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Castlt-Slrcet Meet iri g-LLUitsc} SWANSEA. THE PubUc arc respectfully informed, that the NEW INDEPENDENT "ENGLISH MEET- ??'iU'St;,C\Si'L?-STf{.E?T,.SWA\SJ?A,wi]))? ?EX?ij tor pt\ ?E WORSHIP OI WEDVKSDAV, the *-??' Instant'—THE Services to continue 011 THURSDAY. The following Ministers 'xi.ll preach in English on tin ?ytc?'??otc?j 3jfMM?e<'? ;r/??<'<'«c/! :<t E/  M/t on ?/<e Rev. Mr. THORPE, Bristol Hev.M)'.Pr,TEu, Carmarthen Mr. EA&T, FroH\c I —- Mr. ?VA?LOW, Milford; jind m U els' Rev. Mr. DA VIES, Swansea [ Rev.Mr.E.JoN-Es,Pontvpool The Friends of this new Inter1 st will be thankful for the *ttend;itiee of those Ministers who may fed inclined to favor them 'iv itli tlieir company, and who are particularly re- quested to apj.lv, On their arrival, to Mr. JONES, Wiud-st'rcet, and to ilr. (tulmTHs, Market-place, who will take be atlbrded them. EAGLE INSURANCE OFFICE, ACT Y SENEDll. LLUNDAIN. a geir yn y ddiogelfa irchod 'sydd gyiffrysodig vn Nhaledigaeth y Rhcnto tin rhvw betltau ereill a losgir pan Dan, ac yn leilmd "dented Than o'r obr (/'remmm) a ddir YIl ar[eml i ^Vjdti-dai eraiil. Gwneir yn dsla [rolled trwy Leehcd. (itiedrnd Hytryd (Life Insurance) ar diltrau Rhcsymoh | Aduew yddirtnob ysgiifen Ddiojjeliad ( Policy) adderfydu i Y1!hÜn o ltagfyr, pymtheg diw'rnod ar 01 hyuny. Gonucuwft.wYTi, Mr. David Jeiikitt, Airmtfydd y Papur lin n Mr. Lewis Davis, Pcrlysieuwr, Abergele. •SWi'DD GAERFYRDDIN. At Diigolioii rglwvxicliaclli Cvdvvtdv, YX CYSNWVS r Tíi CfiicmnmiJ, sef eiddo Cydicely, CarnmdMi,h .hecimet\ a.phlxyj'uu imiryiciol Cydtoely, Pcmbrcy, St. Iskmacl, Llu/I- <ltrfoyl*g, L!angu»»o, rjatigen<k</rny Llanelli, Llanm, JJancai, Llaygmncch, Hetties, rhan 0 La'ndilo-J'oicr, 1.lall- arlhnty, Llandilo Lktnddurvg, Llandcbic, a l'l&!J:i.'uingcl-A})zrbythych, "T Mae amrrw ach wyniadau o bryd 1 y -&. ihvyddyn dd;w?''(!at a'r un brosennol, w <di cad ?u S? n('uthm wrtnyf, td Gorueiiw Uiwr y Llys Frovrol (/??' y°nrt), a gyniwlir dros y dywededig' Arglwyddiactli, foil ??i!y:t:nd ?/j'M?/)tcitni<)?y')r!):).f)?jdu ar width yn ??''?'"?<t)tyiJt!r?r?y?yr (?'?<<-);M.\) ?yt)?trh')':]?t?'r; ?'?'?' ?" y <'yt''y? Lvsoedd, i o,od y < y))?haw?;ut a yrrir ?' ? )' ??'?'u gryin, w,di lunl jH eu«g 0 greulondeb, gor- a/r' ?'thdd?)t[;td (txtvrlk'u ) m:nn< :UI\I') I', weitl! ¡au, lHa J w<Hlion llafnrn; frwy yr liyn y rnae Kawcro dcnlnoedd •l: editact eu giiru i'r cyfyngder tmvyaf; ac. yr yilwyf wedi l\i h"" ?'" 'y'?'?" Ihy cyt-?w Ly?cdd, fod ;?nf.  l.lh 1m?', r "t:"«Ü (:.¡GÍ t'1 l1cut.hur a dynittti mew n acltos- ii.H -1 ty "-hien, oddiwrth yr ausenrheiilrv.\dd • «, -ic n cVn.e.i1 ad( wyao.odwvcJ ?.?), < h?r?y?i ),;?yr;?i.h.ur, llLly\IS IUll:ltll\yr 0 bJitll Y d)'l:ion a !\IU('ll't 1;1'('('I1II; v J^vn ,tit allaa i ?-'?" ??-<?. ?' ? (/•'»»«/< tii i 1 •' 1 'r 1 "l,'w.ydd-<rtinaiifoa<ll()iit eu Dirprw.vwvr, •lj j "'X11-'011 r,t!dani MTthwynebol i'r t\s.tml- .wthall. v -1 'iNdMedi cael ca sada<d-sjan A V1 hcrw vdd fod :.grilemv.vr ) i »vhrprn y w y r ereill y 11 cad ff<«ldef i dda<e« ac ?t?jtrt.r:,r?h'aitnynddynt,trw\'rh\nYin:!c'rU\socdd vediuytod 1 ambarcit ftuavr. 