CARDIGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. I The Midsummer Quarter Sessions for this county "'ere held at the County Sessions House, Aberayron, 01, Thursday last, and terminated the same day. The blowing magistrates were on the bench. E. Ll. \VJLLLDlS, Esquire; Chairman; the Very Rev. the Dean of St. David's, Rev. W. North, J. Boultbee, C. Longcroft, A. L. Gwynne, G. W. Parry, J. Hughes, J- B. LI. Phillips, Prvse Pryse, jun., M. D. Williams, T. Jones, J. J. P. Jordan, Esquires, Capt. Saunders rtlid Capt. Prichard. The following were sworn on the grand jury Messrs. John Davies, foreman, Lewis Evans, Evan Jones, Thomas Jones, John Jones, Morgan Lloyd, John Morgan, John Roberts, Aberystwith Morgan Evans, Llanon: Allen Jones, David Jones, Mabus: Owen Jones, Llangrwyddon: Timothy Morgan, Llanddewi Aberarth: Rees Evans, Fronddu Dihewid: David Navies, Llanfihangel Ystrad. The learned Chairman briefly addressed the grand jury—congratulating them that during the presei* fine harvest weather their duties were so light. There was Only one case for trial, and he would take an early op- portunity of dismissing them to their several occupa- tions. lie said he was requested by a member of the court to call attention to the duties of overseers with regard to making jury lists. The lists presented at the last Michaelmas Sessions were very imperfect, particu- larly that of special juries. They would be so good as to mention it to the overseers in their several localities, arid request them to make their lists more complete for the future. Evan Echcards, who represented himself to be a sawyer and a native of Brecon, was indicted far stealing on the 29th of May last, a flannel shirt, the property of Jonathan Davies, of the parish of Llangoedmore. The Prosecutor's wife had put the shirt to dry on the garden hedge, from whence it was stolen by the prisoner and sold the same day for two shillings, to a man of the nittne of David Davies, of the parish of LIgAdugivycld. The prisoner in his defence said, that the shirt was his own property, and that he offered to sell it for nine Pence to the prosecutor's wife, on the day in question. This she positively denied, and swore the shirt to be her husband's property, and to have been made by herself. The jury found the prisoner guilty he was sentenced to ° months' imprisonment with hard labour. Attorney for prosecution, Mr. Amlot; Advocate, Mr. James Parry. A true bill was found against David Jones, an itinerant tinker, for stealing on the 1-jlh day of June last, a pewter plate, the property of Evan Evans, Mariner, Aberayron. Jones is at present at large, having escaped from the police constable who was taking hini down to Cardigan gaol, after his commitment. Attorney for the prosecution, Mr. James Parry. Eenarth, Appellants and St. Mary s Cardigan, Respondents.—This appeal was lodged and respited till the next sessions, on the motion of Mr. James Parry, for Mr. Benjamin Evans. Goqoyan v. Llanychaiarn.— This appeal had been lodged at the last quarter sessions and respited until the present. Mr. John Hughes now moved to confirm the order, with costs of maintenance, &c. Mr. James Parry for Messrs. Parry and Atwood, disputed the respondents' right to make such a motion on the ground that 110 notice of appeal was proved to have been served either before or after lodging the appeal, and that their proper course was to have removed the pauper as soon as they found that no statement of grounds of appeal was served Order confirmed with costs. Ponterwid Bridge.-George Williams Parry, Esq., gave notice that he would move at the next sessions for the grant of a sum not exceeding £ 00 towards extend- ing the battlements and improving this bridge, and handed in the usual certificate signed by two magistrates. Ynislas Bridge.—Geo. Williams Parry Esq., pave a similar notice with respect to this bridge, over the Lery, for a sum not exceeding JEMO and handed in the usual certificate. '0 County Surveyor.—On the application of G. W. Parry, Esq., who said that Mr. D. Williams was prevented by indisposition from attending, the motion for the appoint- ment of a county surveyor, was deferred until the next sessions. Aberayron Lock-up Hoic.-c.-On the motion of John Hughes, Esq., the application for money to enlarge and repair this lock-up house was also postponed to the next sessions. Cardigan oM Gaol. The application for money towards defraying the expense of certain repairs to this building, also stood over to the next sessions. Extension of Ilia County Police.-— G. W. Parry, Esq., Mentioned that he would at the next sessions move that the constabulary force be extended over all the county, the whole to be united under Captain Freeman as chief constable, with the present superintendent and a few additional constables. The learned Chairman congratulated the gentlemen of the upper part of the county on their having come to the determination of uniting with the rest of their brother magistrates with respect to the constabulary force, and he felt confident that they would find it not only far more efficient, but also cheaper than the old system. J. B. LI. Phillips, Esq., handed in a requisition signed by 5 magistrates as required by the county constabulary act & gave notice that he would at the next sessions move for an addition of f20 to the superintendent'* salary. The business relating to the county rates was then Plccceded iiith. J TOPERY AT AKERYSTWITIT.—The Tablet announces that a mission has been established at Aberystwitu, by the exertions of the Rev. Mr. Mahe; and that three Breton priests—to whom the acquisition of the Welsh language, and the adaptation of themselves to the habits and modes of thinking of the inhabitants of Wales present no difficulty-will, with very little delay, set out to take possession of their new and laborious mission. FATAL ACCIDENT.-On Saturday last, the 27th ult., as Mr. David Watkins, shipwright, was at work on the Schooner John and Edward, in the harbour of Aberyst- with, he accidentally fell from the vessel into a boat beneath, and received a serious inj ury on the head. With great effort he walked home and immediately took to his bed, where he lingered in great pain until Monday, the 29th ult., when he expired. He was 63 years of age, and was extremely respected as an industrious upright man.
CARDIGANSHIRE. I f ST. DAVID'S COI.T-r-.GE.-At the general examination ear this year the following of the College have been ejected scholars :—Promoted to the senior class. John iVies, David Lewis, Da\id Banks Price, and John ^ttwston.—Juniors.—Henry Stokes, Geo. G. \Villiams, Dawston.— J H enr y Stokes, Gco. G. Williams, bavid Da\ies, Wm. Edmunds, David Morgan, 1 nomas lewis, David Joseph Jones, Thomas Thomas, and Tho- mas Cornish Pratt. The following members being Natives of Breconshirc or Radnorshire are elected on e foundation of Thomas Phillips, Esq.—David Jones, V ilL Morgan, Breconshirc; Evan Joel Evans, David augban, Joseph Vaughan, Radnorshire. The prize of five pounds for the best examination in the divinity class was awarded to David Evans, senior. That for the best examination in Euclid and Logic to Thomas ])' Pratt.—The Bates prize, to John Banks Price.— h. David Jones Williams, on the ground of his having Passed a very good examination, is allowed to retain his Scholarship. CoRo:\u:'s I:-OQcEsT.-On Thursday last, an inquest "'as held at the Tivy-side Inn, before James Bowen, P,sq., the Coroner for Pembrokeshire, on the body of i iliiain Edwards, whose death whilst bathing we rePorted last week. The body was found near the Slate Quarries at Kilgerran. AVitnesses were examined who Proved that the deceased was drowned while bathing and the Jury returned a verdict of Accidentally drowned. PIIKRIIIWPALE PETTY SESSIONS.—On Tuesday se'n- t, David Bowen, a farm servant at Lochfyu, near llangrannog, was charged with culpable neglect, under the following circumstance. Some time ago he was Employed by his master to watch some horses which Were grazing in a field near to the sea but from his Negligence, as was asserted, a mare fell over the rocks and was literally dashed to pieces. In defence he intended that he had done his utmost to prevent the accident and that his own life had been placed in im- minent danger thereby. The bench took a diffeient liew of the case, and fined him 20s. for the offence. NEWCASTLE E)ILYN.-Tliis town was greatly en- lileried on Monday evening last by the band belonging *° T.Lloyd, Esq., Bronwydd, playing some lively airs In. passing through on their way to Pembrokeshire, With a view of perambulating the boundaries of that gentleman's estates. Three carts which accom- panied them bore strong testimony that they had not left Cardiganshire without being well provided with the good things of this world. CARDIGAN.—At a meeting of the borough magistrates nd inhabitants, held at the Town-hall, Cardigan, on rUsday last, it was resolved to impound all pigs found Straying in the streets, and to inflict a fine upon their o"ners. And also to compel all persons to remove their P'g-styes from the public streets under a pain of penalty fOr neglect. The police received strict orders to ensure It compliance with these directions. CARDIGAN.—SINGULAR Accil)TNT.-On Thursday, Jhe 25th ult., a little boy named John Fletcher, residing 14 this town, was playing in the road when he was k¡¡,ocked down by a horse and cart, and before he could be rescued the cart which was heavily laden passed over I.IS body. There was not sufficient time to lift the poor ltlle fellow from the ground, before a woman on horse- back rode over him, in consequence of the horse starting. IN, hen taken up he was found to be severely injured and two of his ribs broken. No blame appears to attach to either the man who drove the horse and cart or the Ionian on horseback. C On Friday last, as Richard Owen, the postman between Cardigan and Fishguard, was returning from Cardigan ^'th the letters, the poney he was riding fell near Llwyn- 8\'Va.lr and immediately expired. Fortunately the postman Was not injured by the fall, and he continued the journey on foot to Fishguard with the letters. ODD FELLOWS.— On the 24th ult., the St. John's odge of Odd Fellows, had their annual dinner at Ost Wren's, Pendryn Coch, about o miles from ■^■berystwith. The day being remarkably fine, enabled the lodge, after attending divine service, to walk in pro- hssion, preceded by an admirable band of music, over he Gogerddan grounds, the property of Pryse Prysc, "7S(hi M.P., for the Cardiganshire boroughs. While in the lawn before the house, Mr. Pryse came out and had a long interview with Mr. Jenkins, printer, of Aberyst- ^ith, who was prolocutor as C. S., of the district. Alr. Pryse warmly approved of the institution of Odd Fellows, and stated that he and his eldest son Pryse Pryse, Esq., Lodge Park, were Odd Fellows themselves. After this interview, at 4 o'clock, the lodge to the dumber of 90, sat down to a substantial dinner, which ^fleeted the highest credit on Host Wren, and the com- pany, after a delightful day's recreation, broke up before elgllt o'clock.
