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CAERLEON, MONMOUTHSHIRE. To be LET, with Immediate Possession, A GROCER'S SHOP, with Fixtures, Bakehouse, large Oven, good Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Three good Bed- rooms, Garden, and Fruit Trees, with side entrance, plea- aantly situated in High-Street, late in the occupation of Mr. David Price, Grocer, &c. Rent, jE14 per Annum. Apply to Mr. EDWARD MORGAN, Caerleon. January 31st, 1854. A FARM TO BE LET, Called LLANARAVON," in the Parish of Llanvrechva 7 Lower, BETWEEN Newport and Pontypool, and adjoining the Turnpike Road, containing 201A. 2R. 30P, possession at Lady-day next. For particulars, apply to Messrs. R. WILTON and SON, Solicitors, Gloucester; or to Mr. JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Candwr Farm, Llanvrechva. TO BE LET, With Immediate Possession, THE Old-established BEERHOUSE, called the WIN- Jt_ NING HORSE, situate in the Marshes-road, near the Pontypool and Hereford Railway Station, with Brewhouse and Five-stall Stable attached. Application to be made to Mr. THOMAS FLOYDE LEWIS, Maltster, Dock road, Newport. TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. A HOUSE, SHOP, and BAKEHOUSE, in Granville- street, Newport, excellently situated for Business and in good repair. For particulars, apply to Mr. J. HUGHES, 36, Ruperra- Itreet, Newport. TO BE SOLD, BY PRIVATE CONTRACT TWO COTTAGES, with about an Acre of Orchard and nui 0raideD' situate near the Great House Farm, on Clytha For further particulars, apply to JOHN LEWIS, one fcrr;s.^0HAEijis moegan- "«»*•» Farm, near Pontypool. TO BE LET OR SOLD, BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, LOWER PENTRE HOUSE, Situate within One Mile of Abergavenny And commanding a view of the varied and picturesque Scenery for which the neighbourhood is so distin- gmsnea. 1YHE HOUSE contains Entrance Hall, Drawing Di- TWWw breakfast Rooms, with all convenient offices, oix Bedrooms exclusive of attics and a new conservatory With entrance from the Drawing Room. 7' cumbS With Hothouse> Melon ^d Cu- a P etl nb-y warm water 5 together with Seven- Soumf^'Trt°r f Si'?f excflleDt Meadow and Orchard P ?^ ounded by a Plantation, and stocked with a selection of the new and expensive varieties of the Pine tribe, choice American, and other Shrubs. Further particulars, by personal application, or bv letter addressed to JAMES PRICE, Esq., Lion-street, Aberga- venny °r ^Neville-street, Aberga- fb°Ve dT?h}r |>roPert7 will be disposed of on iermS' a?d ha f ?f the Purchase money may remain •n Mortgage, if required. A Pack of Fox Hounds in the immediatejneighbourhood, and the River Usk, so celebrated for Trout and Salmon Fishing, within Five Minutes walk of the House February 8, 1854. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, Situate in the Parish of Saint Woollos, Newport, Mon mouthshire. Messrs. OR AS AM and EVANS, Beg to announce that they have been instructed to offer for Sale by Public Competition, at the King's Head Hotel, Newport, on MONDAY, the 20th day of FEBRUARY, 1854, at Three o Clock in the afternoon, subject to such condi- tions as will then and there be produced, the following very desirable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, viz. ALL that Modern and Substantial Dwelling House and Garden, situate and being No. 2, Cambria Plaoe, con- ^lninS a Largf Underground Cellar, with Kitchen on ground Floor, Drawing and Dining Rooms, China fPantry, Four lane Bedrooms on First Floor, with two Attics on oecond Flour. The above eligible Property has a beautiful prospect, is mtuate mone of the most salubrious localities, and is well ^vestment lon of Purchasers, eitiier for occupation or It will be Sold for the residue of a term of Eighty Years, about Sixty of which are unexpired, at the Annual Ground Rent of £ 3 18s. Ground Rent of £ 3 181'1. For particulars, apply to the Auctioneers' Offices, 162. Commercial-street. Newport, Mon., February 1st, 1854. No. 99, Stow Hill, Newport, Monmouthshire Messrs. GRAHAM 4, EVANS Beg to notify, that they are instructed to offer FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION On the premises, as above, on TUESDAY, the 14th of FEBRUARY, 1854, THE following HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, OIL JL PAINTINGS, Engravings, Bronze Figures, Orna- ments, and other Valuable Effects. The FURNITURE comprises mahogany and birch four-post bedsteads, with furniture, half-tester bedsteads, with furni- ture, tent bedsteads, with dimity furniture, feather and milpuff beds, mahogany chest with drawers, mahogany dressing glasses, piahogany boot and shoe rack, mahogany night commode, painted ditto, mahogany washstand and ware, oak painted washstands, oak painted dressing tables large oak chest, painted chest with drawers, towel horses', six rush-seated chairs, six cane-seated ditto, bed-round carpets, stair carpets, handsome mahogany sideboard, with folding doors, trays and celeret, superb chimney glass in ernamental gilt frame, rosewood cheffioneer, with folding doors, silk lined, and drawers, two mahogany cheffioneers, with folding doors and drawers, pair of mahogany book- cases, silk lined, mahogany bookcase, with stand and drawer, two mahogany dining tables, two mahogany tables, on pillars and claws, two large mahogany Pembroke tables, massive mahogany poles, with rings, mahogany sofa, hair squab and pillows, mahogany couch, with squab and pillow, aofa, chintz covered, mahogany easy chair in leather, maho- gany hair-seated chairs, moreen window drapery, damask ditto, ditto, kidder carpets, hearth rugs, bronze and iron fenders, brass ditto, two sets fire-irons, handsome eight-day dial, American clock, china and other ware, and a large assortment of kitchen and culinary requisites. The PAINTINGS and PRINTS consist of four oil paintings, with ornamental gilt frames; two ditto ditto, with plain E'lt frames; two engravings, in maple and gold—" The ast Appeal," and The Heart's Misgiving," engraving with ornamental oak frame—" Garrick surrounded by his Friends," engraving, carved oak and gold—" The Momentous Question;' pair engravings, in rosewood frames "The Spirit and the Man;" pair ditto, in gilt frames-" Flowers;" French engraving—" Flowers engraving, in maple and gilt—" Scripture Piece engraving, in rosewood and gilt— "Robert Burns;" pair French prints, in gilt frames— Flowers;" engraving, in bird's-eye-maple engraving, in maple and gold—" Leonardo de Vinci dying in the arms of Francis the First," &c., &c. The whole on view on Monday prior to the Sale. Sale to commence at Ten for Eleven o'Clock to the minute. Offices, 162, Commercial Street. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. T. WATKINS, At Fairwater, near Cardiff, on WEDNESDAY, the 22nd of FEBRUARY, 1854, the following Valuable FARMING STOCK, viz., ■ .TIGHT Milch Cows, Three Heifers, Two and Three-year- ly old Bulls, 80 Breeding Ewes, 40 Yearling ditto, 65 Fat Sheep, 20 Yearling Wethers, Three Rams, Two Cart Horses, One Riding Mare, Seven-years-old Also, Three Iron Ploughs, Harrows, Winnowing Machine, Ray Making ditto, Chaff Cutter, &c. <> The Cattle are of the pure Ayrshire breed, and the Sheep Ootswold and Leicester. The Sale to commence at One o'Clock, and Three Months Credit will be given on approved security. IMPORTANT SALE OF Timber, Pitwood, Coppice, Cordwood, &c, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. THOS. DA VIES. At the Cross Keys Inn, Hengoed, near Gellygaer, at Two o'Clock precisely, in the Afternoon, subject to such con- ditions, as shall be then produced, on THURSDAY, 23rd Itf FEBRUARY, 1854, LOT 1. ABOUT 18 Acres of Pitwood, 237 Oak Timber, 39 Ash Underwood, double and treble storers, now growing *n Pantanas Farm, close to Quaker's Yard. LOT 2. About 13 Acres of the same description of Wood, as above named, 203 Oak Timber, 17 Ash, double and treble •torers, &c., now growing at Hengoed, near Gellygaer, where the proprietor, Mr. Perrot, resides, of whom every information may be had; and of Mr. EDMUND ED- WARDS, Pantanas Farm, Quaker's Yard or the Auc- tioneer, Mr. THOMAS DA VIES, Bush Hotel, Merthyr Tydfil. All the standards are marked with red paint. There is great facility for conveying the timber away, fteing contgious to the Taff Vale Railway, and Rhymney Tramroad. ELIGIBLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE. BRECKNOCKSHIRE, S.W. To BE SOLD OR LET, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, A MODERATE SIZED COUNTRY RESIDENCE, consisting of three sitting-rooms, four good bed -rooms, five attics, and offices complete. Cellaring under the whole house. A verandah and conservatory opening into it. Ihe house is situated on the banks of the river Usk, with an excellent salmon pool; four miles from Abergavenny, where there is a railway station; and three from Orickhowell. blower and kitchen gardens, coach-house and stabling, with or without 38 acres of Land. Apply to Mb. ANSDELL, Glasllwyn, near Abergavenny. February 7th, 1854. WINTER F ASH ION S. HENRY WOOD, Tailor and Draper, 172, Commercial Street, Newport, RESPECTFULLY informs the Gentry, Clergy, and inhabitants generally of Newport and its vicinity, that he has just completed his purchases of Goods suitable for the ensuing season—all of which he has carefully selected from the best manufacturers. Ow EQUESTRIAN PONCHOS AND WATERPROOF CLOTHING. THE REMAINDER OF THE WINTER STOCK AT THE ALBION HOUSE, NEWPORT, Is now SELLING OFF, at extremely low prices, COBURGS, ALPACAS, FRENCH MERINOES, FURS, SHAWLS, MANTLES, &c PILOT CLOTHS, SIBERIANS, WHITNEYS, DOESKINS, TWEEDS, &c. BLANKETS, QUILTS, FLANNELS, &c. HENRY THOMAS begs to solicit early calls, as the goods are to be sold at such prices as to effect a quick clearance; priority of choice is always an advantage. No Deviation can be made from the Prices asked. PIANO FORTE WAREHOUSE, No. 2, DOCK STREET, NEWPORT. PROPRIETOR,—H. J. GROVES, ORGANIST OF ST. WOOLLOS CHURCH. PIANO FORTES AND ORGANS FOR SALE OR HIRE. PRIVATE RESIDENCE, STOW-HILL. WORKING MEN! BUY YOUR BOOTS AND SHOES AT 124, COMMERCIAL-STREET, (OPPOSITE CROSS-STREET), AND 105, COMMERCIAL-ROAD, PILLGWENLLY, (Next Door to the Pottery,) Where you will find the largest assortment of BOOTS and SHOES to select from, and at the lowest possible prices. J. HORNER WOULD remind the public that a large trade, with small profits, is more remunerative than a small trade, with large profits as is sufficiently proved by the penny postage system. J. Horner being determined to stand noon the aDove principle, informs the public that Boots and Shoes are sold at his establishments at an unprecedented reduction on the usual prices, and at the same time assures them that every article is warranted to be of the best Style and Workman ship for the quality of his materials, he would solicit one trial, feeling assured that it will establish him in the of his patrons. Wellington Boots 10s to 12s Best French ditto 14s to 16s Short Wellington Boots 8s to 10s Best French ditto lis to 13s Clarence Boots 8s to 10s Blucher Boots 5s to 8s Oxford Shoes 5a to 7 Qd Tie fehoes. Aa a XJ Sailors' Pumps 4S to fa OA Mi, clou, Bo»i, Ladies Cashmere Boots 3s to 4s 6d Patent Slippers o_ „ M Children's Boots and Shoes, in endless variety.-Clark's Registered Boots and Shoes. Warne's Patent Antigropelos. American Over Shoes. French Clogs, Pattens, &c. Horner> in returning thanks for the very flattering support he has received for the last Nine years, begs to inform his friends and the public in general, that his Bespoke Business is carried on as usual, with the strictest attention +n iht latest fashions. ° lne Observe the name,—J. HORNER, Proprietor. "Y GWIR YN ERBYN Y BYD!" 