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NEWPORT. THE gardens and orchards in this neighbourhood promise most abundantly. Never do we recollect a finer show of blossom than that of this season. The check from the late easterly winds I considered to be rather favourable than otherwise to the setting of he fruit. ACCIDENT TO THE TREDEGAR MAIL.-As the Tredegar mail was returning to Newport one day last week, in crossing the Western Valleys railroad, opposite the Tydee Works, by som^ means the wheel slipped on the plate and came off, and the coactt was consequently overturned, by which the coachman (not Walker the ordinary coachman, but an occasional substitute of the name ot Williams) was severely hurt about the head, one ear being lite- rally cut off by striking the edge of the rail in falling, and he also sustained other severe injuries, but we tIflre happy to say none of a very dangerous nature, and he is now going on favourably. No passengers were hurt. FIRE.—The town was alarmed on Saturday by a report of a fire in Cardiff-road, at the residence of Mr. Burton. The engine was in prompt attendance, but its services were happily not in ie- quisition, the tire having being got under before its arrival. It had broken out in a loft over the stable, and the damage was confined to it without injuring the house. WESTERN VALLEYS LINF,. -A new rail has been invented and patented by Mr. Crawshay Bailey. It is intended to combine the two descriptions of tram-plate and edge-rail, and it is hoped by this to get rid of the present difficulties as to the extensive working of this line. When tried it has been found to answer, and parties are sanguine as to its ultimate adoption and success. A portion has been laid on the Rhymney road. MALPAS CHU RCH,-This church, situated about a mile and a quarter from Newport, is now rapidly approaching completion, and we understand will be consecrated by our new bishop on the 29th inst. It is in the style of architecture termed Romanique, or as commonly called Anglo-Norman. It replaces a very ancient structure of similar character, and all available portions of the old building have been re-worked and made use of in the new structure. The old church of Malpas was an almost unique specimen of a Norman church, having been, with little exception, untouched by any of the late styles of Gothic, and having almost miraculously escaped churchwardenising; there is therefore a manifest pro- priety in using the same style for its restoration, or otherwise we must acknowledge no particular reverence for the uncouth, forms and semi-barbarous carvings of a by-gone age. The old portions were found in an extraordinary state of preservation, the carvings being sharp and distinct, and in many places the marks of the ancient freemason's tools, although in exposed situations, were plainly perceptible, which, considering a lapse of at least seven hundred years, shows a very uncommon care in the- selection of the stones used in erecting it. The new building is not exactly on the old foundation, and is a little larger than the old church. As a matter of taste, we certainly should have preferred- that the nave were a few feet longer, as it looks at present, rather stunted, especially in proportion to the chancel. We question much whether in very small churches a much better effect would not be produced by making no division or break between the nave and chancel in the exterior, especially as in most cases the chancel is required to be of a certain size, whatever be the proportions of the nave. The turret and spire strilie us as being too heavy and to rise too abruptly from the coping. It is, however, in spite of these deductions, a very creditable piece of architecture, and all ornament to the neighbourhood of Newport. It is from the de- sign of the diocesan architect, Mr. John Pritchard, of LtandafF, and has been built by Mr. B. James, of Newport, and the archi- tect's designs have been well and substantially, carried out by him. It has been built partly from the usual grants, and partly by private subscriptions, to which the patron, Thos. Prothero, Esq., has been a liberal contributor. The entire cost is £ 1,300. HOPE INDEPENDENT CHAPEL.