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POSTPONEMENT. THE IIOUSEW ARMISG DINNER, advertised -*L to take place at the BEAR INN, CRICK. HOWELL, on the 11th inst.. is, thrbugh unavoidable circumstunces, POSTPONED to some future day, of ■w ich due notice will be given. Bear Inn, Crickhowell, Nov. 1, 1839, To the Magistrates of the County of Glamorgan. GF.NTI.EMES. THE Lord Lieutenant request# your particular attention to the following Letter, received from the Secretary of State, in reply to his Lordship s enquiries whether the appointment for a limited period. of a con- 8tabulary force for the whole, or any part of this county, would be sanctioned. By Order of the Lord Lieutenant, WOOD, Clerk of Peace. (copy) Whitehall, 23rd October, 1839. MY WitD,-T have to acknowledge the receipt of your Lordship's letter of the 16th instant, respecting the formation of a constabulary force for the county of Glamorgan and I have to inform your Lordship in answer to the question therein proposed, that it appears to me that the 2nd and 3rd Victoria, c 93, in its second section, (the only one which bears on the point), gives power to increase or diminish the number of the Con- stabulary Force, but not to put down altogether if once constituted and, therefore, I do not think I am em- powered to authorize the establishment of a Force within the County of Glamorgan for a limited period. I have the honor to be, My Lord, Your Lordship's obedient servant, (Signed) NORMAN BY. The Uarquess of Bute. TO ROAD SURVEYORS. WANTED, a SURVEYOR, to superintend tbe Repairs of the TURNPIKE ROADS in the BRIDGEND DISTRICT, GLAMORGANSHIRE: Salary, £ 100 per Annum. He will be expected to de- vote his whole time to the business, and be required forthwith to enter on his duties for One Month on Trial. Persons desirous of applying for the Situation, must attend personally, with their Testimonials, at a Meeting of the Commissioners, to be held at the WYNDHAM ARMS. BltlDGEND, on SATUltDAY, the 16th of NOVEMBER, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon. WM. MORGAN, Clerk to the Commissioners of the said District. Bridgend, 2nd Nov., 1839. GAZETTE AND GUARDIAN OFFICE, High Street, Merthyr Tydoil. MR J. E. DIBB, Respectfully requests the attention of the Public to his superior stock of STATIONERY. The whole has been selected with considerable care, and is marked for sale at very moderate prices. LETTER PAPER. Per Ream. Per Quire. s. d. s. d. Superfine Batli Post 9 6 0 6 Superfine Satin Bath 13 0 0 9 Ditto Ditto 13 6 0 10 Ditto, Middle 17 0 I 0 Ditto, Thick J ? Superfine Thick Laid .•••••••• 20 0 1 2 Superfine Thick Satin, Gilt 26 0 I 6 JJitto, Black Edge M « •••• ] £ Ditto, Black Border. 30 0 .« 2 U NOTE PAPER. Superfine Thick Satin H 6 Ditto, Gilt 13 6 0 0 Ditto, mack Edge 1* 0 O 10 Ditto, Black Border 18 0 1 FOOLSCAP. Common Laid Foolscap 20 0 1 2 Ditto. Ditto •— { u- 26 O I 6 Fine into •••• 80 Q 10 Super.ine ditto n on Ditto, Ruled for Accounts JU 0 I 0 Yellow Wove •••• Fine ditto n 1 fi Superfine ditto *6 U I Fine Blue Wove 22 0 1 2 CARTRIDGE. Royal 30 0 2 0 Imperil. 50 0 3 6 Printing Papers, Account Books, Pens, Quills, Steel Pens, and Penknives, in great variety. SEALING WAX. Red and Black, 6d. per stick, or fig. 6.1. per lb. contain ing 20 sticks. Red and Black, 3d. per stick, or 6;. 6d. per lb., contain ing 40 sticks. WAFERS. i Common and Patent. 6d. per ounce. DRAWING PENCILS. H. H., for Engineering and Outlining. B. B., extra for deep shading. F. P., ditto for light ditto. H. B., Hard and black for drawing. H., Hard for ditto. B., Deep shading for ditto. M., Medium ditto for ditto. F., General use. All the above 9d. each. H. H. H., for Architectural use, Is. each. Common Writing Pencils, Red Chalk ditto, Rulers, Ivory Folders, Bone ditto, aud Indian Rubber, of various qualities and prices. Blotting" Cases a Quarto Blotting Cases; very neatly embossed cloth 0 I 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 Pocket Books of A VERY SUPERIOR DESCRIFriom. Three sizes, each containing three pockets, and other conveniences, 2s. 6d., 2s. 9d., and 3s. Weekly Memorandums. Various gizes, in roan cases, with a page of Ass's skin for each day. Is. 3d., is. 6d., 2s.. and 2s. 6d. The same, in the form of tablets, with six leaves of Ass's skin, in very superior roan case, with tuck, and two pockets, 2s., 2s. 6d and 3s. Memorandum Pocket Books, in roan cases, fastening with loops, 9..1.. Is., Is. 2d., and Is. 6d# Rulers OF VARIOUS SIZES AND