?l-?"l' 1-1111-1 -I, G L A M O R G A N S III R E SWANSEA SE.\MEN,,y.-The twelfth anni- versary meeting of the Swansea Auxiliary to the British and Foreign Seamen's Society, was held at the Burrows Chapel, on Tuesday evening last, L. LI. Dillwyn, Esq., in the chair. The chapel was decorated on the occasion with the Bethel and other appropriate flags. The Rev. J. Roberts having opened the meeting by prayer and singing, the chairman addressed the assembly, and called upon the honorary Secretary, the Rev. T. Dodd, to read the report for the past year, in which it appeared that about 8,000 tracts, in various languages, had been distributed in this port during the past year, several hundreds of copies of the Holy Scriptures sup- plied at reduced prices, 12 loan libraries were also in circulation amongst vessels bound to foreign parts, and religious services were held weekly for the benefit of seamen. The income of the auxiliary for the past year, amounted to £ 62 7s. Gd., being an increase of upwards of £ 10 on that of the preceding year. SWANSEA NEW BRIDGE.—We have great pleasure on particular enquiry, in correcting a statement which appeared in two recent numbers of this paper. It appears the contractor has been working for some time past, several feet beluw his contract, in consequence of which the eastern bank has slipped down twice—15 of the men on one occasion narrowly escaping being buried alive. These slips we said put the contractor to extra expenses. The fact, however, is that the con- tractor has to bear no portion of these contingent expenses, as he was working at the time about 8 feet below his contract. The work is progressing satis- factorily, the workmanship we believe being of the first order. CADOXTox.-On Saturday night last, Mr. Leyshon, surgeon, who was returning home from Aberdulais at a late hour after attending a patient, was attacked by five men who threw him down and kicked him in a most brutal manner. Upon discovering who the person was they were abusing, they instantly decamped, having evidently mistaken their object. The police have some information of the parties and are on the alert. IVe trust they will succeed in bringing the ruffians to justice. NARROW ESCAPE FROM Diow.NING.Oll Sunday last, a man named David Davies, alias" Two Penny Doll," attempted to drown himself in the Neath Canal, while in a state of intoxication. He was rescued by a man named Parker by the means of a boat-hook. MERTIIYR.—The anniversary of Zoar Independent chapel, was held on Sunday last, when sermons were preached by the Revds. D. Rees, Llanelly, Griffiths, Alltwen, and Evans, of Neath. Liberal collections were made at the close of the services towards defraying the debt of the chape!. During the late heat, a person in Merthyr placed two eggs outside his window, and in about 7 minutes they were nicely cooked. INQUEST.—An inquest was held at the Boot Inn, Aberdare, on the 24th ult., before W. Davies, Esq., coroner, on view of the body of W. Verker, aged 29, who died from injuries he sustained on the preceding day. Verdict "Accidental death." Another inquest was held before the same coroner, and at the same place, on view of the body of J. Williams, who on the 25th ult., fell down in a fit, in Cwmbach colliery, and was instantaneously killed. Verdict as before. Three colliers named D. Davies, E. Lewis, and J. Jones, were severely burned by fire damp, at Cwmbach colliery, Aberdare, on the 26th inst. MERTIIYR POLICE, MONDA y.-Before W. Thomas, Esq.—Two young men were charged by B. Evans, and Maria Jones, with assaulting and attempting to rob them between 11 and 12 o'clock on the preceding night. Complainants were walking along the street leading up to Dowlais, when from 15 to 20 lads commenced an attack upon them, but the two defendants only were apprehended The charge of attempting to rob could not be sustained, and they were discharged. Warrants were issued far the apprehension of the others connected with this affair, who arc to be brought before the magistrates on Wednesday next. Margaret Jones, an unfortunate" was brought up, charged by J. Millard, with stealing from his person the sum of four shillings and six pence, on Saturday night last. Complainant did not appear, she was consequently discharged. TATF VALE RAILWAY.—The double line on this prosperous railway, from the Cardiff terminus to the Taff Vale station, has been opened and in work since Whit-Mondav, to the great convenience of the traders and the benefit of the proprietors and much progress has been made in laying down the rails on the remaining portion of the road. It is a singular and important fact, one that shews how far short of the reality the cal- culations of past days fell, that while the traffic upon the Taff Vale Railway taxes the utmost capabilities of the line to accomplish, that upon the Glamorganshire Canal, which runs almost parallel to it, also increases. The act of parliament governing the latter undertaking limits the dividend to eight per cent. per annum, and it is said, that the company can afford to carry goods for six months out of twelve gratis, and yet realize a sufficient income to pay the whole of the expenses of the concern, as well as the maximum dividend allowed by the act.—Cambrian.
