Orders and A d.vcrtisemenfs will be received by tht- following CountryAgents. CARDIFF Mr. Wf. BIRD, Bookseller. MOXMOUTH Mr. C. HouGn, Bookseller, &c. HRKCON: Mr. WM. gVANS, Slup Street. NEWPORT Messrs. VVKAOUR and SO". B iokseller- 111LIDGEND Mr. J. BIRD. NEATH Mr. WHITTI NGTOi*, Auctioneer. ^VAVSEA Mr. DAY, Law Stationer, Mount street COWBRIDGE: Post Office. NEWBRIDGE—Mr JOHN JENKINS. CRICKHOWEL: Mr. T. WILLIAMS. ABERGAVENNY: Messrs. WATHtMs A: SON, P.O. tTSK MR. WILLIAM DAVIS, Land lgent & Surveyor CHEPSTOW Mr.B. BRADFORD, Chemist & Druggist LANDOVERY: WILLIAM REES, Post Office. BUILTH Mr THOMAS GWILLIM, Lion Hotel. TREDEGAR: Mr. JoilN DAVIS ( Brychan), Bookseller AND At the GAZETTE and GUARDIAN Office, High Streel Merthyr Tydvil, where all Communications are requested to be addressed.
11 AGENTS FOR BRISTOL AND HEREFORD. BRISTOL Mr. JOHN HEb, 31, College Green. HEREFORD: Mr. W.H. VALE, Bookseller, HigU St. LONDON AGENTS. Messrs N KWTON and Co., Warwick Square. Mr. R. BARKER, 33, Fleet Street. Mr. S. DEACON, Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook. Mr. G. Rt> NELL^42, Chancery Lane, Fleet Street, Messrs M. and W. E. HAMMOND, 27, Lombard street, Messrs. CLARKE and LEWIS, 4, Crown Canrt, Thread. needle Street. P MR. JOSEPH THOMAS, 1, Finch Lane, Messrs. JUDGE and Co., Palace New Road, Westminster Mr J. JENKINS. 17, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. AND Toall Postmasters and Clerks of the Roads. This Paper is regularly filed at Peel'sCoffer House. Fteet Street. 1 heChapterCotfee House, St.Paul' Aud at the Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook, London.
BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, WILL SAIL njjfcifrv During; the NEXT WEEK, AS FOLLOWS AS FOLLOWS FROM BRISTOL, MAY 29, MONDAY notsait.. I after 30, TLIESDAY not sail 2 after 31, WEDNESDAY.. 7 morn 3 after JUNE I.THURSDAY. 5 morn 4 after t. FRIIIA Y 51 morn 41 after 3, SATURDAY 6 morn.. 5 after FROM NEWPORT. MAY 29, MONDAY llj morn not sail SO, TUESDAY notsnil.. 12 after 31, WEDNESDAY.. 7J mo^n 2 after JUNE 1, THURSDAY. 8 morn 2 after 2, FRIDAY. 9 morn.. 3 after 3, SATURDAY. 5 morn.. 31 after PARES:—After Cabin, 4s.—Fore-Cabin, 2s,-Chil- 4ren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.-Dos, Is each. Pour-Wheel Carriage,$0s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s fjorses each, 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one |ssenger, 15* Horse and Rider, After-Cabin, 7s ditto "ottUCabin, 6s. To and Fro same day, (provided a To and Fro Ticket ,s taken). After Cabin, 6s.. Fore Cabin, 3s. The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets lVE NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any •Wsenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any J*0ods, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) ualess °°ked at either of their Offwjfs in Bristol or Newport; alld if above the value of 40s. to be entered at its value, .d Carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time Booking. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- pany's Office, 1, Quay, Bristol or at the Packet-Offices, Rownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodnev Wharf, New- Port. JOHN JONES, Agent. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.'—Coaches Daily "etween thes* places and Newport. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New- blidge, Bedwelty, and a branch from Newbridge to jjajUyglo.—A Coach Daily between these place3 and f^vtrport; arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock inorn- and starting at 1 o'clock afternoon. The CAMBRIA. Steam Packet, leaves Cumberland Hotwclls, every Morning, for PORTSHEAD. and Returns in the Evening. For limes of sailing. &c., see b*nd bills. May 1, 1837. CARDIFF and BRISTOL. The New and Swift Going Steam ftlllliV Packet> NAUTILUS, 60 Horse Power, JOHN ALLEN, Confmander, Is intended to ply during the NEXT WEEK, with Passengers and Goods, as follows:- FROM CARDIFF. j. Coach from Coach from Merihyr. Bridgend. 