hou wouldst view falrTINTEKN aright, Go visit it by the pale moon light! (FOJ the gay beams of gladsome day Gild but to flout the ruin gray). Then go—but go alone the while- Then view St. Mary's ruin'd pile; And, home returning, soothly swear, Was ne J* i scene so sad, so fair:
STATE OF 1RELA ND-t MPORTANT MEETING AT MARYLEBONE. nf0,!af?n,dj' a meeting of influential electors of the borough took nlano convened by its Parliamentary representatives, lonarp for ti nian*ion of Sir B. Hall, Bart., in Portman- a nubii'r dpm p,urpose ot considering the propriety of making refe,enc',o & "d before that honiMhp Co;iveQe^ for twelve o'clock precisely, and was densplv rrnivfl j K°n tl,e mansion in which it took place ^irpnlar anH Lh bY gentlemen who had been invited by »M,u..d..u .^or Sir Benjamin Hall, Bart., was called on to preside, and was surrounded by a large number oTlr.sh members of Parliament, amongst whom were observed Lord Clements M.P. the hon. Fitzstephen French, M.P. Captain Hatton, M P Sir Denham Norreys, M.P., Mr. S. Crawford, M.P M s O'R L M.P M, Archbold, M.P., He. Si, i>. he to»: L. Mostyn weie also present. nuu The Chairman having read a number of letters from members of parliament, apologising tor their inability to attend but ex- pressing their hearty concurrence in the objects of the meeting, said he considered he had no apology to offer for having con- vened the present meeting, foi he conceived it to be a course not only proper, but most constitutional, whenet-er any great events were arising or agitating the country, that members of parlia- ment should put themselves in communication with their con- stituents on all trying occasions. (Hear, hear ) The only apology he had to offer was, that the limited space of his apart- ments would not accommodate the whoie thirteen thousand elec. tors of the borough but he hoped, seeing the impossibility of such taking place, that umbrage would not be given to those who had not received a circular. The state of the sister coun- try, it must be admitted, on all hands, was most alarminc- and the time was come when he thought it was the duty of all who desired peace, to do something to mitigate the sufferings and oppression which the Irish nation had so long laboured under, to demand for them equal rights and liberties with the English, and that a due administration of justice should be carried out towaids her. (Hear, hear.) A strong feeling was existing in Ireland that the English people had no sympathy with the sufferings of the Irish people and it was the opinion of the Irish members of parliament, that if a demonstration in this metropolis were made in favour of justice to Irplaml that filing would be allayed, and a tone and temner wmild be r.nen to all demonstrations which might folIow throughout 'he country. It was, moreover, considered that if thev expressed iheir opinions fervently, warmly, and Unanimous^ ft would have an effect on the ministers of the crown, and induce them to withoJd the coercive measures with which they now sought lo govern Ireland. (Hear.) Himself and i,;e u .,<> Sir G. Napier, had thought it better that a meeting of th^ mesent kind should take place, and to invite to it paftiu of dSl poli- tic*. order that they might understand each o h!r?s^pSons upon so important a question. If therc Jas J/ComPlete union in such a question and other matters were introduced, the object sought would be destroyed, and therefore it was most desirous to hear what these options were in order to see if they could co-operate in doing justice to and prevent- i°fa » THe,rtar ""c Ireland lead to. (Hear, hear.) Ihere were several of the represen- iK'b?." "0,"d «PW» the subject. Mr. Sharman Crawford, Viscount Clements, Mr. Wyse, theDmeetinegLaCy Evans, and several other gentlemen addressed the meeting. The general tenor of their observations being the impolicy of petitioning i ailiament, as at present constituted for any re- dress of the Stances of Ireland, and suggesting the propnety ot calling upon the Queen, by a constitutional appeal to her Majesty, to dismiss her present Parliament and Ministry from power. Sir B. IIall concurred that to oetition the Queen would be a most a proper and dignified coEe to direct her Ministers to adopt some measures of justice to Ireland, and if they did not, to dismiss not only them, but even Parliament. Hie hon. bart. here lead a memoiial expressive of alarm at t.ie state of and indignation of the policy of the present Ministry towards Ireland, and appealing to her Majesty, in the event of their refusal to do justice to the people of that country, at once to is tliem from her councils. This was adopted uu^ mously; as was also a resolution determining to hold a great pub ic meeting 0f the borough, over which Sir B. Hall was elected to pieside on Monday next A committee having been appointed with Sir De Lacy Evans
✓ As some proud eolama, though aloae, RAGLAND hath propp'd a tottering tkiont* Now is the stately column broke, The beacon light is quench'd in smoke* The trumpet's silver sound is still, The warder ftitaat OiL the bill
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. The Paris papers of Sunday have been received but they are unusually barren of news, both foreign and dumestic. The papers are principally filled with comments on the proceedings during the session of the Chambers which has just closed. The Moniteur publishes the law which opens a supple- mentary credit of four millions of francs applicable to the loan granted to the Paris and Orleans railway. The Constitutionnel states that M. Lange, who has just terminated so happily the important mission to London Willi which he was charged for the regulation of the rights ,and duties of fishermen, both English and French, in the Channel, has been promoted to the rank of commissary- general of marine A rumour had prevailed in Paris, which was said to have originated at Toulon, that General Lamoriciere had been taken prisoner by the Arab troops of Abd-el-Kader, but the Moniteur Parisien contradicts the truth of it,and none 'he other papers mention it at all. We learn from Boulonge-sur-Mer, that a few days ag., revenue cutler captured, off Cape Grinez, a boat, with three men on board, containing bales of cotton thread, tulles, and stockings, amounting in value to ten thousand francs. Each bale had straps, so as to make it portable as a knapsack. The boat and its freight were brought into Boulogne, and sold on condition of the goods being re- exported.