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I THE PRINCE OF WALES IS INTENDED TO SAIL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1848, VELOV THE 13r>TE SHIP DOCK, CARDIFF. Monday, July 3 5i morn. TVcdnes. „ a 6| mom. Vriday, 1 8 Biorn. Mondav, „ 10 1<U morn. ■Wediies. „ 12 12| after. Friday, „ U 2 after. I. 41 morii. "VVednes. „ 19 54 morn. Friday, „ 21 7 morn. Monday, „ 9* morn. "VVednes. „ 26 12 morn. Friday, „ 28 2* alter. Monday, „ .31 »4J morn. FROM CUMBERI,AND BASIN, BR.ISTOL. Saturday, July 1 *5! morn. Tuesday, 4. 7* morn. Thursday, „ 6 9 morn. Saturday, S .IO morn. Tuesday, 11 1- after. Thursday, 13 3$after. Saturday, „ 15 *5 morn. Tuesday, I -61- morn. Thursday, „ 20 S morn. Saturday, „ 22 91 morn. Tuesday, 25 12J after. Thursday „ 27 3 after. Saturday „ 29 5 morn. To and fro from Cardiff-J uly 17th. To and fro from Bris- tol—July 1st, 15th, and 18th. Fares—Cabin, 5s. Deck, 3s. Reduced fares—After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin., 2s. Children, kalf-price. t Further information as to freight, &c., will be readily obtained by applying to A. Kingston, agent, at the Packet-office, Bute Docks, Cardiff; or to E. T. Turner, agent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from both warehouses to the packets, at the expense of the companies. Steam Communication letioeen NEATH and BRISTOL. THE FINE NEW IRON SCREW STEAMER, NEATH ABBEY, CS11' GO Horse power, JOHN WILLIAMS, COMMANDER, \THLL take in goods on the Back on Tuesdays and Fridays, Y and is intended to sail as follows during the month of July, 1818, wind, weather, and water permitting, with liberty to tow. Fit CM" NEATII. Monday, July 3 7 morn Thursday, „ 6 9 morn Monday, „ 10 1 after Thursday 13 4 morn Monday 17 7 even Thursday 20 8 inorn Monday 21 11 morn Thursday 7 3 morn Monday Y 31 61 morn FROM BATIIURST BASIN, BRISTOL. Saturday, July 1 6 morn Wednesclay" 5 9 morn Friday, 7 10 night Wednesday 12 24- morn Saturday 15 5 morn Wednesday 19 8 morn Saturday „ 22 10 morn Tuesday „ 25 12|night Saturday 29 5 mom Passengers taken on board at Briton-ferry, if near the Itock- fcouse, fifteen minutes after the advertised time of leaving Neath. Passengers from Neath landed at Clevedon, and from Bristol at tlio Mumbles (weather permitting), if required. FAtES :—Best cabin, 7s. 6d. second cabin, 4s.; children under twelve years of age, half fare. Horses, 12s. fid. cattle, 7s. 6d. dogs, 2s. pigs, Is. 6cl. sheep, Is. gigs, 12s,; phaetons, 15s. carriages, 25s. Live stock shipped and landed at risk of the owner. Passengers from Neath to Briton-ferry, 6d. each, landing included. No fees to steward or stewardess. Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges. Agents—Thomas and Son, Back, Bristol; A. H. Buckett, Neath. July, 1843. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN BRISTOL, SWANSEA, ILFRACOMBE, and TENBY. THE POWERFUL STEAMERS, *1 Vx LORD BERESFORD, Hubert Davis. Commander, AND BRISTOL, M tthew Jones, Junior, Commander, 4 RE intended to sail as follows, during the month. July, 1848, wind and weather permitting. FROM BRISTOL. Lord Berosfoid, Thursday and Satur- day. Bristol, Wednesday. Saturday, July 1 7 mom "^educs. „ 5 SJuiom ■Thursday „ G H morn -Siturdjiy, „ -\S 11 mom ) n'ednes. „ 12 2i m:>rn .Thursday, 13 Illf)rn Saturday, „ 15 <> morn Weûncs;" IS 74 morn Thuradav, „ 2-> S j morn Saturday, 22 10$,morn ^ttdnesfc 26 'H morn Thursday, „ 27. 3.J-morn ■Saturday, 2J 6 morn *Wedues. Aug 2 .V. S morn PROM SWANSEA. Lord Beresford, Tuesday and Friday. Bristol, Monday. Monday, July 3 8} morn Tuesday, 4. 9 morn Friday, 7 ]oj morn Monday, „ 10 li ■mom Tuesday, 11 2 mom Friday, 5! morn. Monday, 17 mom Tuesday, 18 8" mom Friday, ,,21. 