29..Monday 1 after. 9 morn. 10 morn .Wednesday 2j after.10j morn. lli morn FROM BRISTOL. Coaches to Merihyr and Bridgend. MAY 30.. Tuesday.. Hi afternoon. 4i aftcruoon The Road at Cardiff leading to the Steam Packets has idergone a thorough repair, and may be traversed with arriagesand other vehicles with the gieatest safety and tase. FARES: After Cabin, 5!Fore Cabin. 3s. Children under Twelve Years of Age, Half-price. Dogs, Is. each. Ilefreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin. Four-wheel Carriage, 21s.; Ditto, drawn by one horse", J*3" '> Two-wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d; Horses, 6s. each; *1°rse and Rider, After Cabin. 9s.. Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d. -Arrangements are now made for the conveyance of anchester Goods, via Liverpool, per Mountaineer, in Conjunction with the Swansea and Cardiff Packets, at a ver y Cheap and Expeditious Rate. "•B. Goods intended to be shipped per this Packet, °»t be sent to the Packet Office, No. 12, Quay Street, >ere they will be hauled to the Packet, at the Coin, Pany's expense; or they will he taken in at the Cum- berland Basin Locks, by nOBEItT CHAPLIN. 0;;P. Goods forwarded to all parts of the Kingdom without delay. „ £ oaches, to and from Merthyr and Bridgend, meet the N»utilu»" on Arrival and Departure. Coach from Cowbridge, daily, and also Spring Waggons to each of the above places. jftewbridge, Aberdare, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, ~*<*ntrittent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these J aces in Lock-up Canal Boats and Waggons immediately arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance. Freight to be paid on delivery. loFurtherinformation may be obtained of MrRICHARD Oo; TODD, Agent, St. Mary Street, and at the Packet on the Wharf, Cardiff; Mr JOHN GRIFFITH ». "ES, Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol and of p W. J, DE BUCK, No. 8. Fenchurch Street, London .NOTICE -The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet ve Noticfc, that they will not be accountable for any a»sengers' Luggage, nor will they be answerable tor Unl' Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) j !ess Booked at either of their Offices in Cardiff or vr,stol, and if above the value of 40s., entered at its .L "•» and Carriage in proportion paid for the same, at of Booking. CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. The New and beautiful Fast Going jagltlN^ Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, Two Engines 30 Horse Power Each, H. T. PARFITT, Commander, all Ply during the ensuing week, with Passengers and Goods, as follows;- FROM CARDIFF. Coach from Coach from f JSridgend. Merthyr. J^SDAV. If after 101 morn morn N I 1 I" hursday 3$after 1 after ..114 morn H 1 ''SATURDAY 4j after 2 after 1 after I j FROM BRISTOL. j Coaches to Bridyend H I w and Merthyr at ■ | MONDAY 11J morning afternoon ■ J, 14 afternoon.. 5¡ afternoon I N 2..FRIDAY 3 afternoon.. 7 afternoon j °Uh's Waggon, for Merthyr, immediately after the f arrival of the Packet from Bristol. J PARES;—After Cabin,5s.—Fore Cabin, .Is. ach: dren under 12 Years of Age, fiat f-I)rice .-Dogs, is. fr AI Fcmale Steward attends the Ladies' Ci,.bin.-B,e. p'ttients may be had on Board on moderate Terms. Jgs ou/"Wheel Carriage, 21s. i Ditto drawn by One Horse, Ho"' 'w°-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, bs. each; ,,Ilrse and Rider, After Cabin. 9s. Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d.; pt e; sheep. These Fares include every expense. tb L1ghter8 are requesteii to order all Goods intended for ■ M: LADY CHARLOTTE to be senttoClare Street Hall, ■> Street. Bristol. ■I QQ ^tyr, Bridgend and Cowbr'nhje.—Fast Light Post jy1 to an^ from the Lady Charlotte. Aberdare. Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend. ■ l>lal1trlae"t, and Caerphiliy.