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TO CABINET MAKERS. WANTED, A GOOD HAND.-CONSTANT T EMPLOYMENT WILL BE GIVEN. Apply to T. PUGH, Upholsterer, Furniture Broker, &c., 9, Llanarth-street, Newport. FURNITURE NEATLY REPAIRED. USK DISTRICT OF TURNPIKE ROADS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES, of this District, will be held at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on FRI- DAY, the 24th day of MARCH next, at Eleven in the Fore- noon, to Examine, Audit, and Settle the Accounts, and to Examine into the Revenues and Debts for the past Year, ending the 31st December, 1853. J". SHEPARD, CLERK. Usk, 22nd February, 1854. CHEPSTOW&ABERGAVENNY NEW ROAD. SHIRENEWTON BRANCH. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL 1> ANNUAL MEETING, of the TRUSTEES of this Branch [of Road, will be held at the TOWN HALL, in USK, on FRIDAY, the 24th day of March, 1854, at Twelve o'Clock noon, to Examine, Audit, and Settle the Accounts, and to Examine into the Revenues and Debts, for the Year ending, the 31st December, 1853. J. SHEPARD, CLERK. Usk, 22nd February, 1854. To Bakers and Confectioners. TO BE DISPOSED OF, With Possession on the 'loth of March next, AN old and well-established BUSINESS in the above line, situate opposite the Westgate Hotel, in the rapidly improving Port of Newport, Monmouthshire. From Seventeen to Twenty Sacks of Flour are consumed weekly the returns average from £ 3,000 to £3,500 per Annum, and may be very considerably increased by any active, industrious party. For particulars, and to treat, apply to Mr. H. M. PAR- TRIDGE, Auctioneer, House and Estate Agent, Stow Hill, Newport, Monmouthshire. February 15th, 1854. BANK SQUARE, NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE Is favoured with instructions from Mr. J. H. Thomas, Who is removing from the neighbourhood, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, (unreservedly), At the BANK HOUSE, Newport, some time in the month of March, THE whole of his modern and well-preserved HOUSE- JL HOLD FURNITURE, in mahogany and rosewood, excellent Gj octave Square Piano-forte, by Broadwood and Sons, China and Ware in dinner, tea, coffee, and dessert Services, Glass, in every necessary requisite, Kitchen Uten- sils, &c. Full particulars will appear in next week's papers, and in Catalogues, which will be ready for delivery one week prior to the sale, at the Auctioneer's Offices, St. Woollos House, Stow-hill. Newport, Mon., 23rd Feb., 1854. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT, Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE WILL SELL BY AUCTION, At the CARPENTERS' ARMS INN, Newport, on WEDNES- DAY, the 1st of MARCH, 1854, at Six for Seven o'Clock in the Evening precisely, (by order of the Mortgagees in trust for Sale), the following highly desirable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY:— ALL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE and SHOP, situate and being No- 1, COMMERCIAL ROAD, Newport, for many years in the occupation of the late Mr. Charles Hulin. These Premises are held by Lease from George Rees, Esq., and others, for the Residue of a Term of Sixty-seven Years (wanting Ten Days), commencing the 25th December, 1830, at the very low Ground Rent of £1 11s. 6d. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Stow Hill, Newport; or to Mr. CHARLES HASSELL, Solicitor, Bristol. N.B.-Part of the Purchase Money may remain upon Mortgage, if required. SHIRENEWTON HOUSE, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Important and unreserved Sale of a Flock of sound and healthy Sheep, Superior Horned Stock, young, sound, and useful Horses and Colts, Pigs, and a large and valuable selection of Farming Implements, (by Stratton and other eminent makers.) Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE Is instructed by John Cartwright, Esq., who has disposed of his Shirenewton Estate, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the Premises, at SHIRENEWTON HOUSE, on THURSDAY, the 23rd day of March, 1853, THE whole of his valuable and carefully-selected LIVE JL and DEAD FARMING STOCK, Implements, and Miscellaneous Effects, without reserve. The majority of the Sheep are of the Shropshire Down breed, and descended from the flocks of Messrs. Tait, of the Bache, near Ludlow, and Mr. Horton, of Harnage Grange, near Much Wenlock, Salop. The Horned Stock are pure Herefords, and the Horses young, sound, and good workers. Conveyances will be in waiting at the George hotel, Chep- stow, to convey purchasers to the sale, who may arrive by the 9.20 up, and 10.42 down trains, leaving the George punctually at 11 o'clock a.m. Refreshments will be on the table at half-past 10, the sale to commenoe at 12 at noon and the Auctioneer most respectfully solicits an early attendance, as the lots are nu- merous, and the whole must be disposed, of in one day. Descriptive catalogues will be ready for delivery 10 days prior to the sale, and may be had, GRATIS, at the principal Inns in Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, and Glamorganshire, at the place of sale, and of the Auctioneer, at his offices, St. Woollos House, Stow-hill. Newport, Monmouthshire, 23rd Feb., 1854. MONMOUTHSHIRE. SUPERIOR OAK TIMBER. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the KING'S HEAD INN, Monmouth, on SATURDAY, the 11th of March, 1854, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions FIFTY-TWO OAK TIMBER TREES, numbered with white paint from 1 to 52, standing on Hilstone Estate. The Farm Bailiff, at Hilstone, will shew the lot; and for further particulars, apply to JAMES G. GEORGE, Esq.. Solicitor, Monmouth, or to Mr. WHITE, Estate Agent, Lindors, near Coleford. HEREFORDSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. Very Superior Navy Oak Timber. Ash, Coppice Woods,, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the MONMOUTH CAP INN, in the parish of Llangua, on MONDAY, the 27th day of FEBRUARY, 1854, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions, THE following Lots of TIMBER, kc., standing on the Kentchurch Estate, viz. :— Lot 1. Ninety-five OAK TIMBER TREES, of extraordinary dimensions, standing in the Park and Bannut Tree Meadow. Lot 2. Twenty-seven ditto, standing on Llangua Great House and the Cap Farms. Lot 3. Thirty-one ditto, standing on the Lleath Farm. Lot 4. Thirty-two ditto, standing on Llancillo Court Farm. Lot 5. Eighty-one Ash and Six Wych Timber Trees, standing on Rowlstone Court Farm. Lot 6. One Hundred Ash and Eleven Wych Timber Trees, standing on Rowlstone Park Farm. All the above trees are numbered with white paint. Lot 7. .Ninety-one Ash, 24 Wych, and Six Beech Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, standing on Great and Little Corras Farms. Lot. 8. The Fallage of the upper part of the Meadows Wood, containing about Eleven Acres. Lot 9. The ditto of Crump's Wood, containing about Six Acres. JOHN WILLIAMS, the farm bailiff at Kentchurch, will show the Lots and for further particulars, apply to Mr. WHITE, Estate Agent, Lindors, near Coleford, Gloucester- ahire. MONMOUTHSHIRE. SUPERIOR OAK TIMBER, COPPICE WOODS, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. At the KING'S HEAD INN, Monmouth, on SATURDAY, the 11th day of March. 1854, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions :— LOT 1. The Fallage of a Coppice Wood, situated on the Lone Farm, in the parish of Penalt, containing about Two Acres together with forty-five Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint; and one Elm, two Sycamore and sixty-two Oak Stores, crossed with red paint, standing in the said wood and on lands adjoining, in the occupation of Mr. William Gunter and Thomas Beard. LOT 2. The Foliage of Two Brakes, situated on the Cwm Estate, in the parish of Cwincarvan, together with thirty-eight Oak and sixteen Ash Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, and one hundred and twelve Oak, forty Ash, and ten Beech Stores, crossed with a scribe, standing on the same estate. LOT 3. Eighty-five Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint from 1 to 85. and seventy-seven Oak Stores, crossed with a J6' Ending on Wernheir Farm, in the parish of Llan- baddock, and Hamlet of Glascoed, near Usk q- LOT 4. f Oak Timber Trees, numbered with red paint, rom »fc to 153 both inclusive, standing on the Brin Farm m the hamlet of Glascoed, aforesaid. prober Trees, numbered with red paint, ,54 to 204, both inclusive, and. fourteen Oak Stores, • i YVJ1 a1f^n^e» standing on Pentwyn Farm, in the parrwh of Mamhilad, near Pontypool. K.T"fant8Af thr Farms will cause the lots to f°r further particulars, apply to JAMES G. Monmouth, or to Mr. WHITE /Efltate Agent, Lindors, near Coleford. CAERLICKEN ESTATES, PARISH OF KEMEYS INFERIOR, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Extensive Sale of superior Farming Stock, Implements of Husbandry, Household Fur- niture, &c. Messrs. CORNELIUS EVANS$SON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On the Premises, at Caerlicken, on MONDAY, the 27th of February, 1854, the whole of the valuable FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, And other Effects, of Mr. Joseph Phelps, who has disposed of this Estate. THE