ARRIVALS. At Belle Vue Royal Hotel .His Grace the Duke of Newcastle and Family; The Hon. Charles Shaw Lefevre, M. P. Speaker of the House of Commons; Hon. Mr. Lefevre Sir George Harrison Lieut. Col. Taynton Capt. Thurston Rev. Anthony Buller; Rev. Thos. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Champernowne and Family Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mr. and Mrs. Turner; Mr. Mrs. and. Mr. G. C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Lewis; Mr. and Mrs George Cox; Mr. and Mrs. James Davies, (Moorcourt;) Mr. and Mrs. Lewes Gower Mr. and Mrs. Townsend; Mrs. and Miss West; Mr. Charles Barron and two friends; Mr. Small; Mr. Ridley; Mr. Wm. Bailer; Mr. Boucher; Mr. Tench: Mr. Edwards Mrs. Richard Buller Mr. Aston; Mr. C. Turner; Mr. Thompson Mr. Hume; Mr. Browning Mr. C. Deeve Miss Carron. At the Gogerddan Arms Hotel,—Mr.and. Miss Wil- kinson Mr. Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Salter; Mr. E. Thomas: Mr. Cross and Son Mr. Henry Francis; Mr. and Mrs. Webb and Family; Mr. Humphreys; Mr. Weyman and son; Mr. Mattirigley Mr. and Mrs. Pearce and Family; Mr. Beddoes; Mr. Howells; Mr. and Mrs. Jones; Mr. Phelps; Mr. Aspinall; Mr. Worthington; Mr. Long; Mr. Edwards; Col. and Mrs Tennant; Mr. Standeven Mr. W. Russell and Family Miss Russell; Miss Astley Miss Hig- gins; Mrs. Parry and Family; Mrs. Crump; Miss Pierce Mr. White and Family Mr. Jenkins Mr. J. R. Court; Mr. Watkins; Mr. Grassy; Mr. H. Hayward; Rev. Mr. Jenkins and Family; Mrs. Yarley; Mrs. Kiddis. At Private Residences Mr. John Becke, 7, Ter- race Mrs. Jones, 24, Terrace road Miss Phillips, 22, Portland Street; Miss Bright, 43, North Parade; Mr. Lewis, 9, Terrace Mr. Bigg, 18, Terrace Mrs. Col. Dunloppe, 55, Terrace Mr. and Mrs. Thomson and Family, 55, Terrace; Mr. Townsend, 52, Ter- race; Mr. Earnshaw, 53, Terrace; Miss Lawrence, Rock House Mr. Smith, 50, Terrace Miss Evans, 42, Terrace Mr. Long, 30, Terrace Miss Butcher, 35, Terrace; Mr. Atkinson, 49, Terrace Miss Jones, Miss Bebb, and Mrs. Grassy, 16 North Parade; Mr. J. Pitt, Cobourg House Rev. T. Jones, 11, Terrace; Mrs. Sanders, Miss Chilwell, Mrs. Fallows, Miss Hill and Miss Wood, 11, Portland Street; Capt. Schreiber and Family at Gloucester House.
DEPARTURES. John Boultbee Esq. for Warwickshire Major Pugh for Llanerchydol; Mr. and Mrs. Edwards for Caer- narvon Lieut. Col. Taynton for Machynlleth. We endeavour to make our list of arrivals and departures as full and as accurate as we can, but as it is almost impossible to avoid errors, the Visitors are respectfully requested to cause entries to be made in the arrival books at the Hotels, Public Rooms, or at Mr. Cox's Library.
The following quantities of Lead Ore have been shipped for Bagillt and Bristol from this Port during the past week :-101 tons from the Goginan, 37 tons from the Darren, and 91 tons 12 cwt. from the Lisburne Mines. Total 229 tons 12 cwt. Very many Dissenters have come to the Established Church through the ministry of the Rev. Mr. Close of this town, and several of them are to be confirmed at the ensuing visit of the Bishop. There are 800 candidates in Cheltenham for confirmation.-Chel- tenham Chronicle. IT is now finally settled and determined that her Majesty's accouchement is to take place in town, although there are a great many persons who, on the best authority" assert that it is to take place at Claremont, and quite as many who, on better" than the "best authority" assert that it is to take place at Windsor Cheltenham Looker-on.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have been favored with an interesting document upon the OFFICE OF RAGLER, formerly existing in the County of Cardigan, from which we shall mahe extracts next iveeh. Our Advertising friends are referred to the under-mentioned scale for Advertisements. Orders for the paper, per post, will be promptly attended to: a remittance of 3s. Gd. by an order on the Post Office, will ensure one copy being sent for three months. SCALE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS, Including the duty to Government. £ s. d. Not exceeding 4 lines 0 3 0 Exceeding 4 lines and not exceeding 6 0 3 6 Exceeding 6 and not ————— 10 0 4 6 Exceeding 10- and not 15056 Exceeding 15- and not 20 0 6 6 Half a column 0 8 0 A column 0 15 0
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF THE MAILS. Arrives at Departs Aberystwith The London Mail, via Shrewsbury 6 p. m. 8 a. m- The CheltenliamMail, viaHereford 8 p. m. 6 a. m. The Carmarthen & South Wales 4Q p. m. 9. a. m. The delivery of Letters commences at 30 minutes after the arrival of the London Mail, and 20 minutes after the arrival of the other Mails.