10 mon Monday, ,,21.12 noon Tuesday, 25 1 mor, Friday, 28 5 morn Monday, „ 31 H mon; REDUCED FARES between Bristol and Swansea, Passen- gers from Swansea lauded at Clevedon if required. PA cabiilflOs.—fore cabin, 5s.-chil(Iren under twelve Years of age, half-fare—sheep, Is —lambs, 9d.—horses, 17s. 6d.— tut cattle, ids.—store -ditto, 8.cow and calf, 10s.-dogs, 2s. 6d. "^rpigs, Is. 6J.-—fit pigs, Is. 9-d.—gigs, 16s.-phooton, 21s. Od.-car- nages, 32s. 6d.—steward's fee, best cabin. Is. SWANSE-K. TO ILFP.ACOMBTS. Wd Beresford, Monday. Bristol, Friday. ^fonday, July 3 5 morn •Mdayj 7 8J morn •Monday, 10 1 morn j-riday, „ 14 SJ mont ^Onday, „ 17. 4} mom 'ftytfeiyj 21 7J morn ■*Iunday, 24 llj morn Friday, 2S 4 3 morn ILFRACOMBE. TO SWANSEA. Lord Beresford, Monday. Bristol, Friday. Monday, July 3 4 after Friday, 7. aftei- Monday, „ 10 5 niorii Friday, 14 1J after Monday, 17 ••• H nftci Friday, „ 21 5$after Monday, „ 24 3.4 aftei Friday, 2S I after < .REDUCED u'.VUES petwee Swansea and Ilfracombe. FARES :—Best cabin, 8s.—deck.5s. To and fro same day, cabin, IN. :-fore cabin, 8s.—children under twelve years of age, half-fai\ "t-i'arriage, 30s.—phscton, 25s.— gig, 15s.—horses, I7s. 6d. each— 2.C8;1.—pigs, Is. 9d.— sheep, Is.—lambs, 9d.—fat cattle, IDs. "T^tore ditto, 8s.—cow and calf, 10$. Goods, packages, parcels, I1 j'0-forwarded to.all parts without delay. Steward's fees for ladies I frentleaien. Is. each—children and servants. 6d. J SWANSEA TO TENBY. BRISTOL. J^'irsday, July 6 8 morn I ^flUrstlay, „13 .3 rubra Thursday, 6J morn Thursday, 27 3 morn FROM TENBY TO SWANSEA. BRISTOL. Thursday, July 6 4 after Thursday, „ 13 .12 £ after Thursday, „ 20 .4 after Thursday. „ 27 ,12 noon FARES :—After cabin, 8s.—fore cabin, '1s.-steward's fee, Is. "i B. Parti,s wishing to group for an excursion to Tenby can a ticket for twelve persons, by applying to the agents, or to ^aptaiu M. Jones, Jun., on board—after cabin to and fro, £ 4 16s. -,Ore cabin, to and fro, £ 3—steward's fee, 6s. N.B. The Bristol will discharge and take in goods every Tues- on the Grove. Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges. ^Agents—John Barber, 24, New King-street, Bath—J. W. ^ockett, Swansea—J. Martin, Britannia Hotel, Ilfracombe—W. vC0ty, Fortescue Arms, Barnstaple—G. Morris, White Hart, ■Pliiliopsgate-street, London—and W. Bower, White Lion, Tenby. All letters seeking information to be post-paid. All goods, ^kages, parcels, &c., will be forwarded to all parts without delay, addressed to E. T. Turner, agent, Steam Packet office, 12, "^ay-street, Bristol. 1- IMPORTANT SALE OF LINEN AND WOOLLEN I D RAPEP. Y. DANIEL JOTHAM, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF, \jl77LL commence SELLING OFF on SATURDAY, June }}( 24th, 1848 (to-morrow),the whole of his extensive and valu- v?'e STOCK of Drapery and Hosiery, Haberdashery, Bonnets, ftts, and Caps, Ready-made Clothes, &c., at an enormous amount sacrificed in the Stock, will enable D. Jothamto to the public the most extraordinary bargains ever offered jj. town of Cardiff, in.order to clear the whole-'before entering f a »ew premises. Every article will be marked in plain figures, I TL10 a^atement made afterwards. I shop will be opoue4 every,:morning at 9 o'clock} until the J i« disposed of. I HEALTH AND COMFORT. KENWAY'S WATERPROOF FOR BOOTS SEOES. THIS COMPOSITION is the very best WATERPROOF ever brought before the public, and is particularly recommended to sportsmen, farmers, gardeners, &c., as the boots and shoes, when prepared with it, will resist all wet, even snow, and will last three times as long as any others! Sold in Bottles, at Is. Cd. each, by all agents throughout the United Kingdom. l«ggf Full directions for use will be found on each bottle. N.B. Boots and shoes, when thus prepared, will take as good, if not a better polish than before. J. B, HOPKINS, Sole