Brecon Auxiliary Bible Society. HPlIE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be hidden at the Town-hall, at Brecon, on Mon- day, the 8th of May, IK 15. are requested to pay their Subscriptions elite On that day. Christians of every rank and denominatiul1 itre invited to attend. (C.C. Clif ton, G. J Btnvaii, Secretaries, T. Price, W. Wilkins. l C. On/ftth, Philanthropic Annuity Institution, 109, FALL MALI,, LONDON. aohsrs; Mr. MORGAN MORGAN. Brecon Mr. J. VVATKINS, Hereford. THIS Institution which was established to guard against the great impositions which are some- siuies practised upon the public, enables those who desire to invest mone y for the purchase of annuities, to do illlpon the most advantageous terms, as may be-seen by a reference to the Tables of the Books deserrbillg the nature of the Institution; and which may be had of the Agents in the Country, and at the Oltice ill Pal!.Mall. it also provides EndoIVllIclltsfor Children, and enables Persons by the payment ofananuuat, or a ti,o,t sui,,i, to secure a competency by way of annuity to those whom they wish io provide for alter their decease. All Persons who are holders of Shares in the Establish- ment receive. £ ii per cent, per annum (or their money, clear of all deductions wh.utcvcr-s-payable half yearly on the 6th of January and the (5th of July. N. B. Persons of respectability desirous of becoming Agents (where none are yet appointed) are requested to apiily personally, or liv letter, post-paid, addressed to 'CHARLES PEACE, Secretary. fjpG COVER, at Fox MO NT CASTLE, near JL Cowbridge, Glamorganshire,, POULTON. Thorough-bred Mares at Ten Guinea?, and Half st Guinea t.> the Groom, and Mares not thorough-bred at half-price. Good accommodation tor any number ot iVIatvs. May and Grass at Ts. per week. Corn at the wholesale prices, and every possible attention paid to the Mares. The Money 16 be paid at Covering, or before the Mares are taken away. N. B. He is a sure Foal getter. For further particulars enquire of VVm. Alexander, Stud £ rooiu. as above if by fetter, post-p nd. LiLA MO RG A NSH lH Eo HILL FA n M S. TO BE LET, and MAY BE ESTKREB Vl'ON' ntMEDrATflt', ALL those MESSUAGES, TENEMENTS, and LANDS, called BLAENGWRACH F.AWR, B L A E N GW ft AC 11 l'AC H. 4' THO EDY H U EWIlACII, containing upwards of 700 Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture; the wluile within a ring-fence, and situ te in the pa-rUhes of Giyneorrwg and L.uuwit Juxta Neath, in the saidcounty. The taker will be accommodated with a fine lot of about 450 Sheep and Lambs, now depasturing on ihe Premises.— The two first Tenements will he let tithe tree. For particulars apply at the Office of Me>srs, Berrington and Jenkins, Swansea. SW ANSJ¡:A. To be Peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION, By S. LLEWELYN, At the Fountain-inn, on the Quay, in the town of Swans ea. oil Tuesday, the 9t'h day of May, 181.S, between the hours of two and fúur c'dt,ck in the afternoon of the same day, pursuant to a decree obtained in the High Court of Ad- miralty, a COiumlsslon thereupon issued, bearing date the 11th day of April, 1815, for the Appraisement and Sale'of the under-mentioned Ship or Vessel, in a certain cause for Sul'traction of Wages on the behalf of ior, 11 to iti Thomas Taylor, subject to such condition- of sale as shall he then and there produced, rr> THE SHIP OR VESSEL CAJjJ.ED The Little Johns of Plymouth, of the burthen of 120 Toi.s, or thereabouts; together with all her Stores, Tackle, Ap- parel, and Furniture. Inventories of her Stores and other particulars may be liad on application to Mr. James, Castle-street, Swansea. GLMIOR^NSHntiT Oak and Ash Timber. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Mackworth-Arms, Swansea, on. Saturday, the 29th day of April, 1815., herween rhe hours of tour and six in the afternoon, subject to Conditions of salc wllldt will be then produced, 60AK and 209 ASII TIMBER TREES, 605 k-) III the under-.nentiened lots j— Lot 1. 2.w OAK and Wl ASH TREES, numbered with white paint, standing in Kitchen-well Wood, on the right- hand side of the road leading from Park iVidl to Park Farm, in the parish of Penmain. Lot'2. 100 OAK. and 40 ASH TREES, numbered with while paint, standing in the said Wood, on the left-hand sirle of the said load. Lot 3. 205 OAK and 9 ASH TREES, numbered with white paint, standing on Wilioxlon Farm, rented by Mr. William Rowland and Land rented by Thomas Thomas, called Oldclo.se, in the p»ri*h of [ ston. Lot 4. 45 OAK and 13 AS J f TREES, standing in Cae Mawr Wood, aud Land adjoining, rented by Mr. James French, in the parish of IVnr.i in. For a view of the same apply to Mr. Evan Evans, at Black Pill, near Swansea or to Thomas Tllomas, at Park; and for any further particulars to J. Jeffreys, E^cj.Swansea wr Mr. R. W. Purchas, Chepstow, Baker's Patent Mangle, 'Time-keeper, by Bat rand, Part of a Hick of. May. ,» TO 13 E SOL D BY AUCTION, By T.