COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, RUTHIN. lhAD MASTER :-REV. THOMAS KIRK. M. A St. John's College, Cambridge (Prixeman). Boys educated for Professional or Business life. Also a preparatory School for younger Boy*. twfich il taught to all whose parents desire it without It:-Itrat charge. Apply to the Rev. T. Kirk, Coficgiato School Ruthin PORTMADOC NEW STEAM SAW MILL. THE Malloc New Steam Saw Mill Company JL beg to announce that their Mill is now in active operation, and that they am, prepared to b?w ?11 kinds of m?r for Building, Qum", and other purposed, at very lo prices. 'Z:. already done has girtu the utmost satis- faction. Orders promptly attended to. Portmadoc, July 6th, 1864. SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES, UPPER rRO.V HOUSE, UPPER BANGOR. THE Misses IN'GRAH beZ to announce TH Ft?at the duties of their Establishment will be Re- eum?t ou No?DAY, the 29Ch June, NOTICE IS HEREBY Git EN, THAT the Partnership liteln- subsisting T between the undersigned EVAN EVANS aud/WIL- "lAM ROWLANDS, both of Bangor, in the County of Car- narvon, and there carrying on business as Wine and Spirit Merchants, under the firm of EVANS.AND Row- i ivm." was on the 29th day of June last., DISSOLVED, 'by mutual consent; and all Debts due to the said firm are to be paid to the said Evan Kv.ats; and all account. against the said firm arc to he sent to him with a view to their examination and discbarge. A-s"witness our,hands this 2nd Julv. 1864, EVAN EVANS. WILLIAM RONVLANDS. Witness—F. A. HOWE, Clerk to Messrs. Roberts, Bar- ter, and.Hughes, Solicitors, Bangor. -"Y-1iIIr. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH FOR THE DISTRICT OF BANGOR. NOTICE OF INTENDED RATE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ll Bangor Local Board of Health intend on Thursday Next, the 14th day of July. being in the Week next fol. lowing the day of the date hereof, and after the oxpira- tion of Seven Days from such day, to make a General District Rate for the District for which the said Board • acts; and that the Statement of the proposed Kate is deposited for Inspection at the Magistrate's Court Room. Dated this 5th day of July, 18U4. Signed, WM. YOUNG BARDIE, Engineer and Clerk of the said Board. '? i\i ￼ J?m. t ￼ BETHESDA LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE?. that the NLoc 'I Board of Health for the District of Bethesda, iutend to apply to one of Her Majesty's principal Secre- taries of State to confirm the Bye-Laws made by the taid Local Board, under the powers and provisions of "The Public Health Act, 1848, and of "The Local Go- vernment Act, 1858." And Notice is Hereby further Given, that a Copy of the proposed Bye-Laws is deposited at the temporary offices of the Board (the Douglas Anns Hotel, in Bethes- da), and will be opened during office hours thereat to the inspection of the ratepayers of the district to which such Bye-Laws relate, without fee or reward, for one month at least before such application shall be made. By Order, W. Y. HARDIE, Clerk and Engineer to the said Board. Bethesda, June 16,1804. f IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE SPORT- ING PUBLIC. A Grand Monster Draw will take place on the GOODWOOD CUP, to be conducted the same AS before, by 5000 Shares, at fis. each share Drawing to take place on Monday, 25th July, and each shareholder to receive his result Ticket immediately after the Draw. First Prize £ 500. Second 300. Third 150. Fourth 75. And £ 2*25 amongst starters and non-starters. All Prises to be paid on Monday, August 1st; the first four prizes will be paid, less five per cent, for expences; the rest in full. -Address, with two stamped directed en- velopes—Mr. John Howard, .18, Little New Street, Far- lingdon Market, London, E.C. Stamps taken as cash. THE EBBW VALE COMPANY [Limited]. j. Incorporated under the Companies Act, 1862, Capi- tal, £ 4,000,000, in 80,000 shares of J:50 each. Deposit on application, tl per share, and £4 on allotment. Further calls will not exceed t5 per share, made at intervals of Qotlcssthan three months, and will extend over a period of three years. It is estimated that not more than two- thirds of the total capital will be required to be called up. DIRECTORS. ABRAHAM DARBY, Esq., Ebw-vale-park,^Monmouth- shire, Chairman and Managing Director. JOSEPH ROBINSON, Esq., Berkhampstead and Lon- don, Deputy-Chairman. Francis Tothill, Esq, Bristol. John Platt, Esq., Oldham. G. S. Beecroft. Esq., M.P., Leeds James Aspinall Turner, Esq., M.P., Manchester Harry George Gorden. Esq., 1, Clifton-place, Hyde-park, London Charles King Anderson, Esq., 65, Old Broad-street, Lon- don Bankers—The Bank of England, and its several Branches at Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool. Bristol, Leeds, Newcastle, Hull. Plymouth, Portsmouth, Leicester. Solicitors—Messrs. Fre^hfields and Nevvmau, London. Brokers—Messrs. Joshua Hutchinson and Son, London. Auditors—David Chadwick, Esq. [Messrs. Chadwick, Adamson, M'Kenna, and Co.], 27, Great George-street, Westminster John Young, Esq. [Messrs. Coleman, Torquand, Youngs, and Co. I, Token-house-yard, city. Offices, pro tem, Z7, Great George-street, Westminster, and 1, Laurence Pountney-hill, city. ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS. The Company is formed for the purpose of carrying into effect an agreement made for the purchase of the soft), iron, and other worka, which have for a long time been carried on with very satisfactory results by private Individuals, and are capable of considerable expansion with great increased profits. No promotion money or other similar payments will tovioade. Detailed prospeetues and forms of application for ■ shares may be obtained at the Bank of England and its several branches; from the brokers; or from the under- signed, by whom any .further information required will ,be fiiriiished. CHADWICK, ADAMSON, M'KENNA, & Co., Fiuaucial Agents, 27, Great George-street, Westminster, & 64, Cross-street, Manchester. iFonn of Application for Allotment of Shares. No.—— T the Directors of the Ebbw Vale Company [Limited] per Mesna. Chadwick, Adamson, M'Kenna, and Co., AvAucial agents, 27, Great George-street, Westminster, And 64, Cross-street, Manchester. Geutleinen,-Ilavitig paid a deposit of JCI per share, I beg to apply for-sh-,tres of .£50 each in the proposed Ebbw Vale Company (Limited); and I hereby agree to become a shareholder in the Company, subject to its rules and regulations, and to accept such shares, or any low number thatway be alloted to me. I am, Gentlemen, your obedient servant, Nituie in full Address in fuU Profession or occupation Date THE EBBW VALE COMPANY [Limited], Notice is hereby given, that tio further applications for shares in this Company will be receive4 after Wed- nesday, the 18th iuitt., for the country. CHADWICK, ADAMSON, M'KEXSTA, k Co., Financial Agents. )go. 27, Great George-sitreet, Westminster, And 64, Crow-street, Mwche«t«r, July 4,1864. BAJfGOE DIOCESAN CHORAL ASSOCIA. TION. BOOKS of the words, Music, and the JD anthemR fOr the feiAiv? to he held in Bangor Cathedral on the 7th of September next, are now ready, and may he had Application to Mr. J. K. Douglas, North Walt's Chronick Office, Bangor. I Books of the words and music, price tid. Choirs sup- plied with the above at Id. each. The anthems, price 1 4 ù. aud 2d. fourp-ence will cover the Post-age of 12 copies of the Book of Words and Music; and One Penny wiU cover '.he Postage of 12 copies of either of the Anthems. WATER e., GAS COMPANY- THE Directors of the above Company re- ncest the Consumers of Witter and Gas, if tliev have any grounds of COMPI,¡\INT as to the supplyof either, that such be made in writing, addressed to Mr. White, Secretary. The Directors also beg to call atten- tion of consumers to their printed Hales distributed in September last. Bangor June 27th, 1864. TO BUILDERS. THE Building Committee of the Proposed New Congregational Chapel at Menai Bridge, are prepared to reoeive Tenders for the erection of a New Chapel at the above place. Plans and specifications may bo seen at Mr. R. Thomas'. London House, Menai Bridge, to whom the Tenders are to be addressed. Tenders to be sent in not later than the 15th inst. The Committee do not hind themselves to accept the lowest or any other Teiifl(-r. Also the Committee are desirons to dispose of a portion of Land, situate in a most eligible spot for building pur- poses. at a moderate price. AH needful information sup- plied on application to Jlr. K. Thomas, London House, Menai Bridge. RRYL. CARTES 1) F, VISITE. VIS (TORS to Rhyl are respectfully request- ed before having their Photographs taken to ex- amine T. Brown's SPECIMENS on the West Parade, and at the Establishmant, 73. Wellington Road. No Photographs issued inferior to specimens exhibited. Cartes, 10s. the first dozen. f?.theh.dfdozen. „ "We have never seen Photographs so clear and life-like :1.rr. Brown's. "-Irliit,-Ita?,-cn Hei-ald, WM JONES" ASSIGNMENT. T lX the Matter of the Trust Deed for the Benefit of the Creditors of William Jones, of Park Bach, Aiiilwcli,- in the Comity of Anglesey, Merchant, hereinafter called the ?"" the Dc'llto KOTICE I. MRERY GIVEN, That a Meeting of the Creditors of the said Debtor will be held at the Ollice, of me, the undersigned, on Satur- day, the 16th Day of JCLY, 1863, at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon, for the purpose of Auditing the Ac- counts of the Trustees, acting under the said 1 rust Deed, and also for declaring a Dividend. And all per- sons having any Claim against the Estate of the said Debtor are required to send in the particulars thereor, duly verified to me, the Undersigned, on behalf of the Haiti Trustee, on or before Wednesday, the 1.1th day oT JULY, aforesaid, in default, whereof the said Trustees will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said Estate without reference to any such Claim B. ROOSK, Amlwch. Solicitor to the Trustees. June 28th, 1864. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. TAILORS AND H ABITM AKERS, No. 4, NORTH JOHN STREET, Adjoining the Angel Hotel, LIVERPOOL. F. MOGFORD BEGS to inform his Friends and the Pnblk t3 gencra)]y. that he has REMOVED from No. 8 Castle Street, to tneconunodious premises No. 4, NOK111 JOHN STREET, adjoining the Angel Hotel, where he trusts he will he patronised by his numerous Customers with the same lihorality which has hitherto been bestowed upon him, during the hist twenty-two years, in the Pre- mises he has just left. With it view to ste.cure to his Customers t.,he ut1 most. punctuality and attention, he begs to announce that he has taken into Partnership, his foreman, Sir. HOLKOVD, and that in future the business will be carried on under the style and firm of MOGFORD & HOLROYD. M. & H. have on hand a large and choice assortment of the Newest and most Fashionable Goods for the present Season, and they will avail themselves shortly of calling upon their customers in Bangor, Carnarvon, and North Wales generally, a* heretofore, BARMOUTH REGATTA. PRESIDENT REAR COMMODORE LLEWELYN TURNER, EHQ, THE ANNUAL REGATTA will take place on Wednesday, July 27th, 1804. THE LIST OF PRIZES. 