Rice per lb. Flour, Best, Seconds, at Soda per lb. per bushel. Oatmeal per peck. Potatoes at per cwt. Boiling Peas per quart. Family Cheese at per cwt Grey Peas. Salt Butler per lb. Tea per lb. The Tenders will be opened at the Town Hall, Crickhowell, on the 15th November, at 11 o'clock wbtfn Samples of all articles admitting of such, are I requested to b§ produced. .,t: V" By Order of the Board, EDWARD DAVIES. Crickhowell, Nov. 3,1841.
THE EXCHEQUER-BILL FORGERS. > And now we ivould woo the serious attention of onr readers to a 11 leette" history we are about to give of the origin and causes ofihis" effect defective" at I- the Chequers." The ancient establishment of the Exchequer- office was broken up soon after Lord Melbourne first became Prime Minister. The efficient head of the working staff was a man of high talents and un- spotted integrity, nohly connected, distinguished In the diplomatic services or the country previously exereised in all the details of monetary bu-iiiess as a Commissioner of Customs, and member of Lord Wallace's celebrated commission for the reform of the revenue depai tment. The gentleman, the Right Hon. Henry Ellis, was no bigotted Tory he had supported Lord Grey's Reform Bill strenuously, but a Conservative the brother-in-law of Lord Ripon —and when that nobleman, with Lord Stanley, Sir J. Graham, and the Duke of Richmond, lelt the Whigs, one of the first opportunities that occurred of revenging Whiggery on the connexions of these important seepders was presented in the person of Mr. Ellis, Clerk of the Pells. In remodelling the Exchequer any holies^ 'Mlnistrv would have given due attention to th^ lr;ed services of Mr. Ellis, and at the salft" time have consulted for the well-working of the new system, by fixing him in some nominally new post analogous to that which he had so long held, The Whigs did otherwise-they superannuated Mr. Ellis in the prime vigour of manhood on a pen- sion of £ 1,500 a-year, heing only £ 200 a-year less than the income of his hie office. They could not give him less, bccause he was an old diplomatist, and entitled in that capacity to a pension, and because his late office had been held under a patent for life. But they incurred needlessly and absurdly this cost of .01,600 a-year during the future lite of a vigorous man of 43, or thereabouts, because they could otherwise create a post in the new Exchequer worthy of the acceptance of an octogenarian Whig baronet and worn-partisan, by lIalLe Sir Jofin New- port, who had long retired from all active life what- ever. Abolishing, therefore, the ancient office of Clerk of the Pells, they instituted a ne, one, by name the Coulrollersliip of the Exchequer; and. discarding Mr. Ellis, they placed therein the shadow of a shade-the yenerable nonentity of Newport, No wonder that under such a chief, who, we really believe, never saw the Exchequer six t imps during six years-no wonder, we say, that inferior clerks snould have been tempted by the obvious facility of tampering with the box of bills Into a wide and pro- found scheme of multiplying each Irne bill by ten or a dogen fale ones, not distinguishable from the true, because all the printing paper, stamping, &c., were correct, and in old Newport's absence a certain top clerk, hight Smith, was authorised to sign for Newport, absent on perpetual furlough. In due season-tht is to say, when the speedy abolishment of the Whig Government itself became obvious-it occurred to an ingenious little Irishman, a member of that Government, by name Spring Rice, that it would be a convenient thing for him to get old Newport to withdraw on anotht-r pension- one more, and larger than FIlis--leaving the con- troUeratup a permanent life-place, as a harbour oil the lee of the said Spring Rice. Newport was kicked out with even less ceremony than his brother driveller, the father of the Hannibals, and Rice transformed into Baron Monteagle, screwed his small person down upon the long-vacant chair of controller, Spring was neither old nor inactive—on the con- trary, he was a tight agile fellow of his few inches But Spring had no notion of being made a Lord merely for the purpose of giving dignity to the Controllerhip of Exchequer-bills. Spring had other things in petto and the little peer found that nothing would suit him better than to continue the tiort-attendance system of his toothless predecessoi and victim. Spring blossomed and bourgeoned out into a gay, amorous, vivacious "prig of nobility; and Sniilh went on with his iiigtiing-vvritilig the lofty name of Monteagle at the bottom of just as many bills as he cbase-r-quite secure that the humble aristocrat who had delegated to him this function would never condescend to inquire in what maimer it was fulfilled. The result was not long of being discovered when once there came a Tory First Lord of the Treasury and a Tory Chancellor of the Exchequer. Let it be observed we are here adopting th. edition of the story most favourable for (Jaron Spring
GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE LET BY TENDER, And entered upon Lady-day ensuing, ALL THAT FARM & LANDS CALLED PARKA-BACH, SITUATE IN THE PARISH OF NEWCASTLE' In the County of Glamorgan, Now in the Occupation of Mr. James Hughes. FURTHER particulars may be had of Mr. GEORGE DODS, Little Gnoll; or at the office of Mr. CUTHBERTSON, Solicitor, Neath. And aji persons desirous of taking the above premises inast oel iveir Sekli-d Tenders for the same, to Mr., Dods, at his residency on or before the 22nd instant. The tenders wffl be opened at Twelve o'clock on that dRy mid the most eligible offier, if there be one approved of, will be accepted. Dated the 3rd day of November, 1841.