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THE IRON TRADE. -0-
THE IRON TRADE. -0- The prostrate state of the iron trade has furnished occa- sion for the Mining Journal to give insertion in its columns to some interesting statistics on the subject of the article. It appears that, in the year 1842, the make of pig iron amounted to 1,210,550 tons. The number of furnaces in blast was 339, of those out of blast 190, the total being 529. The produce of the different districts was Forest of Dean, tons 8,000 Derbyshire tons 26 750 South Wales 457,350 Staffordshire, North 21^750 North Wales 19,750 Staffordshire, South 300'000 Yorkshire 42,000 Shropshire 76/200 Northumberland 20,750 Scotland 238 750 In 1829, according to the returns made by Mr. Mushet the number of furnaces in blast was 377, there being an excess over those in the past year of 38, and the make was 1,247,981 tons, the excess over that of 1842 being 37,431 tons. The latter was thus divided Forest of Dean..tons 18,200 Derbyshire tons 34 372 South Wales 453,880 Staffordshire, North 18 200 North Wales. 33,800 Staffordshire, South 346/213 Yorkshire,. 52,416 Shropshire 80849 8 9 Northumberland. 13,300 Scotlan(I lQfi'or.n Going back to the year 1830, it is found that the make was then only 678,417 tons, or little more than half that of the last year and here," says the authority from which we quote, "we arrive at a point of interest, as developing most materially the causes to which may be ascribed the present position of the trade." Refeience is made to Scotland:— In 1830 the make in Scotland was tons 37,500 In 1839 it had increased to 196,960 In 1842 there was a further increase to 238,750 While, at the present time, with a depressed trade, it is taken at 260,000 in the case of Scotland, there is an increase, in twelve years, of no less than 700 per cent., while, at the present moment, pig iron may be bought in the Clyde at less than 40s. per ton. The increased make in Scotland and reduction in price is attributed to the discovery of the discovery of the" black band." and the application of the hot blast;" and these two advantages are considered to have been the cause of the present state of the trade, the existing depression affecting not only the iron master but the collier and furnace-man without, it is contended, a correspondent advantage being derived by the consumer. The great augmentation in the make of iron from 1830 to 1839 is ascribed to the demand which has arisen in conse- quence of its application to a variety of purposes of a novel character, parcularly in the form of castings, and to the demand also for the manufactured article for railways. The increased make in 1840 and decreased demand, owing to the completion of most of the great railways, apart from the general depression in trade towards the close of 1841 induced the iron masters to submit, with few exceptions, to a reduction in price of 20 per cent., calculated on the make of the six months of 1842, and which had the effect of again bringing down the quantity to even less than it was in 1839. The demand for iron for railroad purposes having now become trifling, it is a question of vast importance to the trade how the consumption may be accelerated. A change in the tariff of the United States will, it is hoped, do good, but this is a prospective affair upon which no dependence can be safely placed, and the Mining Journal, quoting from the Globe, notices, as a startling fact, the announcement that the Americans are sending iron ore to this country in face of the low rates at which the native product is selling. The reduction of make" is an expedient that involves a discharge of laboureis, not to be resorted to without great danger of local disturbances, and the very contemplation of such an alternative is painful. But there can be no doubt that the iron masters are losing a great deal of money at the rates now current. THE IRON TRADE.-The population of Merthyr may be stated at 35,000 souls taking Aberdare, Hirwain, and the neighbouring inhabited parts, it may be safely assumed that not less than 10,000 more may be added. Thus we have a condensed mass of 4o,000 people within the compass of what may be estimated as no more than one town, although somewhat partially scattered. Now, the whole of the population of Merthyr and its circumjacent parts is abso- lutely engaged in and dependant upon the great iron works in that town, that is, in Cyfarthfa, Dowlais, Penydarran, Hirwain, Plymouth, Aberdare, &c. The weal or woe, if so revolutions of prices may be characterised, of the iron trade acts and re-acls naturally upon the workpeople, and deter- mines their fate. The special product of the Merthyr iron works (Glamorgan and Monmouth generally as well) is bar iron and bar iron is almost unsaleable at this moment at £ 4. per ton, which five years ago the iron masters were actually unable to supply to crowding orders at £ 9. per ton and even £ 10.; and which, as we are well assured, cannot be produced with the greatest economy of working at less than £ 4. 15s. What is the result ? The Welsh ironmasters wealthy as they are, and far the most wealthy of their class in the kingdom—for their riches and property are reckoned by hundreds of thousands, or millions-have, with con- stantly accumulating and unsaleable stocks, for the two last years, been compelled to notify to the government, that to go on making iron is impossible, for want of means, to say nothing of positive loss to themselves, whilst to stop is ruin to the workpeople. They have stated that, without assis- tance in means, that is, money advances from the govern- ment, the works must be stopped, and the people thrown out of employ, .inasmuch as the ironmasters have more stock on hand already than they are able to hold. Suppos- ing the iron works of Merthyr, with its contiguous and un- divided suburbs of Dowlais, Aberdare, &c., to be stopped, the furnaces to be blown out, what results 1. Why that some 45,000 people, workmen and families inclusive, will be thrown out of bread, and absolutely consigned to starva- tion, parish relief for so many being out of the question. It may be assumed, that a very much larger working popu- lation still exists through the whole of the two counties. This would give, without exaggeration, 100,000 souls with- out bread, supposing the iron works to be stopped, and the furnaces to be blown out, as must be the case shortly, with- out a remarkably favourable change in the commercial affairs. What, in stich a probable, such a forthcoming crisis, do the government propose to do ? — Morning Ad- vertiser.