- -BO-WEN. On Thursday and Friday, the 4th and 5th.of May, J815, rpiIE HOUSEHOLD FUHNII UBE and 1 EFFECTS of Captain Hay (who retires from this sountry) on the premises, at Marine ilia, Bitton-Fcrry comprising four-post arid camp bedsteads, with cotton and dimity furniture, straw, wool, and hair 111 stresses, prime leather-beds, blankets, quilts, and counterpanes, pier and dressing-glasses, stair, floor, and bedside carpeting, maho- gany articles in dining-room chairs, claw and Pembroke tables, half chests of drawers, child's crib, hat porcupine, side table, sofa, &c. japan painted chair-, .steel cut fender and fire irons; a variety of kilcnen. requisites, together with a superior set of patent dish covers.. Catalogues will be ready for delivery on Monday, the 1st of May, by. Mrs. Clarke, at the Vernon's-Arnis; and the sale will commence each day at eleven o'clock. ray desirable Residence, Land, and Farm, in South Wales. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By T. BO WEN, '4i)n Saturday, the 15th day id July, 1815, at the Mackworth- Arms, Swansea, Lot i A Compact FAMILY RESIDENCE, f\ most eligibly situate in a retired part of the "town of Swansea, commanding extensive and delightful V!cwsofth<:Hnrhour,Hay,anda<))<)cent Coasts. The House comprises a Drawing-room, Dining-room, Breakfast room, five Bed-chambers, and two Servants'- rooins Kitchen, Cellars, Water closets, and every other requisite convenience together with a good Garden, Four- stall Stable, Yard, Coach-house and Gig-house; and a pleasant plantation in front of the Premises, adjoining which are. TWO COTTAGES, now let at Ten Guineas per year. For the convenitonce of a purchaser the Furniture, which is ntodern and in good preservation, may be had at a va- luation. Lot 1.1. 25 ACRES of rich MEADOW and PASTURE LAND, within half a mile of Swansea, and ))far the Sea, forming a desirable situation for the erection of a genteel J.n<\nsioll. The country abounds with gsme-Coal is plentiful and cheap-and the markets are well supplied and reasonable. Lot3. TWO THIRD PARTS or SHARES of and in all Ihat FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, COTTAGE, und FARM. with the Appurtenances, situate and being within the Parcel ot Clase.in the parish of Llan- •gavelach, between three and four miles from Swansea, con- taining by estimation 16 Acres, more or less, of good Am. ble illld Pasture Land, now in the occupation of William Edwards «r his under-tenants. cu There are two valuable veins of Coal under this Farm, towards which three pits on adjoining land are progressive) y ■approaching. „ further particulars may be had of the Auctioneer, •Swansea. WANTED, a, respectable MAN, who un- dei'staii'U the Welsh language* and who is capable of collecting Tithes in kind.—-—Apply (if by letter, post- paid) to the Postmaster, Abergavenny. paid) to the Postmaster, Abergavenny. HOTEL, TENBY. T SABELLA SHAW, ■fri'deny of the late Thos. J_ Shaw, takes this method of returning her most grateful acknowledgments to the Ladies and Gentlemen, Visitants of Teuby, for all past favours, and begs leave to illforn1 them, that the business will be carried on by her on the same principles as it has been hitherto for upwards of 25 \ears. and humbly solicits their future favours and pa- tronage. N. B. She has laid in a fresh Stock of choice Wines, &c — \V. YAPP, DRUGGIST, BRECON, BEGS leave to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for the very liberal encouragement he has met with during nine .years in the above business, and assures them it will ever be his constant: care to select the best articles for sale, and with confidence, hopes to ensure a continuance of those favours so uniformly shewn him. Prescriptions and family Receipts carefully made up front the choicest articles. [ç:'r An APPRENTICE WANTED immediately.- Apply as above; if by letter the postage must be paid. A GENERAL MEETING of the SUB- J-3L SCRIBERS to the SWANSEA FttEE-SCHOOL for BOYS, in connexion with the British and Foreign School Society, will he held on Thursday, the 11th of May next, at the School-Room, at twelve o'clock precLely, oil Special Affairs. T. TOIULJXSON, Master. ARCHDEACONRY OF BRECON. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the SUB- SCRIBERS to the CLERICAL CliARlTY will be hidden at Brecon, on Tuesda,vthe 9th d..ty.of May next. The Siibscibers are requested to meet at the house of Archdeacon Davies, at eleven o'clock on that day, to at- tend Dirine Service at St. Mary's Chapel, where a Sermon will be preached by the Rev. Dr. Venables, Vicar of Clyro. After Service the Accounts 11 he audited at the Castle- inn. T. WILLIAMS, Sectctary. N B. Dinner on Table at Three o'Cloeii. BrecolI College-School, April 17, THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, Price Is. A SERMON, on 1 Timothy ii. 5. delivered on Sunday, March l'J, 18'1,5, at Carmarthen. By RICHARD AWBREV. Swansea: printed by T. Jenkins; and sold by the Book- sellers at Swansea and Carmarthen. rjPIIE SUN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, X