I GLAMORGANSHIRE MIDSUMMER QUARTER SESSIONS. I [From our own Correspondent.] I The general Quarter Sessions of the peace fur this county commenced at Neath on Monday last before the Hon. Sir John Nichol, MP., D.C.L., and the following magistrates :-II. J. Grant, J. D. Llewellyn, F. Fred- I ricb, II. Gwyn, N. C. Carne, W. WiUiaun, P. Price, C. Jaines, Grove, Llewellyn, G. Llewellyn, and T. E. Leach, Esqrs. I COUNTY BUSINESS. The county business was unimportant, and the usual routine of proceedings did not occupy the attention of the bench more than three bonis. The accounts of the governor of the Swansca House of Correction were passed without any remark. A rate of a halfpenny in the pouiiu was agreed to. The Chairman then begged to state that the ma- gistrates were all aware of the death of the Clerk of the Peace, and that Mr. Dalton had been appointed in that gentleman's place. Mr. Dalton, however, had complained to him that the business of the county had increased so considerably as to render an assistant re- quisite. He thought it advisable to leici the matter to the Finance Committee, and that they shall make a report fourteen days prior to the next Quarter Sessions. This course was agreed to. In passing the coroners' accounts, the Chairman observed that henceforward the county would not allow a coroner's inquest to be held upon a dead body which is cast. ashore-ueing drowned. It was agreed that the superintendents of police should from henceforth be allowed the sum of 11 guineas yearly, to be paid weekly, to find their own clothing. It was agreed that Mr. Whittington, county surveyor, should be allowed E40 to repair Rhynniey bridge. The county surveyor's bill, 1;75, was then agreed to. Mr. Llewellyn, Court Colman, begged to propose that all county bridges, and especially Rhymney bridge, should be coped with a large piece of timber and not with stones, because the Mertnjr people appeared to take delight in breaking the coping of bridges. The Chairman suggested that the Clerk of the Peace be instructed to get bills printed and distributed through- out the county offering a reward of L;) to any person who will give such information as will lead to the appre- hension of any person or persons who shall be found breaking down any bridge walls in the county. This suggestion was formed iiit,) a resolitioii and agiced to. Captain Napier begged to inform the court that lie had given instructions to all the police officers to keep a strict watch as to these depredations. Mr. Griffith Llewellyn thought it proper that every constable of each hamlet should also be on his watcn, for he had seen a wall leading from Neath to Britton Ferry, being a distanee of 2 C miles, which had been completely thrown down by drunken persons. The police accounts and some others were next ex- amined, and the court adjourned. I TUESDAY. The court sat at 10 o'clock. J. Griffiths, J. E. Hamilton, and J. R. Wood, Esqrs., qualified as magistrates for the county. The following magistrates sat on the bench :—J. Bruce Price, Esq.; N. C. Carne, Esq.; F. Fredericks, Esq. J- D. Llewellyn, Esq. F. C. Leach, Esq.; G Llewellyn, Esq. and II. Gwyn, Esq. The following gentlemen composed the grand jury :— Messrs. G. Dodd, foreman D. Arthur, N. B. Allen, E. Evans, T. Austane, P. E. French, J. Grainger, W. Ilibbert, M. Llewellyn, W. T. Morgan, J. S. Sutton, IL Thomas, T. Thomas, T. Thomas, P. Jones, M. Whit- tington, T. Jones, It. Morgan, and W. Elias. Mr. G. Sims, agent, Mr. J. Penrose, and Mr. Lewis Griffith, were fined 30s. each, for non-attendance. After the usual proclamation against vice and immortality, the learned chairman addressed the grand jury to the following effect Gentlemen of the Grand Jury .-—I am happy to inform you that the calendar for the present sessions is not so heavy as usual, therefore your labours will not be likely to be of a long duration, neither does it appear to me that any difficulties in the discharge of your duties will be presented to your notice. I am happy to see so many gentlemen of your experience congregated together on the present necasioii. I think it my duty to impose a penalty upon those gentlemen v.ho have not appeared to discharge their duties, for they raust remember that every person ought to do his duty from the highest to the lowest. For the Queen on the throne, and the beggar is equally called upon to do justice to the pro- tection of their country. Although the calendai is rather large, there is only one aggravated case, and which I believe you will have no difficulty in going through. APPEALS. I Llanqathen, Carmarthen5!Úre, v. the ??-M/i. of L???M'<cA.—In this case Mr. Lloyd Hall applied to the court that the order-be quashed, it appeared that the attornies for the respondents had received a letter from Mr. Coke, the attorney for the appellants, stating that they would allow any costs not exceeding 40s., to be taxed by Mr. Dalton, Clerk of the Peace. Order quashed with full costs. Llanrhydian higher, v. Llanrhydi'xn lower.—Order quashed with usual costs. Llanrhydian ZoM-er v. the Hamlet of Clydach, Llan- i gffelack-In this case Mr. Grove appeared for the re- spondents, and said that the appellants had made an offer to pay costs up to the time of abandoning the appeal. He (Mr. Grove) applied to the Court for costs up to the present time. Mr. Richards, for the appellants,said that he had just been instructed by the attorney to inform the Court that they had offered to pay the costs and had written to the respondents for the account but had received no answer. They were willing to pay the costs. Order quashed with costs. IJansamlet higher appellants v. LJansamlet lower respondents.—Mr. Grove for respondents Mr. Richards for appellants. This was an appeal against an order of removal for a pauper and three children to the said Hamlet. Order quashed with costs. Llansbyddir, Breconshire, v. Bishopstoice Goicer.— Respited to the next sessions upon the application of Mr. Allen. TRIAL OF PRISONERS. I Mary Jones, aged 32, single woman, was charged with stealing a loaf of bread and some butter, the pro- perty of W. Jones, of Merthyr. The Chairman summed up in the usual manner, and the jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty. Counsel for prosecution, Mr. Richards. Joh n Samuel, was charged with stealing a quantity of timber, the property of J. Watson, Esq. and others, at Cardiff. Sentenced to one calendar nnnth's imprison- ment at Cardiff House of Correction. James Jones and Thomas Jenkins, were arraigned upon an indictment, charged them with having stolen 3 cwt. of old iron, of the goods and chattels of William Evans, of Cardiff, and one sledge hammer, and half a hundred weight of iron, the property of Thomas Thomas, of Cardiff. Prisoners in defence said that they found the iron in a bag, near the canal side, and they carried it into their boats, and took it to sell. The jury returned a verdict of Guilty. Sentenced to three calendar months at Cardiff, First, second, and third week in solitary confinement. Rachael Evans, aged 16, single woman, was charged for having at Merthyr, on the 28th of April last, stolen one piece of current gold coin, called a sovereign, the property of Job Davies. Police Constable Protheroe proved apprehending the prisoner, when she exclaimed Oh God, I have spent the sovereign, and I will pay 10s. this month, and the other 10s. next month, if you will let me go now." Verdict-Guiltr. Sentence—two calendar months in Swansea Gaol, there to be kept to hard labour. She was afterwards called up and sentenced to six weeks only. Counsel for the prosecution, Mr. W. Morgan. Benjamin Eynon, was charged with having on the 12th day of April last, stolen one silk umbrella and one towel, the property of John iloud, of the Bell Inn, Merthyr Tydfil.—Verdict, Not Guilty. Council for the prosecution, L fr. Moigan; for the defence, Mr. Richards. Patrick Brian, was charged with having on the 2/th day of April last, stolen two silk handkerchiefs, the pro- perty of William Devereaux, of Mertiiyr. It appeared that the handkerchiefs were put on the hedge to dry, and that the prosecutor's wife followed the prisoner and found them in his possession. Several persons gave the prisoner an cxcellent cha- racter. The Jury consulted for a few minutes, and returned a verdict of Guilty, with a recommendation to riorcy. Sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Swansea House of Correction. Patrick, Sullican pleaded Guilty to the charge of stealing a beef's heart, the property of Wm. Price, of Merthyr.—Sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Swansea House of Correction. Hannah Morgan, aged 14, pleaded Guilty to the charge of stealing one Merino shawl, of the value of 10s., the property of Thomas Evans, of Swansea. -Sentenced to three weeks' imprisonment at Swansea. John StOlle Tout, aged 51, labourer, was convicted of stealing one waistcoat, of the value of os., the property of David Thomas, and sentenced to one month's im- prisonment in Swansea House of Correction. Martha Jones, aged 50, charged with having on the Kith of June last, stolen two tea cakes, the property of John Morris. Pleaded Guilty, and was sentenced to one month S lInpnsonment in Swansea House of Cor- rection. William Thomis, aged 13, was charged with having at Merthyr on the 2.5th of April, 1S16, stolen one striped blue shirt and one handkerchief, the property of William Miles, of Merthyr. During the time the Jury were agreeing upon their verdict, the Chairman begged to give it as his opinion that the evidence was not sufficient to convict the prisoner. They afterwards returned a verdict of Not Guilty. Margaret Davies, aged 14, single woman, pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing a silver watch, the property of Wm. Watkins, Dowlais. Sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Swansea house of correction. David Williams, aged 32, labourer, was charged with having on the night of the 7th day of June ult., at the parish of Workswood, Monmouth, feloniously stolen one black cart mare, the property of Thomas Williams, Sentenced to transportation for 10 years. Alice Davies, aged 35, pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing one cast-iron stewpan of the value of Is., the property of John Jenkins, of Hirwain. Sentenced to 3 week's imprisonment. Elizabeth Hopkins, Swansea, was charged with stealing 4 baskets, the property of James Mathews. Mr. Lloyd Hall in a most able speech addressed the jury for the defence. Starling Benson, Esq., of Swansea, stated that the prosecutor was not a man of the very best character. Mr. Grove afterwards addressed the jury for the pro- secution, contending that there was not the slightest blot on the rliaracter of the prosecutor. Verdict not guilty. Mary Ann Morgans, aged 21, a young woman from the locality of China fach, Merthyr, was charged with having stolen one sovereign, thirteen shillings in silver and one cotton handkerchief, the property of Joseph Richards, of Merthyr. Mr. Lloyd Hall in a most able speech addressed the jury for the defence, contending that from the evidence they could not possibly be able to conclude that the prisoner stole the money. The jury considered a few minutes and returned a verdict of guilty. Sentenced to 7 years' transportation. The prisoner was carried out of the dock in a state of insensibility. ??:s D?W, wife of David David, farmer, of Llaniled, near Bridgend, was charged with stealing articles of grocery, the property of Evan Phillips, farmer, of Park- willt. Mr. Hall having addressed the jury for the de- fence, the jury returned a verdict that she took the basket containing the articles, but not with a felonious intent. The prisoner was discharged. The Court adjourned at 6 o'clock to Wednesday. I WEDNESDAY. I The court sat at 12 o'clock. David Roberts, aged 61, labourer, was charged with stealing one crowbar of the value of os., the property of Richard Evans, Joiner's Arms, Cwmneath. The chairman recommcndcd the jury to acquit the prisoner. Edrard Tanner, aged 65, was NViLli I-,tviti g at Trefurcst, cm the 9ih of May last, stolen one pair of cbth boots, the property of Benjamin Jones. The prosecutor did not appear, neitiier did any of the witnesses except the policeman. By the direction ot the chairman, the jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty for want of e\idcnce. William Thomas was charged as a rogue and vaga- bond, and not maintaining his wife and family, who were chargeable to the Hamlet of Dyffryn, Clydach. Mr. Richards appeared for the prosecution, and four previous convictions for the same offence were pro, duced. The prisoner was discharged in consequence of a technical informality in the indictment. Charles Pecs, Swne:1, was indicted for having taken the sum of four pence on the New Bridge, at Swansea. The prisoner had no counsel for his defence. The Chairman requested Mr. Allen to defend him. Mr. J. P. Haddoway examined said, I am a powder manufacturer at Glasgow. I was passing over the Swansea bridge from Briton Ferry, the prisoner came out of the box, and said' Toll, fourpence if you please Sir.' George Cool:, a post boy at the Mackworth Arms, Swansea, corroborated Mr. Iladdoway s statement. P. C. Webb, Police Officer, stated there was no toll ever taken unon this bridge. Mr. Allen addressed the jury for the defence, con- tending that there was no case against the prisolier- The court over-ruled the objections, and the jury returned a verdict of Guilty. Sentenced to one month's imprisonment, at the Swansea House of Correction.