1 an ady??n? yf.?d y Llywedd h?n wedi ?.ol ou .?-y.Hu ?n y D?ut?.d?rd?.t), ?c alifarm)), y Jirenin A.'t?d .'i'?v.r,cry-yrhw:ju?it?9t)u;tttv?ddani)at-i:inth<-ih!? ?.n. yr oeml y ,-wui \nfwv iiÙ ehvd-v. erth M10 v dvdd ?'?h\.) bod ( it ilnrlian deciirenol weds cael eu IK M vo "i; L'lwr ?'ii <?F;.<t:x?!' iiwnuw hyd y pryd jjivn, a'u bod vn eaei cit (,Lh\ gvda pharch ac nrddas dyf;dwy ¡an y (jorudm i!Í\u, ?'' hwn a ganlynid a;\jT boll b)-tttyd-ddc')iaid (fire- ''tildtirs j oddi lewn i r AV^hvyddlaetli, y l liai a weinyiiiient. Sytiawnder lieb dderbvn yncb, y mac hyn yn h'T?}' a)'x\- I ,:oedfliadol i mi u'u buddioldeb, pan gedwir livvy mown } ?'xtd??t-ddus. fta;i liynny, yr yd\vvf wedi troi fy medd- .*bau erys cry 11 amser, 1 ymdroclni cael allan foddye-iniaolh r!).?y(t,?K?u,.?a<-d<!?? r ag ydynt w edi ll'ynnu felly; ac d?y- y?ynact!), bamaM \u 'tu.tdud i tab???Kt'i- rllai •-lalynol—s-ef, ?odcynnaU.iLd y Hysdrosbuhuno'rTrtChwnnn?do "yn allan i gael ci ddiieu, a bod iddynt gaol eu eysyyi'tu yn ?'? a chad eu C'M'md yn imd dros yrAj-xhv\ddKU'ti)?n |T> ll'rediii. -Na byddo j un dyn ad dadicu, gwueufhur fvtlM"y'"cion, "ac ymarfervd a'rgyfraith inrwn rhyw fodd amgeii, vn y t ";11'\ I Lys, oddi ?ttir ci fud, vn Ddirpnvywr o ??? Jchcdd Car-rlytddin. t  ?'yddo i'r cyfryw Lvs ?c! ci ?vnnn! yn yr tin man, ? "? ? c.vti.. ?dn. ac csmwythyd y rh\dd-d'dci!iu)d a'r ymofw Y, r, d'(' '??* amse¡: i amsrr, i fi?rth "'r cyfry? Arclu vUa,r111 >r ymddaugoso i'r Geruchwiliwr fod iuyafi :(' 1 i'od !;r'i' 'v* ?,Hp r,ll -sivn' (t^'udlc) ar1 1'1 drl'fnn, F hwn a 'hn-ir-K' .?! ""J" rlnvyni-ysgrif ???).f;yd? dan i'rhniydddl'?''?''???"?!?''?'??"t'S?Ydd\)) fl'yddlou ac va 14 J, )N Y?"'t'; ? b.? <-ani??d'idd./ ( t ?; cfiwecli o liw"t > !l,,vv\yi (v rhai ydvnt i 'ad eu eyinmer- ?y,, ..? tv?, ??-'? ? '?" ??'? ?" 7"? ?,  '")'??Y)t)t<)rt nv\uY'!?!t t ;)?)i!? ?. ,?t ? Lhs.M-dd i ?d..v hedd- > V (!lla ? ac 1|;i b\ddo i mi nvvn gaol ci wasan- "Mn, Iul (-i?yth?ni, oml t;;iu cvfryw Bn< *'<.s)?r,ttctn<-v<r??<.i?vr)nnrtt)???. t ?:)tp(.(?.?:)t- tn?:)m vn unig (ac nid pawb yn 01 yr he!) r l"1^ rydd-ddciliaid, a. tyddont yn trigo vn, nou IP'rlla c>'»n«ydogaetli V Ho ag 7 digu^ddo i'r Llvs eael ei iys, i a ?"touK?v?" gan y (.Mv?vvr, idd<fod)'r< \f)'\w 'Foù!1; I()"u hylilrtrtl )-H Hci.tlm Jr. ?')), o hyn ^thredoedd y cyl'ry Lys gad cu dwyn ym, j 'n,-v" -yr ia'lil Fr dibou i iI.as eeee.rys ddadleu ymhellach ynghylcli pvobrwyon y [, -Xh'>vv ?'? '?'?'? '?"? o'r Llys nesaf aliaii, i gael ou y t'.t'"at?" :<x y ?' )- ?<hn), i ciddo 1.1 ,ll,:nnr a{),;('d aS X oaaiattao amgylcli- ^sbartiiirliw"v yJnV ar. argropiiir enfres o iionynt, a W<-di 4;?o<t'<;h.??? y"??'< y (/??cf'??). ? wyf t i o hi y "? ''y" ?L-ynodch 0 r ^nJ,u» ^deni V llhlrt\l\'ot'h!H,Y"i(J fT ei.c iH'o¡¡¡il, y'-Wyty,) ?? d<'rnYhY<'dui<?'??'?' <'y'n.n<-nuiw?.ct! yn ?ysnd llul'' '"cJwfo.K r Y«rhwanr-H fy mmi 'yn grvf i ??.?.?.-?? ?-?<- ?? ??,? 0/1(.£ yell wa   F,-fy r u<i} ?:> 'p.I.l.h:Ul n¡\o'yn tI;liy!og, Ha thC!IOH.h.thIJ '?' 'f??''?? .\?'??""?? uitkias d.?hrcuoi: ?yt.y?,, !cj,? h:u!,ir???