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THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE, HENRY JEFFERY, Commander, ARE INTENDED TO SAIL NEXT WEEK, as follows- C From the Bute Ship Dock. J FltOM CARDIFF Nov. 15.. Monday. Nautilus 6 morning 16..Tuesday .I.a<ly Charlotte 6 rooming 17..Weduesdav Nautilus fil morning 18..Thursday .Lady Charlotte 7 morning 19.. Friday .Nauutnw. 7J morning 20..Saturday .l.aily Charlotte 8 morning KltOM BRISTOL. Nov. 15.. Monday Lady Charlotte 6i morning 16..Tuesday .Nautilus. 7 morning 17.. Wednesday I.ady Charlotte 7 morning 18..Thursday .Nautilus. 7. morning 19.. Friday Lady Charlotte S morning 20.. Saturday Nautilus. 8 morning Carriagesand Horses must be along-side an hour and a half preVIOII to the time of Sailing, otherwise they cannot be Shipped, in conseqnence of Locking through t he N-ew Docks. 8" Coach to Bridgend through Cowbridge, im- mediately on arrival of the Packets Leaving Bridgend 3k hours previous to the Packets departure from Cardiff. FA it Er.Atfer Cabin. 5s.-Fore Cahin.II. Children under 12 Years of Age, alf-I)rice.- Dogs, Is 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.; Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin tit..Fore Cabin, 7s. 6ti.; Cattle, 6s. j Sheep, Is. 6d These Irare. inellllle every expense. a::T Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. Freightcrs are requested to order all Goods intended for the NAUTILUS to he sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Robert Chaplin. Cumherland Basin Locks anil for the LADY CH\LOTTU, to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets, at the expeuse of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge. Aberditre. Cowhridge, Bridgend, Ltantrissent,and Caerl)hilly.-Gootis forwarded to these Places in Spring Waggons 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.-Freiglit to be paid on delivery. Goods, Package1, Parcels, &c. forwarded to allparls of the Kingdom withou* (iclay, when sent to either of their 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 Oflice on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr John Griffith Jones. Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS Pac. ket; ami of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr W. B. Owen, 29, Avon Cres. cent, Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE I'acket. NOTICE.-The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable 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 liristoi, if above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in pro- portion paid for the same, at the time of Iloot-itig.- 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 good3 to he considered as lieiis, not ouly for freight and charges due therenll. but also for all previously un- satisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weiglns or measurement, claims for loss or damage, Sec., cannot beallowed, unles a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. By Virtue of an Order of Her Majesty's Court of Review made in the Bankruptcy of David Storm, To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, PEREMPTORILY, On SATURDAY, the 27th day of November, 1811 By MR. THOMAS WATKINS, 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 EXTENSIVK PREMISES, NOW occupied bv Mr. STORM, situate on the South side, of CROCKH ERBTOWN, in Cardiff cotitiiiiii). on the Ground Floor, spacious Dining and Drawing Rooms, Breakafst Parlour, and Study, together with Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Ser- vant's Hall, China Pantry, Washhouse, with Laundry over it, Larder, and other convenient offices. It has Eight large Bedrooms on the lirst nnd se- cond floors, besides two rooms over the Kitchens. There are Two excellent dry nrched Wine and Beer Cellars. Behind the dwelling-house is a ernod Four Stalled Stable and a Coach-house, with H ty loft above, with a spacious Court Yard. There is also a Garden adjoining, 47 yards by 12. The Fittins in the China Paltry, Kitchen, and offices, may be taken at a variation if wished. For leave to view, apply on rhe premises; and for further particulars, to Messrs. PROTHRRO and TOWGOOO. Solicitors, Newport or to Mr. g. P. RICHARDS, Solicitor, Cardiff. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY Alteration of Trains for the Winter. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT on and after the 1st of NOVEMBER. 