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TIME TABLES AUGUST. We give the following for the accommodation of our readers, but as the time tables of the railway com- panies do not always reach us punctually, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any errors. Newport, Pontypool, and Blaenafon. VP-TRAINS WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS 8TNRTING FROM ft. ra. p. m. p. m. p. m. a. in. p. m Cardiff 7 35|1247'2 40;5 50 8 15 3 5b Newport, Miilstreet ..9 15,1 45 5 0,8 0 9 30 3 0 ManUrtiasa 1 9 211 5l|5 6 8 6 9 36 8 6 Cwmbran 10 9 40 8 10 Pontnew,dù 2.9 29\1 5915148 14 944 814, Pontrhydyrun 3 9 33'2 3i5 18 8 18 9 48 8 18 PoXol • • .9 50 2 20 5 35 8 35 10 5 8 35 Pontnewynydd 9 54 2 24 5 39 8 39 10 9^8 39 AbSSn 9 59 2 29|5 44 8 44 1014 8 44 C™ Avon 10 7 2 37 5 52 8 52 1022 8 52 1015 2 45|6 0 9 0 1030 9 0 DOWN-TRAINS WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS BXAIVIING FROM a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p. m Blaenafoa 7 30 1130 3 20 6 30 7 30,5 0 Cwm Avon .7 36 1138 3 28 6 38 7 38.5 8 AbSstcbSz* 7 44 1146 3 36 6 46 7 46 5 16 Pontnewynydd 7 48 1150 3 40j6 50 t 50 5 20 Pontypool, 7 55,12 0(3 50,7 0 8 0,5 30 Pontrhydyrun 8 2 12 7,3 57,7 7 8 7 5 37 Pontnewydd 8 8 1211 ] 4 1. 7 11 8 115 41 Cwmbran 8 10 1215:4 5 7 15 8 15 5 45| Illantarnam ,.8 16.1221 4 11;7 ?1,8 21 5 51j Newport, Miilst.ar.8 25 123o!4 20 7 80,8 0 Cardiff 8 55,1 25,5 559 5,10361 1 For hlLalpas. 2 ForCroes-y-ceilog and Llanfrechfa. 3 For Pantcg and New Inn. Omnibuses run to and from Mill-street Station to all parts of the town. Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford. UP. SUNDAYS. Newport 7.15 9. 0 10.2011. 5 2.10 5.40i7. 0 9.20,5.30' Pontnwyd 7-29 9.14 10.3411.18 6.54 9.32i5.42| POXTYP'L 1 ROAD.7.40 9.22^10.42 1,24 2.29 6. 7 7.19 9.46J5.57J Nantydery 7.52 10.59! |6.19 9.57|6. 8, Penpergm 7.59 11. 6j 6.26(7.3810. 5|6.1O Abergafny 8.10 11.18! 2.55 6.35 7.4410.15:6.26 Hereford 9.12 12.18J 3,30!7.35 8.30 11 15)7.30, DO-WN. 6UNDAYS. Hereford 7.40i £ 45,12.10, (3.85 7.25i 9.40 7.50, Abrga'ny 8.4510S»'ji2.48! 4.40j 8 18 10.45 8.53, Pnpergm 8.5ifl0.43' 4'48: 8.24 10.53,9. 1 Nantydry9. 010.50[ 4 56' 8.33 11. 0j9.10; PONTYP'L I ( ROAD.9.10 11. 31 1.10 2.30 5. 9,6. 5:8 43 11.18 9.28, Pontnwyd9.21 ll.ll! 5.256.14) 11.269.36, Newport 9.3511.25; 1.38'2.50;5.40;6.30;9. 5 11.40,9.50 Newport, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo. Frcm DocVstreet, Newport, for Nantygb and inter- mediate Stations, (Bassaleg Junction, Tydee, xlisca, Cross Keys, Chapel Bridge, Abercarn, Newbridge, Crumlin, Llanliilleth, Aberbeeg Junction, Abertulery, and Blcina,) at 7, 11 15, 3, 5 45,- 7 30 Sundays: 9, 15 & 5 15. FromNantyglo, 8 25, 11 15, 2 20, 4 45, 725 Sundays at 10 55 and 7 10. From Aberbeeg Junction for Ebbw Vale and interme- diate Stations, (Cwm and Victoria,) at 7 53, 12 13, 4 8, 6 43. Sundays at 10.13 and 6 13. From Ebbw Vale at 8 25, 11 15, 2 20, 4 45, 7 25. Sundays at 10 55, and 7 10. Pontypool, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo. •UP TRAINS I SUNDAYS. Pofitvoool Town 9 37 1 32 5 29 8 3 ^mli^d/p 7 41 12 0 3 51 6 30 10 0 6 0 SJ?«< a 1213 4 & 0 431013 613 EbbVvaie 8 is 12 35 4 30 7 a 10 35 c Abertlllery 7 59 12 19 4 14 6 4fl 10 19 6 19 Mains 8 8 12 27 4 22 6 57 10 2T C 27 ynTity^ift 8 XS 12 35 4 30 7 5 10 35 6 35 DOWN TRAINS I SUNDAYS Nantyglo 8 25 11 15 2 20 4 45 7 25 10 55 7 10 BlaSf 8 32 11 28 2 28 5 0 7 33 11 8 7 18 Abertillerv 8 41 U 31 2 36 5 10 7 41 11 11 7 26 Ebbw Vale 8 25 11 15 2 20 4 45 7 25 10 55 7 10 Aberbeeg junct. 