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. We must again repeat our request, that correspondents "'I. authenticate their communications. Without such a pro t tection against fraud, it is not reasonable to expect th* letters, &c., should be inserted. For this reason we n>uS decline the insertion of a letter, signed One of the Con' gregation." 'ô The Impromptu on the Death of the Rev. Thomas of Llandaff," is far too homely for insertion, We wou s suggest anything but a poetical illustration of the v irtues of the deceased-certainly not an impromptu. We suspect the genuineness of two marriages at Merthy1"^ notices of which have been sent us for insertion. I
NOTICES, &c. Glamorganshire Sunnner Assizes, 1843. THE HIGH-SHERIFF HEREBY GIVES NOTICE, THAT the COMMISSIONS to hold the ASSIZES for this County will be opened at the TOWN-HALL, in the Town of CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the Tenth day of JULY next, and that the Judge will go into Court on the following (Tuesday) morning at Ten o'clock, when and where all Grand and Petty Jurors, and all persons under recognizances to prosecute and give evidence against, and all persons employed in the prosecution and defence of all Criminal Prisoners, are required to attend. And Notice is hereby also given, that the Magistrates' Clerks are to deliver to the Clerk of Assize, at the opening of the Com- missions, the depositions in each case, put together, with the recognizances of the prosecutors and witnesses also put together, and delivered at the same time in Court. Llandaff House, ) June 19, 1843.) DUTY FREE. Bridgend and Cowhridge Inion. W A Kf T IS E). A Relieving Officer for the Western or Bridgend District OF the above Union, in the room of Mr. DAVID WOOD- WALL DAVIES, resigned. Salary, £ 52. per annum. Applicants for the office to appear personally before a Com- mittee of the Board of Guardians, at the Union Workhouse, Bridgend, on Friday, the 30th day of June instant, at the hour of Eleven in the Forenoon, aud to bring with them Testimonials as to Character and Qualification, for the inspection of the Committee. They must speak fluently both the Welsh and English Languages, and be above the age of 25 and not exceeding 50 years, and be prepared to devote the whole of their time to the performance of the duties of the Office, and to give a Bond in the penal sum of Sixty Pounds, with two sufficient Sureties conditioned for the due and faithful discharge thereof. By Order of the Board of Guardians, WM. EDMONDES, Clerk. Board Room, Union Workhouse, 17th June, 1843. ?: "m |» £ absj.c»Loi,»cA$suJ»Tr«lI«3T»KArL £ r|tRrPo-l|F™*rrt«J REA1E £ < R £ A,rlatc-"t*'>Jfui,v jl f,3T* tcw.y M> t-ciytM»TJk.| THE great superiority of PRICE and Co.'s Perfumery has been so incontrovertibly established by the distin- guished patronage of the Nobility and Gentry in every quarter of the Globe, as to render it unnecessary for Price and Co. to do more than enumerate their leading Articles. Price's Golden Oil of Macassar Is the only Article that restores the Hair on bald places prevents Hair falling off, or turning Grey changes Grey Hair to its original colour, frees it from scurf, and makes it beautifully soft, early, and glossy. For dressing the Hair en Bandeaux and confining the short, loose hairs on the neck, so annoying to most Ladies, it stands unequalled. Ladies are requested to ask for Of PRICE'S Golden Oil," 3s. 6d. per Bottle, with" 28, Lombard Street" on the Labels, as many Hair Dressers sell a spurious imitation, which destroys the colour, as well as the "rowth of the Hair. ° Price & Co.'s Abernethy's Specific Universally known as the only safe and efficient protector and heautifier of the skin and complexion; its virtues consist in thoroughly eradicating all pimples, spots, redness tan, freckles, and other cutaneous defects, in healing chilblains, chaps, and in rendering the most rough and uneven skin pleasantly soft and smooth to the complexion it imparts ajuvenie roseate hue, and to the neck, hand, and arm, a delicacy and fairness unrivalled. Gentlemen wi!! find it peculiarly grateful after Shaving JYice 4s. od. per Dottle. Caution.-Ask for PRICE and Co.'s A bernellsys Specifse for ttie Complexion," For the Toilet. PlnCR and Co.'s VICTORIA BOUQUET, the delicious fragrance of which has rendered it an especial favourite with Her Majesty, And stamped by the lovers of elegant scents as the most unique and superior ever discovered. So highly is it valued, and so fashionable has it become, thilt there is scarcely an Assembly Room or Levee where its delicious fragrance is not predominant. 3s. 6d. and 7s. 6d. per Bottle. To Mothers. PRICE and Co.'s PATENT ALMOND OIL SOAP stands unequalled for Chapped Hands, the delicate Skin of Ladies, and, above all, for the Washing of Infants. Price '2s. 6d. per packet! Purchasers are requested to notice that a Protection Label, from a design by Sir Wm. Congreve. with the Signature of PRICE and Co." in Red Ink, and 28, Lombard Street." in its centre is affixed to each packet, as some Shopkeepers offer a counterfeit injurious to the Skin, when the genuine is asked for. Every Mother should take care to possess P HIC WS DR. FKAMPTON'S POMATUM, recommended by the Faculty as indispensable to tbe Nursery, observing that none is genuine unless PRICE and Co. s Protection Label is affixed thereto. Price and Co.'s Tooth Brushes. It ia incumbent upon all who value their 'leeth, to obtain a brush that will clean the interstices efficiently. Price and Co.'s Patent Tooth Brush searches thoroughly into the divisions of the Teeth, and cleans in the most extraordinary and effectual manner, without injuring or even touching the gums, the universal complaints against all others. They are made on a plan that the hairs never come out in the Mouth. Price Is to 2s. 6d. To prevent counterfeits, each Brush is distinctly marked on the handle" PRICE anil Co., Montpellier Hotise, 28, Lombard Street." Caution.