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THEATRE, C A 11 D I F F. BY AUTHORITY. MR. WOULDS'S BENEFIT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1841, The Evenings Performances will commence with COLMAN's admired Comedy of THE POOR GENTLEMAN. Doctor Ollapod Mr. WOULDS. ID which Character he will introduce the Comic Song of I, The Cosmetic Doctor." At the end of the Comedy, the Celebrated PAS BE SCHALB, By Mr. and Mrs. LECLERCQ. After which, for the first time in Cardiff, a New Comedietta called THE PRINTER'S DEVIL. Count de Maurepas (Minister to Louis 16th), Mr. T. GREEN. Pierre Pica (the Printer's Devil)..Mr. WOULDS. In the coarse of the Evening, Mr. WOULDS will Sing "WBIRRY IPJEUKOOIEiII.'AlB," AND "DOLCE DOLL CONSENTO The whole to conclude with (never Acted in Cardiff), a New Farce, called [lJra Brother Ron Mr. T. GREEN. Snuffleton Mr. WOULDS. On TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1841, SHAKSPERE'S Celebrated Tragedy, OTHELLO. Othello Mr. CHARLES PERKINS. Iago Mr. HARRINGTON. Cuiio Mr. BRAID. Roderigo Mr. W. H. ANGEL. Montano Mr. FRAZER. Deademona Miss ELLIS. Emilia Mrs. MACREADY. vf Favourite Dance by Alrs. LECLERCQ. After which THE SECOND MEETING OF THE LADIES' CLUB. MISS ELLIS, IN THE CHAIR. MEMBERS OF THE CLUB. Mrs. Fitzaymtb, (President).Miss ELLIS. Mrs Major Mortar (Vice President) Mrs G. NORMAN Hon Mrs Derby (Secretary).. Miss LECLERCQ Mrs Bookly (Librarian) .Mrs. W. H. ANGEL. Mrs. Twankay .Mrs. MACNAMARA Susan, (Maid of all work) Mrs. HUTCHINS. MEMBERS OF THE RIVAL CLUBS. Major Mortar, of the M.S Mr. HARRINGTON. Mr. Twankay, (of the Oriental),. Mr. SILV ER. Capt. Fitzsymth (of the Guards).. Mr. MULFORD. Hamner Mr. W. H. ANGEL. Hon. Mr. Derby (of Boodles) ..Mr. BRAID. Mr. Bookly, of the Athenaeum. Mr. H. FRAZER. Sir Charles Lavender (ofCrockfords). Mr. T GREEN Fricandeau. Mr. ARTAUD. In preparation SHAKSPBRE's celebrated Play, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, which has been acted for Upwards of One Hundred Nights. STAGE MANAGER, Mr. CHARLES PERKINS Of the Theatres Royal Covent Garden and Drury Lane. BOXES, 3.PIT, 2s.-GALLERY, 1 s.-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 be left at their Houses, are requested to signify the same to the Management. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed, that the MERTHYR and SWANSEA MAIL COACH will discontinue Running to and from the above places, on and after SUND\Y, the Fourteenth NOVEMBER, 1811 j but wiil commence again in the Spring, of which due notice will be given. Merthyr, Nov. 10, 1841. MONMOUTHSHIRE. To be OnJ tip flurhott, BY E. PRITCHARD, AT THE KING'S HEAD INN, In the Town of Newport, On SATURDAY, the 20th of NOV EM BER, 1841, Between the hours of 4 and 6 in the Afternoon, (Subject to such conditions as shall be then and there producerl,) THK FOLLOWING VALUABLE COPPICE WOODS, LOT I. ABOUT Six Acres of COPPICE WOOD, called Graig-y-Merchant Vach, in the Parish of RASSALLEG. within a Mile of the Monmouthshire Cat")), containing a quantity of HURDLE HOOP, and CORDWOOD. LOT 2.-Ah,,ut Twelve Acres of COPPICE HOOD, CI\'I..o Burnt Wood, in the Parish of !1\SS\LLE({ adjoining the Five Lanes, containing « quantity of B-<rk, Pit Timber, and Cordwood. I.r 3.— \bout Five Acres of COPPICE WOOD, rilled Coed Cock, in the Parish of MACHEN, adjoin- ing the Rtimnev Railway, containing a quantity of Pit and CurctwOIod. LOT 4 —About Twpntv-eiffht Acres of COPPICE WOOD, called Coed Nest, in the Parish of NIACti EN, adjoining the Sirhowy Tram Road, containing a quantity of Pit, Hurdle, and Hoop Stuff. LOT 5.—About Eighteen Acres of COPPICE WOOD, on Gwae'od-y-Waun Farm, in the Parish of Bedwellty, adjoining the Ruinney Railway, con- taitfing it quantity of Pit Timber, Hurdle, and Cord- wood. LOT 6.—About Ten Acres of COPPICE WOOD, called IVern Ddu, in the Hamlet of Lanvedow, con- taining a quantity of excellent Pit and Cordwood. LOT 7.—About Eight Acres of COPPICE WOOD, clflled Mill Wood, in the Hamlet of Lanvedow, con- taining a quantity of Hurdle, Hoop, and Cordwood. LOT S.