Belle 17lie Uonal jlqotrt, ABERYSTWITH. CHARLES MARSHALL, BEGS respectfully to inform his Friends, and those Noblemen and Gentlemen who have so kindly bestowed their patronage on him during the present season, that he has fixed his HOUSE-WARMING DINNER TO TAKE PLACE On THURSDA Y, the 22nd of OCTOBER next, when the honour of their company will be esteemed « favour. Dinner on the Table at Four o'Clock. Dinner Tickets, including Wine and Dessert, fl 1 0 each. NEW f«!ED!CAL NEWSPAPER. Now Publishing every Weelc, fPHE MEDICAL TIMES, containing all the Medica X News—Valuable Lectures now in course of delivery' (including those of Lawrence, Bransby Cooper, Guthrie, Carmichael, Brodie, Valpeau, &e.)—Original, Scientific Papei-s-Hospital Repol-ts-Medical Portraits of the most celebrated living Professional Characters—Scenes and Stories of Hospital Management—Critiques on the Coroner—Caustic Commentaries on passing events—Reviews of New Works —All the best Papers from the German, French and Italian Journals-Provincial Ititelligeiiee-Scieiitific Societies- Notes, Notices, Promotions and appointments, & c.&c. STAMPED EDITION OF THE MEDICAL TIMES. WE have much pleasure in announcing to our Supporters that our STAMPED EDITION is now ready. The Stamped Copies will be charged the price of the Stamp extra, and thus for fourpence the Journal may be sent to any part of he Kingdom, the Colonies, and France, POST-FREE, The ordinary edition will continue as before, Price THREE- PENCE. The Stamped Copies may be ordered of any Bookseller or Newsman, or may be obtained direct from the Office, by forwarding the Subscription in advance. FOR A YEAR 18 4 HALF-YEAR 8 8 QUARTER 4 4 A Half-Sovereign (which may be sent for a single postage) will be Thirty Weeks' Subscription, or any Gentleman wishing to be supplied, may deposit in the nearest post office the amount of Subscription for what period he thinks proper, and ask of tbe Postmaster an order on the London Post Office in favour of the Proprietors of the Medical Times.' This order will cost sixpence, which may be de- ducted from all Subscriptions of six months and upwards. It will he furnished upon a sheet of letter paper, in which the Subscriber can write his name, address, and post-town. He has then only to fold it into the form of a letter, direct it Medical Times, 10, Wellington Street North, Strand, London," and return it into the hands of the Postmaster. The order will he complied with by return of post. Orders, Communications, and Books for Review, to be sent, post free, to the OFFICE, Wellington Street North, Strand, London. ABERYSTWITH. Ti (o) Illirn 3LH5Pa rumvrsHBs, No. 28, on the Marine Terrace. Apply to Mr. John Cole, Chemist; or at Mr. Cranston's or Mr. Cox's Libraries. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN SOME OF THE BEST SITUATIONS fit fbe STotou of Etoysttoitij. MR. ABRAHAM JONES, Begs to announce that he has been instructed by the Propri- etors to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the SKINNERS' ARMS INN, in the said TOWN OF ABERYSTWITH, On Monday, 16th of November, 1840, between the hours of 5 and 6 in the Evening, (Subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced), all that commodious FREEHOLD LODGING HOUE, known as No. 4, On the Marine Terrace, and containing a Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantry, Closets, &c., on the Ground floor, a large Drawing-room, and Sitting-room on the iirst floor, and six very excellent Bed-rooms above with coal-cellars, a good Garden &c., at the baele-Also, a capital FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE & SHOP known as No. 13, Pier Street, most advantageously situated for carrying on business, in one of the principal thoroughfares in the town, viz., the lower end of Pier Street, leading to the Marine Terrace. This house is now in the occupation of Mr. William Evans, Boot and Shoe maker, and contains a good roomy Shop, (with bay window) capable of considerable enlargement, and a Parlour and Kitchen on the ground floor; a Drawing- room and Bed-room on the first floor aud five good Bed- rooms above, besides Closets, Pantries, a good Cellar, and other conveniences. This house has always been successful as a Lodging-house. And also an undivided one-fourth part of a FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, at the back of Pier Street. P3"F°r further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, No. 30, iliai-in e Terrace, and also to Messrs. Parry and Atwood, Solicitors, who are authorized to treat for the Sale by Private Contract, of which, if effected, due notice will be given.
L. ALMAN, MUSICAL MSTllIJSIMIfT MANUFACTURER, No. 34, High Street, Bristol, RESPECTFULLY solicits attention to his following list of prices, every Article of which is warranted of the very beet make, perfect in tone and materials and will be exchanged, free of expence if not approved of, after trial. £ s. 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 -1150 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, Trumpt't, with 5 ditto 4 10 0 8 Key'd B & C Claiionets, 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 1 15 0 6 ditto » 1100 4 ditto I 4 0 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 Purfled 3 3 0 Violin, ditto ditto 0 12 0 Double Bass 12 12 0 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.
jffarcttpt InttcUigenre. WITH very great reluctance we last week entered at considerable length, considering our very circumscribed colums, into the state of Foreign affairs, but we felt it necessary to al- lude, in as precise a manner as we could, to passing occurrences, to which, however, from their lengthened detail, as related in the Lon- don and Paris newspapers, more space was al- lotted than we wished to see so occupied. Again this week we have to recur to the all- engrossing subject, partly for the purpose of saying that we believe that which we last week p-Liblis e" received by a French telegr