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-Faottonalile JBofcementg. ARRIVALS. At the Belle Vue Royal Tiotel.-The Earl and Countess of Powis, and Lady Lucy and Lady Char- lotte Herbert; The Rev. D. Murray and family; Mr. and Miss Vere Ward; Mr. John Taylor Mr. John Taylor, junior; Mr. R. D. Jones Mr. Joseph Jones; Mr. Holland; Mr. Oldfield; Mr. Bruce; Mr. and Mrs. Ridgway Wallruches; Mrs. Atterbury; Miss Lucas. At the Gogerddan Arms Hotel.-Mr. Rogers and family; Mr. J. Battye; Mr. Pugh; Mr. Pemberton; Mr. Acherton; Mr. and Miss Nicholls; Mr. H. Jones; Mr. J. Palmer; Mr. E. Daniell; Mrs. Captain Amlot and Son; Mr. Thomas; Mr. J. Legg; Mr. J. and Miss Bosley; Mr. Woollett; Mr. W. Urwick, &c. &c. At Private Residences.-Mr. C. R. Coxwell, The Rev. W. R. Coxwell, and The Rev. J. Trye, at 57, Terrace; The Rev. Mr. Hopper, from Cheltenham; DEPARTURES. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kemp, Mrs. Marsh, and Miss Moody, from No. 45, Marine Terrace, for Cheltenham.; S. Duncomb Esq., Mrs. York, Mr. Thomas Jun., and Miss Thomas for Wolverhampton Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stephens, for Dany Park.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We beg to remind our Correspondents and ad- vertising friends that their favors should be sent to the Mirror-office, by Thursday at latest. Orders will be received in LONDON by MESSRS. NEWTON AND Co., 5, Warwick Square, Newgate Street; MR. R. BARKER, 33, Fleet Street; MR. REYNELL, 42, Chancery Lane; MR. H. HUGHES, Bookseller, St. Martins le Grand; MR. DANIEL WILLIAMS, Bookseller, Holywell Street, Strand. Also at BRISTOL, by MR. GEORGE MAGGS, 12, Christmas Street. Our Advertising friends are referred to the under-mentioned scale for Advertisements. Orders for the paper, per post, will be promptly attended to. We have received a letter signed Yale," dated September 24th, and we beg to thank our correspondent for his suggestions which will receive the best consideration our limited space will permit us to give.
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ABERYSTWITH TABLE OF DISTANCES.
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 15! Machynlleth 18 Lampeter 2i Plinlimmon 16 Lampeter, by Aberayron 29 Rhayader, by Devil's^ Llanidloes, by Devil's-i Bridge J Bridge j Rhayader, by new road 32 l,lanidloes, by new road 28 Towyn, across the Dovey 15 by Ross. 210 Tregaron 18
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF…
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF THE MAILS Arrives at Departs Aberystwith Aberystwith The London Mail, via Shrewsbury 6,1, p. m. 8 a. m- The Cheltenham Mail, via Hereford 8 p. m. 6 a.m. The Carmarthen & South Wales 4| 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 INFIRMARY. Patients admitted for the weekending 30th day of Sep. 1840. Out Patients 1 Discharged In 3 In Patients 1 Out 6 Total on the Books 38 Out Patients 35 In Patients 3 Visitor for the week, James Davies, Esq. Dr. Richard Williams, Physician, John Philipps Esq. Surgeon. H. Humphreys (Chemist) Secretary, and Dispenser.
TIDE TABLE. MOON'S AGE.-First quarter 3rd day, 5h. 38m. afternoon. High Water at Aberystwith in the ensuing week. H. M. H. M. Saturday, Oct. 3rd 1. 30.1 Tuesday, Oct. 6th 3.45. Sunday, Oct. 4th 2. 15. Wednesday Oct. 7th 4. 30. Monday, Oct. 5th 3. 0. Thursday, Oct. 8th 5. 15. H. M. Friday, Oct. 9th 6. 0.
Sfjtpptng Intelligence. ABERYSTWITH.—Arrived, The Eleanor, Davies, from Carnarvon, with Slates; Albion, Jones; Eagle, Jones; and George, Griffiths, from Newport, with Coal; Ann and Mary, Williams, from the Isle of Man, with Herrings; Neptune, Phillips; and Bee, Owens, from Milford, with Lime Stones. Sailed, The Mermaid, Edwards; Diligence, Davies; and Honora, Davies, for Flint, with Lead Ore; Pilot, Tho- mas, for Liverpool, with Sundries Gomer, Jones, for Port- madoc, in Lime Stone ballast; and Fanny and Betty, Lewis, for Pembrey, in ballast.
SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1840.
SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1840. THE improvements, as well as the attrac- tions of Aberystwith, being at all times of paramount importance to any minor consider- ations of a local nature, we naturally feel increased pleasure at witnessing either the progression of the one or the increase of the other. When we last spoke of the projected establishment of a Steam Packet station at this port, we alluded to the improvements in pro- gress in our Harbour; and we are indeed happy to be able now to report of them in a more satisfactory manner than the short space of time which has elapsed since their com- mencement, would have justified any, the most sanguine, in anticipating. In the past week we have been highly pleased at seeing no less than five vessels, three schooners, and two sloops, lying, at one time, alongside the Wharf belonging to the Coal Company, all loaded, one of them with coals for the company, and the other with an eighty-horse steam engine for the Lisburne Mines. We were also much gratified at finding that, in a few tides, they had all discharged their cargoes and left: thus proving the beneficial effects to Owners of Vessels as well as the Public, arising from having a landing wharf, by which the pro- cess of unloading continues uninterruptedly, throughout the day, instead of being confined, under the old system, to unload by means of carts during the few hours of low water and even that being impracticable at periods when there were any freshes in the river. We doubt not that when the deepening of the dock is completed, which from present appearances we may expect will be the case in a very short time, unless the weather should interpose a barrier, we shall have the gratification of seeing that the Traders from Liverpool and Bristol avail themselves of this advantageous plan of dispatching with safety, as well as with econo- my, their several cargoes. Hitherto, also, in addition to the loss of time and the expences which Owners of Vessels have had to submit to, by the delay in the unloading except at the times we have mentioned, persons in the country, as well as tradesmen in the town, have suffered in a pecuniary way by such delay; as it has been not an unfrequent occurrence that gentlemen in the neighbourhood having goods on board of vessels arrived in the Harbour, after a long voyage, have sent their waggons, &c. to Aber- ystwith, in the hopes of at once receiving their goods, when they have had to experience either the mortification of seeing their wag- gons return home empty, or remaining in the town at a great expence until the freshes had subsided. Merchants in the Town, too, having goods for the season, on board, for which there had been a daily demand, have also, after. per- haps having promised to supply such goods immediately on the vessels' arriving in the Harbour, had to incur the loss, as well as the disappointment and displeasure attendant upon the protracted delay in their delivery. Now, or at all events after the completion of the im- provements of the dock, there can be no valid occasion for a repetition of these contingencies, as any weight of cargo can then be shipped or unshipped at any period while lying alongside the wharf. Indeed, on passing a few days ago, we were as much surprised as gratified to find that a large Casting of no less weight than SEVEN TONS AND UPWARDS, in one piece, and also others of four tons each, had been un- shipped at the Wharf in a very few hours; so that the Traders we have mentioned, will not, we think, have any reason to doubt the efficiency of the means supplied for the greater dispatch of business. We were also glad to see that another transporting buoy, in addition to the one we noticed some weeks ago, has been laid down to the southward of the entrance of the harbour, in four fathoms low water in spring