-Tenders have been required f01, this new chapel to the designs of Messis. Habershon, of London, We have looked over the plans, and certainly think that if carried out, Newport will be in possession of one of the finest specimens of ecclesiastical building in any provincial town. The chapel is in the middle pointed, or decorated style, and of a very ornate cha- racter. It is calculated to accommodate 400 worshippers, besides children, on the ground floor, there being no galleries. lb COiHyi of a nave and side aisles with clerestory; the entrance front shows a highly enriched entrance doorway, with pierced foliated heads and flanked on each side by recesses of similar character tg tke doorway. Above, and rising into the high pitch gable, is a hitrhfy elaborate window of large, size and elegant proportion, the top filled with characteristic tracery, and the gables are finished with a rich foliated cross. The nave, forming the centra of the chapel; is flanked with stayed buttresses, terminating in highly euriciLedT crocketed and finialled pinacles the side aisles have buttressSaand traceried windows, each window of a different pattern, there is a porch in the south side. The front railing, the pulpit; and altar rail are all in character with the style, and richly workèd and the roof is boarded with curved and moulded ribs. At the back of the chapel are large schools with separate entrances, and the vestries of the chapel. The entire cost will, it is believed, exceed £ 2,000. CON.CrItTS.-IV- e have had several concerts—one from Miss Williams. This talented vocalist was patronised by Lady Morgan, was respectably atter, ded, and gave a rich treat to the loverd of. harmony. On Wednesday evening also the "Sappho," no longer the infant, gave a concert, and although following so close the heels of other entertainments, the vocalist met with thut en- couragement from the musical world of Newport which her talents, so richly deserve. The Rock baud has also been astoaishiog oar musical inhabitants,
7 EXCURSION. THE COMMITTEE OF THE CARDIFF ATHENIEUM & MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Have much pleasure in announcing to the Members and their Friends that an Excursion to the Celebrated and Romantic Ruins of Caerphilly Castle WILL TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY, MAY 6, 1850. A SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Cardiff Station at Ten o'clock in the morning for TafF's Well, from which place Caerphilly is a pleasant walk of three miles, commanding most delightful views of the country. A cold collation will be provided at the Boar s Head Hotel, for the accommodation of the company, at One o'clock, at one shilling each, and Tea at Five o'clock, at one shilling each during which time MR. LLEWELLYN WILLIAMS, the celebrated Harpist, will playa SELECTION OF WELSH AIRS ON THE TRIPLE HARP- The HEY. D. RHYS STEPHEN has consented to deliver A LECTURE ON THE HISTORY OF THE RUINS, at Two o'clock; after which thegentlemen composing the CARDIFF AMATEUR BAND, who have Mndly promised to accompany the Excursion, will perform some favourite airs, to enable the company to enjoy A RURAL DANCE ON THE CASTLE GREEN. Mr. DAVIS has, at the solicitation of the Committee, consented -to throw open his WELSH FLANNEL MANUFACTORY For the inspection of the Company. The members of the Newport Athenjenm have it in contempla- tion to join the company at Caerphilly. Persons wishing to return by the usual train, which leaves faffs Well at 6 50, can do so, hut a special train will leave that place at 8 o'clock. To and Fro Railway Tickets, Members Is. each; La- dies introduced by Members Is. each Non-members 2s. each; to be obtained of the Committee, Secretary, or Librarian of the Athe- naeum. Police will be in attendance to prevent the intrusion of strangers into the Castle Grounds. Cardiff, April 27, 1850. CARDIFF NAVIGATION STEAM COMPANY. (Provisionally registered pursuant to 7 & 8 Vic., c. 110, and 10 11 Vic., C. 78.) CAPITAL, 910,000 IN 2,000 SHARES OF L5 EACH. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. George Insole, Esq., coal merchant, Cardiff. John Calvert, Esq., coal merchant, Pontypridd. John Edmunds, Esq., coal merchant, Cardiff. Mr. Roger Davies, general merchant, Cardiff. — J. B. Hopkins, general merchant, Cardiff. — G. C. Bay lis, merchant, Cardiff. — William, Cooper,.mii^fe^pef, Cardiff. XrStx Wfloc^ijftreflant, Cardiffv1 • *■, — TvJL A. Eisle, !?bn founder, Cardiff,, • »* T ? ''■ 'R»N. B.'CALDE^BVBKEY^CATFCSFL'. *•»- — i'+fomjy! Price, draper," Card iff. <t" • •••■ -r^L.vEvans-, tlruggist^Gar^iSP. "$„ agent, Cardiff-W •t- Sampei»Dfcvlew MertiiyJk' —•^•i^^f'hit^.it&tioiier,MertjhyK' • • • SL UavklJones, grocer, Dowlais. t (With power to add to their number.) t BANKERS. t The West of England andSouth Wales District B.auk,-Catclig, Merthyr, and Bristol. SOLICITOR. -Mr. John Bird. PROSPECTUS. object of this Company is to afford additional Steam _I_ accommodation between the ports of Cardiff and Bristol, by placing upon the station two first-class steam boats, of at least 100 horse-power each. From the very great and increasing amount of traffic carried on