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I ANGLESEY. To be Let by Auction, At Cefnycwmmwd, in the parish of Llangristiolus, in the county of Anglesey, on Friday, the 27tk day of February, 1824, subject to conditions then produced- ALL THOSE FIELDS, situate lying and being- in the parish of Llangrisliolus afore-. said, in the said county, called and known by the r name of CAE'R CEFN, and containing by sta-' tute measure, 45 Acres, or thereabouts, of good Pasture Land., Also, all those FIELDS,situate ih the parish of Cerrigceinwen, in the said, county of Angle- sey, called CAE UCHA, and LLAINIAU SQUIRE HARVEY, andeontaining- by statute measure, 30 Acres, or thereabouts, of pasture Land. The above Fields will be let from the said 27th day of February, to the 13th day of vember next, and are most conveniently situated on the New Post Road leading; from Holy- head to Bangor Ferry, and within one mile and- a half of the town of Lli-igefiii, well worth the attention of Graziers; the land being of most excellent quality, and each Field well watered, and will be let either in Lots or together, as suits the convenience of the bidders at the time of letting. For further particulars, apply to Mr. WM. GRIFFITH WILLIAMS, on the Premises, or to M. G. B. ROOSE, Solicitor, Amlwch. -u_" St. David's Day. CYMDEITHAS FANGOR, MAWRTH 1, 1S24. YjV gymmain' a bod lorri fai, 'lladrad a Throsed'diadan eraill, wedi eu gwneu hur yin Mhlwyfydd Bangor, Llandegai, a Llanllechid, yn Sydd Gaernarvon, a-darfod i'r Troseddwr yn fynych ddiangc rhag cyfiawd Gospedigaeih, naill ai trwy ormod Tynervvch, nen o eisiaudigono arian i dd wyn y cyfryw ddrwg weil hredwyr i dder- bYll barn v (",y fidi. li. RHYBUDD YW HWN. Ein bod ni, Enwau y rhai sydd yn canlyn, Trig- olion y Plwyfydd uchod, ag eraill wedi ymrwymo i wneu'hur ein gorau (u agar ddwyn i'r Gosp a haeddanf bob gyfryw rai a wnelof nnrhyw Laorad ar ein Heiddo, neu a fyddom yn euog o'rTrosedd- iadau a enwir yma. Ac fel y gwnelem hyn yn well, durfu i ni gytiuno, i roddi y cyiryw Wobrau ac a bennodir rhagllaw, i unrhyw un a ddalio, neu a fyddo yn achos o ddal ac o gospi dynion euog o r a fyddo yn achos o ddal ac o gospi dynxon euog o r Troseddiadau sydd yn canlyn. < £ S» D» A m dorri Tv. Am yspeilio arben ffordd j* Am ladratta Ceffyl neu Gasseg.* • •• • • 41 u, Amladraiia neu Anafu, Buwch, Ho, Dafad, neu anifail arall 0 10 6 Am dorri Coed, Cahghenau, a Planhi- gion Coed byw, lfiewn Cloddia ar falh Droseddiadau. Am la ratta neu wneuthur Niwaid i Fenn, Trol, Aradr neu unrhyw =er Q 1() g hwsmonaeth arall. *.i" V n m A Am ladratia Mochyn, neu Aderyn dof, 0 10 6 Am dorri Perllan neu Ardd 0 10 6 Am ladratia Yd, Grawn Gwellt, lieu Wair JTI tyfu neu wedi eu casglu ,y'ii,hyd, Potatws, new Falp 010 6 Am dorri neu ladraita Llidiart, Cled- I Am dorri neu ladraita Llidxai ren, Post, neu unrhyw wai(h Haiarn Q Q vn nerthvn iddo i" Ac am unrhyw drosedd neu laaraa na pnennou- wyd o'r blaen, y falh wobr ag a dybio y rhan fwvaf o aclodau'r Cxymdei ,has yn gymmwys ei BANGOR PARISH. Riaht Rev. Lord Bishop of Bangor, G If DawMns Pennant, Jhsq. Rev. the Dean of Bangor, M'r. Thomas Ellis, AIr. Cotton, lHr. Homer, Ijr. ligijin, Mr. R- Williams, Mr. Price, Mr. Ellis Roberts, Thomas Jones, Esq. Bryntirion, R, R. Mealey, Esq. Doctor Mason W. P. Poole,Esq. John Price, Esq. Admiral Crawly, Benjamin Hewitt, Esq. Mr. Jackson, Captain Taylor, G. F. Barlow, Esq. Doctor Pring, Thomas Jones, BAg. Cromlech, John Hughes, Esq. Dep. Reg, All-. Roberts, Surgeon, Mr. John Williams, Pantrhudderch, Mr. Broster, North Wales Gazette, Mr. Rasbrook, Air. Williams, Castle Inn, Mr. Edward Parry, Treborth, Mr. R. M. Griffith, Grocer. LLANDEGAI. James Wyatt, Esq. Lime Grove, James Greenfield, Esq. Brynderwen, Samuel Worthington, Esq. Mr. R. Thomas, Abercegin. ABER. Rev. Mr. Reynolds, E. G. Roberts, Esq. The MEMBERS are reques'ed to meet at Mr. JACKSON'S, Bangor Ferry, on MON- DAY, the FIRST day of MARCH next.