PRICE. The same, with Wafer Stamp, Indian Rubber, and Pencil ciielosed, Is. The same, with Wafer Stamp, Indian Rubber, and Pen and Pencil enclosed, Is. 6d. MERTHYR GUARDIAN. The GLAMORGAN, MONMOUTH, and BRECON GAZETTE, and MERTHYR GUARDIAN, is published early every Saturday morning, containing the latest in- telligence. It is circulated very largely both in the Principality and in the neighbouring Couuties of England. Price 41d. or 5s. per Quarter. To BOOKSELLERS, and STATIONERS, POST-OFFICE KEEPERS, or any other RESPECTABLE TRADESMEN, having extensive connections in the counties of Glamor- gan. Monmouth, and Hrecon. an Agency for the GAZETTE and GUARDIAN will be found to offer con- siderable advantages. Every information may be obtained on application, either personally or by letter. to the Publisher at the Office, Merthyr'Jydvil. TO ADVERTISERS. The following is the scale of Advertisement charges s. d. 10 Lines, or under 5 o 14 7 0 20 » 6 80 11 0 40 13 6 50 16 0 100 Lines, or half a column 80 0 A whole column 50 0 And £2 2s. for every additional column. *•* Newspaper and Advertising Account* are payable Quarterly. J. E. DIBB, Gazette and Guardian Office, High. Streel, Merthyr TydviU Glamorganshire General Agricul- tural Society. rpHE NEXT ANNUAL GENERAL MEET- I ING of this Society will be held at the BEAR INN, COWRRIDGK.onTUKSDAY, the 12th of NO- VEMBER, 1839, for the purpose of awarding the Pre- miums for Crops and Servitude, and for fixing the Premiums for the Ensuing Year. The Subscribers, whose Subscriptions are still in arrears, are respectfully requested to remit the several amounts now due to the Treasurer. EDWARD BRADLEY. Treamrer and Secretary. TAFFVALE RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that applica- l tion is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session, for an Act to amend and enlarge the powers and provisions of two several Acts of Parlia- ment, one thereof passed in the sixth year of the reign of his late Majesty, King William the 4th, intituled An Act for making a Kailway from Merthyr Tydvil to Cardiff, to be called the Taff Vale Railway,' with branchesand the other thereof passed in the first year of the reign of her present Majesty, intituled ''An Act to enable the Taff Vale Railway Company to alter the line of the said Railway, and the Act relating thereto, and to make additional branches." And it is intended by the said Act so to be applied for to enable the Taff Vale Railway Company to raise a further sum or sums of money for the purposes of the said undertak- ing. and to alter the several Tolls, Rates, and Duties, authorised to be levied or raised in and by the said first mentioned Act of Parliament and to levy and raise ad. ditional or other Tolls, Rates, on Duties, for the use of the said Railway and Branch Railways, and works con- nected therewith, and the carriage or conveyance of Passengers, Cattle, and other Animals, Goods, Warts, and Merchandize, Articles, Matters, and Things upon the said Railway and Branch Railways, or any part or parts thereof, respectively, and to renew the powers or extend the period granted by the said recited Acts, tor purchasing Lands and completing the said Railway, and Branch Railways and works thereby authorlsed. SWAIN STEVENS, AND CO. 10, Whitehall, London. GREAT ADVANTAGES TO BUYERS OF LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY, &c., AT THE LONDON & MANCHESTER WAREHOUSE, High-Street, Cardiff HOWELLS & HERNE, F» ESPECTFULLY return their sincere Thanks to their Friends and the Public in • *i* .1 • A (A fcccivB S1&C6 tneir increasing Patronage they continue tcur g no commencement in Business, and. to mew exertion on their part shall be wanting.. u They now take the opportunity to '"far™ 1 Jf.V of their RETURN from the LONDON and MAN- CH ESTEll MARKETS, with a very Extensive and Well Selected STOCK, adapted to the season; and purchased on such terms as will enable, them to offer Goods of tlie Newest Designs and best fabric, at Prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction. High Street, Cardiff, Oct, 31st, 1S39. "WINTER FASHIONS. The Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, Professional Gen- tlemen, and Inhabitants of Bristol, Clifton, Cheltenham, and the West of England, are respectfully informed that D. HYAM AND CO., TAZL03ELS .s.. WOOLLEN DRAPERS Importers of Foreign Nestings, 42, WINE STREET, BRISTOL, Have completed their Purchasesfor the present Season, THE STOCK conatipts of most Splendid -and Novel Designs in British and Foreign Vest- ing a Variety of Beautiful Mixtures in Beavers and Pilots. Manufactured from Fine derman Wool, for the Taglioni, Russian Pelto, and l'ilut Coats; Double Milled Cloths, Petershams. Pilots. &c., fur Great Coats; and an Extensive Assortment of Doeskins, Caledouias, &c., Sua, for Trowsers Printed Flaniiel., Ermine, and Brighton Coating, for Dressing Gowns, &c. The principal object of D. H. and Co is permanency of Connexion, to obtain which, the Cutting Department is under the superintendance of Cutters of First R.