'OES Y BYD I'R IAITH GYMRAEG." "LLAFAR BID LAFAK." I I ,r_7 "NT WYR NI DDYSG." DUW A PHOB DAIONI." BYDDED HYSBYS, Y CYNELIR EISTEDDFOD 0 FEIRDD A LLENORION, YN UNAWL A DEFAWD AC ARFER Y CYMRY, YNNHY MARCHNAD TWYN Y DRYSIOG, GLYN EBWY, plwyf Bedwellti, swydd Fonwy, ar DDYDD • ri U' st;f y 17eg o fis Ebnll, 1854; y He a'r pryd y dysgwylir gwyddfodoldeb amrai o Feirdd a liienorion Cymru, ac y gwobrwyir yr ymgeiswyr llwyddiannus ar y testunau canlynawl:— £ s. d. 1. Am yr hanes henafiaethol goreu am Glyn d. Ebwy, o Rhydyblew i Droedrhiw'rclawdd, ei gynydd graddol, hyd ei agwedd bresenol 3 0 0 2. Am y Traethawd goreu ar Hawl y Gweith- wyr i osod Pris ar eu Gwaith 2 10 0 3. Am j Bryddest oreu ar y Tan, a'i effeithiaii 3 0 0 4. Am y Bryddest oreu (heb fod dros 70 o linellau) er coffadwriaeth am y ddiweddar Mrs. Jane Hill, oLynEbwy 1 10 0 5. Am y Briodasgerdd oreu-ton, Mynediad Bellisle," i Mr. William Adams, a Miss Ruth Lewis, o'rDrysiog 1 10 0 6. Am y Gan oreu-ton, "Llwyn On," ar gynydd ac adfywiad Twyn y Drysiog, yn ystod y 30ain mlynedd diweddaf 1 10 0 7. Am y Gan oreu ar ddefnyddioldeb a rhin- wedd Pistyll y Forge, Glyn Ebwy. 1 5 0 8. Am y Farwnad oreu—ton, Y galon drom," i'r diweddar George Stephens, Twyn Drysiog 1 0 0 9. Am y G&n ddigrif oreu, yn darlunio y dull gwrthun sydd gan lawer o drigolion gweithfaoedd Gwent a Morganwg, o lysenwi eu gilydd, a'u hes- geulusdod o gyfreithiau moes a rhinwedd 1 0 0 10. I'r chwareuwr goreu ar y delyn unres, Telyn unresnewydd, gwerth 6 0 0 D.S. Rhaid i'r ymgeiswyr am y delyn fod yn frodorion o Gwent a Morganwg, ac o dan ugain oed, neu heb ymarfer a chwareu y delyn dros bum' mlynedd. 11. I'r C6r a ddadgano yn oreu, 0 snatch me swift," gan Dr. Callcott. Novello's Glee Hive" 4 0 0 I'r ail oreu 2 0 0 Gwel MERLIN heddyw. 12. I'r Cdr a ddadgano yn oreu Meib y Wen S* Ynys." Gwel Casgliad Parry," (Bardd Alaw.) Am einau Cymreig, gwel y CaniedyddCymreig," M gan John Thomas (Ieuan Ddu.) *2 0 0 I'r ail oreu 1 0 0 D.S. Ni chaniateir i'r Cdrau fod dros 15eg o nifer. 13. I'r Dadganydd goreu yn ol trefn y Deheu- barth r 0 15 0 1 r axl oreu 0 5 0 IT' l',r dadganydd goreu yn ol trefn y GogJedd 0 15 0 15. I r Feny w a adrodda yn oreu'' Galar Gwraig y Meddwyn," gan Llawdden. Gwel y fERLIN am Ionawr 27ain. Llyfrau gwerth 4s., a 6s. yn arian 0 10 0 16. Am yr Adroddiad goreu rhwng benyw a gwrryw o Ymddiddan rhwng y Meddwyn a'i al Wraig pan yn ei ymofyn adref o'r tafarndy. Tfl ^hJch k^enydd," gan Idloes 0 10 0 fl* yyfyngii* yr Adroddiadau i bdrsonau dan 20ain oed. l?" 7 Bryddest Farwnad oreu i William' Kmbb Evans (saith mlwydd oed) unig blentyn i Mr. and Mrs. Evans, o Dwyn y Drysiog .10 0 18. Am y Bryddest Farwnad oreu i Anne Williams (tair blwydd oed) plentyn i Mr. William Williams, Glyn Ebwy 1 0 0 19. Am yr 8 Penill goreu ar anfanteision y Telynawr Dall,—Ton, "Y galon drom." (Gan Frawd i Ddall) I 1 0 0 20. Am yr Englyn Bedd Argraff goreu i'r ddi- weddar Mrs. Sarah Lewis, or Drysio.- 010 0 21. Am yr Englyn Bedd Argraff goreu i'r ddi- weddar Mrs. Ann Thomas, Glyn Ebwy. (Gan ei Mab) 0 10 0 Penderfyniad gwreiddiol y Pwyllgor oedd peidio cyfyngu'r testunau-ond, yn gymaint ag i rai o'r Tanysgrifwyr ddewis 7u u ° nad(!?"t' d:»rf» Pwyllgor gydymffurfio a'u cais. Ond, barnwyd eilwaith mai swell oedd rhoddi pob rhyddid a thegwch, YD ngwyneb haul a llygad goleuni." Felly, ni chyfyngir testunau yr Eisteddfod hon Cyhoeddir ychwaneg o destunau a gwobrwyon, o bryd i bryd, ac ychwanegir gwobrau at rai o'r testunau uchod. Any person who may kindly desire to add his name to the list of subscribers towards the above Eisteddfod will tilease to intimate the same to Mr. THOMAS LEWIS, Angel Inn, Briery Hill, Ebbw Vale, Mon. P DEWI IDLOES, Secretary. THE CITY OF BRISTOL CABINET MANUFACTORY, CARPET WAREHOUSE, AND COMPLETE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, 2, SAINT JAMES BARTON. THE Proprietors, C. &. W. TRAPNELL, take this opportunity respectfully to present their very sincere acknow ledgments for the UNPRECEDENTED patronage with which they have been honored since their commencement ANH with a view to sustain their old reputation for EXTENT of CHOICE, QUALITY, AND ELEGANCE of STYLE, In their works, they have much pleasure in inviting the inspection of parties furnishing to their very FIRST-RATE and COMPLETE STOCK of CABINET and UPHOLSTERY FURNITURE, now on Sale of their genuine Manufacture, and made from the most approved and original desio-ns They would at present invite especial attention to their elegantdrawing-room CHEFFIONEERS in Italian, Walnut, and other woods, from E4 10s. to Eighty Guineas. One of the most extensive assortments in CHIMNEY GLASSES, from new and fashionable designs and in a stvlo v«rv superior to the ordinary stocks kept by other houses, and at much lower prices. W a style Very AlagDificently Veined Walnut and Rosewood, Cirular, Oval, and other shaped Loo, Card, Occasional, and Work TABLES varying from 45s. to £25. £ ^8^^chan6^ m Ea'Sy' Vesfer' and otlier CHAIRS, combining ornament, utility, and real comfort, from 30s. to Substantial Dining-room Furniture, including SIDEBQARDS, from 27 to 230. DINING TABLES, from 24 10s. to Fifty Guineas. • Handsome Dining and Drawing-room Chairs,, Couches, and Settees, many of which are beautifully carved, and finished in rich morocco, velvet, silk, bayadere, tapestry, hair-cloth, and other coverings. The Bedroom Furniture presents an equally Extensive Variety, in half-tester, four-post, French, and other Bedsteads. Beds, Mattresses, and Bedding of every kind bold and handsome Wardrobes, Chests of Drawers, Wash-stands, and Tables, with massive marble, and other tops and a profuse variety in Dressing Glasses, of the best make and finish, from 4s. 6d. to £6 6s. In the Upholstery Department are contained large stocks of Damask, Silks, Taburettes, and other Tissues of the nresent fashionable kind, from the first English and Continental Establishments. The largest display in Bristol of elegantly mounted Gilt and other Window Cornices, with the newest style in Window Curtains, fixed for inspection a few Velvet, Tapestry, Brussels, Dutch, and other Carpets, of the LiauJiL JSJ M* Z every branch of thei/business, they are in I much^ut^posttion^han hou^s^of'3lessCexperifnPratt^icaUy .acquainted with who may be pleased to favour them with their commands and in whatever class of furnisW? i? the W1SJ^0S of alJ four rooms at £ 19, or a mansion at £ 1000, there will be found the same eenuinp an,1 + for a house of suitability to the purpose so that this establishment shall demonstrate that beauty of finish?and Tundlesf S^ualS are attainable in due proportion at the same, ana M many cases lower prices than are LOST in the purchasrof IU SHA ED and inferior articles. 