—Din- ner at Three o'Clock. (&° ABSENTEES PAY 5s. EACH. j "ø.¡; LA .L"a. i.1t. :o..7&'¡ 9 David's Day. fnHE ANNIVERSARY of ST. DAVID [ wilt oe celebrated at the BULL'S HEAD IIN, Beaumaris, on MONDAY, the First Day oMarch next. Dinner on the Table at 4. o'clock. K G. PANTON, Esq. President. .f: WILLIAMS, Esq. Vice-President. A To be Sold by Auction, AHhe (olden Fleece Tavern, in the Town of Tre- in the county of Carnarvon, on Tuesday, he Qii day of Jltti-eh, 1824, betweed the hours of aid four o'clock in the afternoon, subject to nich auditions as shall be then produced— AL1 THAT STRONG-BUILT SLOOP CALLED ffIE LIVER, OF PWLLHELI, BU1THEN per Register, 60 33-94 Tons, arl is well calculated for the Coasting or Irish Tfede. The -essel lies now at Traethmawr, and will be put sea at a very trifling expence, all her Materias being in very good order. For srther particulars, apply to the Master, on boaii, or to Mr. liLLIS WILLIAMS, Maent- wrog, lerionethshire. St. David's Day. TIE ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL of tb Most Honourable and Loyal SOCIE- TY IF ANCIENT BRITONS.—WELSH SCHCOL, GRVY'S INN-ROAO, London, insti- tuted ill the year 1714, for EDUCATING, CLOTHING, and wholly MAINTAINING POOt CHILDREN bom of Welsh Parents, not e-titlc-d to Parochial Settlements in or near Londn. PATRON, Hs Most Gracious MAJESTY the KING. PRESIDENT, SirVATKINWILLIAMS WYNN, Bart.M.P. VICE-PRESIDENTS, ThiRijrht Hon. the Earl of POWIS. Thi Right Hon. the Earl of ASHBURNHAM. Th Right Hon. Earl GROSVENOR. Grace the Duke of BEAUFORT, K. G. Tk Most Noble the Marquis of ANGLESEY, K., C B Tie Right Hon. Lord DYNEVOR. Tie Right Hon. the Earl of PEMBROKE, K. G. The Most Noble the Marquis CAMDEN, K. G. lis Grace the Duke of RUTLAND, K. G. fir THOMAS MOSTYN, Bart. M. P. The Right Hon. Lord BAGOT. The Right Hon. Earl of BRADFORD. Che Right Hon. Lord KENYON. rhe Right Hon. Lord KENSINGTON. Sir CHARLES MORGAN, Bart. M. P. The Right Hon. Lord Viscount CLIVE, M. P. The Right Hon. the Earl of OXFORD. The Most Noble the Marquis of DOWNSHIRE His Grace the Duke of NORTHUMBERLAND The Right Hon. the Earl of PLYMOUTH. The Most Noble the Marquis of WORCESTER The Right Hon. the Earl of JERSEY. The Right Hon. Lord Viscount BELGRAVE. The Most Noble the Marquis of BUTE. His Royal Highness Prince LEOPOLD. His Grace the Duke of WELLINGTON. The Right Hon. C. W. WILLIAMS WYNN, M. P. TREASURER, The Right Hon. Lord KENYON. VICE-TREASURERS, DAVID F. JONES, and WILLIAM HANMER, Esqrs- The Nobility and Gentry disposed to support this Institution, are requested to assemble at the WELSH CHARITY SCHOOL HOUSE on ST. DA- VID'S DAY, Monday, the 1st of March, 1824, at one o'clock in the afternoon precisely, to meet the President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurers, Stewards and other Members of the Society of Ancient Britons, for the purpose of celebrating the HUNDRED and TENTH ANNIVERSA- RY of this INSTITUTION. The Service will be at ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, Hanover-square, where prayers will be read in the Ancient British Language, by the Rev., THOMAS ALBAN, Vicar of Llandrillo, Denbigh- shire. and Chaplain to this Society; and a SER- MON will be preached in English