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BrefynnV- m NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. VALUABI.E LEASE HOZiB PFiOFBRTT. MR. E. PBITCHAUD Has received instructions irotn the I rupnt tor i:0 has Jeit ewport) to Offer fer 5a!e i*y urtictt, On WEDNESDAY, the 23rd of NOVEMBER, )S-ti, at V'jvs o*cloi-ii iii the Evening, at the KING'S HEAD INN, NEWPORT, (Subject to Conditions that will then be produced,) THE FOLLOWING A L U A B L E L r- CC, L ED 7' PROPERTY, COMPRISING THE FOLLOWING LOTS, VIZ., LOT I. ALL that MESSUAGE. DWELLING HOUSE, and SHOP, situate at the Corner of HIGII- VTREICT and SKINNKK-STREET, in the. Town of Newport, containing Eleven fitting and Bed rooms, with a CORNER SHOP, and other necessary Offices, the whole of which are of lofty and spacious dimensions, late in the occupation of the Proprietor and of which immediate Possession may be had. The HOUSE is well and substantially built, is in good Repair, with a never-failing supply ot spring and soft WATER, and is replete with every convenience for a large Family. It may, if required, be easily converted into a most respectable PRIVATE RESIDENCE, wkkli it lately was, at a trilfing expei tu The Premises are in the centre of the POPULOUS AND FLOURISHING TOWN OF NEWPORT, and in its PRINCIPAL THOROUGHFARE. They present a Frontage of 116 Feet 6 inches of handsome and Modern Elevation. Under the House is a BONDED CELLAR, for Wines and Spirits (now in the Occupation of Mr. James Wintle), at the Rent of £ 12 per Annum. The Premises might easily command a Rental of E140 per Annum. On the above Premises a respectable and extensive Printing and Bookselling business have been carriet] on, and if required, the Presses, Type, and Fixtures may be taken to at a Valuation. LOT 12.-All that MESSUAGE or BUILDING, with the Appurtenances, situate in Skinner-street, in the said Town ot Newport, adjoining the above, now let to the Commissioners of Customs for the Term of 72 Years or thereabouts, 63 Years of which, or nearly go, are unexpired, at the Yearly Rent of £ b0, to be used by them as a eiiTii MiiiE. These Premises have been put into complete Renair. at a K&nsj^eTubte expefise, w'uLin the last Three months. LOT 3.-All that WAREHOUSE or BUILDING adjoining the Custom House, occupied by Messrs. Hughes & Co., (Yearly Tenants,) at the Rent of XSO per Annum, used as CORN LOFTS. The Ground floor is app.oved of for the Housing of Corn and flour, under Bond. There is a CELLAR under the said Warehouse which is not let with it. LOT 4.—Ail that PI EC S3 or PARCEL of GROUND, adjoiniitg the last-mentioned Lot, well calculated for BUILDING. &c., situate near the Monmouth, hire Canal and Tram Road. It is now used as a YARD, on which is built a STABLE, both together, let for the annual rental of < £ '28 8s. Od. The Ground is enclosed by a Wall about 12 feet in height, and sufficiently strong for Buitding upon it, contains 769 Square Yards or thereabouts, with a Frontage of 64 feet, including the Stable. This Lot is free from any Ground Rent. LOT 5.—The GROUND RENT of Xg-o per Annum for the Unexpired Term of a LEASE ot 5t Years, from the 1st September last, arising out of Victoria Square, in the aforesaid Town of Newport, on which is built 23 HOUSED (One Double). Aiso, the Reversion of 9 Years or thereabouts, on the lore- going 23 Houses, from the expiration of the Term of 54 Years, which Houses and Premises are now Let for the Annual Rent of about £ 220 per Annum. The above Prenwses are held under Lease from Sir C. Morgan, Bart., for the remainder otthe Term of SO Years, commencing the 1st May, 1824, under the Yearly Sum of S:23 17s. 6d., part of the Rent Reserved by the Lease, which will be charged on the Premises, in the following pro- portioni,-I,ot 1, £16 178. 