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I THE undersigned, D.IVII) MORGAN, beinsj A Tithe-Owner in the Parish of LLANCA UVAN, in the County of GLAMORGAN, whose interest is not Jess than one-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes in the said Parish, Do, by this Notice in writing under my hand, CALLa PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND-OWNERS and TITHE-OWNERS, within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an agreement for the General Commutation of Tithes within the limits of the said Parish pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th years of the reign of his late Majesty King William IV., intituled, An Act passed for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales." And 1 do hereby give Notice that such Meeting will be held at the VESTRY ROOM, of the said Parish, on WEDNESDAY, the Twentieth day of MARCH next, at the hour of Twelve at noon. Given under my hand this 25th day of February, 1839. DAVID MORGAN. T THE undersigned, EDWARO STEPHENS, being -■-J the duly authorized A^ent of the Bishop, Archdeacon and Chapter, of LIandaff, the Impro- priators of certain Tithes within the Parish of PIJN DOYLON, in the County of GLAMORGAN, and of the Reverend William Berkin Meakham Lisle, Doctor of Laws, their Lessee; and also of the Reverend William Williams, Doctor in Divinity, Vicar of the said Parish, whose interest is in the whole value of the Tithes in the said Parish, Do, by this Notice in writing under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of the LAND-OWNERS and TITHE-OWNERS, within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an Agreement for the General Commutation of Tithes, within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the sixth and seventh years of the reigu of his late Majesty William the Fourth, intituled, An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales." And. I do also hereby give Notice, That such Meeting will be held at the Dwelling House of M0STF.S OWF.N, situate near the Church, in the Parish of Pendoylon aforesaid, on MONDAY, the 25th day of MARCH instant, at the hour of Eleven in the Forenoon. Given under my hand this Second day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine. EDWAilD STEPHENS. Notice of the Annual Election of the Guardians of the Poor. BRIDGEND ANI) COWBRIDGE UNION. THE Churchwardens and Overseers of the several Parishes and Hamlets comprised in the above Union, and hereinafter named, will, in pursuance of the order of the Poor Law Commissioners, proceed on Thursday the 28th day of MARCH instant, to the Election of the number of Guardians of the Poor set opposite the names of such Parishes and Hamlets for the year ending the 27th March, 1840. Pari,he.. Number of parislie5> Number of Gaurdians. Guardians. Athans, St I Coychurch, Higher I Colwinstone 1 Coychurch Lower 1 Cowbridge 2 Cwmdu 1 Donatts, St 1 Landyfodwg 1 Eglwsbrewis I Langeinor I Hemingstone 1 Langonoyd Lower I Gileston 1 Langonoyd Middle 1 Hilary, St 1 Lanharran 1 Llanblethian 1 Lanilid 1 Landough < Pencoed 1 Landow I Peterstone 1 Langan .•••••• 1 Ynisawohe 1 Lanharry •••••••••• Brides Major, St 1 Lanmaes 1 Coity Higher 1 Lanmiliangle I Coity Lower 2 Lansannor 1 Ewenny 1 Lantwit Major. 2 Kenfig 1 Lisworney I Laleston 1 Marcross I Merthyrmawr I Mary Church, St I Newcastle Higher 1 Mary Hill, St J Newcastle Lower •• 1 Monknash 1 Newton Nottage 1 Penline 1 Pyle 1 Ystradowen I Tythegstone Higher I Bettws 1 Tythegstone Lower 1 Brides Minor, St 1 Wick 1 Any person entitled to vote in any of the said Parishes or Hamlets, may propose, as the Guardian or Guardians thereof, any number (not exceeding the number to be there elected) of persons who are severally rated to the Poor Kate of any Parish or Hamlet in the Union, in res pect of property of the annual value or rental of f25. The proposal must be written, and must state the names residences, and callings of the persons proposed, and the name of the proposer, and mist he delivered to one of the Churchwardens and Overseers of such Parish or Hamlet, on or before the 23rd day of March inst. Owners of Rateable Property in such Parish or Hamlet, as well as Ratepayers, are entitled to vote, provided their names are on the register of owners, or if they send in to the Churchwardens and Overseers before the day of Elec- tion their claims to vote, with a statement of their names and address, and a description of their property. Owners may also vote by proxy; but proxies must make the statements above-mentioned for their princi- pals, and transmit to the Churchwardens and Overseers the originals or attested copies of their appointments. In case of a contest for the office of Guardian in any of the said Parishes or Hamlets, the votes will be given in papers,tobeleftbythe Churchwardens and Overseers two days at least before the day fixed for the election, at the houses of those residents of the Parish who are then en- titled to vote. All residents outofthe Parish or Hamlet, and all persons who become entitled after that day, must apply to one of the Churchwardens and Overseers for yotingpapers on the day of election. The forms of nomination papers, statements of owners, and appointment of proxy, may be seen and copied by voters at the Board Room in the Union Workhouse, Bridgend, or at the Clerk's Office, Cowbridge. WM. EDMONDES, Clerk to the Board of Guardians. Notice of the Annual Election of Guardians of the Poor. N E A ,T H UNION. rpHE CHURCHWARDENS and OVERSEERS JL of the several Parishes and Hamlets, com- prised in the above Union, and hereinafter named, will, in pursuance of the order of the Poor Law Commis' sioners for England and Wales, proceed on the. 28th Jay of MARCH instant, to the Election of the number of the Guardians of the Poor set opposite the names of such Parishes or Hamlets for the year ending the First Thursday after the 25th day of March, 1840. Guardians. Guardians. Blaenhonddan 1 Baglan, Lower 1 Coedfrank. 1 Glyncorrwg j Neath, Higher 1 Blaengwrach J Ditto, Middle 1 Lansamlet, Higher. 1 Ditto, Lower. 1 Ditto, Lower.# 2 Dylais, Upper I Killybebill 1 Ditto, Lower. I f,angrucke .I Dnffryli Clydach. 1 Aberavon 1 Ynuymend I Britton Ferry 1 Lantwrt, Lower 1 Margam .2 Clyne I Neath 3 Resolven. I Ystradgunlais, Higher 1 Michaeldone, Higher. 1 Ditto, Lower.. I Ditto, Lower.. I Ystradfelite .I Baglan, Higher. 1 Llangonoyd, Higher.. 