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ADVERTISEMENTS. MR. WILLIAMS'S CONCERT. .r- MR. WILLIAMS begs to acquaintthe Nobility and Gentry, that in consequence of the numerous engagements appointed for the Race week, he is induced to Postpone his Concert. to Friday evening, the 2Stli Instant, when he has the honour to announce that it will take place at the Assembly Rooms, under the immediate patronage of His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, K. G. August l'Ult, 1840. J. LEON, JEWELLER AND SILVERSMITH, Nos. 23 and 10, Pier Street, www^ in 9 INtdeparting in some measure from the plan he laid down for himself on his commencing business, and which he has, as is well known, hitherto strictly observed, viz. that of abstaining from the common practice of puffing his Goods in any shape, feeling confident that the quality of them requires no such adventitious aid, avails himself of the estab- lishment of a Newspaper in Aberystwyth thus publicly to return thanks to the Nobility, and Gentry residence, as well asVisitors, for the support with which he has been fa. voured forso many year*, and to inform them, that he has laid in for the season a stock of •I JEW U EL S. Si 88 IT GOODS, Which he feels assured his friends and patrons will, on inspection, pronounce the most splendid he has ever had the good fortune to submit to their notice embracing, besides the usual articles, a vast variety of the most elegant NOVELTIES, in Diamond, Emerald, Ruby, Lapis-lazuli, and Opal Rings and Brooches; Ladies' Hair Pins; Platina enamelled Brooches, of the most exquisite workmanship; Gentlemen's Cravat Pins, of various devices, in massive gold Pebble Snuff Boxes, in Gold and Silver mountings, Musical Boxes, from one Guinea to twenty-five Pounds Ladies' and Gen- tlemen's cylinder Gold Watches, by Le Roy. A large stock of Silver Plate, new and second hand: best Sheffield Cut- lery Dresden China, &c. &e. &c. Eau de Cologne, direct from Jean Marie Farina at Cologne. HAVANNAH CIGARS. ABERYSTWITH. On Monday, the 7th of September next, WILL BE SUBMITTED TO Vublic Competition tilo Auction, AT the Belle Vise Royal Hotel, in the Town of Aberyst- wyth, between the hours of 4 and 6 in the Evening, subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced, all those Two substantially-built MESSUAGES OR DWELLING-HOUSES with the Gardens, Stables, and Coach-houses attached thereto, situate in the most eligible part of Portland Street, in the said Town of Aberystwyth, now in the several occu- pations of Mr. Evan Morgan, and Mrs. Davies, and num- bered respectively 7 and 8. Each House contains a Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantry, and Wine Cellar, on the ground floor, with Offices at the back Drawing Room and best Bedroom on the first floor; 3 good Bedrooms on the second floor and 2 good Attic Bodrooms. The property is held under a Grant from the Mayor and Burgesses of the Town of Aberystwyth, for the term of 99 years, commencing on the 22nd day of October, 1824, sub- ject to the nominal Ground Rent of I os. per annum, and is worthy the attention of Purchasers. ■Any further information may be obtained upon appli- cation to Messrs. Hughes, Hughes, and Roberts Solicitors, Aberystioylh. August 6, 1840. WAUNFAWR BRICK YARD. -V'V WILLIAM HARRIS BEGS to inform the Public that by a greatly improved method in the burning of Bricks in this yard, he is now enabled to offer ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND, superior in quality, and cheaper than any imported and he feels assured that on trial, they will be found to give the most complete satisfaction. A large quantity of Draining Tiles, for conveying water from the springs for domestic purposes, now on sale. August, 1840. FOB. A SHORT TIME ONLY. TO THE RESIDENT k VISITING NOBILITY & GENTRY OF ABERYSTWITH. "A.'V'J'J"J"V'f'r. CHEAP, ELEGANT, & EXTENSIVE STOCK OF u[ÆÄ W OF THE NEWEST PARISIAN AND ENGLISH SHAPES, IN (C 'IT''illJ@£¡¡ RUTLAND, RICE, LUTON, & WHOLE DUNSTABLE, Next door to the Post Office, and exactly opposite the Com Market, ABERYSTWITH. J. E. WILLIAMS most respectfully invites the resident and visiting Nobility and Gentry, to an early inspection of the above cheap and Fashionable assortment of Bonnets, which for quality and texture will defy competition. J. E. W. impressed with a lively gratitude for the gener- ous encouragement she has received for the last six years she has been in the habit of visiting