1841, the TRAINS will leave PADDINGTON for CIRENCESTER. BATH, BRISTOL, and BRIDG- VV ATER, as follows:— a.m. p.m. 6 o'clock 5 o'clock to Bristol only S 8 55 Mail 10 15 Day Mail a.m ) 12 noon 4 30 • (-Goods' Train p.m. p.m. ( a 9 30 Anll from "Bridgwater, Bristol, and Bath, to Pad- diii,to-n a. in. p M. 7 o'clock from Bristol 3 30 from Bridgwater 8 40 It 40 Mail 9 30 from Bridgwater a.m. ) 11 30 ditto 8 1 'T p.m. p.m. f Goods Train 12 44 ditto 6 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 ro- j "r 1 40 5 45 I Go°ds rrain 3 30 Passengers may be booked to Cheltenham, Exeter, Plymouth, Devon port, at the Rail tvay-ollice, Princes- Btreet, Bank, or at the Paddington station- Further particulars of trains aod the stoppages at different stations may be known by application at the Company's offices and stations. Oct. 29, 1841. j THE I <$dlB3 £ D £ tS>3> ADVERTISER, AND MIlgTMfl (SiifellM is PUBLISHED 13ARLY EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT THE OFFICE, USHUIKIS ilRrn9 GjmiMIFIF. GENERAL PBINTI N G, S!P dl !J J:! CDI7lBW-œ AND BOOKSELLINC ESTABLISHMENT. HENRY WEBBER, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF, PROPRIETOR and PUBLISHER of the above JL Journal, respectfully announces that 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. ORDERS FOR Books, Magazines, and Periodicals. EXECUTED oi THE SHOTrEST NOTICE; IPIEIMl'IISTC Of every description in a superior style, THE EXTENSIVE Vaviet& of ifttoHertt BEING ADAPTED FOR BOOK, PLAIN, AND ORNAMENTAL WORK; B&NOfiXLLS, BILLS OF LADING, SHIPPING NOTES, atictiotterro, (ftatalogunj, PUBLIC NOTICES, LAW FORMS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF WORK mmtyzrnmnm>nIF@im, PRINTED ON TOr Siiortm In the best manner and most reasonable Terms; ^(33(aTOy^» IBTI)oOmz RULED TO PATTHKN. AND MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES IN ALL ITS BnA SORES, COMBINING ELE- GANCE WITH CHEAPNESS AND DURABILITY. AGENT FOR THE BRITISH FIRE OFFICE. All ORDERS directed to the GUARDIAN OFFICE, DUKE-STREET, Cardiff, will be promptly attended to, and satisfactorily executed. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE LET BY TENDER, Atod entered tipeti I-ady-dty etisuing, ALL THAT FARM & LANDS CALLED PAR X.M-3ACH, SITUATIS IN THE PARISH OF NEWCASTLE, In the County of Glamorgan, Now in the Occupation of Mr. James Hughes. FURTHER particulars may be bad Qf Mr GEORGE DODS. Little Gnoll; 0r at the office of Mr. CUTII BERrSO, Solicitor, Neath. And all persons desirous of taking the above premises mast deliver Sealed Tenders for the same to Mr. Dods, at his residence, oil or before Monday' the 22nd instant. The tenders will be opened at Twelve o'clock on that day; and tile most eligible offer if there be one approved of, will be accepted. Dated the 3rd day of November, 1841. TOWN OF BRIDGEND, GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be & £ >m by miction, AT TilE WYNDHAM AIOIS INN, BRIDGEND, On Saturdaj, the 27th November, 1841, Between the hours of O.ie atii Three in the after- noon, subject to such conditions as shall be then and tnere produced,— ALL THOSE TWO MESSUAGES OR DWELLING-HOUSES, SHOP AND premises IfiiSr*,N"MR- »" SPS The above premises are advantageously siti.nted for business, beintr opposite the New Market, and are held under a lease granted by the Earl of Ounraven. for a texin of 50 years, commencing from the 1st of May, 1833, at a reserved Rent of jE:9 7s., and pro- ducing Annually Further particulars may be had on application to, the proprietor Mr. Thomas Jones, White Hart Bridgend, or to Mr. Cuthbertson, Solicitor, Neath. Birmingham and Gloucester Railway. TIIE PUBLIC is informed, that this Company are now prepared to Convey Goods between BRISIOL and BIRMINGHAM, LIVERPOOL, or MANCilESl ER, at the fnllowing Scale of charges, exclusive of Collection or Delivery iri Bristol or Birmingham: — B'-twem Bristol lie'ween Bristol and Birmingham, nil Liver|>uol, U.. or Manchester, llip conveyance be- t»een Bristol ami Gloucester be by wa!r,- In the first Classification, per 8. d. 8. d, c ton 0 13 6 Pi,,r,j. 17 6 33 6 22 6 4J 0 SL; 32 6 60 0 tWOf'n Bristol Pi G!ou- I' I)Y In the Fourth Classification, 35 0 52 6 F,l!h 42 6 7Q Q no s rom Bristol for Liverpool or Manchester, which are expressly ordered by Land Carriage .if r'S-01 dnc' Gloucester, will be delivered at eir ea inatioa on the