1 Any person entitled to vote in any of the said Parishes or Haihlets may propose, as the Guardian or Guardians thereof, any number (not exceeding the number to be there Elected) of persons who are severally Rated to the Poor-rate of any Pariah or Hamlet in the Union, in respect of property of the annual value or rental Of -25. The proposal must be written, and must state the names. residences, and callings, of the persons proposed, and the name of the proposer, and must be delivered to one of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the said Parish or Hamlet on or before the 21st day of March instant. Owners of Rateable Property in such Parish or Hamlet, as well as Rate-payers, are entitled to vote, provided their names are on the Register of owners, or if they send in to ti e Churchwardens and Overseers before the day of Election their claims to vote, with a statement of their names and address and a description of their property. Owners may also vote by Proxy; but Proxies must make the statements above mentioned for their princi- pals, and transmit to the Churctiwarclens and Overseers the originals or attested copies ot their appointments. In case of a contest for the Office of Guardian in any of the said Parishes or Hamlets, the votes will be given in papers to be left by the Churchwardens and Over- seers two days, at least, before the day fixed for the- Election, at the Houses of those residents of the Parish or Hamlets who are then entitled to vote. All resident, out of the Parish or Hamlets, and a.1 persons who be- come entitled after that day, must apply to one of the Churchwardens and Overseers for voung-papers on the day of Election. f The Forms of nomination papers, statements of wner" and appointment of proxy, may be seen and copied by voters at the Board Room, in the Neath Union Work- house, or at the Clerk's Office. N.B.-Parishes neglecting to appoint Guardian-, in Pursuance hereof. will be unrepresented and those chosen, are requested to produce their appointments at the first meeting to be held on Tuesday, the 2nd of April next, 6 ALEX. CUTHBERTSON, f}ltyJ:J v « „ ¥- GAZlfTTE AND OlMriDIAN OFFICE, I High Street, Merlhyr Tydvil. NEW SCIENTIFIC ANNUAL. In a closely printed volume with Engravings, Price 53., TnE YEAR-BOOK OF FACTS, in Science and Art; exhibiting the most important Discoveries, and improvements of the past year. By the Editor of the Arcana of Science, and late Editor of the Mirror. The Editor has included about One Thousand New Facts, classified as follows: I.—MECHANICAL and USEFUl, ARTS, (including a succinct account of the Economy of Railways and Steam Navigation.) II.—NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. III.—ELECTRICAL SCIENCE. IV.—CHEMISTRY. V.—ZOOLOGY. VI.—BOTANY. VII.—GEOLOGY and MINERALOGY. VII.—ASTRONOMICAL and" METEOROLOGICAL PHENOMENA OF THE YEAR. VII.—MISCKLLXNIES. (including the Scientific Obituary of 1833.) For every House and Family, HINTS FOR THE TABLE: or the Economy JJ1 of Good Living, containing new instructions in Dietetics, Gastronomy, and the Art of Dining; the Dessert, and the Art of Drinking Wine; Coffee and Tea Making; Table Anecdotes, National Dinners, &c.- Cloth, Gilt edges, 2s. 6d. CRITICAL OPINIONS. "A very original, sparkling, and clever brochure. The authorities consulted by the Author are numerous and as he lias a vein of brilliant wit in himself he knows how to make the most of them."— Atlas. "These Hints, nearly 1000 in number, will he accept- able not only to the bon vivaut, but to the good house- wife. health and economy, as well as luxury been kept in view."—Spectator. We have rarely seen a book contain so much or such a variety of information the whole is very entertaining as well as useful.—Literary Gazette. Napoleon- This day is Published, in Super-royal Octavo, Price Sixpence, No. I. (to be continued weekly) of the HISTORY OF NAPOLEON: from the French of Norvins, Laurent (de l'Ardeche) Bomnenne, Las Casas, the Duchesse d'Abrantes, Lucien Bonaparte, &c.; with Abstracts from the works of Hazlitt, Carlyle, and Sir Walter Scott. Edited by R- H • irOBifE; Author of "Cosmo de' Medici. "The Death of Mar- lowe," &c. richly illustrated with many Hundred En- gravings on wood, after designs by Raffot Horace Vernet, Ja,rhis Work has originated in the belief that the great mass of the English People are >Per T?on-u)arte with the History and Character of N*P°extreme 'ePul y Very partial accounts characterised by & gj or extreme condemnation, have been 0HI" circle, and published at too high > PI1C f voluminous a form, to place them within the General Reader. The object of the work no^ submiUed is to give an impartial digest of an numerous publications concerning Napoeon; w ic digest will be condensed into One Volume. The style of the Engravings and Printing and the quality of the Paper, will be such as to render the Work one of the choicest specimens of the Typographic Art. To be completed in about Forty-eight Weekly umbers, price Sixpence each; or Twelve Monthly Parts, price Two Shillings each. Books of Devotion. THE ALTAR SERVICE; for the use of country congregations: with short prayers, adapted for the communion of the sick. By the Rev. S. Isaacson, A.M.; 32ino. Beautifully bound in embossed cloth, gilt edges, wi'li engraved Title and Frontispiece, Is. 6d. The same, larger type, 18ino. Is. 6d. SELECT PRAYERS, for all sorts and conditions S of men with devotional exercises, for the friends of the sick; and calculated to assist young ministers in their official visitation. By the Hev. S. Isaacson, A.M. 32ino Beautifully bound in embossed cloth, with en- graved Tiile, and Portrait of the Archbishop of Canter- bury. Is. 6; The same, larjer type, lSmo. Is. 6d. LTAll SERVICE, and Select Prayers, as L above: bound together, in one volume, in roan, silt edges, 3s. 6J. VpHORNTON'S FAMILY PRAYERS: eighth ri Edition. 12mo. 4s. M R J. E. Dr B B, Respectfully requests the attention of the Public to his entirely new and superior stock of STATIONERY. The whole has been selected with considerable care, and is marked for sale at very moderate prices. BLOTTING CASES. Quarto Blotting Cases; very neatly embossed cloth 0 16 Ditto; embossed roan, with pockets 0 2 6 Ditto; superior embossed roan, with pockets, lock and key 0 5 0 Ditto; black roan 0 2 6 Foolscap Ditto. 0 3 3 BANKER'S AND COUNTING HOUSE CASES. Seven different sizes, five pockets each, black roan, Is. 6d., Is. 9d., 2s., 2s. d., 2s. 9d 3s., and 3s. 3d. The same, very superior mock Russia, 2. 6d., 2s. 9d., 3s., 4s., 4S. 3d., 4<. 6d., and 5s. POCKET BOOKS OF A VEnY SUPEUIOU DESCITIPTION. Three sizes, each containing three pockets, and other conveniences, 2. 6,1., 2s. 9d., and 3s. WEEKLY MEMORANDUMS. Various sizes, in roan cases, with a page of Ass's skin for each day, 1*. 3d-, ls.6<l.,2s ..and 2s. 6d. The same, in the form of tablets, with six leaves of Ass's skin, in very superlor roan case, with tuck, and i,„.„ 9a 2*. 6d and 3s. two pockets,/s., • » Memorandum ilocket Hooks, in roan cases, fastening with loops, 9d., Is.. and Is. 6d. The same in mock Russia, very superior, Is. 6d., 2s., 2.1. 3d., and 2s. 6J. RU LERO, OF VARIOUS SIZES AND PRICES. The same, with Wafer Stamp, Indian Rubber, and Pencil enclosed, Is. The same, with Wafer Stamp, Indian Rubber, and Pen and Pencil enclosed, Is. 6d. LETTER PAP En. Per Ream. PerQuire. s. d. s. d. Superfine Bath Post. 9 6 0 6 Superfine Satin Bath 13 0 0 9 Ditto Ditto '3 • • • • 0 10 Dhto, Middle J 1 0 Ditto, Thick 20 0 1 2 Superfine Thick Laid .