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IMPOR TA NT SA LE BY A UCTIOV. C-70 be olb bV Auction, ATKAEHIAW FAw'Xl, Near the To-: zi of Cardigan, Ox THURSDAY, THE 191 II DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1835, WITHOUT RESERVE, A LL the STOCK, CROP, IMPLEMENTS OF nL HUSBANDRY, HOUSEHOLD FURNL TCHE, DAIRY AND BREWING UTENSILS, &c„ at that place, late the Property of BENJAMIN OWEN, Esq. deceased. The STOCK consists of 2ft prime Milch Cows, 1 Cow and Calf, 2 fine Bulls, 8 two year old Steers, 12 in Calf Heifers, 22 Yearlings, aud 22 Catves, all of the pure Black or Castlemartin Breed 10 capital Draught Horses 3 Draught Mares with foals at their feet, by Morning Star; I handsome Pony, with a foal at her feet, by do. 1 Chesrmt Puny, thirteen hands high, a good roadster 1 Mare, rising five year old, out of a Pony by fielvilei-e; 1 Filly, rising three year old 4 Yearling Colts, out of good brood Mares; 30 Sheep; 3 Sows, with pigs after them 2 Sows in litter; and 20 store l'igs. The CIWP consists of 1 Rick of lay flay, I Rick of Wheat, 5 Stacks of do., 10 Stacks of Barley, 11 ditto of Black and White Oats, ail well-harvested, and 6 Acres of Potatoes. The IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY consist of Carts, Ploughs, Harrows, two ChatF-entters, Roller, &c. The Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing tttell- sils, with various other articles, are too numerous to particularize. Upwards of a Ton Weight of Excellent Cheese. On the same day will be Sold, a yood SA.\D BOAT, now lying at Pwllcam, near .Maenian Faivr aforesaid. The Sale will commence precisely at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.-Long Credit will be given on approved Se- curity. TO FASfSI.^ISS *& 'Ssy ?C ?) S ?<- -t ?'' N ''M?*-?a' & Mt d a i !? TRAVELLING, RIDING, PROMENADING, or in Excur- sions on the WATER, are recommended the following Articles as indispensable for personal comfort and at- traction :— ROWLAND'S KALYDOR Is extracted from the most beautiful EXOTICS, and war- ranted perfectly innocent. It protects the F:jl'e and Skin from the baneful etrlcts of the Sun and Dust—as Sunburns, Tan, Parched Lips, Freckles, Harsh and Rough Skin, and an unpleasant Heat of the Face it also completely eradicates Pimples, Spots, Redness, and ail Cutaneous Eruptions, transforms even the most Sallow Complexion into Radiant Whiteness, imparts a beautiful Juvenile Bloom, and renders the Skin delicately Clear and Soft. In cases of Stings of Insccts, &c. it imme- diately allays the most violent inflammation, and renders the skin delightfully cool and refreshing. After Ba- thing, it protects the Skin from the injurious effects of Salt Water. Price 4s. Cd. and 8s. 6d. per bottle, duty included. Botoiattss'iS sfUiWassgar 19t1, A VEGETABLE PRODUCTION, is the only article that produces and restores Hair, also WHISKERS, 31USTACHiOS, F.YH-Di.OWS.&c. pre- vents Hair from falling oil or turning grey to the latest period of life; changes grey hair to its original COLOCR, frees it from scurf (J'ld dandriff, and makes it beautifully SOfT, lTHLY, and GLOSSY. In dressing iUllR, it keeps it firm in the curl and decorative formation; un- injured by damp iveatlwr, crowded rooms, or in the exer- cise of riding. To children,At is invaluable, as its appli- cation lays a foundation for a beautiful Head of HAIR. Cai-ttion.-To prevent imposition on purchasing, ask for Rowland's Maeasscr Oil," as some shopkeepers offer for sale a spurious article (calling it the geuuine,) under the lure of being cheap. The lowest price is 3s. 6d. the next price is 7s.—10s. 6d. and 21s. per bottle. ROWLAND'S ODONTO, OR PEiRL DENTIFRICE, 4 Vegetable lVMte Powder, cW>lpased of the most rare ingredient Is a never-failing remedy for every disease to which the Teeth and (Jams are liable—rendering the former beau- tifully wltite and itnifoi-iii while to the latter (fudng an Anti-Scorbutic,) it imparts a beautiful healthy red removes tartar from the Teeth and prevents Hum H.-i/s affords an fragrance to th, breath; cleanses Artificial Teeth, and prevents them changing colour; and it is also extremely pleasant to the mouth after FEVERS, or taking Medicine. Price 2s. 9d. per box, duty included. G;tDTI trnlf 1;rØè1T!a For immediately relieving the most violent Tooth-Ache, Gum. Roils, Swelled Face, Sfc. Price 2s. 9d.