<te Talent and Taste; this combined with Reasonable Charges, and First Rate Quality, is the inducement they offer to Gentlemen to patronise their Kstablishinent. The annexed List of Prices will on comparison of Quality, be found at the least from 30 to 40 per Cent. under the Prices usually charged, and such is the con- fidence the Proprietors feel, that in point of Quality, Cut, and Prices, they cannot be excelled they beg to ob- serve that no Garment ordered at their Establishment need be takrn when made, if not fully approved of in any of the above particulars. GREAT COATS. £ 8. d. Pilot or Beaver Coats, Taglioni Rus. sian Pelto, or Pilot Fashion from 1 10 0 Double Milled Cloth Gt. Coats, Double Breasted J, 2 0 0 Superior ditto „ 2 15 0 Petersham „ 1 12 0 Very best ditto 2 8 0 Macintosh and Co;s Patent Water- proof H 1 15 0 Gentlemen's Fine Dress Coats froijiet 12 0 to 2 12 0 Superfine Frock or Surtout.. i'l 15 0 to 2 16 0 TROWSERS. Caledonias to 0 15 0 Buckskin » x.0 15 0 to 1 0 0 Doeskin Xi 0 0 to 1 6 0 Superfine Cassimere -tu 15 0 to 1 3 0 Superfine ditto Breeches from 0 15 0 WAISTCOATS. Woollen Velvets froro £ j 1° 0 to 0 15 0 Cassimere 4.„ 6 to 0 10 6 Embroidered Cashmere »• xJJ la 9 to 0 16 0 Splendid French Satins »> A" 15 0 to 1 0 0 Silk Velvet, British'! r0 18 0 Ditto Dutch > Plain or Figured 715 0 Ditto Genoa j ('9 0 Waistcoats Splendidly Embroidered, Silver and Gold, for Dress Ball Vest. CLOAKS. Cloth Opera Cloaks from 1 10 0 Spanish Ci,ctilar. ditto 2 5 0 Ditto, a complete Circle of 9i yards round" 3 3 0 Velvet Collars, &c. extra. Youth's Camlet ditto {j .? 9 Ditto, Cloth ditto 11 o LIVERIES. • < r .» 2 15 0 Suit of Livery „ 10 () Best Cloth, ditto *.•* o is 0 Coachmen's Great Coats, Treble Milled », Large Sizes extra. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Superfine Plain Cloth Dress, consisting, I I 0 of a Tunic, Vest and Trowsers Ditto. Superior Quality, handsomelf 18 0 Braided, faced with SilK Youth's Dress, of any colour, consisting of Jacket, Waistcoat, and Trowsers, 1 4 0 DiSXx "SSi™ -112 0 CONTRACTS by the year O' j^uc^un- Hyam and Company, and liavmg g loWest ever offered equalled fame, their Prices being t|ema„f to whom they still recommend them 10 a„ object. fJL„a clo,w, ditto, ditto, £ 12. 10s. of E laiid BEST QUALITY.—Two Suits of n bft made Wool-dyed, £ 7. 16*. rhebe-lqd'iJ' ditto, £ 15 Three ditto ditto, £ 11. Us. °ur jn porportion foi Velvet Collars, &c., extra. And so on in prop for each Suit. Each Suit to be returned "more'suits, ar. cessor. Gentlemen contracting foi 3 allowed two Suits in wear during <he w The Largest and most Extensive of, and Co.'s Patent Waterproof j £ p'ice Aprons, &c., 15 PerCent under the Regular fri e. D.H., and Co.. having Young Men in thfeir Establish inent who speak the French, German# an <uages, they trust it will induce Foreigner* to patronise their Establishment. A Suit of Clothes made at Five Hours' Notice. BRECONSHIRE. NAVY TIMBER FOR SALE. HUGH JONES, BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL etfer for 1,alc. by fturttoit. At the BUTE ARMS INN. at HIRWAW, 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 400 OAK T,MBER TREES, fit for Naval purposes, now lying'on a Field, part of Trebannogvacb Farm, close to the Turnpike Road lead- ing from Brecon to Abcrdare, and within a short distance of the Aberdare and Cardiff Canal, in the following Lots, "iE.- Lot 1. 100 Oak TimherTrees.. of large, dimensions, marked with the Letter A, in White Paint. Lot 2. 60 ditto ditto marked with the Letter B, do. Lot 3. 50 ditto ditto marked C, ditto Lot 4. 50 ditto ditto marked D. ditto Lot 5. 40 ditto ditto marked E, ditto Lot 6. 100 ditto ditto marked F, ditto The Tenant will shew the Timber, and further parti culars may be had on application (if letter, post paid) to the Auctioneer, Brecon. TOWN AND BOROUGH OF PEMBROKE MR GOODE Begs to announce that he will offer for IJufcUc (Tomprtitum by auction,. At the LION IN\. PEMBROKE, on SATURDAY, the 23rd day of NOVEMBER next, at 10 0 Clock in the Afternoon in Two Lots, THE following very VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOUSES and PREMISES, viz.:— Lor I.