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WANTED, as an Apprentice to a Wholesale W and Retail Grocer and Chandler, a LA D from 14 to ) G years of: age, of industrious habits, and who under- stands the English and VVelsh Languages,- lie n:i1) hckindly treated. For particulars apply to David Jenkin, Printer of this Paper. TO BE LET, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, M avs llill Cottage and Garden. B THE House consists of a Parlour^ Sitting Bed-ei)ayiil)ers, Kitchen, and a large Pantry. —Stable, Con-house, and Gi, r S Ile d adjoining. Some Land may be had, if required. Foi- ftit-tliet particulars inquire of D. Jenkin, Printer of this Paper. ,I TO TANNERS, j TO BE And may he Entered upon immediately, j A Compact TA N-\ ARD, situate at the end ?''?L of Gower—trcct, Swansea, late in the tenure of Mr. John Reynolds. There is a fine stream of water runs through the premises, and a Patent Bark MHl has lately been erected. For particulars inquire of Win. Spencer, Swansea. CA It.MA RT i) EN SUIIt £ j TO BE LET, And Entered upon at JSI'chacltnas next, C WMGIGYRANE, in the Parish of Taljey r consisting ofaroorny, spacious, and modern Dwelling- house; good and convenient Out-buildings and Offices; with about 300 Acresofrich Pas to re and Arable Land; very pleasantly sitiKtted within two miles of the turnpike-road leading from Llandilo to Lampeter, and easy distance from lime and coal. A Map of the Land may he seen; and fbr particulars and terms apply to the Propnctor, Mr. Wm. Jones, at Cwm- ?ia;vrane House. A respoasible tenant" III mccl with pyervfucoura?ement, liolle t?i,,e iteed Dated 20th Aprn3 1814,- • Yioae J.Evans yn hysbysu i'w Gyd-wladvvyr, t'od I y Moddioii .Meddygin'iaeiliol ranlyuol, ag sydd ai werth g-allddo d vti bur ac\yri ddigyimnysg. ^EVANS'S ir. rNU IN E Pateiit Medicine Warehouse, CARMARTHEN. JOHN. EVANS, Printers Bookseller, Stationer, and llfllSic Seller, GUILDHALL SQUARE, SEU.S TilE FOLLOWING PATENT 8-; PUBLIC MEDICINES. For Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, and Consumptions, £, S. (i; GODBOLD'sVEG ETABLEEALSAMOI 8 ?) De Vel no's Vegetable Syrup 0 14 0 Purland's expectorating Pills 0 2 9 Cundell's Balsam of Honey.. 02 9 Grant's Drops. 0 1 9 Dawson's Lozenges i;,i 01 '2 Ford's Balsam of Horehound i. i 0 19 Hyari's Essence of Coltsfoot 0 3 fi Church's Cough Drops 0 '1 1> 0 1 2 Oxford Lozenges 0 6 For W calcness, Debility, and Nervous Disorders. J Man'sRcstorativeMedicine 026 Dr. Fothergill's Rettoratire Nervous Cordial Drops 0 1 6 Dr. Solivnder's hk-ruitive Tea. 0 c2 J) Dr. Rymer's Nervou? Tincture 0 4 6 —. Detergent Pills 036 Dr. Huxham's '1 incture of Peruvian Bark 0 3 0 Solomon's Balm of Gilcad > 0 ll 0 Sii.itii's Res iorative Drops 0 110 Li eases incident to Females. Dr. Sibly's Lunar Tn u.e 0 10 6 Fothergill's F( m rl^ Pd.s 0 2 9 Hooper's Female P.lIs 012 Welsh's Ditto 029 Tiowbriilge Golden Pills 012 l or the llheumatism. 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Id. and 0 2 9 Godfrn's Cordial 0 1 0 American SoofAing Sirup 0 2 9 Radclitl' Elixir 0 1 2 HMtock'sEHxir 0 2 6 Squire's Grand Elixir 00 '9 00 Kssence of Peppermint 0 1 4 Beau)ncdc\!e 0 3 61 Anderson's Scots Pills 012 Dalby's Carminative, 0 1 9 Inglish'sScots Pills 012 Disorders of Children. Glass's Magnesia 036 Henry's''Calcined Magnesia, in Bottles 0 2 9 Ctiing's Worm Lozenges Is. 2d. and 0 2 9 Severn's Worm Tea 012 Magnesia Lozenges, for Heartburn 0 12 Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, fye. Dr. Steer's Opodeldoc 029 Dr. Betton's British Oil 0 19 M1SCF.LT. 4 XFIO VS. Robert's Medicated Vegetable Waterman Effectual Remedy for the Scrophula or King's ENil 0 6 0 Hunt's Aperient Family Pills 012 Lavender Lozenges, for Lowncss of Spirits 0 1 2 Barclay's Asthmatic Candy- 0 12 Bath's Restorative, or Strengthening Pills 0 1 6 Prince's Russian Oil, for the Growth of Hair 0 8 0 Macassar Oil, for Ditto 6 0 3 6 IH kmmt's Piil-, for the Stone and Gravel 0 2 9 Cheltenham Salts 0 2 9 Marshall's Uuniversal Cerate, tor Burns, Scalds, Clfrl- blains, itc. ••• 0 1 PUítllld\ f'amíly Cerate, ,for Dltt" 0 1 2| Sill ;N 0 2 01 Dr. 9 I Turlington's Balsam of Life 0 2 (41 Ginger Lozenges 0 1 2 Peppcnrnttt. Ditto 0 1 2 Roche's Embrocation, for the Hooping Cough 0 4 0 Convulsion Drops 0 5 0 IJutcn Ditto 0 12 Kennedy*'s Cora Piaister 0 12 ('()Ili Ceptiili(. 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