between these ports, the Committee are led to expect that the pro- posed undertaking will prove both profitable to the Shareholders and highly beneficial to the Public. That this opinion is also very generally entertained may be in- ferred from the fact, that notwithstanding this scheme has only been promulgated a few days, above 1,200 shares have been taken, and more than 300 freighters are already pledged to its support and in- terested in its success. The Committee are proud to state, that among the subscribers to the undertaking will be found the names of T. W. Booker, Esq., Francis Crawrhay, Esq., Walter Coffin, Esq., and many other influential and extensive freighters, whose valuable aid in its future management will, it is hoped, be obtained. The Committee have been anxious to secure the general support of the trading community to this important project and to accom- plish this object, the capital stock has been apportioned into 2,000 shares of £ 5 each, so that the shares may be distributed among a large number of persons, and that one share at least may be placed 'Within the reach of almost every freighter and in order to prevent an undue and prejudicial influence being exercised, the Committee have, for the present, deemed it prudent to limit the interest of Pro- prietors to 20 shares each. The Committee observe, that since the present scheme has been brought before the Public, the Proprietors of the steam vessels now on the station have signified their intention to reduce the charges hitherto made for the conveyance of goods by those Vessels. From this circumstance the Committee conclude that goods can he carried, and at a remunerating profit, at considerably lower rates than have been hitherto charged. They also consider that in pro- portion as the charges are now reduced by the present proprietors, in that proportion have the freighters for a series of years been im- posed upon; and that advantage has been taken of an unjust Irloiiopoly-fouiiclekl and maintained by parties who are strangers to the town, and have no interest in its welfare-to exact the most ex- orbitant and oppressive charges. The Committee have been astounded at the extent to which this Practice has prevailed. Among the numberless instances that have been adduced, it may be mentioned that the freight of goods by w-atei, from Bristol to Cardiff (30 miles) has equalled, and, in some rases, exceeded, the carriage of the same goods by land from Leeds to Bristol (200 miles),—that it has been an almost invariable rule to charge as much, and often more, from Bristol to Cardiff than is charged from London to Bristol (120 miles); and incredible as it JlIat seem, it is, nevertheless, a fact that a higher charge has been niade for the freight of goods from Bristol to Cardiff, than was made lor the same goods from Cork to Bristol (230 miles) Numerous complaints have also reached the Committee, as to the total indifference which has been exhibited by the proprietors of the Present vessels, with reference to the accommodation of the pas- senger traffic on this side of the water,—while the inhabitants of Newport are arForded frequent return passages in the course, of every fcionth, Cardiff was considered undeserving of more than TWO such I during the past, and not one in the present year. 1 The Committee feel, therefore, that in the item of freight—in 1 Passenger accoainiodation and fares, and in many other respects, tho proposed undertaking will confer advantages hitherto unknown 'they calculate with every confidence upon the support of all "filches- of the community being readily and heartily conceded "J a project, which, in their judgment, contains all the elements of *U(>cess. When the whole number of shares shall have been subscribed for All(I such, it is expected, will be the case in the course of a few •»y.s), a general meeting of the shareholders will be called, when the '6quisite arrangements for the management of affairs of the com- ■w.ny will be made and in the meantime the committee will obtain information upon various points connected with the under- as will materially facilitate the operations of the company lX>n its complete formation. Application for shares, in the following form, should be forwarded 1\ or before the 14th May. ^Cardiff, 1st May. 1850. :to THE PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE CARDIFF STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY." Oontlemen, JJ, I request you will allot me Shares of FIVE POUNDS ;CH in the Cardiff Steam Navigation Company; and I undertake 'pay the Deposit and sign the necessary Deed when required. ^ated thi< day of 1850. Signature, — Pfr.ce of abode.