-THRPP, HOUSES with extensive premises situate at the corner of the Darklane, having a frontage of about 76 feet to the Main Street,and in a very eligible situation for business. LOT 2,-A DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN in u °.c,c,!l)at,0l> of Thomas Watkins, having a frontage to the Main Street of 31 feet, and a Garden extending backwards to the Parade, pleasantly situated for a resi- dence or business. Mr Thomas Watkms will shew the premises, and particulars may be had of Mr Gibbon, Solicitor, Pem- broke, Mr John Tamlyn. Land Agent and Surveyor, Mountain Hall, or of H. P. Goode and Philpott, Haver- fordwest. Haverfordwest, 1st. Oct., 1839. PEMBROKESHIRE. TO CAHVALISTS. MR. GOODE, Has been honoured with instructions to Sell fig auction, At the CASTLE INV, HAVERFORDWEST, on SA- TURDAY, the 30th day of NOVEMBER, 1839, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon.IN ONE LOT, THE Impropriate TITHES of the Rectories of the several Parishes of Llangolman, Llandilo, and Maenclochoe. together with the perpetual right of pre- sentation to the united Vicarages of these parishes. The Impropiiate Tithes have been commuted into fixed Rent Charges, as follows:— £ s. d. Llaneolntan 67 6 8 Llandilo. 22 0 0 Maenclochog 100 0 0 S189 6 8 The Income of the several Vicarages will be as follows:— LLANGOIMAN. £ s d. Tithe Commuted into a Rent Charge 33 4 Tithe Commuted into a Rent Charge 33 13 4 Uninvested Money in the hands of the Trus. tees of Queen Anne s Bounty, X600 for which they pay 1.1 per cent 19 0 0 Rents of Lands jointly with Llandilo 85 0 0 LLANDILO. Tithe Commuted into a Rent Cliarze 11 0 0 Uninvested money as above, i.400 at 31 per cent. 13 0 0 MAENCLOCHOG. Tithes commuted into a Rent Charge. 50 0 0 Uninvested Money as above, f400 at 31 per A Parliamentary Grant of £ 452 12s. 4d., also uninvesled at 3 per cnt 111 11 6 Parsonage House and Glebe, worth about 15 0 0 V03 14 10 Mr Gomle. in calling attention to the Sale of this novel and safe Investment, begs to refer the Public to the peculiar construction of the 8. and 83 sections of the Tithe Commutation Act. which gives the owner of Rent Charges, of the above description, a prior claim to the Landowner in the recovery of his Ttents, with a more summary and simple morfe of recovery; also> a pro. vision which gives, as an n ti ma turn, a claim to posses- sion of the Land until the Kent Charge is paid, thus making it a more secure Investment than tj,e purchase of Freehold Estates. Gentlemen desirous 01 man ing a certain provision in Church for a son, will find this an opportunity seldom to he met with. The uninvested Money be Iai(J out in purchasing part of the impropriate Rent Charge, and thus increase the Vicar s ncome, and the remainder the Landowners would doubtless_gla.!ly purchase. The present incumbent is the Kev. James Propert Williams, aged about 36 years Further partictilars Mr GiUbon, Solicitor Pembroke; Mr John ram > n» 'an -agent "nf! Surveyor, Pembroke; Mr John ram > n» 'an -agent *nii Surveyor, Mountain Hall; or, H e and Philpott, Land Surveyors, &c,, Haver o e Letters to be post pai 1. r TNP A R ALLELED Superior! ty U of WRAY'S BALSAMIC PlU,S over Copaib«, Cubebs, and every other roe icine, m the cure of gonor rhcea, gleets, strictures, ^eakness, whites, painc in tbe loins, affections ot tne ttiilneys. grave)> ]ulnt,ago, local debility, irritaticn ot 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 atiove complaints; as since their first introduction to the public, thousands of cases have been cured. Within three years prior to which thev had been employed in private practice in upwards of I 800 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. Pos- sessing tonic properties, they agree with the most delicate stomach, strengthen the digeMive 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- suits of which, in the inflammatory stages, are too well known to need any comment), or any other medicine in present use, and may jllstlv be considered the only lafe and efficacious remedy in all stages of those disorders. Prepared only by M. O. Wray, at No. 118, Holborn 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., No. 10, Bow Churchyard and retail by Johnston, 68. 