GLAMORGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The General Annual Meeting of this Society was held at Cowbridge, last week, at the Bear Inn. The show of Fat Stock, Implements. &c was considered on the whole, equal to its predecessors There -as, how. ever, a slight falling off as to the quality of catue, several of which were rather inferior; and others objection;, Ve in point of obesity for store cattle. The pens of sheep com- manded general admiration. The show of horses was con- sidered to be very good, presenting a marked improvement compared with former shows. The porcine tribe on the ground demand but little notice, as they were of the usual description. In the implement department there was a manifest fallin off, some alterations having been made by the society with respect to the premiums. The arbiters of the day were two excellent judges of stock, Mr. Williams, of Landefaud, and Mr. Winter, of Christ- church, who attended at the solicitation. of Sir Charles or g an. The Dinner took place in the spacious ball room of the Bear Inn, which was laid out for the occasion in a style as superior as the repast was substantial. The chair was taken by Sir Charles Morgan, of Tredegar, who was supported by Sir Geo. Tyler, M.P., J. Bruce Pryce, Esq., J. Homfray, Esq., Rev. Robert Knight, Rev. Roper Tyler, Rev. Mr. Edmondes, Capt. Bassett, and C.C.Williams, Esq., of Roath Court, Mr. Bradley, the Secretary, occupied the vice chair. Amongst the general company we observed Messrs. Richard Prsnklen, of Cleyreiistoi,.c E. David, Fair- aler; Thom-is Dalton, J. Dalton, J. Samuel Treharne, Thomas, Tydraw; Rev. Mr. Jenkins; Capt. Entwisle Dr. Lewis, Maesteg Messrs. Robert Evans, Bridgend J. Jones, Park; Goddard, of St. Tagans; L. K. Bruce, E. W. David, Radvr • Geo Traherne, Garsed Simpson, Pyle Yvynaham I 1 Le,;¡s., 'lie;th Toogood, C,, Nv bi dA -ers of Pentrehane; Williams Ely Pratt, L'.Hns?nnnr Richards, Court: Evans, Peniline; Jenner, Jnn..Wenvoe: Jenkins Flenunstone Jenkins, Penmark; Thomas, of Wallace; David Samuel, Bryant, Bridgend; W. Lewis, Lanmaes; Perkins, Monk- nash Preece, Liswornev Thomas Harry Huntley, Velsn St. Donatts; Spencer, St. Athans; Jenkin J onps, James Ballard, Llwynhelig; Roche, Gilestone Rees Powell, are- grove, &c. ¿Sr. Ample justice having been done to the :linner, the usual loyal and constitutional toasts were proposed and responded to with respectful loyalty. The Chairman then called on Mr. Bradley, the Secretary.. to read the list of premiums. # The various successful competitors, as they walked up to the chairman to receive the premiums, were loudly applauded. The cup given by the town of Cowbridge was awarded to Mr. Richard Rees, of Lisworney. The awards having been duly given, the Chairman pro- posed, as the next toast, the health of the Judges of the day. Mr. Williams, in acknowledging the toast, assured Sir Charles Morgan that his colleague and himself were always ready to do any thing for him, as well as for agricultural societies at large. As to the stock they had judged that day, it was in some respects good, in other respects bad. Some of the animals were rather in too high a coiidition-too fat for store. The horses and colts, however, were ver)- iiiie ones, and a credit to the neighbourhood and the county, but he could not say as much in reference to some of the animals exhibited. The yearling steers were very inferior—as bad a lot as ever he saw (laughter). The Chairman then proposed the healths of the successful competitors. Mr. Thomas, Tydraw, returned thanks, telling Sir Charles that he hoped to be successful again at Tredegar. He had already carried off IS cups, but he would not be satisfied un*il he had obtained 20. (Cheers.) The Chairman gave "The Members for the County." The Chairman regretted that he never had the pleasure of the Lord-Lieutenant's company at their annual meetings. Mr. Talbot, however, had promised him that he would conic amongst them. He begged to give them The Members of the County," coupled with the name of Sir Geo. Tyler, who never failed to attend their meetings. The toast was re- sponded to with much enthusiasm. Sir Geo. Tyler, in rising to respond, was greeted with cheers.—He said-on beha:f of His Hon. Colleague anI him- self, he begged to return his warmest thanks to the company for the kind manner in which they had received the toast; be begged also sincerely to thank Sir Charles Morgan for the cordial way in which he had proposed the toast to them. He felt he was placed in a different position on that occasion to that in which he was placed when he had the honour of addressing them in that room last year. Then, he confessed that he looked forward to the future with rather doubtful hopes as to the issue of that general depression which per- Now, he assure d thun-i that vaded the agricultural interest. Now, he assured them that he looked forward-to the future with very different feelings, inasmuch as that great interest was now deposited in the hands of those who would uphold it under every circum- stance, and doubtless would look to it and promote it in a manner which the agricultural interest fairly demanded. [Cheers]. He was aware that this was not an institution or association in which politics were generally allowed to be discussed but really when he saw so many connected with agriculture present on that occasion—when he saw so nume- rous and respectable a company, embracing almost every class-he could not help observing, although things were supposed to be looming in the distance," that he did not think that that distance was very great. [Hear.] Indeed he trusted, as things were better now than they had been, that they would still go on improving. [Cheers.] When they considered the quality of the stock which they had seen that day, although the show was not so good as might be desirable, still it presented an improvement as compared with some former shows. He trusted it would yet amend, and if they lived to see another year, he hoped they would see the show improved in ever respect. [Cheers.] Speaking cf the phrase" looming in the distance," they woud recollect it was one which had been used by a very prominent member of the present Government. In his [Sir George's] opinion that now celebrated phrase had been much misrepresented, and as an illustration of his views, he related the following anecdote:—He recollected about 30 years ago, being on foreign service in those countries where the mirage was very prevalent and seen very distinctly. Amongst the ship's crew was a famous individual, named Peter Bott, whose duty it was to go aloft and signal distant objects when they ap- peared in sight. This man obtained his notoriety because he was supposed to be one who delighted on certain occa- sions, to draw the long bow rather extensively; and it had become at last a universal saying whenever anything doubt- ful occurred, 0, it is only a Peter Bott." It happened one day whilst they were at the Mauritius, this man was sent aloft, when he signalled a four-masted schooner in the di- rection of north west. Of course, all laughed at the idea of a four-masted schooner, for who ever heard of such a thing, and therefore it was put down as another Peter Bott." However, in four days afterwards the vessel actually arrived, and it was found she really had four masts as signalled. The fact was, she had been seen when between three and four hundred miles distant. Now he only told them this in order that they might see that, although things" loomed in the distance;" they really did exist. He hoped and trusted that, under the present administration, they should have mea- sures bearing on the prosperity of the agricultural interest, not only looming in the distance," but have them actually within reach. [Cheers.] Sir George Tyler then reiterated his thanks, and resumed his seat amid the applause of his friends. J. Bruce Pryce, Beq., then in a few complimentary remarks res5sed the halth of the president of the society, which was ?-hd to with great applause-. themeeYles Mor8an in returning thanks, smd that of all th I Ile L-S which he attended there was not one which he ca me to ￼ more pleasure than the Agricultural Meeting of "??? ? Glamorgan. (Choers ) He had lived in the county sonic ?,r. during which time he had become ac- quainted with the ?<?t gentry an d tenant farmers, a?nd ? therefore it ^vays ,e h:m great satisfaction to meet ?T' ? Ion 9 as, h's power to promote their interest he would doso;?? he lived attend these meetings. (Cheers') The cha.?n than ve the health of the Tenant Farmers of GIamor??; and ur"ed on all present, the necessity ofencouragi ?? labourers over whom they had any inOuence tojomth?? in Qrder t0 obviate the neces- sity of hanng recourse t'the ballot. H had done so with his labourers and had told.h,? that e the exp* iration of their service they should bt em. that., at the. expIratiOn 0 L:- I I o" E: ecelved back agam. He hoped WI t:Xalllplt: WUIQ oe IOi!Owe, by all prcsent. He had the honour of holding a command the Glamorganshire Malitia and therefore the greater iiurzibe. of voluntecrs they could get, the more the .satisfaction wour. ue to him and the less necessity would exist for enforcing ve ballot. (Applause.) Mr. Perkins, of Monk,,ash, as one the oldest present, acknowledgedthecomphmcnt paid to 'be tenant farmers. He said the tenant farmers had tried for a "ery long time to fight an up hill game, and were still domjr th|Jest thh could. If they failed to succeed, they had only on. resource left them, and that was, to look to their landlords t, a reduction of rents. (Cheers.) However they would still iintinue to do the best they could. They had heard from Sr George Tyler there was something looming in the distant. He (Mr. Perkins) sincei ely hoped that something was no very distant. (Applause.) The following toasts were afterwards proposed and wamly responded to The Vice Presidents of the society," ,11.- lcnowledged by the Rev. Robert Knight in a humourous speech, in the course of which he informed the company that the best cattle he had recently seen at the fairs of l''ra.nkfoi t, Weisbaiden, and other placcs on the continent were very much inferior to the worst description of animals exhibited at Cowbridge that day.—" The health of Mr. Fraiilleii, Lady Morgan" and the farmers wives in Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire" Mr. Charlc3 Rodney Morgan"— Mr. Entwisle" Mr. Bradley." the respected secretary of the society—" Capt. Bassett and Mr. Traherne" -md suc- cess to the Glamorganshire Agricultural Society," propos cd by Sir Geo. Tyler, M.P. Prosperity to the Cardiff Farmers Club," coupled with the Dame of Mr. Evan David, Fairwater, who very ablv re- sponded. The meeting then separated. —————— 4r ——————