—French Paper. GERMANY. The German papers speak of a strange circumstance, %ilich is about to give birth to a lawsuit. A middle-aged tnan was not long since playing at Koethen, in the prin- cipality of Anhalt. He had been playing for some time '"hen the card he held won a thousand ducats. The dealer handed over the money, and inquired how he wished to continue the game; but the man made no reply. Repeat- Ing the question, and receiving no answer, he desired one of the bystanders to see if something was not the matter With the man. lie did so, and the player was found to be corpse I The dead body was taken away, and the dealer very coolly drew back his thousand ducats,saying that the game was a synallagmatic contract, made between persons capable of fulfilling its conditions, and could not be sup- Posed to hold good between the dead and the living. The heirs have claimed the sum, and the matter has been re- ferred to the tribunals. AMERICA. By the New York packet ship England, which arrived at Liverpool on Monday morning, we have received New York papers to the 20th, and a letter from our Philadelphia correspondent of the 19th. The news from the United States is not of peculiar interest. From Canada we have a confirmation of very serious riots having occurred at Beauharnois. Several persons were killed by the military before the riotA could be quelled. Our Philadelphia co-respondent mentions that the Se- C'etaiy of the Treasury had issued proposals for a new United States loan 87,000,000, in sums of not less than 10,000 each, redeemable at the pleasure of the Govern- ment at any time within ten years. Our correspondent adds, "this will be soon negotiated."—Sun
DOMESTIC NEWS. FATHER MATTHEW.—Thu truly great man, and Ire- land's best friend and benefactor, is now making a series of visits, agreeably with pressing invitations, to several tee- total societies in this country. Mr. J. Russom, of this city received a letter yesterday from the great apostle, from J*hich we make the following extract:—"On my return to Ireland, I promise myself the pleasure of spending a day In your city." As soon as the day is known public infor- mation will be given accord ingly .-Bristol Mercury. COAL IN BARN ARD CASTLE -All attempt is now being made to obtain coal in the immediate neighbourhood ol Barnard Castle. The place selected for the trial is the ^latts-wood, the property of the Duke of Cleveland. Th<? Parties engaged in the enterprize are sanguine of success a"d expect to find coal not many fathoms below the surface. ■Durham Advertiser. The sum of £ 1300, has already been subscribed for a tie" theatre in Birmingham. Government allows the Royal West India Mail Steam- packet Company X240,000 per annum, and receives a re- lUfn of £ 28,300, in the shape of postage duties. The value of the stipends, glebes, and manses, resigned by the seceding Scotch clergymen, is estimated at a million and half sterling. FUNERAL OF THE LATE LIEUTENANT COL. FAWCETT. -On Saturday morning the remains of this lamented and ) eallant officer were consigned to their resting place, in the Kensall-green Cemetery, The funeral was conducted "vilh the strictest privacy. The remains of the gallant col. ^ere followed by Mr. Blake, assistant sureeon to the 8th tlussars, half brother, and Lieutenant Tutliill, of the Queen's Bays, related to the late Colonel Fawceltby mar- r'age,as cheif mourners; Major Daubeney, C. B., of the 55th; Lieutenant Robertson. of the 15th Hussars, and Captain Barrett, late of the 55ih, all of whom were partic- ular friends of the deceased. Captain Jackson, of the .5Îth, the only other person present. The remains of Col. ^"Wcett are deposited in the same vault with those of his mother, who died a short time since. The funeral moved ['OITI the house of the undertaker (to whose premises the !?°dy was surveyed after the adjournment of the inquest on ^unday,) in Montegue-street, Montegue square. Mrs. ^wceu'still continues in a slate of great mental excite- ment at her bereavement. J DEATH OF TUB EARL OF Gr.Asaow.-The noble Earl at Edinburgh, on Thursday the 6th instant The deceased Earl was Lord Lieutenant of the county of Ayr, and his heir and successor is his son, Lord Kelburne, re- presentative of the same county. THE IRON TRADE—At the meeting on Thursday last, °/«he Staffordshire ironmasters, at the Stewpony, Messrs. jl* Foster, G. Thorneycroft, J. Barker, Matthews, Wil- ''anis, and Sparrow, were appointed a deputation to wait upon Sir R. Peel, and to bring before him the depressed Condition of the iion trade in this district. Of the pro- nely of this determination there can be no question the *cUof the case ought noi only to be submitted to t Min Isler, but pressed emphatically upon his attention. Not Only is the state of the trade most disastrous and unsatis- actory, but its prospects are still darker; and nothing but increased consumption of iron can prevent ruin from 'ailing thousands. We predicted this state of things twelve months ago, and, at the same time, pointed out ^hat we conceived to be a remedy-the more effectual de- Velopment of the resources of our colonies. Since then the aspect of affairs has, in some degree, changed.- Arnerica seems willing to revise her tariff. But if we "Ollid not place ourselves at the mercy of a foreign nation, \\te must still look to our colonies as the only hope of a soundly extended trade. We trust that the deputation ^not only stale the deplorable condition of the trade, utalso be prepared to point out some remedies, and that ltl these remedies America and our colonies will not be fergoiten.— Birmingham Advertiser. SAILING MATCH.—The match between Lord A. Paget's Mystery and the Enigma, the properly of a gentleman tlarued Reed, of Ipswich, both iron yachts of twenty five tons, belonging to the Roya) Thames Yacht club, took place On Monday, from Blackwall to Holy heaven and back for £100 a side. The Enigma won the grand challenge cup 4 short time since, and the builders of the Mystery, in Order to fully test the merits of that beautiful vessel against jhe powers of the Enigma, sent forth a challenge to sail L 'or l'ie ahove named sum, which was accepted, an they started at a quarter past twelve ,just at the top of J1'8h water; the Mystery taking the lead, which she gal— maintained throughout, rounding a vessel at Holy heaven about five minutes in advance of the Enigma, and ultimately winning by eighteen minutes. She was beau- tifully sailed throughout, and her crew loudly chered on their arrival. Some of the leaders of the under-graduate row at Ox- ford, when they chose to insult the American minister, have been it seems visited with a rather hard measure of Punishment. One of the party has been sentenced to five years' rustication, a punishment, probably, sufficient to ru'n his prospects for life. The hardship of the case is, l|,at the under-graduates have been upon other occasions etlcouraged rather than repressed in their vulgar rudeness at commemorations, &c. by the very officials who now eal with them so severely. CARTOON'S IN WESTMINSTER IIALL. ller Majesty "rid Prince Albert viewed the cartoons, a hundred and f°"y in number, on Saturday. Of the three head prizes °f three hundred pounds each, one has been gained by Mr. Armitage, of Prestbury-house, near Cheltenham. The subject is Csesar's first Invasion of Britain. The Prizes of two hundred pounds each, and five of one hun drpd pouuds each, have also been awarded to different ar- Amonest the latter successful competitors was Mr. Townsend, of Taunton, for "The Fight for the Bea- on." x Sheridan Knowles, Robert Bell, Douglas Jerrold, and Mark Leman, with pen in hand, are said to have already parted as competitors for the five hundred pounds offered by Mr. Webster of the Havmarket Theatre, for the best comedy that shall be written before next new year's day. GLOUCESTER FAIR.