—Ask for PRICE and Co.'s Patent Tooth Shaving a Luxury. PRICF and Co.- RYPOPH AGOV surpasses everything ever invented for Shaving One trial will prove that the luxury of a good Shave can be enjoyed only by those who use Price & Co's Rypophagon, which renders Shaving (hitherto disagreeable and often painful) pleasant and easy. Prepared by Price and Co Montpellier House, 28, Lombard Street, (late Price & Gosnell's) and sold by J. Delcroix and Co., 158, New Bond Street, and no where else in London, piiee 39. 6d. per pot, Is. per square, in cakes for boxes Is. fid. and 2s. 6d. Price and Co.'s Treble Distilled, Or CONCENTRATED ESSENCE OF LAVENDER, six times the strength of the best Lavender Water, and unsophisticated with the sickly admixture of musk, ambergris, &c., is particularly adapted for sick or crowded Rooms, and recommended to the ail mi rets of the genuine Lavender Perfume. It is distilled from Lavender Howers, selected for their exceeding sweetness and aromatic properties, when those flowrra are in their fullest vigour.-Price 3a. 6d.,5s 7s 6d and ICs. 6d. Price's Cold Cream. This innocent composition, entirely from vegetable materials. is the most delightful cosmetic ever invented for rendering the skin clear, soft, and delicate it maintains its superiority over all imitations, and remains unrivalled for beautifying the complexion. Every genuine Pot bears a label, from a design by Sir William Congreve. with Price and Co., Lombard Street," in red ink, and 211," conspicuous in its centre, to counterfeit which is felony. Price and Co.'s Johnstone's Patent OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP II delightfully fragrant and pleasant in use, and so superior to any other, and in such general demand, that many persoiis are basely deceiving the public by selling a spurious imitation; the genuine is sold in Packets price Is., Is. 6d., and 2s 6d. each. Caution to Shopkeers. Price and Co., Perfumers to the itoyal Family, Montpellier House. 28, Lombard Street, (late 11 Price and Gosnell's," and formerly 11 Patey Baits, Price and Co.'s") by the recommenda- tion of the Secretary of the Post Office, beg to •' impress upon their Correspondents the necessity of precision in the address of all letters intended for them," thus-o" Price and Co." (and not *« Price and Gosnell that firm ceased to exist in 1831), as the only means of guarding against the fraudulent conduct of individuals who take in and retain letters and orders intended for Price and Co., by illegally assuming the firm of Price and Gosnell," well knowing they never were in any way connected with that firm, except as servants. <, Price & Co. hereby give Notice, that they will not be answerable for any Debts contracted by parties illegally assuming the firm of I'RICE& GOSNELL," and that Mr. PRICE, the only surviving Partner of the late firms of PRICE & GOSNELL," and '• PATEY, nUTrs. PRICE & £ Co. has not, nor ever had, any connection whatever with individuals thus acting (contrary to law and equity) so dishonourably, evidently with the guilty intention of deceiving PRICE and Co.'s customers, and to pirate orders intended for their house. J n-ie A*8, f°JlNS,ONE'S Patent Old Brown Windsor, Almond Oil Soap. Cold Cream, Price's Dr. Frampton's Nursery lomatum. Price and Co.'s Abernethy's Specific, Price's Golden Oil Bears Grease. Queen'. Perfume, &c so much admired in the first circles o? Fashion, bear a protection label from a design by Sir Wm, Congreve, with the signature of J'RJCE and Co.. Lombard Street," in red ink, and '« 28," conspicuously in its centre, without which none are Genuine. PRICE & Co.'s PERFUMERV,celebrated SOAPS. BRUSHES, &c., are to be had GENUINE in London only, at their Esta- blishment, 28, Lombard Street, and of their Agents in all the Cities and Towns of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. To prevent disappointment, and ensure punctuality all Orders are requested to be directed to 11 PKICE and Co MONTPELLIER HOUSE, 28, Lombard Street, London. (Late Price 4; Gosnell's, and formerly Patey. Butts, io Price 1- NOTICES, &c. The Misses Davis and Todd RESPECTFULLY announce that on WEDNESDAY, the 19th JULY next, they intend opening an Es- tablishment at No. 22, SAINT MARY STREET, for the INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG LADIES in the necessary branches of a polite and useful Education. TF.R,MS Course of Instruction in the English Lan- i Guineas. guage, Geography, History, Writing, >- 5 Per annum. Arithmetic, and Needlework ) Ditto for Pupils under nine years of age 3 Music 6 French 4 Italian 4 Dancing 4 Drawing 4 Singing 5 «< N.B. No Notice required prior to the removal of a Pupil. Cardiff, June 20, 1843. TO BUILDERS. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the JL Erection of a STATION HOUSE for the Police at MERTHYR TYDVIL, in the County of GLAMORGAN, are requested to send in Sealed Tenderfe, addressed to the Clerk of the Peace, Cardiff, indorsed, Tenders for Station House at Merthyr Tydvil," on or before SATURDAY, the 19th day of JULY next. The SUPERINTENDENT of POLICE at Merthyr Tydvil will point out the Site of the proposed Building, and also produce a Plan and Specification of the Works, on and after the 26th day of June instant. Tenders are also required, on or before the said 19th day of July, for the Erection of a STATION HOUSE at NEWBRIDGE, in the said County, to be indorsed, "Tender for Station-house at Newbridge." The Superintendent of Police at Newbridge will point out the Site of the proposed Building, and also produce a Plan and Specification of the works, on and after the 26th day of June instant. The names and residence of two responsible parties must be returned with each Tender, as sureties for the due per- formance of the works. The Justices do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest Tender. WOOD, Cardiff, June 22, 1843. Clerk of the Peace. I JAMES FREDERICK ARNOLD, at present, and for Twelve Months past, residing at CARDIFF, in the COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN, and being a PRINTER, BOOKBINDER, and STATIONER, do hereby give Notice, that I intend to present a Petition to the COMMISSIONERS of the BRISTOL DISTRICT COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, praying to be examined touching my DEBTS, ESTATE, and EFFECTS, and to be protected from all process upon making a full disclosure and surrender of such Estate and Effects for payment of my just and lawful Debts. And I hereby further give Notice, that the time when the matter of the said Petition shall be heard is to be advertised in the London Gazette and in the Merthyr Guardian Newspaper one month, at least, after the date hereof. As witness my hand this Twentieth day of June, in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and F orty-three. Witness, J. F. ARNOLD. J. Williams, Solicitor, Merthyr Tydfil. —■ The following INSOLVENT DEBTORS will be heard at the COURT HOUSE, at SWANSEA, on FRIDAY, the 14th day of JULY, 1843, at Ten in the Morning precisely :— Ro BERT DAVIS, late of WIND-STREET, SWAN- J\, SEA, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Publican and Victu- aller, and previously of the Red Lion Public-house, Kilvey, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Publican and Victualler. TTT'ILLIAM BURGESS, late of GOAT-STREET, VV SWANSEA, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Builder, Grocer, and Tea Dealer. ELIZA JENNETTE LLOYD, late of CALVERT. STREET, SWANSEA, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Dealer in Fancy Foreign Wools. GALSWORTHY AND NICHOLS, 9, Cook's Court, Lincoln's Inn. For THOMAS, Swansea. The following INSOLVENT DEBTOR will be heard at the COURT HOUSE, at CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 17th day of JULY, 1843, at Ten in the Morning precisely:— RICHARD THOMAS, late of WICK, in the Parish of WICK, GLAMOftOAWSHIRE, Maltster, Corn Factor, Flour Merchant, and Cider Dealer. GALSWORTHY AND NICHOLS, 9. Cook's Court, Lincoln's Inn. For MORGAN, Liandaff. The following INSOLVENT DEBTOR will be heard at the COURT HOUSE, at CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 17th day of JULY, 1843, at Ten in the Morning precisely TV1ATHANIEL PLIMER, formerly of the Parish of ll LANBLETHIAN. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Pa.ntpr • and late of the Parish of EWENNY, GLAMORGAN- SHIRE, Painter and Glazier. GALSWORTHY AND NICHOLS, 9, Cook's Court, Lincoln's Inn. For LANGLEY, Cardiff. The following INSOLVENT DEBTOR will be heard at the COURT HOUSE, at CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 17th of JULY, 1843, at Ten in the Morning precisely; THOMAS CAREW PHILLIPS, late of SWANSEA, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Cabinet Maker, Grocer, and General Shopkeeper; and previously of STOP SAINT General Shopkeeper; and previously of STOP SAINT DOGMELLS, PEMBROKESHIRE, Cabinet Maker and Farmer. GALSWORTHY AND NICHOLS, 9, Cook's Court, Liucoln's Inn. For MORGAN, Cardiff. The following INSOLVENT DEBTORS will be Heard at the COURT HOUSE, at CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 17th day of JULY, 1843, at Ten in the Morning precisely. EVAN LLEWELLYN, late of NEWBRIDGE, near Cardiff, in the County of GLAMORGAN, carrying on the Business there of the Society of United Workmen," as Grocers and General Shopkeepers and being Secretary and Manager, and part Proprietor of the said Society. DANIEL WILLIAMS, late of NEWBRIDGE, near Cardiff, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Boatman previously of the same place Farmer's Labourer; before that of the same place out of employ; and formerly of the same place Boatman. JOHN DIX, the Younger, formerly of MONMOUTH, MONMOUTHSHIRE, Editor of a Newspaper; and late of CARDIFF, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Editor of a Newspaper- (sued as JOliN DIX). LEWIS LEWIS, late of LLWYN-YR-EOS, near MERTHYR TYDVIL, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Beer-house Keeper, Collier, and Haulier. GALSWORTHY & NICHOLS, 9, Cook's Court, Lincoln's Inn, For GROVER, Cardiff. Royal Exchange Assurance Cor- poration, (ESTABLISHED BY ROYAL CHARTER, A. D. 1720.) FIRE INSURANCES. NOTICE. — The usual fifteen days allowed for payment of Premiums falling due at Midsummer will expire on the 8th day of July next. LIFE INSURANCES. A BONUS, equal to TWO-THIRDS OF THE PROFIT on the Company's Life Business, commencing the first day of January, 1842, will be apportioned, periodically, among Policies effected since that date for the whole Term of Life and no charge is made for guarantee of Capital. The lengthened period over which Life Policies generally extend, and the risks to which improvident man- agement, or inadequate reserve of funds, on the part of a Company, may expose the assured, are matters deserving the serious consideration of all persons to whom the subject of Lite Insurance is important. THOMAS TOOKE, Esq Governor. WILLIAM SAMPSON, Esq Sub-Governor. „ „ DIRECTORS. Henry Bambridge, Esq. Sir J. Wrm. Lubbock, Bart. George Pearkes Barclay, Esq. Chas. John Manning, Esq. William Brown, Esq. The Hon. J. T. L. Melville. J?' Calvert> Esq. Henry Nelson, Esq. Villiam Davidson, Esq. Edw. Howley Palmer, Esq. John Deacon, Esq. John Henry Pelly, Esq. James Gibson, Esq. Abraham G. Robarts, Esq. Rnersdale W. Grenfell, Esq, Charles Robinson, Esq. William T. Hibbert, Esq. Sir Samuel Scott, Bart. Lancelot Holland, Esq. William Soltau, Esq. (^e Larpent, Bart. Robert Thorley, Esq. John Chr. Lochner, Esq. Octavius Wrigram, Esq. AGENTS. Cnckhowell, Mr. G. A. A. Davies. Swansea Mr. Thos. A. Marten. Cardiff, Mr. Wm. Bird. Brecon, Mr. Wm. Evans. Carmarthen, Mr. David Evans Lewis. Aberystwith, Mr. Thos. Jones. Carnarvon, Messrs. Morgan and Preece. Bangor, Mr. J. V. H. Williams. Pwllheli, Mr. David Williams. Wrexham, Mr. Richard Hughes. Holywell, Mr. Meredith Vickers. Munmoutli, Mr. Thomas Farror. Newport, Messrs. Prothero and Towgood. Hereford, Mr. John Gwillim, jun. Bromyard, Mr. Thomas Watkins. Kington and Presteign, Mr. Thomas Oliver. Ledbury, Mr. Joseph Bird. Leominster, Mr. Edwin Lloyd. Ross, Mr Wm. Thomas. Welshpool, Mr. David Gwynne. Weobly, Mr. P. S. Parker. Milford, Mr. Thomas Williams. ALEX, GREEN, Secretary. SALES. William Jones's Bankruptcy. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, (FREE OF AUCTION DUTY,) BY MR. JOHN WILLIAMS, (By order of the Assignees,) AT the KING'S HEAD INN, in the TOWN of NEWPORT, on THURSDAY, the 29th day of JUNE, 1843, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions of Sale as shall then be produced, and in separate Lots, all those Three newly erected and commodious DWELLING HOUSES, Situate on the East side of DOCK-STREET, in Newport afore- said, numbered 16, 17, and 18, containing on the Ground Floor, an Entrance Hall, Dining Room, 15 feet by 13, Breakfast Room, 12 feet square, and Pantry, below which is a good Kitchen, Back Kitchen, and Coal Cellar. On the First Floor is a Drawing Room, 19 feet by 13, a Bed Room and Water Closet, &c. On the Second Floor 3 good Rooms, over which are 2 good Attics. Each House has a Court Yard and a Walled Garden behind, and is supplied with plenty of Water. These Houses are substantially Built, and are well fitted up their situation is excellent, both for Private Residences and for Offices, being in the main Street leading to the Dock. They are held under Lease from JOHN JONES, Esq., for a Term of 75 Years, commencing on the 1st November, 1840, under the Ground Rent of £H. for the whole, which will be equally apportioned to each House. For further particulars apply to THOMAS RENNIE HUTTON, Esq., Bristol, the Official Assignee; to Messrs. Savery, Clark, and Co., Solicitors, Bristol; or to Messrs. Prothero and Towgood, Solicitors, Newport. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. For Sale by Private Contract, Either altogether, or in separate Lots, THE FOLLOWING Valuable Leasehold Property, COMPRISING—FIRSTLY— ALL that MESSUAGE, DWELLING-HOUSE, and SHOP, situate at the Corner of HIGH-STREET and SKINNER-STREET, in the Town of NEWPORT, con- taining Eleven Sitting and Bed-rooms, with a Corner-Shop, and other necessary Offices, the whole of which are of lofty and spacious dimensions, now in the occupation of Mr. POLAK, at the Rent of £110. The House is well and substantially built, is in good repair, with a never-failing supply of Spring and Soft Wrater, and is replete with every convenience for a large family. The Premises are in the centre of the populous and flourish- ing 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 WRINTLE, at the rent of £ 12 per annum. SECONDLY.—All that MESSUAGE or BUILDING, with the appurtenances, situate in SKINNER-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, 61 years of which, or thereabouts, are unexpired, at the yearly rent of £50, to be used by them as a Custom House. These Premises have been lately put into complete repair, at a considerable expense. THIRDLY.-All that WAREHOUSE or BUILDING ad- joining the Custom-House, occupied by Messrs. HUGHES and Co. (yearly tenants), at the rent of £30 per annum, used as Corn Lofts. The Ground Floor is approved of for the Housing of Corn and Flour under Bond. There is a CELLAR under the said Warehouse, which is not Let with it. FOURTHLY—All that PIECE or PARCEL of GROUND adjoining the last mentioned Lot, well calculated for Building, &c., situate near the Monmouthshire Canal and Tramroad. It is now used as a Yard, on which is built a Stable, both together Let for the annual rent of £28 8s. The Ground is enclosed by a Wall about Twelve Feet high, and sufficiently strong for building upon. It contains 769 Square Yards, or thereabouts, with a Frontage of 64 Feet, including the Stable. FIFTHLY.—The GROUND RENT of £20 Per Annum, for the unexpired term of a Lease of 52 years, arising out of ICTORIA-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 foregoing 23 Houses, from the expiration of the term of 52 years, which Houses and Premises are now Let at the annual rent of about £200. The above Premises are held under Leaselrom Sir Charles Morgan, Bart., for the remainder of the term of 80 years, commencing the 1st day of May, 1824, under the apportioned yearly rent of £23 ]7s. Gd; and it is intended that £20 17s. 6d. thereof shall be chargeable on the first Lot, and the remaining £3 on the Custom-house, leaving the other Lots free from Ground-rent. The premises may be viewed on application to the re- spective tenants and for further particulars, application may be made to the Proprietor, Mr. Henry Webber, Guardian Office, Cardiff, Glamorganshire or to Messrs. Prothero and Towgood, Solicitors, Newport. GLAMORGANSHIRE. MESSRS. ADAM MURRAY AND SONS Beg to announce, that they are INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY AUCTION, At GARRAWAY'S COFFEE HOUSE, Change Alley Cornhill, LONDON, on TUESDAY, the 18th JULY, 1843, at Twelve o'clock Noon, (unless previously disposed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given,) npHE very eligible FREEHOLD FARM of PEN LAN, JL lying in a ring-fence, and comprising a good FARM- HOUSE and Home-stead, and 194A. 3R. 20r. of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land. This Farm is situate within a short distance of the Seaport and Market Towns of Neath and Swansea, two of the best Market Towns in South Wales. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Frampton, Solicitor, Gray's Inn or Messrs. Adam Murray and Sons, Surveyors and Land Agents, 47, Parliament-street, London. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Valuable Freehold Estate, Comprising a Gentlemanly Mansion and suitable Offices, with about 650 Acres of productive hand, and Coal Royalties of Is. and 2s. per Wey. (M IM m MeTOiNIi BY MESSRS. ADAM MURRAY;& SONS, At GARRAWAY'S COFFEE HOUSE, Change Alley, LONDON, on TUESDAY, 18th of JULY, 1843. at Tweh-e o'clock at noon, (unless previously disposed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given,) THE GLANBRANE ESTATE, comprising a Mansion J. in excellent repair, and which contains an entrance Hall, a Drawing-room, and Dining-room, 21 by 17 feet each; Breakfast-room 15 by 10 j Five Bed-rooms; Three Servants'-rooms; Offices of various descriptions Stabling for Eight Horses, Coach-house, &c., the whole is adapted for the accommodation of a genteel family. The Mansion is surrounded by a demesne of about 80 Acres of Meadow and Pasture Land, in a high state of cul- tivation. Immediately contiguous to the Mansion are about 80 Acres of Woodland and Plantations, affording excellent cover for game. Adjoining the Demesne, and in a ring-feuce are about.500 Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land. divided into well-proportioned Farms, with suitable Farm Buildings in good repair. The Timber to be taken at a valuation; but the Minerals are reserved. This Estate is conveniently situated about Four Miles from the Market and Seaport Town of Neath, and Six Miles from the Borough Market and Seaport of Swansea; and presents a most eligible opportunity for investment, as it unites the comforts of a country residence, with other advan- tages, seldom to be met with. Also, to be SOLD, the separate ROYALTIES of 18. and 2s. per WEY on 233A. 2R. 30p. of COAL GROUND. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Frampton, Solicitor, Gray's Inn and to Messrs. Adam Murray and Sons, Sur- veyors and Land Agents, 47, Parliament Street, London. BRIDGEND, GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Wyndham Arms Inn, Bridaend, On SATURDAY, the 29th day of JULY, 1843, Between the hours of Twelve at noon, and Two o'clock in the Afternoon, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, (of which due notice will be given,) subject to such conditions as shall be then declared rrllE REVERSION in fee expectant, on the decease of a _|_ Lady, now aged about Sixty-six years, of and in Watertown Farm, Situate in the Parish of Coychurch, Glamorganshire, within Two Miles of Bridgend, consisting of capital Farm House, Garden, Orchard, Barn, Stable, Cow-house, Piggery, Waggon-house, Court, Rick-yard, and upwards of fifty-six acres of very excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land. The House contains good Parlour, Hall, Kitchen, Back- Kitchen, Dairy, Cellar, 5 Bed-Rooms, Granary, and Attic. The House and Buildings are in good repair, a large sum having been expended upon them about 7 years ago. The Farm adjoins the best Stream for Salmon and Trout in the County. The Premises are in the occupation of the Tenant for Life, and are worth to Let from £90. to £ 100. per annum. For further particulars apply to Mr. Wm. LLEWELLYN, Solicitor, Neath. NOTICES. LETTINGS, AND SALES. Cardiff Gas Light and Coke Company. THE HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of J. the PROPRIETORS, will be held at the GUILD-HALI., CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 10th day of JULY next, at Noon. E. P. RICHARDS, Cardiff, 22nd June, 1843. Clerk to the Company. WANTED, AT the HOUSE of CORRECTION, at SWANSEA, in the County of GLAMORGAN, a MATRON, her Salary will be £ 18 a-year, and she will be allowed accom- modation in the Prison. Further particulars may be obtained by application at the Prison. Sealed applications to be sent, w th Testimonials, to the Clerk of the Peace, at Cardiff, on or before the 12th day of JULY next. WOOD, Cardiff, June 22, 1843. Clerk of Peace. To Parents and Guardians. A LADY Residing in a Genteel Tillage near CLIFTON» is desirous of receiving into her SCHOOL, which is SELECT and LIMITED. TWO PUPILS after the present recess. Sums, according to the age and acquirements of the young ladies. Testimonials, whether regarding RELIGIOUS or MORAL Instruction, will be cheerfully given by the Parents of the young Friends now under her care. Address, M. C. W., Westburv -on-Trym. I TITHE COMMISSION. NOTICE. THE TITHE COMMISSIONERS for England and J_ Wales hereby give Notice, that a copy of the Draft of Apportionment of the Rent Charge agreed to be paid in lieu of Tithes in the Parish of RUDDRY, in the County of GLAMORGAN, has been deposited at the House of EDWARD LEWIS, called the GRIFFIN, in the said Parish, for the inspection of all persons interested in the Lands or Tithes of the said Parish. And the Commissioners further give Notice, that, pursu- ant to the Act for Commutation of Tithes, a Meeting will be holden, for the purpose of hearing any objections to the intended apportionment by any persons interested as afore- said, and that such Meeting will be held at the CARDIFF ARMS HOTEL, in the Town of CARDIFF, in the said County, on FRIDAY, the 14th day of JULY, 1843, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. Signed, By Order of the Board, J. E. HOYENDEN, Secretary. 9, Somerset Place, WILLIAM JONES, Somerset House, London. Valuer. ¿, 6 B y. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, rpHAT the GENERAL MEETING, which was Advertised to take place on the 5th day of JUNE inst., and which was on that day Adjourned to the 19th instant, in consequence of there not having been present a sufficient number of Shareholders, stands further Adjourned for a similar reason, until MONDAY, the 3rd day of JULY next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, then to be held at the WYNDHAM ARMS INN, in the said Town of BRIDGEND. I WILLIAM HENRY MORGAN, Clerk to the Company. Bridgend, 20th June, 1843. TO B E L"E T, A DWELLING-HOUSE, in VICARAGE-STREET, CARDIFF, late occupied by Dr. SCALE, containing 2 Parlours, Drawing-room, 4 Bed-rooms, Attics, and 2 Kitchens, with hard and soft Wrater. A Stable and Coach-house, with Saddle-room, may be had, if required. Apply to Mr. DALTON, Cardiff. TOWN OF CARDIFF. o be iLft, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, A WELL-SECURED COAL YARD, and SMALL DWELLING-HOUSE attached, 011 the Bank of the Canal, near the little Steam Mill. Also, a WAREHOUSE adjoining, if