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 6d., and lis. each box. N.B. Be particular to ask for Wray's Balsamic Pill., Where also may be had, WRAY'S IMPROVED SUSPENSORY BANDAGES, of superior workmanship and made of the best materials approved of and recommended by the late Mr Abernethy y 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 (ii ijity, with real China net silk pnrses and elastic springs, 7s. 6d. each. May be had direct from the inventor. Us, Holborn Hill, or his agents in any of the principal towns in the United Kingdom.—Steel spring Trusses for Hernia, properly adapted, single, 7s, Gd. nd 109. 6d. double, l'h, and 2[s. each. Laced Stockings and Bandages for Viricose Veins, Ladies' Umbilical Belts, Bandages, &c. for all surgical purposes. Patients in the remotest parts of the country can be treated successfully, on describing minutely their case, and enclosing a remittance for medicine, which can he forwarded to any part of the world, securely packed, and Carefully protected from observation, IMPORTANT INFORMATION. DJi. ROBERTS'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. rr HAT excellent OINTMENT, called the T. ha p°OR MAN'S FRIEND," is confidently recommended to the public as an unfailing remedy for wounds of every description, and a certain cure for ulcerated sore legs (if of twenty years'standing), cuts, burns, scalds, bruises, chilblafts. ulcers, scorbutic eruptions, pimples in the face, weak and inflamed eyes, piles and fistula, gangrene, and is a specific for eruptions that sometimes follow vaccination. Sold in pots at 13ld. and 2s. 9d. nch-Also, his PJLULLÆ; ANTlSCROPHULÆ, confirmed by more than forty years, successful experience as an invaluable remedy for that distressing complaint called Scrofula, glandular swe)):ngs. particularly those of the neck, &e. They destroy all sharpness and acrid salts, Open the obstructed pores, expel all auperfluoul humollu of the skin, and present eu6 of the best alteratives ever compounded for purifying the blood, and assisting nature in all her operations. They are efficacious also in Rheu- matism, and form a mild and superior family aperient,and may be taken at all times without confinement or change of diet. Sold in boxes at 131d and 2s 9d. By the late Dr. Roberts's Will, Messrs Beach and Barnicott (who have been confidently entrusted with the preparation of his medicines for many years past) are left joint proprietors of the Poor Man's Friend" and Pilulas Antiscrophule," &c. &c with an exclusive right, power, and authority to prepare and vecd the same. ° The utility of these Medicines is fully testified by thou- sands of persons who have been benefited by their aid. Amongst the numerous testimonials received, the follow- ing are selected— To Alesirs. BEACH and BARNICOTT, Bridport; Successors and Executors of the late Dr. Robert.. Gentlemen.-At the request of the undermentioned individuals who have derived unexpected relief from the use of your valuable medicines, I am induced to send you their cases for publication in your Mentor, or otherwise, as discretion shall direct, that others similarly afflicted may reap the same benefit:—Mrs Bell, residing in New George Street. Hull, was afflicted with an Ulcerated sore leg it had five deep wounds in it, which so far reduced her that she was oblidged to keep her bed she had several medical attendants, but derived little or no benefit from their aid, but is now, through the appli- cation of your Ointment and Pills (the Poor Man's Friend oInd Pilulæ Antiscrophuhe Pills), beyond her most san- guine expectation completely cured.—A little girl living in Dagger Lane, Huil, afflicted with scrofula, after a fruitless application to many of the neighbouring faculty, is now quite cured by the use of your valuable Ointment .nd Pills.-A,Iso, Martha Miller. Aldboiough Lane, Holderness, desires her graceful acknowledgments to you, under the blessing of the Almighty, for the cure of a bad leg by your Pills and Ointment, after numerous applica. tions had f aild.