—This fair on Wednesday se'night was, as is usually the case at this season of the year, small. A poor supply of beef and muttor., prices from 5d. to 6d-; good lambs sold better. Not a large number of store beasts, which met with a dull sale, except those of supe- rior quality. Good store sheep were a ready sale. BILSON & CRUMP MEADOW COAL COMPANy.-Some- thing by way of compensation to the trade of the port of Gloucester for the loss of the Forest Railroad speculation has been supplied by the Bilson and Crump Meadow Coal Company, who, in a very spirited manner, have es- tablished a depot for their excellent coal at the "Junction," on the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal. Our list of ex- ports to-day contains a notification of the sailing of the first two shipments, and we trust that we have full reason to expect that this is the commencement of an undertaking which will be as advantageous to the company as it will undoubtedly be a.most valuable accommodation to the export trade of the port. The project has been met, we understand, by honourable and judicious liberality by the Canal Company; and as vessels need not now go to a dis- tant port for a back cargo of coals, but can obtain them direct and at a moderate price here, we may, we hope, reasonably anticipate that an impetus will be given to our local trade and commerce, which is certainly at present very much needed.- Gloucester Jovrual. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.—At a recent meeting, held at Devizes, for the purpose of establishing an Agricultural College for a district comprising Wilts, and the adjoining counties of Gloucester, Oxford, and Berks, a provisional committee to carry the design into effect, was formed, com- prising the names of nobleman and gentlemen of the high- est character. All these gentlemen have either taken shares, (many of them five each,) or have given donations among the latter are the Earl of Radnor, as a donor of £150, and Mr. Pusey, M. P. for Berks, of £50. Among the share- holders are the Marquis of Landsdown, Earls Bathurst, Ducie, and Fitzhardinee, Lord Sudeley, the Hon W, L. Bathurst. Sir J. W. Guise, Sir M. H. Beach, Mr; Scrope, M.P Mr. Langstone, M. P. the Rev. T. Maurice and J. M. Prower, Mr.. Gordon, Mr. Ricardo, Mr. Ilolford, Mr. Kingscote, Mr. T. Arkell, and many of the best practical farmers of Wilts and Gloucester. REDUCTION OF RENTS.—Lord Ilill, at his half-yearly rent-day last week, made a return of 10 per cent. to his tenants on their rents. The Duke of Sommerset has, we hear, made a reduction of 5 per cent. on the rents of his tenantry on the noble duke's Devonshire estates. Lord Wrottesley reduced the rent of his tenantry, at his Mid- summer audit last week, 10 per cent. BATH.—A public meeting was lately held at the As- sembly Rooms, Bath, in order to consider the best means of adding to the attraction of the city. The meeting was addressed by some of the ladies inhabitants, and an Asso- ciation formed, of which Lord James 0,Brien is president, in order to watch over the interests of the city, and to take all possible opportunities of rendering it more attractive. A liberal subscription was entered into on the spot; CLERICAL MUNIFICENCE;—The Rev. W. J. Brodrice, who is Rector of Bath, knowing the crowded date of the Abbey, and other burial grounds within his rectory, has most munificently come forward, and at the cost of up- wards of three thousand pounds supplied a cemetery, and presented it to the Abbey parish. It is to be consecrated in August next. Dr. Pusey, Canon of Christchurch, and Regius Pro- fessor of Hebrew in the University of Oxfoid, is the se- cond son of the late Hon. Phillip Bouverie, who assumed the name of Pusey, by Lady Lucy Sherard, eldtst daugh- ter of Robert, fourth Earl of Ilarborough, and \wdow of Sir Thomas Cave, Bart. Dr. Pusey's eldest I. other is Phillip Pusey, Esq., of Pusey, M.P. foi Berk'iire, the eminent agriculturalist. Dr. Pusey was born in June, 1800, and married June 12,1828,MariaCatheri! young- est daughter of the late John Raynard Barker, E [. Mrs. Pusey died May 26,1839, leaving an only daughier. Dr. Pusey, entered at Christchurch, Oxford, in 1818, wd took a first class degree in literis humanio ribus, Eastt r Term, 1822; he was afterwards elected a Fellow of 01 d Col- lege. In 1828 Dr. Pusey was appointed Regiu Profes- sor of Hebrew in that University, to which officv is at- tached a canonry in the Cathedral Church of Chriv-, Ox- ford. In 1824, Dr. Pusey obtained the Chan' Hor's prize for Latin composition. The family of Pusey is of great antiquity, having been settled at Pusey,in the county of Berks, prior to the conquest. The family estate is held by cornage, under a grant by Canute, a fact mentioned both by Camden and Fuller. The horn is that of an ox, of a dark brown colour, and by its production the manor was recovered in the reign of James II. So great has been the demand for Dr. Pusey's sermon, that the Puseyite printer, Mr. Baxter, could not work them off fast enough and Mr. Parker, the publisher, was obliged to avail himself of the services of Mr. Shrimpton to as- sist. Upwards of three thousand copies have been sent to Ireland. Two editions of six thousand each, have been printed and a third edition, it is expected, will be published next week. ALARMINQ ACClDENT.-Monday morning an accident of a very alarming character occurred on the premises of the Religious Tract Society, which are about being rebuilt in Paternoster-row. It appears that, during the progress of the new building, the Directors of the Society have been desirous that the foundations of the house should be made as substantial as possible, and for the purpose an area at least twenty feet below the surface of the "Row" was dug out. It was intended to place about three feet of con- crete upon this, and to faciliate the workmen, an immense pile of this was placed on one of the floorings, supported by beams at least two feet in diamater, so that they might place it gradually over the whole surface. About a quarter past eight this morning the whole gave way, breaking the immense beams and scattering the concrete below. It is most fortunate that the workmen were at breakfast at the time, or loss of life must have inevitably ensued. WOOTTON BASSETT—Extraordinary Strike.—The hay- making labourers in the employ of Mr. Charles Hunt, ol Wootton Bassett, last week struck for a penny a day for wages Their master, who has always shown himself most liberal to his dependants, would not concede, and the men left. The work was immediately taken in hand by his friends and neighbours, who assisted in getting together the hay till a full complement of fresh labourers were ob- tained, ALARM AT ETON COLLEGE.