1. A piece of Plate, value R27), to be sailed for hy decked sea-going Yachts, belonging to any Yacht Club. En- trance. 10s 6d. 2. A picce of Plate, value t5. to be sailed for by open Sailing Boats, bona fide the property of gentlemen. Entrance, 2s. 3. A pursc of 5 sovereigns.. A first prize of 4 sovereigns, and a second prize of 1 sovereign, for open Sailing Boats belonging to Watermen, not exceeding 25 feet Keel Entrance, 2B, 4. A purse of 5 sovereign. A first prize of 4 sovereigns, and a second prize of 1 sovereign, for Six-oared row- ing Boats.to be rowed and steered by Watermen. Entrance, 2s 5. The LaUks Prize, to be rowed for in Pa.i oared Gig Boats, with Coxswains, by Gentlemen A.. teui-s- the Gentlemen to weiir colours. Tankards .-ill be added. Entrance, 2s. 6. A purse of 5 sovereigns. A first prize of 4 sovere., is, and a second prize of 1 sovereign, for Four-oaie I Boats, to be rowed and steered by Watermen. E trance, 2s 7. A purse of 4 sovereigns. A first prize of: sovereigns, aud a second prize of 1 sovereign, for Four-oared Boats, to be rowed and steered by Gentlemen Ama- teurs. Entrance, 2s. 8. A Pair-oar Pace, for Watermen. A first prize of 2 sovereigns, and a second prize of 10s., for Pair-oared Boats, to be rowed and steered by Watermen. En- trance, 2s. 9. A Sculler's Hunt. 10. A Duck Hunt. In all Matches, three must start or no Kaee. The 3rd Boat in every Race will save its Stake. A Band will perform during the Regatta. The Competitors must entei- their Vessels or Boats with the Secretary at or before six o'clock p.m. on Monday, July 25th, after which time double entiy will be charged until nine o'clock p.m. on the same day, when entries will be closed. Those who are unable to attend per- sonally are requested to communicate in writing the name, port, rig. tonnage, and keel's length of their ves- sel. it will be proper to state distinctly the prize or prizes for which they intend to compete, and the dis- tinguishing flag they propose to carry. All letlei-s must be addressed [post free] to the Secre- tary, Mil. EVAN EVANS, Barmouth. The proceednigs to commence at One o'clock. N.B.-It is particnlary requested that no Yacht or Boat not engaged in the Races will cross the racing ves- sels during the Matches, and that to prevent mistakes they will not carry colours at the mast head. A public BALL will take place in the Evening, at the Corsygedol Arms Hotel, Barmonth. TICKETs-Ladies', los,; Gentlemen's, 12s. 6d,; to be obtained from Mr. Davies, Corsygedol Arms Hotel, Barmouth. EVAN" EVANS, Secretary. Barmouth, Juno 27th, 1864. rjx\\ y HmALAYAj ￼ ￼ ￼ "I p PURR EE ,IS JNAIURALCOLOURN '«\\ \I(. It is the Best and Cheapest unequalled for Flavour and Strength. Sold in Packets only at 3s 4d 4s., and 4s, 4d. per lb. AGENTS. BANGOR Roberts Draper. Williams Chemist. CONWAY Edwards CARNARVON Williams HOLYHEAD Roberts Respectable Agents WANTED, where none have been appointed. Apply to the Him?ya Te& Company, 4, FinAury .ViMe Seath, Louden, &0. I MENAI BRIDGE, BANGOR, BEAUMARIS, LLAN- DUDNO, AND.JLtVERFOOL. O SUMMER SAILINGS. 0N and after WEDNESDAY. June 1st, the City of Dublin Com- pany's Steamers PRINCE OF WALËs and PRINCE ARTHUR are intended to Ply daily [Sundays excepted,] on tlw ahove Station during the SUMltSiR SEASON, c-alliug at LLANDUDNO, weather permitting. FROM MENAI BRIDGE, at 10 a.m, riiOM PRI-NCEIS LANDING STAGE, LIVERPOOL, 11 a.m. Goods for Carnarvon Md the iibov-e places will be re- ceivo(I.It the Clarence Dbck. A COACH for Amlwch, leaves on the arrival of the Steamer from Liverpool, anClreturns in the Morning in time for the Sailings for Liverpool. Further particulars on application to Mr. J. K. Rounth- waite, 20, Water Street, Liverpool; Messrs. E. W. Timothy and Son, Menai Bridge ;or to Mr. John Thomas, Bangor Street, Carnarvon. STEAM TO NEW YORK. THE LIVERPOOL. NEW YORK I AND PHILADELPHIA STEAM- SHIP COMPANY intend despatching their Full-Powered Clyde-built Iron Screw Steam Ships, Carrying the United States Mails, FROM LIVERPOOL KL)R NEW YORK. CITY OF WASHINGTON Wednesday, 13th July. CfTY OF rANCHESTER .Wedne"hy, 20th July. CITY OF CORK .Saturrlay, 23rd July. And every Wednesday, and every alternate Saturday Cabin Passage by the Vail Steamers saiting every Wed- nesday, 15, 17, and 21 Guineas, according to the accom- modation. Cabin Passage by the Saturday's Steamers, 13 Guineas. Forward Passage 8 Guineas, including all Provisions cooked. Passengersfor CANADA, the UNITED STATES, and BRITISH COLUMBIA, booked through on very advan- tageous terms. For further particulars apply to WILLIAM INMAN, 22, Water-street, Liverpool. I Mr. ED. ELLIS, jun., Shipbuilder, Bangor. 0 to Mr. A. F. WATTS. Abergele. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. ViâQUEBEC and the GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. (Under Contract wiih Her Majesty's Provincial Govern- ment for the Conveyance of the Mails.) 