Agent for Cardiff. A SUPPLY OF PRIME AMERICAN HAMS, At Id* per pound, R. DAVIES, GROCER, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF, T) EGS to return his best thanks to his Friends and the Public 1 ) generally, for the very liberal Support he has experienced during the six years he has resided in the town. R. D. begs also to announce to Families and others in Cardiff and its vicinity, that he has connected tlw GENERAL PROVISION TRADE next door to the GROCERY, and trusts from the Quality and Prices in each Department to merit a continuance of their favours. JUST OPENED, THE LONDON HAT EMPORIUM, 22, IIIGII-STREET CARDIFF, FOR THE SALE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HATS AND CAPS OF THE MODERN STYLES, COMBINED WITH THE VERY BEST QUALITY JOHN WILLIADIS. JOEL RESPECTFU LL Y calls the atten- tion of the inhabitants of Cardiff and the surrounding country to his ex- tensive and well selected stock of HATS, CAPS, &c., having purchased the same in the first London houses under very advantageous circumstances, wing to the very depressed state of rade in the manufacturing districts, he is enabled to offer goods of the first style and quality at astonishing low prices. Ventilating Hats of various prices highly recommended for warm Weather. An Extensive Stock qf Cloth Caps, Leather IIat Cases, and Carpet Bac/s J. W. begs to inform the public generally that it will be his study to keep such qualities only as may ensure their patronage and support. THE LOWEST PRICE ASKED FOR EVERY ARTICLE. r4, OBSEIR V-E !-East Side of the Toion-Ilall TO CAPTAINS AND OTHERS FREQUENTING THE PORT OF CARDIFF. J. T. BARRY, WATCHMAKER, 6, DUKE STREET, HAVING Erectcd an OBSERVATORY, furnished with a Superior TRANSIT INSTRUMENT, also engaged an experienced and competent Instrument Maker to work on the premises, is in a position to undertake the Repairing and tating Chronometers, and the Repairs of all kinds of Nautical, Mathematical, Optical and other Instruments, in a superior manner, thereby obviating the necessity for sending them to Bristol, London, or elsewhere, as heretofore. Nautical, Mathematical, Optical, and other Instruments for sale. J. T. B. avails himself of this opportunity for thanking his 0 tumerous- supporters for their liberal patronage, and will con- stantly make is his study to merit their continued favours. The Stock of English and Foreign Clocks, Watches, Jewel-?, lery, and Fancy Goods is continually receiving additions care fully selected from the various manufacturers, and of the newest designs. Repairs in all its branches carefully executed. Eight-day Dials, from 1:3 5s, Eight-day Clocks with Maho- gany Cases, from £4 5s. HENRY CRANT, OPTICIAN, WORKING JEWELLER, SIL FT, TIT, WATCHMAKER, B EGS to inform the nobility, gentry, clergy, and other inha- bitants of Cardiff and neighbourhood, that he has REMOVED from Angel-street to more commodious premises at No. 24, DUKE- SIRE ET—immediately opposite the Guardian newspaper office— vheie he trusts to receive a continuance of those favours which his friends and the public generally have hitherto conferred upon him. His arrangements, are not yet quite completed; but in the course of a very short time he hopes to have the gratification of •ailing public attention to an entirely new and elegant stock of Jewellery, Plate, Watches, Clocks, Optical, Nautical, Mathema- tical Instruments, &c., &e. Cardiff, June 16th, 1818. BOOK-KEEPING., OBERT PHILLIPS begs respectfully to inform the trades- 1-k men and public generally, that at the solicitation of several of his friends, he is induced to commence as PUBLIC ACCOUNT- ANT, WRITER, &c. Having been brought up to the business, and holding the highest testimonials as to ability and integrity, he assures those