•••••••• .••• 12 Superfine Thick Satin, Gilt •••• j £ Ditto, Black Edge 0 I fa Ditto, Black Border -30 u 2 u NOTE PAPER. Superfine Thick Satin I' » o J"! S S Ditto, Black I O Ditto, Black Border u 1 FOOLSCAP. Common Laid Foolscap 20 X 8 ••••' 1 ° Fine ditto 0 ,0 Superfine ditto Q Super.llle d)tto Ditto, Ruled for Accounts •••• ■; » « '3 tine ditto n fi Superfine ditto Fine Blue Wove 22 0 1 1 BROWN PAPER. n 13 6 0 10 Bag Cap 10 0 10 Duto Thick 26 Q #>>> j 6 30 0 I 10 O.tto fine Q #>>> 3 6 Double Imperial „ f Double Small Cap Double Small Hand „ p r\ a]l U t*tt v 14 0 0 10 '^ltt0 n f. Small Hand 3 « U Ditto 6 0 0 4 CARTRIDGE. Royal 30 0 2 0 Imperial. ">0 0 3 Printing Papers, Account Books, Pens, Quills, and Steel Pens in great variety. PAPER HANGINGS. A very extensive assortment may be selected from, in pieces of twelve yards long, at One Shilling and Sixpence the piece. AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF PATTEltNS May also he inspected, suitable for Drawing, Dining, Sitting, and Bod Booms: Halls. l'assa<»es. &c be 5lct, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, A GENTLEM AN'S HOUSE, in a retired part of the County, either Furnished or Unfurnished, with extensive rights of Shooting and Fishing.—The House is replete with every convenience, and Coal very cheap.— Any quantity of land may be had with it. Apply personally, or by letter post-paid, to J. Bruce Pryce, Esq., Duffryn, Cardiff. FARM TO LET. Co be Uet, FROM THE 25TH DAY OF MARCH 1839, rl^HE FARM of KIL-Y-FRAXE, consisting of about 1'20 Acres of good sound Turnip and Barley Land, and particularly well adapted for Sheep situate within Six Miles of two of the best Markets in Wales. For particulars, or to view, apply to David Davies, Glanbrane, near Neath, Glamorganshire. Letters to be post paid. NEWBRIDGE, GLAMORGANSHIRE. to be -act, or OIi:Jt THE whole of that PROPERTY situate at TRE- c POREST and NEWBRIDGE, known by the sign df the QUEE\ ADELAIDE consisting of a Public- House, with a Shop and Bake-House, and from four to five hundred yards of Ground, fit for Building, attached. The Property is held under a lease of ninety-nine years, and forms a most desirable investment of capital tor any person engaging in the public or shop business. ^rthor particulars, apply (if by letter, postpaid) to Mr David Price, on the premises. r F BRIDGEND, GLAMORGANSHIRE. tiro lie net ill) Auction, ^WEDNESDAY, the 20th Day of MARCH inst., at I the VV YNDH AM A ll\!S, in the Town of BItlDGEND, (or, in the mean time, by private contract,) in about Nine Lots, of suitable sizes, fl^HE FARM and LANDS called VELYNWILT, -*■ situate and lying close to the very improving- Town of Bridgend. The Farm contains about 50 Acres, and is now in the occupation of Richard Morgan, whose time expires therein the 25th instant. The Lots to be let on a term of 14 years, the Tithes and Taxes, of whatever description, will be paid by the Landlord, and the fences and gates put in substantially good repair, so that any person renting these Premises will have nothing to do, annually, but pay the rent to be agreed upon, and keep the fences and gates in repair, and in order to prevent any enquiry that may be un- pleasant as to the bidder upon any Lot, it will be a sti. pulation that a year's rent be paid in advance. lhere is scarcely a Town in the kingdom but what the Gentleman or Tradesman near which wants a few acres of Land, and he scarcely can obtain the same without being to a degree (sometimes unpleasantly) obliged to some one. This opportunity will enable any person to obtain such accommodation without any iavour and it js supposed that these Premises will be taken readily by persons so circumstanced. li*1'"formation may be obtained by applying to Mr Randall, Bridgend or to Mr Hugh "Jones Auctioneer, Brecon. Brecon, 1st March, 1839. GLAMORGANSHIRE. To Butchers, Graziers, Farmers, and Others. iro. ite OUJ tig aUtttont By Mr W. MORRIS, On THURSDAY, the 28th of MARC! 1839. on the Premises, at MERTHYRMAWR DEMESNE* FARM distant about a Mile and a Half from the Town of Bridgend, rlMlE undermentioned very Superior and Valuable 1 LIVES I'OCK, 1 M PLE M RN rs of „ us |{ A D itv &c., the Property of John Michol!, ESq Stock consists of 7 Fat Oxen, 3 ditto Heifers.'and 5 ditto C.,wS> 7 Milch Cows (either with or in calf), 6 two and three year old Store Heifers, d ditto Sleers,a remarkably handsome Ayrshire Bull, and It yearling Cattle- the Cattle are chiefly of the Ayrshire breed, and The remainder a cross between the Ayrshire and Glamorgan,the superior quality of which for a cany, combined with a hardy, constitution, is universally admitted and the whole will be found in excellent. C(""i*ltlon 157 Breeding Ewes, either with or in lamb), 5o f.at Wether*, 80 yearling Ewes 40 ditto Wethers, and 7 llaiTls the Sh whjch are of the Leicester and Cotswold breed, have been selected with great care, and are well worthy the atten- tion of Breeders; 3 valuable Draught Horses, 3 Saddle ditto, and several Saddle and Pony Colts- aUo lr> Fat Pi., of ,he n. I,n'plot isSli Waggons, 1 Broad and I Narrow Wheel Ciru a Watnr Cask and Wheels. 2 Iron and 3 Wooden Ploughs, Iron Drags and Harrows, 2 Kollera. Turnip Drill, Wianowin* Machine, several sets ot Cart and Plough Harness, &c. &e. ° The Sale will commence with the Sheep (which will be divided into suitable lots), at n O>ciock jn thfi fore. noon precisely the whole to be sold without reserve, and Three Months Credit given on approved Security to purchasers of Ten Pounds and upwards. 1 he Auctioneer respectfully solicits an early attendance, as the whole is intended to be sojd jn Qne Sale will commence precisely at Eleven. BRECONSHlftk & CLAMOItGANSililLEI THE FOLLOWING LOTS OF OAK TIMBER, To be Soft b2 tribute Contract, OfiO OAK TIMBER TREES, with Top, Lop and Bark, growing on Abertreweren in the Parish of Defynnock, Brconshire. and within one mile of the Brecon forest Tram Road, marked pro- gressively with white paint from No. I to 260. 300 OAK TIMBER TREES, with Top, Lop, and Bark, growing on Lletty Rees, in the Parish of Cadox- ton Juxta Neath, t'iamorganshire, and within one mile of the Swansea Canal marked progressively with white paint from No 1 to 300. For further particulars apply to Mr Thomas Lott Martin, Yuistawe, near Swansea if by Letter,Post paid. CRICKHOWELL, BRECONSIIIIZE. A Freehold Residence, and Valuable Household Furniture for Sale. