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ANGLESEY CLTTLE, To be Sold by Auction, In Tuesday, the 16th of March, 1824, at Treffos, A Tll V(,aroldBULL,andseveralCOWS, A iTSa^lCALVES, of the true old An- glesey breed. Stable Servant Wanted. WANTED, A M VN to look after Horses, drive a Car- riao-e, and assist in any other work he may NoirSdVppiv, whose character will not bear e strictest enquiry, particularly sobriety and Apply to Mr. R. LEWIS, Castle-street,.Beau- ,ris. ■PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause wherein the V»AVTD HUGHES, since deceased, and re, are Plaintiffs, and ANNE SOBIESKI NNE, Widow, since deceased, and others Defendants. •ie simple contract creditors wdo have not al- proved their debts of ROBERT WAT- WYNNE, late of Plasnewydd, in the tv of -Denbigh, Esq. (who died on the 6tli :h [800) are forthwith to come in and prove debts before Francis Paul Stratford, Esq. •f the Masters of the said Court, ayus Chain- in Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, w, or in default thereof, they will be ex- d the benefit of the said Decree. RICHARDS, CLARKE, &-NARES, Chapel-street, Bedford Row. .1
BIRTHS. vidav week, in Chester, the Lady of Ma- .eral Beckwith, of a son and heir. undav. at Dolben, in the county of Den- Ie residence of Col. Murray Macgregor, it Hon. T,tdy Charlotte Murray Macgre- I daughter. MARRIAGES. week, Peter Henry, eldest son of Peter Esq. of this City, to Fanny, second r of Richard John Brassey, Esq. of ll- ,v last Mr. Thomas Owen, of Llajisad- Ann, only daughter ofWatkin Owen, of by th. Rev. W. Willi.™ .oM-isIi, Mr. Griffith Humphrey Gnf- to Miss Davie*. of aid grand daughter of the late Mrs. Harris, rufryn, near pwllheli. Prees Mr. John Bonghey, of Wem, to Jane Elizabeth, second daughter of Henry I Esq. of Cheswardine, in Shropshire, and 'daughter of the late Major Jervis. ° DEATHS. OLD ult. in London, the Rev. Dr. Ford, R AI-V of Newgate, in his 80th year, and Jrly Minister of St. Catherine's Church, Li- "V ,AV LAST, at Donnington Priory, Berks, ADMIRAL Sir A. Bertie, Bart. K.C.B. 76, ctoketon House, near Saltash, the MS 8wi'de Courcy, Admiral of the Blue, ^ohenlohe SchiUngsfaut, the great per- miracles, died at Lucerne, on the 21st SerUtUgult8at Brae-Man the venerable ander, Patrick Grant, to whom his Majes- O years ago, graciously GRACED a pension TE guinea per week, in the 111th} eat of us He expired while sitting in his ELBOW chair, ng felt scarcely any previous illness, His ion now devolves on his daughter Ann, dur- icr life Saturday, the 21st ult. at his residence, d Park near Bristol, having nearly complet- es 59th'year, Ceorge Webb Hall, Esq, late Secretary to the Honourable Board of Agri- re, and Chairman to the Committee of the cultural Associations. His death was oc- -,led by a locked jaw, produced by a wound head, which he received in a fall from his ——
THE ANGLESEY HOUNDS
THE ANGLESEY HOUNDS is dav and Saturday at Holyhead Kennel; \T VXV at the Anglesey Column MO"w'rfoeSd.y, at the Stars; Each day at half-past ten. lost notice was given that Divine t r this city' wiU be Perforraed in the e 'fVwi„i Room, until the repairs of our fhpdraf are completed, together with 'ornamental impr°veulelU* °f 1 prifnetd'a violent gale yesterday from 5 The vessels at the Port suffered consider- "k" Sgtfsr&ssrSz iol Pilot on board; we could not learn her David's Day «« „'se parts of the principality revival urpassing that of forraer years tlie renewed ncouragement of our ancient Britih Mature, appears to have been th g QuS i to these increased exertions. ifl lies of the resident Gentry dined t £ principal Inns, viz. at Bangor Ferry, Ca nar i. Beaumaris, Amlwch, Dolgelly, I)enbiD thin, Holywell, Mold, &c. &c-. thin, Holywell, Mold, &c. &c-. We understand that the Magistrates ot An s'ev have had a correspondence with t'ie ~°\ •isi oners of the Great Trirh Road, relative to » additional toll of five shillings, hitherto col- ted. on that road for every horse drawing a i t wi h narrow wheels or with projecting nai >ads—the result of which has been that the Com- issi«mers acknowledge themselves to have been error an(I that the power in question does not >t>\n „t. Anglesey road. They have ac- rdiaglv directed'the collection of such tolls in 'S'lesey t'>bI'di<ci»uti«"i; and the sums wiiich ey hjive I- I » r'.e, a misapprehension of lowers \ViiI be itiunded. i CHESTER FAIR.—The horn and hoof fair: was held on Thursday. The shew of horses as to number was unusually large, though for the most part of an interior kind for those of superior quality, there was a brisk demand at high prices, and a great deal of business was done a great many dealers attended. Of horned cattle, the shew was more than respectable, the demand brisk, at an advance in price pigs also were plentiful. FOREIGN LOANS AND ENGLISH CREDULITY.