1864—SUMMER AR R ANGKMENTS-1864. THE MONTREAL OCEAN STKAM-HHIP COMPANY'S first-class powerful Screw Steamers 1 PERUVIAN .Cape: W. BALLANTINE. NOVA SCOTIAN.. „ J. GRAHAM. JURA..T. AITO, HIBERNIAN „ J. E. DUTTON. NORTH AMERICAN., WTLIE. DAMASCUS „ R. BROWN. BF,LCXIAN MORAVIAN BUILDING. Are intended to Sail from LIVERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL, EVERY THURSDAY, Calling at MOVILLE, LOUGH ? lYLE, on FRIDAY, to embark Passengers and Her Majesty's Mails. And from QUEBEC to LIVERPOOL every SATURDAY. Calling at MOVILLE to land MRils and Passengers. Rate of Freight to Quebec and Montreal 55s. per Ton, Measurement, and 5 per Cent. Primage. Weight subject to agreement. Cabin Passage Monev to QUEBEC, EIGHTEEN GUINEAS and FIFTEEN GUINEAS, including Provi- sions, but not Wines or Liquors, which can be obtained on board. Steerage Passage Money to QUEBEC, EIGHT GUIN- EAS, including a plentiful supply of Cooked Provisions. By arraugcment. made with the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada. Bills of Lading and Passage Tickets will be granted in Liverpool for the conveyance of Goods and Passengers, at very moderate through rates, to all the Principal Towns in Canada. Bagpage taken from the Occan Steamships to the Rail- way Cars Free of Expense. For Freight or Passage apply, in Glasgow, to JAMES and ALEXANDER ALLAN, 70, Great Clyde-street; in Lou- don, to MONTGOMERY and GREENHORNK, 17, Gracechurch- street; or to stl'cct; 01' to ALLAN BROTHERS and CO., I Weaver-buildings, Brunswick-street, Liverpool. THE "BLACK BALL" & "EAGLE" LINE OF British and Australian Ex-Royal Mail Packets LIVERPOOL FOR MELBOURNE, Ship Register. Burthen. Captain. Date. CHAMPION of the SEAS 1946.4500..Outridgc 5th Aug Persons who hold Passage Warrants or BountyTickets, will please make immediate application to the under- signed. LONDON FOR MELBOURNE. GOLDEN CITY 25th July Assisted Passages and Free Grants of Land. FOR AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. BRITISH TRIDENT .(from London). 20th July. LONDON FOR SYDNEY. WILLIAM COLE 10th July. FOR QUEENSLAND. (Free Grants of Land, value 30 Pounds.) FIERY STAlt (from London) 25th July. and from Queenstown 30th July. ELIZABETH ANN BRIGHT (from Liverpool) 20th Aug. and from Greenock 25th Aug. STEAM TO NEW YORK- VIRGINIA s.s., 2000 tons (from Liverpool) 19th July. LIVERPOOL TO MELBOURNE. PACKET FOR THE 5th AUGUST, ?????? The Magni6c"Nt Clipper Ship ^=3SaisS CHAMPION OF THE SEAS," Captain Outride. 1946 tons Register, 4500 tons burthen. This celebrated Ship was built expressly for the Aus- tralian trade by Donald M'Kay, Esq., builder of the Lightning," and othcrnotcd vessels of the Black Ball". Line. She is well known for her rapid passages is handiomely furnished, and affords to all classes of pas- sengers the most unequalled accommodation.—Apply to JAMES HAINES & CO., Water-st., Liverpool; i GIBBS, BRIGHT & CO., North John-street; or T. M. MACKAY & CO., 1, Leadenhall-street, London, E.C. AGENTS. Mr. Edward Ellis, Garth Point, Bangor. Capt. Tully, Dublin Packet Office, Holyhead. Mr. Wm. Edwards, Llangefni, Anglesey. Mr. T. Edwards, Quay, Conway. Mr. F. Watts, Abergele. AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND BRITISH COLUMBIA. j- Passengers holding Victoria Passage Warrants or bounty Tickets. will please make immediate Application to the undersigned. ￼ TflE "WHITE STAK" LINE of BRITISH A USTRALI AN, and NEW "ZEALAND EX-ROYAL MAIL CLIP- =" PERS, sail on the 15th and 20th of each Month. Landing and forwarding Passengers to every port of Aus- tralia, Tasmania, or New Zealand. Tlie line is composed of the follow:ingcelebrated clippers. lWYAL STANDARD(S.S.) CHARJOT OF FAME. MORNING LIGHT. QUEEN,>f the NORTH. RED JACKET. SHALTMAR. WHITE STAR. GLEN DEVON. BLUE JACKET. ELECTRIC. TORNADO. ULCOATS. MERMAID. And many others well-known in the trade FROM LIVERPDOL TO MELBOURNE. Tons Tons To Reg. Bur. Sail. SAM CEARNS Melbourne.V340.3750.July 20. RED JACKET Melbourne.2000.4000.Aug. 20. ROYAL STANDARD.screw steamer.2^17.4000 Sept 20' LONDON TO NEW ZEALAND. W. H. HASELDEN (new). Canterbury) July 25. ALBERT Wn,LIAJd. Auckland July 25. MERMAID .Canterbury .Aug. The splendid new Iron Clipper "SAM CEARNS," built expressly for the Australian passenger trade, by Messrs. Scott and Co., of Greenock, will be despatched from Li- verpool for Melbourne as the White Star packet for July. Tne SAJ CEARNS" is fitted with the latest im- provements for the safety and comfort of passengers, and It is confidently expected she will compete successfully with the celebrated ship "Red Jacket," White Star," Chariot of Fame and Blue Jacket," which have made passages between Liverpool and Melbourne in 67, 67, GB. and 69 days respectively. Her Saloons are extensively and handsomely furnished, and passengers in this class are provided with bedding, linen, and every neeessary for the voyage. The second Cabin, Intermediate, and Steerage accommodation is very superior. Passengers embark on the 22nd July. For freight or passage, apply to H. r WILSO "IT&'I y to H. T. WILSON & CHAMBERS 21, Water-street, Liverpool, or WILSON, BILBROUGH & Co 27, Leadenhall-street, London, Or to PARRY and Co., Shipbuilders, agents, Bangor John Jones. Steam Packet Company Agent, Carnarvon T. Bell, Holywell; or to Robert Pritchard, Newry-straet, Holyhead. N.B.—Willox'g Australian and Kev Zealand Hand- Books, rent post free for 2 stamps.