OPENING OF ABERDARE NEW OHURCH. The interesting ceremony of opening this large and beau- tiful edifice for divine wotship took place on Thursday, linder the most favourable and cheering auspices. Special trains having been announced to leave Swansea, Neath, Cardiff, and other intermediate places, hundreds of highly respectable persons availed themselves of the facilities offered, the inducement being enhanced by the favourable State of the day, which presented a mark contrast, as to the leather, in the preceding part of the week. Aberdare, from its unbounded mineral resources, is one (If the most extraordinary districts known. England, and tve-i the United States, can supply few, if any instances of a 1se in wealth and population more rapid than this hive of Industry. In 1838 there existed but few works in the neigh- bourhood. The population then did not exceed 4,500. At Present it is surrounded by collieries, blast furnaces, and a tpeming population of about 20,000 souls. This vast in- crease has, as a matter of course, caused a proportionate Ivaiit of accommodation for religious worship. Thanks to the spirited exertions of the Vicar the Rev. J. Griffiths, aided by the inhabitants, the erection of such the noble fttructure now opened will go far towards obviating tuch a want, whilst at the same time, it will enable the town to boast of the possessslOn of one of the finest Ecclcsiastical Edifices in the principality. The Church is a Gothic structure, of the geometric, deco- rated style, consisting of a chancel 30ft. by 20, nave 82ft. 6in. and 23 feet from centre of columns aisles North and South 82ft. 6in. lesgth, and 13ft. 9in. wide total width 55 feet 6 tower at west end 15 feet in the clear, with provision for eight bells, Total length of church, including nave, tower, and chancel, 140 feet oin., north transept and N. E. vestrv, With organ loft over 18 feet by 16, with North porch. Height ffthe church from level of floor 50 feet in the clear. Height of tower and spire the vane turns at an elevation of 180 feet 'tom the ground. The altar, rai:ing> carpet, altar cloth, communion linen, at.d plate, are all gifts of ladies, and respectively of the liÓet and best workmanship The church is heated on the newest system with hot water. The Marchioness of Bute, with her characteristic liberality, furnished the communion plate as a memorial of the late Marquis. We must not omit also to state that the interior wli shortly be enriched with a powerful-toned organ, and th tower supplied with a peal of bells. This is very dc- sire, and Aberdare Church will then rank amongst our I,ost complete Parish Churches, capable of seating 1000 persois In ci-nsequence of indisposition, the Lord Bishop of the Diocese was not present. There was, however, a strong assemblage of the clergy on th,- occasion, amongst whom we observed t.e following :—The Dean of LI?ndaft', Archd?con ^illiams, Lev. Canon Jones Tredcgar Kev. Canon Evan nkins, Do?tais Bevds. D. 'Willi,Ws, Heps Butcher, Evan Morgan, John Morgan (St. Andrews), ?i, L Bloss (Bridgcnd) ?iHiamLe)gh,I'\P. Thomas, Alfred Jenner, John Grif- hs, Wm. RohhJ, Wm. Brice, L. Charles Lewis (Ebhw 'a'e), Wm. Williams, C. M. Evans, Jas. Evans, David ?ones, Judah Jones, Richard Pritchard, David Morgan, Goo. ?homas, John Hughes, David Williams, David Jenkins, -paries Mayberry, Thomas Williams, C. F. B. Wood, Wm. "°mas, J. W. Downs (St. Johns, Woolwich), Gilbert Harris. (Merthyr), Walter Griffiths, and a large number of other clergy from various districts, amounting in the whole to about 70. Sir George Tyler, Bart., M.P., Howel Gwyn, Esq., M.P., and Crawshay 'Bailey, Esq., M.P., besides most of the leading gentry were also present. The Church in the morning was densely crowded. At eleven o'clock the interesting ceremony commenced by the worthy Vicar, the Rev. J. Griffith, reading the peculiarly solemn and beautiful service of tha Church of England. The Rev. Richard Pritchard preached in the morning, taking his text from the 8th chapter of Amos, 11th and 12th verses. A collection was made, and the handsome sum of £ 140 subscribed towards defraying the expenses of the church. The afternoon service commenced at three o'clock, and the Church presented a most intci-p?!'? sn?ht, bdlig agai n completely filled with a most respectable audience. The Rev. Canon Evan Jenkins read the afternoon service in a very solemn manner, and the choir s?ng some nne se- lections from the service, as they had also done in the morning. The Rev. Archdeacon Williams preached, and selected for his text, the 23d verse of the 16th chapter of St. John's Gos- pel. Verily, verilv, I say unto you, whatsoever he sha): ask the father in my name, he will give it yon." The Rev. Gentle- man, observed in the first place, that Christ forewarned his dis- ciples of that which was about happening, and hence, in the preceding verses, he tells them. He should be taken away from them. When Christ undertook the salvation of the world, he saw all the trials he would have to undergo he saw his agony in the garden,he saw his death upon the across, the desertion of his disciples, the betrayal of one of them, and the refusal to acknowledge him by another all this was before his eyes, and now we find him telling them that he should be taken away from them lie told them he was going back to the Father. This announcement struck them with wonder and astonishment and so it might. He, in whose love they had so long trusted whose words they had so long listened to with gladness and joy he was no-.v to be taken away from them, and the bright hopes which they had cnce entertained, were to be crushed at once. But Christ would not leave them comfortless. No. He well understood what his kingdom would cost he told them as the world had treated their master, so it would treat them, but he would not leave them comfortless, he was going to prepare a place for them in those mansions which He had assigned for them; and that by His death He might open the kingdom of Heaven to all believers. But he would send them the Spirit who would abide with them for ever, and with the church even to the end of the world. Here, then, was the source of comfort and consolation. The throne of grace was then opened to re- ceive the prayers of the people of God here was the refuge in all their troubles. Two things were suggested by the text, viz., prayer was the privilege, as well as the duty, of every Christian and all our prayers ought to be presented to God through the name of Ciirist. The rev. gentleman shewed clearly these two ideas were suggested by the text, and con- cluded a very ably-written and eloquent discourse. Another collection was then made, and a sum of about £ 29 collected. The Rev. E. Jones, of Tredegar, preached in Welsh in the evening, when a collection was again made, and throughout the day nearly £ 200 was collected towards this laudable pur- pose. Such a deep interest did the inhabitants of the town take in the proceedings of the day that nearly the whole of the shops were shut, and all appeared in church on the occa- sion.
ARCIIIDIACONAI. VI.SITATIO,,q.-Tlie Venerable Archdea- con Venables held a visitation at Swansea on Wednesday last, at St. Mary's Church. Prayers were read by the Rev. E. B. Squires, Vicar of Swansea, and a powerful sermon was preached by the Rev. John Lloyd, Vicar of Rhosilly, after which the Archdeacon proceeded to deliver his charge in similar terms to those which he used in Carmarthen the previous week. The Clergy dined at the Castle Hotel in the evening, the Venerable Archdeacon Venables in the Chair, and Valentine Davis, Esq., the respected Deputy Registrar, officiating as Vice-President. The Clergy pre- sent Avere -Rev. Acklom, Incumbent of Trinity Church, Swansea; Rev. F. T. Batchelor, Curate of Cheriton; Rev. John Collins, Rector of Ilston Rev. W. Davies, Curate of Llangavelach Rev. S. Davies, Incumbent of Oystermouth, Rev. J. Davies, Rector of Reynoldston Rev. T. Snead Hughes, Curate of S'.vanea Rev. D. Jones, Rector of Bishopston Rev. J. Powell Jones, Rector of Loughor; 1 Rev. J. Lloyd, Rector of Rhosilly Rev. Thomas Lewis, Curate of Gorseinon Rev. Enoch Rees, Incumbent of Clydach Rev. W. Rees, Curate of Llansamlet; Rev. Edw. Barnard Squire, Vicar of Swansea; Rev. William Thomas, Incumbent of Llanguick; Rev. C. P. M. Williams, Vicar o Llanddewy; Rev. Thomas Walters, Curate of Kilvey Rev. Montague Earle Welby, Incumbent of Saint Paul's Sketty. At the Second Eisteddfod of the Newport Athenssum and Mechanic's Institute, held last week, a prize of L;5 was offered by W. C. Webb, Esq., for the best English Essay on the Press, as a means of national enlightenment. There were seven competitors, but the Judge, Edward Dowling, Esq., awarded the prize to the signature of Deserve suc- cess, and you shall have it," which proved to be the motto adopted by Mr. William Morris, printer, Stamp Office, Swansea. The Judge, in his adjudication, observed, The author of the paper Deserve success, and you shall have it,' has elaborately treated the subject of 'The Press,' in all its phases, and its bearings upon the social sys- tem, with a master-hand. He has laboured with great industry, and carefully wrought up the mechanism of his essay To him I aicard the prize. I may, however, venture to hint an opinion that the writer might have been more sparing of his polemics, without impairing the merit of his composition.— The introduction uf such topics may sometimes arise from the involuntary fervidness of an impassioned nature.—An addendum, received subse- quently to the first presentation of the M.S., was not consi- dered in the adjudication." NEATH POLICE.—On Monday, before J. French, Esq., Mayor, Morris Carey, was charged by P. C. Rees, with being drunk and disorderly on Saturday night last. Or- dered to pay 5s.—On Tuesday, before James French, Esq., William Rees, charged Wm. Witclier, with being drunk. Discharged with a caution. MERTHYR.—October has set in with greater severity than usual. We had frost last week, and on Monday torrents of rain. MERTHYR POLICE.—On the 2nd inst., before 11. A. Bruce and W. Thomas, Esqrs,—Anna Jones and Elen Sul- livan, were charged with stealing 1501bs. weight of coal, the property of Sir John Guest. Committed for trial at the sessions. On the 4th inst., before the same magistrates.— Thomas Rees charged by P.C. Meak, was fined 5s. for drunkenness, and Sophia Davies 5s., for the same offence, or fourteen days imprisonment. Wm. Watkins was charged by John Jones with stealing 63. from his person. Com- mitted for trial..Mr. D. W. Vigors attended for the pro- secution. Daniel Murphy was charged with stealing 301bs. weight of coal, the property of Mrs. Francis. Committed for trial. Mr. Vigors attended for the prosecution in this case also. Morgan Morgan was charged with perjury. It appeared that the prisoner on the 2nd of September last, was a witness in an assault case preferred by one of the police against a person named Stephens, when the prisoner swore (falsely as alleged) that he saw the police striking Ste- phens repeatedly with his staff. The charge against the prisoner was proved by Mr. Vigors's short hand notes, corroborated by Superintendent Wrenn. Several witnesses who were present when the affair took .place, disproved the evidence as to using the staff. After many witnesses had given evidence, the prisoner was fully committed to take his trinl at the next assizes. Morgan Itees was clnrged by Ann Howell with assaulting her, and was fined ;c I and costs. The prisoner told their worships they had 110 right to fine him, as he had bought the prosecutor of her husband for 2s., and he had a receipt to prove that. He was ordered to be locked up. MERTHYR LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.—A meeting of this Board was held on Monday last. There were present- Messrs. R. T. Crawshay, Geo. Overton, C. H. James, John Evans, B Martin, Edward Purchase, W. Thomas, and Lewis Lewis. 