having established Offices in Cornliill, and Craig's- Court, ChatTng-Cross. London,for effecting Assurances on Lives and Survivorships, and the-endowment of Children, fables of Rates, and othfr particni.n" may be had at the above Offices, or any of the Agents for the Sun Fiio-OHice, ~~TQ THE LADIES, %c, HORWOOD's OXFORD PATEN r APPARATUS. rI 11E simplicity of this Water-Closet wholly 1 precludes stoppages, and, saves a great many pounds in completing- the job over any thing of the kind ever otfaed to the Public, and ironi the great number already in use their full establishment nuy absolutely be considered <1eneral. One packed I' £ d-U warrant ed.Mnd safe delivered, "price of White Bason sort J.), Blue and While r4, with Effluvia Trap, completely tixed, packed, and plan to erect the whole of the work required. Hydraulia Pumps in Brass completely mounted £ 9. fills Cisterns on Mansions, and serves torcon)m"n use. Forcing Apparatus of easy action depth, height, distance,-a mile or two, being of no consequence. Closets t)r Water-works of any description altered to answer, or no pay.— Letters post-paid. Mr. H. being on a journey through this part o! the coun- try oil business, wilL attend in fixing, if required, to any that may be ordered wnhin. onc month. 'Their Plumbers may apply for instructions to prepare. Orders taken at the Office of this Paper, where the Pian may be seen. Good allowance to Agents lit p&r Hulf Duzln. AT a GENERAL ASSEMBLY of the PRO- PRIETORS of the I5RLNORE TRAAI-ROAI),. held at the Shire-Hall, ill the town of Brecon, tins 251 h day of April, lBtn, The Rev. Archdeacon DAT'IhS, in the Chair; Alr. Joii N Lr,KW-Er,r.YN having reported to this Meeting, that the Koad contracted for by Messrs. DIXON and OVERTON, is now nearly completed; the ftjain Road bei-g quite finished; that several Parting1! are already Llld, and the Plates required for the whole delivered upon the Work; andaiso. that "every ihinjz necessary to. he done, will certainly be accnrditr<r to their Con- tract, within three weeks from thi, tlnte: but that, at present, it may be worked'upon without detriment, tlic tiddiUona! number of Partings, bemsi only required for an increased trade—That a small portion only of the Fences remain undone; and that in his opinion the sum of cilOO will be more than sufficient to finish every thing contracted for by Messrs; Dixon and Overton—That the remaining part of the Road, to be made by Mr. Hidi, is ail laid within about Two Hundred Yards, and will be ready to be worked upon by the 1st df May next—Th-ir he atso considers that the whole of tl/e. Work, has been done in I ha best pmible man- ncr; and fhat it is, in 1115 opinion, one of the most substantial Howls in the Kingdom — It was Unsolved, That the Chairman do communicate to Messrs. D/ion and Overton, the Contractors for the above Road, th0 perfect satisfaction and approbation of the Pro- prietors,' of the, substantial and complete manner in which thev have fulfilled their Contract and that he do now signify that approbation with their Thanks. Ltvsolved, That a Committee Meeting be held at Brecon. oil Tuesday, the 23d day of May next. for the purpose of winding up and concluding all accounts connected with this Road.. Resolved, That the Solicitor's bill, and all other demands whatever, upon this concern, be brought before the said Commuter1; which is hereby empowered to draw on the Treasurer for such payments as shall appear to be due. • It appearing, by the Treasurer's Account, now produced, that there wid be the sum of.J9B1. applicable to such payments. And, that a sufficient sum is also regained in the Treasurer's hands. f™r the payment of 4II possible de- inMids for the Purchase of Lands* Resolved, That'the remaining catlof £ \0 per cent, tipon the snuts subscribed, be mu^e, attd paid into the rremurer's hands immediately. Rtsnloedi, That*lMr. John Llewellyn be requested to produce, at the next Committee Meeting, a Plan and Estimate for erecting a Toil House on the said Tram Road and that he fix upon the most eligible spot, on which it shall be built. Messrs. Dixon and Overton having proposed to deliver, in Boats, nt the Public Wharf at Hrecon. sixty or more Tons of Coal per diem, at Twelve Shillings pel' ''Trm J and any quantity of Lime, net less than a Host Load per diem, likewise in Boats, at the same place* at Fuurieeii-pence per Bllrrcl. ■Resolved, That the cordial ThankS of this Meeting be (riven them for Lhus enabling the Proprietors of the Brinore 'Tram Road to redeem even/ Pledge thut thei/ have origiuallyt or at ant; subsequent period, held out to the public. Resolved, That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to Mr. John Llewellyn, for his great attention, as Agent, to the interests o,f this Concern, during the whole progress of the undertaking. Ordered, That the above Resolutions be published three times in the Glopester, Hereford, and Cambrian Papers. Resolved, That the Chairman be requested to sign these i Resolutions, in the name of the Meeting- RICHARD DA Vi ES, Chairman. The Rev. Charles Griffith being called to the Chair, /present the Rev. Thomas Powell, the Rev. John Williams, the Rev. Chas. Griffith, John Rynd, Esq. Jonathan Dsxon, Hsq Samuel Church, Esq. Mr. George Overt on, Mr. Win. Williams, Mr. John Llewellyn, and Mr. fhomas Pierce), Resolved, That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the Rev. Archdeacon D-ivies, for his able conduct tn theChatr, i and unremitting attention to the interests ofthls concern.