6d.; Lot 2, £ 3; Lot 3, X2; and Lot 5, Z2. The Premises may be viewed on application to the respective Tenants or to Mr. CLEM EiS r^, Chemist, Newport; and for further particulars, application may be made to Messrs. PROTHRRO and lOWQOOD, Solicitors, New port; to Mr. UENHY FARR, Solici- tor, Newport; to Mr. HENRY WEBBER, Guardian Office, Cardiff, Glamorganshire or to the A uctioneer. BRECONSIIIRE. PURE BRED AldernS;- and Hereford CATll! AND CROPS OF HAY AND C€-2}F, &C-> FOR SALE. HUGH JONES BEGS to announce, that he has been instructed by Mr. HODGES, who has given up his Farm, TO SELL BY AUCTION, On TUESDAY, the loth day of NOVEMBER,1841, (the day before Brecon Fair) the whole of his STOCK AND CROPS, AT TY-ISHA LL.4N- THEW, (Within a Mile and a Half of Brecon,) Consisting of—ALDERNEY CATTLE, Four very handsome Milch Cows, to Calve in February next; 2 in Calf, Heifers, ditto; 2 Yearling ditto, and 1 Bull Calf. HEREFORD CATTLE, Four good Milch Cows in Calf: 3 in Calf, Heifers; and 2 Fat Cowa. SHEEP, Eighty Fat Wethers, fit for the Butcher; 30 Leicester Ewes, and 2 liams. Thirteen Pigs, good Porkers; and 1 Sow and 9 Pigs; 5 Young and powerful Cart Horses; 2 Cart Colts' and 1 two years old Colt, by Polioj and 6 Ponies. CROPS, One Rick of Wheat; 3 ditto of Barley; 1 ditto of Peas; 3 Ricks of Hay and Clover (which may be removed off the premises); 100 Sacks of Potatoes; 1 Broad-Wheeled Waggon, nearly New, and 1 Cart; together with a HANDSOME GIG, AND A GOOD GIG MARE, Warranted steady in Harness. The Sale will commence at Twelve o'clock pre- cisely; and Four Months' Credit given on approved Security. TO BE Sold by Private Contract, & CONSIDERABLE quahtit? or WOOL, SUPPOSED to excecd 100 Stone, at BEAUPRE, within a mile and a half of the Town of Cow- bridge. For a view of the Lot, apply on the premises,; and for further particulars, to Mr. E. Bassett, Lantwit Major. N. B. This will not be repeated. THE SCHOONER CARDIFF PACKET, wSiSw* J, EVANS, Master 18 NOW LOADING, at COTTON S WHARF, TOOLKY STREET, LONDON, FaT Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr, Abergavenny, Bnem. Monmouth, Pontypool, Cowbridye, Bridgend, and places adjacent, AND WILL POSITIVELY SAIL ON WEDNESDAY the 17th NOVEMBER, 1841. For Freight, &c., apply to the Master, on Board; Mr R. Burton, jun., Newport; Mr Ihomas Richards, Abergavenny Messrs Prosser and I rice Brecon, Mr Scovell, the Wharfinger, London; Or to Mr J. G. Bird, Agent to the Cardiff, Newport, and London, Shipping Company, at Cardiff. London, Nov, 3, 1841, BRECONSIIIRE. FARMING STOCK, CROPS, I M P L E M I<; N T S, HOUSEHOLD FU U P. E, UTENSILS, #c. FOR SALE. tr orõ &i> Auction, BY WILLIAM JONES, ON THE VRr.MISF.S, AT SE33&L C H: V, lu the I'.i s'l of Saint Michael Gn JIONDAY, li of NOV EM BE It List.' Til PROPi' iTY OF Mil. W.M. BEVAX, Rctii ing frtm Farming, COMPRISING 6 Cows in Calf, 2 three-year- old Heifers in Calf, G two-year-old Cattle, an<! 4 yearlings ditto; 5 Cart Horses iind their Gearing, capital two-vear old C:-«rt Colts; 3 iarge R icon Pigs, 4 strong Store Pigs, S siliall ditto, and 1 Sow in Pin the whole of the Wheat, Barley, Peas, and Oats on the Straw about 15 Tens of well ended flo v 1 Rick of prime Clover (the Hay and Clover will lie Sold to <ro off the Premises); I narrow wheel Waggon, nearly new, 2 broad wheel C.