11. T. Crawshay, Esq., in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and signed by the chairman. The surveyor's report having been read, it was ordered that several sums be recovered from the parties in Lower Market Street, Dowlais, as apportioned by the surveyor, for repairing the street, under the 69th section of the Public Health Act. Mr. PUlchase was requested to communicate with Mr. Hill, and ascertain on what terms ground for tip- ping refuse can be obtained. Several gas lamps having been wilfully injured hy parties in Dowlais, the Board of- fered a reward of f5 for such information as would lead to the conviction of the offenders. A Highway Rate of 3d. in the pound was ordered to be made. Several bills were di- rected to be paid, and the meeting seperated. GWAELOD-Y-GARTU SALE, NEAR MEltTIIYlL-The sale of the household furniture, carriages, horses, wines, and paintings, of the late Wm. Meyrick, Esq occupied three days last Among those present at this important sale well Bailey, Esq., Mrs. Bailey and party Robert G. Craws'iay, Esq., and Raymond C. Dalton, Esq., of Cy- farthfa Castle; Major Stretton, of Danypark, and party; John PoweF,, Esq., of the Mount, Brecon; T. W. Williams, Esq., Colebrook Park, and party; J. Rolls, of the Ilendre, Esq. II. S. Coh, Esq., and Miss Coke, of Neath Henry Jones Esq., Revs. W. Williams, Harries, D. Williams, and Davies; Edward Purchase, Esq., of Ynisgored, and Mrs. Purchase and party; Mr. Niblett, of Bristol; Mr. Marsh, of Monmouth; James Roberts, Esq., and Mrs. Roberts and party; Thomas Wayne, Eq., Richard Fothergill, Esq., and Mrs. Fothergill G. Horton, Esq., and Mrs. Ilerton and party; J. Russell, Esq., AV. Alridge, Esq., J. W. James, Esq., Frank James, Esq., and Mrs. C. James; D. Thomas, of Brecon, Esq., and party; J. Corbett Esq., of Cardiff, and party David Evans, Esq., Banker, and Mrs. Evans, and family; Mr. Roar-h and family; Morgan Harris, Esq., It. Vaughan, Esq., of Builth, &c. &c. We are informed that this has proved one of the best sales that has ever taken place in Merthyr everything fetched very good prices. The wines and paintings were well sold. One painting was bought in at EIOO. Some of the wines (Madeira and sherry);,were sold at from 76s- to 80s. per dozen. It was a very spirited sale, and remarkably well conducted. Much credit is due to Mr. Thomas, of Neath, the Auctioneer, who lperformed his onerous duties very ably and effici- ently, and gave general satisfaction. The result of the sale renders it quite evident that the ladies and gentlemen of Merthyr and its neigh bourhood k noW how to appreciate what is good and really valuable and we feel assured that although the persuasive qualities of the Auc- tioneer were ably seconded by the spirited competition of the assemblage, none will have cause to regret their purchases. "f -h" F,
BRECON SHIRE. BRECON.—On Sunday evening last, between the hours of 0 and 8 o'clock, some light-fingered person walked through the passage of the New Greyhound Inn, in Llanfaes, broke into the, larder, and carried away about 201bs. weight of double Gloucester cheese, two loaves of bread, and a table cloth, the latter of which the thief dropped on his return with his booty through the passage. Nothing since has been heard of the delinquent, but it is generally believed that it must be some person well acquainted with the house and premises, GLASBURY BRIDGE. This bridge, which has of late years afforded the gentlemen at the Breconshire and Rad- norshire Quarter Sessions so much discussion, and cost the rate-payers of both counties so much money, and which was only very recently opened for traffic, we regret to say, has again been closed to Lie public in consequence of some of the iron girders (which were considered by many as much too slight to bear such a weight as was likely to pass over the bridge) having snapped. This unfortunate accident will much inconvenience the farmers and others in the lo- cality of the bridge in both counties. We are informed that Mr. Williams, the surveyor, of Llanfaes, who superintended the Bridge on the part of lais county, expressed a very "I', county expresse d a ver y strong opinion at head-quarters that it could never stand the test of traffic. BRECON.—On the 5th inst., the annual meeting of the Union Benefit Society, was held at the George Iun, in this town, when a large and respectable company of members sat down to a sumptuous dinner prepared by the worthy host, Mr. Webb, The meeting was presided over by Mr John Griffiths, builder, who was unanimously voted to the chair in the absence of the stewards, aud all passed off very pleasantly. It gives us much pleasure to add that the funds of the Society are in a prosperous state.
BRECONSHIRE RACES. ] races came off on Thursday and Friday, the 30th ult., atitl I st iiist, And although the weather in the morn- ing of the first day was rather unpropitious, tjiere was a large attendance of fashionables on the course. The result I of the two davs running was as follows The Breconshire Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with £ 50 added by Sir Joseph Bailey, Bart., and C. R. Morgan, Eoq, Mem- bers for the county and borough. Mr. Crossings'bl. m. Madame Wharton (Carlisle) 1 Mr. Hartley's b. h. Gamecock. (Bendith) 2 Mr. Yonge's b. f. Isabella (Brownlow) 3 A very excellent race. Gamecock took the lead, and kept it for the first mile, when he was headed by Madame Wharton, who ran in, after a hard struggle, a winner by two lengths. The Borough Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with £ 25 added, and £ 5 for the second horse, Heats. Mr. D. Samuel's ch. f The Gift 1 1 Mr. \V. Carlislp's br. m. Cinderella. 4 2 Mr. Williams's hI. m. Black Bess 2 0 Mr. J. Gwynne Ho!ford's br. m. Iiss Georgy. 3 0 The Gift was the favourite, and won the two heats easily. In pursuance of the conditions, the winner was offered by auction, and by the oxvner for E51. The Usk Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with £ 25 added, for horses that have never won £40. Heats. Mr. Williamson's, 4Sth Regt.b.n).Kate. 1 1 Mr. Prentis's, Scots Greys, gr. g. Pacha 2 2 Mr. Gratrex's, Scots Greys, gr. g. Greyling t. 3 4 This was a most ex.cr.ing race, the riders being officers of the Scots' Greys and 43th regiments. Kate proved to be too much of the racer fur the two greve, and won both heats easily. She was sold for Ejl after the race, by Mr. Evans, auctioneer. The Hack Stakes of 1 sov. each, with a Purse added, for horses that have never won, the property of persons resi- dent in the county. Mr. W. Williams's gr. m. Prescription 6 1 1 Mr. Evans's b. m. Gratitude 1 2 2 Mr. II. Davies's br. tz. lestless. 3 3 3 Mr. Cobb's ch. g. Caleb 4 0 0 Mr. T. Powell's br. f. Lady of the Lake 5 0 0 Mr. Williitms's b. m. Clemcntina 2 0 0 Mr. Prosser's b. m. Little Fanny 7 0 0 SECOND DAY. The Hurdle Race of throe sovereigns each, with JE20 adJed. Heats one mile and a half, over 4 hurdles in each heat. Mr. M. Fothergill's gr. m. Miss Pranks 1 1 0 Mr. W. Carlisle's br. m. Cinderella 2 6 0 Mr. Wi!liams's blk. m. B1a,> Bess. S 2 1 Mr. Williamson's 43ih Regt., b. m. Kate 4 0 0 Mr. GtQttrcx s, Scots Greys, gr. g. Greyling 5 0 0 Mr. Prentis's, Scots Greys, gr. g. Pacha 6 0 0 We understand .Miss Pranks was disqualified, on the ground that she won upwards of JE40 at Tenby races. Mr. Williams's Blick Bess walked over for the third heat. THE LADIES PLATE. Mr. Hartley's b. h. Gamecock 3 1 1 Mr. Crossing's blk. m. Madame Wharton. 1 4 2 Mr. Stevens's b. c. The Sleeping Partner 4 2 3 Mr. W. Haile's br. in. Merry Peal. 2 3 4 Mr. Yoiige's b. f. Isabella 5 0 0 Mr. D. Samuel's ch. f. The Gift 6 0 0 A splendid race, the fastest ever known on the Brecon course. Mr.. Yonge's Isabclla ran inside the post, The beaten Handicap of three sovereigns each, with E20 added. Heats one mile, the weights to be published immediately after the Ladies Plate is run for, and to accept to the Secretary in a quarter of an hour after. Isabella walked over. The Pony Race of five shillings each, with a purse added. Heats one mile, to be run immediately after the Ladies Plate. Three started, the Kington pony winning. The Ball at the Castle on Friday evening, was a very large and fashionable one, and included members of almost all the leading families in the County, besides many visitors, amongst those present were Col. and Mrs. Watkins, of Pennoyre, and part.y, Lady Bailey, of Glanusk Park, and party, Mrs. Gwynne Holford, of Buckland, and party, &c. BRECONSHIRE MILITIA.—Several more volunteers were sworn in on Saturday last, and we have little doubt the numbers required for this year's service will soon be comple- ted. COMMISSION BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF BBECON- SHIBE.—John Powell, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant; John Jeffreys De Winton, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant; James Prosser Snead, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant; Charlet Augustus Parkinson, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant, Sept. 25. THE GREAT STOCK SALE AT NEWTON.—This very im- portant and anxiously looked-for sale came off on Saturday last, and although the rain fell in torrents during the greater part of the day, the attendance was exceedingly large, sur- passing that of former years, and the competition was carried on throughout the day with the greatest possible enthusiasm. The sight there witnessed must have gratified the heart of the celebrated breeder, and deeply must the admirers of stock in this and the neighbouring counties deplore that Mr. Williams has come to the determination to curtail his breeding, and live a partially retired, but we trust long and happy life. All honor to the man who has so long and suc- cessfully brought his eminent practical mind to bear upon the breeding of a stock that has become the delight and admiration of all England. There were noblemen and gen- tlemen present, from the counties of Salop, Hereford, Car- marthen and Monmouth. Lord Berwick, Viscount Hereford, Walter Maybery, Esq., of Penlan, Campbell Davys, Esq., John Jones, Esq ofBlaennos, J. Walker, Esq., of Holmer, Messrs. James, Hewer, Powell, Morgan, and other eminent egriculturists and breeders of Stock. We should be doing great injustice to the talented auctioneer, Mr.William Jones, if we did not pay a passing tribute to his rare merits as a judge of stock and his still rarer descriptive and selling abi- lities. The highly satisfactory manner in which this gentle- man acquitted himself, may be naturally inferred from the extraordinary prices which the stock realized, almost une- qualted, we should say, in the annals of public sales. Lord Berwick gave for the celebrated cow Rebecca" the admiration of all who saw her, £ 42 the six cows bought by his Lordship we are informed realized the sum of E138. There was considerable competition between Mr. James, of Hereford, one of the judges at the Breconshire Agricultural Show, and who acted as judge at the Royal Agricultural Society at York, and the well known breeder Mr. Hewer, two of the best judges of stock perhaps on the field, for a line bull, which was ultimately knocked down to the latter gentleman for 60 guineas, considerable amusement being caused on his reluctantly expressing himself willing to let him out for one year at 100 guineas. One bull calf about six months old was sold to Mr. Powell, of Park, in the county of Monmouth, a tenant of the Duke of Beaufort, for E38, and another about four months old to Mr. Morgan, of Cilnych, a tenant of Colonel Clifford, for JC32. The sum realized at the sale amounted to upwards of f:1600, Ilnd we are glad to find that in consequence of the publicity given to this sale, the Newton breed of cattle will have found its way into Shropshire, Herefordshire, Carmarthenshire, Monmouthshire, &c., and we trust that other breeders in those counties will emulate the tact and the zeal of" old Newton" in producing such a stock of pure Herefords.