— The French papers announce the marriage of Miss Zea, only daughter of the late M. Zea, of financial notoriety, to a French Viscount and a Lieutenant-Colonel of the army. She is stated to carry with her a portion of 12,000 dollars per annum, which income, when the widow's jointure is added-thereto, supposes a very considerable portion to have been left by a person who, when he left this country to go over to Colombia, in 1817, was indebted to his friends for his outfit So much for thefiitancial operations of the late M. Zea-i The Gazette contains a proclamation, com- manding all apothecaries and others, that imme- diately after the publication of the Pharmacopoeia Collegii Regaiis Medicorum Londinensis, which has been revised, corrected, and reformed by the College of Physicians, they do not compound medicines other than as directed therein, except by the special direction of some learned physician. DR. BRYCE'S TEST OF PERFECT VACCINATION. —All parents should insist on the family surgeon's using the test discovered by Dr. Bryce, of Edin- burgh. It consists in vaccinating on the other arm from the, one first vaeciuawd. If the first has been perfect, both pustules will ripen pre- cisely at the same time iff this .does not take place, the constitution has not been properly affected, and it must be repeated. This is simple and ought never to be neglected. CAPT.-PARRY'S MATCH 100 SOVEREIGNS.-— JJot the celebrated navigator, but a real light horseman, undertook his match to ride and drive thirty-six miles in two hours. lie first rode and did twenty-one miles in eleven minutes within the first hour. This part of the condition having been performed in less time than he thought of commenced charioteering, with betting six lo four in his favour. The ground was a bye-road from Hare Hatch to Hemming Wood, on the other side Maidenhead. The driving part was skilfully performed in a light vehicle, weight 1201b.—The first horse in the gig was too fast for his work. There was very little trot about him it was necessary to take to an after chance, whieli by way of accident had been prepared to do any fast work required. This second cob was a new Manchester urare, or at least new to the sporting world, said to belong to a Mr. Nelson, from Westmoreland. She did her work at the rate of sixteen miles an hour, with great ease, aad the match was won with great difficulty in three mi- nutes and a few seconds within the given time. LAU Ncn-The launch of the New Subscription Packet, took place Monday at three quarters past eleven o'clock, in a very superior style, at- tended by thousands of spectators, a procession of decorated mail coaches, band of music &c,—•_ She was named the St. David, by Griffith Row- 'I land, Esq. who performed the usual ceremony with a dignity worthy the occasion and the name. Not the slightest accident Occurred, and plenty ofroast and boiled decorated the tables on board, with copious libations of cwrw-da. This beau- tiful Steam Packet is 75 tons burthen her length aloft, 7-2 feet 4 inches; her breadth, 1,-1 feet 10 inches, and is to be handsomely titled up e with three cabins. She is to ply between Chester. ¡ Flint, Bagillt, Rhyddland, &e. She does infinite credit to the builder, Mr. Mulvey, and notwith- standing there-were atleast 200 persons onboard when launched, she did not draw two feet o f wa- ter. lier steam engine, of twenty horse power, on the most approved construction, isin great for- wardness at the Hawass Foundry she is engaged to be fully completed for sailing farlyill April. We sincerely hope the 11 St. David" will prove the. messenger and bearer of goodwill, and uninterrupted friendship to both sides of the Dee, and that the association of her name, with the city of Chester, will ever be the pledge of I mutual attachment and profitable intercouse. I The Dwarf cutter, Lieutenant Gould, and Es. sex frigate, fitted as a convict ship to lay off Dublin, under the orders of Mr. Raven, Assistant Master Attendant of the Dock-yard at this port, c sailed hence for Ireland a short time since. On the morning of the 1st instant, about seven leagues from St. Ives, and blowing a strong gale, the Essex observed a large smuggling lugger some distance to leeward, and communicated it by signal to the Dwarf, which returned orders to chase. The Essex made all sail immediately and being light, ran the cutter completely out of sight. After a chase of eleven hours, the Essex got up with the smuggler, and Mr. Raven ma- naged his ship in such a manner as to cross the bows of the lugger, and carry away her bowsprit, which prevented her escape. The Essex bein«r fitted for civil service, had not on board a single musket or sword, to enforce the surrender of the lugger but luckily was well manned by 70 rig- gers, from the Dock-yard, with the Boatswain of the Shamrock, and Serjeant White, of the Royal Marine Division at this port, who were on board as passengers. Mr. Raven immediately ordered Serjeant White, who was armed only with the 4, j, cook's hatchet, the Boatswain, and some others, to board, which they did, and drove all the crew (3S in number) below. The Dwarf came up in about hour and a half afterwards. She proved to be a Dutchman,-from Flushing, with a cargo of nearly 1000 bales of tobacco, 75 cases of gin, and a large quantity of gunpowder tea. The prize has been carried to Kingstown.