—: Profession — [A CARD.] DAVID LEWIS, Auctioneer, Appraiser, and General Agent, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. M. A. LISLE, BRASS AND IRON FOUNDRY, ST. MARY'S STREET, BEGS to inform the Trade and the Public generally, that he is prepared to supply, by retail, Bar, Bolt, Hoop, and Sheet Iron Nail Rods, Blister, and Shear Steel, on terms equal to any other'House. Cardiff, April 23rd, 1850. GLAMORGANSHIRE. T. WILLIAMS Has been instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, At the NEW INN HOTEL, PONTYPRIDD, on WEDNESDAY., 8th MAY, 1850, at three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of sale then produced, rl-IHE lease of a piece of Building Ground, held for 99 years, 95 JL of which are unexpired the Ground is situated at Mountain Ash, near the increasing town of Aberdare, and in the vicinity of very large Iron and Coal Works, where building ground is in much request. It contains by admeasurement 960 superficial yards, and is very advantageous for the investment-of capital. For Particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Pontypridd. IMPORTANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. All persons labouring under the following diseases, viz., the Bile, Indigestion, Flatulency, Costiveness, Headache, Wind andspasm, Loss of Appetite, Nausea, Cramp, Worms in Children, Pils, Stone and Gravel, Stitches, Rheumatism, Eruption of the qkm, Spleen, Hysteria, Yellow Jaundice, Scurvy, Drowsiness, Pain in the Chest, Sore Legs, Nervous Affections, King's Evil, Palpita- tion of the Heart, Heartburn, St. Anthony's Fire, Lowness of Spirits, &c., should lose no time to use perseveringly Jones' (Tremadoc) Aperient and Antibilious Pills. 4 REMEDY that has stood the test of Chemical Analyses—the medical opinions—and a fair trial by thousands of the afflicted lie, is now becoming THE UNIVERSAL PILL OF THE AGE. A Testimonial from a highly respectable chemist in North Wales. Siit,-Your Pills continue to command a good sale here, which is steadily on the increase. They are now a standard family medi- cine among most of our local gentry, and becoming a universal favourite as a corrective of those organs most frequently liable to derangements, and to which in particular you, point attention. Apart from. ,all motives of interest or a desire to please the propri- etor, I have no hesitation in stating my candid avowal, that I con- sider your Pills, as an Aperient and Aiitibilious preparation, far superior to any Patent Medicine with whose merits I have been made acquainted, not excepting Cockle's justly celebrated com- pound, to whose merits as a preparation some of the most eminent of the profession have made no scruples in bearing their testimony. To Mr, R. 1. Jones. B. The particulars of many hundred cures may be had of the Agents throughout the Kingdom, too numerous to be inserted in an ad- vertisement. CAUTION.—Be sure to ask for JONES' (Tremadoc) Pills, and see that the signature is upon the Government Stamp. Retailed by all Patent Medicine Vendors in every town in the United Kingdom, in boxes, Is. ljd., 2s. 6d., and 4s. 6d. each (the largest size the cheapest in proportion). Wholesale Agents.-Messrs. Evans, Sons, and Co., Thomas Bowers and Sons, Thomas Eyre and Co., Liverpool; Barclay and Son, Farringdon-street; Sutton and Co., Bow Churchyard, London Butler, Sackville-street, Dublin; and the proprietor. N.B.—May be had post free on receipt of 14 Postage Stamps for the Is. Hd. size 33 Stamps for the 2s. 6d.; or 60 stamps for the 4s. 6d. size box. Money! Money! Money! LOAN AND DISCOUNT SOCIETY, NO. 14, Osniburgh Place, New Road, London. Loans from £ 10 up to £ 500 Can always be obtained at 5 per cent. interest, in one week's notice, on approved personal and other securities. A form of application will be sent to any part on the receipt of four postage stamps. Turnip Seeds, Mangold Wortzel, Guano, &c. J. B. HOPKINS TJEGS to state that he has received his usual supplies of the D above articles. The qualities will be found equal to former Seasons, with Prices much lower. A few Tons of Manure Salt in Stock. 