-A few mornings since. at the early hour of two o'clock, the greatest alarm was created amongst the pupils on the foundation, who were awakened by a loud crashing noise, proceeding from the roof of the long chamber, which is the sleeping room of the foundation scholars, and of which there were then in the room between forty and fifty. As the noise continued to increase, and some portions of the mortar from the ceiling came tumbling down in various parts of the cham- ber, the boys, who are invariably locked in upon retiring to rest, had no other means of making known their ha- zardous situation than by ringing the alarm bell, which speedily brought a person named Finmore (in the esta- blishment of the Rev. Dr. Hawtrey, the head-master) to their rescue. Upon examining the ceiling, it was disco- vered to have bulged in in the centre, throughout nearly the whole extent of the room, which is upwards of two hundred feet in length. Early that morning workmen were employed to examine into the stability of the roof which is covered with lead, weighing upwards of thirty tons. The king posts and rafters were found to be in a pretty sound state; but the principals, which are the large beams, extending cross-wise, from wall to wall, and by which the heavy roof is entirely supported, were disco- vered to be in a state of extreme rottenness and decay at the ends, which rested on the exterior walls, and that some portions of them had given way. This was the occasion of the noise which had awakened the boys in the middle of the preceding night. No time was, consequently, lost in supporting the roof by means of several strong upright pieces of timber, of great thickness, which are now erected along the whole centre of the chamber, and all further alarm of danger is at an end. Durit.g the vacation, which will commence in about three weeks, this pottion of the ancient edifice will undergo a thorough repair, under the superintendence of Mr. Shaw, the architect to the college, who is now about making the necessary survey previously to the repails being commenced. A horrible event occurred at the Dublin Theatre on Monday evening last. A young man named Sillary, of whose insanity there cannot be much doubt, suddenly threw a bottle from the upper gallery at Mr. Calcraft, who was acting the character of Macduff. On flinging the missile he exclaimed Villain, villain, villain and im- mediately drew a long knife and brandished it about in a menacing manner. A policeman seized him, upon which he rolled over and fell on his legs into the middle gallery, and then sprang into the pit. The injuries he received were so horrible that he died in a few hours. The Somnauth gates have turned out to tre made of ates have tur pine, and not of sandal-wood. A commercial letter from Vienna, 25th ult., states that the government has come to a resolution that the tariff of customs duties shall be so changed, in the course of the present year, as to admit of the importation into Austria of all kinds of foreign manufactures, and merchandize in general, on payment of fixed rates. Sudden and Melancholy Death of the Right Rev. Dr. BAINES, Bishop of Siga, and Vicar Apostolic of the Western District. The right rev. doctor had been for some time in an un- certain state of health, but was thought latterly to be gra- dually getting better. On the Tuesday an exhibition took place at Prior Park, which called for considerable mental exertion on the part of Dr. Baines, and on Wednesday, in his character of Vicar Apostolic, he presided at the Catholic place of worship on the Quay, in this city. He was observed, by those who knew him, to be far from well, twitchings about the rrloutli and other signs indicating a disordered state of the functions. He, however, preached the sermon on the occasion. This was his last public performance. After the close of the proceedings he accompanied Mr. Berkeley, of Spetchley Park, to luncheon, but ate only a few strawberries: and shortly afterwards took his depar ture for Prior Park, near Bath. On his arrival he felt too much indisposed to dine with his clergy and others on the occasion of the opening of the chapel, but he joined the circle in the evening, and conversed with great cheerful- ness, retiring, however, at an early hour. On the follow- ing morning, Thursday, his servant entered his bedroom, as was his custom with a cup of tea. He observed his master lying with his head on his pillow in the usual man. ner, and with one arm on the top of the bed-clothes. Thinking that he was asleep, he was about noiselessly to retire, when it struck the man that there was more than na- tural stillness in the repose of his master. He then ap- proached the bed, and endeavoured to arouse him, but his efforts proved ineffectual-the spirit had fled. The alarm was immediately given, the melancholy in- telligence spreading grief and consternation amongst the inmates of the college. On a view of the body, a "medi- cal gentleman gave it as his opinion that the deceased had probably been dead four or five houts. There can be lit- tle doubt that the immediate cause of death was apoplexy. An inquest on the body was held the same evening, when, after a short investigation, a verdict of died by the' visitation of God was returned. The deceased was in his 59th year.. Few events have occurred in this vicinity which have produced a more painful sensation. Nor is this to be wondered at under the circumstances, the deceased being presented on the Wednesday to the eyes of a crowded con- gregation, engaged in officiating at a public solemn service and the news arriving the next morning that he was a corpse! The learning and piety of the Right Rev. Dr. Baines were well known, and the kindliness of disposition and frank hospitality which he displayed to those of different creeds from himself, will long cause his memory to be held in grateful remembrance by many who differed from him in religious opinion.-Bristol Mercury.
BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT-JILI 10. This day the fiat issued against Henry Savage, of Cooley Gloucestershire, spade and shovel maker, was superseded. E. E. Day, surgeon, of Bristol, insolvent, received his final order. J. Parry, of Haverfordwest, passed his examination. TUESDAY, JULY 11. The accounts of the assignees of Wm. Jones, ship. builder, of Cardiff, were audited. The assignees and solicitor of J. Wood, banker, of Chepstow, appeared to give information to the court. The fiat against this bankrupt was issued so long ago as the year 1823. The estate of the bankrupt was, it was stated, ori- ginally very large, being estimated at E53,308 and it was alleged that at the time of the bankruptcy, he was perfectly solvent. Of the large amount due to the estate, only £753li lisd been divided amongst the creditors, and there was about i.5000 now in hand, but against that there were outstanding 'wyers' bills for upwards of £2400. Only two audit meetings had ever been held, and but one dividend of 6s in the pound declared. The original solicitors to the fiat had beep removed, -it was alleged on the ground of great mismanagement, to say the least. Numerous suits had sprung up, and the whole affair- was in a most complicated state. Lately, a new solicitor, Mr. Dalton, had been appointed, and he promised, at the request of the court, to furnish as accurate an historical account the whole proceedings, as the materials will allow. When tlh is supplied, it is the purpose of the court to appoint an audit meeting, and go through the whole of the accounts minutely. Any report at present would be unintelligible to our readers. It is right to stale that no blame attaches to the present solicitor, Mr Dalton, but, as we understand, considerable praise is due to him for his efforts to bring the complicated affairs of the es- tate to a settlement. An audit meeting of the separate-estate of J. W. Thomas, innkeeper, of Bristol, was held. Robert Kirke, insolvent, passed his first hearing. Josiah Crouch, insolvent, also passed his first hearing. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. The insolvency of the Rev. Lbenezer Morris, viear of Lla. nelly, and perpetual curate of Llanon and Llandarog, was op. posed by Mr Jefferies and 1\11 Jones, for creditors named Tho- mas and Parry. The insolvent's liabilities amounted to £ 5226. The ground of opposition was, that he had neglected to enter some debts owed by him, and to account for sums received for the rem of certain cottages. He was also closely questioned respecting his furniture, which lie said was sold in execution, and purchased by a person named Williams, of whom he now hired it. Insolvent's attorney, Mr Heaven, aiseda legal question, and the case was adjourned till the 27th. RE HARFORD, DAVIES. AND CO. On the application of the solicitor, ,1 he Commissioner ordered that C2500 of the assets should be handed over to the official assignee, by the accountant gene- ral in bankruptcy, for payment of wages.
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BRANCH FACTORIES LONDON ROAD LIVERPOOL; FRIAR GATE.DERBY; And for the supply of the counties of Somerset, Wilts, North Devon, Gloucester, and the Principality of Wales, at 20, BRIDGE STREET BRISTOL. THE constantly increasing demand for the above Waters has, as might naturally be expected, produced a number of rivals and competitors, some of whom, both in the metropolis and in the provinces. attempt an ephemeral celebrity, by sur- reptitiosuly assuming the name of the above Firm, both on their Bottles and Lables. The Public are, therefore, respect- fully cautioned to ascertain that no other names than those of J. SCHWEPPE and CO. are on the Labels such, alone, are genuine. These well-known Waters are constantly used by Hei Majesty and His Royal Highness Prince Albert, at Windsor. Buckingham Palace (by virtue of a special royal appointment), as well as by the principal Nobility and Gentry of the United Kingdom, and universally recommended by the leading faculty. J. S. and Co. also Manufacture AERATED POTASS and MAGNESIA WATERS as well as a LIQUID MAGNESIA, In Bottles at Is., 2s.6d.. and 4s.6d.each. This latler preparation is highly approved of as an agreeable corrective of acidity. J. S. and Co. are the largest Importers ot German Seltzer Waters, in Quarts and pints. Sold by all respectable Chemists and Druggists throughout Great Britain. WHEREAS, a Fiat in Bankruptcy, bearing date the 14tli day of.Iune, 1843, hath been awarded and issued forth against JOHN HARIORD and WILLIAM WEAVER DAVIES. of the city of Bristol, and of Ebbw Vale and Sir- howy, in the county of Monmouth. Ironmasters, Ironfounders and Iron Merchants, and Co-partners, trading under the seve. ral styles or firms of HAHFOHD, DAVIES, and COMPANY, Ebbw Vale and Sirhowy Iron Company, and HARFOKD and Iron Foundry Company and they having been declaied Bankrupts HENRY JOHN STEPHEN, Sergeant-at Law, one of he;' Majesty's Commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy for the Bristol District, will sit at the Court of Bankruptcy, in the city of Bristol, on MONDAY, the 17th day of Juty next, a, Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, and on TUESDAY, the 18th day of July next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for the purpose of receiving Proofs of Debts, prior to the choice of Assignees on the 20th day of the same month. All persons indebted to the said Bankrupts or their Estate, or that have any of their Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. THOMAS AS RENNIE HUTTON, No. 19, St. Augustin's-place, Bristol, Offi- cial Assignee, whom the Commissioner has appointed, and give notice to Messrs. ISAAC COOKE and SONS, Solicitors, I Shannon-court, Bristol; or to Messrs. CLARKE, MEDCALF, and GRAY, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. KASrORD. DAVIES, AND CO.'S BANKRUPTCY. THE Creditors who intend to prove their Debts at the Meet- ings on the 17th and 18th of July next, prior to the Choice of Assignees, are requested to send us the particulars of their Claims, with the nature of the security, if any, held by them, in order that the necessary depositions may be prepared before the Meetings. ISAAC COOKE and SONS, Bristol, 23rd June, 1843. Solicitors to the Fiat. «|D BRISTOL AND NEWPORT WK STEAM PACKETS, T13K <Sc GLAMORGAN ARE INTENDED TO PLY DAILY DURING THE ENSUING WEEK AS FOLLOWS:— From Bristol to Newport. From Newport to Bristol. July. July. 2 15, Satur —8^ morn 7 after 15, Satur -7 morn 6 after 17, Monday—10 morn ———— 17, Monday—7 £ morn ——— 18, Tuesday-IO morn- 18.Tuesday-B morn 19, Wed —10 morn 8J after 19, Wed —8^ morn '2 after 20, Thurs —lljmorn 20, Thurs —9 £ morn — 21, Friday —12 noon | 21, Friday —10 morn 22, Satnr — 2 after I 22. Satur -11 morn FAKES:—After-Cabin,4s fore-Cabin, 25; Children under 12 years of age, Half-pnce. Dogs, Is each. Four-wheel Carriage 20s. Two-wheel ditto, 10s Horses, 5s each Iwo-wheel Carriage or Light Phaeton, drawn by one Horse, with one Passenger, 15s Horse and Rider. After-Cabin, 7s ditto, Fore-Cabin, 6s.-Newport to or from Pillgwenlly, is. Dogs, Is. each. y TO and FRO same day with the same Packet (provided a To and Fro Ticket be taken) After-Cabin, 6s.; Fore-Cabin, 3s LAUNCH OF THE GREAT BRITAIN Tir J STEAM SHIP, Wednesday, July 19, 1843, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, On which day the Packet will leave Newport at Half-past Eight o clock in the Morning, and Bristol at Half-past Elgin o clock in the Evening. Tickets to admit Persons to the Launch may he had onboard this Packet. The Cambria from Bristol to Portshead daily, (weather per- mi ting ) taking Trips to Clevedon, the Holmes, &c. the 1 roprietors of the above Packets give NOTICE, that they winnotbeaccountabietor any Passenger's Luggage, A°|L T y answerable for nny Goods, Package, or Par- .Lo!.tor Damaged,) unless Booked at either of their onTprprl1V) or Newport; and if above the value of 40s. w i value, and carriage paid at the time of bookinu. W NM °U8eS f°r and Booking Packages, Parcels, &.C., Nelson-street, Bristol, and Rownham Wharf, Hotwells. ve'll Potltypool al/rl 4bergave'llnY.-Coaches daily between these places and Newport. P lr°nu W°^' thr°nSh Abercarne, Newbridge, and dailv bet^T ',V r Newl>r,dge tn Nantyglo.