-4s. 6d. and 10s. 6d. per bottle. 11 1) \51:L:i1l.Ð For the Head-Achej BY EXTERNAL APPLICATION. Price 2s. 9d. per bottle, duty included. te-4T Observe—Each of the above Articles has the nam.' and Address of the Proprietors, A. ROWLAND Sf SO.V, 20, IIATTOV GARDEN, LONDON, printed in red on the Wrapper in which each Article is enclosed. Impostorsi imitating them sign A. Rowlandson, leaving out the &. Sold by them, and by their appointment, by W. Evans and Co., (guildhall-squam, Carmarthen. Gfb@ SH wd1œ@lliJ]) 00 T 9 4 N Old Established G,?neral WOOLLEN and i L?EN DRAPERY CONCERN.—Tins a?'ord. in eligible opportunity to any person wishing to embark in the above Business. —For particulars apply to JAMES VIEYJ.ER, Haverfordwest. No-e;. her 5th, 1835. COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. XJIIA; £ I>:XJO DISTRICT OF TURNPIKE ROADS. Paotlce is hereby given, T HAT the TOLLS to be taken in the Year to I commence the 31 st day of December next, at the following Toll-Gates within the snid District, caliod bv the respective Name* of F >'A IR-FAC H, LL AN 1) Y Rl E. AMM AN BRIDGE, TRK-FAC.H, LLAEÐY-rOREST GATE, and BRYNLLOI GATILS, will oe LET BY AUCTION, to the best Bidder, at the TOWN-HALT,, in the T.J\n of LLANDTLO, on Saturday, the 12th of I !< ,.tnher next, be- tween the hours of Two and Four o"{.'h;k in the After- noon of the same Day, in the manner directed by the Acts passed in the Sd and 4th Ye,¡! of the Reiyn of his late Majesty King George the IV., For Regulating the Turnpike Roads;" which Toli, produced the present Year, the several Sums hereunder stated, above the ex- pences of collecting them, and will be put up accordingly Whoever happens to he the best Bidder, must, at the same time, give a Bond, with sullicient Sureties, to the satisfaction of the Trustees, for payment of the Rent agreed for, and at sueb times as they shaH direct. Ffair-faeh, L t'bie, Amman Bridge, and Lla.icdy-rorest Gate 42 Brynlloi Gates 60 CALEB JONES, Clerk to the Trustees. Llandilo, Nov. 10, 1835. BRISTOL & TENBY. PEMBROKE, NARBERTH, HAVERFORDWEST, and MILFOllD, Are distant as follow from Tenby, to and from which place there are excellent and regular conveyances for Passengers and Goods:—Pembroke, 10 miles; Nar- berth, 10 miles; Milford, 18 miles; and Haverford- west, 18 miles. HIS MAJESTY'S WAR-OFFICE turn Varltttt  ??E??E?mSTa?', JV. REES, Cum inrm der, Is intended to sail as follows, during the month of November, 1835. DAYS AND HOURS OF SAILING: From BRISTOL to TlCXIiY. I Muini^y, Nov. 7?!!)orn. Monday, >Tev. 16, li .ifur. 1! 7) i ;\Ionday, Nov. 30, 2 after. From T EX n 1" to BRISTOL. 1N i -i Wetieesd-iv, Nov. i, morn. Wednesday, Nov. 2.'>, H mom. Wednesday, fee. 2, 3k morn. FARES:— TF.NBY.-Cabin Passage, '21s. 6d.; Servants in the Children under 10 years, half-price. Steward's Fees for Ladies and Gentle- men, Is.Gd. Children and Servants in the cabin, 9d. each. One llcrse 4-wheel ditto, ^t'l 12s. <5d. Gig, ^1 5s. Horse, £ 1 5s. Dogs, 3s. Fat Cattle each, 12s. Store ditto, 10s. Two-year old ditto, 7s. 6d. Yearlings, 5s. Pigs, 2s. Sheep, Is. Cd. Lambs, Is. Female A tenrlance.-Refreshments of the best descrip- tion may be bad on board.—Carriaices, Horses, and Live Stuck shipped with care and attention. Horses and Carriages to be Shipped Two Hours before Sailing. AGENTS.—TERRELL and SONS, 33, Rack, nristol and the Bristol Steam 1' icket Co., No. 1, Quay, Bristol; S. PADLEY, Strand, Swansea; RIDDLE and YOUNG, Neath; and Mr. HUGHES, Cobourg Hotel, Tenby. All Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts without delay, when addressed to either of the STEAM PACKET OFFICES, BRISTOL. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet will not be accountable for any Cabin Pasenger's Illlg- gage, (if lost or damaged.) above the value of Five pounds; nor for any Deck Passenger's IJUIap, (if o:;t or damaged,) above the value of 20s. unless in each case entered as such, and freight in proportion paid for the same at tin; time of delivery, nor wiil they be answerable for any other parcel above the, value of 40s. (if lost or damaged,) unless entered as such and freight in propor- tion paid for the same at the time of delivery. IMPORTANT TO THE AFFLICTED. DR. CUILIEBB-ITEID PEARL 0;1;-iT ;if1!XT, Vndrr the- sanction and of fmhivnt Gentle- men "I the Facu'li/, and patronized by the Nobility, OR the Cure Clergy, Gentry, ij-c. ar 3 In- IT'OR the Cure of Cancerous, Scrofulous, and In- ][ dolent Tumours, and Inveterate Ulcers Glan- dular Affections of the Neck, Erysipelas, Scurvy, Evil, RING WORM, SCALD HEAD, White Swellings, Piles, Ulcerated Sore Legs (ifof 20 years standing) Chilblains, Chapped Hands, Burns, Scald., Sore Nipples, Bruises, Grocers' Itch, and all Cutaneous Diseases; also an infallible lí emtly for Sore, Weak, an. 1 Diseased Kyes. In several Gout and Rheumatic Cases it has proved highly beneficial. in every one of the above distressing Complaints, this invaluable Ointment has effected the most triumphant cures after all other means had failed. In addition to the testimonials of surgeons, Si certificates by far too numerous for publication, the following certiifcate from that eminent and distinguished practitioner, Charles Ashton Key, Esq, Senior Surgeon ot (iuvV Hospital, London, cannot fail to establish the confidence of all p-rsons in this excellent re- medy and the Proprietor strongly recommends all Fami- lies, Schools, and Grocers never to be without it. WONbERFUL TESTIMONIALS. From the nitmerou,, certificates which I have seen of tbe efficacy of Wright's Pearl Ointment, I have been induced to try it in several severe cases of Porngo, Her- petie Eruptions, the ulcus exedens, and some other fomis of obstinate cutaneous disease, and I am able to bear tes- timony to its great util tu. (Signed) "C. A. KEY." Guy's Hospital, London, Jan. 23rd, 1833." Sold in Pots, at 2s. 9d. and 4s (id. each, by the Pro- prietor, ZACCHEUS HUNTER, 44, Webber Row, Blacktriar's Road, London, and by all respectable Me- dicine Vendors and Druggists in the United Kingdom. N. B. Be careful to ask for Dr. W l ight's Celebra- ted Pearl Ointment," as there is a spurious article offered at is. ltd, (the genuine never having been sold under 2s. lid. and 4s. 6d.) and notice particularly that the late Proprietor's Name, A. Hawkes, Dudley," is engraved on the Government Stamp, and :,¡ued with red ink on the bills of directions by the present Propri- etor, ZACCHEUS HUNTER. As nmchmischief is frequently produced by the indi-criminate use of strong purgative Medicine, the Pro- prietor strongly recommends I)R. WRIUHT's FAMI- LY CATHARTIC PILi-S, prepared from the Doctor's private Recipe, which will be found so gentle in their operation, that Females under every circumstance, and even children may take them with the greatest possible advantage and safety. Sold in Boxes, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each. To Sportsmen, Coach Proprietors, Carriers, Farmers, Inn-keepers, Dealers in Horses, Sfc. WaiaWright's Staffordshire Cordial, And Royal English Medicine for Horses, A Certain CURE for STAGGERS, GRirBs, &e. rI -Ili E Reputation of this celebrated Medicine is so permanently established that it is known to be the only hope and sure dependence in many Diseases of Horses. Those, however, to whom it is at present un- known, are requested to make trials in the most dange- rous stages of the above complaints, as well as in Colds, Coughs, Fevers, &c. which will at once convince them that it is a Medicine of extraordinary power and value, and may justly be considered a Public Benefit.— During the Hunting Season no Sportsman ought to be unprovi- ded with it, a single bottle having saved the life of many a valuable Hunter, after a severe day's chase. There are spurious Imitations of this Medicine it is therefore necessary to ask for IVainwright's Staf- fordshire Cordial, which is sold wholesale at No. 10, Bow Church Yard, London; and retail by all the prin- cipal Medicine Venders, Price 2s. 6d. the Bottle. Of whom may also be had, Atkins's Composition for Destroying Rats and Mice, Which is allowed to be the most effiaciotis Preparation ever yet discovered, for speedily extirpating these per- nicious Vermin from Corn