8 47 11 37 2 42 5 20 7 47 11 17 7 32 Crumlin dep lo 15 2 0 5 39 9 4 Pontypool Town .10 30 220555922 Pontypool, Risca, &c., and Newport. UP TRAINS SUNDAYS. Pontypool Town 9 37 1 32 5 29 1 8 31 6 13 Crumlin dep sfeo 11 54 2 55 5 45 8 0 11 30 7 45 Aberc&rne 9 10 12 4 3 5 5 55 8 10 11 401 7 55 R^a I! e 23 12 20 a is 6 10 8 23 11 53 8 8 Newport 9 45 12 45 3 40 6 40 8 45 12 15| 8 30 DOWN TRAINS ) SUNDAYS, j Newport 7 0 11 15 3 0 5 45 7 30 9 15 5 15 Risca 7 19 11 3fi 3 25 0 6 7 57 9 3G 5 36| Abercarne 7 32 11 50 3 41 6 20 8 14 9 50 5 50, Crumlin dep 10 15 2 0 5 39 10 49 9 4 rontypool Town 10 30 2 20 5 55 II 8 9 22 Pontypool and Merthyr. UP-TRAIN3. ( SUNDAYS. Pbfitypool Road "9 30 1 25 |5 22 7 55 6 5; Pontypool Town 9 37 1 32 ;5 29 8 3 6 1 CrunJin 9 55 1 48 5 4b 8 21 0 31 Tredegar junction (Blackwood)lO 3,1 56 5 54 8 29 fi 39 Rhymnev Junction(Hengoed).10 9 2 2 ,6 J o'> 6 la Lloncaicii (Nelson) 10 17 2 10 6 8 8 44 6 54 Quaker's "iard Junction 10 30,2 28 16 22 8 53 7 3( Troedvrhiew 10 40-2 38 |6 33 — — 10 48,2 -6 •S. i DOWN TRAINS" |8UMI)AYS flertWr 9 20 1 10 4 45 — — Troedvrbiew 9 29 1 19 4 54 — Quaker's Yard junction 9 44 1 34 5 10 10 14 8 2^ Uancaich (Nelson) 9 51 1 41 5 17 10 22 8 37 JUrymney Junction 9 59 1 50 5 26 10 32 8 47 Kgar7Junction 10 5 1 55 5 31 10 398 54 Crumlin 10 15 2 0 5 39 10 49 9 4 Pontypool Town 10 30 2 2 0 5 55 11 8 9 2 2 Crumlin 10 15 2 05 39 10 49 9 4 Pontypool Town .10 30 2 20 5 55 11 89 2 2 Pontypool Road 10 35 2 25 6 6 11 13,9 27 Coleford, Monmouth, Usk, and Pontypool. WEEK DAYS. 6UNDAYS. a. m. a. m. a. m. p.m.] la.mjp.m. Pontypool Road „ 8 20 11 5 2 40 6 15 11 20 rontypooi xv g 20 2 55 6 3f li ss| Uand'ennv "Q »>9 5 11 28 3 3 6 45; |11 43: to n 32 3 710 501 .1147 Raglan Footpath., e 9 15 11 36 3 ll| 6 6.V 111 51 Dingestow 9 25 11 45 8 20; 7 #■ |12 0 Monmouth 9 35 ill 65 3 30 7 15 112 10 aim. a. m. ip. m. p. m» a. m.'p. m. Monmouth 8 15 12 15 4 0 *6 0 <• 5 0 Wn^Stow 8 23 12 23? 4 10 C 10 | 5 fi SOooipath 8 31 12 31 4 19 6 19 § = 5 6 R^lan Road 8 35 12 35l 4 23 f: g. 5 20 Llandenny 8 39 12 39 4 28 6 25 5 24 Usk 8 50 12 50 4 38 6 4a » 5 34 Font)*pooi Xload 9 5[ 1 6 4 55; 7 5 o Pontypool to Cardiff (Taff Vale). DOWN. SUNDAYS. Pontypool town 9 37. 1 57j 5 29i 8 2 auakcr's Yard 8 19 11 19 3 54 7 f 4 24 Cardiff 9 12 12 12 4 47 8 5'10 22 5 17 up gUFDAYS, Cardiff 8 20 11 30, 2 55j 6 45j 9 0 4 0 Quaker's Yard 9 15,12 26 3 50 7 44 9 56 4 56 rontypool 10 33j 2 10' 5 40, |H Bristol & South Wales Union Railway. CromBrist.6 15, 10 0, 12 15, 3 0, 5 0, 6 50, Sundays 8 10, 3 0, arriving atPortskewct Station before 8 2, 11 35, 12 27, 1 32, 14 55, 6 20,8'20 (and Sundays 9 35,4 49, )trains to Newport, From Newport to Portskewet, and up stations to London. 8 0, 10 0, 1 30, 3 5, 4 30, 6 16; Sundays, 8 to, 4 23. From Portskewet; Junction, 8 30,10 25, 2 20, 3 30, 5 6, 7 0, Sundays 9 30, 5, —— STEAM PACKET TABLES. THE NEWPORT OR AVON. From Bathnrst Basin* Bristol, «3allto« 8t the Hotwellw Stage half-an-hoor latcr<} AUGUST. 28 Saturday 0 15 morning 31 Tuesday .12 0 noon From Beaufort Wharf, Newport. 30 Monday. 