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR H. MORGAN, At the OAK COTTAGE, CRICKFIOWELL on THURSDAY, the 21st day of MARCH, 1539, nTHE following Valuable HOUSEHOLD FLJR- NITURE, late the Property of the Rev. H. VAUGHAN, deceased; consisting of handsome Dining, Library, Loo, Work, and other Tables Sofa, excellent Chests with Drawers, Four-post, French, Tent. and other Bedsteads, with Moreen and Chintz Furniture; Carpets, Sideboards, Chelhoneers, China Ornaments, Globe, Pier and mving Looking Glasses, Dressing Tables, Wash-hand Stands; ;everal capital Feather Beds, Mat- trasses and Palliasse, Window Curtains with Poles, &c., Rugs, Drawing Room and other Chairs and the usual description of Chamber Furniture, Bed Linen, Dinner Service, China and Glass, Sets of Polished Steel Fire Irons, Bronzed Fenders, Kitchen Furniture and Culinary Utensils, Eight day Clock, several dozens of Bottles, Earthenware, Beer Casks, &c.; together with numerous miscellaneous items, which will be fully described in Catalogues, to be had of the Auctioneer, High Street, Ciickhowell, six days prior to the Sale. Sale to commence at Eleven o'Clock, as the whole will be Sold the same day. Also, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTIOV, at the BEAU- FORT ARMS, in the Town of CRICKHOWELL. on the following Day, between the hours of One and Three in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall be then and there produced, THP OAK. COTTAGE, Consisting of a good sized Dining Room, Drawing Room and Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Servants' Hall, &c. &c., Vive good Bed Rooms, and TVo Servants' Ditto, large Garden, Stable, and Cottage convertible into a Coach House, pleasantly situated at Crickliowell, and fit for the residence of a genteel Family. For further particulars, apply to Messrs Gabell and Son, Solicitors, or to Mr Henry Morgau, Auctioneer, Orickhowell. All Letters must be Post paid. Crickliowell. Fpbruarv 27. 1839. h- "1- 0-_ CARMARTHENSHIRE* Capital Navy Tiraper and Oak Poles ForTeale. œo be golfr fttutioit, d By Mr DAVID JONES, -71- At the GLANBRANE AIUB in the Town of LLAN- DO VERY, on WEnvnyA Y the 10th Day of APRIL, 1839 at Four oVBfck iQ l'ie Afternoon, sub- ject to conditions to be tQ4 produced, MAIDEN OA9TREES standing' on the Glanbrane EajaUe, in one Lot, or in the following Lots, as shall belJlreed upon at the time of Sale. LOT 1.-132 OAK TRESES, marked with Wack paint, numbered progressively frofti 1 to 132. LOT 2.—10G OAK TREES, marked with black paint, numbered progressively from I to 106. LOT 3.—66 OAK FREES, marked with black paint, numbered progressively from I to 66. LOT 4.—226 OAK TREES, marked with black paint, numbered progressively from 1 to 226. LOT 5.—25 OAK TREES, marked with black paint, numbered progressively from 1 to 25. The above Trees are of large dimensions and of ex- cellent quality, are distant from Llandovery three miles, and grow adjoining the turnpike road from Llandovery to Builth. ALSO WILL BE SOLD at the same time several acres of fine Oak Poles, growing on the Farm of Penhewl in the Parish of Llanfairarybrin, in the said County of Carmarthen, adjoining the turnpike road lead- ing from Llandoverv to Llanurted Wells, distant from, Llandovery about six miles. Morgan Walters, of Penhewl, near Glanbrane Parkt will shew the Timber and Poles, and further particulate may be had on application, (if by letter post paid) to Mr John Morgan, Solicitor, Llandovery, Llandovery, Feb. 21st 1839. TREBOROUGH, SOMERSET. OAK AND ASH TIMBER, OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. oflt Soltr fcg ftuctton, At the TREVELYAN ARMS INN, at YARD, in NETTLECOMB E. on WEDNESDAY, the 20th Day of MARCH next, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon Precisely, 471 OAK TREES, with their Tops, Lops, and Bark, standing in Treborough Wood, in 5 Lots 4 of them comprising 100 Trees cach, and the 5th Lot 71 Ti ■ees, all marked with red paint, numeri- I cally beginning with number I and progressing to txr a*n^ ASH TREES, at the bottom of Side Wood in Treborough, either in one Lot, or in such Lots as may be fixed at the Auction, numbered with red paint from 1 to 79. The whole is either adjoining or very near to a good and level public road, and within a short distance of the Bristol Channel. Mr James Babbage, at Nettlecombe Court, or Robert Bryant, the Woodman, at Side Wood, will shew the Timber. Further particulars may be known on application to Mr Bahbage, or Mr Rowcliffc, Solicitor, Stogumber, near Watchet; if by letter, the postage to be paid. Stogumber, 25th February, 1839. To be Sold, or Let for the Season, WILL WATCH, BY Middleton out of Maid ofthe Rfi'l, (Washing- ton's Dam) h> .Zxliac, her Dam ToboSi, by Hon" Quixote. He is a bright Bay, fifteen hands two inches high, with great bone and power. He has proved him- self a sure foal getter I his stock are remarkably fine and equal to heavy weights as Hunters, as well as being steady and fast in harness. For further pariiculars, apply (if by Letter,Post paid) to JVIathe w Morgan, at Mr Bradley's Stables, at Cowbridge, where the Horse may he seen. TAFIF VAL-E, RAILWAY, From Merlhyr Tydvil to the Port of Cardiff. Tenders for Loans. I^HE Proprietors of this Company hnving1 resolred to take up on LOAN1 the Sum of ONE HLN'DRED THOUSAND POUNDS, which they are authorised by their Act to do now that half their Capital is paid up, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE^J. That the DIrectors will receive Proposals for the Loan of Money on Deben- tures, for a period of not less than 5 years. Interest at the rate of 5 per rent, per annum, w'11 be Pa,d half- yearly, at Cardiff or in London.. Proposals to be addressed to the undersigned at the Railway Office, Cardiff, or to Messrs Swain, Stevens, & Co., Solicitors, 10, Whitehall, or London and West- minster T5ank, London, or to the West of England and South Wales District Bank, Bristol. JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. GLAMORGANSHIRE- JVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Next GENERA\ QUARTER SESSIONS'O/1 the PE ACE for the said County u)ill fwIde" On TUESDAY, the XINTH DAY of APRIL next, At the Town Hull, in the Town of COWBRIDGE in the mid County, on which day the Magistrates will meet and pr meed to Court at Eleven of the clock in the Forenoon. The (rrand Jury will then be sworn at which time all Prosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend alld prefer their Bills of Indictment. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace before eleven o'clock of such day. All business relating to the assessment, application, or management, of the County Stock or Rate, and to the internal regulations of the County> w'" commence at half- past eleven o'clock of such day. Bills and Demands relating to the Public Expenditure of the County must be delivered into the office of the Clerk of the Peace fourteen days before the Sessions, or they will not be audited and settled at such Sessions. All Persons who have any Traverse or Appeal to bring before the Sessions, are to be prepared to proceed on the same o« Tuesday morning's Court: ex- cept in cases relating to Bastardy, which will not be heard until Wednesday morning's Court. All costs given or allowed by the Court, mutt be tai-ed at the same Sessions, or they will not be afterwards allowed. The several acting Magistrates within the said County are re- quested to return all Depositions, relating to Felonies and Misdemeanors to be prosecuted at the same Sessions, into the office of the Clerk of the Peace at Cardiff, oil or before Friday, the 5th Day of April next. Cardiff, March 9th, WOOD, 1839. Clerk of Peace. BRECONSHIRE. JXTOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, that the X T Next GENERAL SESSIONS of the Peace for this County, "e hotden On TUESDAY, the NINTH day of APRIL Next, at the Shire-hall, in the tot^n °f Brecon on which day the Magistrates will meet and proceed to Court at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. The Grand Jury will then be sworn; at which time all Prosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend and prefer their Bills of Indictment; and all Appeals and Traverse* intended to be prosecuted at the same Sessions, and notice of all applications by Overseers or Guardians of Parishes, for orders upon putative fathers, for reimbursement for nuiinteneince and support of bastard children, under the Act 4th and 5th William IV., cap. 76, must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace, before the sitting of the Court. NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, That all persons having claims up°n the County, in respect of work done aj,td ai-ticlesftti,,nished for the use of the County Gaol, must attend with their accounts before the Visiting Magistrates, at the Gaol, ?n Tuesday, the second day of April next, at eleven o clock In the forenoon; and persons having other clat'ns ™P°n the County, must attend with their accounts before l"e Magistrates, at the Town Hall, Brecon, on Monday, the Eighth day of April next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, when such several accounts will be audited. And further, that the business relating to the Assess- ment, Application and Afanageent of the County Stock of liate will commence at two o clock in the afternoon of the said ninth day of April next. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY LASTLY GIVEN, That all Costs of Prosecutions to be allowed by the County must be taxed at the same Sessions, previous to or during which they shall be incurred, or they will not afterwards be allowed.-Dated the 13th day of March, 1839. POWELL, BRECONSHIRE. LENT ASSIZES, 1839. I DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE and proelnim, That the ASSIZES for the County of BRECON will he held before Sir John Taylor Coleridge, Knight, one of tbe Justices of her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, on SATUltDAY, the 23rd day of M A RCH inst, at the SHIRE HALL, in BRECON, when and where all Prosecutors and Witnesses bound over to prosecute and give evidence are required to attend, or their recog- nizances will be forfeited and when and whore the Grand and Petit Jurors, and all Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Escheators, Stewards, aud also all Chief Constables and Bailiffs of every Hundred and Liberty within my said County, are required to attend, and be then and there in their proper persons, with their Rolls, Records, Indictments, and other tlemeinbrarceg, to do and perform such things as shall be enjoined them, or as belong to their respective offices to be done. Dated this 12th day of March, 1839. JOHN LT,OYD, High Sheriff. N. B. The Magistrates'Clerks are to deliver to the Clerk of the Assizes, upon the opening of the Commis- sions, the Depositions in each Case, with tltf Hecog. nizances of the Prosecutors and Witnesses put together. The SHERIFF'S ORDINARY will be at he SWAN- HOTEL, on the Day of the Opening of the Commission. Dinner on the table precisely at three. TO LAND SURVEYORS. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the ADMEASUREMENT and MAPPING of the Parish of CRICKHOWELL, in the County of BRE. CON, in conformity with the regulations of the Tithe. Commissioners for England and Wales, as a First Class Map, under a voluntary Commutation of Tithes, are requested to send Tenders, (postage paid) to Messrs Gabell and Son, Solicitor", Crickliowell, on or before the 21st day of MARCH, 1839; such Tenders specify- ing the price per acre. The estimated quantity of Land in the Parish is 2030 acres, exclusive of common Lands. One copy only of the plan and book of reference is required. Ciickhowell, February 21st, 1839. Splendid Drawing Room Clocks ^HE PROPRIETORS of LEVY'S BRISTOL L BAZAAR, 7, UNION STREET, BRISTOL, have just received a consignment of new Models from Paris and Geneva, at uuusually low prices. Library Clocks to go 15 days and strike the hours, 5 Guineas. Splendid Drawing Room Clocks from 8 Guineas. The perform- ance warranted. The greatest variety in the West of England. Music according to the taste of the purchaser added in a few hours. Flat Gold Watches in double bottom cases, warranted X7. Fine Gold Guard Chains X4. The stock of Silver and Sheffield Plated Goods, Gold and imitation Gold Jewellery, English and Foreign Watches, Lamps, Cabinet Furniture, Furnishing Iron- mongery, Cutlery, Cut Glass, Chimney Ornaments, Musical Boxes, Accordians, &c., have received consider- able additions. Levy's Bristol Bazaar, 7, Union Street, Bristol. FOR the Cure of Scrophula, Scnrvy, Scorbutic Affections, Eruptions and Pimples on the Face, and other parts of the Body, Swellings or Ulcerations of the Neck, Sore Breasts, and all disorders attended with painful swellings, or with morbid and irritating Erup- tions of the Skin, open Wounds and Sores, Contraction of the Limbs, Enlargement of the Joints, or Glands, Lameness, Morbid Secretions, General Debility, Nervous Affections, Lumbago, Loss of Appetite, Indiges ion, or where the constitution has been injured by excesses, or diseases of any kind, Mercury, or other injudicious treat- mcnt, and in all those cases in which Sarsaparilla, or Tonics arc of any avail, the following Pills have in- variably proved far superior to any other Medicine. A -ME Have attained unparalleled celebrity, and are especially sanctioned by the faculty, as being, without exception, the safest and best Alterative and Tonic ever discovered, thousands having been radically cured by their unerring powers, after all other means had failed whole families, from the child to the adult, of both sexes, have been by them restored to Health and purity of Blood, their strength being renewed after long sickness, and sup- ported under the decay of nature, &c. The following lestlmonial will satisfy every one of their efficacy. "We have in our practice for many years, witnessed the unfailing powers of C. S. CHEDDON'S FAMED HERBAL TONIC PILLS in all cutaneous and other dis- eases for which they are offered, and from their safety, certainty, and superiority over all other medicines, we can confidently recommend them as the very best Tonic and purifier of the Blood ever made public. In all cases we have seen, they have produced their effects with great rapidity, and without requiring the least restraint or alteration from the usual habits.