- A Coach about ten «^e? i!ese p ?ces an<i Newport; arriving at Newpsrt about teno clock morning, and starting at one o'clock afternoon Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Company's y £ ,ay: Br^ 5 or JOHN JONES Aeent Packet Offices Rownham Wharf, Hotwells,' and Rodney Wharf, Newport. 'i (BLENHEIM HOUSE ACADEMY, LEA, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, CONDUCTED BY MR. IRVING, F.S.A. AT this Establishment, noted for its very healthy situation, Young Gentlemen are prepared for the Learned Pro- fessions, Naval and Military Colleges, and Commercial pursuits, upon a system which ensures the Pupil's rapid pro- gress, and supersedes in a great measure recourse to. corporal punishment. Terms moderate. A resident Master, native of France, for French, German, and Drawing. A Prospectus and Drawing ,of ,the Premises, together with further particulars, may be otK.a'nec^ application to the Principal, as above.. N.B. The Duties of the Academy witi RESUMED on the 20th instant. Coaches to and from Gloucester, Ross, Hereford, lonmouth, &c., pass the premises daily. TO BE LET, OR SOLD, A HOUSE AND GARDEN, WITH the CROP thereon, in the parish of BASSALUC., containing 3A. 2r.OP. The Property is Freehold, and is situate adjoining the Turnpike-road from Newport to Risca, being only three miles from the former town, and is now in the occupation of Mr. JOHN ALLEN, Gardener, &c., to whom all applications are to be made. Newport, July 6,1843. Just Published, the 12th Edition, Price 2s. 6d. (enclosed in a Sealed Envelope), and sent Free to any part of the United Kingdom on the receipt of a Post-office Order for 3s. 6d., THE SILENT FRIEND, A MEDICAL WORK on the INFIRMITIES OF THE GENERATIVE SYSTEM, in both sexes being an into the concealed cause that destroys physical energy, and the ability of manhood, ere vigour has established hei em- pire :-with observations on the baneful effects of Solitary In- dulgence and infection Local and Constitutional Weakness, Nervous Irritation, Consumption, and on the partial or total Extinction of the Reproductive Powers with means af RES, o- nATioN the destructive effects of Gonorrhaea, Gleet, Stricture, au v,ercon Symptoms are explained in a familiar manner; the Woik is embellished with Engravings, representing th' deleterious influence of Mercury on the skin, by Eruptions <>» the Head, Face, and Body with approved mode of Cure for both sexes followed by observations on the Obligations of MARRIAGE, and healthy perpetuity; with directions for the removal of Physical and Constitutional Disqualifications; the whole pointed out to SUFFERING HUMANITY as a SILENT FRIEXD, to be consulted without exposure, and with assure.1 confidence of success. By R. and L. PERRY and CO., Consulting Surgeons, London and Birmingham, Published by the Authors, and sold by Strange, 21, Pater- noster-row; Field, 65, Quadrant, Regent-street; Purkis, Compton- street. Soho; Phillips, 264, Oxford-street ackson and Co., 130, New Bond-street; Gorden, 140 molfni7 pl?ri-u-KeUle' 117' Hlch Holb°rn Catter SS'J 'fi7 atm-hlgua, Stroud' 163' Blackfriars'-road 51 R ii Whlte-chapel High-street, London; Guest BrirZ r rB™8ham i Heaton and Bnckton, Wnggate, Leeds Ferris, Brown, and Co., Union-street, Bris- toi, J Fryer, Westgate-street, Bath Mr. Lindsey, 11, Elm- wlr'd P g 'AD6 CamPbel!- ,36> Argyle-street, Glasgow ard, Pring, and Rawl, 30, Westmoreland-street, Dublin Courier Office, Manchester; J. Newton, 16, Church-strect Liverpool; and by all Bookselleis in town and country, and at The MERLIN OFFICE.NEWPORT THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRIACUM Is a gentle stimulant and renovator of the impaired function of life, and is exclusively directed to the cure of such com plaints as arise from a disorganization of the Generative Sys tem, whether constitution^ or acquired, loss of sexual powe and syphilitic disease and is calculated to afford decided re- lief to those who by early indulgence in solitary habits hav weakened the powers of their system, and fallen into a state <■ chronic debility, by which the constitution is left in a deplo rable state, and that nervous mentality kept up which place the individual in a state of anxiety for the remainder of life The consequences arising from this dangerous practice are ne' confined to its pure physical result, but branch to moral ones leading the excited, deviating mind into a fertile field of seduc tive error, into a gradual and total degradation of manhood int,. a pernicious application of those inherent rights which natun wisely instituted for the preservation of her species bringing o! premature deciepitude, and all the habitudes of old age i-such an one carries with him the form and aspect of other men, bu without the vigour and energy of that season which his earlv youth bade him hope to attain. How many men cease to 1), men, or at least, cease to enjoy manhood at thirty ? no,, many at eighteen receive the impression of the seeds of syphi, litic disease itself? the consequences of which travel out of thr ordinary track of bodily ailment, covering the frame with di, gusting evidences of its ruthless nature, and impregnatiuc th- wholesome stream of life with mortal poison; conveyine int. families the seeds of disunion and unhappiaess undermiain nterecoLefrm0ny 5$t"kinB the VCry SOul of huma' I utercou I se. The fearfully abused powers of the human Generative Sys- 1 J!I r?.qu,re the ™?st cautious preservation and the debilitr and disease resulting from early indiscretios demand, for thr cure of those dreadful evils, that such medicines should be em ployed that are most certain to be successful. It is for theH cases Messrs. Perry and Co. ParticuIarly designed the,. CORDIAL BALM OF SYRIACUM, which is intended II re leve those persons who, by an immoderate indulgence ol leir passions, have ruined their constitutions, or in their wa-, to the consummation of that deplorable state, are affected witi, any ot those previous symptoms that betray its approach as the various affections of the nervous svstem, obstinate beets' excesses, .rregulauty, obstructions of certa.n evacuation: weaknesses, total impotcncy, barrenness, &c. As nothing can be better adapted to help and nouiish th- constitution, so there is nothing more generally acknowledged to be peculiarly efficacious in all inward waslings. loss of appe- tite, indigestion. depression of spnits, trembling or shakinW the hands or limbs, obstinate, coughs, shortness of breath (I consumptive habits, and debility arising from Syphilis. ] possesses wonderful efficacy in all cases of syphilis, fits, heai1 aches, weaknesses, heaviness and lowness of spirits, ùlmnc. of sight, confused thoughts, wanderint; of the mind, vapour and melancholy, and all kinds of hysteric complaints are gra dually removed by its use. Aud even where the disease <; Sterility appears to have taken the firmest hold of the temal constitution, the softening tonic qualities of the Cordial Bali,, of Syriacum will warm and purify the blood and juices, in crease the animal spirits, invigorate and revive the whole ani mal machine, and remove the usual Impediment to maternitv This medicine is