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NOTICES, &c. EMIGRATION TO THE OITED STATES. FIRST SPRING SHIP FOR NEW YORK DIRECT. THE SUrEIlIOR FAST FIRST CLASS, COrPER 8AILINQ, JKLgMjyL "FASTENED SHIT, SAILING, JKLgMjyL "FASTENED SHIP, 800 TONS BURTHEN, Will Sail on or about the 20th February, 1843, Wind and Weather permitting, THIS VESSEL is a regular Trader to America, and has superior accommodation for Passengers. As she will be only partially loaded, and this being the best season of the year for making a QUICK PASSAGE, the oppor- tunity thus offered to Emigrants is in every respect desirable. IIAS ROOM FOR LIGHT GOODS. For further particulars apply to EDWARDS, ROGERS and Co., (late John Corner & Co.), Offices, Corn-Street, Newport. NOTICE. 15 Monmouth and Glamorgan Banking Company. A HALF YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the PROPRIETORS of the above COMPANY will be held on MONDAY, the 13th day of FEBRUARY next, at the KING'S HEAD INN, in the Town of NEWPORT, at One o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, for the purpose of RECEIVING the REPORT of the DIRECTORS, as to the DIVIDEND for the SIX MONTHS, ending the 31st of December last; and on other Special Allairs. By order of the Board, H. WYBORNE JONES, Head Office, Newport, Chairman. Jan. 12th, 1843. BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY No. 1, PRINCE'S STREET. HANK, LONDON. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament IV. Vict. cap. IX DIRECTORS. 11 0" William Hardgett, Esq I R Itt Eglinton, rtmq. Samuel Bevington, I<'q Erasmus Roht. I, ost e r, Elq, WII\I"echney Hlllc\¡. Esq Alex Robert Irvine, Esq 's John Brightman, Esq Peter Morrison Esq George Cohen. Fsq Henry Lewis Smale, Esq M i 11 is Coventry, Esq 1'homss leed. Esq. John Drewett, Fsq AUDITORS. J. B. Bevington, Fsq.-F. P. Cockerill, Esq.—J. D. Dow, Esq. MEDICAL OFFICKR. John Clendinnitig, M.I) F.11 & 16. Willlpole St., Cavendish Sq. STANDING COUNSEL. The Hon.John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. — Mr.Serjeant Murphy, M.P., Temple. SOLICITOR. William Bevan, Esq., Old Jewry. BANKEUS- Messrs. Drewett and Fowler, l'tinces Street. Bank. This Institution is empowered by a Special Act of Parliament, and is 10 constituted as to afford the benefits of Lit", Assurance in their fullest extent to Policy-Holders, and to present greater facilitiea and accommodation than are usually otfered by otber Companies. The decided superiority of its plan, and its claim to public preference and support, have been proved incontestably, by its extraordinary and unprecedented success. Assurances may either b* effected by Parties on their own Live), or by Parties interested therein on the Lites of tthers The effect of all Assurance on a person's own life is to create at once a Property in% Reversion, which can by no other means be realized. Take, for instance, the case, of a person at the age of Thirty, who by the payment of 51. 3s. 4d. to the Britannia Life Assurance Company, call becottio at once possess- d of a beqneathable property, amounlill to 10001., subject only to the condition of his continuing the ttime payment quarterly during the remainder of his i,fe, condition which may be fulfilled by the mere saving of EIGHT SHILLINGS weekly in his expenditure I Thus, by the exertion of a very slight drgrce of economy-such i ndeed, as can scarcely be felt as an inconvenience, he may at once realize a capital of 10001., which he can bequeath or dis- pose of in any way he may think proper A Board of Directors in attendance daily at Two o'clock. PUTEK MORRISON, Esq.. Hesiden 1 director. Detailed Prospectuses, and every requisite information as to the mode of effecting Assurances, may be obtained upon appli- cation to the following AGENTS— NEWPORT Jenkins. m TREDEGAR .Mr. George Harrhy, Bank. CtlEPSTotT Air. J. It. Baldwyn, Solicitor MONMOUTH MR. T. George, Solicitor. INFLUENZA, COUGHS, AND COLDS. SIMCO'S ESSENCE of LINSEED is the most effica- cious remedy ever discovered for the relief ot persons suffering from Iiiflttenza the two first doses generally arrest tthe progress of this distressing complaint, and a httle persever- ance completely removes it. Children's Coughs, as well as xecent ones in adults, will he removed by a few doses (frequent y iby the first), and asthmatic psrsons, who previously had not boon able to lie down) in bed. have received the utmost benefit from the use of SIMCO'S ESSENCE OF LINSEED. Sold by A. Willonghby and Co late B. G. Willdus, 61, Bishops- patte Street Without. London, and all Medicine Vendors, in bottles a: Is. lid. or 2s. 9d. each. DINNEFORD S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA. Under the immediate sanction of the PRESIDENT of the COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS. For Acidities, heartburn, headache, gout, indigestion, «c. THE great advantages of this elegant preparation are, that, being in a FLUID STATE, and possessing all the properties of Mamie's,a in general