—Signed by John Palmer, M.D., Walworth, Dr. Thompson, Dr. Brown, Dr. Darwall, of Birmingham, Dr. Bell, R. Browne, Esq. M. ti.C.S. and other 0 eminent Physicians and Sur- geons. Numerous Testimonials from persons cured may be seen at the Agents, and which accompany each Box. AGF.NTS.-D. Morgan, Druggist, Merthyr Tydfil; Wil- liams, Cambrian Office, Swansea; J. L. Brigstocke. and Evans, Journal Office, Carmarthen P. John Rees, Vatchel and Phillips, Cardiff; Williams, Pontypoul; Hird and Drinkwater, Pembroke; Griffith and Protheroe Narberth Hawood, Neath; Evans, Newport; Davis and Williams, Cardigan; Bradford, Chepstow; Farror, Monmouth; Rees. Llandovery; Ferris, Browne, and Score, Union-street, Bristol and by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Venders in the Kingdom. Whole sale by Hannay and Co 63, Oxford Street, London. Prepared and sold Retail by Messrs GRAHAM and Co., Lis, Hoiborn, near Furnival's Inn, London, where the Physician may be consulted as usual, personally, from 9 till 3 daily, or by letter, (post paid) enclosing the usual fee of 10s. and patients in the country will be corresponded with until cured. Of whom may be obtained price 4s. 6 J. and 10s. the ANTI-CONSUMPTIVE LINIMENT," Prepared and Sold by appointment, at Messrs Graham and Co,'s, 138, Holborn, near Furnival's Inn, London. This valuable remedy the Discovery of a Physician of eminence, is celebrated for quickly curing and pre- venting Consumption, Asthma, recent, Chronic, and Hooping.Coughs, Wheezing at the Chest, Croup, and all diseases of the Lungs, Liver, and Stomach, which it effects without producing tenderness or other incon- venience. It is perfectly safe. and is applied by gentle friction, and so extraordinary is its power ill strengthening the Chest, &c., that all of delicate habits, or predisposed to Pulmonary Diseases should apply it without delay; as also all Vocalists, Public Speakers, &c., who neces. sarily have much exercise for the Lungs. With each bottle will be given the Essay lately published, on the uew method of curing Dropsy and Consumption, or the latter may be had alone of all Booksellers, or at Messrs Graham and Co.'s as above; and patients in the country corresponded with until cured. Fee 10s. All letters post paid. TO those afflicted with GOUT, RH EU.^IATIS.M LUMBAGO, SCIATICA, TICdOLOREUX, PAINS in tlie It EAD and FACE, often mistaken lor the TOOfH-ACHE &c. &c. There is no medicine to whose pralse higher and more numerous testimonials have been given. than to Biuir's Gout and Rheumatic Pills,"—from all parts of the Kingdom and every rank in society, their great efficacy is acknowledged The recent case of the Chevalier dc le Garde, Chamberlain to" Stanislaus, late King of Poland, is one of the most convincing proofs of thiir great and extraordinary virtues. Similar effects were also experienced by the Rev. Dr B;omberg, of Mi«pert(,n Hall, Yorkshire, Chaplain to his late Majesty, and Rector of Cripplegate, London, who, with a spirit of the kinde.t hu- manity, voluntarily gave his testimony to their happy effects Cases have from time to time been published, as transmitted by, or who can bear testimony to tlieir extraordinary efficacy tr-mi Mr Smeeton, Leeds, Mr Drewry, Derby, Mr Noble Boston, Mr Drury, Lincoln, jMr Hatiersby, Barton Mr Hall' Gainsborough, Mr Gardner. Banbury, Mr May, Evesham Mr Walker, Malmesburv, Mr Clime, Launceston, and a multitude of 0hers throughout the Kingdom, particularly in Lyndon and its vicinity, too numerous for insertion in an advertisement The afflicted with those tormenting diseases, Gout, Rheu- matic Gout, Rheumatism. Limbago, Sciatica, Pairs in the Head and Face, often mistaken tor the Tooth Ache, Tic -om tll(! is Doloreux, &c., will find from the use of this Medicine, that speedy relief for which it is so celebrated. An.1 while its efficacy is unparalleled for the foregoing diseases, it must be consolatory to the atHicted wnh Gout, to be assured that it possesses the property of preventing the disease flyinij to the brain, stomach, or other viial part. Sold by Thomas Prout, 221, Strand, London and by his appointment, by Mr D. Morgan, Druggist, Merthyr Tydvil: Mr Phillips, Cardiff; Mr Farror, Monmouth; and all resnec- table Medicine Venders throughout the Kingdom. Price 2s, 9d. per box Ask for Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills, and observe the name and address ot "Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London," impressed on the Government Stump, affiled lu each Box of ..#-r- .v, CROUCH & WILLIAMS^ COACH niaILIDEILS, PROMENADE, RICHMOND HILL, CLIFTON. Manufactory, 105, Temple Street, Bristol. CI & W. respectfully invite tlie attention of the '• Public to the Clifton Establishment, whick is opened for the inspection and sale of Carriages and Harness, of their own Manufacture. Tljey bcK to return their best thanks for the very liberal support they have received so many years, and "are determined that no ex- pense shall be spared, in the selection of their Materials and Workmen, to merit a tontinuaaee of the patronage already conferred on them. Carriages Sold on CoraiWssion.n*; ■*f!i ALBINOLOPS I Or the ST. COItfX ST. DAMIEN (Brothert and Phj/giciutts) iRf OINTMEN ALBINOLO'S OINTMENT, FOR the Cine of Cancer, Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin, Contagious Diseases, Cholera, Plague, Wounds of every description, Burns, Pains or Aches of iny kind, Lues, Chilblains, and various other Diseases. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. MR FELIX ALBINOLO, (from Turin,) 23, Earl- Street, Blackl'riars, London, sole Proprietrtr and Com- pounder of the Ointment called ALBINOLO'S OINTMENT, ivarns the public that the testimoii "Is of Sir Benj, C. Brodie, Bart., Herbert Mayo, Esq., Dr. Wagner, J. Malyn, E,q., and w. C. Dendy, Eiq (from which Mr Themas Holloway, of 13, Broad Street, Buildings, City, gives garbled extracts in Uvour of a medicine of his own,) referred to Albluolo'a Ointment, and not to any discovery of Mr Thomas Holloivay, who never knew, nor was never made acquainted with the ingredients of which Alhinoio's Ointment is composed, or the secret of manufacturing the same. Extract of a Letter from Sir Benj itnin Brodie, Bart., Surgeon to the Queen, directed to Mr Thomas Holloway, for F. Albiuolo. London,—14, Saville Row,-June 19th, 1837. Sir,-[ have made several trials of the Ointment which you sent me. I have found it useful in some instances i I am more inclined to employ those of which I know the composi- tion, than I- aiii to employ Signor Albinolo's Ointment, the composition of which you have not informed me. I itin, Sir, your obedient servant, (Signed) B. C. BRODIE. By Herbert Mayo, Esq., F.R.S., Senior Surgeon to Middlesex Hospital, Professor of Anatomy a i i Pathology to the King's College. London, &c., directed to Mr Thomas Holioway, for F. Aibinolo. Sir,—Will you have the goodness to excuse this informal mswer. The Ointmeut has been of use in till the cases in ■vhich I have used it. Send m, if you please, some more in a few days' time. I have enough for the present, Middlesex Hospital, April 9, 18S7, (Signed) H. MAYO. By Herbert Mayo, Esq., F.R.S., &c. Sir,—I am much obliged to you for your rolite offer to send me more of the Ointment, which I tried at, Sir Holloway's request. I really have kept no note of its effects beyond what my communication to Mr Holioway contained. In a few casc" of skin disease it wa< serviceable. The best case I had of its efficacy was one of scrofulous tubercles, on the face of a chilil, which mended rapidly with it.