required. Apply to C. VACHELL, Cardiff. Taff Yale Railway Company. TO BE SOLD, SEVERAL SHARES in this Company. Apply, pre- paid, to R I.M., at Solicitor's Register Otfi, e, 44, Carey-street, London. GLAMORGANSHIRE. FREEHOLD-ESTATES, TO IE liUffl Œ1V aiCTDSM, BY MR. THOS. EVANS, At the WYNDHAM ARMS INN, in the Town of BRIDGEND, on SATURDAY, the 8th day of JULY next, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, in the following Lots, or such other as may then be agreed upon, subject to conditions of sale to be then and there produced, viz.:—• LOT I. A FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS, called Bryn- with y Gwastod," and Panwen y grug," situate in the Parish of LLANDEVODOG, in the County of Glamorgan, comprising above 200 Acres of enclosed Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Woodland, and from 180 to 200 Acres of Mountain.; a Dwelling-house, 2 Barns, 2 Beast-houses, Stable, Yards, and Appurtenances. This property is distant about seven miles from each of the Market Towns, Newbridge, Bridgend, and Llantrissent. The Tithes have been commuted for an annual rent charge of £6 7s. 2d. LOT 2.-A FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS, called Donandeg," otherwise Tonandege," situate in the same Parish, comprising by estimation about 18A. OR. 3P. of Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Woodland: a Dwelling- house, Barn, Beast-house, Stable, and Appurtenances. The Tithes have been commuted for an annual rent charge of 9s. 2d. The above mentioned 2 lots contain valuable Mines or Beds of Iron Ore and Coal, which have not been worked. They are let together to Mr. David Hopkins, as tenant, from year to year, at the very moderate rent of £ 100 per annum. There is a quantity of Timber, which the purchaser is to take at a valuation. LOT 3.—TWO FREEHOLD CLOSES or FIELDS, with the site of a Cottage, in ruins, and a Garden, called "Aberyechid," otherwise "Aberjectrydd," containing, in the whole, by Admeasurement 2A. 3u. 2p. (more or less), situate in the same Parish, and now in the occupation of David Davies, as tenant, from year to year. The Tithes of this lot have been commuted for Ii. 7d. per annum. For a view of the Farms and Premises, apply to the re- spective Tenants and for further particulars, to Mr. Moore Perkins, Llandaff; or Mr. Wm. Davies, Solicitor, Merthyr Tydvil. TOWN OF CARDIFF. TO BE SOLI) BY AUCTION, BY MR. WATKINS, At No. HIGH-STREET, on MONDAY next, the 26th JUNE, the entire HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND OTHER EFFECTS, OF MR. EVAN LEYSHON, COMPRISING Mahogany, Four-post, Tent, French, and other Bedsteads; prime Feather Beds; Bedding; Hair and Wool Mattresses; Mahogany and Painted Chests of Drawers; Wardrobes, Wash-stands, and Ware; Com- modes; Dressing Tables; Swing Glasses; Fenders and Fire Irons; Kidderminster Carpets; Pier Glasses and Mirror Mahogany Side Table Ditto Book-case Eight-day Clock Rosewood and Mahogany Chairs; Hair Sofa; Barometer; Ware Kitchen and Culinary requisites and a variety of other good and useful Articles, well worth the attention of the public, the whole of which will be sold without the slightest reserve. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock precisely. BANKRUPTS.—James Watkins, Exmouth-street, Clarken- well, draper-Charles States, Southampton, hotelkeeper— Frederick Markby, Peterborugh, common brewer—Charles Clark, Tower-street, Westminster-road, baker-Samuel Napper, Upper Stamford-street, Blackfriars, general dealer- John Lavender Glay, Jermyn-street, St. James's tailor Richard Burton, W ood-street, Cheapside, silk warehouseman James Rowe, Blandford-street, Marylebone, ironmaster— Albitius Carter, Custom-house-chambers, Lower Thames- street, shipbroker- John Atkins, Birmingham, jeweller William Cooke, Bradford, Yorkshire, worsted spinner- George William Travis, Sheffield, joiner—Richard Boulton, Ellerburn, Yorkshire, innkeeper-Robert Waddington Boston, Yorkshire, grocer—Thomas Wood Daville, Sheffield, stag scale cutter John Frost, Bristol, baker—John Harford and William Weaver Davies, Bristol, and Ebbw-vale and Sirhowy, Monmouthshire, ironmasters-Thomas Huxley, W olstanton, Staffordshire, tailor-John Lacon Bennett, ShiffnaL Shropshire, chymist—Robert Price, Waterloo, Lancashire, coal dealer—Robert Brown, Suntferlaiid, butcher.
dForeiflit IntrUigrnre. .
dForeiflit IntrUigrnre. An attempt at an insurrection has been just made at Saragossa, but without effect. At 2 o'clock on the morning of the 9th about 120 individuals, all belonging to the National Guard, awoke the inhabitants from their slumbers with cries of down with Espartero. In about half an hour, however, the whole city was alarmed, and the drums of the National Guards began beating the assembly. The great majority of the Nationals immediately answered to the summons, and drew up in a compact body in the square, and at once prepared to repulse the attempt at insurrection. The revolted, whose numbers were not much augmented recommenced hostilities, but were soon broken and dispersed by their brethren. A sort of running fight was carried on the streets for some time, but at length those of the National Guard who had turned out to preserve the public tranquility drove the insurgents from every spot of ground they oc- cupied. The contest lasted a few hours. Ten of the re- volted are said to have been killed, and about 40 wounded 20 or 30 were made prisoners, and the remainder contrived to escape from the town. The insurrectionary movements in the provinces were everywhere—except in Catalonia—deemed at an end, and yet you will find the funds fell nearly one-hult' per cent. to- day. A thousand rumours have been set afloat evidently to influence the stock-market. One states, but untruly, that the King is ill; another, equally groundless, that Espartero had fled from Madrid, carrying with him the Queen a third that a cordon of French troops was about to be drawn across the Spanish frontier.