Stacks, Barns, Stables, | Dwelling Houses, Mills, Malt-houses, Granaries, &c. Price 2s. Cd. a box. SHI OBEY, MEAD\ to he advanced on good security the -?' sum of f300. Apply to Mr. Brown, Solicitor, Llanelly. Llanelly, Nov. 10, 1835. JHiBSTIB'Sr BESSfEEaiaiKTSa ,J.tJ. -lJ;I u.. J.1' .lLl ..1U.fj ) (Ct1"mit aim Druggist, (From Hockin's Ks tub I is h inert t, Duke-street, Manchester Square, London,) GREAT DARK-GATE STREET, AREB/Y 3XWITH, BEGS most respectfully to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of Aberystwith and its vicinity, that he has purchased Mr. Wiekfiam's Business, and that every attention will be paid to the selection of London Drugs and Chemicals, and especially to the dis- pensing of Prescriptions, which will, he hopes, ensure him a share of public patronage. Genuine Teas, Fish Sauces, Pickles, &c. of every description. Medical Hall, Nov. 9, 183o. Frank's Specfiic Solution of Copaiba- A CERTAIN and MOST A SPEEDY CURE, for all URETHRAL DISCHARGES, OLEETS, SPASMODIC STRIC- TURES IRRITATION OF THE KIDNEYS, BLADDER, URETHRA, aud PROSTATE GLAND. From JOSEPH HENRY GREEN, Esq., F.R.S., one of the Coun- cil of the Royal College of Sur- geons, Surgeon to St. Tiionits's Hospital, and Professor of Surgery in King's College, I London. "I have mad* trial ot Mr. PRANK s Solution of (;0- paiba, at St. Thomas's Hospital, in a variety of eases of discharges in the male-and female, and the results war- rant my stating, that its an efficacious remedy, and one which does not produce the usual unpleasant effects of Copaida. (Signed) JOSEPII HENRY GREEN. "46, Lincoln's luu Fields, April 25, lSo.5." From BRANSBY COOPER, EM)., F.R.S., Surgeon to Huy's Hospital, and Lecturer on Anatomy, &c. &c. "Mr. BRANSBY COOPER. presents his compliment to Mr. GEORGE FRANKS, and has great pleasure in bearing testimony of the eiTicacy of his Solution of Copaiba in Gonorrhoea, for which disease Jlr. COOPER has prescribed the Solution in ten or twelve cases with perfect success. "New-street, Spring Gardens, April 13, 1835." From WILLIAM HKSTSCH, ivsq., Hmse Surgeon to the Free Hospital, Greville-street, Hatton-garden. My dear Sir,—I have given your Medicine in very many eases of Gonorrhoea and Gleets, some of which had been many months under other treatment, and can bear testimony to its great efficacy, I nave found it to cure ia a moch.shorter time, and with more benefit to the general health, than any other mode of treatment know of: the generality of cases have been cured within a week from the commencement of taking the Medicine, and some of theiu in less time than that. Have the goodness to send me aiiot lit-i- supply. I am, dear Sir, yours, very truly, (Signed) "WILLIAM HENT^CH. Greville-street, Hatton-garden, April 15, 183.5." Prepared only by George Franks, Surgeon, 90, Blaek- friars-road, and may be had of his agents, Barclay and Sons, Farringdon-street, London at the Medical Ifall, 51, Lower Sackville-street, Dublin; oFJ. and R. Rnimes, Leith-walk, Edinburgh and of all Wholesale and Retail Patent Medicine-venders in the United Kingdom. Sold in bottles at 2s. 9d., 4s. (id., and lis. each. Duty in- cluded. CAUTION.—To prevent imposition, the Honourable Commissioners of Stamps have directed the name of "GEORGE FRANKS, Hlackfriars-road" to be engraven on the Government Stamp. N.I;Titt- Medical Profession, Hospitals, and other Medical Charities, supplied as usual from the Proprietor. IN THE STATE OF V I It k-I IN I A. AN IMMENSE FREEHOL3 TEmiTOEY, In the immediate vicinity of Navigable Rivers, Main Roads, Rising Towns, and go-jd Markets, suited to all those whose means are limited, and icho would emigrate suc- cesfsully. MR. GEORGE ROBINS is directed to an- iV.i- nounce, that he wiH SUBMIT by PUBLIC A,"CTIt)N, at tlitt Mart, in London, on THURSDAY, Decemberat Twelve o'Ciock,and UNRKSKRVEDLY, in suitable Lots, varying from 500 to 5,000 Acres each, ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT FREEHOLD ESTATES that has ever been offered to the consideration of the GREAT AND MODERATI) CAPITALIST. This will probably appear to the reader at first as some- what astoundingreflection will soon persuade iiirn the observation is made