BETTERS TO THE EDIXOit. I TO TIlE EDITOR OF THE V,ELSTIMAN-. I Sm,-I see it printed and published, that a nentle- man who has just come to reside in the neighbourhood of Carmarthen, has been obliged to pay 3s. ,1d, per acre for mowing,whereas lie states he never paid more than 2s. per acre in England." I am at a loss to know in what part of England.only.25: an acre was paid, or to be frank, I cannot help disbelieving the English gentleman. I have employed mowers in seven different counties in En° gland, and never paid so little us two shillings, no nor 3s. 4d. either, however light the crop. I aiii no, paying no more than my neighbours for mowing my meadows, but it is a good dl-al iiiore than the gentleman who Journalises his three and fourpeuny griefs. I have a small farm of which about sixty acres are down for hay, and to the mowers I give 15s. aweek, with as much strong beer, beef, and bread, as they can consume. For lunch they have as much cheese, butter, and ale, as they like to have, and I permit their wiN-c-, to bill them every- day at the dinner table, where they all eat and drink without stint or any limitation whatever. As I said before I but follow the custom of the country. All my neighbours do the same except having the wives to din- ni=i?' Now, I calculate that on an average three men will get down two acres a day, and the difference between the pay of the two shilling gentlemen and mine docs not require a Cockcr to prove. But the assumption, Sir, is the labourer in Wales is paid better than the labourer in England. That is an assumption notoriously at variance "with fact. And if the question of comparative wages be set aside an in- sinuation equally opposed to fact takes its place—an insinuation that the Welsh labourer is over-paid. He is under-paid. I, Sir, am an Englishman, and blush for the man who does not ihow that he thinks the labourer worthy of his hire. I am, Sir, A G I'.XTLSMAN FARMER.
To the Editor of the Welshman. SIR,—Having seen an account lately in your paper of a Dissenting Minister receiving Episcopal "Ordination by the Bishop of Chichester, I presume he is the same indivi- dual who received academical education some years ago a Carmarthen College, then under the management of the late Rev. David Peter. Should he be the same, I think it but right for him to repay the funds he received at the above College for four years if he has been governed by principle in going over to the Church, let him also shew his principles in giving back the money. Would it not be right that every young man when' entering College ought to sign an agreement for him to refund the amount he received when there, if at aiiv future period he should relinquish his connection with Dissent? Yours, &c. J. I
it T IIS. On Sunday Inst, Mrs. Jones, wife of Mr. Evan Jones, Draper, Cambrian House, Lammas Street., of a sou. On the 22d inst., at Llandougli, near Cowbridgc, the wife of Mr. W. C. Morris, Neath of a son, still-born. MARRIED. On Wednesday last, at Manor Divey Church, Pembroke- shire, by the Rev. Augustus Brigstocke, Captain Par- kinson, of the 37th Regiment Foot, to Miss Duck, of Parkygorse, in the county of Cardigan. After the ceremony the bride and bridegroom and friends partook of an elegant dejeuner a la fourchette, at the conclusioll of which the gallant Captain and his beautiful bride started to spend the honeymoon at Abcrystwitii. On the 26th ult., at Ynysgau Chapel, Merthyr, by the Rev. T. B. Evans, Mr. David Adams, to Miss Catherine Morgan, Trerhyngill, Llanblethian, near Cowbridge. On the 2.jth. ult., at Cacrleon, W. H. Michael, Esq., Surgeon, Swansea, to Amelia, fourth daughter of n. Batcnelor, Esq., Newport, Monmouthshire. DIED. On "Wednesday last, of scarlet fever, aged 2 years and 8 months, Margaret, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Thomas, printer, of this town. On the 25th ult., Mr. James Morris, of GlanvrhyJ, near Narberth, aged 79 years. On the 27th inst., Mrs. Hanbury Leigh, of Pontypool Park, Monmouthshire. On the 21st inst., at Stratford, Essex, Alicia, relict of the late Walter Mitchell, M.D., of Swansea, in her GIst year. On Wednesday last, Mr. John Blethyn, Bell Hanger, St. Thomas' Green, Haverfordwest. He was for many years one of the almsmen of Y¡¡wer's Charity. On the 25th ult., deeply regretted, aged 78, Mr. David "Williams, Merthyr.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I CA.miA.RTHex.—Arrived, tliePlwanix (s.), Jack- son: Mary, Cadwallader, from Bristol, with 'f" sundries: Druid, Williams, from Penclawdd, with coals: Earl Grey, Thomas, from Haver- fordwest, with building stones. .S?.</e?, the Pliwi?x (s.), Jackson, for Bristol, with sundries. Iu ii d o ri LLANELLY.— Arrived, the Peggy,Rees,from Saunders- foot, with iron: Henry, Llcwdlyn, from Bristol, with sundries Trevaunance, Sleeman, from Saint Agnes: George the Fourth, Jones: Catherine, Williams: John and William, Owens: Concord, Williams, from Swansea: Ann, Richards Ellen Ann, Evans, from Truro, with copper ore Experiment, Mc'Gee Henry, Hart, from Dublin: Thomas Clifton, Banister: Sally, Mc'Quirk: Endeavour, Catley: Rodolph, Morgans: Union, Mol- holland: Redbreast, Richards, from Drogheda: Ant, Stuart: Sir William Wallace, Darlev, from Dundalk: Rambler, Ward, from Swansea Sisters, Lewis, from Pembrcy Jane, Quick, from Wexford: Alpha, Rodgers, from Ross Eliza, Cann: Margaret Hughes, Hughes Mary Ann, Thomas: Gleaner, Itobo Hope, Walsh, from Waterford: William and Henry, Foreman, from Penrhyn: London Packet, Bright, from Cork: Seraph, Wright, from Bannow: Marie Clemence, Rose, from Rouen Yacht, Anderson from Bayonne, in ballast. Sailed.—Forty vessels for various ports, with coal, culm, &c.
LOCAL MARKET. CAI' IIL- N. -lvlleit per (bushel), 5s. 8d.; Bar- ley, 4s. Od. Oats, 2s. 5|d.; Beef, (per lb.) od. to 7d.. Mutton, 6d. to 7d.; Veal, 4d. to 5d. per lb Pork, 0d-; to Od. Lamb, Gd. per lb. Fresh butter, Is. 4d.; Salt ditto, 8d. to Od.; Turkeys, (each) Os. Od; to 0s. Geese, 0s. to 0s. Od. Ducks, 10d. to 16d. Eggs, (per dozen) -1 id. Cheese 30s. per cwt. fowls, fnm is. Od. to Is. 3d. each; Chickens, Ga. to 9d. Potatoes, 7ibs. for Gd. HAVERFORDWEST. — Wheat per bushel, 5s. Od. to Gs. Od. Barley, 3s. 3d. to 3s. od. Oats, 2s. Od. to 2s od.; Beef (per lb.) 5d. to Gd.; Mutton per lb. Gd. to 7d. Veal od. to 6d. per lb.; Pork 5d. to Gd. I per lb.; Butter, (20 oz.) lOd. to Is. Od.; Potatoes per bushel, 3s. to 3s. Gd.
I CARMARTHENSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.— I (THIS DAY.)SES610?N?S.- I The Court sat at 10 o'clock. The Grand Jury was composed of the following gen- tlemen:—David Davies, Froodvale, Conwil Gaio, fore- man Frederick Lewis, Gilfach Llanwrda Morgan Morgan, Llwyncynhiris, Cilyewin Morgan Jones, Llan- sawel; William Morgan, Baileyviear, Llansawel; David Davies, Lla nsa wel; John Harries, Carmarthen-street, Llandilo John James, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo Thomas Williams, Bridge Street, Llandilo; Thormis Thomas, Timber Merchant, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo David Lewis, Bank, Llandilo, Maltster Thomas Rees Jones, Capeltydist, Llangacoik David Price, Giandulas, Llansad wrn Wm. N icholas, Penycoed, Llandilofawr; Lewis Jones, Denoydd, Llandebie Wm. Pugh, Pash, Llandebie D. Thomas, Elyrychen, Llandebie, Esquires. The Learned Chairman addressed the Grand Jury as follo%vs Gentlemen of the Grand jury r.-c'-o some petitions presented at the last Quarter Sessions against the contemplated establishment of Lunatic Asylums. Those petitions suggested that much expence might be saved to the county, if, instead of proceeding to build a Lunatic Asylum, we resorted to the use of houses licensed for the reception of lunatics. But at present we have no choice in the matter. An act was passed last year which provided that all counties and boroughs throughout England and Wales should, either alone, or jointly with other counties and boroughs, erect Lunatic Asylums, & that if this was not done within three years from the date of its passing, it should be lawful for the Secretary of State to interfere. This will therefore eventually become a compulsory act. I may here observe that its provisions have been found to be con- tradictory, and difficult to carry into operation. It has been suggested by high authority that the expence of erecting Lunatic Asylums should be borne by the go- vernment; and I have no doubt that that doctrine will be well received by us. But I am not able to say at present whether it is probable that that suggestion will be ever adopted. There are yet two years to elapse before the act becomes compulsory. In the mean time we can enquire what other counties are doin"' and whether there is any chance of aid from the Government. I make these remarks that it may not be thought we arc proceeding to a hasty and unnecessary expenditure of the public money. With regard to the question of education, in which we are all so deeply interested, I see no reason yet to abandon any hope that we may have entertained of the establishment of a general system throughout the country. The attention of the public has been well directed to its importance. We have seen that cause supported in this county, week after week, in leading articles of great ability, proportional to the greatness of the occasion. I )iia y -,tfl d that the I-Li?-,llt 1) may add that the Right Rev. Bishop of this Diocese takes, as might have been expected from his character, great interest in it. And I name him in particular, not as being more earnest than our other leading men, of whom I believe many to be the firm friends of education, J but because, in a cause such as this, he is a host in himself; and known as he is, not in the United Kingdom alone, but known abroad, wherever genius and learning attract the respect and admiration of men, it is not too much to hope and to believe that his suggestions on this great question will command the attention of any government, and command the confidence of the people of this country. The Court then proceeded with the TRIALS or d w l t?e Trl?I.L.i OF PRISONERS.
￼ THE NEW MINISTRY. I LORI) JUHX RUSSELL.—Circulars were issued by his Lordship on Thursday morning to all his leading politi- cal friends. It was understood that his Lordship has appointed a ■ meeting on ThurdlY ulteinoon, at his resiuejicc in Cheshain-place, Belgrave-square, but nothing positive is known. lr. Laboucherc visited Lord John Russell in the course of the day, and had an interview with his Lord- ship. Lord John Russell afterwards rode out on horseback. The Treasury messengers were in attendance on the Noble Lord in Chesham-place.
RELEASE OF BONDED CORN LXlJER THE NEW ACT .\T LIVERPOOL.—Yesterday, being the first of the oper- ation of the new measures, was a busy day at our cus- tom-house. We understand that the duty received up to the close of the day was about £ 3.5,000 above the daily average receipts from this source. A very large quantity of grain of all sorts, say upwards of 200,000 quarters, must, therefore, have come at once into the market il1 thi town a.lol.c.-LtreljJoa!pfJpcr of Tuesday HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY, JUNE 30.—Their lordships met at five o'clock. On the motion ot Lord Brougham, the Vexatious Actions, Protection Against, Bill was read a third time and passed. On the motion of the same Noble and Learned Lord, the Bankruptcy Act Amendment Bill was read a second time, and ordered to be committed. The Burial Service Bill was reported. On the motion of the Duke of Buc- cieueh, the Sugar Duties Continuance Bill was read a second time. The standing orders having been sus- pended, the bill was committed, and afterwards read a third time and passed. On the motion of the Earl of Dalhousie, the Commons' amendments to the Railway Companies Dissolution Bill were agreed to. Their Lordships then adjourned till Thursday. The Queen has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal, granting the dignities of Viscount and Earl of the United Kingdom cf Great Britain and Ireland unto the Right Honourable Lord Francis Egerton, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the names, stiles, and titles of Viscount Brackley, of Brackley, in the county of Northampton, and Earl of Ellesinere, of Ellesmeic, in the county of Salop. The Queen has also been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal, granting the dignity of a Baronet of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to the following gentleman, and the respective heirs male of their bodies lawfully begotten, viz., the Right Hon. Thomas Frankland Lewis, of Harpton-court, in the county of Radnor John Somer- set Pakington, of WcstwooJ Park, in the county of W orcester, Esq. John Gladstone, of Fasquc and Bal- four, in the county of Kincardine, Esq. James Weir Hogg, of Upper Grosvenor-street, in the county of Mid- dlesex, Esq. William Feilden, of Feniscowles, in the county palatine of Lancaster, Esq. William Verner, of Verner's Bridge, in the County of Armagh, and of Inismagh, in the county of Tyrone, Esq. and Sir Moses Montefiore, of East Cliff Lodge, in the Isle of Thanet, and county of Kent, Knt. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, The last post from the frontier brought intelligence of the commencement of hostilities in Kaffir land, and of the first collision with the enemy, by the British troops. MR. CORDEN.—Mr. Cobden will not engage in any public business whatever for the next twelve months or more. lie remained in London to vote on the Corn bill, though advised, for the sake of his own health, by his personal friends, and the friends of the Corn bill, not to do so, and has now left London entirely for the present year. Writing to a gentleman in London from Man- chester on the 28th of June, he says I have left town for the session and for a year, at least, the claims of private duties, and the necessary attention to my health, will prevent ray taking any part in public life." When it is borne in mind by those who know, and told to those who do not know, that Mr. Cobden has a very large printing establishment, which has been created by himself, by his close personal attention to it and that it is a business requiring close attention more than most others in existence, it regulating, and being regulated by, the fashions of the day—the female fashions-it being an embodiment of the most complex elements in chemistry and mechanics, ever producing something new, ever in need of new designs, always exploring in unknown nature for new discoveries—when it is borne in mind, that the industrial genius and personal super- intendence of Mr. C'obden have advanced his establish- ment to its present magnitude, it may be easily per- ceived that the time he has devoted to the public service has been a greater sacrifice than any other public man has made. His private affairs may not have been neg- lected, but one thing is sure, that had he always been a public man, leaving the Chorley Print-works to the management of a deputy, the Chorley Print-works never would have been what they arc. Mr. Cobden is not a politician by profession he is a calico printer, and has only been drawn into political life by a great national iiceessit;, and he returns to his business the moment the necessity is over.—Advertiser.
