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WANTED, A respectable w: II educated Youth, A S an APPRENTICE to a SURGEON and APOTHECARY. .;1 he required, as practical advantages vt-z,y and every possible attention will e to his advancement in every branch of professional Mo*t<e. Address to Mr. B. WILLIAMS, Surgeon, &c. Swansea. .&-ILM 0 GILEAD SOLOMON. Mae yn :r?!\v? fod amryw anhwylderau'r :t coril dyuol yn cad. a mam ?an afrad?onr?vydd yn -spricucnci.yd, a t?ro?-e?diad gwartims o'r rheolau a? y caili?l( y« en nodi allan ?r diecl,y(i, L? er ? 8>'ttaea ein¡o;' !ur a d?dwydd, gydag ansaw d;l gref a "d<trn. ?td yw besidithiou [ec?yd yU ('ad en coU! y;i ltI? y mae porSadau poenus yn dangos en gwerf.h a'r {)(h'et}t!l anned wycki \n cdr?ch (; lamylùl,)11 rhy ami, ynofer uni l"; Kid ion iuhvelliant. y !av ,r 11 ocv,I !i??nfI,r;?.(Iwvo ei Gf) r» "llJ.,tJ, R?L? of ?.?E?Z) i ba? b o'r rind ag y mae ? ? ?" ???? ?.U ndft'iiio o achos aHgha!lin?b me?n I¡e:ety" a'r [tq? rai sydd a'u ?".vynion yn atn 0 achos JC. "1'0 O'fyn nen vniarfcr ?ormodd a gwirawd (?p?'!?') !,?" tea, neu g?Fee, yn ?yat?t ag rr rhai sydd wedi Sii't1?'111 ?'? ?'' ??'??yt? mewn ardn?oedd twymiou ae 58-'?! yn mhoh on o'r eyfryw amgylchiadaa fe dry allan a? eY>gi;iia.'t(i mwyaf ei?tthK)!, 7?iLii dyau y gewynion (?.?!y..t: wc?: jut cilz, ia a 1)3, ivv ?''?rywiot anhwylderaa pcrtbynol i'r rliyw deg (fair .\) ?ftd?i.?tt yn d.2Lryfr\v»ig dan awdurdod yr adVerydd kwa.acj mae iiavver !> beuderigesau cyfrifol wedi proti ci « yi' i waricgia;. meddygol ?orau i'r bwrdd ymdrwsma '-funt rioed ag efj i gyfnerthu'r ysbrydoedd a<uc)!- ?'"c.tw?ludoi'jr Y pen, iiurtrwydd, a llesgedd; ac wrth '!t)y?.,?nvydAhyhyd, .n- vinhd ymaicii drymfrydedd, yn ruodui cy>ur a north i'r lioli ?irit. ¡hi 0 ?h-tydan lrymfrydd «g ydd yn cy?tuddio'r corn "'Ol, ¡b,n yr cnw Anu?\!derau (;ewynol, yw'r achosion V o re:ynoldet> dyniou ag sydd yn ainddifaid 0 iechyd. I)ue r auiiwy.derau j(yn yn de?taw o'r fatSi amrywiaeth a C:'Ciiosion f*el y 1,?,cl(iii vi, p?;i- ?:?n?, ir bJ.tt!dl »y»y yn w.t?ad yn angenriieidiol, r? :il.ù a dn r achos cywir 0 u?vnt. 1'a fodd by nag, fe ?'?ih-? fe deiailir eu ii^ifeitluau yn rhy dda, );;1 infilith ^a'v? o ddynoirysv; .;ic ar gyfer yr ('Hcduau ityn, ?'Hir ij.^acb fyued y W draw i'r gwir, na chafwyd ua feddyg- ?!?" .<cpa y.i rn??ri ar, neu yn fwy elodfawr am ei ?'?o!dch r? .C?.?.'?.?? L?L?<?G?.LE.?