1 l Drawings, Plans, and Estimates, are given for Furnishing Houses, in any part of the kingdom, and to any extent of price, pattern, and style. J The City Cabinet Manufactory, 2, Saint James Barton, Bristol. C. & W. TRAPNELL, UNDERTAKERS. ADDRESS AS ABOVE. THE ELLIPTIC COLLAR, TO FASTEN AT THE BACK, 00 WITH PATENT ELASTIC FASTENING. THE GORGET combines novelty with perfection of Fit, is acknowledged by all to be the easiest fitting Shirt yet made, and, by a simple invention of the Patentees, adjusts itself to all movements of the body, either walking, sitting, or riding. Price, including the REGISTERED ELLIPTIC WRISTBAND, 42s. the half-dozen. The ELLIPTIC 3-fold COLLAR, quite unique, in all shapes, with PATENT ELASTIC FASTENING, 12s. the dozen. The PATENT ELASTIC COLLAR FASTENING can be attached to any Collar, opening back or front, Six sent by Post on leceipt of 13 Postage Stamps. jf /THE corcet\ IU QJ PATENT /self adjusting* 1 SHIRT J Sample Shirt forwarded npon re- ceipt of a Tost Office Order for 8s. hd PATENTEES, COOPER and FRYER, THE ELLIPTIC COLLAR, TO FASTEN IN FRONT. QQ WITH PATENT ELASTIC FASTENING. DIRECTIONS FOR MEASUREMENT. 1. Round the Chest, over the Shirt. 2. Round the Waist, over the Shirt. 3. Round the Neck, middle of Throat. 4. Round the Wrist. 5. Length of Coat Sleeve, from centre of Back, down seam of Sleeve, to bottom of Cuff. G. Length of Shirt at back. The first four measures must be taken tight. ———— Say if the Shirts are to open back or front. If with Collars attached (3s. the half- dozen extra). If Buttons or Studs in Front. If Buttons or Studs at Wrist, NEXT DOOR TO. THE HAYMARKET THEATRE, LONDON, "<t: "i NEWPORT SACRED HARMONIC SOCIETY. CONCERT AND CONVERSAZIONE, AT THE TOWN HALL, ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY THE 21ST, 1854. THE Committee have the pleasure to announce that arrangements are in progress for a CONCERT and Pn\rvi7P SAZIONE, to be held at the TOWN HALL, NEWPORT, on the 21st instant. The Programme embraces a selection of the Finest Solos, Duets, Quartets, and Choruses, from the Works of Handel Mozart, Himmel, Hayden, Graun, &e. and arrangements will be made to give the fullest effect to the several parts. The Choruses will be performed by tho Members of the Society, assisted by Leading Vocalists from GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL. CONDUCTOR-Mr. H. J. GROVES. ACCOMPANIST—MISS CLOWES. Particulars in Programmes. Tea, Coffee, and other Refreshments will be served after the First Part, by Mr. James Ewins, jun. TICKETS (including Refreshments)—Reserved Seats: Members, 2s. Non-Members, 3s.—Body of the Hall Members, la. Non-Members, 2s. Tickets may be had of the Secretaries and the Committee, and at the Stationers. T. T. MORRIS, W. CHRISTOPHERS, j CAPTAINS of Vessels are requested to visit ASTON'S IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, 139, Commercial Street, previous to making their purchases. The Hardware Stock consists of William Bullock and Co.'s Manufacture Hill Top Foundry Company; and Middleton's, of Smethwick. gS* Every article warranted.—Terms Cash. Private Asylum for the Insane, AT WHITCHURCH, NEAR MONMOUTH. MR. MILLARD, SURGEON, & RESIDENT PROPRIETOR (licensed 1834), has Vacancies for either sex. Terms moderate. PATENT IMPROVEMENTS IN ANDREWS* COKE OVENS. J. ANDREWS BEGS to call the attention of Ironmasters and Coke Masters to his PATENT I VI PROVEM ENTS IN Ci KE oVENS, and his OoKE DRAWING AP- PARATUS, whereby they may be rendered, under all pos- sible circumstances, more duraole th:.n those in common use, and may be protected, to a great extent, from the effects of the intense heat to which they are exposed. When in the oven, the apparatus may be applied to the pushing of the coke from the oven and by this means no iron is required in the oven during the coking process. The peculiar construction of these improvements renders the oven, with any description of coal, capable of converting 15 ewts. of coal into coke in a given time, and with a given'area of oven, more than any other coke oven that is now in operation, by which a great savins is effected over an ordinary oven. In many instances full 50 per cent. is saved in the making of the coke alone, a much better yield is the result, and the coke is of betier quality. No person ought to be without Andrews' Patent Coke Orens for the locomotive department. The patent right charged at the rate of 23s the oven per annum, if paid half-yearly but to partiespaying in advance for the ovens, for the whole unexpired term of the patent, the patentee will allow 50 per cent, on any number of ovens built. Applications for licenses, and other information, to be made to the patentee, 17, Fair Oak-terrace, Maiudee, New- port, Monmouthshire. An Active Partner wanted, with a small capital. ACHILLES INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL 2100,000, in 10,000 Shares of 210 each With power to increase to One Million. Sir Henry Winston Baron, Bart., Chairman. Col. Lothain S. Dickson, Deputy Chairman. HE advantages offered by this Company will be seen on an investigation of its Rates of Premium, which are based upon the latest and most approved corrected Tables of Mortality, and the terms of its Loan business. It offers to the Assured the security of a large subscribed Capital, combined with all the advantages of a Mutual Assurance Office-Eighty per Cent. of the Profits being divided amongst. the policy-holders every five years. Policies are indisputable. No Charge is made for