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CARNARVONSHIRE BOROUGHS, GENTLEMEN, The Debate upon the Foreign IMllcy ot Government has now reached a point at which it is im- probable that any fresh arguments can be adduced on either side of the question, and having decided to abstain from voting in the coming division, I think it due both to you and to myself to take this opportunity of offering, to you a short explanation of the course which I have felt bound to pursue on this occasion, and to my own position with regard to political questions generally. When at the Election in 1859 I offered myself as a Candidate for yonr suffrages, the political opinions which I professed were those of a Liberal Conservative-a class of politicians which, as is generally understood, and as the name itself implies, cannot be identified with either of the two broad divisions of party, but which differs from the extremes of both, acting to some extent independently of either. The question upon which at that Election the sense of the country was taken was the question of 'Reform' and a full consideration of the general aspect of politics at the time led me to believe that, although wholly agieeing with neither party, my own convictions would be found, upon the whole, more in accordance with the policy which the party of Lord Derby, so far as I could foresee the course of affairs, were likely to pursue, than with that of their political opponents. Experience has shewn me that I was mistaken in this belief. The questions with which the present Parliament has had to deal since it first assembled may be reduced to four classes. 1. The question, of Reform, which was the party question or touch-stone of the last Election. 2. Questions of Financial Policy, involving directly or indirectly thc principlcof Free Trade.. 3. Church and Education questions, involving the principle of religious liberty. 4. Questions of Foreign Policy, involving the right of nations to choose their own form of Go- vernment, and manage their own affairs with- out external interference. The 1st Question, that of Reform, was disposed of at an early period 'of the,present Parliament. The Go- vernment measure proved so defective as to meet with but little support even from their own adherents, and no other has since been brought forward. Upon the three remaining classes of public questions which have since engaged the attention of Parliament, I found, as affairs progressed, that the policy adopted by the present Opposition was less and less in accordance with my own convictions, whilst that of the present Go- vernment was, in the main, such as I could approve and support. Upon all Church and Education questions more especially this was the case, a prominence being given to them by their adoption as party questions, which they had not previously obtained. Upon all questions relating to Foreign Affairs it be- came more and more evideut to me in the course of events, that the policy of the Opposition was irreconci!e- ably at variance with my own sympathies and convic- tions, but as no attempt was made by them as a party to take the sense of the House upon it by a substantive motion, no practical difficulty has until now arisen out of this difference of opinion. With reference to the present question, my reasons for withholding my support from Mr, Disraeli's motion are briefly these. Both parties in the House of Com- mons, and I believe in the Country also, are agreed that neither the honour nor the interest of England require that she should go to war single-handed for the defence of Denmark against an iniquitous aggression. If our endeavours to maintain peace have not been successful, the respouBibility of failure rests, in my opinion, with the other nations upon whose joint action, aa parties to the Treaty of 1852, we were entitled to rely, and whose co-operation would have made war impossible. If, in reliance upon this co-operation, language has been held stronger than would otherwise have been prudent or justifiable, the blame, I think, must attach to those whose desertion of the cause of peace could not be fore- seen, and whose selfish policy has placed us in our present isolated position. Nor do I believe that the influence and consideration of this country have been lowered by the Government, who, speaking in her name, have denounced and stigmatised a great public wrong which they were yet not willing, unsupported, to prevent by armed intervention. A definitive issue, however, having been thus raised by a resolution eensuring the Foreign Policy of the Govern- ment, in which I found myself unable to concur, I felt that the divergence of opinion, to the growth of which I have referred, had at length reached a point at which a distinct explanation of my own course of action, past and future, was due to the Constituency whom I repre- sent; and in addressing to them this explanation, I should also have felt it my duty by replacing in their hands the trust reposed in me, to afford them an oppor- tunity of selecting, if they thought fit to do so, a candidate whose views were more in conformity with their own. This Parliament, however, is now nearly approaching the term of its legal existence, and an election at the present moment would be productive of great and need- less inconvenience to the Constituency. I do not think, therefore, that I should be justified in taking this step. It may be a few weeks only, it cannot be many months, before a dissolution must occur. And I shall IIwait that event in the hope that the decision at which I have arrived will meet with your ap- proval, and in the conscientious belief that I have adop- ted, under circumstances of much difficulty, the only course which I could honourably pursue. I remain, GENTLEMEN, Your obedient Servant, CHARLES WYNNE FINCH. 18, Lowndes Square, July 7th.