-Gertlemcn, I am yours respecfully, Hull Oct. 20,1837. THOMAS RYDER. BEWARE OF COUTERFEITS. No medicine sold under the above names can possibly be genuine un- less Beach and Barnicott, late Dr. Roberts, Bridport," is engraved and printed on the stamp affixed to each package. Kaeh pot of Ointment has poor Man's Friend, prepared by Beach and Barrucott, successors to Dr, Roberts, Bridport," burnt in; and each box of Pills, has on the label an impression of Hercules killing the Hydra, with the words Dr. Roberts's Alterative Pills for scorbutic complaint., prepare by Beach and Barttico It, Bridport," and each direction signed with the fac similes of the late Dr. Roberts, and the present proprietors' hand-writing. Sold wholesale by the Proprietors. Reach and Barni- cott, at the dispensary. Bridport; by the Loudon houses; and by most respectable medicine venders in the United Kingdom. IN CASES OF SECRECY CONSULT THE TREATISE On every Stage and Symptom of the VENEREAL DISEASE, in its mild and most alarming forms, just published by MESSRS. PERRY & Co., SURGEONS, 4,. Great Cbaflas Skn>et..B«ri»jri;Miu>; &ud 'Vf. Stater Street, Liverpool; and given y.atis with each Box of PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, Price 2s. 9d., 4. 6d. and I Is. per Bor, CONTAINING a yV&mS. \_y full description of the above complaint, ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS, shew- A ,'ie d'fferent stages //$$■ ssT of this deplorable and J if >9^. often fatal disease, as J jBSy well as the dreadful | JmJy effects arising from the ''It.ii use of mercury, accoin- panied with plain and AN practical directions for an effectual and speedy cure with ease, secrecy, and safety, without the aid of medicalassistance. PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, price Is 9d., 48, 6d. and III, (observe, none are genuine without the signature of R & L. PERRY on the inside of each wrapper,) which 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 Gonorrhea, Gleets, Secondary Symptoms, Strictures, Seminal Weak- ness, Deficiency, alld a|j Diseases of the Urinary Passages, without loss of time, confinement, or hin- drance from business; they have effected the most sur- prising cures, not only in recent aod severe cases, but when sahvatlon 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 infection, characterized by a variety of painful and distressing symptoms, a perse- verance in the Specific Pills in which Messrs, Perry have happily compressed the most purifying and healing virtues of the principal part of the vegetable system, and which is of the utmost importance to those affl,cted with Scorbutic affections. Eruptions oil any part of the body, Ulcerations. Scrofulous or Venereal Taint, being justly calculated to cleanse the blood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection, and restore weak and emaciated Constitutions to pristine health and vigour. The rash, indiscriminate and unqualified use of Mer- cury has been productive of infinite nmchief. Under the notion of its being an antidote for a certain disease, the untutored think they have only 1.° saturate their system with Mercury, and the bosiness is accomplished. Fatal error! Thousands are mercuri- alized out of existence, or their constitutions so broken, and the functions of nature so impaired, as to render the residue of life miserable. The disorder which we have in view owes its fatal results either to neglect or ignorance. In its first stage it is always local, and easy to be extinguished by attending to the direc- tions fully pointed out in the Treatise, without the smallest injury to the conoitution: but when neglected or improperly treated, a mere local affection will be converted into an in- curable and fatal malady. What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country and the darling of his patents, should be snatched from all the prospects and enjoy- ments of life by the consequences of one unguarded moment, and by a disease which is not in its own nature fatal, and which never proves so if properly treated It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this horrid disease, owing to th eunskilfulness of illiterate a 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 ensues1, and a melancholy death puts a period to their dreadful sufferings. Messrs Perry and Co., Surgeons,, may be consulted as 113ual 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. THE CELEBRATED Cordial Balm of SyHacum Is a preserver and restorer of health to the weak, the sickly, and infirm; its warm and renovating quality indis- putably renders it the best ^e<Jicine for Relaxations, Debility, Lassitude. Tremors, Sinking of the Spirits, and all those Nervous Affection* wLlcl1 harrass and oppress the weak, the sedentary, *n(j delicate it warms and Studies the cold and tremulous nerves, invigorates the muscular system, animates the spirits, and renovates the Whole man, whereby the chill and water) fluids become rich and balsamic, and the circulation resutqef its health- ful state. Sold in Bottles at !