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MISS COOPER'S Boarding School for Young Ladies, BHOKE upon the I9'h instant, andRe- opens on the 19th of Jtry. B,)ar(i le I'S IS., per annum. French, Music, Drawing and Danc- in, on the usual terms. Three Months notice will he required prior to any Young Lady leaving the School. St. Asaph June 22, 1813. Aberdaron, (:. Inclosure. I The Undersigned Commissioner, appoint- q ed in and by an Act, of Parliament, made & missed in the fifty-ftist year of the reign of his present Majesty, entitled," -111 Act for Inclos- ing Lands in the parish of Aberdaron, and other parishes, ill the county of Carnarvon DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, That for the purpose of defraying the expenees of carrying the said Act into I shall cause several Lots or Portions of the said Com- 1 mon, called Morfa Mavvr, ii> the several parishes of Denio and Penrhos, to he Sold by Auction, on Weiii)e,I;iy, flit- -first (lay of jtlfy next, at the Crown and An <hor, in the town of Pwll- heli, between the hours of 3 and 5 in the after- noon, subject to conditions of sale. Particulars of the several Lots may be had of me the said Commissioner, or at ilieofriceor Mr. /torn Hïiffith. Sotieiior, Pwllheli. AND I DO HEREBY GIVR FURTHER NOTICE, That I shall on the same day, at Jg o'clock at I noon, submit the plans of an intended Embank- ment, over and across Pwllheli River,-at or near Penrhydlyniog—and in order that the same Ia) I be taken into consideration, each and every Pro pricror are requested to attend precisely at. the time appoinkd. RICHARD ELLIS, Commissioner. Pwill: eli, 19th June, 1813, TO THE Officers, Non-commissioned Of jicers, and Prival OF THE ROYALCARNARVONSHlRE REGIMENT OF LOCAL MILITIA. WE. the OFFICERS of the Corporation, V V Burgesses, and other Inhabitants of the Town of Carnarvon, beg have to offer our senti- ments of respect towards the Regiment of Local Militia, now assembled in Carnarvon, whose pe riod of present service is about to expire. We contemplated with great satisfaction, the steady conduct, and orderly demeanor of the whole regiment, in the field, and at their quar- ters, and we looked forward to the day of inspec- tion with some degree of anxiety, but with none of diffidence The masure or our gratification was full, hy the intelligence of the very favorable opinion ex pressed hy the reviewing General; and it is no less our inclination than our duty, to offer you our hearty congratulations on such a report. With these impressions we cannot forbear from declaring, that whenever the service of your Country shall call upon you for a repetition of a similar duty, itie towu of Carnarvon will hail your return with unbounded satisfaction. Sealed, with the Corporation Seal, at the re- quest. of a meeting held at the Guildhall, at Car- narvon, on the twenty-first day 01 June, 1813, when the Recorder was requested to present the same to the Commanding Officer of the Regi- ment. —— THE OFFICERS OF TIIE CARNARVON- SHIRE REGIMENT of LOCAL MILITIA. Be leave to return their sincere thanlb to the Officers of the Corporation, Burgesses, and other Inhabitants of the town of Carnarvon, for the very handsome and flattering address they have sent to the Commanding Officer of the regiment, expressing their approbation of the soldierlike and orderly conduct of tile regiment since it has been on duty here. The Officers of the Regiment have desired Lieut.-Colonel Smith, to return their thanks to the Burgesses, and other Inhabitants orthe town for this signal mark of their approbation. T. A. SMITH, Lieut.-Col. Commandant C. L. M. Carnarvon, J.. ne '22, 1813. To O.A. Poole, Esq. Iteeoruer of the Borough of Carnarvon. JIt!ara¡ml="QO.a.J.,i..e:¡_i¡"-

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