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B 0 TA NICALJIEGISTEU. FEBRUARY. Triandria Moiiogmifl. L Crocus vemus; Spring Crocus. 11 ■ Digynia. 2. Poa annua; Annual Meadow-grass. Ilexaiulria Monogynia. 3, Narcissus pseudo-narcissus Common Daf- fddil. i Ditto ditto. 4. Galanthus nivalis Snow-drop. Tetraclynatitia Silictilosa. f 5. Drabs. verna; common Willow-grass. < — Siliquosa, *5«i Cardamine hirsuta Hairy Ladies'-smock. -v Monoecia Tetrandria. Betula Alnus common Alder. I „ ————— Polyandria. S., Corylus Avellana; Hazel-nut. •■■■■■' L It forms an article of considerable trade among the Dutch gardeners, who cultivate a great number of varieties, which every year are imported into this and other countries. 2. This is the most general plant in all nature it grows in almost every situation where there U any vjr&tation. 1. is found perfectly indigenous in a wood near Maes-y-porth. 7. The wood is used for making clogs, pattens, and other such purposes; and the bark for dyeing i m factuiing some of the finer kinds of lea- ther. This wood is of considerable value for making charcoal for gunpowder. In charring it a considerable quantity of acetic acid is extracted. 8. The young shoots of hazel put into casks with scalding water, render them sweet if they an musty, or contain any bad flavour. IDWEL In Maryborough jail (Ireland) alone, there are fourteen police men tor trial, for murder and other unjustifiable acts, in performance of their duty.. The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty have been pleased to promote Captain James Ry- der Burton to the rank of Post Captain, in conse- quence of his gallant conduct on the 31st ult. in capturing, by boarding, Ihe Algerine corvette Tripoli, in Algiers Bay. A new Bill relative to the management of Gaols has been brought forward by Mr. Peel. The fol- lowing is the clause respec ing compulsory labour before trial And whereas doubts have arisen, whether by ihe said recited act prisoners before trial can be compelled agains II heir will to labour on the tread-mill, and it is expedient to remove such doub s be it fur'her enacted and declared, that it is not and shall not be lawful to compel any un ried prisoner to such labour agains' his will." We can state upon unqties-ionable authority, and we are the first io make ihe.communica ion, that i' is the inlen ion fonhwith to repeal 'he whole of the Union ditties.-Dabli)t Evening Mail. The Slaves which were released lately from the hands of the Tunisians, by the British squad- ron under Captain Hamilton, of the Cambrian, were some Greeks who had chartered a vessel, under British colours, from Malta, for a passage to one of the Greek Islands and instead of mak- ing such a voyage, the Maltese Captain, who commanded the Vessel, shaped his course for Tunis, where he sold the vessel's stores, cargo, and passengers, and ran away with the proceeds. The first pile of wood for the foundation of the new London bridge is expected to be driven oil Monday next opposite Fishmonger's-hall. The new bridge will be a level nearly resembling Wa- terloo-bridge, and will commence from Cannon- street. By this/plan the declivi y of Fish-s ree', and the nuisance of waggons, car's, &c. at Lon- don-bridge will be avoided, as 'here will be an arch over Thames-street, under which the,rallic of the city in cans, &c. will con, iiiue wi hout in- rei-i-ttpiiii- the great thoroughfare of stage-coach- es into Kent. ASSISTANCE TO PERSONS IN DANGEJI OF DROWN- ING.—This desirable object may be attained by the following very simple means a man's hit and pocket handkerchief being all the apparatus necessary. Spread the handkerchief on the ground and place a hat with the brim upwards in the middle of the handkerchief over the hat as you would do a bundle, keeping the knots as near as possible in the centre of the opening. Now,, by seizing the knots with one hand, and keeping the crown of the hat upwards, any person, though un able to swim, may fearlessly plunge into the wa- ter with a rope, or any other thing that may be necessary to save the life of a fellow creature. The wife of a respectable husbandman, named Masters, residing at Batson, hear Kingsbridge, was on Tuesday the 10th inst. safely delivered of twin qoiii. They are completely united together from the upper part of the chest to the lower part of the bowels, forming a do able foetus and what makes the circumstance more extraordinary is, that on dissection it was found there was but one heart,- and one spleen, two livers, two stomachs, two sets of lungs, and two sets of intestines, with ths exc.-ndoa of there but one jejunum. The children are of full size, measuring, in length 20 inches, W inches across the hips, and weighing 13:1- lbs. the woman (who is doing very well) was attended by Messrs. Pearse and Son, Sur- oil- geons, Kingsbridge and this rare and extraor-.j dinary production of nature b now preserved in the museum of the former gentleman. BANK Non: IIOUBESIY.