9 0 morning LOCAL REGISTER. Just Published, And may be had at the FREE PRESS Office, Price 6d., (Post-free on receipt of Eight Stamps,) THE LOCAL REGISTER; OR, CHRONOLOGY OF PONTYPOOL AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. Being a concise acoount of the Chief Events that have transpired in the Town and Locality, and (incidentally) in Monmouth- shire, from the Invasion of Britain until July, 1868. America! America! PROTECTION, SPEED, AND ECONOMY TO EMIGRANTS. Passengers booked through to all parts of the United States and Canada, at Loicest Rates. Sailing- Ships.. (Including Provisions) £ 3 10 O Steamers ditto £ 6 6 O Passengers met at the Railway Stations in Liverpool, and provided with the best accommodation at the lowest possible rates. Free Storage for Luggage. For every other information apply to I JAMES R. MORGAN, Emigation Agent, Post Office, Pontypool, and Galton Street, Liverpool. QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION OFFICES, 2, Old Broad Street, London, E.C. Emigration to Queensland. NEW LAND ACT, 1868. Persons 21 years of age, paying their passage to the Colony, can select a homestead of 80 or 160 Acres at a quit-rent of 9d. and 6d. per Acre for five years, when they become entitled to the freehold. Land orders, X30 per adult, are also granted to per- sons paying their passage to the colony. Assisted Passages are granted to shepherds, plough- men, agricultural labourers, quarrymen, gardeners, miners, carpenters, bricklayers, blacksmiths, wheel- wrights, and other eligible persons and Free Passages to female domestic servants, and married farm labour- ers, and shepherds with not more than one child and under 12 years of age. Assisted and free passengers, after three years' con- tinuous residence in the Colony, can select a home- stead of 80 to 160 acres under the Land Act. JAMES WHEELER. AI)poititedAgent forAberdaro,Al rG. II.EVANS, Auctioneer „ „ Cardiff-J OSEPH ELLIOT & SoS, Bute Docks II Brecon—Mr JOHN EVANS „ bersychan-Alit EDWIN WOOD. J} )( Mcrthyr—MR JOHN COPELAND. „ Tredegar—Ma EDWARD DAVIES. DUTY OFF TEAS AT W. PEGLER'S Tea and Grocery Establishments. B. d. Good Small Tea 1 4 per lb. Congou, recommended 2 0 ly Best do. 2 6 W. PEGLER, PONTYPOOL AND BLAENAFON Posters of the Largest Size Printed /45 inches by 27 inches,) EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE AND ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE, AT THE FreePress Office,Pontypool. Kaye's Worsdell's Pills. KAYE'S "WORSDELL'S PILLS have become so celebrated, because thev go at once to the root of disease, purify the vital fiuid, and enable all the organs of the human system to perform their functions in a healthy and vigorous manner. They are carefully com- pounded on sound principles, and, being entirely free from mercurial, antimonial. and other mineral or dan- gerous substances, may be safely taken by persons of the most delicate constitution. Sold by all Chemists and other Dealers in Patent Medicines at Is. ljd.28. 9J., and 4s. 6d. Wholesale Depot, 22, Bread-street, London. Tea Tea! For the Milliol Try JONES'S Tea. Good Congou Is 4d Fine do 2s Od Finest Rough do. 2s 6d ftT.B.—All Groceries supplied at Lowest Prici Note the Address: Thos. Jones, Grocer, BRIDGE STREET, PONTYPOOL. IMPORTANT. a IF you want to BORROW MONEY at a cheap rate, go to Mr W. WILLIAMS, 16, Dock-street, New- port, Mon,, aud Insure vour LifCj nnd, with approved personal security, you can have any sum up to £ 2,000, repayable by fixed instalments. Oflico hours, 10 to 5. 