particularly recommended to be taken be/or, persons mter into the MATRIMONIAL STATE, lest in the event o procreation occurring, the innocent offspring should bear en stamped upon it the physical characters derivable from parenta debility, or evil eruptions of a malignant tendency, that an most assuredly introduced by the same neglect and imprudence Sold in Bottles, price lis. each or the quantity of four in one Family Bottle for 33s., by which one lis. bottle is saved. Prepared only by Messrs. Perry and Co., Surgeons, 19, BERNERS-STREET. OXFORD-STREET, LONDON and 4, Great Charles-street, Birmingham. t.3. Observe, none are genuine without the signature of Impressed on a stamp on the outside of each wrapper imi. tate which is felony of the deepest dye. 1 The Five Pound cases (the purchasing of which will be a saving of One Pound Twelve Shillings.) may be had as usuu at 19, BERNEUS STREET, Oxford-street, LONDON, and 4, Great Charles-sticet, Bumingham and patients in tht- country who require a couise of this admirable Medicine should send Five Pounds by letter, which will entitle them to the fui: benefit of such advantage. May be had of all Booksellers, Druggists, and Patent Medi- cine Venders in Town and Country throughout the United Kingdom, the Continent of Europe and America. Messrs. Perry expect when consulted by letter, the usual Fee < f One Pound, without which, no notice whatever can be taken of the Communication. Patients are requested to be as minute as possible in the de- tail of their cases,-as to the duration of the complaint, the symptoms, age, habits of living, and general occupation. Me. diciues can be forwarded to any part of the world no difficulty can occur, as they will be securely packed, and carefully prr., ected from observation. PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, Price 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and lis. per Box, (observe the signature of R. and L. PEHRY and CO., on th- 'a outside of each wrapper,) are well known throughout Europf and America, to be the most certain and effectual cure evei discovered for every stage and symptom of the Venerea. Disease, in both sexes, including Gonorrhoea, Gleets, Secon- dary Symptoms, Strictures, Seminal Weakness, Deficiency and all diseases of the Urinary Passages, without loss of time confinement or hindrance from business; they have effected the most surprising cures, not only in recent and severe cases, but when salivation and all other means have failed; and are of the utmost importance to those affltcted with Scorbutic Affec tions, Eruptions on any part of the body, Ulcerations, Scro fulous or Venereal Taint, being justly calculated to cleanse th. blood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection, and restore weak and emaciated constitutions to pristine health and vigour. It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this horrid disease, owing to the unskilfulness of illiterate men who by the use of that deadly poison, mercury, ruin the con- stitution, causing ulcerations, blotches on the head, face, and ojy, lmness o sight, noise in the ears, deafness, obstinate g eets, nodes on the shin bones, ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose, with nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, till at length a general debility of the constitution ensues, and a melanchoJv death puts a period to their dreadful sufferings. Messrs. Perry and Co., Surgeons, may be consulted as usual at No. 19, BERNERS-STREET, Oxford-street, London, and 4, Great Ghailes-street, (four doors from Easy Row,) Bi mingham punctually from Eleven in the Morning until Eight rn the Evening, and on Sundays from eleven till One. OnU one personal visit is required from a country patient, to enable Messrs. Perry and Company to give such advice as will be the means of effecting a permanent and effectual cure, after ali other means have proved ineffectual. "T N.B. Country Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Medicine Ven- ders, and every other Shopkeeper can be supplied with an y quantity of Perry's Purifying Specific Pills, and Cordial Balm of Syriacum, with the usual allowance to the trade, by most of the principal Patent Medicine Houses in London. V b Sold by II. Williams, E. V. Jenkinr, and F.D. Vaaghan, Newport. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, HA'F HENRY Rl,'X'ELL REYNOLDS, Her THAT HENRY REVELL REYNOLDS, Esquire, Her j. Majesty's Chief Commissioner for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors will, on the Nineteenth day of July inst., at the hour of Ten in the Forenoon precisely, attend at the Court House, at Monmouth, in the county of Monmouth, and HOLD A COURT FOR THE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS pursuant to the Statute. I SAMUEL DEAKIN, at present and for Twelve Month 9 past residing at Blaenavon, in the parish of Llanover. and county of Monmouth, and being Mineral Agent to the Blaenavou Iron and Coal Company at Blaenavon, aforesaid. do hereby give NOTICE, that I intend to present a Petition to the Commissioners of the Bristol District of the Court of Bankruptcy, praying to be examined touching my Debts, Estate, and Effects, and to be protected from all Process, upon making a full Disclosure and Surrender of such Estate and Effects, for Payment of my just and lawful Debts and I -reby further give Notice, tha- the time when the mattei of id Petition shall be heard is to be advertised in the the #«>. GAZETTS and in the MONMOUTHSHMIE MERLIN LONUOW ONE Month at least after the date hereof. Newspape Eleventh Day of July, in the AS, £ SAMUEL DEAKIN. y<Henry Day, Solicitor^' P"ade' Bristt>l- ^P§|P € c' E 2,q 0A4 31 N T imy A U BE A VLt' Jri I ««■ -'N. I The great superiority of PRICE and Co.'s Perfumery has been so incontro"er^bly established by the distinguished patronage of the Nobi.'ity and Gentry in every quarter of the Globe, as to render it unnecessary for Price and Co. to do more than enumerate their fading Articles. 11 Price's Golden Oil of Macassar Is the only article that restores fhe Hair on bald placel.; prevents Hair falling oR or turning gre,- changes Grey Hair to its original colour, frees it from IIcurf, and makes it beautifully soft, curly, and glossf. For dresstn: the hair en BandeauT, and confining the short loose batrs on the neck, so annoying to most ladies, itstands nnequijl'^d. Ladies are requested to ask fer PRICE'S Golden Oil," 3s. 6d. per bottle, with 28, Lombard-street, on the Label, as mat:y hlolr. lressers sell a spurious imitation, which destroy* the colour as well as the growth of the Hair. Price & Co's Abernethy's Specific Universally known as the only safe aud efficient protector and beautIfier of the skin and complexion its virtues consist m thoroughly eradicating all pimples, spots, redness, tan, freckles, and other cutaneous defects, in healing chilblains, chaps, and in rendering the most rough and uneven skin plea- santly soft and smooth to the complexion it imparts a juvenile roseate hue, and to the neck, hand, and arm, a delicacy ai cf. fairness unrivalled. Gentlemen will find it peculiarly grate<-l after Shaving. Price 4s. fid. per bottle. Caution.