who may favour him with their commands, that they may rely on the strictest privacy and dispatch. Tradesmen's books made up, posted, &c., at a reasonable sum per annum. Office, 37, Bridge-street, Cardiff. MR. M. S. O'RQURKE BEGS respectfully to nnnounce to the nobility, clergy, and gentry, of Glamorganshire, Monmouthshire, and the adjoin- ing counties, that, encouraged by kind proffers of support, he has been induced to OPEN OFFICES for the practice of his profes- sion as a CIVIL ENGINEER, LAND AND MINERAL SURVEYOR, VAL TIER, AND GENERAL A GENT, The extended and varied opportunities which Mr. O'R. has had of acquiring a competent knowledge of his business, and his close attention to its branches for upwards of fifteen years, inspire him with confidence in being enabled efficiently to discharge any pro- fessional duties which may be confided to his care. <> Mr. O'R. is in possession of numerous credentials from persons of high station and scientific knowledge, bearing favourable testi- mony to his assiduity, zeal, and ability, in matters where his ser- vices as an engineer and surveyor have been engaged. Communications addressed to 1, Charles-street, Cardiff, shall have prompt attention. July 10th, 1848. TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, TWO respectable YOUNG MEV, who have been used to the Welsh trade andean speak the language; some experienced in. London:, would be prefcired. Apply to F. Ablett^Lioii.ILou8 3, Jlerthyr. t.j. TO, BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. THOMAS DAVIES, At the house of Mrs. Mary Morgan, known by the name or sign of the Butcher's Arms, situate at Newbridge, in the county of Glamorgan, on Wednesday, the 2nd day of August next, at six o'clock in the afternoon (by order of the assignee of the estate and effects of William Hopkins, an insolvent debtor), THE insolvent's estate and interest of and in all that FREE- L HOLD MESSUAGE or tenement, smith's shop and premises, with other buildings in progress of erection, together with about half an acre of land, more or less, originally forming part of Coed Penmaen common, situate at TRALLWN, in the parish of Eg- lwysvlan, in the county of Glamorgan bounded on the east by the Merthyr road, and on the west, by the Glamorganshire Canal and having a part of the parish.road. passing through the said land. For further particulars, apply to William Price, Esq., Porthy- glo, near Newbridge (the assignee of the said insolvent's estate); or to Messrs. Short and Strickland, solicitors, All Saints Court, Bristol. WATCHER, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, &c. ,><.r, WILLIAM JONES, Opposite the Castle Hotel, Merthyr, and Castle-street, Tredegar, a AS determined to sell the above articles as low as the adver- tising shops the other side of the Severn, as the following list show ALL WARRANTED TO PERFORM CORRECTLY. £ S. d. Detached Lever, with maintaining power, and jewelled 4 0 0 Do. to mark seconds and capped 4 15 0 Silverdialdo. 5 5 0 Best finish do. 5 15 0 Do. jewelled in four holes 6 0 0 Do. with silver dial 6 10 0 Vertical movement with gold dial and case 8 0 0 Do. double back 10 0 0 Bestlevermovementdo. 12 0 0 Eight-day clock in mahogany polished case 3 15 0 Do. with 13 inch dumb arch dial, canted case do 5 10 0 Do. in full column c ise, day of month hand. 6 10 0 30-hour clock in oak case 4 5 0 Eight-day spring clock 3 0 0 Do. with" glass to show pendulum 3 5 0 Do. inlaid with pearl 3 15 0 Second-hand watches in silver cases, fro-,ii 0 10 0 Curb pattern gold guard, to weigh three sovereigns 3 0 0 Ditto do. to weigh four sovereigns 3 19 0 Fancy patterns 10s. extra Lady's coloured gold neck chains, from 5 10 0 London and Birmingham best jewellery, in fancy rings, brooches pins, seals and keys, &c., at a small advance on the manufacturers' prices. Fancy goods, cutlery, &c., considerably under former charges. Gold, Silver, Shell, and other framed Pebble Spectacles, to suit all sights and eyes. Well-seasoned home-made HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FEATHER and MILPUFF BEDS, MATTRASSES, &c., ØK- tremely cheap. READY MONEY NO ABATEMENT. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. FOURTH CALL OF El PER SHARE, MAKING X5 CALLED UP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Directors have passed a resolution, making a further call of £ 1 per share on the New Ten Pound Shares in this undertaking and the proprie- tors of such Shares are hereby required to pay the said call on or before Saturday, the 22nd day of July, 1848, to any of the under- mentioned bankers:- Messrs. Glyn, Haliifax, Mills, and Co., London West of England and South Wales District Bank, Bristol Do Cardiff Do Newport Do Merthyr And in default thereof the proprietors will be charged interest at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum from the above date until the said call be actually paid. No, share can be transferred till this call is paid. The Company continue to receive payments in anticipation of calls, allowing £ 5 per cent. per annum thereon. E. KENWAY, Secretary. Cardiff, June 27th, 1848. SOUTH WALES RAILWAY. Sixth Call, £ 5 per share, making X28 paid. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that, pursuant to a resolution of the board of directors, the proprietors of shares in this company are required to pay the SEVENTH INSTALMENT of £5 per share, on or before the 16th of August next, to any of the under-mentioned tankers :— L.ondoii-)Iessi-s.. Glyn, Halifax, Mills, and Co. Liverpool—The Bank of Liverpool Manchester—Messrs. Jones Loyd and Co. Gloucester—The Gloucestershire Banking Company Bristol and Exeter—The West of England and South Wales Bank Cardiff-The National Provincial Bank of England Carmarthen—Messrs. David Morris and Sons Swansea—The Glamorganshire Banking Company All ealls not paid on or before the 16th August next will be charged with interest, at the rate of 5 per cent, per in and no interest shall be payable to any proprietor upon any amou ts which he may have paid up, or which may have been paid up on any shares, so long as any call shall remain unpaid upon any shades held by him. By order, N. ARMSTRONG, Secretary. South Wales Railway Office, 449, West Strand, London July 12, 1848. J publications. This day, in a ■wrapper, Price od. "fpAKE CARE OF THE BABY!" WHAT DO YOU L MEAN BY IT?" "HOW STATE-PAY WORKS "ECCLESIASTICAL PROPERTY—TO WHOM DOES IT BELONG?" "THE TITHE SYSTEM." And seventeen other popular tracts on the Separation of Church and State. Also, Price sevenpence, in a wrapper. FOUR NEW TRACTS ON THE STATE-CHURCH. By Edward Miall, Esq., R0V. j. Burnet, J. H. Tillett, Esq an Rev. J. H. Hinton. 1 London 4, Crescent, Bridge-street, Blackfriars. CARICATURES. PICTURES FOR THE MILLION OF WALES. THE CELEBRATED EDUCATIONAL ESPIONAGE. LITHOGRAPHIC DRAWINGS, with letter-press, illustrative of the beginning of a Government scheme of Education for Wales. THE subjects are, I. THE ORIGIN- or THE COMMITTKE OF COUNCIL. II. TIJU CHARGE TO THE SPIES. III. SY- MONS AND THE SCHOOLS. IV. EXHIBITION OF THE WOLF, V. QUALIFICATION OF WITNESSES. VI. EVIDENCE GIVEN. VII. THE UNLUCKY VISIT. VIII. THE "CAR" AFFAIR. IX. AltTEGALL, OIL WHIPPING THE BOYS. The first four, are on separate sheets, and are now ready, price 2d. each. The five other subjects arc on two double sheets, atid will be out by the end of July; price 2¿d each sheet. To be had at G men, 62, Paternostei-row, Lrmdon; .offices of the Y, ai id 4the W elshPeriodicals." &-c. h PRINCE'S HEAD AND CAMBRIAN HOUSE, JVELSH BACK, BRISTOL. L. PUMMELL, (WIDOW OF THE LATE MR. W. PUMMELL,) BEGS to return her grateful acknowledgments to those friends and the public, who have so liberally encouraged her late hus- Ile band, and trusts, by strict personal attention and moderate charges, to merit a continuance of their kind patronage and support, Well-aired beds with every accommodation.