THE CAMBRIAN. SWANSEA, I" ILIDAY, APRIL 28. Ectracl of a Letter from London, dated Eight o'Cloeii Wednesday Evening last. At length the new Constitution of France has reached us. The. whole particulars are contained in the Moniteur of Sunday last, and are extremely voiuit]iLious.-Ba- naparte retains the fifte of Emperor. iad the New I'tcndi Constitution resembles much if not a close copy of the British Constitution. It consists of 67 Articles, and is enti- tiiled an 'additional Act to- the Constitution of the Em- pire.' The firs! head, under the title of General Dispositions, and containing g() articles, vests the legislative power in the Emperor and two Chambers.The Chambers of Peers hereditary, and the number tndimited.—The Emperor names the Members, which nominations are irrevocable, for themselves and their male descendants.—Peers take their seats at the age of if, !tlld have not .the power of vot iug until they are 25. The Arch-Chancellor of the empire is President of the Peers. The Members of the Imperial family in here- ditary order are Peers iu their own right—they sit after the President—take their seats at 13, but can only vote at 21 years of age. The Chamber of the Representatives is to consist of 6!2? Members, and to be elected by the people they must be 25 years old; they are to be paid their expenses during the Session. To be renewed every five years; and the sittings of both Chambers public. The President of the Chambers of Representatives shall be chosen by the Cham- ber, and his nomination submitted to the approbation of the Emperor. The Chamber pronounces on the validity of contested Elections. The Members are allowedt r avel- ling expenses. No Member of either Chamber can be arrested except forfeiony, norproseciited in-criminal causes during the ) Session, unless by virtufe of a resoiutiot) of the Chamber of which he is a Meirjbeh No one can be arrested or de- tained for debt from flu; convocation to 40 days after the Session. In criminal- cases the Peers shall be judged by their ovtii Chamber. 'The Emperor can prorogue, adjourn, and dissolve the Chamber of Representatives. The 2d head providas for the mode of Election by Elbctory CciHcges, and has no novelty. The 3d regulates the Laws of Imports. The 4lh declares the responsibility of Ministers, nearly the same as by the Royal Charier. The .5th relates to the Justiciary c tit Powers. And the (5th and last to the flights of Citizens. The articles declare all Frenchmen c,l1al before the law— guarantee the freedom of religious worship—decree the inviolability of all possessions acquired in virtue of Jaws- the freedom of the press, with signature of the authors) and without previous censureship, but liable to future prose- secution —the right 01" petition secunul-wio place or portion of territory can be declared in a state of siege, but in the event of foreign invasion or civil vvnr, and conclude with the declaration in the name of the people of France, that on the delegation of their powers they withhold the right pro[)u!!ing the re,establi5hwent ot the Büurbons, or of any Prtt)seoft!tatfami!y, to the throne, even >in the event of the extinction of the Imperial Dynasty or the restoration of the ancient feudal Nobles, or of the stsigneurfal or feudal rights, or of tythes of any privileged religion, or the right of questioning the irrevocability of the sale of national domains. On all these things the people formally interdict the Governmett' Chambers, or Citizens, to raise any pro- position. (Signed) NAPOLEON TheDukeofBASSAXO. In a letter addressed this day from the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the Members of the Stock Exchange, he states that the' Bill now under the consideration of the House of Commons provides for the revival of thp Property 'fa* from the 5th of April, as if it had never expired and therefore, in case the Bill shall receive the final sanction of the legislature, the interest of Exchequer Rills as well as the profits of every other kind of property will be subject to the same charges as if the Act had continued in force without any intermission. The Chancellor would regret should a different ulldcrstandillglplve taken place. "Consols for- Account 5?J." IIOUST* OF COMMON, Wednesday, April §Q. Mr. P. Grenfell, after all introductory speech oil the quantity of all balances in the Bank of Eng'an.i belonging to the public, inclusive of unclaimed dividends, Excheqnur Bills, kc. moved for an account of the amount of those items up to the 15th of April. The Chancellor of the Ex- chequer had no objections to a^reo to the motion, but lie thought the statement of the lion. Gent. rather Exaggerated as to the profits of the Bank, because there were consider- able drawbacks upon those profits. After a conversation of some length, in which Mr. lonsonby, Mr. P. Moore, Mr. Meitish, Mt-. Manning, Mr. Baring, Lord A. Hamilton and Mr. Msryatt took a part, the motion was agreed to, and after some routine business the House adjourned."