—In the year 1821; while the cashier of the banking-house of Messrs Jones, Lloyd, atid Co., in Lothbury, was count- ing some notes one evening, a mail entered, and snatched a bundle containing Bank of England notes to the amount of between 4,0001. and 50001. The cashier was so completely stunned at the robbery, that he did not even call for assis- tance until the thief had rushed ifito tbestroct, and made his escape through Tokenhouse-yard, where it was suspected a house was open for his recep- tion. A few days after the robbery, a watch- maker in the city was applied to by a decent looking man for a stout silver watch. A 101. note was given by the stranger to the watchmaker who soon afterwards ascertained that it was one of those which had been stolen from the banking- house. About twelve months afterwards, the watchmaker received a visit from the same person who produced the watch, and wished that it should be either changed or repaired. The watchmaker, instead of contriving to get the fellow into his power with address, stared at him and darted round the counter to seize upon his person, but he was too active, and easily es- caped, notwithstanding the cry of stop thief, which pursued him for some tune. The watch was however, left in the watchmaker s hands.- All inquiry after him was, useless for a length of time but the stolen notes began by slow de- grees to return to the house, and it was conjec- tured that the thief was living cautiously upon the profits of his enterprise. At last a stolen 501. note was passed at Gravesend, and the person who had uttered it was apprehended. He behaved very impudently, and denied that he knew any thing about the robbery. The watchmaker, however, the moment he saw him, said, lhat is the verv man who gave me the stolen 101. note for the watch." The clerk of Messrs. Jones, Llo vd and Co., also identified him as the person who snatched the bundle of notes, and he will of course answer for the oftence at the Old Bailey. Sunday Paper. T. PAUL WHITEHEAD AND LORD LE DESPENSER.- The following story is from (he" Pdvate Cor- respondence of William Cowper &c., &c." an irt'eres'inf Work recently published. It is con- tuined in ale.ter from Cowper to the Rev. W. Unwin, dated Nov. 24, 1731. "You have heard, no doubt, of the romantic friendship that subsisted between Paul Whitehead I iinil T,ord le Despenser, the late Sir Francis Dasli- wood. When Paul died, he left his Lordship a legacy. It was his heart, which was taken out ofhis body and sent as directed. His friend hav- ing built a c-hurch, and at that time just finished it "used it as a mausoleum upon Ihis occasion; and having (as I think the newspapers told us at the time) erected an elegant pillar in the cen're of if, on the summit of this pillar inclosed in a golden urn, he placed the he^n in ques ion. Bu' not as & lady places a china figure uponhermamle-tree or on the lop of her cabinet, but with much re- spectful ceremony and the forms of funeral so- lemnity. He hired the best singers and thebest performers. He composed an anthem for the purpose; he invired alllhe nobili, y and gen ry in ti'iel-ounlry to assist at the celebration of these obsequies, and having formed, hem all in'o an Augu.si procession, marched to'he place appointed at their head, and consigned the posthumous trea- sure, with his own hands, to its state of honour- able eleva ion. Having i hus, as he iliougln, and as he might vvell think, (* *) appeased 'he manes of the deceased, he rested satisfied wi h what he had done, and supposed his friend would rest. But not so,—about a week since I received a letter from a person who cannot have beenmis- iaformed, 'elling me that Paul has appeared fre- quently of la'e, and 'hat there a,re few, if any, of his Lordship's numerous household who have not seen him, sometimes in the park, sometimes in 'he garden as well as in the house, by day and by night indifferently. I make no reflection upon this incident, having other things to write about, ar d but little room," James Murray, fishing in the Clyde Friday i se'nnight, caught a very large cod fish, weighing j 171b.-). 4oz„ in the gllt of whith he found a gold watch, bearing the inscription on a paper in the 11r, case of it, Hugh Da vies, of Wrexham"—there was a chain and seal attached to the watch. CURIOUS FACT.—By placing a candle at thirty degrees from perpendicular, the flame is not en- cumbered with the wick, and the air that passes by the flame completely destroys the snuff; so that the candle placed thus never wants snuffing, and gives one half more light than when placed in the usual wa v. BON MOT Dy Loiti) the of bankrupt petitions in the Irish Court of celly, some mornings since, Mr Penaofather sought to sustain a commission of bankruptcy against a country gentleman, who had traded as a miller. The Lord Chancellor asked Mr Pea- nefather what line of trade his client was in?— In the mining line, my Lord, replied Mr Penne- father. Then, rejoined the Chancellor, lfuncy he had better mind his hits now, since Lis adver- sary has got him into Chancery. two eminent Barristers in the Court of Chan- cery were recently the merits of the Lord Chancellor and the Vice, as it relates to the delays of the one, and the expedition of the other when a celebrated wit, and a brother practitioner in the same Court, who had overheard the argu- ments, humorously put an end to the conversa- tion, by designating one of the Learned Chiefs Oyer and the other Terminer. LIVERPOOL.—Monday being the anniversary of St. David, it was celebrated by the Cambrian in- habitants of this place with their customary splen-, dour. In the forenoon they went to St. Paul's Church, where a sermon was preached by the Rev. Rftbt. Davies, M. A. of Gwantiaysgor. On their return, they went in procession through some of the principal streets, accompanied by the children belonging to the Welsh school, who were all neatly clothed. Severalexcellentsbands attended the procession. In the evening a num- ber of the Soiis of St. David dined together at the Angel Inn, where harmony and conviviality pre- vailed to a late hour.