A YOUNG FEMALE SWINDLER.—A young girl was on Saturday tried by the Tribunal of Correctional Police, for swindling. On the 27th August last she took a cab in the Champs Elysees, and had herself driven to the Ecole Mili- taire then to the Barriere de l'Etoile then to Vincennes then to the Boulevarde Montmartre then to the Boulevard iSaint Denis afterwards to the rue de Rouilly then to Vincennes again; from Vincennes to the Bal Mabile; and from Mabile to the Cafe Foy. At each of these places she, as she represented, made inquiries after an officer of the army, but without success; and in the cotfrse of her jour- neyings she borrowed 2f. from the cab-driver. From the Cafe Foy she wanted to be driven again to Vincennes, but the driver declined to go, and insisted on being paid. She hired another cab, and got the driver to advance her money enough to pay the other man the sum was 2.5f. She made the second cab-driver convey her to Vincennes, and then to Montreuil, and from Montreuil to the Place de la Bastille. Arrived there, the horse was so fatigued that he was unable to go further. The girl thereupon called another cab, and told the second driver to accompany her to the house of an uncle to receive his money. The min got into the cab with her, but when he heard her say that the uncle lived at Vin- cennes, he refused to go with her, and had her taken to the guard-house. There it was ascertained that she had no resources and no uncle, and that the officer for whom she pretended to be seeking was with his regiment at La Fere. It was further ascertained that the girl, although extremely young, had taken to evil courses. The tribunal, thinking she had acted without discernment, ordered her to be detained in a house of correction until she shall attain her 20th year. The City of London Corporation has at length come to be convinced of the necessity of rebuilding Blackfriars bridge. A new bridge is also contemplated between Blackfriars and Southwark bridges, opposite to Old Change.
CARMARTHENSHIRE INFIRMARY. House Surgeon's Weekly Report for the week ending Oct. 6. r Remining.sinee last Report. 16 | g w J Admitted since 2 } 3.2 I Discharged cured and relieved 1 ) [^Do. Incurable. 0 J Remaining -17 J Remaining since last Report ?g? A g j Admitted since 6 61 ?'??Dischargcdcm'edandrolieYed 12 ( 12 OfS ?Dicd o.}? Remaining.?? -52 MEDICAL OFFICERS FOR THE WEEK. Physician, Dr. Bowen; Surgeon, Mr. Hughes. COMMITTEE.— Rev. D. A. Williams, Chairman Messrs George Davies, G. Bagnall, J. J. Stacey W. G. Thomas, R M. Davies, S. Tardrew, Rev. Dr. Lloyd. J. W. White, Secretary. LATEST PRICES OF RAILWAY SHARES. — Price 1V Share E. s. d Lancashire and Yorkshire EIOO pl 84 0 0 London and North Western £ 100 sh EIOO I)d 117 10 0 Great Western Cloo sli Eloo pd. 95 2 6 Midland Counties 1;100 pd. 76 0 0 London and South Western 1;100 pd. 88 0 0 SouthEastern £30 pd. 72 10 0 South Wales £ 50 sh £ 50 pd 40 5 0 PRICES OF THE FUNDS AT FOUR O CLOCK EACH DAY. (Tii.jFri Sat. M Tu. jW* 1;;tnk Stocic d- ,I — j j— j— 3 per Cent. Reduced |— — — ?— — I — 3perCcut. Consols.?Oa.?'00?00 99? lOO?nO? Indi? Bonds !j|87 87 85* 87 ?84 |S7 New 31 per Ccnt,?— 18 J— !— j— Bank Long Annuities j— 6,4 )6? — India Stock.¡'/28() 1280 276 j- 12761278 Exchequer Bills -1170 I?. 70 70 !71 ?73 Ii!
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, t "1 h CARMARTHEN.—?r/M?, the Pha;Btx (s.), Jack- '? son, from Bristol, with sundries: Industry, ?<?\ Evans: Towy, LG?':s: Jane, Stephens, from ,g\Lf ? DancHy, with coals: Jean, Adamson, from ?"'4?'?*?,X?*?a Ireland, in ballast. Sailed, the Phoenix (s.), Jackson, for Bristol, with sun- dries.
WANTED a strong active youth, from 18 to 20 years of age, as an Assistant in a General Provision Shop, who would make himself generally useful. Apply, stating saluy and reference, to Mr. David Dtvies, Clydach Iron Works, near Abergavenny. T I fA M INS & BRSGSTOCr.E, DEALERS IN FOREIGN WINES, CARMARTHEN, HAVE now in Stock, PORT and SHERRY WINES, of t.-IL the choicest Vintages. St. Peter-street, October 6th, 1852. KINGTON. MRS. AND MISS LENEY beg to announce to their Friends and the Public, that they have removed their School from Hawthorn House to the centre House, on the Terrace, being a more commanding and airy situation, and the late residence of their predecessors. Young Ladies are liberally boarded and educated at £18 per annum, including laundress. Kington, October 5th, 1852. CHURCH UXIOX SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OF SAINT DAVID'S. OTICE is hereby given, that an exhibition of Twenty Pounds tenable during the usual term of residence at St. David's College, is now vacant. Divinity Students wishing to become Candidates for the same are requested- to signify their intention to the Rev. D. A. Williams, Car. marthen, 011 or before the thirtieth day of October instant- The exhibition is open to the whole Diocese of Sai!it D a vid's. The candidates will have to undergo an examina- tion into their respective qnalifications by the College Au- thorities, who will select such persons as they think the best qualified and entitled to the privilege. D. A. WILLIAMS, Hon. Secretary. Carmarthen, Oct. 7th, 1S52.
LIVERPOOL versus MILFORD HAVEN. To the Editor of the Welshman. The astounding intelligence which has just reached us of the disastrous contingency to which the great Port of Liver- pool is exposed—no less than the almost complete barring up of the Mersey, and the destruction of its navigation, owing to the shiftings and accumulations of the Sand Banks, similar to that which has already occurred to the once flourishing Port of Chester, on the Dee, and Ol1r neigh- bouring town, Kidwelly a confirmation of which we have in the fact of the Marine Surveyor of the Port of Liverpool, being now anxiously engaged in the removal of the Buoys, and in a fresh survey and charting of the Harbour; and only a few days ago a fine ship, the Mobile, bound to New Orleans, was lost on the Blackwater Bank, with only a part of her crew saved. This extraordinary and territic contin- gency to which Liverpool is now beyond all question ex- posed, and with it the interests of all the manufacturing districts which make her their Port of transit, must instantly concentrate the attention of our great Railway projectors and commercial men upon Milford Haven, which invites the commerce and trade of the whole world into her tranquil and capacious bosom, free from all dangers of the land or the sea. Not one word need now be said to urge the Directors of the S'mth Wales Railway Company to push on to completion the construction of their Railway from Carmarthen to Neyland point, at Milford, or to encou- rage the energetic men who are interested in the formation of the Railway from Carmarthen to a junction with any line which leads to Manchester, to obtain their Bill this Session of Parliament. Not a moment should be lost, as it is a matlepatent to every man of common observation that when the lines of Railway communication are completed to Milford, coupled with the establishment of the great steam- ers which are in contemplation-there can be nothing to prevent Milford Haven becoming in all respects the first port of the kingdom, and to which insurances can be effected at much lower rates than to the channel ports, which may be also said of freights, lights, port charges, &c., to say nothing of that important item connected with the shipping interests Dispatcli and Security. Of course I am ignorant of the untoward circumstances which may have prevented Mr. Drunel from overcoming the discreditable delay in the opening for public traffic of the Railway to Carmarthen- but if the same wretched tardiness continues with respect to the completion to Milford, he will subject himself to the severest censures of the public, which, as a professional man, he cannot wisely treat with contempt. Yours truly. Carmarth, en, Oct. 7, 1852. I I C"ma"h'n: JAMES BAGNALL. I
RAILWAY COMMUNICATION THROUGH ¡ CARDIGANSHIRE. To the Editor of the Welshman. I SIR,-I fear the amalgamation" suggested by your correspondent Shareholder" is impossible. Without undertaking to be the exponent of Mr. Bush's views I think I may venture to pronounce a decided opinion against the possibility of co-operation on the part of Mr. Bethel. Mr. Bethel appears to have already abandoned hit original line through the Minsterley Valley, for if he were to sacrifice his constituents in the remaining portion of it, all his engagements up to the present moment must be violated. He is fully committed to a line starting from Shrews- bury passing through Machynlleth, and terminating at Aberystwith. He can therefore take no part in the adoption of a route via Llanidloes to Llangerrig. If, however, Mr. Bush should approve your correspondent's suggestion, the North and South Wales line may be con- tinued from Tregaron to Cwmystwith and Llangerrig, whenco I would humbly submit it should be carried, not to STireict- bury, but to Oswestry. Your correspondent, like the promoters of other schemes for Railway communication in this district, directs his atten- tion to Shrewsbury, as the most convenient point I pre- sume for approaching Manchester or the North. But I shall be able to show that Shrewsbury has no claim to bo placed on a main line from Carmarthen, or rather from Milford, to Manchester, and as figures are more convincing than assertions, I subjoin an analysis of the respective dis- tances between Carmarthen and Manchester, as set forth by the several lines now before the public. To this I will add for the sake of contrast the particulars of the route via Os- westry. !« Welsh Union." From Carmarthen to Llanidloes 69 Llanidloes to Shrewsbury 41 Shrewsbury to Manchester. Slj 1911 2. Leomiuster route as proposed by a corres- pondent "CIYlS." From Carmarthen to Shrewsbury 116 Shrewsbury to Manchester 8H 200t 3.—North and South Wales, and Shrewsbury and Aberystwith. From Carmarthen to Aberystwith 54 ￼ Aberystwith to Shrewsbury 71 Shrewsbury to Manchester g? 2G 2cgi 4.—North and South Wales as far as Tregaron, thence to Llangerrig and Oswestry. From Carmarthen to Lampetcr.??. 28 2S Lampeter to Llangerrig 39 Llangerrig to Oswestry 39 Oswestry to Chester 2? Chester to Manchester 39i 168i The line I propose is consequently— 26^ miles shorter than the Welsh Union 32i do. Leominster route -11\ than the North and South Wales and Shrewsbury and Aberystwith I will not enlarge upon these facts-they speak for them- selve-i I have the honor to be, Sir, Your most obedient servant, EUREKA. Carmarthen, Oct. 5th, 1852.
