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ALLAX O'B WASG. Y Pummed Argraphiad gydag. Attodiad. /^tASGLIAD O HYMNAU wedi eu dospartliu dan wahanol benau, yn ngliyd ag amrywiol o Anthemau. GAN E. GRIFFITHS, ABERTAWT. iEmlJossed Roan, Is, 6c. yr un, (14ynydwsin); Morocco 3s. [1-6] CROMWELL PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. TRUSTEES. Mr. John Jones, 32, Castle-street. Mr. Henry turt, Hope-street. Mr. John Robinson, Birkenhead. Mr. John Williams, Lord-street. PRESIDENT—Mr. John Jones, 32, Castle-street. TREASURER.—Joseph Hartley, Commutation-row. COMMITTEE Richard Corish, Laurel Cottage, Smithdown-lane. William Brown, 22, Chapel-street "John Evans, Public Offices, Cornwallis-street, John Jones, 142, Vine-street. Richard Jones, 1, Bridsoir-street. C. Mitchell, jun., Duke's Dock. Joseph Price, James-street. John Reid, 17, Old Hall-street. E. Pierce, 38, North John-street. M. Woodward, 54, Mill-street. The Meetings of this Society are held on the First Monday in each month in the office of the Secretary, from Six to Half-past Six o'clock in the evening. Withdrawals promptly paid. Dividends payable on the first Monday in July. At the end or last year a dividend of 7 per cent. was paid. Preference Shares granted at a fixed rate of inter- est, payable as may be agreed. Copies of the Rules, Annual Report, and any other information, may be obtained, and shares taken, on application to the Secretary, EDWARD CROSLAND, Accountant, 21, Harrington-street. slifk. AMERICA, SWYD JJ!'A YMFUDOL GYMREIG. SIMON JAMES, 25, UNION STREET, LIVERPOOL; ADDYMUNA ddatgan ei deimladau diolchgar am y gefnogaeth y mae wedi ei gael; hefyd a ddymuna wneuthur yn hysbys ei fod yn parhau i Bookio gyda'r Ager- a'r Hwyl-longau i America, Awstralia, &c., am y prisoedd iselaf yn Liverpool. Gellir cael pob hysbysrwydd am y clud-dal, amser hwylio, ymborth, &c., trwy ddanfon llythyr yn cynwys un stamp i'r cyfeiriad uchod. 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B HYAM'S BUSINESS REGULATIONSAll • Goods are marked in plain figures the lowest selling price, from which no abatement can be made. Any Garment bought and taken away, if not satis- factory, will be exchanged, if not worn or injured. On Saturdays the Establishment is closed until when Business is resumed until 11 o'clock. a—52] CAS GWR NI CHARO ift Y WLAD A'l MACCO. EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIOL CYMREIGYDDION BETHESDA. Dymuna Pwyllgor yr Eisteddfod hysbysu y wlad eu bod wedi penderfynu gohirio yr Eisteddfod nesaf o herwydd fod Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant yn syrthio ar y Sul, ond y rhoddir allan y Testynau am y flwydd- yn ganlynol mor fuan ag y bydd modd. TRAETHODAU, PREGETHAU, AC EGLURIAD. JL AU YSGRYTHYROL, gan J. THOMAS, LIVERPOOL. Gwerthwyd yn agos i 3000 o gyfrolau o'r llyfr uchod mewn amser byr. Mae gan yr Awdwr 50 o gopiau ar law, a gellir eu cael am 4s. y gyfrol ond anfon ato, neu i Swyddfa Y Tysr CYMREIG. tt-3 COFRESTRFA RAD I FORWYNION CYMREIG. 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Its astonishing 0 "P small compass., and great magnifying power, combined with complete distinctness, together with its cheapness, are its most prominent properties. It magnifies, we are informed, no less than 30,000 times, and it is quite suitable for the examination of the minutest objects, such as animalculse, wings and antenro of insects, chemical chrystals, &c., &c. Along with the instrument, Mr. RAE supplies a book of instructions, which will serve as a guide to the observer." The Dudley Guardian, August 15,1866, devotes thirty lines of its valuable space to the praise of RAE'S new Microscope, and ends by saying:—"This admirable Microscope, which is of a high magnifying power, will be found most useful and entertaining and, we may add, that a great variety of experiments may be carried out by using this invaluable vade mecum, the price of which, 2s. 6d., places it within the power of almost the poorest of the working classes." The Yorkshire Gazette, October 6, 1866, in giving a description of the Yorkshire Exhibition, says:—"A great boon to the public has been afforded by maeans of Mr. RAE'S newly-invented Microscope. The latter instrument has until recently only been in the hands of experts or students their complexity of construction and elaborate workmanship in most cases causing a costliness which utterly placed them out of the reach of a working man, who would Otherwise have delighted to amuse himself and family with those glimpses of the wonderful and invisible world attractive alike to the lettered and unlettered. The Microscopo in question is a very insignificant piece of mechanism, easily ad- justed, simple in its construction, scarcely liable to derangement, and we can truly vouch for their immense magnifying power. A small monad is made to look very large indeed, and the action of the internal organs of the vorticella can be clearly defined. This little instrument rejects all the complexity of rack and pinion, screws, condensers, stages, reflecters, forceps, and the other mysterious appliances of a compound microscope; for the spectator has simply to place his object-say a cheese mite-on a round piece of glass about the size of a shilling, screw on a brass cap, look through a very small hole, in which is a highly polished glass lense, and then the object is perceived, magnified at least 30,000 times. The price in but 2s. 6d, and we can, from actual use of them, strongly recommend them to our readers." The above Instrument may be had from the Maker at 2s. 6d. each, or free by post for-37 stamps, with Book of Instructions." RAE'S NEW PRIZE ACHROMATIC FIELD GLASS (Binocular), with leather case, complete. Price. 14s. 6d; free by parcel, 15s. 6d. RAE'S NEW TOURIST'S TELESCOPE (Achro- matic). Price 4s. 6d. and 6s. 6d carriage Is. extra. RAE'S (OWN MAKE) LADY'S GOLD HORI- ZONTAL WATCH, £3 10s. Od. 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Subscriptions received from Christmas to May 3rd, £ 32,000. Amount advanced on Mortgages during th6 -same period, 234,195. In addition to the ordinary shares, preference shares are issued bearing a guaranteed fixed dividend of fiv; and a half per cent. Copies of report and prospectus may be had, and shares taken at any time, on application to the SeOo retary. J. LLOYD JONES, Accountant, 6, Lord-street. [1-13] Y SWY -1k DDFA YMFUDOL GYMREIG. BYDDED hysbys i'r Cymry a fwr- -L' iadant ymfudo i America neu Awstralia, ein bod yn bookio am y > prisiau isalaf yn Lerpwl gydag ager a hwyl-longau; gan liyny, gofehveh na thaloch eich blaendal i oruchwylwyr yn Nghymru. Os gwnewch, pwy sydd i ofalu am danoch pan yn Lerpwl, lie y mae llawer yn byw ar yr hyn a ys- peiliant? Cewch bob hysbysrwydd trwy ddanfon llythyr a postage stamp at LAMB & EDWARDS, Brokers, 41, Union-street, Liverpool. 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