for the Season, cannot let the present opportunity pass without expressing her thanks, and assuring her kind friends and patrons that the most unceasing vigilance shall at all times be used in her Establishment, in order to render its reputation and progres- sive increase in business more extensive. DEVIL'S BMSCE, outfJ fflMes. FRANCIS MORRISON IN returning his heartfelt thanks to those Ladies, Noble- men, and Gentlemmen, who so kindly put up with the inconvenience attendant upon the dilapidated condition of the House on his entry; takes leave now to inform the Public at large, that theNoble Proprietor has, ataniminense expence, so enlarged and improved the Hotel, as to render it capable of entertaining any number of Families. The most eminent Tourists of the day, pronounce The Scenery the finest in the World. The Sleeping department is inferior to none in the Principality. Admission to view the Hafod Grounds, the Domain of HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE, K. G AND THE GREAT WATERFALLS AT THE DEVIL'S BRIDGE, can be obtained, only by Ticket from the Hafod Arms. F. N. has also the pleasure to state that the liberal Pro- prietors of the great Lisburne 3iiiiing Company, have granted permission to his Visitors to explore their extensive Lead Mines, on producing a Note bearing his Signature. POSTING DISTANCES. MILES. MILES. Aberystwyth 12 | Llanidloes 20 Rhayader (old road) ]9 Rhayader (thro' Hafod Grounds 23 Ditto (new road 25 Lampeter (thro' Hafod Grounds) 30 Ladies and Gentlemen who wish Recreation, Study, and to employ their Pen and Pencil, will find such an amazing variety of Scenery, and so wide a scope for the display of Talent, as cannot fail to delight them. Families or Single Ladies and Gentlemen, wishing to sojourn for a time, will be Boarded, &c. on reasonable terms. A Commodious Coffee Room. ABERYSTWITH NATIONAL SCHOOLS. A Charity Sermon will be preached at St. MXCHAELIS, XN THIS TOWN, On Sunday Morning, the 23rd instant, For the benefit of the above Schools which are supported by voluntary Contributions. A collection will be made lIt the doors after the Sermon. August 15th, 1840. J. CARROL, ,Slxab) plat & lli mJ TrJ 1l'Œ æft JMate, 36, Pier Street, Aberystwith. Tuscan and Straw Bonnets cleaned, and altered. DUTCH AND ENGLISH TOYS. EVAN ROBERlj S, SADDLER, AND HARNESS Manufacturer, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, EMBRACES the present opportunity of returning his sincere thanks to those Noblemen and Gentlemen who have so kindly favored him with their liberal support since he commenced btisiiiess; and to assure them that he will always study by a prompt attention to any orders he may receive, to merit a continuance of their patronage, A good assortment of London Whips, and Spurt. August, 10, 1840. No.5, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWITH. EASE, ELEGANCE, AND ECONOMY. J. JENKINS, (From Arrol's, London,) BEGS most respectfully to acknowledge the kind support he has received from the Nobility, Gentry, and others, both Residents and Visitors, during the last Twelve years, and to assure them that his endeavours to secure a contin- uance of their favours shall be unremitting and in order that nothing should be wanting to meet the wishes of his customers, he has greatly enlarged his stock, with the very best London Goods, as well in ready-made Œ3@@lf AM [}::(]@9 as in materials for the -execution of Orders. J. J. earnestly invites an inspection, satisfied no House in the trade can excel in shape, quality, and price. N. B. India Rubber Goloshes; India Rubber Fishing Boots Patent Pannus Corium, or Leather Cloth, for Tender Feet. August 12th, 1840. IMPORTANT TO LADIES. ANA& SCOTCH NEEDLE WORK SALAAM. HENRY O'LEARY MOST respectfully informs the Ladies of Aberystwith and the Visitors, that he bas opened his Bazaar for the sale of Embroidery and Needle work, at No. 2, New Street, near Cox's Library, where he has open for inspection an assortment of superb Lace Shawls; Lace Veils; Chantilly Lace Capes; Muslin and Lace Scarfs: Shansoos; Mantilla Tippets and Collarets Collars Capes; Children's long Robes short Frocks, and Infants' Frock bodies, of all sizes pat- terns for working Valenciennes, Mechlin, Brussels, and Honiton Lace, &c. &c. An early call is respectfully solicited, as the stay of H. O'L. is limited. 500 Capes and Collars of last year's shapes at half pries. Henry O'Leary, Licensed Hawker,No. 4532. A. August, 5th, 1840,