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TO BE LET, IN THE TOWN OF MERTllYR, And entered on at Christmas, A SMALL BREWERY, with a good House, and Cellaring, capable of Brewing 100 barrels per Month. Aoply to J. Ansell, Bridge Street; if, by letter, post paid. BRECONSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR THOMAS DA VIES, (WITHOUT RESERVE,) On WEDNESDAY, the 23rd OCTOBER, 1839, at GELLY-FVNONNE FARM, in the Parish of PEN- DERIN, within a mile of Penderin Church, TPllE following STOCK, the Property of Mr Waller Powell; about 30 PONIES, of the real Black Mountain Creed, of various Colours, ali under seven years old; and Six Excellent CoWS IN CAIF. Seven Months' Credit on approved Security, or the usual Discount for Ready Money- The Sale will com- mence at II o'clock. .Hll'¡ Ian, iNJerLbyr T) dvil, September 26th, 1839. BRECONSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. THOMAS DA VIES, On WEDNESDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1839, ALL the Excellent LIVE and DEAD STOCK, Implements of Husbandry, Dairy Utensils, and the HOUSEHOLD EURNITUUE, at Nfuadd Farm, (Hepster,) Parish-of Cantref, about two miles from Pen- derrin Church, on the Brecon Road leading from the Lamb Inn, Penderrin „ the property of Mr Edward James, who is about retiting from the Farming Business; con- sisting of Five Cows and Two Heifers in Calf, Three Yearling Heifers. and Two Calves, Four useful Working Horses, and Harness,One Pony Mare and Filly. Also, 60 Mountain Ewes, Kad 40 Lambs. All the above Slock isin Good and Healthy Condition. Four Months'Credit on approved Security, or the usual Discount for Cash. The Sale will commence precisely at Ten o'Clock and the Auctioneerrequests punctual Attendance, as the whole must be disposed of the same Day. Bush Inn, Merthyr Tydvil, 17th Oct. 1839. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR THOMAS DA VIES, On FRID AY, the 1st of NOVEMB ER, 1839. at GARTH FARM, in the Pansh of PENTYRCII, situate Three Miles from IJantrisseut, and Five from Newbridge, ALL the LIVE and DEAD STOCK, Implements of Husbandry, &c., of the said Farm, the Property of Mr William Lewis, who is about leaving; consisting of Five Cows and Three Heifers in Calf, One Steer, One Fat Cow, and Five Calves, all of the real Glamorgan Three Excellent Working Horses and Harness, One Hackney Mare and Colt, and One Superior Brood Mare a quantity of BARLEY and OATS in the Barn not thrashed, about Eight Tons of Well Harvested HAY, a Patent Chaff Cutter, and Four Store Pigs. Four Months' Credit on approved Security, or the usual Discount for Cash, to Purchasers above Five Pounds. The Sale will commence at 10 o'clock precisely. Bush Inn, Merthyr Tydvil, 19th October, 1839. BRECONSHIRE. NAVY TIMBER FOR SALE. HUGH JONES, BEGS TO ANNOUNCE. THAT HE WILL Offer for ale by ahirtioit, At the BUTE ARMS INN, at HIRWAIN, near MERTHYR TYDVIL, on TUESDAY, the 12th day of NOVEMBER, 1839. at Two o'Clock in the After- noon. subject to such Conditions as will be then pro- duced; 4-Ort 0AK T,MBEfl TREES, fit for Naval purposes, now lying on a Field, part of Trebannngvacb Farm, close to the Turnpike Road lead- ing froir Brecon to Aberdare, an;! within a short distance of the Aberdare and Cardiff Canal, in the following Lots, viz.— Lot 1. 100 Oak Timber Trees, of large dimensions, marked with the T.etter in White Paint. Lot 2, 60 ditto ditto marked with the Letter B, do. Lot 3. 50 clilto ditto markpd C, ditto Lot 4. 50 ditto d:tto marked D, ditto Lot 5. 40 iliuo ditto marked E, ditto Lot 6. 100 ditto ditto marked F, ditto The Tenant will sliew the Timber, a.nd further parti- culars may be had on application (if by letter, post paid) to the A I1ctiflneer, Brecon. Cofy i of a Statement transmitted to the Clerk of the Pcacifor the County vf Brecon. BRKCONSHTRF. ) '• To John Powell, Esquire, Clerk of To WIT." the Peace for the County of Brecon.' 49 WE, FREDERICK FREDRICKS and HOWELL GWYN, Esquires, Two of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the said County of Brecon. Do hereby give you Notice, that in the opinion of its the said Justices, the Parishes or Hamlets of Ystradgunlais Higher, Ystradgunlais Lower, and Ystradveky, all in the said County of Brecon, and the places within the same would form together a con- venient and proper Division, w ithin an,1 for which Special Sessions should henceforward be held in and for the said County, which said Paribus or Hatnle's of YstradgunI lis Higher, Ystradzunlais Lower, and Ystrad- velty, are within the existing Division of the said County, called or known by the name of the Hundred of Devynock. And, we do hereby further give von Notice, that no y other Division of the said County, save and except the said Hundred of Devynock, will be altered by such proposed new Division and that we, the undrrsigoed, Frederick Fredricks and Howe Gwyn, together with Richard Douglas Gougli, Esq" and the Reverend Charles Maybery and David Hanmer Griffith. Clerks, aTe at the date of this statement usually resident, or, acting as Justices of the Peace for the said County, within the Boundaries of the proposed new Division. And we make this statement in pursuance and by virtue of an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the Ninth Year of the Reign of his late Majesty King George the IV, intituled, I -in Act for the Belter Regulation of Divisions in the several Counties of England and Wales.' Dated this Tenth day of October, 1539." "F. FREDRICKS. HOWEL GWYN." Notice is hereby given, that the Statement, of which the foregoing is a copy, was laid before the Justices at the last Quarter Sessions of the Peace, for the said County of Brecon, in pursuance of the directions of an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the Ninth Year of the Reign of his late Majesty King George the IV, intituled, An Act for the Better Regulation of Divisions in the several Counties of England and Wales;" aud the same will be taken into consideration by the Court, at the next Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be held in and for the said County of tirecon. Dated this 17th day of October, 1839. JOHN POWELL, Clerk of the Peace.

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