following morning, those by water in ordinary course. The charge for Collection or Delivery of Gnods, ill Birmingham, w, he Two shillings per Ton; in liristol, 1 wo shillings and six-pence per Ion. ^is s o ie principal articles in each Classification, and every other information may beobtained on appli- cation (either personally or bv .letter) to Mr. Kidder, Camp Hill Station, Binningham or at any of the Company's Offices or Booking Stations ortosouthan, Evans and Co. the appointed Agents of the Com- f|an/ra rl r!8 ° ? W 1 "s rcspectfully requested hat Goods from thence, intended to be forwarded by this Railway may be consigned. "• ^out'1'ln an(J Son are the appointed Agents 0 the Company at Newport, Cardiff, Swansea, &c. By Order, 10 vv 1 O. GEORGE KING, Secretary. 12, Waterloo Street, B.rminiiham th October, 1841. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. E. PRITCHARD Has received instructions from the Proprietor (who has left Newport) to oxcic* for Sale bv auction, On WEDNESDAY, the 24th of NOVEMBER, 1841, at FIVB o'clock in the Evening, at the KING'S IIEAD INN, NEWPORT, (Subject to Conditions that will then be produced,) THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, COMPRISING THE FOLLOWING LOTS, VIZ., LOT r. ALL that MESSUAGE. DWELLING-HOUSE, and SHOP, situate at the Corner of HIGH- STREET and "KIN NEit-STREFT, in the Town of Newport, containing Eleven Sitting 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 of 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, which it lately was, at a trifling expeuitob The Premises are in the centre of the POPULOUS AND FLOURISHING TOWN OF NEWPORT, and inits PRINCIPAL THOROUGHFARE. They present a Frontage of 116 Feet 6 inches of handsome and Modem Elevalion. Under the House is a BONDED CELLAR, for Wines and Spirits (now in the Occupation of Mr. James Wint/e), 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 carried on. and if required, the Presses, Type, and Fixtures may be taken to at a Valuation. LOT 2.—All that MESSUAGE or BUILDING, with the Appurtenances, situate in Slinner-street, in the said Town of Newport, adjoining the above, now let to the Commissioners of Customs for the Term of 72 Years or thereabouts, 03 Years of which, or nearly to, are unexpired, at the Yearly Rent of £ 50; to be used by them as a [J=IJ@QD$Œ. These Premises have been put into complete Repair, at a considerable expense, within the last Three months. LOT 3.-All that WAREHOUSE or BUILDING adjoining the Custom House, occupied by Messrs. tlughes g* ro., (Yearly Tenants,) at the Rent of i?30 per Annum, used as CORN LOFTg. The Ground floor is appioved 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. —All that PIECE or PARCEL of GROUND, adjoining the last-mentioned Lot. well calculated for BUILDING, &c., situate near the ,$fonmoitth, hire Canal and Tram. Road. ft is now used as a YARD, on which is built a STABLE, both together, let for the annual rentalt)ft2i,4 8s. 0d. The Ground is enclosed by a Wall about J2 feet in heiffht, and sufficiently strong for Building 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 £ 20 per Annum for the Unexpired Term of a LEASE of 54 Years, from the 1st September last, arising out of Victoria Square, in the aforesaid Town of Newport, on which is built 23 HOUSES (One Double). Also, the Reversion of 9 Years or thereabouts, on the fore- going 23 Houses, from the expiration of the Term of fit Years, which Houses and Premises are now Let for the Annual Rent of about £220 per Annum. The above Premises are held under Lease from Sir C. Morgan, Bart., for the remainder of the Term of 80 Years, commencing the 1st May, 18*24, under the Yearly Sum of £23 17s. 6d., part of the Rent Reserved by the Lease, which will be charged on the Premises- in the following pro. portions,-T,ot I, £16 17s 6d.; Lot 2, £ 3j Lot 3, f2; and Lot 5. X2. The Premises may be viewed on application to the respective Tenants; or to Mr. CLEM ENTS, Chemist, Newport; and for further particulars, application may be made to Messrs. PROTHERO and TOWGOOD, Solicitors, Newport; to Mr. HENRY rA IIP., I I tor, Newport; to Mr. HENRY W E 13 B E R, Guardian Office, Cardiff, Glamorganshire or to the Auctioneer. {VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That applica- L^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 Yenr of the reign of bis la te Majt'sty William the