ABERYSTWITH TABLE OF DISTANCES. DISTANT FROM Miles. DISTANT FROM Miles. Aberaeron 16 London, by Birmingham 225 Devil's Bridge 12 London, by Worcester.. 207 Hafod 15f Machynlleth 18 2 Lampeter 2iQ Plinlimmon 16 Lampeter, by Aberaeron 29 Rhayader, by Devils"! Llanidloes, by Devils") Bridge J Bridge J Rhayader, by new road 32 Llanidloes, by new road 28 Towyn, acrosstheDovey 15 London, by Ross. 210 Tregaron 18 j
ABERYSTWITH INFIRMARY. Patients admitted for the week ending 2/th day of Aug. 1840, Out Patients 2 Discharged cured 9 for irregularity I In Patients 0 -relieved 3 Total on the Books 49 Out Patients 45 In Patients 4 Visitor for the week, Rev. Benjamin Rees: Dr. Richard Williams, Physician, John Philipps Esq. Surgeon. H. Humphreys (Chemist) Secretary.
TIDE TABLE. MOON'S AGE. First Quarter, 3rd Sep. lOh. 38m. afternoon. High Water at Aberystwith ill the ensuing week. H. M. H. M. Saturday, Aug. 29th 9. 0. Tuesday, Sep. 1st 11.34- Sunday, Aug. 30th 9. 45. Wednesday Sep. 2nd 0. 32" Monday, Aug. 31st 10.36. Thursday, Sep. 3rd 7.30' H. M. Friday, Sep. 4th 2. 28.
^Tjipptng intelligence. ABERYSTWYTH.—Arrived, the Earlof Lisburne, Evans, from Bristol, with General Cargo: Rhydiol, Riddell, from Quebec, with Timber, for Mr. Thomas Jones, Ropemaker, 35 days passage; Nancy, Humphreys; Lady of the Lake, Owens; and Eagle, Jones, from the Isle of Man, with Herrings; Union, Jones, from Cardiff, with Coals: Ann and Mary, Williams, from Chester, with Bricks; Hopewell, Humphreys; Eliza, Evans; Castle, Jenkins, from Red- wharf; and Prudence, Jenkins, from Milford. with Lime- stones; Richard and Mary, Jones, from Pwllheli, for Barmouth, with Oatmeal; and Hope, Evans, with Fish. Sailed, the Margaret, Edwards Speculation, Davies Diligence, Humphreys; Dove, Jones; Elizabeth, Edwaids; and Honora, Davies, for Flint, with Lead Ore: Renown, Julian, for Newquay and Newry, with Bark Richard and Mary, Jones, for Barmouth, with Oatmeal Briton, Lloyd, for Irvine, with Bark; Adelaide, Griffiths, for London and Waterloo, Lloyd, for Bristol, with Sundries; Jane and Elizabeth, Evans, for Newry, with Bark; Eagle, Jones, Eliza, Evans, and Union, Jones, for Newport; Mary Anne Jones: Hannah, Jones; and Nancy, Humphreys, for Mil- foi-d Lima, Davies, for Aberthaw and Hopewell, Hum- phreys, for Redwharf, in Ballast. Arrived in the Bay on the 28th, the sloop Mary, Evan .Jones, Master, sailed from Barrow on the 22nd, bound for Newport, with Iron Ore. On the 26th picked up 5 pieces of Fir Timber, about 3 or 4 leagues to the southward o: Holyhead.
SATURDAY, AUG. 29th, 1840. THAT re-action succeeds excitement, is as undeniable a fact as, that night succeeds to day. We were therefore naturally enough, at the commencement of the present week, quite in a mood to sit down and ruminate a little, on what is passing in the world; but Monday had scarcely appeared, before a repetition of last week's amusements commenced, offering the temptation to abandon, for a time, reflection, or, at best, to postpone it until night should stamp our scribbling studies "lucubrations" The Cricket-match must be seen;—the Ball and Supper must not, of course, be forgotten and, tho' last, not least, "business must be attended to." Time however, eventually ter- minates all these excitements, and then how really delightful to contemplate, that while, as we find on taking up a Newspaper, "Hot, dull, dreary, dusty, dirty London has become a desert; not a carriage to be seen in the streets except those of the doctors, who seem to be hunting after patients, and enjoying the sultry climate, in hopes of an epidemic—we are located in a delightful little Watering Place; and that we can scarce set foot to catch the sea-breeze, without meeting some well- known face, whom last, perchance, we saw deeply absorbed in the heated political atmos- phere of the "Commons,"—or, may-hap, the dignified SPEAKER himself,—each rejoicing in the opportunity afforded him of relaxing from the cares and toils of office; and invigorating himself by inhaling the renovating air of Aber- ystwith, or, perhaps still more delightful, paying a visit to picturesque Hafod.—Do we wish to emerge from the gaiety of the Town? -we take our Rod and stroll along the banks of the Rhydol River; and in this golden month of August, when "Pour'd from the villages. a nilm,rotis train Now spreads o'er all the fields. In form'd array The reapers move, nor shrink from heat, to toil By emulation urged. Others, dispers'd, Or bind in sheaves, or load, or guide, the wain, That tinkles as it passes. Far behind Old age and infancy, with careful hand, Pick up each straggling ear," our admiration is divided, between the bold scenery surrounding this fertile vale, and the