Stock comprises thirty two-years-old prime fat JL wethers, forty-eight fat yearling do., sixty-four breed- ing ewes, in yean, thirty-two yearling ewes, three ram lambs, one yearling do. The sheep, which are of the Lei- cester and Cotswold breeds, are perfectly sound and healthy, and will be found to be eminently worthy the attention of purchasers. Five excellent milch cows, with calves, one ditto, to calve early, three three-years-old heifers, in calf, one fat cow, three two-years-old steers, three two-years-old heifers, one three-years-old baiTen heifer, four yearling steers, three yearling heifers, capital two-years-old Hereford bull, bred by Mr. Keene, of Pencreeg. The whole of the cattle are of the pure Hereford breed, and are not to be sur- passed for condition and symmetry. Six young and useful cart horses, hackney mare, in foal, useful for saddle or harness, five-years-old, hackney mares, ditto, two-vears-old cart colt, yearling colt, three-years-old nag pony, very useful roadster, two-years-old colt, by "Gaper," five-years-old chesnut filly, by "Gaper," two sows, in farrow, four store plgi. Broad-wheel waggon, narrow-wheel do., four broad-wheel carts, one narrow-wheel do., three iron ploughs and Batti- kin's, nearly new, five wood ploughs, pair of heavy drags, three pair wood harrows, one pair iron do., two wood rollers, quite new, three-pipe wheat drill, two turnip drills, two winnowing machines, turnip cutter, wheelbarrows, bushel measure and strike, four horse power threshing machine, waggon ropes, 4doz. hurdles, 2 sheep racks, 8 sheep and other troughs, two ladders, chaff machine, five sets long harness, three sets short do., three sets of G.O. do., blacksmith's bellows, anvil, and vice, two iron furnaces, cow ties and timber chains, seed machine, corn screen, seed Hft and straps, turnip scuffler, saddle and side-saddle, about sixty tons of Swedes, to go off by the 25th of March, about five acres of turnips, to go off, about 25 tons of well-ended prime hay, to go off, twelve tons clover, half a rick of oats, a few tons of straw, in boltings, all to go off, a quantity of wheelwright's timber, several tons of excellent building stones, dairy and brewing utensils, salting stones, beams, scales, and weights, two flour bins, about 2,000 gallons of prime cider and perry, a lot of empty hogsheads, seven flitches of excellent home- cured bacon, six bacon hams, &c., &c. The Furniture consists of six tent and other bedsteads, mahogany and walnut dining and other tables, sofa, mahogany sideboard, fenders and fire irons, carpet and rug, chairs, double barrelled gun, corner cupboard, glass bottles and jars, and a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. Luncheon will be on the tables at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, and the sale will commence at Eleven precisely, M it is intended to sell the whole in one day. A punctual attendance, is respectfully solicited. Caerlicken is situate about six miles from Newport, ten from Chepstow, and three from the Magor Station of the South Wales Railway. Auctioneer's Offices, 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook House, Llantarnam, February 14th, 1854. TO BE SOLD, TWO Large LIGHTERS or BARGES, well adapted for t the Newport or Bristol Rivers. One of the Vessels is quite New. Applications to be made at the Newport Dock Office, be- tween the Hours of Twelve and Two o'Clock. TOWN OF MONMOUTH. ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. C. BURTON, At the KING'S HEAD HOTEL, Monmouth, on TUESDAY, the 28th day of March, 1854, at One o'clock precisely, unless disposed of in .the meantime by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given, subject to such conditions as will then be produced, Lot 1. ALL that desirable and substantially-built RESIDENCE, now in the occupation of Mr. John Woollett, sur- geon, situate near the centre of the town, having a frontage towards the Shire-hall of 94 feet, with the offices, a spacious garden enclosed within brick walls, four-stalled stable, coach-house, and court-yard. The House comprises on the ground floor an entrance-hall, dining:room, parlour, surgery, two kitchens, two parlours, and a china closet; on the first floor, six bedrooms; on the second floor, four bedrooms — together with the excellent and roomy MALTHOUSE ad- joining thereto, which has a frontage to Glendower-street of 64 feet, and being 19 feet deep towards Agincourt- square, or the north-west front thereof: it is brick-built, has three substantial oak and brotted floors, a barley and dry-malt room, good kiln, cistern and pump of excellent water, and