• four quantities in One Family Bottle for 33s. duty included. N.B.—Country Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Medi- iine Venders, and every other shopkeeper can be sup- plied with any quantity of Pery s Purifying Specific Pills, and Cordial Balm of Synacum, with the usual Allowance to the tiade, by most of the principal Whole- | sale Patent Medicine Houses in London. And may be had of most Newspaper Offices. Aiso blllf DA via MQRQAHi Mertlijr Tl4Yill NOTtCE IS HEREBY CMVJEN, T HAT application is intended to be made to par- RTr r au,cnt- in the next session, for leave to bring in a 5 t0 a'ter, amend, and enlarge the powers and provi sions of an act passed in the 6th year of the reign of King George the 4th, intituled, An Actfor making and main- taining a Railway or Tramroad from or from near to a certain place called Duffryn Uynvi, in the Parish of Mangonovd, in the County of Glamorgan, to or near to Bay, called Pwll Cawl, otherwise Porth Cawl, H r arish of Newt on Nottage, in the same County and \or extending and improving the same Bay by the erection of a Pier and other suitable Works for that pur- pose. And of another act passed in the Tenth Year of He'go of King George the Fourth, intituled, "An Act to alter, amend, and enlarge the powers of an Act passed in the Sixth Year of the Heign of his present Majesty, for making and maintaining the Duffryn Llynvi and Porth Cawl Railway, and other Works connected therewith and particularly to anthorize the Company incorporated by the said first-mentioned Act, to raise a further Sum of Money for the purposes mentioned and set forth in the said Acts. WILLIAM LEWIS. „ Solicitor to the Bill. Bridgend, 15th October, 1839. WOOD'S Celebrated Bilious and Liver Pills, SO well known for the speedy and effectual re- moval of all Bilious complaints, obstructions of the Stomach, Liver and Bowells, pains in the Head and Side, Dimness of Sight Scorbutic affections, Cutaneous IS eruptions, and all complaints arising from a Disordered Stomach, have been in use for upwards of a quarter of a pentury, and are proved to be the best and most valua- ble Medicine for the above complaint. As a general family Aperient Medicine, no one ought to be without them, as at the commencement of disease a doze or two will frequently remove it altogether Be sure ask for WOOD'S BILIOUS AND LIVER PILLS prepared by Rogers, Druggist. Leominster, whose signa- ture upon the Stamp is the only guarantee for their bein genuine. • ISold in Boxes at I s. lid Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietor.. C. Rogers Wholesale by Sutton and Co 10 Bow Church Yard, London; and Retail bv all P*a't,nt Medicine Venders in the Kingdom. BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS USK AND GLAMORGAN, WILL SAIL If l^ During the NEXT WEEK, as follow. FROM BRISTOL. Nov. II..Monday Q 12..Tuesday q m rn!n8 13.. Wednesday morn»ng 14..Thursday ..I"" V/ 15..Friday i'o i SSL* FROM NEWPORT. » rni"8 13.. Wednesday o 14..Thursday 8| mo^J j £ "Jr,,day 94 morning 16..Saturday U mornin| FARES :-After Cabin, 4s.-Fore-Cabin, 2s.-Chil- dren under 12 Years of Age, Half-pticc Dogs, Is. each. Four-Wheel Carriage. 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s.; Horses each, 5s. Two-Wheel Carriage or light Phaeton, drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s.; Horse I and Rider, After-Cabin ,7s. ditto Fore-Cabin, 6s. r-J«.n £ r,"prielor8 of the abore S,eam Packets 5 NO riCL that they will not beaccountable for any Passenger s Luggage, rior will they be answerable for any Parcal (if low. or damaged ) unless booked at-either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; and if above the value of 40s. entered at its value and Carriage paid for the same at the time of Booking. the Pack'emffi ages' a,ld Parcels should be delivered at Uo"' <" w> b°'°" bridge WORKS, through Abercam, New- Nantyglo .e<^el,ty, and a branch from Newbridge to NewDort • ^°ach Daily between these places and ing, and st>ipriVin8 at NewPort about 10 o'clock inoru- A 1 "ngat 1 °'cl°ck afternoon. pane's ^cTtIirp>e rflr'st0' General Steam Navigation Com. Rownhaiu-WWf,iu' Bristo1 i or at the Facket-OfiSccs. port. "» ^°twells, and Rodnev Wharf, New- JOHN JONES, Agent. THE CARDIFF AND BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. I*ADY CHARIiOTTE, 11 ■ T. PARFITT, Commander, \WK ABE INTEMDBD TO SAIL During the NEXT WEEK, as follows, (With liberty to Tow Vessels.) FROM CARDIFF. NOv- I iNI(inday Natitiltis 7 morning ,l"esday Lady Charlotte 8 morning 1 A** cdnesday.Nautilus Bi morning l-i**ph,,r*day ••••'jady Charlotte Wi morning I ,R-ri<i.y Nautilus. 