COUNTY or THIS BOROUGH OF CARMARTHEN. NOTIC2 is hereby given that a Meeting of the Commissioners of Paving, Lighting, &c., will be held at the Guildhall, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 8th instant, at 12 at noon. ROBERT STACEY, Clerk. July 2, lSiG. To Drapers' Assistants. WANTED, at a moderate salary, a respectable Young Man, who has a general knowledge of the country trade, and is a good Salesman. Apply to Mr. John Palmer, Pembroke. WANTED immediately, a YOUNG MAN who has ')(TAXTED illl!nediatcly, a YOUSG :r\IAX who has a thorough knowled,,c of the DRAPERY BU- SINESS, and is conversant with the Welsh language. Unexceptionable references must be given. Apply to Mr. David Evans, Narberth. VERNON ARMS, BRITON-FERRY. N. DAVENPORT, FORMERLY OF THE SWAN lXX, NEATII, '? EGS most respectfully to inform his Friends and i the Public, that he has recently taken the above Old Establishment, where he hopes by unremitting attention to the comfort and convenience of his Friends and Travellers to merit their favours and support. Briton-Ferry, near Neath, ) June 2ah, LaG. ) CARDIGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD, I COMPACT FREEHOLD COTTAGE, within a ii. Mile of the Sea, with a Lawn. in Event Gip; House, Stable, Cowhouse, &c. &c., and a goodAValieu Garden the whole comprising rather more than Two Acres. 'The situation is remarkably healthyThere is excellent Shooting and Fishing in the immediate neigh- bourhood, and Hounds within reach. For particulars, enquire of Mr. George Goode, Croftj Cottage, Carmarthen, or of Mr. Rees, Salnbtion Hotel, Newcastle Em]yn. X. B. Fifteen Acrcs of good .Land may be had with ?-?B_Fifteen Acres of good Land may be had y;i. th, PEMB ROKESIIIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A LL that capital Farm called PWLLCREGIN, J.?L together with all Buildings thereon, with their Appurtenances, now in the occupation of Daniel Phillips as yearly Tenant, containing about GO Acres of Arable, Pasture, and Meadow Land, situate in the Parish of Moylgrove, in the County of Pembroke. The above FarIU is distant only about 5 miles from the Market Town of Cardigan, and Lime may be obtained from a short distance. For further particulars apply (if by Letter, post-paid) to Mr. C. H. Hughes, Solicitor, Carmarthen or to Mr. David Roberts, Auctioneer, Cardigan. Carmarthen, June 15th, 184G. CARMARTHENSHIRE. TO BE SOLiTBY AUCTION, (By Order of the Assignee of the Estate and IClIects of DAVID PUNDUY, an insolvent Debtor,) On MONDAY, the 6th Day of JULY next, AT THE HAND-1N-SHEACS, j In the Village of T 'aafynydd. in the County of Carmarthen at three o'clock in the afternoon, BY MR. THOMAS THOMAS, A LL that Freehold Messuage, Tenement and Lands, called PARK-Y-BRENIN, and a Field called CAE-MAWR, situate in the Parishes of Lhmegwacl and Llanfyn" vdd, in the County of Carmarthen consisting of valuable Meadow, Arable, and Pasture Land, in good Repair and excellent state of Cultivation, of the Yearly Vallie of £ -io. Fur further particulars, apply to Mrr. James Thomas, Solicitor, Llandilo, the Assignee. June 18 LG. CARDIGANSHIRE. j TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, I At the EMI/ £ N* ASMS Tsx, in the Town of NKTVC^STT.K I EMLYN, in the County of Carmarthen, On THURSDAY, the 20th day cf AUGUST next, A LL that Messuage, Farm, and Lands, common!y ?? carted or known by the name of CWMCOED NEllTlI, consisting by admeasurement of 11 j Acres or thereabouts. Also, all that Messuage, Farm, and Lands, commonly called or known by the name of GLASCOED-FACIi, containing by admeasurement 110 Acres or thereabouts, which said farms arc situate in the parish of Pembryn, in the County of Cardigan, and within three miles of the fashionable Watering place of Llangranog, four miles of Aberporth, and seven miles of Newquay, in the said County. For "further particulars apply to the proprietor, oil the premises, or to Mr. Walter Lloyd, Solicitor, Carmarthen. Carmarthen, July 2, IS,H). PEMBROKESHIRE. VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. MR. H. P. GOODE Begs to announce to the Public, that he is instructed by the Executors of William Henry Scholefield, late of The Mote, in the county of Pembroke, Esquire, de- ceased, to SELL BY AUCTION, At the S.«tz=n Arms Inn, Narberth, On TJi I USD A V, the 16ilt day of JLLr, 1813, At one o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to such conditions as shall then be produced,) LL the unexpired residue of a term of 3,00? years, ?'L computed from the ?nd day of December, 1?22, in the Messuage. Tenement, and Lands, caHed GILFAOII- t'ic, Tei,?(,n,eiit, and l,and: GANOL, situate in the parish cf Llan, In the County of Pembroke, distant from the market and post town of :?arbort), about seven miles, and containing by admeasurcment 1. 31? and 32P. more or less and also all the Tithes and Tithe Commutation Rent-Charge arising or accruing out of the same; the whole now in the occupation of Irs. Ann Evans widow, as tenant from year to year, at the low yearly rent of £ 2-5 Is. Land-tax redeemed. Further Particulars may be had of Mr. John Harvey, Land-Agent, Haverfordwest; Mr. H. P. Goode, Land- Arent, Surveyor, <cfc., Haverfordwest; and Messrs. Powell, and Mathias, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. PJswcastle-Smlyn School-House. A T a Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Town and .1-:1.. Neighbourhood of Nc-wcastle-Emlyn, held at the Salutation Hotel, on Wcdnesdav, the loth of April, 1816, (The Rev. J. P. Jones in the Chair,) it was stated that the district attached by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to Trinity Chapel, Newcastle-Emlvn, comprises a popu- lation of 2,000 inhabitants, and is wholly destitute of a Free School for the Education of the Children of the Poor. It was therefore proposed and determined that a SCHOOL-HOUSE should be erected for the purpose of opening a Daily School Ïor the instruction of Boys mcl Girls in the English Language, under the Rules of the Committee of Council for Education. Mr. Lloyd Hall stated that in the event of a more eligible T piccc of ground not being obtained from the Right Hon. the Earl Cawdor, or Thomas Lloyd, Esq., of Coedmore, he would grant a freehold piece of ground oil Bryndiodde for the above purpose. Subscriptions for carrying the above into execution will be received by the Rev. J. P. Jones, and the Chapel- Wardens of Trinity Chapel, Newcastle-Emlvn; by Messrs. Morris and Sons, Bankers, Carmarthen; and by Messrs. Wilkins and Co., Bankers, Cardigan. sriiseuiRcus. £ s. d. The Rev. J. P. Jones 5 0 0 The Rev. A. Brig-stocke. ij 0 0 B. E. Hall, 20 0 0 Mrs. Ilall 10 0 0 J. Beyuon, Esq 5 0 0 Mrs. Beynon 5 0 0 E. C. Lloyd Hall, 20 0 0 R. Goring Thomas, Eso 10 0 0 The Rev. D. J. Evans 3 0 0 Capt. Pringle, R.N ] 1 0 0 The Bishop of St. David's 10 0 0 D.A.SaundersDavics. Esq., M P 5 0 0 Thomas Lloyd, Esq., Coedmore 5 0 0 John Hughes, Esq., 5 o 0 Mrs. Hughes, do. 5 0 Mr. Robert Lewis Hughes, do'? 110 John Phillips, Esq 2 0 0 Mrs. General 5 0 0 Duncan Campbell, 1 0 0 Miss 0 10 0 Miss Greaves 0 10 0 Miss S. Greaves 0 10 0 The Rev. B. Lewis, Dyffrvn 0 10 0 The Rev. Thomas Lewes, Taynton 1 0 0 Mr. D. O. Recs.?..?..?.?? 1 0 0 Mrs. 1 0 0 Mr. Edward Eden Hughes, Downend. 