Fourth, intituled An Act for the better Paving, Cleansing, Lighting, and other- wise Improving the Town ol Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan," and for gr,itititig 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 «f October, 1841. E. P. RICHARDS, Solicitor. BRECONSIIIRE. PURE BRED Alderney and Hereford CATTLE, AND CROPS OF HAY AND CORN, &c., FOR SALE. HUGI-I JONES BEGS to announce, that he lias been instructed by Mr. HODGES, who has given up his Farm, TO SELL BY AUCTION, On TUESDAY, the 16th day of NOVEMBER, 1841, (the day before Brecon Fair) the whole ofllls STOCK AND CROPS, AT TY-ISHA LLAN- I thew, (Within a Alile. and a Half of Rrecon,) i.i— w.uuitM li x lJATTLr;, l'our very handsome Milch Cows, to Calve in February next; 2 in Call, Heifers, ditto; 2 Yearling ditto, and 1 Bull Calf. HEREFORD CATTLE, Four good Milch Cows in Calf: 3 in Calf, Heifers; and 2 Fat Cows. SHEEP, Eighty Fat Wethers, fit for the Butcher; 30 Leicester L%ves, an(] 2 itarns. Thirteen Pigs, good Porkers; an(I I Sow and 9 Pigs; 5 Young and powerful Cart Horses; 2 Cart Colts, and 1 two years old Colt, by Polio; and 6 Ponies. CROPS, One Rick of Wheat; 3 ditto of Barley; I 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 I Cart; together with a HANDSOME GIG, AND A GOOD GIG JfARE, Warranted steady in Harness. The Sale will commence at Twelve o'clock pre- cisely; and Four Months' Credit given on approved Security. ° NEWPORT DOCK, MONMOUTHSHIRE. November 2nd, 1841. THE NEWPORT DOCK COMPANY being -—- empowered by their Acts of Parliament to take up on Bond, the sum of E15,000, do hereby GIVE NOTICE, that they are ready 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 of jE6 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 25th instant. „ JER. CAIRNS, Secretary. GLAMORGAN S&IRE. So be 3Let, AND ENTERED ON THE 2d OF FEBRUARY NEXT, A VERY DESIRABLE FAXtDX, CONTAINING, by admeasurement, 104 Acres C more or less, AR ABLE and PASTURE LAND, with FARVI HOUSE aud OUT BUILDINGS, situate in the Village of SOUTHERNDOVVN, in the Parish of SAINT BRIDE'S MAJOR; distant about 3 Miles from the g.)od Market Town of Bridg- end. The Farm is particularly well ndapted for the Turnip Husbandry, and the Tenalltwill be entitled to depasture his Stock on the oxtensive range of Oginore Down, which is a most valuable and bealihy Sheep Walk. For further particulars apply to Mr. Charles Thomas, of Southemdown; or Mr. Win. Eagleton, at Bonvilstone. IRON WORKS FOR SALE. o be 1)22 firibate Contract, THE VIO TO III A IRON W OH It S In the County of Monmouth, WITH THE Valuable Mineral Property THERETO BELOSGrNG. THE Works consist of FOUR BLAST FUR- NACES, and ROLLING MILLS, capable of making 250 Tons of Bar Iron Weekly. Full particulars may be obtained on application to the Directors of the Monnjouthihiro Iron and Coal Company, Harington Place, Bath. Dated 2nd November, 1841. BRYNMAWR, BRECONSHIRE. -0- ffo be Aaltr fil) litirtiott, BY MR. JOHN WILLIAMS, On MONDAY, the 6th day of DECEMBER, 1841, at the BRITANNIA INN, situate at BRYN" MAWR, in the Parish of LLANELLY, in the County of BRECON, (by Virtue of and under a Power or Trust for SALE, for the benefit of the CREDITORS of lHr. WALTER WATKINS, and subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced) LOT I. ALLthat MESSUAGEor DWftfjUNG HOUSE, J.A. known by the sign of THE BRITANNIA INN, situate as above mentioned, with a good Underground CELLAR, BREW-HOUSE, GAR- DEN, Roomy STABLE, and other conveniences attached. LOT 2,All that COTTAGE or TENEMENT, and Premises adjoining or near to Lot 1, now in the occupation of William Morgan, as tenant thereof. LOT 3.—All those TWO COTTAGES or TENE- MENTS 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 lydfil, adjoining the Boat Company's Coal Yard; and is held under a Lease from his Grace The Duke of Beaufort, for the Lives 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 and Batt, Solicitors, Abergavenny. Sale to commence at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. Abergavenny, 4th Nov., 1841. itutgtoit fturttpifte 15rttot. NOTICE IS HEREBY GrvEN.timt the TOLLS arising at the several Gates leading into the Town of KINGTON, in the County of Hereford also Legion Cross, Milton, Eecles Green, Titley, the Avenue, Eardislev, and Lyonshall Gate, WILL BE LET TO THE BEST BIDDER, At the house of JOHV ROBERTS. at the KING'S HEAD INN, in the Town of