use, it is not liable to form dangerous concretions ill the bowels; it corrects ACIDITY and HEARTBURN CffCCtitallv, without" injuring the COATS OF THE STOMACH, as Carbonate of Soda alld Potash are known to do it prevents THE FOOD <>F INFANTS TURNING SOUR DURING DIGESTION; it is very tisef.) in cases of GuiiT. GRAVEL, and other complaints of the BLADDER; and, in all cases it acts a pleading aperient peculiarly adapted for Females,particularly during PREGNANCY. The high testimonials received in favour of Mr. Dinneford's preparation from the most eminent members in every branch of the medical profession, lias established its superiority on an irre- fragable basis, and placed it at once beyond the reach of com- pet ition. DR. WILKINSON, of Bath, whose familiarity with practical chemistry so well entitles his opinion to respect, says A bottle of the FLUID M AG N KSl A of SIR JAMES Ml!R K A Y's, sent to m jor analyzation hy a chemist in this town, gave me seven grains of .Magnesia, and three grains of Sulphate of Soda, tolbr ounce, whilst yours yielded SEV ENTEEN GRAINS OF PURE MAGNESIA to the ounce /conscientiously bear testimony to the correctness of the above results. (Signed) C. H. WILKINSON, -VI.D. Dated. Oct. 23, 1il40." Th's conclusive testimony is further corroborated by the follow- ing distinguished peisoris:- W. T. 1111AN 1) Eso., F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry of the Royal Institution, &c. OK. PAIUS, F.K.S.. Author of the Pharm;tcoloria, &c.. &e. D It. COLLI Bit, Translator of the Pnarinacopceia, Lecturer on Pharmaceutical Chemistry. &c. JKUOMU MORGAN, I'sq., Surgeon to the General Oispen- saty, and Practical Chemist, Dublin, who also analyzed Sir James Murray's Com;>t>und. SIR HENRY HALFOKD says—"I have seen the machinery and the process by which you prepare the PURE Solution of Magnesia, and have been much pleased by all that I have seen the preparation is a verv good one.' SIR CHARLES M. CLARKE says-"Tbe Solution of Magnesia, prepared by Mr. DllInefuld, is a very useful and agreeable pre- SIR DAVID DAViKssays—" I consider it FAR SUPERIOR t0 any other preparation of the kind that I liave his I at- tribute to the perfect manner in which Mr. Dmneford conducts the process." „ DR. GAIH'DNER savs—"Ihavc prescribed your Solution of Macnesia extensivelv. I have also made trial of the same remedy prepared by other.. and am satisfied, that for PUHITY ANI) STRENGTH, \ours deserves a very DECIDED P It F. F E R 1. N C H. The Acidulated Lemon Syrup, usually sold with the Solution, makes the most agreeable saline draughts, and mater,ally in- creases the aperient quality — Prepared by Dinncford; Family Chemist to her Majesty the Queen Dowager, 172, New Bond S,C;;)TION._JJe,are/u7 to ask for DlNNF.FOR D's PORE FLUID MAGNESIA, to amid the substitution of the'mpure Insk prepara- tion. which are imported in leaden and other deleterious metalho vessels. Their impurity may be readily detected by the TAS11., and is even obvious to the SIGH I'. None can be relied upon as GENUINE, unless the House St.mp of the Proprietor be pasted over the cork of each bottle. To be piocured of. the principal Chellns's throughout the Kingdom. LETTINGS, SALES, &c. BRIDGEND, GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be Let, (FOR A TERM, IF DESIRED,) With Inimediate Possession, THAT Desirable and Commodious FAMILY RESI- DENCE, called SARN FAWIt," with convenient Out-Offices and Farm-Buildings, comprising Coach, Cow, and Carriage-houses; Barn; Stables, Brew-house, Dairy, Piggeries, &c., together with well-stocked Gardens and Orchards, and about 36 ACRES OF LAND adjoining, situate within three miles of the improving Market and Post-Town of Bridgend, in this County. To view, apply to John Martin, on the premises; and for particulars, to Mr. Samuel Cox, Solicitor, Bridgend. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON AT LADY-DAY NEXT, DARRAN COTTAGE, A SMALL GENTEEL HOUSE, 9 miles from Merthyr, 3 from Newbridge, and 15 from Cardiff; containing 2 Sitting-rooms, 2 best Bed-rooms, 1 Servant's Bed-room Kitchen, Back-Kitchen, Cellar, &c., with a good Walled Garden, and a Stable. A Daily Post, and a Railway Station, within a moderate distance of the House. Application to be made (if by letter, post-paid,) to Mr. George Forrest, Navigation House, near Cardiff. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. WILLIAM MORRIS, At the BEAR INN, COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, the ]4th FEBRUARY, 1843, between the hours of Two and Four in the Afternoon, A House, in the Toiiii of Cowbridge, COMPRISING a Dining-Room, Drawing-Room, another Sitting-Room, Six Bed-rooms, Kitchen, Back-kitchen, Larder, Underground Cellar, and other convenient Offices, and a very productive Walled Garden. There are good Schools, and an excellent Market in the Town, and Coals are reasonable. For further particulars, apply to John Bevan, Solicitor, Cowbridge.




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