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"Ø8"1ià:õ. To the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Brecon. St. David's, 7th Oct., 1839. MY PEVF.RF.NB BRETHREN, J TAKE this general method of informing you, that t it is mv intention to hold an A iiC H I >12 AC')\' A \> VISI TATION in ST. MAIiY S CHUHCH. at [IRECON, on WKDNfcSDAY. the bth of NOV EM BE It ilex,. Circumstances connected wi:h iny duties at this place liave compelled me to defer this Vis;tation till a later period of the year than I could have wished-nct I therefore add that as the General Courts of Wardens will have previously taken place, that this Notice is meant to assemble the Clergy only, and that I shall not take the absence of any gentleman unkind, whose otheravoca- tion, or a natural indisposition, to remove fr,r from home at a probably inclemcnt season, shall make his attendance cither inconvenient or noplc4sant. I am, Itev. Sirs, Your faithful friend ar.d brother, RICHARD D.WIFS, Archdeacon of Brecon, BRECKNOCK DISTRICT COMMITTEE OF THE Society for Promoting Christian el Knowledge.; THE GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the above Institution WILL BE MOLDEN in the TOWN HALL, BRECKNOCK, on THURSDAY, the 17th of OCTOBER, at One o'clock, when the Secre- taries will make their Report, and the Audited Accounts of the Treasurer will be produced. On the same morning a Sermon will be preached at St. Mary's Church in behalf of the Society, by the Rev. CHARLES GRIFFITH. M. A., Rector of T.VLACH flUU. Service to besjin at 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon. The Branch Secretaries are requested to send their Accounts, and the Subscriptions which they have received, to the Treasurer, on or before the 14th inst. WM. JONES Treasurer and Secretary. Brecon, Oct. 3d, 1839. BRADSHAW'S RAILROAD MAP. J. J. PUSCHASE, PUBLISHER AND PRINTSELLER, OF 15, GEORGE STREET, BATH, BEGS leave to inform the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and Prof, ssional Men generally, that the above elegant and highly finished work, taken from the Government Survey, and recommended by some of the most scientific men in the kingdom, is now ready for delivery, and may be had at the prices, at his Establishment. 15, George Street, Bath, or of himself only in the Principality. And whereas a person or persons have been canvassing with a Specimen of the above Work, as from the Pub- lisher, this is to certify, that the said persons have no authority for so doing whatsoever, as J. J. P. being appointed by Mr Bradshaw Sole Agent for the Princi- pality and West of England, all Subscribers will do well to have them through J. J. Purchase's medium only. J. J. P. begs leave to inform his Subscribers and Friends to Works of Art. that he has subscribed very largely to the forthcoming and finished Engravings, ,,ie. :-The Coronation the Waterloo Banquet at Apsley House; the Queen, byChalon; ditto, by Swansdale ditto, by Sully, &c. &c. the splendid Portrait of his Grace the Duke of Wellington writing his Dispatch; Sir Robert Peel; Hawking in the olden times; Royal Cortege Melton Mowbray Breakfast; Ascot Heath litint Highland Drovers, &c. all by first rate Masters both in Painting and Engraving; and Subscribers supplied with Elegant Frames to the above, most appropriate to the subject. A It orders received at the Office of this Paper, or at 15, George Street, Milsom Street. Bath. N.B. Oil Paintings and Drawings Lent to Copy, and Artists' Materials Sold. Old Paintings, in the woist condition, Cleaned, Lined, and Restored. (One Concern.) ■jj&i. THE SCHOONER CABDIFF PACKET J. EVANS, Mauler, TS NOW LOADING, at COTTON'S WHARF, X TOOLliY STREET, LONDON, For Cardiff. Newport, Merthyr, Abergavenny, Brecon, Monmouth, Pontypool, Cowbridge, Bridgend, and places adjacent, AND WILL POSITIVELY SAIL ON THURSDAY OCTOBER 24th, 1839. For Freight. &c. apply to the Master, on Board Mr R. Burton", jun.. Newport; Mr Thomas Richards, Abergavenny Messrs Winstone, Prosser and Co. Brecon, Mr Smith, the Wharfinger, London; or to Mr 11. H. Parry, Agent to the Cardiff, Newport, and London Shipping Company, at Carddf. London, October 9th, IS39. CKiCKiiO WELL, BRECON SHIRE. .8.- 1IItf1_ .J MR HENRY MORGAN, Auctioneer, will Offer for Sale at the TOWN HALL, in CRICK- HOW EI.L, about 210 BUSHELS OF C\PITAL MALT, in One or more Lots, as may be agreed upon at the time of Sale, which will commence at 12 o'Clock at Noon, of the same Day. PENISSAR COED FARM, GLAMORGANSHIRE. o be DIi) bi) Uuctiom By Mr M. W HITTIGTO, On MONDAY, the 2lst of Oct. 1839, riMlE whole of the STOCK and CROP of PEN- |_ ISSAR COED FARM, situate in the Hamlet of Coedpark, in the pariah of Cadoxton juxta Neatn Con- sisting of Milch Cows, Five Draught Horses, Four Pi;s, Four Ricks of Hav about SO Tons, One Hick of well harvested Clover Hay, about Ten Tons, the produce of J3 Acres of Barley ditto of Five Acres of Wheat in the Barn ditto of 13 Acres of Oa's Three Acres of Potatoes in the Ground; about One Acre of Swedish Turnips; Cart, Harrows, Ploughs, several sits of Cart Harness, &c. Also the whole of the Household Furniture. The whole will be Sold without Reserve, and for Ready Money only. Neath, Oct. 10, 1839. TRKBARRIED, BRECONSlIIRE. FARMING STOCK, &c., FOR SALE. Co be Soltr top faction, By THOS. PRICE, of Gaer, On TUESDAY, the 29th of OCTOBER, 1039, on the Premises, at TREBARRtRD. Eight Miles tro.n Hay, Twelve Miles from lillilti), and Six from Brecon, THE following FA RMING STOCK, the Property of Mr \V. JKNKINS consisting of 60 head of prime Herefordshire Cattle, 1 axed Bull, and I Yearling ditto It excellent Draught Horses, 7 ditto Colts of ditterent ages, 2 Saddle Horses, 3 ditto Mares, I ditto in foal by Pollio, 1 verv handsome Cream-Coloured Pony Stallion, rising four years old; Store and other Pigs; 60 Fat Wethers, 140 Ewes of different ages, 40 '.we Lambs; 3 Wagons, 5 broad wheel Carts, Ploughs. Harrows, Scufflers Rollers, Turnip Drills; several Sets of Cart Harness; Winnowing Machines, and various other lin- plements in Husoandry; also, about 400 Bushels of Barley, 200 ditto of Oats, and 3 Ricks of well ended Hay.—Subject to such Conditions as may be agreed upon at the time of Sale. The Auctioneer begs, with the greatest confidence, to recommend the nbove valuable Stock to the Notice of his Friends and the Public in general the Proprietor for many years having spared neither pains nor expense in the selection thereof. The Cattle are purely descended from the Stocks of Tompkins, Hewer and others of the most eminent breeders in the County of Hereford, and bave always been highly successful in competing for prizes at the Annual Show Meetings of the Breconshire Agricultural Society. lie also requests the favour of an early attendance, as the Sale will commence at Eleven o'Clock in the For, noon to a minute. Four Months' Credit will be given on approved Security.

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