110 Mr. Henry Newland Hughes, do 1 1 0 Miss Elizabeth Huntly .Hughes, do 1 1 0 Miss Constance Clara Hughes, do 1 1 0 Miss Mary Louisa II nghcs, do 1 1 0 Miss Agnes Selina Hughes, do 1 1 0 Mr. Cave. 1 0 0 Thos. Davies, Esq., Abercerri 2 10 0 Mrs. Davies 2 10 0 Thos. Parry Thomas, Esq. 1 0 0 I 1 0 0 Mrs. Bristo8ke. 5 5 0 David Puh, Esq., Manerabon 2 0 0 Mr. Michael Evans 1 0 0 Miss Thomas 1 0 0 Mr. Thomas 0 J 0 The sale of useful and ornamental works at the Salutation Hotel, has been postponed to the Tuesday after the Cardigan Hunt Week. Contributions of every description of Fanev Articles will be thankfully received by Mrs. Jones and Mrs. E. C. Lloyd Hall, of Newcastle-Emlyn: CARMARTHEN NEW MARKETS. ￼ LEWIS Momu?, Town Clerk of the County of the I Borough of Carmarthen, in compliance with an Act of Parliament passed in the Sixth year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled. An Act. for re- moving the present markets held in the County of the Borough of Carmarthen and for providing other market places and regulating the markets to be held therein, Do hereby, bv order of the Council of the said Borough, GIVE NOTICE that the above Markets will be OPENED FOR PUBLIC USE on SATURDAY the FIRST day of AUGUST now next ensuing.—Dated this 27th day of June, IS 16. LEWIS MORRIS. CARMARTHEN NEW MARKETS. TO BE LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the GUILDIT.VLT,, of the Borough of Carmarthen, On SATURDAY, the 11th day of JULY next, At two o'clock in the afternoon, For One Year, commencing the 1st day of August next, ALL the Rents, Tolls, Dues, Stallage, and Profits arising from the New Markets recently erected by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the said Bo- rough, comprising upwards of 70 Butchers' Shops and Stalls; a spacious Fish Market, provided with every convenience; ample ranges of covered standings for the sale of Poultry, Vegetables, Fruit, Corn, and other pro- duce; a Weighing House and numerous Standings for the Sale of Manufactured Goods, the whole covering a snace of Two Acres. Also the Cattle Market for the Sale of Live Stock con- tiguous thereto, and the Weighing Machine about to be erected, together with the Tolls and Dues arising from the Shllhtcr Houses and Wool Hoom, The above Markets have been erected by the Corpo- ration of the Borough of Carmarthen, at a considerable expense, and the Tolls, Dues, and Stallage are payable under an Act of Parliament, giving ample powers to en- force the recovery thereof, and prohibiting the Sale of any Marketable produce within one mile of the bounda- ries of the said borough (which is co-extensive with the parish of St. Peter) save in such Markets or in Private DwcHing-houses, Shops, or Premises within the said Borough. For fnrt]¡0r information apply at the Town C1Nk's Office, Carmarthen, where particulars of the Tolls and Rules for regulating the said Markets may 'be seen. The Renter will be required to pay One Month's Rent in advance througnout the term, and provide security in the sum of £.)00 for the due payment of his Rent, and LIe pelfoimance of the covenants 'in his lease. Carmarthen, June 17th, 1S1G. CARMARTHEN WANTED, a MASTER, and MATRON, to super- intend the management and care of the Union Workhouse, and to perforin the duties prescribed by the Rules, Orders, and Regulations of the Poor Law Com- misioners, at a joint salary of £ 60 per :mnum, with rations and the usual accommodations of the House. A man and his wife without incumbrance will be preferred. The master must be a good penman, and well versed in accounts, and will be required to give a bond in the sum of £ 100, with two sureties, for the due and faithful per- formance of their respective duties. It will also be re- quired that either the Master or Matron should speak the Welsh language. Persons desirous of becoming Candidates for the above situations are to make applications in their own hand- writing, stating their ages and present occupations and forward the same to me, on or before the 18th day of July next, together with testimonials of moral character and fitness for the offices, endorsed Application for Master and Matron's situations." Candidates are requested to attend personally at the Board Room, Carmarthen, on MONDAY, the 2dta day of July next, when the Election will take place. By Order of the Board, W. D. PHILLIPS, Clerk. j llo:ln1 Room, Carmarthen, 22nd June, 1816. PEMBROKESHIRE. FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE. MR. H. P. GDOUI] uses u:;sr;:crFVLLY TO A\XOF.vc! THAT nr. WILL orr::n 3?on. SALE BY AUCTION. AT THE MARINERS' HOTEL, HAVERFORDWEST- On TMSUAY, the 2Sth day of JVLY, 1816, At one o'clock in the afternoon, IN FOUR CONVENIENT LOTS, THE following Tortious of the Rich l)roJu::tlye j JL FARM of ROMANS CASTLE, \J.t-l., U /) .J..J, Situate in the Parish cf Walwyn's Castle, in the Hundred of Roose LOT I. A newly-erected Cottage, and convenient Premises, the HOOKS, with oCa. 2r. 37p. or thereabouts, of very improveablc Land, in the occupation of Samuel Lewis, under a verbal agreement for a lease for three lives, aged respectively about -1, ana 2J, at the low II. Two newly-erected Cottages and Gardens, with 40a. Or. 28o. or thereabouts,of very excellent Arable and Pas- tore Land in the occupation of Wm. Edwaio>, and his under-tenant Wm. John, under an agreement for a lease for three lives atred respectively about the yearly rent (from Michaelmas next) This lot adjoins the road leading from Tear's Cross to Moor and Walwyn's Castle. X.OT TIT. or thereabouts, of rich productive land, in the oecnpation of Mr. Joseph Cole, under a verbal agreement for a lease for 21 years from Micnaeluias lS,, at the low yearly rcnt of £50. This lot comprises the prominent and much admucu Obj0Ct, caÜpd the Homan's Castle Rath or ln- campment. I.OT IV. A lot of Land called the DEER PARKS, containing lCa. Or. 22p. or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Cole, under a lease for three lives, aged respec- tively about 9, 10, and IP, at the yearly rent of The tenant has greatly improved the land, and is now erecting Cottages upon it. The lot adjoins the village of Tear's Cross and is well adapted for Cottage sites. The Tithe Rent-Charge on the above is extremely moderate, and the Rates are very low. Particulars, with Plans, are now ready and may be had of Messrs. Evans, Powell, and Matinas, Solicitors, or of Mr. H. P. Goode, Land-Agent, Surveyor, ^c. Ha- verfordwest. June 1-, 1813. JUST PUBLISHED, PKICK IS., A LETTER of REMONSTRANCE to Til <>RACi-l .L"-i THE DUKE OF RICHMOND on the REPEAL OF THE CORN LAWS, By THE Hex. AXD REV. SIK ERASV.VS WIT J ;A"'S, ART. Rector of St. Peter's, Marlborough. Longman and Co., London "White & Sons. Carmarthen. .? ?-T, ￼ a.? '? ￼ ?- ￼ c r-' r COUNTY OF CARMARTKEN. AUTUMN ASSIZES, 1816. <?!?:?/ of Carmarthen, ) rjAHE Commissions of Nisi ?.???;? I ? F r H Prius of Oycr and Ter- miner, and of General Gaol delivery for the County of Carmarthen, will be opened at the Town-Hall, Carmar- then, on Monday, the 13th day of July next, a' nine o'clock in the morning, before the Honourable Sir ROBKUT MONSEY Roi.rE, Knight, one of the Barons cf our Lady the Queen of her Court of Exchequer, whon all Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, and Bailiff's or Liberties, within the said County of Carmarthen, and all Jurors, Persons bound by Recognizance, Witnesses, Constables, and others, having business are requested to attend. SIR JOHN MANSEL, BAKT., HIGH SHEKII-F. CARMARTHENSHIRE. Eidwelly, Saint Bffary in Kidwelly, Saint Ishmael, and Pembrey Inclosure. ￼ DAVID REES PARRY, of LT.v.