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. CAMBRIDGE, FEB. 27.-C. R. Prinsen, Esq. of St. John's College, was on Wednesday last ad- mitted Doctoi- iii Civil Law.fr. J. packe,, of King's College, was yesterday admitted Fellow of that Societv. OXFORD, FEB.2S.—On Thursday last, the Rev. C. S. S. Dupuis was elected a Fellow of Pem- broke College. p it E I, r it ltr' f) -The Rev. A. Grayson, M. A. Principal of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, presented by the Provost and Fellows of Queen's College, to the Vicarage of Bramley, Hants, vacant by the death of the Rev. H. Wheatley.—The Rev. R. S. Stevens, M. A. Senior Fellow of Wadhain College, Oxford, elected and presented to the Vicarage of South PetherwynandTrewen, Corn- wall, iu the room of Dr. Shaw, deceased, and in the patronage of Oxford University.-The Rev. R. Stephens, B. 1). late Fellow and Tutor of Brasenose College, Oxford, to the Vicarage ol Belgrave, Leicestershire, by reason of lapse from the late Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry pa- tron, the Lord Chancellor,-TheRev.R.Hamond, A. M. to the Rectory of Beecharnwell, St. John with St. Mary annexed patron, J. Motteux, Esq. of well aforesaid.—The Rev. T. Sweet Escott, Prebendary of Wells, Somerset, to the Rectory of Coombe Florey patron, the ■CLERGYMEN DECEASED.—At Blakeney, in the King. I 73d year of his age, the Rev. Richard Thomas Gough, uncle of Lord Calthorpe, and Rector of Blakeney and of Acle, Norfolk, on the former of which he had resided upwards of 43 years.—The Blakeney and of Acle, Norfolk, on the former of which he had resided upwards of 43 years.—The Rev. William Wilkinson, Curate of Black Cha- pel, andUlrder Master of Felsted Grammar School. Fs'The Rev. Dr. Ford, late Ordi- nary ot Newgate, in his 80th year.
COMPENDIOUS NOTICES. His MAJESTY attended divine service Sunday at Chapel Royal, Windsor—for the last few days bis Majesty has not quitted the Castle, owing to z, unfavourable weather—Saturday, the King had a select party to dinner.—Ministers held Cabinet Council, Saturday, immediately after a courier arriving from Sir W. A'Court, at Madrid.—Sun- day another Council, which sat from three till six o'clock.The public monument or cenotaph to memory of Princess Charlotte at length decided will be placed in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. -i—Important business transacted in Commons last week-The Budget developed—some taxes re- duced, but none would have been so acceptable to the public to be taken off as the Assessed Taxes.—The want of reform of the Court of Chancery at length .admitted by Ministers-a Commission is to inquire into its abusesjand point out proper remedies,—Sir H. Parnell intends moving for a Bill to enable Catholics to purchase and hold lands for pious and charitable uses.— Marquis Titchfield seriously indisposed at his father's, the Duke of Portland's, St. James's- square.—Mina at present attended by Sir Astley Cooper, who has voluntarily offered to cure the General's leg of a serious bruise received during his last campaign.—Advices from Buenos Ayres describe that state as in alarm, apprehending at- I tack by a hostile force of Indians from the in- terior—trade at a stand, and fears of renewed dissensions amongst those in power.—An Officer of Hussars was lately sent to Coventry, for drink- ing a glass of porter after his cheese !-A general rise in the funds Saturday, foreign as well as our own—Monday they are again on the advance- wood mills of Mr. Irvine, on the river Itclien, near Southampton, destroyed by fire Tuesday last-premises, &c. insured.—Total number of vagrants cominitted to Coldbath Fields prison in 1S22, alnountedto 1321-in 18*23, to 150S, of whom 81I were rogues and vagabonds, including beg- gars, prostitutes, &c.5H, were reputed thieves —75 deserted their families-42 impostors and gamblers—and ö6 were for indecent exposures.— Two resurrection men from London committed to gaol at Manchester for stealing six bodies from a Catholic burial ground—their name given as Win. James Johnson and William Harrison, but one of them said to be the notorious Vaughan who escaped from Maidstonegaol.-A well known sheepsteater taken up at Chertsey last week, and Committed for trial.-At Chesham, Bucks, a small town, 300 children are educated by subscription from the inhabitants.
CHESTER CIRCUIT. The Honourable Charles Warren. Montgomeryshire—Thursday, March 25. at Pool. Deabigitsiti)-e-Wedtiesday, March 31, at Ruthin. Flintshire—Tuesday, April 6, at Mold Cjtes/iire-Moiiday, April 12, at the Castle of Ches'er CARMARTHEN CIRCUIT. Samuel Heywood, Sergeant at Lam: John Balguy, Esq. Cardigan— Monday, April 12. Haverfordwest— Saturday, April 17. Carmarthen—Friday, April 23. SOUTH WALES CIRCUIT. William Wingliekl, Esq. Chief Justice; Robert M. Casberd, Esq. Glamorganshire- Tuesday, April 6, at Cardiff. B,reeoitshii-e-Tuesday, April 13, at Brecon. Baclnorshke-Monday, April 19, at Presteisn. BONDED GRAIN.-The maritime average of wheat for last week is GHs. Sri. The probability that wheat, now under the King's lock, will be admitted for home consumption, after the 15th of May next, therefore, is much increased. Only 3s. 4d. per quarter is now requisite to raise the average to 70s. at which all wheat, bonded pre- vious to passing the last Corn Importation Act, may be entered for home consumption, on pay- ment of a specified duty.
