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S:I ,ÆT E, the Undersigned, having taken into WE, the Undersigned, having taken into VV consideration the great inconvenience that exists in tie it, wn of Carnarvon, from the \VHlt of a Commercial and Marine School, do hereby request the attendance of the Inhabitants (if the Town at a Meeting, to he held attheGuiid Hall, on Monday the 9th day of January next, at • 12 o'clock at noon, for the purpose of taking into | consideration the most eligible mode of carrying so desirable an object into effect. (Signed) R. GARNONS T.JONES, Bryntirioa G. A. POOLE J. EVANS K. FtOBbRTS i .T. HASL&M ••! ZAC. JON ES, I ]I. JO-,iEs "• OWEN JONES J>. P. EVANS- IIANL I,, It Varnarvcn, Bsc. 23, 1814. OR SHEEP, CALVES, LAMBS, & OTHER CA TTLE. Under the Patronage of the Itight lion. Earl Winchelsea, Right Hon. Lord Somerville, John Blaekburne, Esq. M. P. jiiid other distinguished Members of the Board of Agriculture, HUGHES'S PICKS CORDIAL, a certain Cure for the Scouring Complaint of Sheep, Calves, Lambs, and other Cattle a valuable fle- storative Cordial for Eres afier Lambing, and an infallible Preventive Gf the Mortification of any Animal after parturition. It is a well establish- ed fact, that the Cattle to which Hughes's Cor- dial is administered, thrive and fEtteB much soon- er than others. SoleI wholesale by Mr. Tlughes, 23, St. Paul's Church-yard. London and retail by every Vender of Patent Medicines in the United Kingdom, J>rice 2s, 9d. J Hl TWO Last, Prices-:>f =/?39,000, THE FWO Last Pries of £ 20,000, THE Last Prize of £10,000, AND THE Last Prize of = £ 3,000, Ever drawn, were all shared and sold by B I SIt 4, Cornhill, and 9. Charing Cross, London and the undermentioned Agents, who are now selling Tickets and Shares for the New Year's Lottery, vhich commences 18tlt This Jlfontll. The Scheme contains Two Prizes of X20,000, Two of Z.10,600, tfiid 46 other Capitals. R. Taylor, Music Warehouse, Chester. T. Eaye, Bookseller, Liverpool. Jl. Parker, Bookseller, IV hitchnrvh. J. Dawson* Dookscller, StocJcport. jf SanHford, Bookseller, Shrewsbury. Mrs. Oakey, Library, Swansea. fV. Roohseller, Aberystwilh. Tickets, Shares and 9cllelrts to be had of the above Agents. LATELY PUBLISHED, THE ROYAL ALMANACK, Price Is. 7 <1. in a sheet, or 1 s. 9d. neatly done up in Marble Paper. THEah0ve ALMAN ACK is particularly cal- culated for North. Wales and Cheshire, and besides the usual matter in other Almanacks, contains the time of sailing of the EiSesmere Canal Packet, for Liverpool, for every day in the year, &c. by J. BROSTER, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND BOOK- BINDER, EXCHANGE, CHESTER, Who returns his sincere and gmtefnl thanks to his friends end customers, for the distinguished lavors conferred, and respectfully solicits" it fur- ther continuance, which he will endeavour to deserve, by always procuring the very best arti- cles, of the newest taste, and on the lowest terms, and by being punctual in the execution of all orders, wholesale arid retail. lie has now on sale, a large and fashionable as- sortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's annual POCKET BOOKS, atlasses, REPOSITORIES, SOUVENIRS, TABLETS, COURT KALKNDARS, ALMANACKS, &c. &c. FOR THE YEAR 1815. BnoMinding, in thejii-st style of Elegance. Magazines, and all other Periodical Works, as soon as published. rAtlät5 FIRE AND LIFE Stsrar site* (EOMP&NI OF LONDON. -==..Q PERSONS who have assured al this Office are requested to take notice, that Policies expiring at Christmas next, should be renewed at that period, or within fifteen days thereafter. Renewal Receipts are now ready for delivery in the hands of the several Agents, who are em- W,WPred to effect new Assurances conformably to .'be printed proposals of IMe C™ HENRY DESBOROUGII, Jan. Secretary. CJhenpside. London, Dec.. 18, 1814. AGENTS. Batigor, Mr. Rasbrook. Beaumaris, Mr. Jones. Cai*u,,Irvon li,l r. Roberts. f r, arm near Abergele,Mr. Oldficld. Pwllheli, Mr. Ellis. Llanrwst, Mr. Griffiths. Ruthin, Mr. Jones, Oswestry, Mr. Edwards. Bala, Mr. Anwyl, Cefnfaes near Maentwrog Mr. Lloyd. WcishpooI, .Mr.Binger. The Directors are desirous of establishing Agents for the Company in those Towns where appointments have not already been made. Ap- plications, accompanied with references, addres- sed to the Secretary, CA RNA R VO N SHIRE. COURT OF LIEUTENANCY. I A General Meeting is appointed to be held 4 General Meeting is appointed to be held at the Grand Jury Room, in the town of Carnarvon, on Monday the 9th day of January Carnarvon, on Monday the 9th day of January next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, for the pur- I pose of supplying vacancies hi the Local Militia. f By Order, O. A. POOLE, Clerk of the General Meetings. GorpTiwysfa, Dec. 23, 1814. M. LEWIS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND PER- FUMER, BEGS leave to inform the NobiiiH-, Gen- try, and the Public, that she is now w. Lon- selecting an assortment of Goods, n-ith the I iqtcatiaii of immediately commencing business at BANGOR. Orders for Periodical and other Publications, (Music included) will be thankfully received, and procured twice a month, direct from London, and at the London retail prices. A choice assortment of Hanging Paper will be constantly kept, and applications for patterns from any distance will meet due attention. 