—Prime Spirits. Cider-, home-brewed Beer, Porter, &c. EIGHTEENTH MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, To be held at Swansea, Wednesday, the 9th of August, 1848. THE Nobility, Clergy, Magistrates, and all other Inhabitants of the Principality who intend to contribute to the FUND for defraying the expenses of RECEIVING the BRITISH ASSOCI- ATION, are earnestly requested to send their names to the Local Treasurer, Mr. J. G. JEFFREYS, Swansea, or to the Secretary thf the Finance Committee, Mr. J. JENKINS, 5C. 'Wind-street, Swan- sea, in order that the arrangements may be forthwith completed." The following Persons have already announced their intention of subscribing the everal amounts placed opposite their names -.— J. H. Vivian, Esq., Singleton 1:100 00 C. R. M. Tablot, Esq., Margam 100 0 0 The Mayor of Swansea, Parkwern 50 00 J. D. Llewelyn, Esq., Penjlergare 50 0 0 L. W. -Dillwyn, Esq., Sketty Hall 250" Earl Cawdor 25 0 0 Howel Gwyn, Esq., Baglan House. 21 0 0 Robert Eaton, Brynymor 20 0 0 W. R. Grove, Esq., London 20 0 0 Messrs. Chambers, Llanclly House 20 0 0 The Rev. J. Trah erne, Coedriglan 20 00 Henry Thoirus, Mayor of Neath 15 0 0 N. E. Vaughan, Esq., Rheola 10 0 0 P. S. L. Grenfell, Esq., Maesteg 10 00 L. LJ. Dillwyn, Esq., Parkwern 10 0 0 Joseph Price, Esq., Glynvellen 10 0 0 T. Edw. Thomas, Esq., Glanmor 10 0 0 Thomas Grove, Esq., Danycoed 10 00 J. Gwyn Jeffreys, Esq., Norton Villa 10 0 0 Matthew Moggridge, Esq., the Willows 10 0 t The Bishop of St. David's, Abergwilly Palace. 10 0 0 Evan Morgan, Esq., St. Helen's 10 0 0 Starling Benson, Esq., Gloucester-place 10 The Dean of Llandaff 10 0 0 Messrs. Calland, Upper Forest 10 0 0 Lady Mary Coie, Lanelay 5 0 0 Thomas Walters, Esq., Picton-place 5 0 0 Messrs. Rolls and Hoare, Swansea 5 0 0 J. P. Budd, Esq., Ystalyfera 5 0 0 Henry Bath, Esq 5 0 0 The Bishop of Llandaff, Hardwicke House 5 0 0 J. D. Berrington, Esq., Woodlands 5 0 0, O. G. Williams, Esq., Swansea 5 0 f) B. Hill, Esq., Fountain Hall 5 0 0 The Rev. George Thomas, Llandaff Court 5 0 0 Florence J. Benson, Esq., London 5 0 U Richaal H/Miers, Esq., Ynispenllwch 5 0 0 The Rev, S, Da vies, The Grange 5 0 0 Iltid Thomas, Esq., Hill I-louse 5 0 0 M. J. Michael, Esq., Picton-place 5 0 0 Captain Wm. Jones, Glanbrane 5 0 0 R. D. Gough, Esq., Yniscedwin 5 0 0 John Richardson, Esq., Cam brian-pi ace 5 0 0 J. Bruce Price, Esq., Dyffryn, Cardiff 5 0 0 Sums under E,5 68 00 A complete list of subscribers will be found in the Reception- room, Library of the Royal Institution. By order of the Finance Committee, JNO. JENKINS, Hon. Sc crtarv. July 4th, 1848. TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION, Merchants, Bankers, and all whu are desirous of obtaining a good Pen, that will write freely. MESSRS. B. F. LLOYD AND CO. BEG to recommend their TRIPLE POINTED ELECTRO PLATBD STEEL PENS, which combine all the freedom and elasticity of the best quills, with the regularity and equality of steel; the massive coating of sterling silver gives these pens a very elegant appearance, preserves them from corrosion in any clim.'te, and causes the ink to flow more freely than from any pen that nas been yet offered to the public a single trial will prove their superiority over all others, and one pen is warranted to last as long as twelve of the best steel peas now in use. Sold, wholesale only, by B. F. LLOYD AND Co., Wholesale Manufacturing Stationers, Edinburgh, and