advisedly. EruigTatian has an become every-day occurrence, where the prospect of success hath at least much of uncertainty to restrain the adventurer. In the proposed Sale it would be difficult to suggest a doubt, and the arrangements of the Lots hath wisely contemplated an opportunity, whereby the small es well as the large capitalist will each secure advantages pro- portionate to tl.dr means. It is no speculation, no theo- retical operation, where doubt can operate on the mind, to which pubiic attention is now directed and earnestly invited. It must, when well digested, be classed as a CERTAIN MEANS of ACQUIRING WEALTH WITH- OUT IUSK, by MEANS of TALENT and INDUSTRY. It is worthy of the consideration not only of theafiluent, who do not dislike to increase their ways and means," hut THE LITTLE CAPITALIST, WITH TWO OR THREE HUNDRED POUNDS, will not be excluded from this competition, and may possess Farms of at least 590 acres. At the present mo- ment, when it is found so difficult to employ capital with a probability of moderate remuneration in England, the present opportunity is held out with an assurance that, unlike the visionary follies of years fortunately gone by, it is most anxiously wished that the adventurer, ere he appears at this sale, will sift to the bottom every doubt or uncertainty that ingenuity can present and unless one and all give way to the mighty conviction, which proclaims as morally certain the advantages he'd out, then, and in such case (one approaching to impossibility), he will do well not to enter this field of competition, en- terprise, and fortune. THE ESTATE CONSISTS OF 105,000 ACRES OF VALUABLE LANDS, IN TWO TRACTS, ADJOINING EACH OTHER, purchased under circumstances without any parallel. The plans and surveys which have been most caretully taken, and mapped with an accuracy well worthy of En- glish imitation, will show at one view the precise situa- tion, the entire tracts being ON THE GREAT NAVIGABLE IUVER ELK, FOR FORTY MILES ON THE SOUTHERN BANK, which the traveller knows flows through and fertilize extensive tracts of land, discharging its waters into the Oiiio thus joining the Western and Northern States by the most magnificient and extensive line of INTERNAL COMMUNICATION in the WHOLE WORLD. The increasing prosperity of the adjacent States, both in wealth and population, amply attest the value of that communication for the interchange of the productions of agriculture and commerce. The natural and social ad- vantages of THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, the most central and civilized of ALL THE AMERICAN UNION, are known and fully recognized. It may not be out of place to state, that since the stream of emigration has so strongly flowed every yeai to the United States from all parts of OVER-PEOPLED EUROPE, the opportunity presented to all and every class of capi- talists, farmers, mechanics, and labourers, each in their separate capacity, to become the holders and improvers of the best, lands in America, is one of very, very rare occurrence, remembering always that they are almost EXEMPT FROM TAXES, UNENCUMBERED BY ANY PUBLIC DEBT, and allowed the most unshackled FREEDOM OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP. The Legislature of Virginia has recently passed an Act for a VAST RAILROAD, intended to pass through the centre of these lands. FIVE MILLIONS FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS have been subscribed (one half by the State) to form this railroad, which, when completed in five short years, will UNITE THE GREAT NAVIGABLE RIVER JAMES, communicating with the Atlantic, to the great river Kanawha, and emptying its waters into the "MIGHTY OHIO." Such is a very faint and imperfect sketch of the pros- pects under consideration. In the meantime the Pro- prietor who is in this country may be personally com- mun cated with and information as to the title may be obtained at the Offices of Messrs. Lawford, Drapers'-hall, Throgmorton-street; also at the Auction Mart; and at Mr. George Robin's Offices, Covent-garden, where the Maps, Plans, and other Particulars may be inspected. CARMAAI ilEN. To Ironmongers, Brap^rs, Grocers, stationers, Draggistag &.c. Co 11r Uft. And entered upon at Christmas next, ALL that, excellent HOUSE, SHOP, and PRE- A AlI?M?, situate in Cuild-HaU Square, now in the occupation of Mr. James Morris, Ironmonger. N.B. The Warehouses, Cellars, &c., are on the most extensive scale, and fit for any Business in the Principa- lity.