ABERGELE. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THREE Substantial well built FREEHOLD j_ HOUSES, situate at Pleasant Place, in the respective occupations of Lucy Williams, Lot Hughes, and Roberts. Four LEASEHOLD HOUSES, situate at Castle View, and in Castle Street, in the respective occupations of Miss Morris, George Babington, John James, and Evan Davies. Also, two FREEHOLD COTTATES, situate at Green- land, one in the occupation of Robert Davies, and the other void. For particulars and to treat, apply to Mr. Thomas Jones, the Lodge Gwych, Aliergele. BEAUMARIS. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. ALL that Capitai Leasehold Dwelling House and Garden, No. 4, Bulkelev Terrace. The House contains 8 Sitting-roms, Six Bedrooms, Kitchens, and Offices. The situation is one of the best in Beaumaris, commanding a magnificent view, and having a frontage to Castle Street as well as toward the Sea. The Lease has 74 years to run, and the ground rent is moderate. Application to he made to Messrs. J. and R. Williams Solicitors, Beaumaris and Holyhead. CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, COMMERCIAL, AND FRENCH SCHOOL, Nortkgate House, Chester, (Formerly conducted by Messrs. Martindale and Suart.) AT this School Young Gentlemen are liber- AAly boarded, kindly treated, and carefully instruct- ed in the various branches of a sound and useful Educa- tion. The ootirse of Study is especially adopted for the pre- paration of Pupils for the Universities, Army and Navy Exaniinat-ices, Civil Appointments, and for General Com- mercial and Mercantile Pursuits. The School will be Pe-Opeoed on Thursday, the 28th of July. Application for admission to be made to Mr. H. A. RlIINJIT, Head Master. SALE BY MESSRS. E. H. OWEN & SON- I CARNARVONSHIRE, FREEHOLD ESTAThS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MKSHRS. EVAN H. OWEN. AND SON, [Of Carntifrmu, rvnwn Tnn in the town of Pwllheli, in the county of CarnarvOn i)? Wednesday the 3rd day of Angus 1f«i4 it three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such coiidiUons as eshall be then aud there produced [unlc"" P?viousty dposed of by Private contract, of which due notice will be !Øven], I THE followno- very eligible Freehold Fo.rm i_ and Tenements, in the parishes of Aberdaron and Lliuinor, in the county of Carnarvon. QUANTITY. A. R. P- Garregfawr, Aberdaron, Wm Evans, tenant 62 1 1« Ganegf.?wr. .Htt.. John Thomas, do -2020 cZy ditto, Mrs. Williams, do ? ?l 0 38 1 Tynycaebach, ditto, John Eva?, do 0 10 Ponycer?g, do, Mrs. WitlLUM. do. 2j Greppach, ditto. Wm. Davies, do 3 2 0 ￼ & Corn Onst Mill Lhnnor, Robert Jones, do. IS 0 2 house, and land Part of Bodeilian) with a house, ?ditto, Owen ?i'ha."M, d, o. 8 11??9 &c Md)an<! ) Other part of Bodeil-! do, John Willicimgqnt l ian with 2 houscs. ? do, John Williams Mt) &c„ and land ) M.Owen, do. 7 0 30 Total quantity lüf> l: The premise. may be viewed with the permission of the Teii,itits, and further particulars auci plittii, had on ap- plication to Mr Hugh Jones, Solicitor, Carnarvon or to the Auctioneers or at the Crown Inn, rwiiaen. "PLEASURE TRIP ROUND ANGLESEY. I ? Ou WEDNESDAY next, Mth July, the ..L.J?. Steam Yacht FAIRY ("eafher ffjnut- "?? ??.ting). will make au EX(;Uf.SM? —?? ROUND THE ISLE OF ANGLESEY, Leaving CARNARVON at 8 0 a.m. MENAI BRIDGE at» O;t. m. „ GARTH POINT, Bangor at 9 15 a.m. „ BEAUMARIS at 9 45 a.m. Proceeding by Puffin Island, Moelfra Day, [and close in to the scene of the Wreck of the ROYAL CHARTER ] by Point Lynas, Amlwch, and the Skerries, into Holy- head Harbour, where the Fairy will remain for the period of 2 Hours, thence on through the New Harbour, round South Stack, over Carnarvon Bar, and through the SweUies, returning to Beaumaris about 8 p.m. Cabin Fare, the Trip 4s. Deck ditto, 2s. Gd. Refreshments will be provided on Board. Citv of Dublin Company's Office, Menai Bridge, July 8th, 1804. BARMOUTH REGATTA. A PURUC BALL will be held ? the 11 CORSYGEDOL ARMS HOTEL, on WEDNESDAY, July j 27th, 1801. LADY PATIHONESSES. The Honorable Mi's. Tottenham, Has Berwya. Lady Williams Wynn. Wynnhtay. Mrs. Wynne, Peniarth. Mrs Nanney, Maesyneuadd. Mrs. Buobury, Abergwynant. Mrs. Richards, Caerynwch. Mrs. Vaughan, Nannau. Mrs. Williams, Castell Deudraeth. Mrs. Corbett, Aberamffra. STEWARDS. Llewelyn Turner, Esq., President of the Regatta. R. J. LI. Price, Esq., Rhiwlas, Lieut. Col. Corbett. IV. R. M. Wyune, Esq. COMMITTEE. .J. E. Parry, Esq" Glynn Hall. F. P. Davies, Esq. O. S. Wynne, Esq. TICKETS Ladies', 10s. Gentlemen's, 12a. Ctl.niay be obtained from Mr. Davies, Corsygedol Arm3 Hotel, Barmouth. An Efficient Band will be in attendance.