BIRTHS. On Sunday the 2Gth ult., the wife of Henry Norton, Esq., Greenhill, of a daughter. On the 27th ult., the wife of Mr. D. M. Thomas, printer, llhosmaen-street, Llandilo, of a daughter. On the 2d instant, at Sccthrog-house, near Brecon, the wife of W. W. Manning, Esq., barrister-at-law, of a daughter. On the 23th ult., at Abernant, Glyn Neath, the wife of Mr. Lewis Thomas, of a daughter. On the 27th. ult., at Neath, the wife of Mr. Egbert Moxam, of a daughter. On the 4th instant, at the Lamb, Neath, the wife of Mr. Jenkin Griffith, of a son. On the oth instant, the wife of Mr. T. Grainger, landlord of the Swan, Neath, of a daughter. On the 6th instant, the wife of Mr. D. Smith, ironmonger, Neath, of a daughter. MARRIED. On the 6th inst., at the Tabernacle Chapel, by Mr. John White, Registrar, Mr. T. Furlong, Relieving Officer, to Amelia Antonia, youngest daughter of the late John Evans, Esq., of Trevelyn, Pembrokeshire. On the 2nd instant, at St. Sepulchre's Church, London, by the Rev. James Jackson, Vicar, Mr. Richard James, of Aberystwith, to Anne, daughter of Mr. C. Marshall, of Aberystwith. On the 21th ult., at Llangadock, by the Rev. T. Davies, Vicar, Mr. Edward Thomas, of Caejenkin, to Miss Thomas, of the Bear Inn, in the town of Llangadock. On the 30th ult., by special li-eense, at St. James's Church, by the Hon. and Rev. WiUiam Scott, rector of Maidfeu New- ton, Dorsetshire, Colonel Henry Aitcheson Hankey, of the King's Dragoon Guards, to Ladv Emily Georgiana Arabella, widow of the late Richard Pennefather, Esq of Knockeevan, and sister of the Earl of Glengall. On the 30th ult at the parish church of Bosh-jry, bv the Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, Robert Baskerviilc llickards Mynors, eldest son of Peter R, ink arirs Mynors, Esq., of Trc- ago, Herefordshire, and Evencoyd, Radnorshire, to Ellen Gray, only child of tho Rev. Edward liiggius, of Bosbury House, in the County of Hereford. DIED. On the 7th instant, aged 26, Hester, the youngest daughter of Mr. David Hopkin, wheelwright, of Pensarll, near this town. On the anI instant, aged 33 years, at his father's house, at Llangadock, Mr. Morgan Thomas, of Gosport, chemist and druggist. The lamented deceased had attained to great eminence in his profession, and his kind and amiable dis- position had ensured him a large circle of friends, who now sincerely sympathize with his sorrowing relatives, and deeply regret the removal thus early of so useful a member of society, but their loss is his gain—his end was peace. On Wednesday last, at Newcastle Emlyn, in the 64th year of her age, much regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends, Anna Eliza, relict of the late Mr. Edward Pridham. chemist and druggist, of the above place. On the 29th ult., Mrs. Morgan, wife of Morgan Morgan, Esq., Llwyncynhyris, near Llandovery, aged 51. On the 30th ult. at Oxford House, Tenby, Louisa Susan- nah, relict of the late George Thompson, Esq., and daughter of the late lie v. John Lyster, D. D. On the 1st instant, at Narbcrth, aged 75, Elizabeth, relict of the late D. Gwynne, of Rushacre, Pembrokeshire, for- merly Lieutenant in the Royal Carmarthenshire Volunteer Corps. On the 30th nit., Amy, the eldest child of Mr. John Gillett Monk, Inland Revenue Officer, Cardigan, aged 3 years. On the 4th im-tant, aged 21, Mr. John Jones, son of Mr. Thomas Jones, of Pendre, Cardigan, ropemaker. On the 4th instant, very suddenly, Thomas Charles, Esq., solicitor, of High-street, Cardigan.
TEETH. I MR. EDWARD KING, SURGEON DENTIST, may be -L'-L consulted on aH cases relative to Dental Surgery, at MRS. EVANS'S, Stationer, Cross, CARMARTHEN. Residence—The Watton, Brecon. Carmarthen, Oct-7th, 1852. TOWN OF TENBY,—PEMBROKESHIRE. ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD iNVESTMENT. MR. GEORGE HARRIES Has been favoured with instructions to offer for SALE by PCBLIC AUCTION, At the White Lion Hotel, in Tenby, on Wednesday, the 27th of October, 1852, at two o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to conditions then to be produced;) ALL that capital and commodious Messuage or D molling- House, Shop, Garden, and Premises, situate in the Norton, in the improving and fashionable Town of Tenbv, called MILFORD HOUSE, now occupied by Mr. John Phelps, Draper. The Auctioneer most respectfully begs to call the attention of persons desirous of investment to the above Property, as it has recently been put in thorough avid substantial repair; the situation is delightful, commanding extensive Views of the Bay of Tenby and of the surrounding picturesque Country. The Premises will be sold, subject to a Lease thereof, granted to Mr. Phelps for a term of 30 years from Lady- day, 1850, at the annual rent of £ 55, with the option of determining the same at the end of the first 7, 14, or 21 years, upon giving Six Mouths previous Notice. For permission to view the Property apply on the Pre- mises and for further particulars, to the Auctioneer, or Mr. William Lock, Solicitor, Tenoy; or to Messrs. D. Tho- mas and Banks, Solicitors, Brecon. Brecon, 24th Sept. 18.32. BRECONSHIRE. ABERYSKYR FAWR, WITHIN THREE MILES OF BRECON, XE.R THE MAIL ROAD TO TRECASTLE. Important Sale of a Herd of upicanis of 80 Hereford Caille, Powerful Cart Horses, Colts, Nags, and Ponies, icith above 100 Close-Woolled Loicland Sheep, Bacol. and other Pigs. WILLIAM JONES Has been favored with instructions from the Proprietor, Evan Williams, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, On the Premises, at Aberyskyr Vaw)", On Tuesday, the 12th day of October next, commencing precisely at one o'clock, a.:n.. fTlHE above carefully selected STOCK, comprising 32 JL Cows and Heifers with calf and in-calf, 7 Yearling Heifers, 4 two-year old Steers, 4 do. Spayed Heifers, 12 Yearling Steers and Heifers, 19 Calves, 2 prime ,!?fers, 12 the Pure White-Faced Herefords; 9 young and powerful Cart Horses, I two-year old Cart Colts, 2 veri" useful Cob Horses, and 2 handsome Ponies; 70 prime Close-woolled Lowland Ewes, 30 Fat Wethers fit for Butchers; 20 strong Bacon, Store, and other Pigs. Three months credit on approved bills. — Refreshments on the Table at eleven o'clock. The Auctioneer begs most respectfully to invite Public attention to the above admirable Stock. Mr. Williams, the Proprietor, regardless of expense for a great number of years having made it his study to select the highest-merited Bulls for the improvement and perfection of his splendid Herd of Cattle. His other Stock, on inspection, will be found to possess considerable merit; and having now rented the Estate, is induced to Sell all without any reserve. CARMARTHENSHIRE. In the ad-mired & Picturesque Vale of Towy. THE BRYN HAFOD ESTATE. MR. GEORGE GOODE Respectfully begs to announce that he has been favoured with instructions to submit for Sale by PUBLIC COMPETITION, At the CAWDOR ARMS, LLANDILO, on SATURDAY, the 6th day of NOVEMBER, 1852, rTIHE BRYN IIAFOD DEMESNE & ESTATE, a most Jc- desirable Freehold, with Family Residence, beautifully and deliglitftill* v situated in the rich an., picturesque Vale of Towy. Th House is erected upon a pleasing elevation, embracing views of undeniable beauty and interest, having Dynevor Castle, Golden Grove, Middleton Hall, Grongar Hill, and Dryslwyn Castle, and the rich Vale of Towy, with its meandering river, as objects of admitted admiration. The Estate contains upwards of 133 Acres of rich and pro- ductive Land, w.th an excellent Mill, which always com- ductive a plentiful supply of water, and is, with a4iut 11 Acres of the Demesne, yielding an annual rent of £ 55 per annum; on the Estate are also several Cottages, a Black- smith's Forge, &c. This desirable Property is situated in a fine Sporting Country, and within half an hour's walk of the Towy river, so celebrated for its Salmon, Sewin, and Trout Fishing. The Estate, which is prettily timbered, is distant three miles from the Market and Post Town of Llandilo, and within 12 miles of the Market and Post Town of Carmarthen, which latter place has the advantage of Railway communi- cation. The Carmarthen and Gloucester Mail and other Coachei pass and repiss daily, within half a mile of the house. Printed particulars and conditions of sale may be had on application to Messrs. Trinder and Eyre, Solicitors, 1, John- street, Bedford Row, London Geo. P. Price, Esq., Solicitor, Llandilo; D. Davies, Esq., Froodvale, near Llandovery; and Mr. George Goode, Land Agent and Auctioneer, at his Offices, Carmarthen, and at all the principal Inns in South Wales. CARDIGANSHIRE. Important Sala of well-bred Dairy Cotes, Youitn Stock of different ayes, Sheep, Pigs, Carriage and Draught Hortes, Ponies, Carriages, Gig, Capital Coburg Cart, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Implements of Husbandry, and other valuable