-n-ts, ditto; Ploughs, Harrows, Roller, with sundry other small Implements of Husbandly. The Household Furniture Consist of Feiklier Beds, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Chest of Drawers. Cloek mid Case, Dresser and Shelves, Ware, Glass, &c., and every Culinary requi- site. A gem ral assortment of Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Cider Hogsheads, Trams, &c., &(-. &c. The Sale to commence precisely at Elock precisely, and Four Months' Credit will he given oil approved Seemity- N. B, The above Estate TO LET, w ith immediate possession, apply to the Proprietor on the Premises, or to Mr. W. Jones, Laud Survejor and Agent, Belle.vue Place. Brecon. November 1st, 1841. GLAMORGANSHIRE. SCHEDULE of Fines, Forfeitures, and Penalties, paid or payable to the T-easurer, of the County of Glamorgan, from Trinity Quarter Sessions, to and including Michaelmas Quarter Sessions, 1811. SUM BY WHOM SUM PAYAHI.E TO HE NAME. PAID. BUT NOT PAID Oit PAID. REMARKS CAERPHILLY. £ s. d. s. d. Daniel Jenkins 0 10 0 0 0 0 David Jones 1 00 0 0 0 Howell Howell 0 5 0 0 0 0 Thomas Thomas .100 0 0 0 Norrcy Leary 0 0 0 0 5 0 Com ,ted. Recs Evans 0 0 0 0 10 0 Du o. Rees Morgan 0 0 0 0 10 0 Dii o. Thomas Wiilianis.. 0 0 0 0 10 0 Ditto. ifecs Evans 0 0 0 0 10 0 Ditto. Rers Morgan 0 0 0 0 10 0 Ditto. John Price 0 2 6 0 0 0 Walter Williams 1 0 0 0 0 0 William Kosser 0 10 0 0 0 0 Edward Evans 010 0 0 0 0 David Hughes 0 0 0 4 10 0 Committed. John Williams 0 5 0 0 0 0 William Davies. 0 10 0 0 0 0 Thoma- Lewis 1 0 0 0 0 0 William Uees 0 10 0 0 0 0 Elizabeth Parry. 0 2 6 0 0 0 David George 0 10 0 0 0 0 Recs Griffiths 0 0 0 0 5 0 Committed Richard Edwariis 0 0 0 0 2 6 William Williams.. 0 0 0 0 2 1 Jane Evans 02 6 o o o Judith Canoll. 0 5 0 0 0 0 Ismarl Mwley .150 0 0 0 Evan Morhy 1 5 0 0 0 0 James Meredith..0 1 0 0 0 0 Noah Morgan. 1 3 3 0 0 0 Rebecca 1 iccise. 0 10 0 0 0 0 Evan Ki'munds 1 4 3 0 0 0 Edmund Tholl:as 0 10 0 0 0 0 David Morgan 0 0 0 0 10 0 Allowed a fortnight to pay. CARDIFF. Kdward Williams.. 0 10 0 0 0 0 Eliza Davies O5Q0OO Ti\oma> Sor-de.n 3 0 0 0 0 0 Mart'arct John 0 5 0 0 0 0 John Jo- 0 0 0 () 10 0 Committed. Aaron Thomas 10 0 0 0 0 Jerry Mahoney 0 10 0 0 0 0 Grace Mason 0 0 0 0 1 0 allow cd to pay. Claik Sherman 0 1 0 0 0 0 T. Lcarv 6 0 0 0 Wiiiiam Richards.. 0 5 0 0 0 0 Thomas Christopher 0 2 6 0 0 0 Walkin John 0 2 6 0 0 0 William Phillips 0 5 0 0 0 0 Thomas Evans 4 35 0 0 0 0 Phillip Taylor 0 2 6 0 0 0 J >hu Moss 0 0 0 0 5 0 Committed. Elizabe h Franklen. 0 10 0 0 0 0 Ann Gould 0 10 0 0 0 0 David ti.on.os «. 0 0 0 4 la 0 Ann Daniels 0 0 0 0 10 0 Margaret J oho 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joseph Watts. 2 0 0 0 0 0 John Heed .076 0 0 0 William Powi 11. 0 0 0 1 0 0 Commuted. John Lewis 4J5 0 000 Edward Osmau 0 0 0 0 10 0 Time CWBRIDGE. allowed for NIL" payment. DVNASPOWIS. Thomas Thomas") Morgan John, & i- 0 I 0 0 0 0 Morgan David J Wiliiain Jenkins 212 6 0 0 0 KIBBOR "JL" LLANGAVELACH. Thomas Griiffths 0 1 6 0 0 0 N. I S K I N. Evan Tiiouias. 0 12 6 0 0 0 „ Samuel Lewis 0 0 0 1 0 0 Committed. Thomas Austin '90 000 „ Rets Recs C 0 0 0 5 0 ^mmtttcd. NEATH, William Harry 1 0 0 0 0 0 William Rowland 014 6 0 0 0 David Davies 1 0 0 0 0 0 John Thomas 1 0 0 0 0 0 Wiiliam Williams.. 40 0 0 0 0 William Richard 0 o 0 1]0 6 Committed. Lewis Reynolds. 0 o 0 1 10 0 ^lUO- Jr.hn Ricnaid 0 0 0 1 0 0 DlU°' Gwenilean Jenkins.. 