by the Right Rev. Father in God, GEOIXGE HENRY, Lord Bi- shop of Chester The Society will afterwards proceed to the Freemasons' Hall, to DINNER. PRESIDENT OF THE DAY, The Right Hon. the Earl of BRECKNOCK. V ICE- PRESIDENTS, Sir James Willoughby I Thomas A. Smith, Esq. Gordon, Bart.K.C.B. Thomas Farrar, Esq. Colonel of the Royal George J emler, Esq. Welsh Fusileers. I John Jones, Esq. Colonel Wood, M. P. I. Lloyd Williams,Esq. W.J.Banks, Esq.M.P. Edwd. Williams, Esq. S. J. Lloyd, Esq.M.P. Thomas Jones, Esq. STEWARDS. Messrs. J. J. Allen. Messrs. Rt. Slocombe. James Davies. Wm. Turner. B. Denham. E. Williams. Thos. Jenkins. Rev. JohnWil- H. Rowland. liams. ¡ William Sims. JOHN BENNETT, SECRETARY. Tickets 28s. each, to be had of the Stewards at the Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen-street, Lincoln's Inn-fields the Cock Tavern, behind the Royal Exchange and of the Secretary, at the School House, Gray's Inn-road. No Collection after Dinner. Albion Hotel, BANGOR. r ■ VTE under-raen!ioned Royal Mails and Post 1 Conches, arrive at, and depart from, the above HOTEL, daily. Royal Mail to Spencer's Royal Hotel, Holyhead, every Morning at 1 o'clock. Royal Mail to Spencer's Royal Hotel, Holyhead, every Morning at 3 o'clock. 6 Holyhead, every Morning at 3 o'clock. Royal Mail to Pwllheli, I Every Morning at 6 o'clock, through Carnarvon and Clynnog, and arrives a' the Crown and An- chor Inn, Pwllheli, at 11 o'clock, and returns 'he same Evening in lime for ihe Chester and Lon- don Mail. Royal Oxonian Express Post Coach to London, Every Morning at 7 o'clock, through Capel Cu- rig, Corwen, Llangollen, Chirk, Oswestry, and arrives at the Lion Inn, Salop, by 8 the same Evening, where it remains two hours, and then proceeds on to London, by way of Wolverhamp- ton, Birmingham, Oxford, and arrives at the Bull and Mouth, Bull and Mouth Street, London, by S o'clock the following Evening this is the most Expeditious Travelling between Holyhead and London. By this Coach it is optional with the Passenger to sleep at Shrewsbury, and pro- ceed on the next Morning bv the UNION POST COACH. The Pilot Post Coach Leaves the Goat Inn, Carnarvon, every Morning- tor the above Hotel, and returns in the Evening. Marquis oj Anglesey Post Coach to llolyhead, Every Evening as four o'clock, and arrives at SPENCER'S ROYAL HOTEL at 8 o'clock the same Evening. The Aurora Post Coach to Chester, Lg"- verpool, and Manchester, Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at nine o'clock, through Conway, Abergele, St. Asaph, and Ilolyweli, and arrives at the Feathers Inn, Chester, by S o'clock the same Evening. The Aurora Post Coach to flolyhead. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Even- ings at 4 o'clock, through Llangefni, Gwyndu, and Bodedern, and arrives at SPENCER'S ROYAL HOTEL, Holyhead, at 8 o'clock the same Evening. Royal Mail to Chester, Liverpool, and Manchester, Every Evening at 7 o'clock, through Conway, Abergele, St. Asaph, Holywell, and arrives at the Feathers Inn, Chester, the following Morn- ing at 4 o'clock. Coaches leave this Inn daily, to all parfs of the Kingdom. Royal Mail to London, Every Evening at 11 o'clock, through Salop, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Coventry, St. Al- ban's and arrives at the Swan with two necks, Lad Lane, London, direct in 80 hours. Fly Van to London. Everv Monday and Thursday Mornings, at seven o'clock, through Salop, Wolverhampton, Bir- mingham, Coventry, and arrives at the Casile and Falcon, Aldersgaie Street, London, in 3 days.

From " THE BOOK OF THE CHURCH."