Effects, At Troedyraur, near Newcastle-Emlyn. Mil. GEORGE GOODE Is favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, on Tuesday, the 19th day of October, 1S52, AT THE ABOVE PLACE, flTMIE under-mentioned very valuable Stock of Cattle, Jt herp and Pigs, Carriage and Draught Horses, Ponies, Carriages, Harness, Implements of Husbandry, &c. &c., The Property of JAMES BOVEN, Esq., who is about to take up his Residence in England. LIVE STOCK. The valuable Live Stock consists of Ten very superior Milch Cows, 1 well-bred Bull, 13 two-years old Steers, 4 in- calf Heifers, 12 Yearling Steers and Heifers, and 12 Calves, all of the pure Castlemartin Breed 30 Sheep of the South- down Breed capital Boar Pig, a Sow with litter, and several Store Pigs of the pure Berkshire Breed, and six capital Work Horses. Also the IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, consisting of Carts, Ploughs, Harness, &c. &c. RIDING AXD CARRIAGE HORSES. A very superior Mare seven years old, a remarkably clever Hack, steady and very fast in Harness, a remarkably clever Cob Horse, rising seven years old, steady in Harness, and an excellent Hack, a superior Horse, s ix years old, a good Hunter, and very clever in Harness; pair of capital Car- nage Horses, and several very handsome Ponies, Carriages, Harness, &c. A neat light Phaeton in good condition, Coburg Cart, and a neat light Gig Sets of Double and Single Harness seve- ral Gentlemen's and Ladies' Saddles, Double and Single Bridles, &c. &c. Also, a large assortment of other valuable Effects, com- prising Dairy and Brewing Utensils, &c. &c. The Sale to commence at 11 o'clock.—Long credit will be given on approved security. GRASS LAND. On Friday, the 22nd of October, will be let, several Fields of Grass Laud, part of Troedyraur Demesne, and also the whole of the Farm of Dolegoch. Carmarthen, September 22nd, 1852. CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF FREEHOLD ESTATES. MIv. GEOHGE GOODE Is favoured with instructions to submit for sale by Public Auction, at the BLUE BELL, Conwil, On MONDAY, the 18th day of OCTOBER, 1852, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, f IlHE under-mentioned valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, JL which will be Sold in Nine Lots, as follows :— NEWCHURCH PARISH. All that very desirable and well situated Farm, with good Farm House and Premises, called GLANFROOD, otherwise BLAENFROOD, containing by admeasurement 53.a 2r. 34p., be the same more or less of excellent Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, now in the several occupations of Shem Roes and Mrs. Evans, at rents amounting together to £6 per annum. LOT 2.-All that Tenement with Dwelling-House, Farm Yard, and Premises, called PLACEBACli, also situate in the said Parish, and separated from Lot 1 by the old Turn- pike Road leading from Carmarthen to Conwil, containing by admeasurement 32a. 3r. 32p., be the same more or less ot Meadow, Arable, and Pasture Lands, now in the several occupations of Jonathan Phillips and Mrs. Evans, as Tenants at will, at rents amounting to JE19 10s. per annum. PARISH AND VILLAGE OF CONWIL. LOT 3.-All that old «.nd well-established Ir.n and Pro mises, with excellent Garden and valuable Meadow, situate in the Village of Conwil, now in the occupation of Mrs. Ed- wards and the Rev. T. Rowlands, as Tenants from year to year, at the low annual rent of 1:21. LOT 4.All that Dwelling-house and Premises also situate in the said Village of Conwil, now in the occupation of John Davies, as Tenant at will, at the low annual rent of £2 10s. LOT 5.-All that other Dwelling-house, Garden and Pre- mises also situate in the said Village of Conwil, now in the tenure and occupation of Rev. Thomas Rowlands, at the annual rent of £5 10s. LOT G.—All that other Dwelling-house, Yard, and Pre- mises also situate in the said Village of Conwil, and adjoin- ing Lot 5, now in the tenure and occupation of John Evans, at the low annual rent of £ 4 10s. LOT i.-All that other Dwelling-house, Yard, Garden, and II Premises, situate in the said Village of Conwil, adjoining Lot 6, now ir. the tenure and occupation of the Reverend Daniel Evans, at the low annual rent of L4 10s. and also a House adjoining, now unoccupied, but late in the occupa- tion of Hester Thomas, at the annual rent of £1. LOT 8 -All that other new Dwelling-house, Garden and Premises, situate in the said Village of Conwil, and adjoining Lot 7, now in the tenure sud occupation of Thomas Davies, a.t the low annual rent of X4. LOT 9.-All that old-established Smith's Forge, together with New Dwelling-Bouse, Yard, and Prunises also situate in the said Villageof Conwil, at .i adjoining. Lot 8, now in the tenure and occupation of David Thomas, Smith, at the low annual rent cf JL4 10s. The several Tm&nts Of tupvir.g ihe Farms in the parish of Newchurch, will shew their respective holdings; and the several Hou=es, Ac., in the Villaee of Con" ii, n.ay be viewed on application to Mr. Joseph Lewis, Crnwil; and further particulars may be obtained 011 application to Messis. Parry and Harries, Solicitors, Carmarthen: rr to Mr. Geo. Goode, I Land Agent and Auctioneer, at his Offices, Guildhall-square, Carmarthen. TESTIMONIAL TO LORD DYNEVOR. A MEETING of the Subscribers to this Testimonial and of persons interested in promoting the same, will be held in the Grand Jury Room, at Carmarthen, on Thursday, the Twenty-first day of October instant, at one o'clock p.m., when the description of Testimonial to be presented to his Lordship will be considered in the terms of the resolution made by the Committee on the Twenty-second day of July last. Persons who have subscribed or are desirous of doing so are requested to pay the amount of their subscription to the credit of Daniel Prytherch, ESQ., Treasurer, at Messrs. Morris and Sons, Bank, Carmarthen. GEORGE SPURRELL, Hon. Secretary. King-street, Carmarthen, October 7th, 1852. To Farmers, Builders, Shopkeepers, &c. flee. IMPORTANT SALE OF Farm and Furnishing Ironmongery, Agricultural Imple- ments, China, Cables, Anchors, Ship and other Castings, And all the costly Machinery and Patterns lately in use at the extensive Establishment of MR. THOMAS LLOYD, IRONMONGER, CARDIGAN, WHO IS RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. AS the whole of the above valuable Stock will be dis- jtL posed of without any delay at considerably reduced prices, purchases may be effected on more, advantageous terms than are likely to present themselves again for many years. Also for Sale, all that est, nsive and compact Premises, situate in Mwldan, on which the above Manufactory has been carried on, having a river frontage, in excellent repair, arm particularly adapted to the business of a General Merchant, Maltster and Public Brewer. For further particulars and Catalogues apply to Mr. Thos. Lloyd, Cardigan. DESIRABLE < INVESTMENT IN LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. TO INNKEEPERS AND OTHERS. ro BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY JMR. DAVID 3LEWIS, At the SKINNERS'ARMS, in the Tmnî of ArEKTsrvriTK, Oa WEDNLSD4.S, 0c?cii^%t:¥hf-20th, 1842, At the hour of four in the afternoon, (subject to conditions,) ALL that Commodious and weH-arraneed House and A, Premises, known as the TALBOT HOTEL, situated in Market iStrect, Aberystwith, consisting of G Sitting Rooms, 16 £ Bedrooras, 2^Kitchens,^ underground Cellars, and requisite Offices. There is also good Stabling, a con- venient Yard, with Coach House, Granary, and other suitable O,lt-buildings.