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Brecknock and Aberg-avenny Canal Navigation. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the NEXT HALF YEARLY M EETING, or ASSEMBLY, of the Company of Proprietors of the said Navigation, WILL BE HF.LD at the SHIRE HALL, in the Town of HHECON. on THURSDAY, the 25th inst., at 12 o'clock at Noon. JAMES PEIRCE, Clerk to the Company of Proprietors. Canal Office, near Abergavenny, 3rd April, 1839. Annual Sale of Fat Sheep, &c. E. PRITCHARD REGS most respectfully to announce to his n Friends and the Public generally, that he has received instructions from the Proprietor, (William Morgan, Esq.,) Co dl 111' auction, At LLANWENARTH FARM YARD, near ABER- GAVENNY MOVMOUTFISHIRE on MONDAY, the 15th APRIL, 1839, the whole of his exceedingly Valuable F\T SHEEP, &c.; comprising, Two Hun- dred and Fifty pure bred Fat Leicester Wethers, in suitable Lots; 20 Fat Lambs; 2 useful Draught Horses, I three years old Saddle Mare, steady in Harness; I three years old Nag Gelding, &c. &c. The Auctioneer need not comment on the quality of the above Stock, as it is a well-ascertained fact to be equal, if not superior, to any in the county. Sale to commence precisely at 11 o'clock. Three Months' credit on approved security. BOROUGH OF BRECON. BUILDING GROUND FOR SALE. O bt oltJ fcg glucttcitt, By Mr THOMAS PRICE, of Gaer, At the QUEEN'S HE 4. D INN, in the Borough of BRECON, on FRIDAY, the 12th Day of APRIL, 1839, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, and subject to Conditions to be then produced THE several PIECES or PARCELS of FREE- HOLD GROUND hereafter described, containing Sites for the Erection of Eleven capital Dwelling-houses and Shops, and forming the Frontage to the New Markets about to be erected in the said Borough, in the following Lots:- LOT 1.—A Piece or Parcel of Ground, containing about 27 feet in frontage, by about 50 feet in depth, more or less, situate in High Street, bounded by Mr Wheeler's Shop on one side, and by the principal entrance to the New Markets on the other. LOT 2.—A Piece or Parcel of Ground, containing 50 feet in depth, and having a frontage of about 24 feet towards High Street, and about 45 feet towards Castle Street, bounded by the principal entrance to the Markets on the one side, and Lot 3 on the other side. The situ- ation of these Lots is admirably adapted for the erection of first-rate Houses for Business. LOT 3.—A Piece or Parcel of Ground adjoining Lot 2, containing about 42 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LOT 4, -A Piece or Parcel of Ground adjoining Lot 3, containing about 22 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LOT 5-A Piece or Parcel of Ground adjoillill Lot 4, containing about 22 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LoT 6.—A Piece or Parcel nf Ground adjoining Lot 5, containing about 22 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less, LOT 7.—A Piece or Parcel of Ground adjoining Lot 6, on one side, and the Castle Street entrance to the New Markets on the other side, and containing about 22 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LoT 8.—A Piece or Parcel of Ground adjoining the last-mentioned entrance to the Markets, on the eastern side, and Lot 9 on the western side, and contain- ing about 22 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LOT 9.-A Piece or Parcel of Ground adjoining Lot 8, containing about 22 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LOT 10.—A Piece or Parcel of Ground adjoining Lot 9, containing about 22 feet in frontage, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LoT I I .-A Piece or Parcel of Ground bounded by Lot 10, on the Eastern side of Horn Lane or Mar- ket Street, on the Western side, containing in frontage 22 feet, by about 42 feet in depth, more or less. LOTS 3 to 11 iuclusive, front Castle Street, (which is intended to widen to 20 feet,) and Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11, are bounded on the Southern or Lack fronts by the Cartway Entrance to the Markets. The exact extent and situation of the several Lots will be marked and set out by stakes, four days previously to the day of sale in the mcantinh further particulars may be obtained and Plans of the several Lot,; may be seen at the Office of Mr Lawrence, Solicitor to the Cor- poration, in Brecon. Brecon. March 30th, 1839. OAK TIM B E R. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr T. PRICE, At the KING'S HE\D I\N, in the Town of BUILTH, on MON DAY, the 8th of APRIL. 1839, between the Hours of Five and Six in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced: LOT J. "I OAK TREES, growing on Vron Farm, J-vJvF j„ (he Parish of G wendwr, in the County of Brecon, on a Field called Coed-y-Pentre, marked with a scribe from No. 1 to 166 inclusive. LOT 2.-136 OAK TREES, growing on the above Farm, on a Field called Wain-Garth-Fach, marked with a scribe from No I to 136 inclusive. LOT 3. 32 OAK THEES, growing on the afore- said Farm, on a Field called Cae. Trench, marked with a scribe from No. 1 to 32 inclusive. LOT 4.-40 OAK TREES, growing on the afore. said Farm, on a Field called Cae Du, marked with a scribe from No. I to 40 inclusive. LoT 5.—50 OAK TREES, growing on Bryu- I twppa and Gaer Farms, in the Parish of Llansaintfraed in the County of Radnor, marked with a scribe from No. I to 50 inclusive. LOT 6.—30 OAK TREES, growing on Wern- Halog Farm, in the said Parish of Llansaintfraed, in the County of Radnor, marked with a scribe from No. 1 to 30 inclusive. The Breconshire Timber is sitnate near the village of Gwendwr, at a short distance from the road leading from Builth to Hay. The Radnorshire Timber Has contiguous to the Turn- pike Road from Builth to New Radnor and the Tenants on the respective Farms will show the Lots. For other particulars apply to Mr James Lewis, C wm-Scawen, Abbeycwmhir, (if by letter) post paid.

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