An account of COAL and IRON brought down the Mon- mouthshire Canal Company's Tram-roads & Canal, from the 10th to the 17th of June, 1843. Tram Road i Canal. COAL. —— j Tons. Cwt. Tons. Thomas Powell 1547 14 150 ThomasProthero. 880 7 Martin Morrison 610 7 275 Rock Coal Company 626 5 Rosser Tlionias & Co. 539 14 Thomas Phillips & Son. 172 10 W. S. Cartwright 564 14 James Poole, Jun Joseph Latch & Co 439 0 Tredegar Coal Company j 699 2 Latch and Cope 279 16 John Russell & Co. 899 14 Joseph Jones. 195 9 John Jones. 487 8 Roger Lewis. 303 4 Joseph Beaumont 553 7 Benjamin Young. R. J. Blewitt 425 Mon. Iron and Coal Company John Vipoiid 150 Richard Morrison ¡ Wm. Harrison R.Thomas. Pentwyn and Golynos Company.. Ryce Davies 39 3 3?5 Rosser Williams 45 TramRoad. Canal. IRON. _— Tons. Cwt. Tons. Cwt. Tredegar Iron Company 405 3 Rhymney Iron Company 343 16 Cwm Celyn & Blaina Iron Co. Samuel Homfruy and Co Coalbrook Vale. 10.5 Ebbw Vale Co 202 11 From sundry Works 1576 51
! HIGH WATER AT CARDIFF 1
HIGH WATER AT CARDIFF 1 | JUNE. | Morning.| Evening- | Sunday 25 4 5 4 24 Monday 26 4 55 5 13 | Tuesday, 27 5 43 5 58 | Wednesday, 28 6 26 6 38 | f Thursday, 29 7 7 j 7 19 | Friday, 30 7 47 7 59 i Saturday, July 1 j 8 23 f 8 41 I i Saturday, July 1 8 23 f 8 41 I HIGH WATER AT BRISTOL, &c. (From Bunt's Tide Table.) t HIGH WATER. ¡ Cumb. lbathla" JUNE' j Morn. | Even. Gates. j Gate»- » Sunday 25 5 0 5 19 25 7 j 14 4 1 Monday 26 5 50 6 8 I 27 5 ?6 3 1 Tuesday 27 6 38 6 53 j 28 11 1? 8 j Monday 26 5 50 6 8 I 27 5 ,6 3 1 Tuesday.27 6 38 6 53 j 28 11 17 II j Wednesday. 28 7 21 7 33 J 30 I > IS Thursday 29 8 2 8 14 i 30 10 j 19 I Friday, 30 8 42 8 54 31 0 19 Saturday July 1 9 18 j 9 36 j 30 9 I 19 EQUATION OF THE TIDES. These Equations, applied to the above Table, will give t''e Approximate Times of High Water, at the followi»U Places on the Coasts of England and Wales. A. M. .T.TF' I Aberystwith add 0 15 Liverpool add 4 0 Caernarvon add 1 45 Newport, Mon .sub 0 Cardigan Bar sub 0 15 j Portsmouth add 4 J Carmarthen Bay ..sub 1 5 Swansea Bar sub I Chepstow sub 0 13 j Thames' Mouth sub 4 2nd Sunday after Trinity. Mornine *8t Lesson 4 chapter Judges. 8 } 2nd Lesson. 8 chapter Luke. Evening Jje8son 5 chapter Judges. I 2nd Lesson 2 chapter Eph. -J'
THE Educational Clauses of the Factories Bill have beeo surrendered by Her Majesty's Government. We regret this on many accounts. We regret it as an act of worthy concession to unreasonable clamour—we regre it as a proof of great infirmity of purpose on the part 0 Ministers-but we principally regret it as postponing to some indefinite period that great work of social i pr /111 ment, of which the necessity had been made so glaring apparent. This important portion of the Bill too bas, been surrendered in the face of a large majority of theI House of Commons in its favour, and with an intirIlatIO I that Ministers have no intention of substituting anotbe remedy for evil of which all confess the existence. 130t 11 the fate of the present measure might have been safe predicted when such concessions of principle were to those whom nothing could conciliate but that J could not be conceded—the right to obstruct the Chii1"^ J to propagate error, and to establish a Babel confusion 0 | wild fancies and jarring doctrines. To us it appears tl>* I the original principles of the E ducational Clauses ofr| Factories Bill having been well considered and digeste^ l should have been maintained, and the responsibility n their rejection should have been with the Legislature, aI1 j not with the Government by which the Bill was io^0 duced. It has been thought otlierwise-the Olive Branch" was extended, but was ungraciously refused the Dissenters have triumphed, Ministers have beaten, and the work of Education has been susperide I The responsibility, we think, must be divided bet Ceo I the Dissenters and Her Majesty's Government—the 011 exhibiting, under the pretence of vindicating the rightS: of conscience, the most factious perseverance—and I other, in the hope of establishing an impossible coileor exhibiting an equal share of vacillating weakness sP unsettled intentions. We trust, however, that Minister( will speedily take higher and surer ground—and 1 Christianity is to be acknowledged as the Religion of the Land, the Church of England must be the mode of administration. Let Ministers, and Sir Robert l,ee especially, look to Ireland at the present moment for II example of concession. In granting Catholic Emanclpll tion the trial was made, and what has been the result I We now perceive how we have compromised our sllftY so as to make it almost a question whether harll1 C manifested the liberality or charity of our Protesta11 ) principles by granting Legislatorial power to Papists, 0 true wisdom might not be advantageously displayed 1 rescinding it. To the formidable strength of the PaP movement it were the worst infatuation to close our eye or to contemplate without alarm the efforts which 11;11\ making to carry its ultimate design into execution- their full accomplishment we have not only to behold 4 dismemberment of an Empire, but the subversion of4 Protestant Church—not only the restoration of ^j; testant Lands to their Popish Heirs, but the A struggle that must follow between contending J Need we repeat the stages of agitation preparatory to passing of the Relief Bill. They promised, they j passing of the Relief Bill. They promised, they protestedf I' they swore, that they contemplated nothing but that tJ Emancipation which put everything within their reØ except the Woolsack and the Throne. And what become of these oaths, promises, and protestations CO What peace has accrued to Ireland, what tranquility 0 t, the Empire ? These are questions which every man has the faculty of reason unperverted and unimp^ may answer for himself. With respect to the Factof,^j Bill, we sincerely hope that Ministers will have wisdom and experience, and that the work of Christ Education will not be entrusted to Sectarians—not great end for which such Education was designed, 1' 11 regulation of conduct, be at the mercy of those fd would purchase unity by an abasement of the 8taodllt1 of religious truth. But our confidence in the Go^'eI^ ment is sadly shaken when we hear Sir James J taking leave of the Bill more in the language 0 ^1 waiting gentlewoman" than in that of a vig°r<7 Statesman. Talking of general concord and O_Ope tion as essential to a system of Public Education, does a Conservative contemporary write, If e* 0i ( opponent must be conciliated, if every rambling j Dissent must be won over, 01 if the hope of making I who do not know their own tenets from week to friendly to a system of Public Education be essenti3 jj its first step, we have no hesitation in saying that « never take a second." It is with pain we write f things of a Conservative Government, able and we know it to be—and it has inherent strength firmness, it has a powerful majority in the House, supported by the best wishes of the best men of Country, why then is it unjust to itself and to pectations of the nation. The day of trial is ai>ProaCtj(jl" [ —the threats of demagogues, the clamours of faCftjjK^ I and the cajoleries of pretended friends, must be ta disregarded. So long as its Councils are Bri-ti* j Nation is brave, and will support a firm, honest, ¡\ manly Cabinet to the last.