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EISTEDDFOD CYMDICITIIAS Y CYMREIG- YDDlON, CAEll YNARFON. At ddydd Llun, Mawrth laf, 1824, cynhaliwyd yr Eisteddfod uchod, dan olygiaith Gorseddo Feirdd, Cyfarfyddodd Aelodau y Gymdeithas am 10 o'r gloch yn eu ystafell cyfarfod cyffredinol; oddiyno hwy a aethant ir Bwrdeisdy ac am ] 1 a gorwyd yr Eisteddfod gan Fardd y Gymdeithas, Richard Jones (Gwyndaf Eryri), trwy adrodd A well o'i gyfansoddiad ar yr aclios adroddodd hefyd John Rowlands, Pentir William Ed- wards, (Gwilym Padarn) ac Owen Williams, (Eryri Fychan) amryw Englynion ar yr un achos. Rhoddwyd allan y Testyn difyfyrgan Richard Jones, ar yr hwn yr oedd gorchymyn i'r Beirdd a ewyllysient ysgrifenu o dri i chwech o Englynion un odl union erbyn haner awr gwedi pedwar o'r gloch—sef art? Adferiad ie chyd Arglwydd Newborough." Cyhoeddwyd yn hwn a alwodd ei liwn"" Galar- wr," yn awdwr yr Awdl oreu ar y Testyn Mawolaeth yr Ynad dysgedig y Barwn Rich- ards," a chyfododd ERYRI FYCHAN, y cyfan- soddwr, a darllenodd yr Awdl gwedi iddo yn gynt gael ei addurno ag ysnoden gan R. Jones, a P. Evans. Galwyd ar Awdwr y Cywydd a farnwyd yn rhagori, wrth yr enw dyehymygol 11-illeilit, ar y Testyn Ansawdd yr oes y blodeuodd Gruffydd ap Cynan" ae ymddangosodd JOlIN ROWLANDS, ac addurnwyd ef ag Ysoden, a dar- llenodd yrunrhyw, yr hwnoedd taith. Yna galwyd ar Awdwr y Traethawd, yr hwn oedd "dra gorcbestol ac yn haeddu inawr glod, t.a 1 yr enw dychymygol "Seftl..Ylt" ac ymddan- gosodd WILLIAM OWEN, hynafieithydd, ac add- urnwyd ef-ag Ysnoden, ac ar ei archiad darllen- odd Ysgrifenyddy Gymdeithas yr unrhyw. Yn y cyfryngiadau chwareuwyd tonau Cym- reig ar y Delyn gan Mr. Richard Roberts, telynwr buddugol yn Eisteddfod fawr Gurecsam; a datganwyd Penillion gan William Rowlands, Brynniadog, Llanddeiniolen William Roberts, gynt o'r Hand, Llanrwst; Elias Williams; a John Williams, telynwr y Gymdeithas. Diweddwyd yr Eisteddfod gan chwareu Duw gadwo'r Brenin ar y Telynau. Ar ol yr Eisteddfod yr Aelodau a ddychwel- asant i Arwydd y Goron lie yr oedd ciniaw rha- gorol yn eu haros. Ar 01 ciniaw rhoddwyd y Uwngc-destynau can- lynol Y Brenin" yr hwn a yfwyd gyda three gwaith 3- Yr Eglwys a'r Llywodraeth" yfwyd gyda da distawrwvdd achauwydcerddganGwilym Padarn :—rhoddodd Wm Jones, Pentir, Oes y Byd i'r iaith Gymraeg", ac a(iroddwyd yr En- glyn canlynol- Oes y byd i'n hiaith sy' ben,—ieithoedd mad, Iaith dda, Meib yr Awen; Hon ydoedd draw yn Eden, Barna lu, heb arni len.—William Edwards. a chanodd J. Jones, gerdd sef hanes yr hen Gyin- ry—•' Ardalydd Mow, cadeirydd Eisteddfod Gwynedd," yr hwh a yfwyd gyda 3 gwaith 3.— Y ddwy Fam Gymdeithas, yn Nghaerludd," yr hwn a yfwyd a bri. 0 Yr amser hwn galwyd am waith y rhai a r Ysgrifenasant ar y Testyn difyfyr, ac ymddan- gosodd gwaith dan a'r beirniaid a aethant i'w hystyried a'll barnu, yn y cyfamsercanodd Griffith [ J ones y gan Yr hen amser gynt." Acunodd I y Gymdeithas yn a Bwrdwn,a rhoddwyd y llwn- gcdestyn Swyddogion tref Gaernarfon," yr hwn a yfwyd gyda 3 gwaith 3 a chanodd Joseph Roberts gerdd. Dychwelodd y Beirniaid a'u barn oedd fod yr hwn a alwodd el liun "Alfred," yn rhagori yn fawr; galwyd am yr Awdwr pan ymddangosodd Robert Owen o Gaernarfon. Bloeddwyd y llwngcdestyn canlynol Y gwir Anrhydeddus Arglwydd Newbro," gan L. E. Jones pan yr adroddwyd yr Englynion ar y testyn difyfyr, a chanodd Richard Jones gan y "Sipog." Talwyd y Gwbrau i'r Beirdd yn laf i Owen Williams, am yr A well ereu £3 3s. yn ail i John Rowlands am y Cywydd £2 2s. yn drydydd i William Owen am y Traethawd f2 2s. ac yn olat i Robert Owen am yr Englynion difyfyr dau o Lyfrau sef Drych y Prif Oesoedd, a Phrydnawngwaith y Cymry adiolehasant mewn modd godidog. Llwllgc-destynau Sir Robert Williams, Marchoo- y Swydd:" cerdd gon John Griffith, sef atteb D. Thomas i Ieuan Lleyn:—" I Grif- fith, Yswain, Llanfair," Richard Garnons, Yswain cerdd gan Robert Jones, Trefriw— "Thomas Asheton Smith, Yswain," cerdd W. Obry, Llanerchymedd. Y Parchedigion Hen- ry Jones, Ty-coch J. W. Trevor, Caernarfon P. B. Williams, Llanrug G. B. Lewis, a Wm. Williams, Caernarfon," cerdd, Sessiwn yn Ngh- yniru, gan J. Jones.