-YxmvYrn.r.Tiu, I in the Parish of LIande\<;i!o?, in the County of C?r- marthen, Gentleman, the Commissioner appointed to carry into execution an Act of Parliament made and passed in the Eleventh year of the Reign of his late Ma- jesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Act for Inclosing Lamb within the several Parishes of Kidwelly, Saint Mary in Kidwelly, Saint Ishmacl, and Pembrcy, in the County of Carmarthen;" and also under the pro- visions of an Act of Parliament made and passed in the Eighth and Ninth years of the Re'?n of her present Ma- jesty, Queen Victoria, intituled An Act to alter and amend an Act of the Eleventh year of King George tbe Fourth, for InclosIng Lands in the Parishes of Kidwelly, S:tiut Jl.hry in Kidwelly, S"int Ishmacl, and Pembrey, in the ? ot?ty of Carmarthen," DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, THAT I WILT, SELL, on CArSH TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the House of Edmund Biathwayte, known bv the Sign of the PELICAN, In the Town of Kidwelly, and County aforesaid, On FRIDAY, the 31st of JULY, 1810, At two c'cluck in the afternoon, subject to fueh conditions of sale as ShetH then be prlJd, THE roLi.o\Yr>;<; LOTS OR PARCELS OF LAND, Part and Parcel of the Lands intended to he inclund ly virtue of the said Acts Several of which were offered for Sale at former Sales. ON PEMBREY MOUNTAIN. A 'R. r. L8t Sf. o 0 0 A. R. P. I Lot 8 g 7 2 16 ON MYNYDD CROSLAW. '? 2 7 Lot 3 b 2 2 2ï I Lot G 5 0 0 ON PINGED MARSH. Lot 8 a 4 1 C, Lot 10 e 10 0 0 Lot 11 b. 10 0 0 L0t 20 c. 4 216 Lot 20 d. 4 2 16 Lot 32 b 11 0 0 The above Lots or Parcels of Land are set out by holes dug in the ground alld Plans and Particulars thereof may be seen at the office of Mr. Thomas Bowen, at Aqueduct Cottage, in the Parish cf Pembrey, m the County of Carmarthen. Given under mv hand this 11th day of June, 1310. D. R. PARRY, Commissioner. STEAM COMMUNICATION Between Gloucester, Swansea, Tenby r*^ n/ and Xcicpcrt, calling at Lydney, Porishcad, Clevcdon, and Forth- it THE Public arc informed that the new and bpauti- JL fully titted up Iron Steam Vessels IIENUY SOUTH- AX, 100-Horse Power, and CLAUA, propelled by screw, arc intended to leave the above Ports as follows, (weather permittincAJELY, 1S1G. Jri.Y.lS?G. GI-OUCKSTER TO SWANSEA. Henry Sou than. H. M. 1 ..Wednesday morn. 6 HO 4 ?S:i:ur?&vdo.0 0 8 :ifte. 2 1,, 11.üunlaY morn. 4 30 !5? Wednesday do 7 30 j 15.. Friday evening 9 30 '22.. Wednesday after.. '2 15 25.. morii 3 4.? ??\Veducsdnydo..? (; 0 G^OVCESTEIL TO TEXRY. ] Henry Southan. H. M. *11..Saturday morn 4 o0 <'I7.?Fri<:?'cvL-u. 9 ￼ *&Saturuay mora. 3 4,5 SWANSEA TO TEXEY. Ilenry Southan. JI. M 18..Saturday ditto (to. 2 titt 25..Saturday ditto do. 7 1,) SWANSEA TO GI.OVCE:-TEB. 11. M. 2 Thursday iiio-Li. 11 45 6 ..Monday a"t??r 5 0 ..Tbursd,,v do 7 M 13.. Monda y mom. 9 45 IG..Thurti"Yaftn. 0 :HJ 20..Monday ditto 5 ;ij .<íil\uri(i:l ditto 7 ^0 ?..Mcud?ymorn. 9 30 TEXPY TO GTLorcrsTER. Henry Southan. IT. X. 12..Sunday afiev 4 1 ■» 19..Sinuluy even 11 0 [ 2J..Sunday after 3 4,5 TEXBY TO SWANSEA. lienry Sout/lan. II. M. 12..cunday atfernoon. 4 15 l'J..Sunday evening 11 0 2u..Sunday afternoon. a 4 > c On the days thus marked the Henry Southan" wUI' aft,i- lai]Ci only, en ro-??o a' l,i-(,c edl I on to Tenby. A STEWARDESS 0-" EOAHD. GLCRCESTEIT TO NEWI'OUT. Clara. H..L 2..T;nn?d:? moving 7 .J.0 Ii 4 ..Saturday do 10 0 j 7 Tuc'scta'¡' after. I 1-' j 9 ..Thursday do 3 0 11.. Satur,l;q: morning' 4 3,') 14..Tuesday do 45 )R..Thursday do. 8 ).) 18..Saturdaydo 10 30 21..Tuesday afier 1:?) 23..Thursday do 3 0 25..Saturday morn 4 0 08..Tuesday do 5 30 30..Thursday do 6 30 XEWI'OIVT TO GI.OUCESTEH. Clara. H. M. 3 ..Friday morning 9 3J 6 ..Monday at 1 15 8 ::i:E' g 1 0.. Friday morning 4 15 13..Monday do 6 45 15..Wednesday do. 8 15 17..Friday do 10 0 after 2 2 Wednesday do. 3 0 do 4 15 27.. Monday morning 5 30 29., Wcdnesdav do. 6 43 31..Friday do 8 0 XEWI'OST TO roilTSIIEAD. Cl-ra. IT. M. 5 ..Sunday noon 1 ?' 0 12..Sunday morning.. 8 0 19..Sunday noon H 0 26..Sunday morning.. 8 0 EO:;TSHEAD TO >;I:,V.OHT. Clara. H. M. 5 ..Sundav evening 10 0 ? 12 Sund-iy 110. 8 j 19.. Sunday do 10 | H6.. Sunday do ? 0 Refreshments may be had on board. co For further particulars, apply to the Proprietors, Southan and Evans, Docks, Gloucester; or to the fol- lowing agents: —Mr. John Edwards, Steam Packet Wharf, Swansea: Mr. J. W. Bebell, Newport; Mr. Henry Pick, Portshc-ad; Mr. James Bunnck.Cicyedon; Heiirv llicl?, -?ir. Ji,.ines Clevedoii -Alr. ?lol-gun, SI)irit Cal- ECOXOMIC LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 6, EJUDGE-STREET, BLACKFUIAUS, LOXIJOX. ESTABLISHED 1823. Empowered by Act of Parliament, 3 William Fourth. The p.iflit Hon.THOMAS FRANKLAND LEWIS, Chairman II. STEMIliNSON, i^sij., Deputy Chairman rl'I"flre among the advantages crT?rcd by this Society — LOWEK HATES of Premium than those of any other Office, which entitle the assured to participate in the profits, and considerably lower than those of any other Mutual Assurance Society. No PRoPTtif.taiiy participate in tle pwfits, the wii OLE being divisible among the Assured. The first bonus, in 1831, averaged £ 13 per cent, on the Premiums paid. The second ditto 1SS9, ditto £ 31 ditto since the 1st division. The third ditto 18-11, ditto £ 36 ditto since the 2nd division. Prospectuses and full particulars, may lie obtained on application to the Secretary, Campbell James Downer, or to either of the following Agents: — Carmarthen, Richard Morgan Davies; Pwllheli, Hugh Pugh, Bank; Brecon, iviii. Hier; Carnarvon, Owen Jones, Castle- Square Abergavenny, Thos. Fowler. Bank C^ hester, Thomas Edwards and Robert Roberts, Old Hank Here- ford. Matthew Child, Herefordshire Banking Company Pembroke, F. T. Biddulph. BORTHWICK'S GOUT TIXCTURK—Extract of ?? a. Letter from Lord Francis E?erton, M.P., dated Rome, January "29th, 1840, to James Loch, P.s'j.. M.P., I 12, Albeniarle-jtreot, London :— I had a tit of the gout, two days ago, which promised fair to run its usual course, but I have for the present completely got rid of it by two days' application of the remedy—of which I may have spoken to you—furnished me by Mr. Borthwick. Of course no man can answer for the ultimate consequences of the application of any remedy to so strange a disease; I can only say that two experiments of my own fally confirm the evidence he gave me of other eases, and that I have subdued, the dis- ease without finding a trace of the opcratilln of the medi- cine in any other shape but that of the departure of the maladv. Colchicum, vou know, I am fol-bi(idezi, and, indeed, barely able to take. Should the opeiationbe as l 11 a!) 10 to t,ic o p er-,it ;on be as safe as it hiUurto appears, I have no Hesitation in saying that it is as great a as any in the annals of me- dicine—mercury and bark not excepted. I would take it as a favour if vou would see Mr. Borthwick, and what I want to secure is, that he should not die with his secret, which ought to make his fortune. I don t wish my name and experience to go for more than it is worth but my testimony as to the facts ought to be at his service and 1 that of the public. If fn^nd of should take an interest in this curious snbpvt, let hnn call on Nr. Nicholson, who keeps the public house at St. James s- nahice; he took the remedy at my suggestion, in a state if atroc:ous suffering, and he will telt you his story. (Signed) "F. EGERTON. To be had of Mr. Borthwick, wholesale and retail, 7 i Kir e's-row, PentonviUe, in bottles, 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d each, and all wholesale agents, and of T J, V. W.iite Carmarthen. A most liberal alio .v. u ■ to country agents.
INSPECTION OF THE MARINE DETACHMENT AT PEM- BROKE.—The annual inspection of the marine detach- ;nt at Pembroke Dock, under the command of Col. a.cher, look place on Monday last by Col. Owen, the Adjutant-General of the corps. Unfortunately the bather was too tempestuous to admit of the detachment taken to the drill ground, so that the efficiency fthe men in field movements was not tested by the general. Their marching past in the barrack square, however, g?ve great satisfaction. So did the barrack "?pection "nd the enecth'e state of the detachment Severally. On account of letters which reached him Pembroke Dock, Col. O wen, was obliged to post off to I London immediately after the inspection.