1M ON THE BOXJYJY THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST Victoria Hall, Newport. UNDER MOST DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE. THE DIRECTORS of tbeNEWPORT ATHENAEUM 1 AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE respectfully announce that on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1869, a GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held in the magnificent Assembly Room of the above Hall, when the following PRIZES will be offered for competition TWENTY GUINEAS For the best Choral Performance of "WORTHY IS THE LAMB" and AMEN," from the MESSIAH." TEN GUINEAS For the best Brass Band Performance of MARCH OF THE PRIESTS," from "ATHALIE." SEVEN GUINEAS For the best Choir Performance of "CANIG Y CLYCHAU." FIVE GUINEAS For the best Awdl (Ode) on "LLYS IFOR HAEL." Other valuable Prizes are also offered for Solo and Part Singing, Compositions in Music, Poetry, and Prose, Recitations, Drawing, Writing, &c. Programmes and further Particulars may be obtained on application to W. N. JOHNS, I tt c « A. STONEHOUSE, non- &0C3- Athenaeum, Newport, August 23, 1869. W. PARKHOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Boot Manufacturer, COMMERCIAL-STREET, PONTYPQOL. AGENT for the "HOWE" SEWING MACHINES, the oldest established of any in the world and ac- knowledged to be superior to every other manufactured, being adapted for all kinds of sewing, from the lightest gossamer to the heaviest harness and upholstery. a Heady-Closed UPPERS of every description Supplied to the Trade at the Lowest Prices. WOODFORD & SON BEG leave most respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Pontypool and its vicinity, that they have opened in the GROCERY BUSINESS. Good Congou Tea 2s. Very Fine ditto 2s. 8d. British Wines and Cigars. GROCERY and CONFECTIONERY in all their Branches. Opposite the Crown Hotel, George Street, Pontypool. Fine Teas! THOS. AGG, PONTYPOOL, The QUANTITY 0128. and 2s. 6d. Teas T. A. is selling, is a GUARANTEE OF ITS QUALITY. p « Johnson, Johnson § Cos E 4 4 I t PURE TEA, ► Free from all Artificial Colouring Matter, £ 2/- per Ib. < CHOICE QUALITIES 3 -"NEW SEASON'S," ► j 2/8- 3/-3/4-3/8-4/- ► 2 Supplied in Packets only, from 2 ozs. to I-lb. w and 3-lb. and 6-lb. Tin Canisters. J JBfe^SE"* Sold by Chemists, Confectioners, a(sr«"Hr &c., in every Town. 1 LOCAL AGENTS. t PONTYPooL-Edwards, stationer, George-street Abergav;nny-J ames, confectioner Beaufort-Jones, chemist I)illgweiill,y-Faulkiier, chemist, 81, Commercial-road N antyglo -Allen, Post-office, Garn Vach Merthyr— Stephens, chemist Aberdare—Thomas, chemist, 10, Commercial-place Hereford—Chave, 6, Broad-st; Jennings, 36, High town Tredegar-J enkins, chemist b" U sk-Clark. Post-office JOHNSON, JOHNSON & Co., Tea Merchants, 17, Blom- field-street, City, London. HORNIMAN's TEA is selected only from the spring gathering, and imported free from I facin-' powder; tea distinctively strong and delicious inflavour is thus obtained. Genuine packets are signed f^W £ mu}mwn,Z€(r. LONDON. "Prices, 2s. 8d.—3s.—8s.4d. & 3s. 8d. per lb AGENTS IN THIS DISTRICT. Am;RYSTWITH..Jonr",Chcmist MONMOUTH Allen PoNTYrooL JFOOD,Chemist. I MERTHYR Stephens USK Edwards NEWPORT, Edmunds, chemist. ABERGA'NY. TI'atkins, Go"drn I Phillips, 92, Commercial st CiuciiiiowsM, Christopher RISCA Taylor, Chemist BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, Exccutcdivith Neatness, Correctness, and Punctuality, BY D. WALKINSHAW, AT the Office of the Free Press and Herald of the Hills, Corn Market House, Pontypool. Window Bills ("House to Let," &c.) from Id. Notices of Distraint, Id. each. Dividers (Abersychan, Pontypool, and Cwmbran,) Is. per 100. County Court