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TWO MILES FROM CRICKHO\VELL. TO BE SOLD, TTIZI-ir PRO, IN THE PARISH OF LLANGENNY, AN elegant FREEHOLD COTTAGE VILLA, of the Tudor Architecture, standing high above the river Groyney, of which it commands a fine view, together with a water fall. The accompanying scenery is singularly beautiful. There are 16 acres of excellent Meadow Land (freehold) sloping gradually to the river, and divided by invisible iron fencing. A highly orna- mental Grove is comprised. The House contains an elegant groined Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, each 19; feet by 15-1 feet, communicating; with folding doors, large bow windows to the ground, 6 Bed Kooms, Kitchen. convertible without any expence into a Library, Back Kitchen, and all the usual offices; Three Stall Stable, single Stall ditto; Barn; Shed, £ c. A Pew in the Church, a quarter of a mile off. Excellent Shooting and Fishing, and the Foxhounds kept within 5 miles. Apply on the premises, to George Lewis, Esq,, who is removing nearer to London. VERY DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY AT LLANTRISSENT, GLAMORGAN, mill be oboilj tin Auction, By Mr JOHN JONES, At the CROSS KEYS, in that Town on TUESDAY the 26th Day of APRIL next, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon. LOT J. TWO FIELDS, called CAIA SIR DAVIDD, ad- joining the Town, ori the road to Newbridge, containing 5 Acres of exceedingly good Land, producing two tons of Hay an acre. with a Stable attached. LOT 2.—TWO DWELLING HOUSES, with excel- lent Gardens, having a fine Spring of Water, a Stable, Brewhouse, and Two Cottages, let at £[6 O. Od. per annum rents, situate at the south side of the Town. Mr Thomas Morgan, of the Cross Keys. will give any further particulars, or they may be had at the Office of Messrs Meyrick and Davies, Solicitors, Merthyr. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Valuable Oak A, other Timber Trees, AND ABOUT THIRTY-FIVE ACllES OF EXCELLENT COPPICE WOOD. MR JOHN WILLIAMS has the pleasure lo announce, that he mtiil ttll hV Auction, Athis PUBLIC NEWPORT, MONMOUTH- SHIRE, on THURSDAY, the 11th Day of APRIL, 1839, at Twelve o'clock at Voon (unless previously dis- posed of by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given).—That very capital COPPICE WOOD, called GELLGWELLT. in the Parish of GELLYGARE, containing about THIHTY-FIVli ACRES, with all the OAK and other TIMBER, not marked with red paint, now growing therein. The Fir Trees. Hollies, and a small Plantation of Ash, are reserved. The Oak Timber is well adapted for Ship Building, and the Coppice Wood is of very superior growth and quality, and well worth the attention of parties engaged in the Mines or Colleries. The situation of the Wood is convenient for sending the Timber to both the flourishing Ports of Newport and Cardiff, where it is in great demand. Mr Lewis Lewis, of Gellygwellt Farm, or Mr James Padfield, of Penmain, will shew the Wood. For further particulars, apply (if by letter, postage paid) to John Reid, Esq., Newland Valley, near Mon- mouth or to the Auctioneer, Newport. Dated 25th March, 1839. TO STONE MASONS. WANTED, a number of GOOD WORKMEN, to complete some Bridges on the TAFF VALE RAILWAY, near CARDIFF. Liberal Wages will be given, and Payment Weekly. Apply to Mr W. Stewart, Cardiff. March 28, 1839. GLAMORGANSHIRE. fUntriaarttt Euntpifce STruat. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,That a MEET- ING of theTRUSTEES of the said District WILL B 9 HRLD on FRIDAY, the 19th of APRIL next, at the CROSS KEYS INN, LANTRISSENT, to take into consideration the apportioning of the Trust Funds for the Repairs of the Roads classified within the said District for the purpose thereof, and to consult as to other matters and regulations relative to the general business of the Trust. T. JOHN, Clerk to tke Trustees. Lantrissent, 22nd March, 1839. TITHE COMMUTATION. WE, the undersigned, being Landowners or duly authorized Agents of Landowners, in the parish of LLANGUICKE, in the county of GLAMOR- GAN, do hereby CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LANDOWNERS, within the said parish, for the purpose of examining the Maps prepared by Mr Jones, the appor. tioner appointed at a former meeting, and for other important pnrposes connected with the apportionment; and that such meeting will he held at the DYNEVOR ARMS, in the village of PONTARDAWE, on THURS. DAY, the 18th Day of APRIL, 1839, at 12 o'Clock at Noon. JOHN LEWIS, Agent for Richard Douglas Gough, Esq. FRED. FREDRICKS, for and on behalf of himself and Mrs Fred- ricks, and also on behalf of Miss Jane Magdalene Williams, and Miss Elizabeth Williams. HARRY PHELPS GOODE. as Agent for Henry Leach, Esq., and Mrs Leach. ECONOMY. To Families, Innkeepers, and Large Consumers in General. R WILLIAMS, begs most respectfully to an- « nounce to the Inhabitants of MERTHYR, DOWLAIS, ABERDARE and the surrounding Neigh- bourhood, that on SATURDAY the 6th APRIL, 1839, he will RE-OPEN the PREMISES, (late in the ocu- pation of MR JOHN ANSELL, Grocer, c., Pontmorlait, Merthyr, but at present closed, in consequence of extensive alterations.) with a large and choice assortment of Teas, Coffees, Spices, &c. &c., selected with care from the best Markets, of the best quality, and at such prices as will assure a preference from all who are disposed to purchase their goods on economical terms. R. W. begs to observe that he has lived in some of the first establishments in the kingdom,and has acquired a practical knowledge of the flavors and qualities of Teas. and how to select them to the best advantage. As such opportunities for information do not occur to many, he may reasonably presume that this is a strong ground for preference in his favour. The above Establishment will be conducted entirely for Ready Money, avoiding all bad debts; a practice so injurious to the interests of both the buyer and seller; therefore the Proprietor is determined to sell every article of the best quality, and at a very small profit, giving to those who buy for ready money a de- cided advantage over those who go on trust. The Stock will consist of substantial rough-flavoured Congou*, fine rich Souchongs, Orange and Flowery Pekoe, Caper, fine fresh Twankay, Hyson, Young Hyson, Imperial and small leaf Gunpowder, fresh Roasted Coffees, Cocoa and Chocolate, and every description of Sptces, with every article in the General Grocery and Provision line, on the same advantageous terms. Observe, nearly opposite the Morlais Castle, Merthyr. March 28th, 1839.




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