-D y Dr. ??AlON. mae llawer o'rgwelliad.au agymmerasant J )'dd;; wedi -u hargraiiti yn mhob papur newyadioa yn ?") rna", er annogaeUi i'r cystnddiedig i ytMarfer? a pharaa j L Yr.n«fer 0 fcddy?ua.cth, yr hw» s dd mor odidog yn ?' ,?"" ucaad trwyadl raewn pob achos 0 nychdod. (.. rnae tyh yn ity?m f(,,l gewytizii??-I yn fwy .rp?my? I.wrop yn awr nag y )uHt ar ,m aJmcr arall, a 11 !,y» yn henaf i'rgormoddhunanfwynaadsydd yn t?'?y" y, ?nserocdd giuddesigar hyu. Y mae yn wirioH- tju H' pa Lelia:,YT ymadawom oddiwrtii symledd a tbyi-l! ??Lip)- yn em Uuniacth, a pha fwyaf a aberthom o \?'.??'"??" ?M'?us i'r ainvcithganvch ag yJd yn cyslfyued \?) '?,ftvCt. teuma:du, mwym gyu fydd eii'aith pob cyfeiUor- ,1'edliy^wi' yn gwanau egni'r cor? ? mae anhw,n- yn ?ir, tlztii'r cor?'Y. Y nia-c d>, Sev'y:ia'! .7- ddjgwydcliadol i'rddauryw (?wrrvw a bii J?)"'1': gwai«-»i.ia<tb'1»yn-Yn unig, en bod (gN%rv?v t;haUIll {) herwydd tynerweh ansawdd eu cyrif au duB \h, .arh o tyw, ya fwy a!nl a n'yrn? nn? yn y rhyw arali. iffA(MM ysnrir g? nti.d yn Y?' ansawdd cwynawl, och ii! yn rbv ?.Jch gan avn\)lusrwydd yn y uam ryw, a ?'on?'dd? f.)1 .1 h". "r y Vi,,?fd ti-iwy,,tf cytfredia o'r an- ?,,? ,,wn yw /'? ?g?u yn baraus, yr hwn sydd yn Ct.fed trwy'r bnil ansawdd ewynawl a'i (.-iMthiau dmysfr- ?? j ?''? ??'??'S??? a.? i):a? anfYne?ol, ac yn cynhyrtu .r. 0 (1(1"(?'iryi) LC. ,,??bwynt?da.t mwyat- ar?. vdus o ddychryn ac anobailh! r ii V11  ™iocdd wedi syrUao vn aberthan ? !r.r.?vdd lo^ "Mil, yr hyn sydd yn ?ncutb-.r y ?'? YI(l sycl(i dan ei lywodraeth yn anynad, yil L /idal, ac it .?.Hy???a!ynduf-ddoHrcdt?oddi?r.:h k,?'?? K ?' y '?"' ? '? !\>. Y? '? ''?eswm pa ham y maent ?,.??"yc') yn c?'! !doddtwrthunfcddy?[n!ac(h,am "'?a;it Iwy:-frydi?:)wy;id di?tiol i lynu wrth un nes ?.'?t't'.crtddwynPtC'faithpriuduL ?'0)-ci.?/ ?? (?' Givud anghydmarol hwn yw'r feddyg- ?y ? c<i 'iws ac eJteithiol a ?aFwyd eriocd at an- ?-t? h ?an a chw-lfriw'r ct>rif, gweadid gowg, neu wend id ? '???'- ysbryd, cryw!'d a dychryniadau'r tacddwl,' )'1) 1 ?'?""?d (.J??), a phob anhwykler araB ag ?nc ?'?! ?adiar h{'iad yr an?awdd ewynawl, y rhai yn tt) .'?''ty?cautynangiiy!R:)t'dn)!der, drwg fuchedd, a H? ?' ?* ?? angenrheidiau iechyd, gloddest, bywyd Uo- ''?)U?\ '?"? ? myf>'rRar, y mae'r Cordial /??it )nYn '.y^'a yn gydredinol ci eilaith adferiadol, a (reilii n Styjr ■ ej ?y?'?ynm!'