Policy Stamps or Medical Fees. One-third of the Premiums on Assurances of 2500 is allow ed to remain unpaid, and continue as a claim on the Policy. Policies not forfeited if the Premiums are not paid when due. Loans are granted to Policy-holders on liberal terms. A Policy of the amount only of the sum borrowed, being as collateral security, required. For the convenience of the Working Classes Policies are issued as low as 220, at the same Rates as larger Assu- rances. Premiums may be paid Quarterly, Half-yearly, or An- nually. Any other Particulars, or Rates of Premium required for any contingency, an cbe obtained of the Agents of the Com pany, or at the Chief Office, 25, Cannon-street, or of the Secretary. HUGH BROWN TAPLIN, Secretary. AGENTS. Abergavenny—Cornelius Lloyd, Esq., solicitor. Cardiff-C. H. Court, Esq., 10, Wellington Terrace. Carmarthen-Frank Green, Esq. Chepstow Messrs. Baldwyn and Morgan. EQUITABLE FIRE INSTJRA.NCE COMPANY. CHIEF OFFICE, 450, WEST STRAND, LONDON, CAPITAL, HALF-A-MILLION STERLING. Of which Amount upwards of 9200,000 is actually sub- scribed for and paid upon. Half the Profits Divided amongst the Insured. DIRECTORS. Archibald Campbell Barclay, Esq., Chairman. Charles Bennett, Esq. Edmund S.Symes,Esq.,M.D. Hugh Croft, Esq. Clement Tabor, Esq. John Moss, Esq. Thomas West, Esq. Frederick Morris, Esq. Francis V. Woodhouse, Esq. John Shaw, Esq. SECRETARY-William Howell Preston, Esq. AUDITORS-Henry Eve, Esq. Thomas Williams, Esq. CONSULTING ACTUARY. W. S. B. Woolhouse, Esq., F.R.A.S., F.S.S., &c. BANKERS. Messrs. Glyn, Mills, and Co., Lombard Street. SOLICITORS. Messrs. Cardale, Iliffe, and Russell, Bedford Row. THE utmost security is afforded by the largely Subscribed Capital of the Company, held by a highly responsible Proprietary and by the INCOME of the Society, which now, from PREMIUMS alone, exceeds £30,000 per Annum. The RATES of the Company will be found to be exceed- ingly moderate, and below th. se of most other Offices. The PREMIUM is in each case fixed in strict accordance with the merit of the risk under consideration, and without regard to the Tariffs usually governing the rates of other Companies. A return of 50 per Cent. of the Profits is made upon all Policies of Three Years standing. Prospectuses and every other information may be obtained at the Chief Office, as above, or from any of the Agents. W. H- -PRESTON, Secretary. AGENTS: Newport and Abergavenny Mr. R. Bowman, Ebbw Vale. Cardiff-Mr. Davies, Scientific Institution. Swansea-Mr. J. N. Smart, Solicitor. "Applications for Agencies are invited from those Towns where the Company is unrepresented.' DISEASE PREVENTED AND HEALTH RESTORFD IT is now conclusively established by the^ experience of More than a quarter of a century, the united testimony ol all classes, and the countenance of the most eminent medical practitioners, that Are tHe must universally beneficial medicine ever aiscovered t operating pleasantly, "Miout causing the least pain, and at the same time thoroughly efficient; they may be taken with certainty of success in the foliowing complaints Billiousness Pains or giddiness Indigestion Costiveuess in the head Worms,piles Disordered liver, Dimness of siht Dropsy, gout stomach or bowels Blotches and erup- Rheumatism Sickness tions on the face Lumbago Sick headache and skin. Influenza nd all diseases which have their origin in an impure or ob- structed state of the system. They contain neither Mercury nor Antimony, in any form whatever, require no change of diet, are especially calculated for all whose avocations call them abroad, equally suitable for both sexes, aud, by regu- lating the dose according to the directions, for every variety of constitut on and age. '1 hey strengthen the Digestive organs, and promote a healthy action of the Liver and Kid- neys whilst to those of a Costive habit this Medicine is in- valuable, as they have never been known to leave the Bowels the least confined ofter their use, however often had recourse to and for the removal of this complaint, and piles, are found most successful. They are recommended to the particular notice of all heads of bchools and large estab- lishments. Femalps, even of the most delicate constitution, find these Pills peculiarly beneficial. An occasional course removes and prevents irregularities and obstructions, and the symp- toms attendant on the same, viz, Sickness, Sick Headache, Dimness of sight, Nervousnass, &c. By cleansing and puri- fying the fluids of the body, they restore impeded circulation and invigorate the whole system, substituting energy and cheerfulness for langour and depression of spirits, ° With renewed health, Sallowness, Blotches, and Pimples on the skin quickly disappear, and the Complexion is restored to its natural freshness of colour and appearance. To emigrants and all persons going abroad, Walker's PiUs are particularly recommended, they retain their virtues uninjured in any climate, and are the very best preventive of the attacks of those diseases so prevalent in many of our ) colonies, and as a general resource against the effects of a t change of cl mate have been found invaluable. Full dirrctions for use, aecompanyeach box. Prices- Is. lid., 2s. 9J., 4s. 6d., and lis. A 2s. 9d. box contains the quantity of three Is. I I d., a 4s. 6d. of two 2s. fid.) and the lis. size of five 2s. 9d Prepared only by Walker and Co.. 6, Broad-street, Bath; and sold wholesale and retail by Sanger, Barclay and sons, Sulton and Co., and Edwards, London. Retail by the fol- lowing Agents Newport, Phillips, J c-iiking Ponty I)ool- Wood, Conway; Usk, Edwards; Abergavenny, Humble; Brecon, Bright; Cardiff, Coleman, James, Phillips; Mer- thyr, P. Williams, Bookseller; Monmouth, Cook, Cosseus, Farror; Ross, Farror, junior Chepstow, Davies, Williams Carmarthen, Davies, Tardrew, Smith; Aberavon, Davies; I Neath, Hibbert; Swansea, Dawe and Son, Wilson Bristol, Ferris and Score, Ponting. Self, Shapland, (late Giles) Park-street; Taunton, Hitchcock and Son, Hiscock. SHIP BISCUIT MANUFACTORY, CHURCH STREET, PILLGWENLLY, NEWPORT, MON. J. 1\1. HAIME, SHIP BISCUIT MANUFACTURER, SHIPOWNERS and CAPTAINS of „ Ythat he has on SALE very excellent SHIP iiKhAJJ, at very low prices; also Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Sugar, Butter, Bacon, Hams, Cheese, Flour, Candles, and Prime Mess Beef and Pork. N.B.