18, Angel-street, Cardiff, April 24, 1850. TO PARENTS AND GtTABDIANS. S. P. KERIJICK, (SUCCESSOR TO C. VACHELL,) DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST, IS in want of a Well-Educated and Active Youth as an APPRENTICE, to whom every facility will be afforded for acquiring a thorough knowledge of the Business. Duke^street, Cardiff. NOTICE. To prevent the mistakes so frequently occurring, Mr. L. MOSELY begs to inform his Patients and Friends, that he has not any connexion with any Firm of the same Name, or with any other c Dentist in or out of London; and his only Town Residence is 18 at 30; Berners-street, Oxford-street, whore he has been Esta- blished upwards of Twenty Years. FIFTEENTH YEAR OF ATTENDANCE. Mondays, BRECON; Tuesdays, ABERGAVENNY; Wednesdays, NEWPORT Thursdays, CARDIFF; Fridays and Saturdays, MONMOUTH. Mr. L. MOSELY, SURGEON-DENTIST, OF 30, BERNERS STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, HAS the honour to announce to the Gentry, Clergy, and the Residents generally of the Principality, that he is now making his usual Periodical Visit, and that he may be Consulted in all relating to his Profession,—On Mondays, at the Castle Hotel, Brecon; Tuesdays, at the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny; Wednes- days, at the King's Head, Newport; Thursdays, Cardiff Arms, Cardiff; all at Private Apartments; and, on Fridays and Satur- days, at his Apartments, Mr. J. POWELL'S, plumber, Monnor- street, Monmouth. Attendance from Ten till Five. Mr. L M. is enabled to offer to his Patients advantages only attainable in the Metropolis, the whole of the Mechanical Depart- ment is r designed and executed at the Town Establishment, whereby a sure and accurate fit is guaranteed, and Mr. L. M. being the Manufacturer of the newly-invented Mineral Teeth, a great saying is luode to the Patient. Sets and partial sets being made tor little more than half the usual charges. Every recent improvement adopted in the construction of Artifi- cial Teeth to suit each individual case, among which is the last new invention of adding an Artificial Gum to the Teeth, whereby the youthful contour of the countenance is perfectly restored. The Teethf are also fixed upon atmospheric principles so as to cause a perfect articulation and mastication, they are quite indestructible, they never change colour, and are fixed from one to a complete set without extracting the stumps, and are worn with perfect ease upon the most teilder-jutiis. Filling with Gold and the various Cements now in use. Scaling; Children's Teeth attended to, and every opportunity per- taining to Dental S urgery. on Consultations free, and every information without expense. Re- ferences to the Faculty, and many Resident Families. Constant Attendance at Town Residence, No. 30, Berners- street, Oxford-street. May 1st, 1850. LINEN AND WOOLLEN-DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. T. PRICE T) EGS to inform the Inhabitants of Cardiff and its Neighbourhood that his arrangements for the Supply of SPRING and SUMMER I) FASHIONS are now completed and ready for Inspection. The Stock consists of a very excellent Assortment of Barege and other descriptions of Shawls Barege and De LainelDresses' in great variety a choice selection of Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons Plain and Fancy Silk Mantles of the newest designs with every Description of Plain Goods, such as Haberdashery, Hosiery, Linen, and Shirting Calicoes. T. PRICE begs to tender his acknowledgments for past favours, and trusts that his mode of conducting business will merit a conti- nuance feeling justified in asserting, from the care taken in the Selection of the Stock, that he can confidently recommend it to the notice of the Public. May 2nd, 1850. E. S. WHITE BEGS respectfully to announce that she has now on view a Variety of Fashionable MANTLES, MILLINERY, PLAIN and FANCY STRAW AND CHIP BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, &c. An Assortment of New and Fashionable DRESSES, SHAWLS, &c. ANCHOR HOUSE, DUKE-STEEET, CARDIFF. T. MTIES BEGS most respectfully to express his sincere acknowledgments to the Gentry, aM to the Inhabitants generally of Cardiff and its vicinity, for the distinguished patronage he has been honoured with since his commencement in business, and to assure them that ms best endeavours shall be exerted to merit their future, support. With this object in view he has just visited the Metropolitan and other Markets, andhasselected with the greatest care an extensive assortment of the newest and most fashionable designs in DRESSES, SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS, RIBBONS, LACE, STRAWS, FAMILY MOURNING, &c., &c., together with a large and varied stock of LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY, including CARPETINGS, FURNITURES, and FAMILY LINEN of every description. His attention will be particularly directed to the punctual execution of all orders that he may be entrusted with. T. DAvirs further begs to announce that the whole of his New Goods for the Season are now ready for inspection, and the favour of a call will greatly oblige. April 15, 1850. TWO STEADY YOUNG MEN WANTED. WEST-OF-ENGLAND, TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 10, SMITH