?? y penaf o'r caSFaelkidau a g^ioTld ? i? '?d meddy? a!I.U) erioed, fel hcndithion i ?fjyjx't- %'Hr SWrthweitKydd i res> noideb d^ 1. y m" miloedd ?Sw't'iwothydd i resynoidcb d? :). Y m?.e mih?'df)   ? "?" yn hyw yn y tair toyman, I fendlnlO r dydd y Li!"Il?t-ant' gymmeryd y meddyginiaeth vnyfeddol hwn, I?j?'ht '?y"au '5'>r,ditiii<>n i-nyfedtiol h 1-ti, I" 1,ditti ion ec'ii yd,, y i,iiai i, ,tc,,wti niodd am  ?f-ii t aw1syrthio i'r l???dd yn anamerol, yn aberth- ifc ? e?1 bore ieuc^ctyd. ^j>rUewitM^e s}?nei'<>n o'r Iwerddon, yr India Ddwyrehio)  Gt'rnal1;, Jlamhm!:h', Iiidi?t Ja- c t A m(?Ti,a er' g h, Berlin, lloland, Ja- 7Cl'ArneriVa'nvay, Sweden, a Denmark, y rhai oil a fUiaut, n& ?j'?. ??d un rneddyg'iniaeth erioed a ddygwyd ?le?y-m; ? .7:-0 'Vile,i -"y fatowerUiiad ebrwy dd ac .marfcro).— ddt*t)fys H?v'fr?*' ?'??y?? (CMSi'om-/M:??) yn Hundain '.verp'j fod mil r medtlygtniaeth hwn yn cael ei yni s JV mor nag o??u' ????'"??? -? ?'? ?' hy?? ""? tcudygtutaethau ereiM a 'u ritu?dfi.! y?'? ?"'? "f??M.? yn awr f<? y caflaeliad ?'?r''?"? ?'?'? y ? huauacychwan?.i! arodd.r ?V-tr y "??t'ttvu; y mae yH?.?dHrn, vn UiR-ns i, s'l'h; J f-tixl buanac yehwam-gal aroddir ? d '? ? ? ? M?y??-wr (Dr. Solomon, o Liverpool), yw yr ? fa..?,'? ??'" to'iyngdnd mpddy?iniaeth, yr hwn ') |f rofi ,f,i >'r gniddaa uchelaf a'r iselaf o'r bob!, -a r fi xt" lwyddi,it a pharans.—-Y mae gwertli- r y gw ? Wyt dY!lnta\'th hwN? y rhat yAynt ,awer liit?ocach n[)1' eb%Yderio('d 0'1' ??'"? y?'?cthuYnfynycha'i i inor ebrwrf y I)v(iclolr at)i ); ;Lt., y ii-i?le deilwng o s«W y hy<Wo'r S;"?v ?"? dano; ae y mae ?CYnsynt"d-?"? y costrfiau'yn cael eu gvverthu yn ?" cyn gyru a? iaj1™11 ''??' San cu hod wedi eu rhaS- "un anynt. tW(>cth "an D J 1;'1\,7 j.*?^^IN, Argraffydd v Papnr hwn, try r{ o-an J ('nk\l) ,b I ^atis ^'caerfyrd"ac]i<nond, Abertawe; Dank? Painter, k *ham« a niinh (V\, vAbei'honddu; Fainter, ??? S&?eM '??.? ,h?''?'??? ? c?tret d?uiuaidd pris  lyn !e  11s. a'1' o'eirian Saml. Solomon, h un costrel d^ulnaidd rnn  ???? ?-  ?? ?. '?   d,ysgwyl, pan vm?Y'?!'?" ??"t ? ? ?h'? ?.y??'-ar.a?dd (L?.???) am un 'n i-yf?Irw )'(Ido fel hvn, ?on? t.??e?n ""? °orl/ (' .[ l J "l l' '[ C Q¡ge.(}n, a car ???,?.<r Livc/'jivu 'au J)arW.:Jd<i.iQ -f?.?.??? c?.e?t,joy, ??H:?sr;/? Cot-?M? Balm §'nb, obachos ???7e?/. (I ("tthr S a", C. f G'l d y S y gwc?"' y Co?M! Balm of ?e.-?, f?yw\?('?\?f?y??' ?'' ^wrtliwyneb ?an y I 11"" "1" r'?.d-i) Y "?rdd ? ? ('.ymmercr o ddan lonaid iiwy de I %.? eo-a y spoon ) y" ?Y?'ebol i oed ac an- a!? ? y?y'ddef'?? '??a?.t"n? er a\vrcyn bore-fwyd ?;c?- ? y  "?'S ?-r t.,p??" ? '!ocn, ^ydi'f fS °'r sIoc'1' P"n,P y» y prydiiawn, ?V,, fWr Wedi s,per, wrtho ei- iinu, neu inevvn Uon- I ?.?'ydrf???,'f',??) ? ?wfr, g?m gwyn, Ü<mIra, '?'we? oJ j '?' CAIIM ARTIIEIS j ill RE. Towj iBridge, near Llangadock. 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