—Fi»r particular s apply on the Premises. The remaining Stock of Ironmongery now on the Pre- mises will be Suld by Auction on Saturday, the 14th inst., and following days. Carmarthen, Nov. 5th, 1835. Holies is hereby given, THAT application is intended to be made to Par- Tliament in the next Session for an Act to alter, explain, amend, and enlarge, an Act passed in the twen- tieth year of the reign of his late Majesty, King George the third, entitled An Act" for repairing, enlarging, and preserving the harbour of Aberystwith, in the county of Cardigan," which said Harbour is in the Parish of Llanbadarnfawr, in the said county of Cardi 'an, and that it is proposed to take powers by the said intended Act for cleansing, deepening, scouring out, maintaining, and repairing the said lIarbour; and also, to erect a Pier or Piers, Jetty or Jetties, Quny or Quays, and every neces- sary work connected therewith and that it is also in- tended to take power to raise money, as well to pay off the debts now due and chargeable upon the said Harbour, as to enable the Trustees of the said Harbour to carry on and complete the necessary works and also to increase, alter, and extend the tolls, rates, or duties granted and imposed by the said recited Act, and that it is further proposed to take such additional powers as may be ne- cessary to carry into effect the purposes aforesaid. By Order, JAMES & HORATIO HUGHES. Aberystwith, Oct. 31, 1835. F. WUEST, Organ Builder & Pianoforte Maker, From Messrs. BROJDWOOD SF SONG, (Where he was regularly empl-.iye.l Tor many yenrs, and understauda the above Branches thoroughly), 1 ESPECTFULL Y begs leave to rerurn his thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public of the Counties of Pembroke, Carmarthen, and Cardigan, for the patronage and supnurt he has received from them during his five years' residence arnonurst them and he will feel obliged for a continuance of their commands, aud they may rely on having- the work done to their sat i-factioll. He is now at Carmarthen, where he will remain a fortnight,on his return home.—Orders received at Mr. Richards', Organist, and by the publisher of this Paper. Residence, 16, City-road, Haverfordwest. TO BE SOLI) BY AUCTION, 13V MR. JOHN 1)1 VIES, On TUESDAY, the 17th Day of NOVEMBER instant, On the Premises, 175, Pictoa-Terrace, ALL the elegant and modern HOUSEHOLD /?L. FURNITURE, the Property of Mrs. S. MOR- GAN, who is immediately leaving this neighbourhood. The Auctioneer embraces this opportunity of stating that every article will he Sold without reserve, there- fore all persons who may attend will have every chance of purchasing prime articles, all of which being in ex- cellent preservation. N. B. There is a rich-toned SIX OCTAVE PIANO FORTE, by BROADWOOD AND SONS. Catalogues of Sale may be procured forthwith at the residence of the Auctioneer, King Street. The HOUSE TO BE LET, with immediate posses- sion. Apply to Mr. it. Roberts, Draper, near the Cross. t TO TIIE ? L?J < L SU9 ? ? CS) C2) d?Q CS) OF THE BOROUGH OF C-IUMARTMEN. GKNTr.EMEV, ?. I" ANY of my esteemed fri- r> whose opinions ?' & I am accustomed to respect, having expressed a wish that I should accept the office of a Town Coun- cillor under the new .Municipal Act, and my name ha- ving accordingly appeared in a list winch has been put in circulation, I bear to state that I seek no public office whatever, and that it is not my intention to go through the income: ie:it task of a personal canvass; but at the same time, Geuticmen, if you think proper to elect me one of YOllr Council, I shall feel it my duty not only to accept the office, but to do all in my power to promote the interests of the Borough, steadily and persevere- ing'y, without reference to name or party. I am, Gentlemen, Your's respectfully, Nov. 12, 1835. GEORGE BAGNALL.

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