--=- Arrivals at Stpnnsea, Sir Edward nnd Lady Smyth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orlabar and family, Mr. Fi--rgUSon, Capt." W.-Williams, Mr. G. Grenfell, Mr. B. Davis, Mr. Vivian, Mr. Edward" Capt. Roes, Capt. T. Mansel, Mrs. and four Miss Phelps, Sir Wm. Richardson, Mr. Purchase, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and f.nuily, Capt. R. Mansel, Mr. and Mrs. Ludlow and family, Mr. Smith, Mr. R. Powell, Mr. iAIr. ill I Mrs.Day, Major and Mrs. Powell and family, Col. Treharne, Mr. puikuey, Col. Quiti, Mr. 11. Williams, &c!.&c. Arrived at Tenby.—Mr. and Mrs. Parry and famiiy,Rev. Mr. and illi-s. Brown, Rev. Mr. Glandor, Rev. G. Evors. CuI. and Mrs. Dickinson and family, Mr,and Mrs. Lucas and Miss Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family, Gen. and Mrs. Bingham, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Rees, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Parry, Capt. Saunders, &c. Stc. The Rev. Joha Tasker Nash, D. D. is instituted to the vacant stall in tiie cathedral church of Lantlaff. The Rev. John Hume Spry, M. A. is elected to preach the Divinity Lecture Sermut's, founded by Canon IhrnptolJ, fur the ensuing year, in the Untr versity of Oxford. Mis Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Masons of England, (upon the recommendation of the Deputy Provincial Grancl Master of Hereford- shire, and the Palladian, Royal Edward, and Vitru- viatl Lodges,) has been pleased to order a Warrant of'ConstitUiion to be made out, directed to the usual number of Masters, empowering them to open a New Lodge at MonmMuth, to be called the Ildyal Augustus Lodge of Ancient Masons. Lord Sidmouth has sent orders to the Colonels of all the militia regiments, to ta.Ke preparatory [Mea- sures for completing their numbers, by sendingout their non-comuiissionfed officers to effect the same, as speedily as possible, by beat of drum. We are extremely sorry to state, that the Con- cord, Capt. Buse, atid the Friends Goodwill, Capt. Bryant, both of Swansea, were lost on Friday last in a gale of wind on the coast of Cornwall, and, we fear, all on board perished, except one man and a boy who belonged to the latter. The body of poor Bryant was thrown n" shore near Padstow the saine (Jay. Milford, April 20.—This morning arrived the Bat Customs cutter, Capt. Prosser, with the sinti," gling cutter Mary of Guernsey, Capt. Phillips, which she captured yesterday after a very long chase in C&ldy Roads the Mary had on" board about 600 ankers of brandy and gin, which have been secured in the Custom house store. The crew (eleven persons) are secured and are to be delivered over to the navv. Also arrived the Lord Wellington, Matthews, from Swansea for Waterford, last Irom Solva, where the injury she sustained by striking on a sunken rock near the Smalls has been repaired. Two vessels were lately lost near St. David's Head; ctews saved, On Monday last, Walter Tuscott, a carpenter in H. M. Dock-yard, and a person of the name of Morgan, were committed to the county jail tor trial, the former for stealing a quantity of paint the property of his Majesty, and the latter tor receiving the same, knowing it tu luve Leesi sudesi, Oil Tuesday the MomaoutHshtf, of LI,«v,r!iio Troop of Yeomanry Calvalry, assembled Oil the pa- rade for the purpose of being inspscted by their Cdptain-Commmandant, Rd. Lewis, Esq. After being dismissed irom duty, the Troop sat down to a sumptuous dinner at Avery's Hotel. As soon as the cloth was removed, and the usual toast drank, an elegant Silver Vase, beautifnly engraved, with a suitable inscription, was presented by the Officers an I Troop to their much-respected Commandant, which was- most. politely received, and his thanks returned in an appropriate spirit. Thegobict was immediately filled; and after the Captain had drank the health of the corps, thanking them for their flattering attelitioll tii him on this occasion, it was passed round the table, and the compliment returned him eouamore, by every Member present. Mirth and song succeeded; and the company de- parted highly gratified by the pleasures of the festive day. t) On Monday last, an inquest was held by Dr. J. C. Collins, on the body of Catherine Benjimin, a young woman, who lost her iife on the preceding Friday, while crossing the Swansea river at Yuis- penllwch, by a body of water suddenly rushing down and overwhelming her.—'Verdict, accidental death. 