L. I.M A X. MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURER, No. 34, High Street, Bristol, RESPECTFULLY solifcits attention to his following list of prices, every Article of which is warranted of the very best make, perfect in tone and materials and will be exchanged, free of expence if not approved of, after trial. £ g. d. Ophicleide, with 11 Keys 8 10 0 Bass Horn, 5 ditto 4 10 0 8 Key'd Bugle 1 16 0 G. Trombone 2 12 0 C. ditto 2 0 0 Alto ditto 1 15 0 Slide Trumpet, with 5 Crooks 2 0 0 Ditto French Horn, with 6 ditto 3 3 0 3 Valved ditto, with 10 ditto 8 10 o 3 ditto, Cornopean, with 5 ditto 4 10 0 3 ditto, Trumpet, with 5 ditto 4 10 0 8 Key'd B & C Clarionets, Ivory Tipp'd 1 8 0 10 ditto ditto ditto 1 12 0 8 ditto, E flat 1 5 0 8 ditto, patentFlute, German Silver Cap Keys 115 0 6 ditto 1 io 0 4 ditto -140 4 ditto, plain ditto 0 12 0 1 ditto 0 6 0 Octaves and Piccolos 0 4 0 Violoncello, a good toned Instrument 2 0 0 Ditto a superior ditto, and Pui fied 3 3 0 Violin, ditto ditto 0 12 0 Double Bass -12120 Harp Strings, the set 0 12 0 Every description of printed Music, bows, bridges, strings reeds, pegs, &c. constantly on sale. Orders for any of the above articles, enclosing a remittance or Post Office order for the amount, wtll be immediately attended to. Instruments of all kinds repaired in the best manner. Ojeatre, ftljerpgtltjitf). FOR THE BENEFIT OF MRS. BASS, Under Distinguished Patronage, On Friday Evening next, September 25th, 1840. Will be performed Mrs. Inchbald's popular and fashionable Comedy, entitled 3Bberg One fjas 1i ffauH. Sir Robert Ramble Mr. BUCKINGHAM. Capt. Irwin Mr. KING.-Harmony Mr. BASS. Solus Mr. SANDERS.—Placid Mr. MILES. Lady Eleanor Irwin Miss C. POOLE. Miss Wooburn Mrs. COOKE,-Mrs. Placid Mrs. BASS, Miss Spinter Mrs. PALMER, A variety of Popular Songs, Dances &e. &c. To conclude with the good old Farce, of The AGREEABLE SURPRIZE. Lingo the learned Butler Mr. BASS. Cowslip Mrs. BASS. Full particulars in the bills of the day. Tickets to be had of Mrs. Bass, Jasper House, and at the usual Places. NEW MEDICAL NEWSPAPER. Noio Publishing every Week, THE MEDICAL TIMES, containing all the Medical News-Valuable Lectures now in course of delivery, (including those of Lawrence, Bransby Cooper, Guthrie. 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For the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign I5 arts. A §llSI@iS WILL be preached at St. Michael's, on Sunday the 27th instant, by the Rev. Professor Jones, of St. David's College Lampeter, in aid of the funds of the above Society. Divine Service will commence at eleven o'clock. A Collection will be made at the dooi's rlfter the Sermon. September 18th, 1810. Cardiganshire &. County Town ofCardigan. SALE OF A VALUABLE FAFJillfOLl) FAStM, In the parish of Llangrannog; ALSO, A BSAIffSION HOUSE AND PREMISES, In the Town of Cardigan. ED fcc Sxiifr tJ1 Ettrtton, BY MR. GEORGE GOODE, On SATURDAY the 26th day of SEPTEMBER, 1840, at the BLACK LION INN, in the Town of Cardigan, between the hours ofTwo and Four o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of Sale to be then and there produced, IN TWO LOTS, LOT 1. ALL that Capital FARM, with the newly erected Farm House and Buildings thereon, CORNGAM, situate in the parish of Llangrannog, in the said county containing by admeasurement 113 Acres, be the same more or less, of cap- ital Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, in the occupation of Mr. James Griffiths, held under an agreement for a Lease for 21 years granted in 1837, at the low yearly rent of -142 per annum. N. B. The buildings on this farm are new; and there is a Grove of about 10 aeres of thriving young Oak, Larch, and Spruce, which will be Sold with the farm. In the County Town of Cardigan. LOT II. All that desirable and most convenient Mansion House, situate jn Pendre-street, in the Town of Cardigan, late in the occupation of James Bowen, Esq,, at the low yearly rent of £36. The house is situate in the most respectable part of the Town of Cardigan, is replete with every convenience, and contains in the basement, cellars of excellent temperature on the ground floor, a spacious entrance hall, dining room, large kitchen, scullery, with other offices and on the first floor, an excellent drawing-room, bed-room with dressing- room; and on the second floor, suitable bedrooms and ser- vants' apartments likewise, a three-stalled stable and sad- dle-room, with a garden attached and the exclusive right to two good pews in Cardigan chnrch. trff For further particulars enquire of Charles Arthur Prichard, Esq., Tyllwyd, near Newcastle- Eiiilyn John Walters Phillipps, Esq., Aberglasney, near Llandilo D. P. Lucas, Esq., solicitor Cardigan or of Mr. Geo. Goode, Land Agnet and Auctioneer, at his Office, Lower Market- street, Carmarthen, where a map of the Farm may be seen. Croft Cottage, near Carmarthen, Sep. 11, 1840. NOTICE. I DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that unless the several articles of wearing apparel, &c. left at my house, the XETEr, SffE&B. GOCHNAN, On the 20th day of August last, by JOHN THOMAS and BENJAMIN GERRANCE, be fetched away on or before the 19th of October next, the same will be sold for the pur- pose of defraying the debts due from them to me. Dated this 18th day of September, 1840. JOHN SAYER.
Ueatfis. Died at Maesbangor, on the 1st of September, after a very short illness, aged 28, Sophia Evans, daughter of Mr Tho- mas [Evans. At Llanbadarn, on Sunday the6th instant, atthe advanced age of 83, Mr. William Hughes, a freeholder, and one of the oldest members of the Calvanistic Methodists. On Friday the 11th instant, aged 16, Margaret, daughter of Mr. Thomas Jones, of Brynowen, after a very short illness. On Wednesday, the 16th instant, at Aberystwith, aged 70, Mrs. Jane Lloyd, who for many years carried on the con- fectionary business in this town. -=-===-=="==-=-===.- Printed by JOHN Cox, of No, 30, Pier Street, Aberyst- with, at the Office of him the said John Cox, 10, New Street; and Published by the said John Cox, at his Library, No. 30, Pier Street, Aberystwith aforesaid. Saturday September 19th, 1840.
we are happy to state that a handsome sum was subscribed for that purpose. (Shipping and Mer- cantile Gazette.) The Iron Trade.-An advance of 10s. per ton has been made on the price of Iron by the Staffordshire and Welsh houses. This alteration has, we under- stand, been caused by the sudden demand for rails for the railroads in America, the extension of lines in which country is proceeding with rapid strides. Orders for this species of manufactured iron have, during the past week, been given out to the Iron trade to the enormous weight of 35,000 tons; and it is anticipated, when this contract is completed, others will speedily follow, though probably not to the present extent. (Birmingham Advertiser.) Adult Baptism.-On Sunday afternoon last the important rite of baptism was administered to six persons, a youth and five young women, in the river, near the bridge by the Gas Works, in this town. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Roberts, and a very suitable address in English was delivered to the spectators, by the Rev. W. Evans. Baptist Missionary Society We understand that an anniversary meeting of the Aberystwith Baptist Missionary Society will be holden on Monday even- ing next, at which John Hughes, Esq. Mayor, is ex- pected to preside. A Queen's letter has been signed, ordering that collections be made in all the churches throughout England and Wales, in behalf of the National Society for promoting the Education of the Poor in the principles of the Established Church. Dr. Shuttleworth, the new Bishop of Chichester, was elected Warden of New College in 1822, and was Proctor in the year 1820. He gained the prize for the Latin poem (subject Byzantium) in 1803, the same year that Bishop Heber gained the English prize.