<?rhanm?r).c)n,.th. n?r bobiogaidd, ae ffll,{ \yslü l' Jr, 19-ad}1I ¡,ranlvlJol'¡ hrll. lyvtj;¡'\}j)dc¡'Ûi- Wrht u fv,TnV '? '?"? ?' y ?OKvch'tud yn sicr, „ J vn harliau- ar ei ch1ad 1 c!ivvi. Afedduyf yr anrhydedd kfod, ?Ich)hdd}o,ia\t?<jyij?.i??:?,?.?t:twr, ? JOHN LILOWN, ?n)chwni?ri'r(<?i)-A.!ihyd.\i-?.Cawd<):-J C ?'??yddvd?wcdcd?" At"?'??idinct'i. '-?fyrddin,!U-?L?.U. APPRENTICE WANTED. 1 A Steady LAD, from sixteen to twenty years -.Of ago, of respectable parentage, -witU whom a Pre- mium is expected, as he Ay ill hrfve Hoard and Lodging in the j House, w ill meet V/th dgc encouragement, and every means vised to bring him to,a thftrough knowledge of the Mercery, Grocery, and llabcnlaslicry Business, by JOHN DA VIES, Corner of December 1,1811. r. ?T :L MHETtNC heM at the Wy?DHAM- A A ibis, BRIDGEND, on Saturday, the 26th day of f November, )81t? in ptnsuance of an Advertisement in the t Cambrian of the 19th of November, for considering the expediency of making a Tram-wäd from the Hills north of Bridgend to Ewcnny, Tn E /?AocH.??E WINDHAM <??7Y, M. 7\ I\ Tlli'. CIIAIK Resorted,—That it appears to the Meeting advan- j tageous that the Line should iMrthmetu'e hear Ewenny I Llumy, and that a Branch should be made over Tyr Gunter and fvevan Cusk to Ta-ibach. ¡ Resolved,—That Messrs. MARTIX and DAVrES be em- ploy cd to make a Plan of the intended Line of Tram-road, and.?so an Estimate of the expense necessary to carry the proposed Plan into execution; *o ('?,i-i-y tilt, II Estimate be made before the 1st of Fehruan next. Resolved,— That, to effect the purpose aforesaid, a Sub- scription be immediately cuternl iuio. I JiesolcGil,—That the .Shares be .'J'i.yeach, hut that the re- spective Subscribers sliaH.be at liberty to take as manv of such Shart-sas they think proper, and that five shillings per han be paid at the time and place <;i" subscribing, towards defraying the expenees of the Surveys and intimates. ) J/esolvetl,That Books he left at the several Bank* at Cardiff, Neath, and SvVansea, and also it the Hear ini;\ CoW'bridge, and at the Wyndham Anns, Bridgend, for the pui pOSe of receiving the names of suth persons as wish to subscribe to the undertaking. R<■■soloed,—That the above Resolutions be signed by the Chairman, and published in the Cambrian and Sefen Gomer 1 Newspapers—tlttve times in eaCln I Resolved,—That, on recei?n? the P)ans and Estimate?, the Chairman be requested to caB annther Meeting for the purpose of carrYin? the object into effect. WINDHAM QUIN. Resolved,—That the thanks of the Meeting be given to tlie Chainllan for his able and impartial conduct in the Chair. The following Skbscrtyliows irere immediately entered into: j AO. OF SHAKES. I Windham Quin 2D pd. as. per share I Ctu j Edward Picton ti Ditto M. p, .¡njth 6 Ditto illiam Humphrey, Vrumpton 5 Ditto Parry, Llangwnyd 4 Ditto Tiiomas Jenkin, (icily 4 Ditto William Pa.rrv, Angeltown <•.••• ■• 4 Ditto David Griffith, Llangwnvd • • 4 Ditto S. t' Ditto II V» illiam liecs, Court Coleman H) J. M. William*, Bridgend v. ».4 Ditto John .Miles, -\1Wt'Hlil' 4 Ditto I!ic!iard I Jevvellyn, Jun. 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