jflmpevwl hïrïÜïuiiut. HOUSE OF LORDS-THOKSDAV. Tho business transacted was of a formal character. The Clerks of the Peace Removal Bill, the Greek Loau Bill, and the Pilotage Confirmation Bill, were read a third time and passed. HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY. The debate on Mr. Disraeli s motion was resumed by Mr. LA YARD, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, who complained that the Opposition had, in order to strengthen their case, unscrupulously garbled and falsi- fied extracts from the diplomatic correspondence, and that they had mainly directed their attack against Earl Russell instead of against the Cabinet, each member of which was equally responsible with the noble earl for the policy which had been pursued. He denied that Earl Kussell had threatened the German Powers and given injudicious advice to Denmark. On the contrary, the noble earl had simply warned the Germans that their policy could prove disastrous to themselves; and if Denmark had followed the advice given to her she would not have been in her present unfavourable posi- tion. Mr. HARDY indignantly repelled the charge that the Opposition had garbled extracts from the diplomatic correspondence, and he characterised the statements ot Mr. I.,tyard as calumnious. Mr. LAYARD moved that Mr. Hardy's words be taken down, but the Speaker ruled that they were not out of order. A noisy discussion followed, Lord Palmerston and the Chancellor of the Exchequer contending that Mr. Hardy's words were unparliamentary, while Sir. J. Pa- kington and Mr. D. Osborne supported the decision of the Speaker. Mr. LAYAIID ultimately expressed regret that he had used expressions offensive to the Opposition, and Mr. HARDY proceeded with his speech. He dealt particularly with Mr, Horsman's charge that tha Con- servative party had neglected its duty by not having criticised the foreign policy of the Government before the Danish question reached a crisis. The hon. gentle- man reminded the house that the Government had in- variably declined to produce the official correspondence on the subject while negotiations were pending, and that Lord Palmerston had repeatedlyxasked honourable members to refrain from discussing tne question during the sitting of the Conference. Mr. G. P. BKNTISCK alluded to a report that a compact had been entered into by certain leaders of the Opposi- tion and the Roman Catholic members, whereby the latter were pledged to support Mr. Di8raeli's motion. He strongly condemned such an arrangement, and de- clared that if the report was true, he would vote for the Government. Mr. COGAN asserted that the report was untrue, and called upon Mr. Bentinck to state upon. what au- thority he had repeated it in the house. Mr. Bentinck appears to have taken no notice of the challenge, as Mr. Cogan was followed by Mr. PEACOCK, who supported the motion. The ATTORNEY-GESKRAI., in apologising the motion, said that the Government had never given to tho Danes a promise to go to war on their behalf in fact, tlie offi- cial correspondence showed that the Danish Government had complained because her Majesty's ministers refused to give such a promise. The hon. gentleman contended that if the Government had erred in refusing to go to war on behalf of Denmark, it was the duty of the Oppo- sition to say so. Lord J MANNERS supported the motion. On the motion of Mr. OSBORNE, the debate was ad- journed until Friday evening, it being understood that it will then close and the division take place.
I KUTHLV The first of July is past, and no sign of the opening of the railway to Corwen. Many persons begin to think there is something very strange. The enterprising pro- prietor of the G'vrddelwe.'n coach offered to pay a fair price for the privilege of running a train each way. Will the directors neither take the responsibility them- selves, nor let others ? Perhaps the fable of the dog in the manger is not known in Wales. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The fortnightly meeting of the Guardians of the Ruthin Union was held on Monday last; Air. James Maurice presided, and Hev. David Ro- berts fulfilled the duties of vice-chairman. The busi- ness was of the usual routine character. Number of paupers iu tho Workhouse, 88; corresponding week last year, 97. Vagrants relieved since last Board day, 35.
A RUNAWAY TRAIN.-On the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, on Friday, a luggage train consisting of 30 or 40 waggons, started from Sheffield towards Dunford. At Dunford there is a deep incline, and while the train was ascending this portion of the road, a coupling chain broke, and the waggons, becom- ing detached, ran back. The guard in charge of tho train telegraphed to Penislone, with a view to having the runaway waggons shunted on the down line. The message was received three minutes after the mail train from Manchester had passed, and the waggons went forward in the same track. The mail train reached Sheffield first, and was shunted out of the way just as the waggons rushed through the station at a very rapid rate. The wapgous continued their course unchecked until they reached the Dunnall banks, about five miles from Sheffield. Here there was an incline, and they were brought to a stand after running about 20 miles' Fortunately, no damage was done either to person or property.
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. The Queen and the Princess .Beatrice went to London on Saturday, and after lunching with the Prince and Princess of Wa!es, at Marlborough House, her Majesty visited, the Duke of New- castle, and then went to Buckingham Palace, where she was joined b, the Prince and Princess Louis of Hesse, and received the Duchess of In- verness. Her Majesty and the Princess Beatrice returned to Windsor to t.iiiiiie-, and the fcarl of Clarendon had the honour of joining the royal party. While the Queen was at London the Prin- cesses Helena and Louisa visited Canterbury and inspected the Cathedral. The Prince and Prin- cess Louis of Hesse dined with the Duke and Duchess of Manchester on Saturday evening, and OIL Sunday afternoon returned to Windsor. Their Royal Highnesses went back to Buckingham Palace ou Monday evening. On Tuesday the Queen and the Princess Beatrice again came to