Notices, d. each; 5d. doz. 3s. per 100. ART UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN. Tickets for the above will shortly be issued, and may be obtained at the Office of this Paper. WRI'T gW MACNIVEN & CAMERON'S RENOWNED PENS ON A NEW PRINCIPLE. Waverley Pen! Pickwick Pen! Owl Pen! THESE Pens are rapidly superseding all others, being J- adapted for every style and variety of writing. Is per Box ls2d per Post. Sold at the office of the PONTYPOOL FJtEE PRESS. I 4 The OWL' for fine writing, and 'The WAVERLEY' for the rough and ready hand, are the Pens that nkust, par excellence, supersede all others.Furrcs Gazette. LocaWJovernment Act, 1858 PONTYPOOL DISTRICT. Mr EDMUND B. EDWARDS, Glanwern. Mr ALEXANDER EDWARDS, Hanbury road. Mr DAVID LAWRENCE, Wainwern. Mr ARNOLD BEVAN, George-street. Mr lUCHD. GREENWAY, Glantorfaen House. Mr WM. THOMAS, Commercial-street. MrEBENEZER ll. DAVIES, George-street. Mr WILLIAM PROSSER, Crane-street. I HEREBY CERTIFY that the above-named Persons have been duly elected Members of the Pontypool Local Government Board, this 23rd day of August, 1869. THOMAS RODERICK, Chairman. Wanted, A SITUATION as GENERAL SERVANT in a Small Family. Apply at the Free Press office. Wanted, AN EXPERIENCED CLICKER and FOREMAN. Apply at PoNTYrooL BOOT MART, Cross. August 26th, 1869. TO CARPENTERS and JOINERS. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, rpHREE MEN who kave been accustomed to Bench X Work aud Fixing. Liberal Wages. Appl} to C. LOYE, Builder, &c., High-street, Abersychan. AN APPRENTICE WANTED. For Sale, A QUANTITY OF WASTE BROWN TAPER, at Id. per lb. Apply at the Office of this Paper. — To be Let, A HOUSE in BRVNGW1N PI-ACE.-Apply to Mr G. J JEE, Glanwern Offices. -=- TROSNANT, PONTYPOOL. To be Let, With immediate Possession, A NINE-ROOMED HOUSE, with GARDEN. Apply to Mr Andrew Hair, Pontypool. ABERSYCHAN, Gellgwood, Twynjiffrivd^Garndiffaith, MONMOUTHSHIRE." Important Sale of Freehold and Copyhold Property. MR BRANNAN will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the QUEEN'S HOTEL, Abersychan, on MONDAY, August 30th, 1S69, at 3 for 4 o'clock iii the Afternoon, THE UNDERMENTIONED PROPERTY, Subject to Conditions to be then and there pi oduced, and in the following or such other Lots as may then be determined upon: LOT 1.—All that Dwelling-House, Offices, and Out- buildings, situate at Abersychan, now in the occupation of Mr Henry Wintle, and known by the name of the "Queen's Hotel." There is ample room for the erection of Two Cottages upon a part of the land. LOT 2.-All that Dwelling-House and Offices, situate in Union-street, Abersycban, used as a Draper's Shop, and in the occupation of Mr George Oliver, at the Low Yearly Rent of -1-18. This Lot will be sold subject to a Lease of Ten Years, granted 27th April, 1865. LOT 3.—All that Dwelling-House and Olfices, situate and adjoining last-named, and known by the name of Three Horse Shoes," and in the occupation of Mr R. Harper, at the Annual Rental of about E20. LOT 4.—All that Dwelliug-IIouse and Offices, situate at Abersychan aforesaid, in which the business of an Ironmonger has been carried on for many years, and in the occupation of Mr Thomas Underwood. LOT 5.—All those Five substantially-erected Tene- mcnts, with the Offices, situate in Iligh-street, Aber- sychan, in the respective occupations of Messrs Thomas s Davies, John Screen, Albert Moore, George Purnell, and Luke Purnell, at the Gross Rental of £27. The Tenure of the foregoing Lots is Copyhold. LOT 6.