-To,,ctlier with the adjoining Dwel- [ ling House, now in the occupatioivof Mr. Richard Meddins, at the annual Rent of Fourteen Pounds. The whole are held under a Lease granted by Col. Powell, M.P., for a term of years, 40 of which remain unexpired from the 12th"of May last, at the yearly rent of. £ 20. The above flotel being situated in the centre of the much- frequented Watering Place, Aberystwyth, and opposite to the Corn Market, is well adapted for carrying on a first-rate business,Jand affords an opportunity for investment rarely to be met with in this part of the Principality. For further particulars apply to John and Hugh Hughes, Solicitors, Aberystwyth; Mr. Morgans, Abercwrn- dole; Mr. Richard Jones, t15ryncweu; or to Mr. David Lewis, Auctioneer, Aberystwyth. CARMARTHENSHIRE HUNT. AT a Meeting of the Subscribers to the Carmarthenshire Hunt, held at the Boar's Head, in this Town, on Wed- nesday last, J. W. BOWEN, Esq., in the Chair. The Accounts of the last season having been examined and found to be in a satisfactory state, there being sufficient funds, calculating on a few defaulters to make up the jE250 promised by the Subscribers to the Master, W. R. H. Powell, Esq., It was moved by George Goode, Esq and seconded by R. M. Davies, Esq., that the balance of 1:50 due to Mr. Powell be paid by a Cheque on the Treasurer, and that the sum of 10s. be paid for pos!ages and stationary for the last year, which was unanimously agreed to. The experience of the past year having shown the necessity of a Secretary to manage the affairs of this Hunt, it was proposed by E.B. Gwynne, Esq., and seconded by Mr. Goode, that Thomas Parry, Esq., be asked to take the office, and Mr. Parry consented to undertake the duties fur one year, and he was appointed accordingly. Resolved, that all subscriptions be paid to the Secretary above, and handed by him to the Treasurers. All the Subscribers^ present having paid down their Subscriptions for the ensuing season, the Secretary is re- quested to communicatefowith the absent subscribers, requesting them to pay theirs immediately. Resolved, that the Master be asked to make the first meet of the season on Thursday, the 21st instant, in the immediate neighbourhood of Carmarthen. Resolved, on the motion of Mr. Goode, seconded by Mr. Gwynne, that the_tnembers of the Hunt dine together on the above day, at the Boar's Head, at 6 o'clock, and that Mr. Powell be invited to honour them with his company. Ordered that a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to the Master. Proposed by Mr. Gwynne," and seconded by Mr. Parry, that the thanks of this Meeting be given to the Chairman for his able conduct in the Chair, which was unanimously carried with acclamation. -————————————————————————————————————. WEST OF ENGLAND LIFE & FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED AT EXJETEB, 1807. Office for the Metropolis, 20. Bridge-Street, Blackfriars. Empowered by Act of Parliament. CAPITAL, £ 600,000. TRUSTEES Right Hon. Earl Fortescue I Sir T. D. cland. Bart.. M P Right Bon. Earl Morlev j Edward Di%,ett, Esq M P Right Hon. Lord Clifford Samuel T. Kekewich/Esq. LIFE INSURANCES. TB^HIS Company offers to the Public, besides thf Securhy of an ample paid up Capital, a Bonus of 80 per Cent. or four-fifths of the Profit to the Assured for LIU,) aid up- wards, every successive period of Five Years. The Share of Profits allotted to each Policy may be added to the sum insured, and payable at the deatn of the Life,— or its present value in cash may be received,—or an equiva- lent reduction of the future Annual Premium obtained at the option of the assured. Assurances may be effectcd nt a lower rate of Premium. without a participation of profits, FIRE INSURANCES Are effected by the Company at the usual Reduced Rates and a moiety of the Profits is distributed every Fifth Year, on Policies for £ 300 and upwards. The Forms of Proposal, and Prospectuses detailing the other advantazes of the Company, may be had on application to the Chief Office, or to either of the Company's Agents. CHARLES LEWIS, Secretary. Exeter, September, 1852. AGENT: Carmarthpn Mr. George Spurrell. Application for Agencies, in Towns not at present repre- sented, to be made to the Secretary. LEGAL AXD COMMERCIAL LIFE AND FIRE I ASSURANCE bOCIETIES. OFFICES. 73, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. ADVANTAGES offered to Assurers by these Societies. C LIIE-One Hundred Pounds will be paid to the Wi- dow, Children, or other representatives of any person as- surrd- At Age 2", for £1 18 3 a-vear.. I At Age 3."), for £ •> in 9 a-vear 30, fur 2 2 10" 40, for lj 10 BONUS declared on the 31t Decr-mher, lS50, to Assurers on the Participating Scale as follows — A\ al i Sum Annual Bonus iRoduct. ot l'i eniiuvn for Commt. Assured Premium. added, (.the j yrs. end. Dec., 1855 40 1500 48 16 3 81!8"0 8 .K) 0 44 1000 ?7 !34 65 16 0 7 7 0 51 )Mt) 71 12 G 125 6 0 16 8 0 544 1 ?-3000 ?77 12 6)?1016 -Q.J 45 6 0 56 F, IRE-All extremely hazardous risks are excluded. LOWER HATES of Premium are therefore charged on various important A REDUCTION of 50 per cent.- 4s made on the seventh year's premium of all policies continued for that period. Losses settled liberally and promptly. Policies falling due at the present term should be renewed within fifteen days after quarter-day, For full particulars, apply to any of the uader-mentioned Agents — Place. Agents. Medical Examiners. CARMARTHEN. Mr. JOHN WHITE H. EVANS, Esq. Abergavenny.. Mr. H.Thompson C-M. Ashwin, Esq. Alergele W.Evans John Williams, Aberystwyth.. Messrs. Parry and R. Gilbertsun, Attwood Bangor Mr. John Aronson Dr. John Roberts Barmouth J. J. Jones F. P. Davits, Esq. Brecon Wm. Games F. Armstrong Bridgend Edw. Loveluck John Williams, Brynmawr Richard Jones.. Caerphilly Thomas Reynolds D. S. Edwards, Carnarvon. John Thomas. ltobert Connell, Cardigan William Thonas.. W. l,ane -Nuot., Corwen Rich. Williams, Conway. Peter Webster Robert Jones, Criekhowell Henry Evans Evan Parrv John Jones. Evai. Pierce Dolgelley G. J.Williams,Esq Wm. Williams, Fcstitiiog James Cooper Flint Joseph Evans. Peter WiMiams Fiohguard Wm. Griiffths. Forden T. Smout Haverfordwest. Messrs. Greenish and Dawkins Geo. Miller," Hay. Mr. H. Clia-. Llovd.. Holyhead C. E. Ashwo.th.. Peter Williams, Lampeter J. Havard Jones.. "Williani Lh>}d, Llandilo. D. Mon is Thomas HenrvEpdwel!? Llandyssill. Ebenezer Jones..john'J?nfs, 'j olles LlandoHry John James David Thomas, Haneiy Robe i t W. White. D?Ld Dd?ics Llangollen C. Richards, Esq John Price,' Llanrwst Mr. Edward Jones Win liufhes Machynlleth C. James Lloyd Dr L'ovd Merthyr Tydvil Messrs. Matthew Bro- i)r. LioNd tlicrs T. J. Dyke, Mold Cain Parry, Esq W. Williams, Narbcrth J uv, n0 n Neat" T. 11. Wood (Craig Fawr) II. Green. Newcastle-Em. Tm.o1hy Thomas James Thomas, Newport. W. T. H. Phcips, Esq. Pembroke Mr. W. Trewent J. W. Payutcr, Port Talbot David Jenkins j Pwllheli Edw. Auwyl John G. Jones, R DaviJ Williams Price J ones, Ruthin John Pierce Thos. Prytherch, Swansea John Tripp, Esq. W. II. Michael!, Tenby Mr. Thomas Thomas. Trcm- ￼ c c D. J cues Row. Williams, Towv u Robert Jones i olili Welshpool. Edward Price ^;e\ham J, Edw. Townc, Esq W. llovvlands
I COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. I Michaelmas Quarter Sessions, 1852. NOTICE is hereby given, that the next General Quar- ter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Pembroke, will be holden and kept at the Shirehall, Haverfordwest, on Tuesday, the Nineteenth day of October instant, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, when all persons summoned to attend as Jurors, Bailiffs of Hundreds, and persons bound by Recognizances, to appear thereat must attend and answer to their names; and all persons having Indictments to prefer or Appeals or Traverses to try, or any other business to transact, are required to attend. And Notice is hereby given, that the Court will commence the business of the sp.id Sessions, with the trial of Prisoners, and the several Magistrates of the said County are theiefore requited to direct their Clerks to transmit all Depositions IInù Recognizances taken before them, to the office of the Clerk of the Peace, three clear davs before the commence- ment of the said Sessions: if taken after the time mentioned, such Depositions and Recognizanes to be returned not later than half past nine o'clock in the morning of the commence- ment of the said Sessions, in order that the respective Bills of Indictment may be prepared; and also the Magistrates' Cierks and Attorneys practising in the said Court. are re- quested in all cases of appeal to be heard at the said Sessions to transmit to the Cierk of the Peace for the infor- mation and guidance of the Chairman, copies of the examin- ation upon which the removal is grounded and the grounds of appeal seven clear days previous to the Sessions; and also the Court wiil at two o'clock in the a:ternoon of the same day proceed with the business relating to the assess- ment, application, and management of the County Rate. LUNATIC ASYLUMS. And Notice is hereby given, that at one o'clock in the afternoon on the first day of the said sessions, the Justices assembled will in accordance with the provisions of the Act St h and Oth Victoria, chapter 100, intituled "An Act for the Regulation of the care and treatment of Lunatics," proceed to appoint three or more J ustices, and also one Physician, Surgeon or Apothecary or more, to act as visitors of every or any House or Houses Licensed for the reception of Lunatics within the County of Pembroke. FINANCE COMMITTEE. And Notice is hereby also given, that the Finance Com- mitte-e will attend at the Shirehall, Haverfordwest, on Mon- day, 'the dav of October instant, at twelve o'clock at noon, for the purpose of auditing the County Accounts and ail persons having demands against the County are required o attend such Committee at the time and place appointed. W. VAUGHAN JAMES, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. Clerk of the Peace's Office, Haverfordwest, October 4tb, 1852.