0 Four Inquisitions have been held before the Coroner of Carnarvonshire, in the course of the last fortnight.—-One at Pwllheli, on the body of a female infant, about two years of age, who was drowned in a snjall well in a gardeif near to the house of her parents; and another on Llanllyfni mountain, on a girl ofabout the same age, who was also-found drowned in a. very small stream close to her father's door, the water whereof was not six inches in depth. The third Inquest was taken near to Aber Ogwen, in the parish of Llanllechid, on the body ot a man unknown, who was found Moating in the sea, near to Aber Ogwen aforesaid he had on a blue sailor's jacket, with á thickset waiscoat underneath, blue pantaloons and boots, and in his fob thern wa3 a large silver watch, maker's nanfe, Thomas Gornian, Dublin, No. 5127. The last body was found under Trebortb, about two miles frotri Bangor, which appeared to have been long in the sea, being much disfigured, and nearly iri A putrid state. 0' On Thursday night a. man of the name of Mar- wood, belonging w. Lidbrook, fell from a bariie coming dowti the river Wye, above two mile, above Chepstow, and was unfortunately drowned. On Wednesday Was launched frdm the building yard of Messrs. Bowsher, lodges, and Watkins, at Chepstow, a fine new vessel called the Gleaner; She went oft'the stocks in a stye highly gratifying ty the numerous assemblage of spectators. A remarkably line brig, called the jane and Alice, was lately launched from the yard of Mr. Samuel Samuels, Carnarvon. The Britannia, of Cardigan, Owen, rtiister, from Liverpool to Padstow, with salt and cheese, was lost oil Friday morning last, neer Padstow ;—the crew has been saved. On Friday morning, the brig Neptune, of Fish- guard, Griffiths, master, was driven on shore, near Godreavy, in St. Ives Bay. The crew were fortu- nately saved, but the cargo, consisting, of coals, will be almost entirely lost. It is scarcely cre- dible, though unfortunately too true, that some of the ruffians who assembled under pretence of protecting the property, actually robbed the Cap- tain of his watch and plundered the unfortunate seamen of the clothes they endeavoured to save at the risk of their Jives.—One of the crew who got on shore almost naked, saw a number of miscre- ants employed in carrying off some rope, and remonstrated with them on the atrocity'of their conduct, when he was told, that unless he imme- diately departed and refrained from molesting them in securing their lawful spoil, they would strangle him on the spot. At Llangathen fair, last week, the shew of prime cattle and pigs was considerable; and they went off at good prices. A vein of rich lead ore wag recently discovered at Bewbeer, near Bow, Devon: a considerable quantity of the ore was thrown on the highway, before its value was ascertained. It lies very near the surface: and the vein is supposed to be large.
FAIRS IN MAY. Glamorganshire.ir\daViA and Llangynvvyd, Wednes- day, the bi id ge, fhursday, the 4Ui.—^Swansea, Llantrissent, and Wain, Saturday, the 13ih.—Landaff and Capt Icy Creinant, Monday, the 1.3th.—Penrice, Wednes- day, the 17th—Caerphilly and Ncmth, Thursday, the '25th. Carinurthiinshire. — Llmielly and Three Lords, Thursday, the Fr'day, the 5tii.—Lkmghame and Llanfynydd, Saturday, the 6th.—Newcastle-lvulyn, Wed- nesday, the lOi h.—Llandilo-vawr and Llanvihangel-Yer- roth, Friday, the 12th St. Clear's, Saturday, the 13th.— Llrtnarthney, Monday, the ldth.—Llandovery, Tuesday, the 16th.—-Llandebie, Wednesday, the 17th.-Llansawel, Friday. the 19th Llanboidy, Monday, the Sad.—Kid- welly, Wednesday, the S2*th.—Llangadock, Thursday, the 2,5th. Breconshire.—-Brecon, Thursday, the 4th.—Trecastle and Ponineddfechaii, Friday, the 5th.—Builth, Monday, the 8th.—lievynnock, Tuesday, the 9th.—Criekhowell, Friday, the l'Jth.—Hay, Wednesday, the 17th.—-Talgarth, Wednesday, the 31st. Pembrakeshirt—Prendergast, Monday, the 1st,—Tenby, fhuisday, the 4th, and Tuesday, the 16th.—Eglwyswnv, Thnrsday, the 1th.-Newcastle, Saturday, the till). — Ha- vei ford west, Friday, the li'th,—Mwncton, Fishguard, and Pembroke, Monday, the 1.5th.—Maenclochog, Monday, the 22d.— Lawhaden, Monday, the 29th. Cardiganshire.—Cappel Cynnog, Thursday, the 4th.— Llanwydalus, Tuesday, the 9th.—-Aberysth.vith, Alonday, the toili.—Lampeter, Wednesday, the 17th.—Ilhos,Thurs- day, the 18th.—Uang\ rating, Saturday, the 27th. Radnorshire.—Howey, Saturday, the 8th, -[ am s C;\st1e and Penybont, Friday, the l'îth.-Knightoll, Wednesday, ] the 17th.—New Radnor, Tuesday, the 23d. Monmouthshire.—Caerleon, Monday, the 1 st.-N ewport Thursday, the -tth.—Casttetown, Saturday, the 6th.—Aber gavcmiy, Monday, the loth.—Monmouth, Tuesday, the 16Ih.tow, Thursday, the IBlh.-Chepstuw, Friday, the iyth. —_