44, Paternoster ROil), London. 20th Dee. 1814. British Fire Office. FOR. the Insurance of Buildings, Furniture, Merchandize, Ships, Vessels, and all other I Property, against Loss or Damage by FIRE. Insurances for short Periods, or for several Years together, may he effected at this Office upon the most equitable Terms. Policies will not be charged for Sums of 3001. or upwards, nor to persons increasing their pre- sent Insurances. The. whole STOCK of a FARM will be insur- ed witiiout Specification, at the Reduced Premi- um of 2s. per Cent. Receipts for the Renewal of Policies expiring at -Christmas-day, may be J¡a at the principal Offsets in the Strand and Cornhill, London, and of their Agents in the Country, who will receive Proposals for new Insurances. ROBERT SKELTON, Secretary. CARNARVONSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, (,Iizd Possessi.)n givcn) ALL that modern-built Messuage or Dwel- ling House, with the Appurtenances there- unto belonging, situate in ili-gh-streef, in the town of Carnarvon, late, in the occHp&tion of Mr. Richard Williams, Solicitor. These Premises consist of two parlours, two kitchens, a large dining-room, five excellent bed. rooms, with suitable attics two large cellars, a yard, containing a two-stall stable, and a large brewhouse, with convenient rooms over them. Also, that other modern-built Messuage or Dwelling House, adjoining the above premises, with the Appurtenances, late in the tenure of Mr. Toleman, watchmaker. l' These Premises comprise two parlours, a large dining-room, -i>ve compact bed-rooms, with con- venient garrets over them; two kitchens, two cellars, a large1 fcrewhouse and pantry, with a good room over them in the yard, belonging to these premises. Both the above Dwelling-houses are well adapt- ed for private families; or for persons in bnsi- ness., on account of their contiguity to the mar- ket place. For further particulars apply (if by letter, post paid) to Mr. H. ft. Wim.iams, Solicitor, Car- narvon, who will appoint a person to shew the premises. CARNARVONSHIRE.—NORTH WALES. TO BE LET, And ENTERED UPON immediatei/vi, THAT capital Inn, called the Hotei-, or the 31, TJxbridge Arms, most conveniently and delightfully situated at the entrance of the town of Carnarvon, on the road leading from the city of liangor, now in the holding of Mr. Wakensau, who is about to retire from public business. It consists on the first floor, of a large par- lour, and three others, of suitable and convenient dimensions; a spacious kitchen, and otlic. cfrices adjoining; together with a good sized bar, most judiciously placed so as to overlook the kitchen, the entrances to the house, and to the different parlours, as well as the whole of the court-yard, to which a bay-window is introduced. I On the first floor is a large room, which conve- niently accommodates a dinner party of eighty, and which by means of partitions and folding doors, forms two excellent drawing rooms, each commanding a beautiful view of the Menai aud the Island of Anglesea. There are, besides, on iiie floor, as well as in the attic story, a suitable number of exceeding good bed-rooms; and the cellars under ground are exteusive and commo- I dious. In the rear of the house, and contiguous there- to, is a spacious court yard, comprising a very large coach-house, with a room of equal size above; several stables,cow houses, larder, dairy, laundry servants bed rooms, malt house, brew house, and a variety of other offices, all arranged with great judgment; and within a few yards of the house, is a large walled garden, with a siiialler adjoining. The tenant may be accommodated with any quantity of land, within a convenient distance, not exceeding 190 acres. There being an excellent market at Carnarvon, the House may receive a constant supply of every necessary article, especially fish of the best sorts. Independent of the regular travelling to Car- narvon, and the several public meetings held there within the course of the year, the very general re- sort to that town in the summer season, affords a source of considerable emolument to the Inn- keeper. And all circumstances taken into consi- deration, there can hardly be a doubt but that a person well conversant in the business, may, by becoming tenant of the Hotel at Carnarvon, serve himself and the public, with very greatadvanfage to both, especially at this time when there hap- pens to be a good opening. The tenant may be accommodated with all the valuable household furniture, plate, linen, china, horses and carriages, and also with the crops and produce of the land, at a valuation. And further particulars may be had by apply- ing to Thomas Jones, Esq Bryrttirion, near Baugor; Mr. John Williams, at Plasuewydd, Anglesea or to Messrs. Poole, Attorneys at Carnarvon; or at their Qffiçe fit Pencraig, in Anglesea-