may be had from ail booksellers and stationers in the kingdom. Price Is. per dozen. JOHN KAYE'S PILLS, demonstrated to be the best familv and general medicine in use. The triumphs of this medicine in conquering disease are truly wonderful. There is scarcely, a town, hamlet, or village in the United Kingdom, in which there are not families who bear willing testimony to the surprising effi- cacy of WORSDELL'S VEGETABLE RESTORATIVE PILLS, prepared by John Kaye, Esq., of Dalton Hall, near Had- dersiieid. Nothing can be more adapted to family use than these pills. Being warranted free from mercurial, antimonial, or other mineral substances, they may be taken with perfect safety, alike by the infant and the adult. Their peculiar excellence consists jn their blood-purifyiag effects. When taken into the system, they remove obstructions, and cause the fluids to flow in their natural order. They free the stomach from crudities and vitiated secretions and, consequently, aid digestion, and relieve the head from opprcs- siveness. Perfectly assimilating with that vital principle, the blood a war of extermination is commenced against everything destructive to health hence the wonderful cures, hundreds of which hare beta publicly recorded, of boils, sores, ulcers, scurvy, scrofula, and all cutaneous diseases. And, at the same time that this medicine ope- rates thus externally, a most important work is accomplished inter- > nally. The blood being charged with a health-gjving power the liver immediately experiences its influence, and, all acrimonious bile being carried out of the system, it is enabled to perform all its functions with tone and energy. Indigestion,, flatulency, palpita- tions of the heart, nervous irritation, aud all other sy mptoms arising from the irregular action of the system, are removed in an inCl- dibly short space of time. Let Kaye's Worsdell's.pills be but fairlr tried, and it will be acknowledged that it is not possible adequately to speak of their great efficacy. Thousands upon thousands who- had long suffered cutely, avid in numberless instances given up as incurable, have been restored to that greatest of all blessings, sound health. A list recently issued contains about .three .hundred ot thi most remarkable testimonials ever published, The proprietor wishes it to be particulaily borne in mind, that while the adult members of families will find the use of these pills supersede the necessity of calling in a medical adviser, and operate as curatives, they are also invaluable as preventatives of those dis- eases to which children are subject. One or two of these piils (ac- cording to the age of the child), administered in a little jam or pre- serve, will be found effectual in suppressing fever, in clearing the- lungs, and, consequently removing coilgli; in aiding digestion, and in imparting vigour and activity to the whole constitution. CAUTION.—To prevent fraud, the Honourable the Commissioners of Stamps have ordered the words Worsdell's Pills, bv Johu Kaye," to be engraved on the Government stamp and as further protection, Mr. Kaye's arms, and a fac-simile of his signature, are printed on the directions wrapped round each box, and to imitate which is felony and the public are requested to obtain the pills from their agents. Sold in boxes at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. each. Agent for Cardiff, J. F. Arnold, Angel-street; Merthyr Tvdvil Robert Jonos, High-street; Monmouth, Wm. Jen.dns, Mourow- street; Swansea, John Sullivan, Castle-street; Carmarthen! J, T Jones, Blue-street; Haverfordwest, E. Edwards; Cardigan, Joseph Clopgher, High-street; -Neath,, Rev..Daniel Eva is; 11 Brecon. S. Humpage, High-street; and-by at least one agens in every town" throughout the kingdom,