STREET, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF. WILLIAM LEWIS TAKES this opportunity of informing his Friends and Patrons that lie has just received a Large Assortment of GOODS suitab* for the coming Season, which he will be happy to submit to their inspection. W. L. has also to add, he has engaged a practical Cutter, who, in the Trousers and Waistcoat Department, will defy competition. P.S. All Orders punctually attended to at the Shortest Notice. DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. W. THOMAS, < HAVING just returned from London and other Markets, begs most respectfully to call the attention of the Public generally, who are about to purchase their SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, to his new and well-assorted STOCK OF LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY, SILK MERCERY, &-c., e Sul Which he has taken the greatest care to select for the ensuing seasons, and feels assured that it will be worth the notice of the most economical buyers. An immense lot of lute-string Bonnet Ribbons, in all colours, from 34d. and upwards. Plain and Fancv Cot- tagers, in all colours, from 6d. Printed Delains in all the new styles, from 4|d. Fast colour Dresses (full lengths), 2s. 6d. each. Shawls in great variety. About 40 dozen of Straw and Fancy Bonnets, from 6d. each. 50 dozen of Men's Prime French Hats from 38.6(1. each. Broad and Narrow Cloths, in every new colour, Fancy Vestings, Cotton Cords, Moleskins, Hosiery, Gloves, Lace, Haberdashery, &e. &e. &c. VISITES AND MANTLES OF ETEBir DESCRIPTION. DANIEL EV ltNS, TAILOR AND DRAPER, 9, ANGEL-STREET, CARDIFF, BEGS to return his grateful thanks to the Gentry, Clergy, Tradesmen, and other Inhabitants of Cardiff and its neighbourhood, for the liberal support he has received since his establishment in Business and also to state that he has on hand at present a MOST SUPERIOR STOCK OF GØÓ1lS, perfectly new, comprising the best West of England and other Cloths, Trouser Pieces, Waistcoat Pieces, which he is enabled to dispose of on the lowest terms. His experience in London for many years, together with his arrangements, enable him to give his customers the most modem cut- embracing the very latest introductions in Dress, Shape, &c.-so as thereby to obviate the necessity of havino- a London Tailor;" while at the same time his terms will be found perfectly reasonable. Having carried on business in Cardiff for upwards of Tvro Years, D. E: is hippy to say that he can give the most satisfactory references to Gentlemen of the first respectability, by whom he has been employed, md to A\hotft«lie has given complete satisfaction. LADIES' HABITS MADE IN THE NEWEST SI YLE OF FASHION. liyeries EXEQUTED WITH promptitude AND economy.. 'f FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY. (By Permission of the MAYOR.) Mr. JAMES TAYLOR, of Birmingham, WILL Deliver a LECTURE on this SuVject, at the TOWN- HALL, CARDIFF, on MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13. The Doors will be opened at Seven, and the chair will be taken precisely at half-past Seven. The attendance of the Working-classes, and all interested in this important movement, is most earnestly requested CYMRf AT Y CYNRO. JAMES. EVANS, 73, THUNDERBOLT-STREET, BRISTOL, NEAR THE DRAWBRIDGE. BREAKFAST and Dining Rooms, Up Stairs; Private Sitting Rooms; Joints and Pbultry of the best quality. Well-Aired Beds.—London and Bristol Papers. MILLICENT-STREET BRITISH SCHOOL-ROOM, CARDIFF. • JOHN STEVENS, M.D., OF BRISTOL, Author of Medical Reform," will deliver a Course of Four Lec- tures upon the NEW AMERICAN Herbal Methods of Curing Disease, IN which he will develop a New Theory and System of Medical Practice. So PLAIN that common sense may clearly under- stand so SAFE that any one may with propriety administer; and so EFFICACIOUS that all ordinary Diseases may be speedily and effectually cured by it. In consequence of imperative Business, Dr. STEVENS has been, obliged to ALTER the Meetings for the last TWO LECTURES, which will now be delivered on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MAY the 8th and 9th. That on Wednesday will be on Consump- tion, Asthma, Colds, &c., and the one on Thursday on Scrofula, Scurvy, and Diseases of the Skin. Doors open at half-past 7, for 8 precisely. ADMISSION Reserved Seats, 6d.; Front Seats, 2d. The whole Course to be illustrated by an extensive collection of Diagrams of the Human System, and the herbs used in the New- Practice. N.B.-Dy. STEVENS may be consulted gratis, at Mrs. Black- lock's, Great Frederick street, Cardiff, on TUESDAYS and WEDNESDAYS, from Ten till Four o'Clock, where all the Books and Medicines may be had at all times.