REVISION OF THE LISTS OF VOTERS FOR THE County of Car-narthc:i.-IS S' NrOTICE is herebv civer., that WILLIAM ROBERT GROVE, and H KNRY GEORGE ALLEN, Esquires, Banisters Lav. duly appointed 10 revise the lists of voters in the election of kniahts of bhire for the county of Car- marthen, or one of them, v it; make a circuit of the said county, and hold courts for the purpose of revising the said lists, at the several places and times following that is to say,— At LLANELT.Y, :.t the Magistrates' Room, on Saturday, the 9th day of October next, at eleven o'clock in the fj, ( loon, for revising the hits of voters in the several parishes of Lhnedy, Llanelly, Llangennech, Llauol1, ar: Pcmbrey. AtLLAXDIIO-FAWK, at the Town Hall, on Monday, the 11th day of October next, at elevrn o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters in the several parishes of Bettws, Brechfa, L'anarthney, LlanùclJip, Lkmdefeisant, Liandilo- [awr, Llanegwad, L'anfihanrrei-Aberbythich, Llanfvnvdd, Llanhnangcl-ciliargcn, anel Llangathen. At LLANDOVERY, at the Castle Inn, on Tuesdav, the 12th day of October next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, fnr re- vising the lists of voters i.i the several p-irislies of Cilvcwm, Liar,din gat, Llanddausaint, Danfairarybryn, Llangådock: Liansadwrn, Llanwrda, and Mothvev. At LLA,S.I-WLL, at the Black Lion Inn, on ednesday, the 13th day of October next. at eleven o'clcck in the forenoon, for revisin g the lists of voters in the several parishes of Conwil .-Ca ;o, Lilatfi,iztnzcl-!hos-y-co, n Llansawel. Llan- llwny, Llanvbyther, Llanvcrws, Pencarreg, and Tullev. At NE"« CASTLE-EMLYN, at the Salutation Inn, on Thurs- day, the 14th day ofo-tobernext,at eleven o'clock in the fore- noon, for revising the lists of voters in the several parishies of Cenarth, Cilrhedtn, Llanfihangel-ar-arth, Llangeler, and Penboyr. At CARMARTHEN, at the Shire Hall, on Friday, the 15th day of October next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters in the several parishes of Llangunnor, Abergwillv, Abernant, Conwil Elvet, St. Peter in Carmar- then, Llangain. Llangunnock. Llanlhwddog, Llanpumpsaint, Llanstephan, Merthyr, Newchurch, and Treleach-ar-bettws. AtLLANGENDEiiiNE, at the Farmer's Arms, in the villageof Llangendeirne, on Friday, the loth day of October next, at three o'clock in the afternoon, for revising the lists of voters in the several parishes of St. Ishmael, Kidwelly, Saint Mary in the Borough of Kidwelly, Lianddarog, Liaudefeilog, and Llangendeirne. At SAIXT CLEARS, at the Swan Inn, on Saturday, the 15th day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters in the several parishes of Eglwys- cummin, Eglwys-fair-a-cherig, Egremont, Henilan-amgoed, Kiffig, Cilymaenllwyd, Llanboidy, Llandawke, Llandilo- abercowin, Llandowror, Llandissiliu, Llangan, Llanginning, Llanglydwen, Llanfihangel-abercow in, Llansaaurnen, Llan- fallteg, Llanwinio, Laugharne, Laugharne Township, Mar- ros, Mydrim, Pendine, and St. Clears. And the lists of voters for any parish, township, or place, not hereinbefore mentioned (:f any; will be revised at the nearest court to the same. N. B. The overseers of each parish, township, and place must attend, as required by the act, at the opening of the court at which the lists of their respective parishes, &c., are hereby appointed to be revised, and bring with them copies of their lists and all notices of claims and of objections, and other papers which they have received concerning the regis- tration of voters for the Countyjof Carmarthen. CHARLES BISHOP, Clerk of the Peace. September 13th, 1&52.
SECRET SORROW—CERTAIN HELP. In Six Languages; — Forty seventh Edition. Illustrating the new made of treatment adopted by Lalle- manrl, Ricord, Deslandes, and others of the Hopital des Yeneriens, a Paris, and now uniformly practised in this country by WALTER DE ROOS, M.D., 35, ELY PLACE, HOLBORN HILL, LONDON, THE MEDICAL ADVISER, on the various disqualifying forms oi premature decay result- ing from infection and youthful abuse, by which the vigour and manliness of life are destroyed, even before the powers of nature are fully established. It contains also Chapters on the aratemi, and physiology of both sexes (illustrated by numerous coloured engravings,, with the Author's observations 0:1 Marriage, its duties and hin- derances. Plain directions for the attainment of health, vigour, and consequent happiness thus readerin it, what its name purports it to be, the medical friend of all who may be suffering from tbtf consequences of early error,—a Work which may be con- sulted with every assurance of benefit. May be obtained in a sealed Envelope through all Booksellers at 2s. Gd., or to avoid uirKculty, will be sent direct from the Author, Post free for Postage Stamps: and where seerecv is necessary, it may be addressed in any name, or In initials only to be left at any Post-office till called for. Agent for Carmarthen, Mr. Whit", Chemist,&c., Guiidh-tll-square Soidatsoby Gilbert. 49, Paternoster llow Strange, 8, Amen Corner; Collins, 113, Fieet-street: Hannay, 63, and Sanger, 150, Oxford streei. London: Jones, 5, Paradise street, Liverpool; Hev- woo'l, 170, Dean's Gate, Manchester; Raimes and Co., Leith Walk, Edinburgh; Campbell, ;jH, Argyll-street. Glasgow; Powell. Westmoreland-street. Dublin, and obtainable by order of ail Booksellers and Medicine Vendors. REVIEWS OF TIIE WORK. Just the book evrry holy ought to read one-1 in their life, and the sooner the better we say."—Pioneer. "The information therein conveyed is really essential to those of either sex v. ho contemplate marriage."—Record. "tt contains precisely the information too often studiously kept from the young and thouglit'ess.—However the knowledge mugt come some time, and happ) i- the person who does not be- come its p issessor too late.— Politician. NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED. From many ears' experience at the various hospitals in London, and Oil the continent. I)r. De Rous is enabled to treat with the utmost certainty of cure, every variety oi disease arisin" from Solitary habits Excesses and infection, whether primary or se- condary, which, from neglect or improper treatment, frequenth end in Gravel, Rheumatism, Indigestion, Debility, Skin Diseases Pains in the Kidneys, Back and Loins, and a "linserin"" lainiul death! The lamentable neglect of these diseases by the naioritv of medical men, and their attempts to cure bv the use of those dangerous medicines—mercury, cjpaiba, cubebs, fee., have pro- duced the most distressing results. Sufferers therefore will do well to apply without delay to Dr. De Hoos, who guarantees a speedy and perfect cure, without the above medicines, thus pre- venting the possibility of any further symptoms. This truth has been borne out in thousands of instaiiees and, he further gua- rantees to cure th,- most inveterate case in as ihort a time as it consistent with safety, without hintterance from business, or change of diet, &e. Lasting benefit can only be reasonably expected at the hands of the .judicious practitioner, who departing from the routine of general practice, devotes the whole of his studies to this class of diseases. And to those who can show their possession of the requisite qualifications, the utmost confidence may be extended. Welsons in the Country will be minute in the detail of their Cases; and to prevent trouble, no letters from strangers will be replied to, unless they contain £ 1 by Post-office Older, or other- wise, for advice ar.d medicines, which will be sent to any part of the win Id, securely packed from observation or accident. Patients corresponded with until cured. Females, on ail occasions, attended to with the most honourable secrecy. Post-office Orders to be made payable at the Ilolborn Office, to Dr. Walter De Hoos, 35, El:, Place, Ilolborn Hill, London, where he may be consulted from t to. 1, and 5 till t:, Sunday excepted. A cure effected or the money returned. Those deemed incura- ble are particularly invited. THE CONCENTRATED GUTTLE YIT.E. or Life Drops, are un- parailelled for their efficacy in renovating the impaired powers of life, and re-invigorating the fraine-iii cases of nervous and sexnal debility, as also purifving the blood from all poisonous infections, the abuse of mercury, and from secondary symptoms, such as swelling of the bones, loss of hair, decay of teeth, eruptions on the head, face, and body, enlarged and sore throat, threatened destruction of the nose, palate, inc. To those persons who are prevented entering the marriage state by the consequence of ear) y errors, they are invaluable, and lor all complaints incident to fe- juales they have an established reputation. Price 4s. (id. and I Is. per bottle, or four lis. quantities in one large bottle for 33s., by which I Is. is saved. PAINS IN THE BACK, GRAVEL, LUMBAGO, Rheumatism, Gottt, Indigestion, Flatulency, Head Ache, Nervousness, Debility, Stricture, Gleet, c. DR. DE ROOS' COMPOUND RENAL PILLS, as their name Renal (or file kidneys) indicates, have been long estal,)iisbed as a most safe and ellicaciou* remedy for the above dangerous complaintt. dis- charges of auy kind, and Diseases of the kidneys and Urinary Organs generally, whether resulting from imprudence or otherwise, which, if neglected, frequently end 111 stone in the blad- der, and a lingering death. For Depression of Spirits, Blushing, Incapacity for Society, Study, or Business. Con- fusion, Giddiness, Drowsiness, Sleep without Refreshment, Fear, Nervousness, and insanity itself, when iuisins from or com- bined with Urinary diseases, they are unequalled. Bv their salu- ,ar3 -,ction in c?rrpctinp ti?c and acidity ot the stomach, purifviu" ,mu promoting t,?e n'nal secretions, they prevent the formation of stone, and establish the healthy functions of all these organs. OVK TRIM, will convince the most sceptical OF their surprising properties. Price Is. ]\'l.,2s. 9d., 4s. Cd, lis., and 33s. per box, through .11 Medicine Vendors, A considerable savin, faceted by pur- chasing the larger sizes CAUTION. There being highly injurious imitations of these Medicines emanating from a self.stv led doctor, who copies this announcement, sunerers will do well to see that the stamp affixed to each box am. hPttle is a bona fide Government Stamp, bearing the words Walter 1). Roos, London," in white letters on a red ground, and to guard against the recommendation ot the spurious iirticles, or any other medicine, bv unprincipled V enders, who thereby obtain a large piv.iit. TO PR"N-E-T THE PUBLIC :FROM FRAUD Her Majesty's Hoi.ojrat ie 1 0..imisgioners of Stamps have directed the name of ?r!et0r t0 b(? enPraved on the Government Stamp atExej to hw • m iicwri':Ci-nej, wi.thout which, .cone eanpi ?ssibh be 6 genuine, and his wittiollt lvbich. none Cali 1)4ssibl.i. be gt!nuiz)e, and ^*r' 'White, Chemist, Guildhall Square, Carmar- .1 Shum, Chemist. Urec?u; Pri?. Brothers, ru?t- ?thce, tb-!?gend; Wa'ter'i?t?nax, chemist, (opposite Angel) P!er- 'r' ¡ILams, chemist, IIi?h.?treet. Catdman; Davies, che- ) ?-.st, j o Pott,?r, ?craid C:?ce, Havetfordwest; Tn'- wet??. chen.ist, Pembroke: Thomas Fvli" chemist, Iiigh Street, S,W\jS, and obt?'?De Uu'jugh all Medteme VeRde's. Of whom also may be had •• THE MEDICAL ADVISER." r- R.houhl difficulty aiise in procuring any of the above, by sending th" amount byPost-otEcc Order, or Stamps, to :;), Ei3 j ) i hice. Uutborn !íi:t, London, they will be 6ent secureh packed to j_any add less.