—Sir Charles Paget—Hugh Jones, o Fallwyd, cyfieithydd Flavius Jose- phus a gwaith y Dr. Buchan—Richard Williams, Yswain, Llywydd y Gymdeithas—cerdd ganW. Obry-Rice Thomas, Yswain, Coed Elen, gan Henry Parry, cerdd gan Richard Jones, araith gan John Rowlands—Colofnau yr laith Cym- raeg, sef y Beirdd—Y Meddygon Mason, a Bea- ver, John Evans, Yswain, &c. cerdd Rd. Jones, Cymdeithasau Cymreig yn gyffredinol, Cymru a Lloegr—araith gan Josiah Gibson. Addroddwyd yr Englyn canlynol gan ei awdwr P. Evans. St, Dewi sy'n y tvwod-vn llechu, Mewn lloches o feddrod Hen babydd, yn nydd ei nod, Ef er hyn, fu orhynod. St. Dewi" ar ba un amlygwyd amryw fedd- yliau ac areithiau godidog. William Owen awdwr y Traethawd buddugawl" ac yn olaf pen- derfynwyd fod y'r hwn a enwyd ddiweddaf yn hynafieithydd i'r Gymdeithas hon. Cynaliwyd y Cyfarfod gyda phob gweddusderac ymadawodd yr aelodau yn gynar aheddychlon. W. WILLIAMS, Ysgrifenydd.
SHIPPING. PORT PENRHYN, BANGOR. — Arrived, Lirk, Blossom, Lady Penrhyn, John, I., Liberty, Adelphi, Brothers, !• rienaship, 1 nomas and Ann, Amity, Susanna, and Hope. Cleared out, Ellen, Frances and Mary, lme- lia and Hannah, Susanna, Lively, Vine, Grace, i Friends. Eliza, Supply, Richard and Jane, and John, all with slates, BEAUMARIS.—Arrived, Ann, Owen Jane and Anj. Widiams; Harry, Cook; Orwell, New- son B'.izabeth, Edmunds Susannah, Wil liams; Merry Harrier, Evans; Di.ma, Farrell Simpson. Hughes; Juno, Williams; Anne, Roose Trefriew Trader, Jones Ellinor, Jones Hero, Jones; Lark, Smith; Hope, Blahey Bellies, Davies Providence Williams and Hope, Thomas. Cleared out, Gleaner. Gritlitli Endeavour. Falay; Vigour, Rowling; Fiiend's tooftviil, Hughes; Ellen, Harrison Ellens, Willi uns Amelia and Hannah, Owen; JItie., Willi Litis Resolution, Bothani; Francis Mary, Rudley Grace, Clough Vinei, Hazlchu;St; Si san uh, Peters; a-icl lively, High.
MARI £ HT HS&ALD. ---<>-
MARI £ HT HS&ALD. -<>- As account of the Prices of rv heat, Ba-rlcv, Oats, in the week closed Saturday last, in u. under-mentioned coatitfes—^ tlr. measui-e.-No alteration sinr-e oar last. Wheat. BarSey. Oat.s. Anglesey. 47s to 54s j 34s to 3S)s ISs to Carnarvon. 49s—5Cis S's —39s i'.)s —x's Denbigh j 57s— (>0s 30s —33s 19s — Flint. 53s — 68s 30s —33s 18s — 20s Merioneth.. 55s— 6Ss 30s— 33s 18s —22s o 30s 335 !Ss
ILIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.…
I LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE. TUESDAY, One o'Clock. SECOND EDITION. There has been an improving Corn nwrkct since (lux day n-eek, and of old Wheat, to a consi- derable extent, hare been effeded at an advante of 3d. per bushel on the prices of Tuesday Ill, in Oats also there has been a good deal of busi- ness done, and prices arejully svppnrted. In other articles the operations have been small. Wheat, 701b. s. d. s. d. English Old 11 0 a i 1 (i New 11 0 a 11 8 Oats 3 10 a 4 2 Barley 4 6 a 5 6 Flour, 240ft. s. d. s. fl. En glish fine 50 0 a 58 0 Irish iS 57 « 5S 0 American in Bond, 30 0 u 32 0
LONDON, CORN EXCSIANCE, Monday, March l. The arrival of wheat since this day se' nnight has been very moderate, but there has been some quantity of Flour during the same period tin trade nevertheless ivas belter on Friday last.— This morning the supply of Wheat was Jar from large, chiefly from Essex and Kent, bui the quality on the whole being but middling, the meatmen shewed little disposition to purchase, aad though we consider prices from Is. to 2s. per quarter dearer than this day se'nnight, it is confined to the best description, and the trade is not so brisk as was expected. Fine Barley sells on rather better terms; but Malt is rather heavy in sale. Beans, though here in some quantity, fully support our last quotation and Pease of both sorts are ve)-j moderately suppli- ed with Oats at present, yet the trade, on the whole is dull, though last week's prices are fully maintained. Flour remains as before stated. Wheat (while) 50s a 74s Barley 34s a 42s Malt 52s a 56s Pease 44g a 46s Oats (Potatoc) 25s a 30s Poland. 2is a 29s Feed 2 i s a 29s -e-
PRICE OF FLOUR.