10i morning Saturday Lady Charlotte 12 noon FROM BRISTOL. *>V" |.?'\J,fon<Jay Lady Charlotte 6J morning n**vJleSllay Nautilus 64 morning 14"™ nesday • • • • Lady Charlotte 7i morning jr" A,rst*ay Nautilus 8 morning lfi 'c Lady Charlotte 9i morning • ■Saturday Nautilus 10! morning tn<thIr!SeS 1 Worses to be along-side an hour previous to the time of Sailing. FARES :-Aftcr 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, 21s.; Ditto drawn by One Horse • 0s 6d. Two-Wheel Carriage. 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, Aft«sr Cabiu. 9s.; Kore Cabin, 7s. 6d.; Cattle; Sheep. These Fares include every' expense. Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. ° Freighters are requested to order all Good« i c the NAUTILUS to be sent to No. 12, Ouav 6 °' Robert Chaplin. Cumberland Basin I«>cks • r "V" LADY CHAltLOTTK, to Clare Street Hall. Marsh Street, Bristol. H,U,» M*rsh Goods *ill be hauled from t £ e Warehouses Packets, at the expeuse of the Companiet- e Merthyr, Newbridge. Aberdare, Cowbridae j Llantrissent,and Caerphilly. Goods forwarded in Places in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats mediately on arrival, unless ordered by anv conveyance, in which case they will be deposited Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.-JFrei„h/? paid on delivery. freight to be Goods, Package', Parcels, 8ec. forwarded to»lt„, of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to either Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. °fthe,r Further information as to Freight, &c. will be readily obtained hy applying to the Airent, M Woodman, Agent, at the Packet Offica Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr John Griffith Jones A ,e No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS P'" ket; and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office .1°" Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr W. B. Owen, 16, Avon r cent, Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam give Notice, that they will not be accountable far an! Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if l08t 0 fo' by Fire, Leakage or otherwise) unless Booked at of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above tlt e'^ of 40s., unless eutered at its value, and Carriage in pro- portion paid for the same, at the time of Bookh Goods consigned to order, or not taken awav hef„r!Igi~ o'clock in a,, ,v,oi»g of ,l,o of oe warehoused at the risk and expends tile consignees All goods to be considered ^s liens, Uot only fOP f • if,' and charges due the^eo.n, but also for all satisfied Freight and Charges due by consignee* Proprietor, of U>. -id Pack. Cp,?. or measurement, claims for loss or damage &c cannot beallowed, unless a written notice of the same be cent to lUe Office QIHM day of delivery, BUTE DOCK, CARDIFF. TrHtS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that the TEM. PORAHY OFFICES for-transacting the business of the Bute Dock Ship Canal or Basin, are at No. 50, BUTE STREET, CARDIFF. ATTENDANCE FROM 10 TILL 4. W. M. DA VIES, Nov. 6th, 1839. Collector. Radnorshire District of Roads WANTED immediately, a Person competent ci;Xmt0 undertake the duties of TURNPIKE ROAD SURVEYOR., for the above District; he will be ex- pected to be acquainted with the nse and management of the Spirit Level, the Forming, Making, and Stoning of Roads, &c., and to have a knowledge of Superficial and Solid Measure, and must engage to reside constantly in a centrical part of the County, and to devote the whole of his time, and pay his undivided attention to the duties of his Office as Surveyor—and must undertake (if required by the Trustees) to give good and aatisfactory Securities for all Sums ef Money, which may be paid into his hands for the purpose of making and improving the Roads within the Trust. All applications to be made in Writing (post paid) addressed to Samuel Stephens and Son, Clerks to the Trustees, Presteign, Radnorshire, before FRIDAY, the 22nd of NOVEMBER next, on which day a MEETING of the TRUSTEES will be held in the COUNTY HALL, in the Town of PR.ESTEIGN, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, when such applications will be taken into con- side ration. Presteign, October 19th, 1839.