-Ask jr PRICE and Co.'s "AI¡erlutln¡'s Specific for the Complexion." For the Toilet. PRICE and Co.'s VICTORIA BOUQUET, the.delicious fragrance of which has rendered it an especial favourite with Her Majesty, \nd stamped by the lovers of elegantscents as the most unique and superior ever disc<#ered. So highly is it valued, and so fashionable has it become, that there is scarcely an assembly room or levee where its delicious fragrance is not piedomiuant 3s. 6d. and 7s. 6d. per bottle. To Mothers. PRICE & Co.'s PATENT ALMOND OIL SOAP stands unequalled for Chapped Hands, the delicate Skin of Ladles, and, above all, for the Washing of Infants. Price 2s. 6d. per packet. Purchasers are lequested to notice that a Protection Label, from a design by Sir Wm. Congreve, with the signature of" PRICE & Co." in Red Ink, and 28, Lombard-Street," in its centre, is affixed to each packet, as some Shopkeeper* offer counterfeit, injurious to the Skin, when the genuine is^sked for. Every mother should take care to possess rtUCt fc Dr. FRAMPTON'S POMATUM, recommended by the faculty as indispensable to the Nursery, observing that none is genuine unless PIIICE and Co's Protection Label is.affixed thereto. Price & Co.'s Tooth Brushes. It is incumbent upon all who value their Teeth, to obtain a Nrush that will clean the insterstices efficiently. Price & Co.'s Patent Tooth Brush searches thoroughly into thedivisions of the leeth, and cleans in the most extraordinary and effectual man- ner, without injuring or even touching the gums, the universal complaints against all others. They are made on a plan that he hairs never come out in the Mouth. Price from Is. to 2s. "id. Tn prevent counterfeits, each Brush is distinctly marked on the handle" PRICF. and Co., Montpellier House. 28, Lom- ■jard-sireet." Caution.—Ask for PRICK and Co.'s Patent Tooth !3n¡o/¡. Shaving a Luxury. PRICE and Co.'s RYPOPHAGON surpasses everything ever invented for Shaving. One trial will prove that the luxury .f a good Shave can be enjoyed only by those who use Price ;tnd Co.'s Rvpophagon, which renders Shaving (hitherto dls- iRreeable and often painful) pleasant and easy. Prepared by Price and Co., Montpellier House, 28. Lombard'Street, (^ate Price and Gosnell's and sold by J. Delcroix and Co. 158, New liond Street, and no where else in London, price 3s.6d.per pot, Is. per square, In cakes tor boxes Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. Price &, Co.'s Treble Distilled, Or CONCENTRATED ESSENCE OF LAVENDER. six times the strength of the best Lavender Water, and unso- phisticated with the sickly admixture of musk, ambergris, &c., is particularly adapted for sick or crowded Rooms, and recom- mended to the admirers of the genuine Lavender Perfume. It is distilled from Lavender Flowers, selected for their exceeding sweetness, and aromatic properties, when those flowers are in their fullest vigour.-Price 3s. 6d., 5s. 7s. 6d., and 10s. 6d. Price's Cold Cream. This innocent composition,entirely from vegetable materials, is the most delightful cosmetic ever invented for rendering the skin clear, soft, and delicate it maintains its superiority over all imitations, and remains unrivalled for beautifying the com- plexion. Every genuine Pot bears a lable, from a design by Sir Wm. Congreve, with Price & Co., Lombard Street," in red ink, and "28," conspicuously in its centre, to counterfeit which is felony. Price and Co.'s Johnstone's Patent OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP is delightfully fragrant ind pleasant in use, and so superior to any other, and in such general demand, that many persons arebasely deceiving the public hy selling a spurious imitation; the genuine is sold in Packets, price Is., Is. fill., and 2s. 6d. each. Caution to Shopkeepers. Price and Co., Perfumers to the Koyal Family, Montpellier House, 28, Lombard-street,(late Pace and Gosnell's," and formerly Patey, Butts, Price &.Co.'s.") by the recommenda- tion of the Secretary of the Post-office, beg to "impress upon their Correspondents the necessity of, precIsion in the address of alllelters intended for them," thus-" Price and Co (and not" Price and Gosnell; that firm ceased to exist in 1831), I erlt as the only means of guarding against the fraudulent conduct of individuals who take in and retain letters and orders intended for Price and Co., by illegally assuming the firm of Price md Gosnell," well knowing they never were in any way con- nected with that fiim, except as servants. Price and Co. hereby give Notice. That they will not be answerable for any Debts contracted by parties illegally assuming the firm of" PRICE S: GOSNF.LL," and that Mr. P RICE,the only surviving Partner of the firms of "PRICE & GOSNELL," and "PATEY, BUTTS, PRICE JC CO. has not. nor ever had, any connexion whatever with individuals thus acting (contrary to law and equity) so dishonourably, evidently with the guilty intention of deceiving PRICE 6: Co.'s.* customers, and to pirate orders intended for their house. PRICE & Co. Johnstone's Patent Old Brown Windsor, Almond Oil Soap, Cold Cream, Price's Dr. Frampton's Nursery Pomatum, Price & Co.'s Abernethy's Specific, Price's Golden Oil Bear's Grease, Queen's Perfume, &c., so much ad- mired in the first circles of Fashion, bear a protection lable trom a design by Sir Wm. Congreve, with the signature of "PRICE & Co., Lombard-street," in red ink, and 28." conspicuously in its centre, without which none are Genuine. PRICE and Co.'s PERFUMERY, celebrated SOAP BRUSHES, &c., are to be had GENUINE in London only at their Establishment, 28, Lombard-street, and of their Agent, inantheCitiesandTownsefEurope.As)a.Afr)ca,& America. ¡;T To prevent disappointment, uiid ensure punctuality, ail Orders are requested to be directed to PRICE & Co., MONT. PFLLIER HOUSE,281 Lombard-street, London." (Late Price and Gosnell's, and formerly Patey, Butts, Price, and Co's.) The Nobility, Gently, and Public are cautioned against pur- chasing Price and Co.'s articles of persons unconnected with their autholity, counterfeits being sold when the genuine is asked for—the following are authorised Agents:—Hopk'ns, Perfumer, Williams, ix Jenkins, Druggists, Newport; Jones & Duncan, Druggists, firecon; Crump, Perfumer, Abergavenny Morgan, Druggist, (only) Merthyr; "Morgan, Druggist, Llan- dilo Tavlor, Perfumer, Chepstow Mrs. Morgan Per- fumer, Williams, Cambrian Office, atid^"Wilson, Chemist. Swansea Evans, Cross, H. White and Sons Stationers' and White, Chemist, Carmarthen Phillips, Chemist Cole- man, ditto, M'Carthy, ditto, and Ewins Perfumer Car- diff; Davies, Cowbridge; Price, Druggist, Bridgend, il iy. ward and Ilunt, Chemists, and Davies, Perfumer, Neath; Drinkwater, Hird, and Treweeks, Chemists, Pembroke Rol- land, Perfumer, Tenby Thomas, Perfumer, and Wilua:ns, Chemist, Cardigan Cole and Humphreys, Druggists, Aber- ystwith Perkins, Stationer, and Wiliams, Druggist, Haver. fordwest; G. H. Jenkins, Cardiff; and all respectable dealel S throughout the kingdom