KINGTON, on TUESDAY, the 23rcl day of NOVEMBER next, at the hour of Twelve o'clock at'Noon, ill the manner directed by the Act? passed in the third and fourth years of the reign of his late Majestv King George the Fourth for regulating Turnpike Roads." The above lolls will be let for one, two, or three years, either together and in one lot, or in several lots, and the Tolls for S'age Coaches will or will not be excepted out of such letting, as the Trustees shall then in thosejrespects appoint. Whoever happens to be the 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 give security, with sufficient suretifg, 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 elected 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 Gatt's im- medtateiy after the hour of Twelve o'clock at Noon of the above rlay, and the renters will be required to bring forward their securities within seven days, in default of which the month's pny in advance will be forfeited. By order of the Trustees, THOMAS PRICE, Clerk of the Trustees to the said Turnpike Road. Kington, October llfh, 1841. SALUS POPULI LEX SUPEEMA. DISEASES arising from the irregularities of youth speedily removed by eminen Surgeons, of long experience in theMetropotis.and the most vi,)Ipnt Gonorrhoea (if recently couiracted), CURED within a wei'k.or no charge made for inrdicizie after the expiration of that [>criod.-Physicialls'honrs of attendance, at 118, Hill, from eleven till one a,id at 344, Strand, one door from Catherine Street, from twelve 10 two o'clock every day. Surgical attendance at each esiab- lishmi'nt every evening, from seven to nine. The sufferer from immoderate indulgenc of the passions,or the practice of a solitarv vice, the destructive effects of which are manifested in lo?s of virility, d'>rsal consumption, and in many other disorders which so often renders life an unvaried scene of despondency. will receive, at this establishment, such information, familiarly explained, and a successful mode of self cure pointed out, Jhe result of a series of years' practical experience, which will preclude the necessity of a personal interview. Patients may confidently rely on a gradual but perfect restoration of their os igitial bodily powers by strictly adhering to the rilles laid down by the medical gentleman attending this es'al'lishment, which has been supported by the most eminent physicians and surgeons in the Metropolis. Persons residing in the remotest pait of the country can be treated successfully on describing minutely their symptoms, age, habits of life, &c., and inclosing a remit- tance for medicine, which can be forw.irded to any purtof the wor d, securely packed, and carefully protected from observation. All letter, to be addressed to "AT. O. WTIAY, 118, Holbora [I Patients, during their indisposition, can he accommodated with apartments in Mr Wray's house, with or without board. Agettt for Merthyr and Dowlait-Mr. TITHE COMMISSION. NOTICE. THE TITHE COMMISSIONERS for England ± and Wales HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that on the Sixteenth day of November next, they will pro- ceed, either by themselves or by an Assistant Commissioner, to ascertain and award the total sum to be paid by way of Rent-charge, instead of the Tithes of tho Parishes of GWEHELLOG, GWERNESNEY, LLANBADDOCK, LLANGK- VIEN, LLANTHEWY FACH. MONKSHOOD, and lJSK, in the County of MONMOUTH, according to the provisions of the Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales and that the first Meeting for this purpose will be holden at the CLARENCE INN, in PONTYPOOL, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon of the dayabove mentioned, when all persons interested are desired to attend. Dated this Twentieth day of October, 1841. By Order of the Board, J. E. HOVENDEN, Secretary. Tithe Commission Office. (0. 1)-227. TO BE SOLD, AT DUFFRYN, NEAR CARDIFF, A Thorough Bred Ayrshire Bull, AGED FOUR YEARS, P R Ie E-T E N GUINEAS. APPLY TO THOMAS HARRIS, BAILIFF. GLAMORGANSHIRE To tie QIDIZF 131) Auction, BY MR. J. AUBREY, At the GREAT HOUSE, in the Village of ABUR- THIN, near the Town of COWBRIDGF,, On THURSDA F, the 18th NOVEMBER. 