London, and visited the Horticultural Gardens. The Prince and Princess of Wales attended the opening of a Bazaar, at the Hanover Square Rooms, in aid of the Earlswood Idiot Asylum, on Saturday morning. IN the evening the Prin- cess went to Her Majesty's Theatre, and the Prince diued with the Corporation of the Trinity at Trinity House, Lord Palmerston, the Master, being in the chair. The Duke of Cambridge was one of the quests. On Monday the Prince and Princess, accompanied by the Prince and Princess of Leiningen, attended a review of troops in H) de Park, the most brilliant military display of the season. In the afternoon they went to the Lon- don Hospital, where the Prince laid the first stone of a new wing to be added to the building. In the evening their Royal Highnesses had a large dancing party at Marlborough House. On Tuesday their Royal Highnesses visited the Horse Show, at Islington, accompanied by Prince and Princess Louis of Hesse, and in the evening they dined with the Duke of Cambridge. A Royal Commission will shortly be issued to inquire into the operation and tendency of the present system of capital punishment, in accord- ance with the decision of the House of Commons. It is said that the Commissioners will be the Duke of Richmond, Sir J. Coleridge, Mr. Hardy, M.P., Mr. William Ewart, M.P., Mr. Wadding- ton, of the Home Office, the Attorney-General for Ireland, and the Lord Advocate for Scotland. At 12 p.m., on the 30th ult., all the tolls levied on the public roads on the north of the Thames, to the extent of five miles from the metropolis, ceased to exist, and the toll-gates and houses are demolished, or being demolished. The tolls are still levied to the south of the Thames, and on the Southwark, Waterloo, and Chelsea Bridges. Those interested are agitating" to get those im- posts removed. The Confederates, as well as the Federals, have been endeavouring to enlist men in this country to serve in the war, which is a breach of our foreign enlistment act.. On Friday one of their ageuts, named Seymour, was charged, at Bow Street, with enlisting men as part of the crew of the Rappahannock, now lying at Calais, and was committed to take his trial at the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court. The war has re-commenced in good earnest, and who can say where it will end ? The Danes, on the 27th ult., re-established the blockade of nearly all the Prussian and German ports on the Baltic, and made preparations for blockading the others the Austro-Prussian fleet also approached nearer the scelle of action. On the. 29th, according to the Hamburg papers, those powers had 11 ves- sels, earn ing 238 guns, on the North Sea, whilst the Danes had only 5, carrying 181 guns, the greater part of their vessels being employed in the blockade. Another frigate of 35 or 44 guns, and some smaller craft woutd, however, it was ex- pected, be sent to the North Sea. The Prussians, at the same time that the Danes re-established the blockade, prepared to attack Alsen, and the particulars of the assault and capture of the island have been received this week. Ou the 29th ult. the attacking force crossed from the Suudewitt coast, opposite to which Alsen extends for several miles, the Alsund Strait between the two requir- ing not more than ten minutes or a quarter of an hour to row across. Eleven battalions, of 800 men each, crossed this Strait in 120 boats, being covered by several batteries erected in and near the Satrup Wood [I1.S the spot from which the Prussians crossed is called], and the Danish moni- tor, Rolfe Krake, sailed up the Straits, and at- tempted to interrupt the landing, but was driven away by the fire from these batteries. The Danes who encountered the first Prussian troops that landed, made a gallant stand they were over- powered by numbers, and as many as could re- treated but an account from Flensburg, dated the 1st instant, states that 2,400, including 100 officers, were made prisoners. The Prussians lost 3 officers killed and 17 wounded, with 300 privates killed and wounded. A telegram from Souder- burg, dated the ht inst., mentions an act of hor- rid barbarity [if it is true] on the part of the vic- tors. It states that at the p:trtial clearance of the battle-field on the previous day, 400 Swedish vo- lunteers were discovered, to whom no quarter was given. Some slight affairs have been announced since the fall of Alsen. On the 3rd instant two Danish men of war made a reconnaisance of Ru- gen, when the Prussian batteries opened upon them, and some of the shell thrown struck the vessels, which sheered off. The same day a party of Danes crossed the Linefjord, in Jutland, Prussians being stationed on the opposite side. A skirmish ensued, and the Danes were driven back, losing 60 prisoners. The ministerial Provinzial Corrispmdenz of Ber- lin, oil the 30th ult., pubiished the following as the" programme of the campaign." The arrange- ments, it is stated, having been agreed upon at Carlsbad. "The government and taxation of Jutland will be taken in hand by Prussia and Austria. Preparation will be made for crossing into Funen. Schleswig-Hoistein is to be placed under the common administration of Commission- ers appointed by the German Powers. In the succession question, which has become doubtful, Prussia will wisely consult her own interests and those of Germany." It appears that this pro- gramme is to be earned out. From Copenhagen, under the date of July 1, we are informed that