-About Six Acres of COPPICE WOOD, c-illed Wernlcision Wood, in the Hamlet of Lanve- dow, containing a quantity of Pit and Cordwood. For a view of the Woods, apply to Mr. Hobert Voun<r, Park House, in the Parish of Bassalleg, II" ,Yil I direct a person to shew the same. For further particulars Hpp y at the Tredegar "fuci4, Newport; Messrs. Birch and Davis, Solicitors, or to the Auctioneer, if by letter, po«t-pai<t. the undersigned being LANDOWNERS or VV n-i'v Authorized AGENTS of Landowners -i.mv J,. s'ARISM of PENMARK in the County of.iLAMO -GAN. whoee interest is not less than u.fullnh purl (Y the whole value of LLe Land, to lines in the said Parish, do by this Notice io WriLiQgunder our hands, call a PAROCHIAL MEETING of LANDOWNERS within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of appointing a V.iaer or Valuers to Apportion the TITHES of the ■nid Parish, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the Sixth and Seventh Years of the reign ••I bis late Majesty, intituled "An Act for the Com- •ruUiion of Tithes in England and Wales;" And do horebif also give Notice, that such Meeting • tu he held at the Dwelling-home of Mr. JOHN .1 ENK INS. in the said Parish, on THURSDAY, the Second day of DECEMBER next, at the hour of at N-oon. Given under our hands, this Thirtieth day of abrr. 1841. ROBERT OLIVER JONES. BBFMMlN WOOD. UNRESERVED SALE- MERTHYR TYDFIL. TO Master Colliers, Contractors, Hauliers, and Others. TO mill 1?6W &ID'CG1YTI@, BY MR. THOMAS DAVIES, On JIONDA Y next, NO VEJIBER tile 15th, ISH, AT THE BUSH INN, MERTHYR TYDFIL, TWENTY-TWO MOST USEFUL DRAUGHT HORSES, WITH THEIR HARNESS, All in Excellent Working Condition. THE whole are consigned to the Auctioneer for immediate and unrestricted sale, the owner having no further use for them. The Sale will will take place at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. MATTHEW W-HITTINGTON, ON THE PREMISES, At Hendreforgan Colliery, In the Parish of LANGUICKE, On SATURDA Y, the 20th of NO VEMBER, 1841, A SUPERIOR High Pressure Steam Engine OF FORTY-HORSE POWER, IN PERFECT REPAIR, with Boilers, Winding _t. Apparatus, Pumps, Pumping Bobs, Rods, Ropes, Chains, and other articles connected therewith, to- gether with A LOT OF TRAM PLATES, Laid and Inlaid, and other Colliery Materials. The Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock. Further particulars may be had on application to the Auctioneer or to Mr. Cuthbertson, Solicitor, Neath. TO THE PACKET TEA AGENTS OF SOUTH AND NORTH WALES. The East India Tea Company, Of No. 9, Great St. Helen's, BISHOPSGATE STREET, LONDON, ALLOW 8d. per lb. upon the 5s. TEA, and Is. per lb. on the 6s.; and can supply their friends with Teas at 4s. 6d. per lb., also at 3s. 10d. per lb. with Teas at 4s. 6d. per lb., also at 3s. 10d. per lb. nett Cash.—Prices by the Chest:—Bohea, 3s. lOLL; Congou, 4s., 4s. 2d 4s 4d., 4s. 6d., 4s. lOd. Gun- powder, 4s. 8d., 48. lùd., 5s. 4d., 5s. I Od. Imperials, Twankays, and Hysons, proportionably lower; Hyson Skins, 3s. 8d. No Credit given. PILL, NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. SHIP CHANDLERY AND IRONMONGERY BUSINESS TO BE DISPOSED OF. AN excellent opportunity now presents itself to any Person desirous of embarking In the above Lines of Business, the whole of the WELL ASSORTED STOCK AND TRADE Of the late Firm of TAPSON AND WEBBER being now to be Disposed Of under a Deed of Assignment. To a person of active habits, who is possessed of a moderate capital, the above possesses extraordinary advantages, as the Premises are so eminently calcu- lated for carrying on profitably the above Trades, being situated in the common thoroughfares of all the Iron and Coal Wharfs in Pillgwenlly, and the oidy Shop of the sort below Newport, a distance of one mile. To treat for the same, apply to BOOTH, RICHARDS, and Co., Birmingham; or THOMAS CHAMBERLAIN, 97, Redcliffe-street, Bristol.

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