—All those Three Freehold Dwelling-Houses and Offices, situate at Garndiffaith, in the occupation of Messrs Higgins, Carter, and Carter, at the Yearly Rent of about £ 13. LOT 7.—All those Six Freehold Dwelling-Houscs and Offices, situate at Garndiffaith aforesaid, together with the large Piece of Land adjoining, sufficient to erect Three additional Cottages which said Premises arc now void. LOT 8.—All those Two Copyhold Cottages, situate at Twynyffrwd, in the occupation of Mary Davis and Peter James. To view, apply to the respective Tenants; and for further particulars, to the AUCTIONEER, 10, 11a-itinct- street, Taunton; to MESSRS SMITH & BOYLE, Solicitors, Bridgcivatcr or to MR W. P. W ILLIAMS, Solicitor, New- port, Monmouthshire. A large proportion of the Purchase Money may, if required, remain on security of the Property. Apply to MR BHANNAN, 10, Hammct-st., Taunton. MAKES the water so soft and cleansing, that the Wash is finished in halt the usual time. HUDSON'S EXTRACT OF SOAP LA TIlERS freely. Cleans Paint, Scours Floors, JtJ Tables, &c. Beware of Imitations. Sold in Id. and £ d. packets, and lib. and gib. ditto. THOMAS ROGERS, Deceased. PURSUANT to the Statute 22 and 23 Vict., c. 35, JL "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees," NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all persons having any claim or demand upon the Estate of THOMAS ROGERS, late of Blaenavon, in the County of Monmouth, Contractor, who died on the ninth day of December, 1867, are hereby required to send particulars in writing of their claims or demands to Mr nEES ROGERS, of Maesteg, in the County of Glamorgan, the Administrator of the said deceased, or to us the undersigned, as his Solicitors, on or before the first day of October next, after which date the said Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of tho said intestate, according to law, having regard to the claims or demands only of which he shall then have notice, and will not be liable for the distributed assets to any person of whose claim he shall not then have had notice. Dated the 2nd day of August, 1869. GREENWAY aud BYTHEWAY, Solicitors, Pontypool. 8Ro. Crown, 350 pages. THE SILURIANA: OR, Contributions to the History of Gwent and Morganwg, By the Rev D. LLOYD ISAAC, Llangatben Vicarage. The whole issue has been sold to the subscribers, with the exception of 200 copies, which now shaJl be dis- posed of at cost price. A copy shall be sent, post free, on receipt of 2s. 3d. in stamps. An Antiquarian Hand-book of rare value-collee- tion of Traditions and Memoranda gleaned from Old Books and Documeots inaccessible to the many." —Archcealogia. Mr JOHN HUGHES, Stationer, Commercial-street, Newport. Offers or Exchanges Invited for the following Books: A System of Surgery. By Benjamin Bell. Illustrated with copperplates The Edinburgh .New Dispensatory. By Andrew Duncan, jun., M.D. History of Scotland. By an Impartial Hand, (Folio, 1749.) With illustrations. With illustrations. A Conserratcd Voern written to commemorate the Tricente- nary of William Shakespeare. By William Sharpe, M,A. A Lecture on Heads, bv Geo. Ales. Stevens Luropean Magazine, 1788 (2 vols,), 'y6, 'SJ7, '99, 1805, '7, '9. Literary Magazine, 1791. Monthly Review, 1787. The New Zealand Handbook, 1864. Colorado: United States, America. Its History, Geography, and IVfiniug, Emigration to Canada. The Province of Ontario its Soil, Climate, Resources, Institutions, Free Grant Lands, &e. For the information of Intending Emigrants. Newspaper Press Directory Quentin Durward. By Sir Walter Scott. 