0-2 6 0 0 0 John Mitchell 15 0 0 0 0 James Hill .120 0 0 0 John fhomas 3 3 0 0 0 0 Zachariah Thomas 4 17 0 0 0 0 Mary Thomas 0 J 0 0 0 0 John Thomas. 0 5 0 0 0 0 AnnJoues 0 5 0 0 0 0 Esther White 0 8 6 0 0 0 NEWCASTLE AND OGJIORK. Richard Watkins 0 10 0 000 Williim Thomas 0 2 6 0 0 0 Thomas Evans00 0 2 10 0 win be paId John Williams 0 2 6 0 0 0 Thomas Rees02 6 0 0 0 ilatgaret Rees 0 2 6 0 0 0 Edmund Walters 4 8 6 0 0 0 Catherinc Sbadiiu", 0 I 0 0 0 0 Edwin Moses. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Win. Thomas, oth- er<vise Wm. John J 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ditto 1 0 0 0 0 0 Edwin Moses 1 0 0 0 0 0 Joseph Spittle. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Daniel David, 0 5 0 0 0 0 John Burrows. 0 0 0 4 2 0 Committed. BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. George Jones 0 0 6 0 0 0 John Green. 0 1 6 0 0 0 William Li 0 1-) k;ns ..0560 0 i) Georg" Fender. 1 15 6 0 0 0 Wm. Charles Hicks. 0 10 0 0 0 0 Henry f.angdon 0 0 6 0 0 0 William Davies .0100 0 0 0 SWANSEA. Wm. Lewis, jonr. 0 10 6 0 0 0 Margaret Jones 0 0 0 0 2 6 Committed. Jane Rowe. 0 0 0 0 2 6 Ditto. Joseph Moss 0 2 6 0 0 0 William Lloyd 0 2 6 0 0 0 Henry Lelleoit 0 0 0 0 1 6 Committed. Margaret Shannon.. 0 5 6 0 0 0 13ciijatTiin I'tobert .0100 o 0 Thomas Harris 0 0 0 0 1 0 Commuted. Griffith Williams.. 0 0 6 0 0 0 mm d? Thomas Thomas 0 12 0 0 0 0 Lewis Morris 0 3 6 0 0 0 Sircon Rowe 1 10 6 0 0 0 William Davies 0 1 6 0 0 0 !)nvid Jones 0 0 6 0 0 0 Patrick Ryan 0 0 0 0 0 6 Committed. Charles Barter 0 10 6 0 0 0 John Murray 0 6 6 0 0 0 Mary Charies 0 1 6 0 0 0 Total L78 1 6 E. P. KICHARDS, Treasurer, Cardiff, Oct., 8tb, J841. Theatre, Cardiff.AUTHORITY. .I'I'I' IsilET WElE O F T I I E E N < i A G E I vi E N T O I' Mil. WOULDS. ———— BY DE3IKK, AND UNDEIi THE PATRONAGE OF Mr. 5&rsa Ricfear&s, OF 110A TH CASTLE. Oil MONDAY Evening, NO Stlt, 1S41, Sheridan's elegant Comedy The SGHOQZi FOR SCAH13A2L. AFTER WfHCB, A BALLET. To conclude with -T) T T 0 '"J PERFECTION. -0 On T UEsnA Y EVENING, NOV EMBER 9th, Shakesperc's celebrated Tragedy, called gthsllo, T II E I 0 0 R OF V E N I C E. Duke of Venice. • • Mr. Jlullord lago Mr. Harrington Cassio.».. Mr. Braid Bral.anles Mr. Silver Ludovieo Mr. Artaud Gratiano Mr. Kimber Montano INir. Frazer Roderigo Mr. W. II. Augd Othel lo. -A,ir. Charles Perkins Ellis Eiuelia. Mrs. Macready A Favourite DANCE, by Mrg. LECLERCQ. To conclude with, by particular desire, the Laughable Farpe, called The BEAHG-HT. Poppoiino Mr. W oulds On WEDNESDAY Evening, NOVEMBER 1 Vth, An entirely New Drama, called 6WYNNETH "trAUGHAN Gwynneth Vaughan Miss Eilis IVith other Entertainments. To conclude with SUSAN. -(1- STAGE MANAGER, Mr. CHARLES PERKINS. Of the Theatres Royal Covent Garden aud Drury Lane. BOXES, 3s.-PIT, 2s.—GALLERY, Is. —Half Price, a Quarter before Nine. The Performance will be so arranged as to ter- minate on each Evening by Eleven o'clock. Persons wishing the bills of performance to he left at their Houses, are requested to signify the same to the Management. —— TAFF VALE RAILWAY. AIiTBIiATZOM OF TRAINS. ON and after MONDAY, the 25th day of OCTOBER, the Time of DEPARTURE and ARRIVAL of the TRAINS will be as follows until further Notice :— 1; P FROM CARDIFF. II. II, M. Mixed Train at 8 a.m., arrives at Merthyr 9 45 a.m. Ditto ditto. ] p.m. 245 p.m. Passenger Trn, 4 p.m. 5 25 p.m. DOWN FROM MERTHYR. II. M. Ii. M. Mixed Train -it 8 05 a.m. arrives at Cardiff 10 10 a.m. Ditto ditto. 