1841, and following day, ALL THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND FARMINC STOCK, Tho Property of the late MISS MORGAN, CONSISTING of 8 prime Feather Beds, with Blankets, Sheets, Counterpanes, and Quilts to correspond, Hair and Flock Mattresses, Bedstea,13 and Furniture, a quantity of Table Linen, Napkins, and Towels, Carpets and Hearth RUMs, Mahogany Dining Tables, Pembroke and Card Tables, Deal and Oak Tables, Mahogany Dressing Tables, Mahogany Night Tables, Mahogany and Deal Waabhand-stands, Mahogany Bureau and Bookcase, several Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Oak and Walnut ditto, 8-day Clock in a Mahogany Case, Mahogany and Beech Chairs, Mahogany Sofa, large Cedar Chest, Swing and Pier Looking Glasses, an'excellent Bath Chair, nearly new, Glass, China, and Earthenware, a small Library of Books, Fenders and Fire Irons, 3 Stove Grates, 1 Kitchen ditto, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, likewise the Kitchen Requisites. The FARMING STOCK comprises, 2 capital MilclJ Cows, 1 Fat ditto, 2 Draft Horses, 2 fine Store Pigs, a Mow of well harvested Hay, an excellent 2-Horse Cart Stone Roller, 2 Sets of Harness, about 20 Sacks of Potatoes, Pikes, Rakes, &c. Tlie Farming Stock witt beSottr-on the first day's Sale. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the Fore- noon; and the whole will be Sold without the least reserve. PERRY'S Purifying Specific Pills, Price 2s 9d, 4s 6d, and lls per box (Observe, the signature of It and L. PERRY and Co., on the outside of each wrapper), RE well known throughout Europe and America i*. to be the most certain and effectual cure ever disl covered for every stage and symptom of the Venerea Disease, in both sexes, including Gonorrhoea, Gleets Secondary Symptoms, Strictures, Seminal Weakness Deficiency, and all diseases of the Urinary Passages, with out loss of time, confinement, or hindrance from business. They have effected the most surprising cures not only in recent and severe cases, but when salvation and all other means have fi-iled and are of the utmost import- anceto those afflicted with Scorbutic Affections, Eruptions in any part of the body. Ulcerations, Scrofulous or Vene- real Taint, being justly calculated to cleanse the blood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection, and restore weak and emacipated constitutions to pristine health and vigour. They are particularly recommended to be taken before persons enter into the matrimonial state, lest the indis- cretions of a parent are the source of vexation to him the remainder of his existence by afflicting his innocent but unfortunate offspring, with the evil eruptions of a malig- nant tendency, and a variety of other complaints, that are most assuredly introduced by the satn." neglect and imprudence. The Cordial Balm of Syriacum is intended to relieve those persons, who, by an immo- derate indulgence of their passions, have ruined their constitutions, or in their way to the consummation of that deplorable state arc affected with any of those previous symptoms that betray its approach, as the various affec- tions of the nervous system, obstinate gleets, excesses, irregularity, obstructions, weaknesses, total impotencv, barrenness, &c. A peiseverance in its use has been the happy means of relieving many thousands, and of restor ing a great number to the permanent enjoyment of life' It is remarkable for its efficacy in all disorders of the digestive organs. and is especially recommended to those, who, from the irregularities of youthful ale, habits of studious application, or a life of pleasure, have fallen into a despondent state of mind, and that distressing train of symptoms commonly denominated the nervous. In SIJ<c:¡ persons the in,-nial are not Ie's enfeebled than the cor- poreal, atid to them a remedy that acts with efficacy, without interfering with domestic habits, is peculiarly desirable. S ild in Bottles, price I Is. each, or the quantity of four in one family Bottle for 33s. (including Messrs Perry and (t).'s we] I known TilKATISE on Secret Vice, &c.), by which one lis. Bot le is saved. (Observe the signa- ture of if. and L. PERRY and Co., on the outside of each wrapper ) The Five Pound Cases (the purchasing of which will be a saving of One Pound Twelve Shillings,) may be had as usual at 4. Great Charles Street liiimingbam, and 44 Albion Street, Leeds; and Patients in the Country who require a courseof this admirable medirinc, should send Five Pounds by letter, which will entitle them to the full benefit of such advantage.

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