BIRTH. On the 21st inst. ft Peutre Purr, near Liaiidilo) the lady of Col. Peacock, ol a daughter, MARRIED. On Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas Walters, butcher, of E-eiiiiy, Glamorganshire, to Mrs. Partridge, of'Kidwelly. On Tuesday !.xt. at St. Mary's church, Brecon, by the Rev. Archdeacon Davies, John Brown, Esq. to Miss Williams, daughter of Rev. D. Williams of the same place. On Monday3last, Joseph Venables Lovett, Esq. of Bel- mont, Salop, to ill'» Margaret Heaton, of PL» TJtfaton, Denbighshire. At Welshpool, Air. Thomas Jones, clock and watch- maker, to Miss Mary Rider. At Llande'dan church, Mr. J. Jones, jun. of Ty'n-y gongol, Town-Clerk furtilc borough of Beaumaris, to Miss Koggie, only daughter of Mr. Boggie, of the same place. DIED. On the 21st inst. at Llandilo, aged 60, Mr. Moses 11 Anthony, landlord of the Lamb public-nouse, in that town. Last week, of the bratn fever, after it short illness iVliss Locke, eldest daughter of Edward Locke, Esq. Collector of Customs at Aberyst,"ilh. Mrs. Dawes, eldest daughter of the late William Lewis, Esq of Llanddyfnan, Anglesey Mr. William Jones, 01 St. John street, London, whole bone merchant, formerly ot Cefnmadryn, Carnarvonshire. On Friday, Mrs. Bradish, wile of Henry L. Biadish, Esq. of On the 10th inst. Richard Edmstids, Esq. of Fentre- Mawr, near Denbigh. On the 2¿íth of September last, at Arrah, Rengal, David Burges, Esq. many years m the Civil Service, of ;he Hon. East India Compnny, highly respected by h's jn»ia;;rdu» fsUnds and acqaaintaacrs.
61UF NEift. Sw AI r. S h A-a.t t i THE S an-;e:1 Tr,i,, NLid btlis, tram Brwtoi, vrith »undrK-.» :.e -y, :lugfon1. ;'(•>/« w j:)¡ .S-r/ci-' Cardilf Lewis, i'fu-.u Ci1!d,j'¡', i h iion; Henry, Grant, from Aitiiulel Lumza,Couch, troni Fo 'é" with clay; John, Briant; Ani- Liriani and PrwviUeucii, Lewis, from St. Ives Princess at VV aha, Nowm ai.d Phoenix, laylor,f.o:u Plymouth, wit I) c jpper ore j Eti^a and June, Hatamet, from Newport; Pruic-ss Royal,'Jo.u»s, from Aberystwith E-.cape, Bu-hm, frott, R evi- ludon, Edwards, from Barmouth Culfodeir, Davies, from Bi istol; True Briton. Thomas; and Redruth, Rowe, trcru St. Ives; Harbinger, Barrv, from Salcoiub; William, Ca<r, from Ply mouth Morriston, Rutlierefi and Race Hors,, f hiifipa, t<o>if Vovghall Mana, (Jritliilj*, from Newrv; New Fair Trader, Carnis, froui Cork Emhlvn, Edwaras Maria and- Martha, Evans and Aim and Fanny, Thomas, from Dublin, all in ballast. Cleared oiit, the Phoenix, Diamond • and Venus, Davis, for Bristol Betsy,. Mugford Favourite, Southaiu and Sabrina, D^vjcs, fur Gloucester, with sundries Willmjo and Nelly, Davies, for Cardigan Henry, Gnint, for Fui- mouth; Harford, Waters, for Penzance; Aon and Fanny, Thomas, for Pwlheili; Sprightly, Mary, t'or Barnstaple; Rashleigh, iMeihuisli; and Active, Uiekard, for Fowcy Bristol, Recs and Forest, Hawkins, for Truro; John and Elizabeth, Slocoinbe Ann, ila'Aks, and Escape, Hu,llIli. for Miuehead" iron and Tin Trader, Har-.vooJ LouUn, Couch; and Nancy, Bevnon, i'or bridgevvater WiiUarn, Cair Rediord, Nicholas; Sunderland, Metcalf; V7iifers» Dalton Hope, Way • Sus.au aad Caroline, nWIII pSOH Harbinger, Barry Princess of Wales Boiuton. Sanders; and Piiconix, Taylor, for Plymouth"; Cardiif Lewis Maria and ulartha, Evan^j fieginniiig, Evans felicity, Stevens aiid Einlyn, Edwards, for A bertha Assiiittuus, Jenkins Calstock, Moyse Mary's Galstvurthy John and .Mary, Rosser; Mary,• Rees • True'Biit"i», ''ilioaius Ilosewain, Cundy Friends, Tucker Re'tfrutfi, Rowe John Stroud, Wilkins; Fortitude, Gnffiihs Aii^deious, Loveruij> For- titude, Suiitir; SusaiinaJi, Rhyddetah.; Suplaa# Meifioish Henry, Davies Peace, Davies Urncr, Hoskius Fiee- man, Stevens and Maria, 6,mah, for St. Ives; Cordelia, Owens; Prince of Wales,'John.; Hope, Llewellyn; Eliza, Bevan; Henry, Davies; Maria,'Griffiths Princess Royal, Jones; and Liberty, Morris, for Wateiford, all with coal-. WIND—S; W. Neath—Cleared out, [he Cally, IMarsha) end Maria, Irwin, for iifracombe Fdtuc, Lioyd. lor Cardigan; Dvj- phin, Owen and Fame, Julian, for Aberystwith; Swift, Harries, for BeHuutaris; Brisk, 11 aiding: Friends, Barrett; 1 hree Sisters Uttdge Flora, Williams Jane, Cooke St. Ives, Stephens; Edward, Cutcliff; Brothers. Sully: Pro- vidence, Owen Thomas. Love ring; William and Mary, Huxtable; and George, Sincock, for St. Ives New Gift, Hughes, for Aberdovey; Lillie, Lodge; and Unity, Slcne, for Bridgewater; Peter and Sally, Young, for Bideford Dasher, Dalley and Fortunatus, Stephens, for Plymouth Harriot, Poole, for Porlock Harmony, Wcstlake, for Wat- chet; Hope, floberts,- and Morning Star, Roberts, for Pw I- lielli; Jane and Elizabeth, Langmaid, for Padstow; Mary, Tozer; Rebecca, Bant Venus, Lurd; Conhtance.Cotiier Samuel, Vittery; Mercury, Adams Fitncy, Crews; Am), and YVilliani, Best Wiza. Sprague; Union, Webb; Two' Brothers, Smith Fancy, Saunders; Polly, Ball; (joldeii Fleece, Adams; Olive Branch, Swaffin and Netlev, Car- lisle, for Dartmouth; Grape, Wedgery, for Barnstaple; Princess Royal, Owen, for Newport; pticcess, Kearon» for Wicklow; Speedwell, Roberts, lor Drogheda; Heart ot Oak, Pearson Rees; Lord Vernon, Langdon »' and Delight, Morgan, lor Cork Sisters, Boss, for Fowey Bristol Trader, Jones; and Waft, Will.ams, for Aberay- son; and Trafalgar, Evans, for Bristol; all vviih cfatandt culm. Llanellij.