3 vols. Recollections of the Life of Lord Byron By R. C. Dallas, Esq. Moredun: A Tale of the Twelve Hundred and Ten. By W. S. (ascribed to Sir Walter Scott.) 3 vols. William the Conqueror. A Historical Kouiunce. By General Sir Charles Napier, G.C.B., &-c. Crosby-Ilall Lectures on Education The Victoria Magazine; Nos. 2 to 11. l'andurang llari; or, Memoirs of a Hindoo. 3 vols. The Zenana or, a Nuwab's Leisuru Hours. By the author of l'andurang Had 3 vols. Pierce Falcon, the Outcast. A Novel. By Emma Whitehead. 3 vols. Adelaide; a Story of Modern Life 3 vols. Queecliv. By Elizabeth Wetherell, author 01 "The Wide, Wide World." Tales and Novels by Maria Edgeworth. Vols. 2, 4, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15. 16, 18. The Queen's Page. A Romance. By Selina Davenport, author of The Hypocrite, or Modern Janus," &c. Zohrab; or, the Hostage. By James Morier, Esq. Russell; or, the lUign of Fashion. By the author of "A Winter in London," &c. Richmond; or, Scenes in the Life of a Bow Street Offleer, drawn up from his Private Meinbratkda. 3 vols. The Reign of Terror a Collection of Authentic Narratives of the Horrors committed by the Revolutionary Government of France under Marat and Robespierre. 2 vols. Oliver Cromwell; a Story of the Civil War. By Charles Edward Stewart. 2 vols. Piquillo Alliaga; or, the Moors under Philip the Third of Spain. An Historical Romance. By Eugene Scribe. Recollections of a Pedestrian. By the author of The Journal of an Exile." 3 vols. Condensed Temperance Facts for Christians with Remarks on Ancient and Modern Wines. By J. Mackenzie, M.D. An Inquiry into the Reasons and Results of the Prescription of Intoxicating Liquors in the Practice of Medicine. By l)r F. R. Lees The Condensed Argument for the Legislative Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic. By Dr F. R. Lees. Map of Herefordshire Map of Monmouthshire Apply by letter (enclosing- Stamped Envelope,) "X, Free Press Office. tlH" Any Person having Books or other Articles to 11 dispose of or Exchange, may advertise them in the above List at 3d. per line weekly (prepaid.) Thomas's Emulsion of Syrups, OR PECTOllAL COUGH DROPS. For Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, Ifoaiseness, Asthma, Hooping hough, Difficulty of Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and other affections of the chest and lungs. No family should be without this popular health- restoring remedy, which has been in great demand for many years with unprecedented success. Sold in Bottles, at 7,d, Is. lid, and 2s 9d each BAYLEY'S TONIC, APERIENT, AND PURIFYING FAMILY PILLS, For Indigestion, Loss of Giddiness, Wind in the Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual or Temporary Costiveness, Nervousness, Pains in the chest and side, 'c. These pure vegetable pills strengthen the system and increase appetite, and arc a mild and effective aperient; they purify the blood from all gross humours, -rid give speedy relief in all disorders of the liver and stomach. SOLD IN BOXES, AT i D., is. qD., & 2s. 9D. EACH. Prepared only by T. RODERICK, Chemist, Pontypool. WHOLESALE AGENTS. London W. SUTTON & Co. Bristol. PEAUCE & Co. And Pictail by most Chemists and Medicine Vendors. LOCAL AGENTS. 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