PRICE OF FLOUR. Town made Flour, 60s a 65s per saek delivered. Ditto Seconds 55s a 60s ditto. Essex and Suffolk Flour, 50s a 55s on board ship. Norfolk and Stockton ditto ;15s a 50s ditto. Bran. 9s a 10s Quarter. Fine Pollard 14s a ISs ditto New llapeSeed, £26 to £ 30per Last.
PRICE OF BREAD.
PRICE OF BREAD. Peck Loaf to weigh 17lb 60.. Half ditto Ill; lIoz Quartern ditto 4/6 5 £ oz Half Quartern ditto *2lb 2%oz The highest price of Bread in the Metropolis, is lid. for the 4th. Loaf—there are others who sell from a halfpenny to three halfpence below that rate.
SMITHFIELD, MONDAY, MARCH…
SMITHFIELD, MONDAY, MARCH 1. We have a fair show of Beasts this^moming, and among them we observe a considerable number- of vei-g fine large Lincolns, of most excellent quality. Norfolks are also- plentiful, there being at least 1000 on the Mile End Road; but these are not equal in goodness to what we have lately seen at this market. The sales of all descriptions were pretty brisk, an the same terms as last wcek.- We have more Sheep at market than last Monday, and they also go off at last week's prices.-Cali,es are scanty, and they have ready sale at from 4s. to 5s. 8d, and for a few 6s. was obtaincd,- We hare no alter- at ion in Pork here at Barnet, this morning, dairy fed was 5s. 6d. there being few Pigs at market. To sink the offal-per stone of Sib. Beef.3s Od to 4s 4rZ I Veal. 4s 0 5s Sel I Mutton..3s Ocl to 4s 4d j Pork 3s 0 5s Oil Head of Cattle this day. Beasts, about 2662 Calves 120 Sheep 18130 | Pigs 19(>
RAW HIDES. Best Heifers and Steers, I Ordinary, 2s 4d to 2s 6d r st. 3s Od to 3s id Market calf, each, 8s Of I Middls. 2s Sd to 2s1 Cd ¡ Eng. Horse, Os Od lo Od
SHEEP SKINS. Downs, 3s Od to 4s ôd-Polled 4s Od to 5. Od PRICE OF HOPS. Kent Pockets 81. 10s. to lOt. Os. to 121. Os. East Kent § Canterb. 171. Os. to -I Os. Sussex Pockets St. Os. to Pl. Us. to lOt. Ös. Essex Pockets st. Os. to 101 Os. to Ill. is. Farnham, fine, wt. Os. to 21/. Os.Scc ill, Os. to 161.0s. Kent Bags, Sf. Os. to 91. 9s. to 10/. Sussex Bags, 71. 10s. to 8/. 8s. to 9/. 0. Essex Bags, 71. 10s. to 91. Os. to I (q. OS. PRICE OF LEATHER. Butts, 50 to 66lbs each per lb 22d to 23d Ditto, 56 to6Wbs each. 244 to 2.5d Dressing Hides 1 Hd to 20d Fine Coach Hides 20d to 22d Crop Hides, 3b to IWbsfor clllting.. 17d to 18d Ditto. 4o to o()!bs 18a to 20d Calf Skins,30 to 4Qlbs LSD to 2id ]-)I:tto i o 'i Olbs 2idiox7d Ditto ■ 70 lo SO lbs 22 d to 23 d Small Sets?s (Greenland) ISd to 19 £ Large ditto lGdto lSd PRICE OF TALLOW. Town Tallow 3Ds Oel Jds tiel )¥hite ditto 3s 6(/ Soap ditto (H Melting Stuff Od Ditto Rough Od Graves ¡I. Ld Pattti ud Curd b;2s Off Good Dregs 6S Orf Price of Candles per do~. £ s (V— Vwlds sOsOci p■er das. allowed for rcatrj PRICE OF POTATOES. Marsh Champions to 01 0.. per ton Ware 21 10« to 3/ (Js per lan Yok Kidneys Scotch Reds Si Os to 81 os per ten