1 35 p.m 3 10 p.m. Passenger do.. 4 20 p.m 5 45 p.m. On SUNDAYS the Trains will Start from Cardiff at Nine o'clock in. the Morning and Four in the Afternoon, and from Merthyr at Twenty Minutes after Nine 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. TOWN OF CAHDirr. UNRESERVED SALE OF Modern Household Furniture, PIANO-FORTE, CHINA, GLASS, AND KITCHEN REQUISITES. S3 z. E S II I) IT Has the pleasure to announce that he has been favoured with instructions to SEFJL BY AUCTION, ON THE ntEMISES IN CROCKHERETOWN, On "WEDNESNAY and THURSDAY, the 10th and 11th days of NOVEMBER, IS 4 It THE WUOLE OV THE E X eEL LEN T AND 41 0D.?ER-NT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND OTHER EFFECTS, Of Mr. D. STORM, who is changing his Residence. CONSISTING of loftv Mahogany Four-pos Bedsteads and Furniture, several French Bed steads and Furniture, prime Feather Beds, Milpuff Bed- Wool Mattresses, Palliasses, Wardrobes, Wash-stands, Dressing Tables, imitative Rosewood Chairs, Mahogany and Painted Chests of Drawers, Night Commodes, Swing Glasses, Painted Cheffion- eer, handsome luahogany Side-board, set of Maho- gany7 Dining Tables, Mahogany Breakfast and Pembroke Tables, Hair-stuffed Sofas, Mahogany Hair-seat Chairs, Brussel, Kidderminster, and other Carpets, Hearth Ruggs, Window Curtains, Work Tables, Rosewood Loo Table, Rosewood ChairSt handsome Chimney Ornaments, Bionze and othe Fenders, Fire Irons, Chimney Glasses, Venetian Window Blinds, Bell-pulls, Office Desks and Stools, Floor Cloth, capital Eight.day Dial Clock, Trays, Decanters, Rummers, Tumblers, Wine and Ale Glasses, China, &c., a large Painted Kitchen Dresser and Shelves, Range of Shelves and Cupboards, Weather Glass, Bronzed Hat and Umbrella Stand, Meat Screen and Roasting Jack, Dish Covers, Kitchen Tables, Chairs, &c., with a large variety of other Lots, Kitchen Requisites, &c., &c. FINE TONED SQUARE PIANO-FORTS, With additional Keys, by Tomkinson. AI.SO, AN F-, X C E I i PHAETON The Sale to commence at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. BRYNMAWR, BRECOXSHIRE. -0- to he olb bj1 Auction, BY MR. JOHN WILLIAMS, On MONDAY, the 6lh day of DECEMBER, 1841, at the BRITANNIA INN, situate at BRYN MAVVR, in the Parish of LLAN ELLY, in the County of BRECON, (by Virtue of and under a power or Trust for SALE, for the benefit of the CREDITORS of WALTER WATKINS, and subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced); LOT J. ALL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, known by the sign of THE BRITANNIA INN, situate as abovt\ mentioned, with a good Underground CELLAR, BREW-HOUSE, GAR- DEN, Roomy STABLE, and other convoiliences attached. LOT 2.—All that COTTAGE or TENEMENT, and Premises adjoining or near to Lot 1, now in the occupation of WILLIEM Mortj-in, as tenant thereof. LOT 3.-All those TWO. COTTAGES or TENE- MEN IS and Premises, adjoining the above mentioned Premises, now In the occupation of John Walters, as tenant thereof. The above Property is situate on the side of the Turnpike Road leading from Abergavenny towards Merthyr Tydfil, adjoining the Boat Company's Coal Yard; and is held underja Lease from his Grace The Duke of Beaufort, for the Lues of Three Young Persons, at a small annual ground rent. The buildings have re- cently been erected, and are in good repair. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Morgan z, and Batt, Solicitors, Abergavenny. Sale to commence at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. Abergavenny, 4th Nov., 1§4|. N EW PORT CLOTHING Opposite the Post-Office, High-street. TVLOIUAS DAViES, T expressing his gtnliludf for the extensive patronage he has received from the Public, respectfully invites I thos-* who have not inspected his STOCK to an earlv VISIT, feeling a stiong conviction of being able to Offer them very ereat inducements to favour him with iheir orders. The circumstance of his confining; his. attention to the WOOLLEN and MANCHESTER Trade, and his experience in the MARKETS, as well as his adopting the principle of Buying and Selling forCASH, enables him to Offer'GOO OS, warranted of the best Eabiic, extremely Moderate in Price. llis Cinter is one of first-rate Abiiiiies, posse.-sed ot Practical knowledge of the Art, under whose superin- 11 tendence none hut workmen of decided talent are employrd, T. D. being determined to produce articles that mav vie with those Jif any lIonse for Elegance of Cut, Ease, and durability of Workmanship. Gentlemen are" allowed to return any article, if not approved of, as respects cut, colour, quality, or make, although previously ordered.. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO JUVENILE DRESSES, SERVANTS' LIVERIES. Ev<ry Article of MEN'S CLOTHING, Ready Made, Manufactured by him, warranted well made, and will be exchanged or the mor.ev returned, if not approved. il Sftwtlrt Ht€! £ i £ Consists of COUNTRY ami YORKSHIRE Superfine CLOTHES, WATERPROOF REAVERS, DOESKINS. CASSEMERES; Ili,,Ii SILK and WOOLLEN VESTiNGS; Fancy VELVETEENS, MOLESKINS, CORDS, &c.; GOSSAMER and BEAVER HATS, warranted to retain their shape and colour, and not to spot with rain; BO'i S and IN FAN IS1 CLOIH and VELVET CAPS; T HOSIERY and SHIRTS. A J-r L 0 TRIMMINGS. '{ £ > OBSERVE,—rtfOIMS DAVIES, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, IIIGII-STREET, NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. M ACINTOSHES, INDIA RUBBER GARMENTS, MADE TO MEASURE, WARRANTED WATERPROOF. d,-1 -Ff ir ALLsTorV HOUSE, HIGH STREET, IMPORTANT T 0 FAMILIES. AS the present distressed state of Trade in every branch, and more particularly in tin: Manufacturing Districts, Uolds out immei.se advantages to parties possessing and using iheir capital by Purchasing (under these ciicUni9tances) Goods at the greatest Reduction ever known, HO WELLS AND HERNE Have availed themselves of all these advantages, by Visiting the Markets of LONDON, MANCHESTER, and SCOTLAND,, at this time, and respectfully beg tt) iiiffirin their Friends ilnd the public, they have just rcturrwd, and are enabled to oiler the Richest, Choicest, and most Fashionable Goods (of the most sterling and approved makes and which H. & H. feel conviitccd tlwy stand pre-eminent by the immense and increasing patronage they enjoy, and which it will at all times be their anxious study to maintain, at prices, which must show at once they are the Cheapest lot of Goods ever offered to the Public. II J.7 LO l])!2JtP£J. !.J3121 W l£J U., CHENE, figured and Plain, SATINETI'S, BARA I HEAS, SYRIAN and OTTOMAN figured POP- CHENE ROYAL, and PALESTINE, in great variety; ALPACA CLOTHS, CASHMERES; Figured and Inu-erial THIBET, of the softest textures, and all description of MERINO, SAXONY, and SPANISH CLOTHS; Real hrinch Edinbro' and Norwich Shawls, Of the Choicest STYLES, with a LARGE Lot of Long and Square GENOA VKLVEl", Tiimmcd. Til VAHrlIv iEPiailTllEiT Consists of all the Newest Styles-in RIBBONS, and every laterial suitable for the ensuing Season