-19, George Street, Hanover Square. I am, &c. August 29, 18H7. (Signed) HERBERT MAYO. Dr. Felix Albinolo, 5, Paul's Chain. Prepared only by FELIX ALBINOLO, No 23, Earl-sneet. New Bridge-street, Blackfriars. London, liy whom the Country dealers are supplied on the usual ter ns And sold Wholesale and Retail in London by BARCLAY and SONS,95, Farringdon Street; EDWARDS, 07, St. Pnul's Church Yard; SOTToN tnd Co-, Bow Church Yard NEWBERRY, 45, Si. Paul's Church Yard WiLt,ouoHBr, til, Bisho(isgate-strtet Without; T. BUTLEII, 4, Cheapside. Agents for SCOTLAND BUTLER, 211, Waterloo Place, and I. and R. RAIMES, Leith Walk, EdInburgh. IRELAND: At the Medical Ilall, 54, Lower Sickville- street, Dublin. And Sold by all other Venders of Patent Medicines in everv Town throughout the Kingdllln;-AI\Y shop in the C-ountrv which mny not have them, will be supplied (if they are ordered) without any extra charge. Ask for ALBINOLO'S Ointment. In pot at2s. 9d.—Is. 6d.— 1 ls.22s — J3S.—Duty included. N-B. Also dealer iu Leeches, wholesale alld letail. Agentsfor MERTHYR; Mr DAVID MORGAN, Clietnist and Druggist; Mrs JENKINS, Chemist and Druggist J and all other vendors ot Patent Medicines. IN CASES OF SECRECY CONSULT THE TREATISE On every Stage and Symptom of the VEVEREAL DISEASE, in its mild and most alarming forms, just published by o j MESSRS. PERRY & Co., SURGEONS, 4, Great Charles Street, Birmingham; 23, Slater Street, Liverpool and 2, Bale Street, Manchester; and given gratis with each Box of PERRY'S PURIFYING} SPECIFIC PILLS Price 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d. and lis. per Box. ONTAINING a C full description of the above complaint, ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS, shew- ilig the different stages of this deplorable and wcll as the dreadful vtjwv. often fatal (lisease, as Vj | JJh jffjy effects arising from the use of mercury, accom- panied with plain and practical directions for an effectual and speedy cure with ease, secrecy, and safety, without the aid of medical assistance. PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, price 2s 9d.,is. Gd. and I Is. per Box, are well known throughout Europe and America, to be the most certain and effectual cure ever discovered for every stage and symptom of the Venereal Disease, in both sexes, including Gonorrhoea, Gleets, Secondary Symptorm, Strictures. Seminal Weak- ness, Deficiency, and all the Diseases of the Urinary Passages, without loss of time, confinement, or hind- rance from business; they have effected the most sur- prising cures, not only in recent and severe cases, but when salivation and all other means have failed and when an early application is made to these Pills for the cure of the Venereal Disease, frequently contracted in a moment of inebriety, the eradication is generally com- pleted in a few days; and in the more advanced and inveterate stages of venereal infestion, characterized by a variety of painful and distressing symptoms, a perse- verance in the Specific Pills, and to the directions fully pointed out in the Treatise, will ensure to the patient a permanent and radical cure- It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this horrid disease, owing to the unskllfulness of illiterate men, who by the use of that deadly poison, mercury, ruin the constitution, cause ulceration, blotches on the head, face, and body, dimness of sight, noise in the ears, deaf- ness, obstinate gleets, nodes on the shin bones, ulcerated sore throats, diseased nose, with nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, till at length a general debility and de- cay of the constitution ensues, and a melancholy death puts a period to their dreadful sufferings. In those dreadful cases of sexual debility, brought on by an early and indiscriminate indulgence of the passions, frequently acquired without the knowledge of the dread. ful consequences resulting therefrom, and which not only entail on its votaries all the enervating imbecilities of old age, and occasion the necessity of renouncing the felicities of marriage to those who have given way to this delusive and destructive habit, but weaken and destroy all the bodily senses, producing melancholy, deficiency, and a numerous train of nervous affections. In these distressing cases, whether the consequence of such baneful habits, or any other cause, a certain and speedy cure may be re- lied on by taking Perry's Purifying Specific Pills, and by a strict attention to the directions pointed out in the Treatise, which fully explains tue dreadful results arising from these melancholy cases. Messrs Perry and Co. Surgeons, may be consu'ted as usual at No. 4, Great Charles Street, Birmingham, and 23, Slater Street, Liverpool. Only one personal visit is required from a country patient, to enable Messrs Perry and Co. to give such advice, as will be the means of effecting a permanent and effectual cure, after all other means have proved ineffectual. Letters for advice must be post paid, and contain the usual fee of one" pound. Sold by the principal Medicine Sellers in every Market Town in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland; also on the Continent, and North and South America. N.B.—Country Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Medi. cine Venders, and every other Shopkeeper can be sap- plied with any quantity of Perry's Purifying Specific Pills, with the usual allowance to the trade, by Barclay and Son, Farringdon Street; T. Butler. 4, Cheapside Edwards, 67, St. Paul's Church Yard Sutton and Co.: Bow Church Yard Hannay and Co., 63, OxforJ Street; and by all other wholesale patent Medicine Houses in BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS WTLL SAIT' Du, i"&tl,e NUXT WEEK, as follows. FROM BRISTOL. MAR. 18, Monday 8 morn 1!), '.riiesday 9 morn 20, Wednesday 9-i morn 21, Thursday 10 morn 22, Friday H morn 23, Saturday 1-2 noon FROM NEWPORT. MAB. 18, Monday 7 mom 19, Tuesday 7^ morn 20, Wednesday 8 morn 21. Thursday 8 morn 22, Friday, Bi morn 23, Saturday. 9* morn FARES:—After Cabin,, 4s.-Fore-Cabin, 2s.-Chil- dren under 12 Years of Age, Ul alf-pr lee.