—From Five to Ten Tons of SHIP BISCUIT always in Stock, Kiln Dried, ready for Sea, ohnr™ ri an,d 3Pr.ices forwarded on application, free of nei-hL^ delivered to Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea, and neighbouring ports, carnage paid. Next Door to the Tredegar Arms, Pillgwenlly. ..Q i.x- TO RAILWAY CONTRACTORS. THE Directors of the Coleford, Monmouth, Usk, and Pontypool Railway Company, invite Tenders for the Construction of the portion of the Line between Usk and the Junction with the Newport, Abergavenny, and Here- ford Railway (being three miles and 76 chains), such Tenders to be sent, sealed up, to the Secretary, at the King's Head Hotel, Newport, Monmouthshire, on or before Noon* FEBRUARY instant, at Twelve o'Clock at TA\TpaSectlon? may be seen at the Office of DAVID JOJNEb, Jisqinre, the Company's Engineer, at Usk, on and after the 13th instant. By Order of the Board, tt „ A- WADDINGTON, Usk, 9th February, 1854. Secretary pro. tem. TOWN OF CARDIFF. I Important Sale of 415 large and valuable Oak, Ash, Elm, Beeeh, and other Timber Tress, and 25 Acres of Coppice Wood, standing and growing in the Parishes of St. An- drews and Mcrthyrdovan, near Cardiff. MR. T. WATKINS Is instructed to SELL y AUCTION, at the Angel Hotel, in the Town of Cardiff, on THURSDAY, tho 23rd day of FEBRUARY, 1854, the undermentioned Timber Trees and Coppice Woods. LOT 1. Twelve Elm Trees, standing and growing in the Parish of Merthyrdovan, marked from 1 to 12; Twelve ditto ditto, on the Green Yard Farm, in the Parish of St. An- drews. LOT 2. One Hundred and Fifty-one Timber Trees, standing and growing in the Bear's Wood and Upper Lawn, in the Parish of St. Andrews, viz. :-Ninety Oaks, marked from A8h> 'htt°, 1 to 42 Three Beech, ditto, 1 to A\ ^8' ln ^PPer Lawn marked from 1 to 5 • Five Chesnut. pkrS' °ne ^^ore, and One LOT 3. difto^to^TW PnD?mbe?d from "I to 364; 46 Ash 5 to 11 stantHn P dltt° 6 to 8 Six Beocb> ditto 5 to 11, standing and growing m Bear's Wood, aforesaid. 1 ^°7t7,t°akr' DUm^ered from 1 to 40 Seven Elms, ditto l/' standing and growing in Agar Cwm, in the Parish ot ot. Andrew s; also, 66 Oaks, numbered from 1 to 66 and one Ash, and one Elm, standing in Pencoytre Cwm, in the said Parish; together with about Five Acres of COP- „ OOD, standing and growing in Agar Cwm and Pencoytre Cwm aforesaid. LOT 5. About Eight Acres of valuable Oak Coppice Wood, being part of Argar Wood, in the Parish of St. Andrew's, and consisting of very superior Oak, Pit, and Cordwood, most useful timber for Coachmakers and Wheelwrights. LOT 6. About Twelve Acres of Coppice Wood, being part of the Tonkin Wood, in the Parish of St. Andrew's, and consisting of Pit and Cordwood. All Saplings, Stores, and Trees, marked with a X in red paint, are reserved. BEES HO™bwh°"^»™;WBB3TEE'or Sale of Linen and Cotton Sheeting's, Quilts and Counterpanes, Damask Table Linens, &c., At 38, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. E ALLEN having just purchased an extensive Lot of SHEETINGS, COUNTERPANES, QUILTS TOILETS, TOWELLINGS, DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS,' &c., respectfully solicits the attention of her Friends and the Public, as the whole will be sold at considerably less than usual prices. An early inspection is respectfully solicited. E. ALLEN, 38, COMMERCIAL-STREET NEWPORT. Important Sale of Brewing Plant, Beer, and Casks. MR. ALEXANDER WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On the Premises, without the slightest Reserve, od TUES- DAY and WEDNESDAY, the 21st and 22nd of FEBRUARY, ALL the Valuable Nine-Quarter BREWING PLANT About 900 Barrels of Splendid BEER, About 2,400 Barrels of STORE PIECES, (Varying in size from 8 to 400 each), Two-horse power STEAM ENGINE, Carriage Casks, Drays, Horses, Hops, And other valuable Effects, of Mr. S. J. Bird, At the PENHILL BREWERY, At Weston, near Bath, who is declining Business. The Sale will commence each Morning at Eleven o'Clock. Further particulars, with the order of Sale, will be duly announced, and Catalogues are i preparation, which will be ready for delivery six days previous to the Sale. FOR SALE, AT NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE, THE HULL and MATERIALS of the Danish Barque, Parthean, 306 Tons Register; Coppered and Copper- fastened, as she now lies. For further particulars, apply to H. EDWARDS & Co., Ship and Insurance Brokers, Newport, Mon. Morton's Cyclopaedia of Agriculture. THE following Testimonial to the great value of this work is given by Charles Lawrence, Esq., of the Querns, Cirencester, in a recent article in the Gardener! Chronicle.— DublW.u CJ,cl"Pfdia °f Agriculture, now in course of the most ? and Son' is' in my judgment, bv far the aaricultlir^ VK uaeful contribution hitherto made to ralesIheteces^'T7T In tru^h> to the farmer, it super- it, i (I may say) incumbering himself with other works, as it embraces the entire fiold o°f p™ct"o and science connected with agriculture, according to the latest and best authorities and excludes much matter, to be found in the earlier treatises, which carefully-conducted practical experiments, and the application of science in later times, have taught us to reject as founded in error. Such is the impression I have formed after reading the whole of tho twenty-four parts, which have been delivered to subscribers, so far as they relate strictly to the science and practice of agriculture." BTACKIE and SON, Glasgow, Edinburgh. London, and 8, Stoke's Croft, Bristol. ° ADDITIONAL TESTIMONIAL of the valuable medi- cine properties of FHA \1 PTON' PILLaf H I'.AL It} orwarded to Mr. Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, from W. Smith, Esq.: 13, St. Mark's-terrace. West Brompton, London, 10th May, 18-52. "Sir,—Ten years sgo I was induced to give you my opinion, founded on experience, of ihe merits oi Frampton's Pill of Health. I am pleased at your having published that plain statement, by which I hope others may be in- duced to try so effective a medicine. "Anxious cares and the neglect of my old tried friend during the early part of this year, had produced symptoms of uneasiness which [ found it prudent no longer to negleot and I am delighted to say that a few doses of the "pills: under the blessing of Divine Providence, have removed and I am again as well as ever I was in my life." M ^SMITH." These Pills are particularly efncaci >us for Stomach Coughs, Colds, Agues, Shortness ot Breath, and q £ structions of the Urinary Passages and, if taken alter too free an indulgence at table, they quickly restore the system to its natural stale of repose. Persons of a FULL iikBI r, who are subject to Head- ache, Giddiness, Drowsiness, and Singing in the Ears, arising from too great a flow of Blood to the Head, should never be without them as many dangerous symptoms will be entirely carried oft by tiieir immediate use. For FEMALES, these PiilsaTe most truly excd!ent, re- moving all obstructions, the distressing Head ache so very prevalent with the sex; Depression of Spirits, Dulness of Sight, Nervous Affections, Bloiches. Pimpl. s, and Sallow- ness of the okin, and give a healthy and juvenile bloom to the complexion. To MOTHERS they are confidently recommended as the best medicine that can be taken during prj nancy and for childern of all ages they are unequalled. As a pleasant, sate, and easy Aperient, they unite the re- commendation of a mild operation with the most successful effect. By regulating the dose, according to the age and strength of the patient, they become suitable for every case, in either sex. that can be required. Sold by all Medicine Vendors, Price Is. lid. per box. Seethename of Thomas PrQut,229, Strand, London," on the Government Stamp. THE New Receipt Stamp Box, can be obtained » ASTON'S, 139, Commercial Street, for 4d. Evei? Birmingham Novelty for Sale, three days after being out. TO AGRICULTURISTS. THE NEWPORT MANURE COMPANY, beg respect; fully to thank their friends for the support they already been favoured with, and shall be glad, to preve»{ disappointment to any of their customers, to receive orders as soon as possible, as their engagemets are :11 very large, especially for Crushed Bones, which are prepare by Steam Power, on the premises. All kinds of Genuine Artificial Manures to suit tJ¡ø requirements of the Season, always on hand. Offices and Manufactory, Skinner and Corn Streets, port, Monmouthshire. February 9th, 1854. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY, FEB. 3. TURKEY AND RUSSIA. The Marquess of Clanricarde gave notice that on :Motl. day next he would call their lordship's attention, in refer ence to the question whether this country is now at pe or war, to some passages in one of the latest despatches a* dressed to St. Petersburgh on the 24th of December. lheir lordships only sat for a few minutes. rm. ™ MONDAY. T e Marquess of Clanricarde called the attention of House to the state of this country, witk relation to the q009.' tion of peace or war. As no positive answer had been recei^ from the Emperor of Russia, as to the termination of n< tiations, the nobk Marquess now contented himself by ask^ his noble friend at the head of the Foreign office, the sifflP1" yet important question, whether any answer has yet b^0? received from the Emperor of Russia to those propos^ which had been laid before him, and what was the preseIlt state of our diplomatic arrangements with that Power? øt The Earl of Clarendon said the Emperor's answer hadJ been received,!and the proposals ofthe Czar were quite ceptable by the English government, and not of a charaC^ to allow of their being sent to Constantinople. Diploma^ relations were now quite suspended; and he had not slightest Lop s of peace. The Earl of Ellenborough said war was now inevitabl and he conjured ministers to be fully prepared, and to se a fine fleet into the Baltic immediately on the breaking u9 of the ice. Some noble Lord having exonerated the Government blame in regard to the policy pursued on the Eastern tion, their Lordships then adjourned. On Tuesday, there was no business of importance tranS" acted by their Lordships and on Wednesday, there was Il house. HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY. SUSPENDED WRITS. Lord John Russell moved that uo new writ shouW issued for the boroughs of Barnstaple, Cambridge, Canter. bury, Hull, Tynemouth, or Maldon, before the 9th 01 March next, which was agreed to. CHURCH PROPERTY. The Marquess of Blandford moved for leave to bring 111 øJ bill to make betterprovision for the management of episcop, and capitular property observing that it was the saffle jj! effect as the bill of last session, except that he proposed ™ empower ecclesiastical corporations, aggregate or sole, to e. ply their property to the augmentation of livings, or f making permanent provision for the spiritual wants of & population of the district. Load John Russell considered the subject to be a important one, aud did not object to the introduction of bill. Leave was accordingly given. ASSESSED TAXES. On the motion of the Chancellor ofthe Exchequer, la*j was given to bring in a bill to explain and amend a» of last session relating to the duties of assessed taxes. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. of In a committee of the whole House, the Chancellot to the Exchequer moved a resolution for asking leave bring in a bill to alter the mode of providing for certM expenses now charged upon certain branches ofthe pu^ revenue, and the consolidated fund. The object of the b1*] he said, was to place or retain upon the consolidated those charges only which properly belonged to it, aii% include the rest in the annual estimates, thereby bring;5 the public expenditure intc more complete harmony W1 constitutional principles. jlI Mr. Hume, Mr. W. Williams, and Mr. Disraeli spoke*! commendation of the measure, and the resolution agreed to. The House adjourned at a quarter to six. FRIDAY. PETITION. ø1Jj Sir John Pakington presented a petition from the rec t1 Conference at Birmingham, in favour of Reformat" Schools for juvenile criminals. NATIONAL EDUCATION. <J Mr. Adderley gave notice that on Tuesday next he put a question to Lord John Russell, relative to the lions of Government on the general subject of Education. NAVIGATION LAWS. The House having rjsolved into committee, u Mr. Cardwell, after some discussion, obtained bring in two bills, of which notice was given on the of j ing night of the session. The first of these he descnbe intended to shake off the. last fetters from the second as designed to consolidate the laws merchant shipping. The latter measure would be °fJ| very comprehensive character. It referred to the reg^ f and measurement of ships, and, with respect to the point, proposed to substitute a new and more sc f1J system. It would provide for the comfort of board, would consolidate the machinery which ga^e wj trout to the Board of Trade, and demand similar gj of qualification from those engaged in the home tMej, were required from those going abroad. It would als°.^ tempt to arrange a system for promoting the saving of from shipwreck. It would refer to the light dues (^V under recent legislation had been diminished one-f would provide for taking nautical observations, an ejjjf nautical education, and would, lastly, deal with paS tolls. PARLIAMENTARY OATHS. M Mr. Wilson gave notice that on Monday it would moved thr.t the house do resolve itself into committee the purpose of considering the oaths taken by member3 that house. The General Committee on Elections was then .p nated, and the house adjourned at half-past eight o'd0 MONDAY. it" Lord J. Russell, in moving that the house do resolve1^ n into a committee to consider the oaths of allegiance, II' macv, and abjuration, and the oath taken by Roman If lies, observed that his object was to induce the h?tl1 consider generally these oaths, with a view to | one oath, which should be as simple and intelligible a3 ble, and should bind the taker of the oath only to could engage to perform, instead of his being made sot; almost of profanation, by committing himself to objects ° of which were no longer applicable to the present tim0, J The motion was carried, and the House went iu^o | mittee, when leave was given to bring in the Bill. ] II There was no important public business transacted w Tuesday. TUESDAY.. J' The Speaker took the chair shortly before four PRIVATE BILLS. # A large number of private bills were introduced bY Brotherton, and read a first time. gØtP The Newport Improvement, Shrewsbury and j Railway, Shrewsbury and Hereford Railway (stH Swansea Vale Railway, Towy Vale Railway, and Bills, were read a second time and ordered to be coIJloV WEDNESDAY.$$ Sir W. Heathcote took the'oaths and his seat for versity of Oxford, in the room of Sir H. R. Inglis* resigned. ° pi Petitions were presented against the duty on fir" ranee. yf Mr Hudson, in reference to charges made against the Fives and other authorities, of having stated ) had bnbed members of the Honourable House of Cot>f{rof { said that like all the charges which that newspaper h time to time preferred against him, it was either s without foundation or admitted of an explanatiou/^ r^?0t .dwhonoui ably upon himself- A i°\ fwv1I inquiry which the hon. V/1 n hixtorv f nay> he called upon the house i0 pif his history from the cradle up to the present time> LtK mni antf n Uf was unworthy of A ( his seat in P™?11 honour, he would at once take 1 a strio+i i arliament, so conscious was he of having P I 10:'0lu'able and straitforward course tbro^oJW tf snoeowt C?rreer- (Hear, hear.) In the com S3 of » n Z.' pbeHon. Member frequently shed tears. i i,, ei-tain Savings Banks Returns having been orJer^i ^■axes Amendment Bill was consi^^tf.. ended, aud ordered to be read a third time to nipr jjcr the other orders were then disposed of, and tbe h adjourned.. N e CARDIFF. BUTE DOCKS.—We understand that the congregation who worship at the iron church in *b J locality, have lost the services of a most useful th minister, the Rev. John Harris, who. has recently fj his appointment as the officiating clergyman. The f n tleman, during his residence in Cardiff, by his c°u: unwearied endeavours in spreading spiritual amongst the seamen in the port, has gained universe' from all parties, and who now deeply regret his » j from amongst them. Mr. Harris has left Cardiff*, jj) i successor has not yet been appointed. A testimoni'H' F form of a magnificent Bible, is about to be present0 | former gentleman. g f TAFF VALE RAILWAY. 4 | Traffic for week ending Feb. 4th, 1854. £ dØ 1 xrV$> ■ DESTRUCTION OF THE ENGLISH HOWARD, AT SINOPE. 1\ftlOo¡¡tlJ, The following is a copy of a letter posted on 1L ter Exchange, on Monday, addressed to Messr8* Nash, of Liverpool, from the Foreign-office :— a of BP GENTLEMEN,—In acknowledging the recelWrllj letter of the 9th instant, upon the subject of the cte MM. of the English vessel Howard, at Sinope, I jjjis b?a ,j0*W the Earl of Clarendon, to acquaint you that jje -n communication with the owners of that vessel) 1 yet in possession of all the facts that must have oco jjiJR case. The attention of the Board of Admi1'8, • &s gl3 *18 called to the necessity of taking such ii>easvn'e,s. vegS M stances may admit of, for the protection of Brl H the Black Sea, "I am, &c. Newport, Friday, February I*}' printed and Purlished for the Propri0'I 'jn the n0'f§^ DOWLING, of Mount Pleasant, Hill"8^6 1\ of St. Woolos, in the MERLIN General situate in Com-street, at the Borough, 1 WILLIAM CHRISTOPHERS, 7, ^0D I in the said borough. m t