October 23. IR-11. „ PRIZE ESSAY BY PROFESSOR SCHULZ. ¡ JUST PUBLISHED, PRICE 6s., AN ESSAY ON The Influence of Welsh Tradition UPON the Literature of GERMANY, FRANCE and SCANDINAVIA, which obtained the PlUZE OF EIGHTY GUINEAS at the Aberga- venny Eisteddfod, 1840, translated from the German of ALBERT SCHULZ, author of the Life of Wolfran von Eschenbach, &c., &c. Llandovery, W, Rees London. Longman and Co. Aberg;n enny, J. Ililey Morgan. :Ä VICE-CHANCELLORS' COURTS, TUEDA Y, Nov. 2, (Before SIR LANCELOT SHADWELL.) The courl was opened to-day with the u"uat forma- lities. Sir LANCELOT Sr. AN WELL, "Vice-Chancellor of England," resumed his sittilis at Westminster shortly before 2 o'clock. Mr. Coekhurn, having received the appointment of Queen's Council, was invited to take his seat within the bar. \bcfore Mr. Vice .Chancellor KMHIIT BRUCE) Mr. Viee-Cliancellor KNIGHT BRUCE, after having been sworn before the Lord Chancellor, took his scat in the temporary court fitted up in the committee room, No. '2, of the House of Commons, th ■ inner bar being attended by Mr. Beteler, Mr. Simpkinson, Mr. Miller, Mr. Cooper, and Mr. Spence. In the course of the afternoon Mr Cockburn, having been appointed 'one of Her Majesty's counsel, was caMed within tlte bar. OLnFI;D V. COBBBTT. Mr. COOPER, Oil behalf of the defendant, moved, under the authority of the act hv which the now Vice- Chancellors are appointed, namely, o Victoria, c 5, to discharge an order made by the Lord Chid r)-,roii of the Court of Exchequer. that tiob'.c Lord had made a certain order, and the present motion was not in the nature of an appeal, for the order as pronounced was in itself riglJt upon the facts then disclosed, but in truth the facts were not as stated at the timettlic order was made. The application was made under the 31st section of the net, which empowered the Lord Cilan- cellor, the Master of the Rolls, and Vice-Chanccllors. to reverse, discharge, or after the decrees ur orders of the Court of Exchequer, as if they hud been oriillally pronounced by the Court of The VICE-CHANCELLOR said, that lie had had a conversation with the Lord Chancellor, and the im- pression on his (the Vice-Chancellor's) mind was, that his Lordship would be willing to hear any case of the description before the Court, where the point in ques- tion involved in fact an appeal from a decision ol the Lord Chief BJIOD or Mr. Baron Alderson. But that he the Vice-Chancellor had a gieat objection, unless he were bound to do so, to enter upon the discussion of any case upon which th>se eminent lawyers had alrea- dy pronounced their opinion. Mr. PiMpKiXsoN stated, that as he un(It,rslood the case an ord-r had been originally made to commit the defendant. That the defendant was brought up by writ of habeas corpus for his discharge. That sut h motion was opposed, and ultimately refused, witii c.ists. The defendant now gives notice of moiionfor his discharge, and that the order of the Lord Chief Baron mijcht be discharged or varied as t lie Court might think fit in fact beinsf no other, no more nor less, than an appeal from a decision of the Lord Chief Baron. The I have already said, I would rather not interfere in a case in which the Lord Chief Raron has already decidl.d unless indeed, it be my duty to do so Rut as the Lord Chancellor is willing to hear such motions, it had better be made before him. Where however, all application does not so interfere, I feel bound to hear it. EX PARTE FIELD. Mr, ELMST.EY moved for the issue of a writ of distringas to the Bank of England to prevent the transfer of certain stock. He stated that the motion was m,ide under the 4th section ol the above cited act, which gave the Court of Chancery the jurisdiction which belonged to the equity sido of the Court of Exchequer. The VICE-CHANCELLOR.