- Dogs, Is each. Four-Whecl Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s.; Horses each, 5s.; Two-Wheel Carriage or iiglit Phaeton, drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s.; Horse and ltider, After-Cabin,7s ditto Fore-Cabin, 6s. The Proprietors of the above Packets GIVE NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Package, or Parcel(if lost or damaged) unless booked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport and if above the value of 40s. to be entered at its value and Carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time of Booking. Goods, Packages, and Parcels should be delivered at the Packet Office, one hour (at least) before the time stated for Sailing. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.-Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New- bridge, Bedwelty, and a bi-anch from Newbridge to Nantyglo-A Coach Daily between these places and Newport; arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- ing, and starting at 1 o'clock afternoon. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- pany's Office, Quay, Bristol; or at tbe Packet-Offices, ftownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, New- port. JOHN JONES, Agent. THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL STEAM PACKET LADY CHARLOTTE, H. T. PARFITT, Commander, IS INTENDED TO SAIL Dur'n" l'ie NEXT WEEK, as follows, (With liberty to Tow Vessels.) FROM CARDIFF. MAR. 19..Tuesday 7j morning 21..Thursday morning 23..Saturday 10i morning FROM BRISTOL. MAR. 18..Monday 6 morning 20.. Wednesday 7 morning 22..Friday 8i morning Carriages and Horses to be along-side an hour previous to the time of Sailing. FARES:—After Cabin, 5s.-Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is. each. A Female Steward attends the Ladies'Cabin. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four-Wheel Carriage, 2ls.j Ditto drawn by One Horse, IOs. 6d. Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin. 9s. Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d.; Cattle, 63. Sheep, Is. Pigs, Is. These Fares include every expense. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the NAUTILUS to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Robert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks and for the LADY CH ViLOTTE, to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets, at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Netobridge, Aberdare, Cowbi-idge, Bi-idgeyidp Llantrissent, and Caerl)hilly.-Goods forwarded to these Places in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im- mediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, i:i which case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Package-, Parcels, &c. forwarded to all parts of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to eitherof 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 Office on the Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr John Griffith Jones, Agent, Vo. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS Pac- ket; and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr W. B. Owen, 16, Avon Cres- cent, Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. 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 Booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristoi, if above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in pro- portion paid for the same, at the time of Booking.— 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 expence of the consignees. All goods to be considered as liens, not ouly for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously un- satisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weight or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot be allowed, unless a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. NPARALLELEDSUCCF.SS.-Tlie Superiority U of WRAY'S BALSAMIC PILLS over Copaiba, Cubebs, and every other medicine, in the cure of gonor- rhoea, gleets, strictures, seminal weakness, whites, pains in the loins, affections of the kidneys, gravel, lumbago, local debility, irritation of the bladder, or urethra, and other diseases of the urinary passages, becomes every day more apparent, from their extraordinary demand and universal success in all the above complaints; as since their first introduction to the public, thousands of cases have been cured. Within three years prior to which they had been employed in private practice in upwards of 1800 cases, (many of them most inveterate), and in no one instance known to fail, or to produce those un- pleasant symptoms so often experienced while taking mercury, copaiba, cubebs, turpentine, and that class of medicines usually resorted to in these complaints. l'os- sessing tonic properties, they agree with the most delicate stomach, strengthen the digestive organs, increase the appetite, and improve the general health. They require neither confinement nor alteration of diet (except ab- stinence from stimulants, where considerable inflamma- tion exists), and, as experience has amply proved, they will effect a cure sooner than copaiba (the dangerous re- sults of which, in the inflammatory stages, are too well known to need any comment), or any other medicine in present use, and may justly be considered the only safe and efficacious remedy in all stages of those disorders. Prepared only by M. O. Wray, at No. lid, Hoiborn Hill; and 9, Agar Street, West Strand, (opposite Charing Cross Hospital); and sold Wholesale by Messrs. Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringdon Street; Butler, 4, Cheapside, Sutton and Co., N". 10, Bow Churchyard and retail by Johnston, G8. Cornhill Sanger, 150, Oxford Street; Lowe and Hornblower, 47, Blackfriars Road, London and all respectable Patent Medicine Vendors in town and country, at 2s. 9d., 4s Gd., and lis. each box. N.B. Be particular to ask for Wray's Balsamic pilIs Where also may be had, WRAY'S IMPROVED SUSPENSORY BANDAGES, of superior workmanship, and made of the bet materials approved of and recommended by the late Mr Abernethy for their excellent adaption, as being superior to any hitherto used; and the extreme ease and comfort with which they are worn, together with the exceedingly low price at which they are charged, must ever insure their general employment. Best jean. Is. 6d.; knitted or wove silk, 2s. 6d.; ditto, with fronts, 3s. 6d.; India ditnity, with real China netsiik purses and elastic springs, 7s. 6d. each. May be had direct from the inventor, 118, Hoiborn Hill, or his agents in any of the principal towns in the United Kingdom.—Steel spring Trusses for Hernia, properly adapted, single, 7s. 6d. and 10s. 6d.; double, 15s. and 21s. each. Laced Stockings and Bandages for Varicose Veins, Ladies' Umbilical Belts, Bandages, &c. for all surgical purposes. *», Patients iu the remotest parts of the country can !? treated successfully, on describing minutely their and enclosing a remittance for medicine, whicji can a& forwarded to any part of the world, securely packed, and carefully protected from observation. Ascnts for M.crthvr Tvdyit,.M'-