—Arrived, the Union, Roberts, from Falmouth "Thomas and Eliza, -Buyer,'from Falmouth; Mary, GiObs „ Elizilbel h, Miller. Margam, Balks; and Rebecca, Essta- way, from St. Ives-, with copper ole; Ann. Ray Friend. Adventure, Myrick; Lark, Philltps Rebeccs.Trehame, William and Nancy, Roberts; Morning Star, Roberts Sr. David, Roberts Raven, Thomas; Friends Goodwill, Han- cock and Elizabeth, Rees, from Carmarthen; Molly,Grif- fiths, from Holyhead Venus, Davies and Fame, JOlies, (rolll Cardigan; Mackarel, Owens; John, Davies; and Happy Return, Griffiths, !rom Pwhelh Sampson, Morgan and Margaret, Owens, from Aberthaw Rebecca, Paruel'i, from St. Ives Ann, Rtcttttfds, from Elinor* Griffiths, from Barnstaple Endeavour, Gibbs, from. Kid- weHy; Jaue und Betty, Price; Peggy, Pnchaid Venns, .Tones; Shylocb, B<*u»e George, Coleman; Britannia* I rice Nancy, Deinpsey and Phoebe, Harris, from Dub- lin Olive, Layn, fron; Xinsafe; and Britannia, JOIIC:" from Jersey', all_ in ballast. Cleared out, ihe Fisher, Patrick; Ann, Ray; Morning Star, Roberts Wdllam and Nancy, Roberts Reb-cca. Treharne Friends Ad venture, Myrick Friends Goodwill, Hancock; and Lark, PhiJfips, tor Ca-rmai then; Shylock, Boase; Union, Roberts; Margam, Balks; M ,ry, Gihb-; and Providence; Gibbs, for 51. Ives Mayflower,' Morgan, for Milford Ann mid Mary, Williams and Hopewell, Jones, for Aberystwith Molly, Giiffiths; for .Holy head Ebenezer, Bithng and Rebecca, Parnell, for Paustow Jones; John, DInes; and Mackarel, Owens, for Pwlheili; Ehenezer,.Billing and Rebecca, Parnell, for Padstow John, Chalk Minerva, Morgans and Recovery, Day, for Bidetord; EIIZclbeth, Miller, for Tenby Williatii and Mary, Howells, for Bristol; Sampson, Morgan, for Cardigan; Nancy, Dempsy, fur Kinsafe; Eliza, Fox, for Wickiow; Phoebe and Harries and Britannia, Price, for Wateiford; Ann and Marv, Griffiths; and Mary Anu, Griffiths, for Newry, all with coal or culm, Carmarthen.—Arrived, the Eame, Evans, from Bridge- water; aiid Cambria, Richards, from Bristol, with sundrie* Ravet1, Thomas, fiom Liverpool, with deals; W'lJIiam and Nancy, Roberts; Cres'vVel! Castle, Lewis; A'tin, Ray Re- becca, Treharne Two Friends, Griffiths Friends Good- will, Hancock; St. David, Roberts; Peggy, Webb; L mi:, Phillips; Friends Adventure, Meyrick \i:iam, Chnx:u- phcr and Fisher, Paliick, (Voni Llanelly Collier, Allies; and Courier, Stephens, from Kidwelly, all with coal. Cleared out, the Linnet, Lewis, for Cardigan Charles Henry, Phillips, for London; Hope, Johns; Eleanor giid Catherine, Charles; Expedition, D ivies and Welcome, Davies, for Bristol Diligence, Webb, for St. Clears, with furniture William and Nancy, Roberts, for Llanelly, with barley; Courier, Stephens and Collier, Miles, fur Kid- welly. with deals and brick. the Mayflower, Morgan and Ann and Mary, Williams, from Llanellv; 'Friends, Wooif, for Bristol; Grace and Peggy,—:— and Agcnoria, James, from Wateiford for Liverpool; Good Intent, Thomas, from Swansea for Cork Catherine and Edward, Phillips, from Bristol for Newry Lady Fitzgerald, Allen, frora Bristol for Walcrford; Minerva, Huruphreys, from London for Dublin; Liberty, Phillips, trom.SwanseaforAmUch Ann, Oliver, from Plymouth for Pembroke; Brothers, Lloyd, from Cardiff for Bowllngbay M.ry, Jones, from Newport for Whitehaven. Sailed, the Jane and Betty, Pearce, from Holyhead for Burry; Plymouth, navai transport, for .PI, mUl/th, with ¡¡, large fleet of coasters and colliers. Chepstow.—Arrived, the William, Stect and Mary, Smith, from Gloucester; Charlotte, Howies; vtwtt Mineiva, Phillips, from Newport; Endeavour, Phillips; Ann and Peggy, Waters; Chepstow. Harwood Abbey, Mad ley Friends, Williams; Allimce, Roberts; ,and Perseverance, Lewis, from Bristol; Wellington, Chapiii.uu and Union, Mathews, from Plymouth Idea, Ctements, trom Padstow Ellen, Edinondsou, trom Beltut; and Robinson, Elliot, ,lot, from Dublin. Sailed, the Lovely Lass. Ifiscox and Charlotte, Rawles, for Newport; John, Boweil} Chepstow, Harwood; An.. and Peggy, Waters; Friends, Williams and Sally, Phillips, for Bristol; Fly, Saunders, for Gloucester; Swan", Rt-t<s> Lr Londonderry; and Calledonia, ifor Dublin. Bristol.—-Ani\ed, the Eliza, Aun, Lift ie, from Honduras; Brothers; M Nair; and^Fan»e, Marsh, from Cadiz; Match- less, faylor, from S. M'.whaei s Friends Increase, hits, ïrom Limcrick; Brothers, Davis; Friends; Pureed: Saiiv, Crcwse; and Mary,Oweti, froth Waterlord Melchbouri«, Brown Elua, Davis; and Bi other*, Cuapman fiom Coi* and Williaia Leece, Ley. from Dublin.
COUNTRY MARKETS. Wi<e!li3i.5y tvi. Barky ii. 15 6 3. Oats ll, 8s Od. p«r quarier. BRISTOL. tto 69,,80. per quarter. Fine Flour 6(>i. (!d. to 7Si. Od.—Seconds. <"d. r« j Oil. pq "uck.-Barley 31s. 0d.— Oats 2Vs. o-i. per <>t. I Beans 33*. o4.-=-Pea* SSs. to 44s. Od.—Har, 63s. to j Strnw is 5d.o2< S^r-VetchefOQs.at tjQa.