—There is also the 5th sec- tion, and some have thought that one of them issnper- fluous. If the r»i.~iiai)-is-made under-tfee- 4th, which gives the jurisdiction to this Court of a summary means of distringas withont bill filed, I should like to know the practice of the Court of Exchequer. Mr. EL:WsLEY.- Tbe practice of that court was. that the officer, on application to him without bil 1 61ed, and without anv interference of the Court, to issue the distringas and lodge it at the Bank. If then the party claiming to transfer applied for snch purpose, the Rank would notify to the party lodging the distringas that lie must get an injunction from the Court for the same purpose as that for which the distringas was lodged, or that the stock would be transferred. The ViCE-C'HANCRtLoit. — My impression is, that I (Jug-ht not to tn,ke i,n order under the4th section without an affidavit, for I cannot assume the truth of a mere allegation, B::t under Vie 5tli section, which relates to iliffcrcnt process, I may n,kean Cr(leril) the "ame manner and form as was lieretoi-re the custom with the Court of Exchequer. By this "dion lam empowered in a particular manner to isue a DT*(ringati against the Bank of England, and that furm is I be. lieve, precisely the same, except of course in the men formal words, with the writ formerly issued out of the Court of Exchequer. I am, therefore, of opinion, and that opinion may be intimated to t|;e officer of the court, that the parties are entitled under the 6th sec- tion, without any motion, in precisely the same man- ner as the proper officers of the Couit of Excl)cqu-r would have issued the writ i "tile late act had not been passed. If it we .re the intention of the Legislature to continue the old practice, and merely to transfer the functions of the abolished Court, I should be sorry, C sitting here, to carry into effect the ititeiuion of the Legislature, to introduce a practice which would in effect cause an expeiiee to the suitor which, in the T former court, lie wouid not been liable to. COURT OF CHANCERY, TUESDAY, Nov. 2. Lord LYNDHUUST, after entertaining the Judges, Queen's Counsel, &c., at ¡¡is I¡ouse ill George-street, proceeded to Westminster,- and took Ills seat as Lord High Chancellor ahont half past 1 o clock. The Loiin CIIANCEI,I,Olt administered the official oaths to Mr. Vice-Chancellor Knight Bmce and Mr. Vice-Chancellor Wigram, who had previously taken the oaths of ftljofiiapce and supremacy, t NEWPORT DOCK, MONMOUTHSHIRE. November 2nd, 1841. TlIE NEWPORT DOCK COMPANY being empowered by their Acts of Parliament to take up on Bond, the sum of tl5,000, do hereby GIVE NOTICE, that they are reaijy to receive TENDERS for the LOAN thereof, in sums of L500 each, to be secured by the Company's Bonds, bearing Interest at the rate off6 per cent. per Annum, payable Half- yearly. The Principal to be repaid at the end of three or five years, as may be arranged at the time the re- spective advances are made. Tenders to be made to the Secretary, at the Dock Office, Newport, on or before THURSDAY, the 25Lh instant. JER. CAIRNS, Secretary.







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