is now in the occupation of Mr. Charles Herbert. N.B. There is a seat in St. Mary's Church attached to the house. Lot 2. All that genteel RESIDENCE, now in the occupation of I Mrs. Griffiths, situate in Glendower-street, comprising, on the basement floor, an excellent cellar; on the ground floor, a drawing-room, parlour, office, two kitchens, pantry, and knife-room six bedrooms on the chamber floor, and two good attics together with a four-stalled stable, and corn- loft over a large-sized enclosed garden, stable, yard, and other convenient offices. There is a pump of spring water, and a large reservoir, with pump, for soft water, on the premises. The House and Premises have a frontage of 86 feet to Glendower-street, running nearly parallel to a depth of 120 feet at the least. The Premises may be viewed on application to the re- spective occupiers; and further particulars obtained of the Auctioneer, Monmouth, or of Mr. WOOLLETT, solicitor, at his offices, Council-house, Newpert. SHIP LANE, REDCLIFF HILL, BRISTOL. To Gentlemen, Commercial Gents., Omnibus and Fly Pro- prietors, Livery Stable Keepers, and others. Mr. FREDERICK MILES WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On the Premises, SHIP LANE YARD, situate in Ship-lane, near Redcliff Church, Bristol, on THURSDAY, March 2nd, 1854, a variety of NEW and second-hand OMNIBUSSES, FLYS, PHAE- TONS, GIGS, WHITECHAPEL, and other VE- HICLES and TRAPS, the property of Mr. WM. TROTT, Coachmaker, Bristol, who is lowering his Stock, with the view of taking a partner in the above business. The whole will be on view on the day previous to the Sale, which will commence precisely at Eleven for Twelve o'clock at Noon. No. 10, Redcliff Hill, Bristol. TO BE LET, A PUBLIC HOUSE, situate in the principal thorough- fare, Newport. Rent and in-coming moderate. Apply to Mrs. O'HARE, Bookseller, Llanarth-street. A FARM TO BE LET, Called LLANARAVON," in the Parish of Llanvrechva Lower, BETWEEN Newport and Pontypool, and adjoining the Turnpike Road, containing 201A. 2B. 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. PENHOW. TO BE LET, And Entered upon at Lady Day next, AN ornamental COTTAGE, in the above picturesque village; consisting of two sitting-rooms on the ground floor, kitchen and scullery, four bedrooms on the first noor also two stalled stable, with hay loft over, gig hous6, and pig sties good orchard and garden. The cottage is situated midway between Newport and Chepstow, close to the turnpike-road, and within half a mile of Penhow Church. For terms and particulars, apply to Mr. EDMUND CHAPP DUTFIELD, at Penhow Castle Farm, who will shew, the premises. WANTED, by a party in the country, to be regularly supplied with Newport or Cardiff COA333. Address to L. Y. Bristol Post Office. INLAND REVENUE. MR. CHARLES E. MATHEWS, Grocer, High-street, Merthyr, has paid to the Hon. the Commissioners of Inland Revenue, a compromise fine of Five Pounds, for having sold a mixture of Chicory and Coffee, improperly labelled. Inland Revenue Office, Merthyr, 17th Feb., 1854. MR. HENRY SHEPPARD, of Commercial-street, Newport, has paid to the Commissioners of Inland Revenue, a Compromise Fine of £ 5, for having sold a mix- ture of Chicory and Coffee, improperly labelled. Magor Le Green Moor Inclosure. I JAMES PEACHY WTLLIAMS, of Albion Chambers, Bristol, in the County of Bristol, the Valuer acting in the Matter of the Inclosure of the Waste Lands, of the several Manors of Magor and Redwick, Duram and Rag- land, Magor and Green Moor, Salisbury and Magor Le Green Moor, Redwick, Undy, and Bishton, situate in the parishes of Redwick, Magor, Undy, Bishton, Willcrick, and the hamlet of Llandavenny, in St. Bride's, and the extra- parochial place called Green Moor, in the County of Mon- mouth, hereby give Notice, that I shall hold an adjourned Meeting, ou THURSDAY, the 23rd March next, at the GEORGE HOTEL, CHEPSTOW, at Eleven o'clock in the fore- noon, for the purpose of receiving Claims, in writing, from all persons claiming any Common or other Right or Interest in the said Waste Lands, and such Claims must state the several particulars in respect whereof they are made, dis- tinguishing the Claims in respect of Freehold, Copyhold, Customary, and Leasehold Property, from each other, and mentioning therein the places of abode of the respective Claimants or their Agents, at which Notices in respect of such Claims may be delivered; and I hereby give further Notice, that this is the last meeting for receiving cläimll. Given under my hand this 24th day of February, in the year of our Lord, 1854. JAMES PEACHEY WILLIAMS. I