-voods forwarded to these •fted'68 10 Waggons and Lock up Canal Boats im- H ^vevP,y arnv«l- unless ordered by any particular 'a wiuch case they will be deposited in the ipatidina Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to he Gon delivery. <»« ihe°KS* PackaSes- Parcels, &c. Sec. forwarded to all parts Ste. An?doin without delay, when sent to eitherof their No'l'i 'n Cardiff or Bristol. m n —The Proprietors ot the above Steatn Packet H ^>asgen°tlCf l^at they will not be accountable for any I m. *ny y ^er s 'ggage nor will they be answerable for bn°i^8' PacRages,or Parcels, (if lost or damaged) nn- abov° j'' al 'heir Offices at Carditi or Bristol, Varri#pe -le va'l,e °f £ '2t unless entered at its value, and ^Ookiijg pfoportiou paid for the same, at the time oi Gadfly ^rt^Cr 'ntormation as to Freight, &c. will be the ?, hy applying to the Agents, Mr Donovan, fi ou/t' oa ('lu Wharf, CarJtlf. or to Mr WEN, 15, Avon Crcscent, Hotwells^ Bristol. GLAMORGANSHIRE. ■ | t To be Sold by Auction, By Mr WILLIAM MORRIS, AT THE BEAR INN. IN THE TOWN OF COWBRIDGE, ON TUESDAY, The 13th of JUNE next, between the hours of Two and Four in the Afternoon, subject to conditions to be then produced, I^HE following VALUABLE ESTATES of the late Mrs Powell, of Cowbridge, deceased, situate in he Parishes hereunder named — SA INT A THAN. Ann. Rent. LOTS. PREMISES. TENANTS. A. R. P. E 9. d. l_Malt House and Land MrLlewellynWllliarns 50 0 2 ..110 0 0 MONKNASH. 2.-Hotiss, Grist Mill, and Land Griffirh Longher 0 132 0 36 ..IS5 0 0 ST. BRIDE'S MINOR. 3.-House, Cottages, and Land, called Bryncethin Thomas David and others lSl 2 25 70 0 6 YSTRADYVftDUCk. Monntain Slteep Walk. q q q N. B.-This lxroperty about)ds in Coal aiid other inirieral. Y LANTHlSSENT AND J House and Land, called Llwyn Milwa M«y I)av^ 70 1 2 45 0 0 5" I House and Land, called Mwyndwr vach 22 3 10 20 0 0 t Lands near the Town of ]licl>:ud JtMlkms 12 1 22 18 19 0 6-J Stone Quarry "1UO Y' 0 0 0 2 2 0 7 —Land 'I homas 1'hillip 4 2 2 15 0 0 8'—Ditto Captain Arr and Thomas Philliu 8 2 34 27 0 0 9—Ditto William Leishon 7 3 11 15 0 0 10—Ditt o Robert Itoberts G 2 10.. 16 0 0 11— Ditto Daniel Popkin 4 1 0.. 9 0 0 12.—Piecc ot Land in" Brack" Lane"i 0 ° °" ° 5 0 LAISGAiN. 13.-IIouse and Land Levis Jenkin 0 1 5 oU.erl-^ds ST. BRIDE'S MAJOR. ut It:r allds 14.—House and Land, called West Farm, near l'ie Village of Southerndown Wnliam Jenkins 91 0 24 3fi 14 0 c House and Land Morgan Janes «) 3 3 2H 0 0 I Land adjoining ditto itto. |y 1 7 20 0 0 The Tenants will show the Lots, and Handbills, containing further particulars, will be circulated 011 or befor,, the day of Sale. Cowbridge, 24th May, 1837. MONMOUTHSHIRE. To be Sottr bv i^ubltc Ruction, By Mr H. M. PARTRIDGE, At his SALE ROOM, Commercial Street, NKVVPOKT, on TUESDAY, the 30th day of MAV. !*>•« A VALUABLE LIBRARY OF BOOKS, the Property of a Clergyman deceased, thetoilowing Works are included in the catalogue, viz. Folio.—Camden's Britannia, Lysons (rloacestersnne Antiquities, Bowyer's Illustrations of ]it-itisli History, Collier's Church History, Hill's Vegetable System, 10 vols.; Welsh Manuscript, several hundred years old; Doomsday Book, 3 vols.; Thornton's Botanical Works, 5 vols.; Architecture and Remains of Antiquity, 9 vol, Meyrick's Ancient Arms and Armour, 2 vok; Mongol's Views in Home, Biblea Polyglota, Plutarch's Lives, Biographica Brit^nuica. Kuswo: th's II istoric il Collections ,■ the Works of Hammond, Bishop tlall, Goodwin, Scutt. Calvin, Tillotson, Josepbus, &c. &c. QWlrfo.Coxp's M«ninotithshirr, 2 volg.; Pennant's Wales, Kenton's Pembrokeshire, Ackerman's 'ainhrnlge, 2 vor.; Kncyclnpacdia Britannica, IH vols. Wood's Views in Wales,2 vols.; l'alla'sTravels, 2 vols. Sibley's Astrology, 2 vols.; Walter's Welsh Dictionary, 2 vols. Lord Orfont's Works, 5 vols. Dr. C arke's Bible, 8 vols.; linglish lincylopaedia. 10 vols.; &c. &c. &c. Octavo. §c.—Curtis's n,lianical Magazine, 4 vols Itapin's Kngland, 25 vols.; Wilson's American Ornitho- logy, 3 vols.; Bin^ley's Norrti VV al< s, 2 vols Welsh Manuscript Sermons; Biographical Dictionary, II vol,. Ciceronis Opera Omnia, 10 vols.; Hume and Smollett's England, 1G vols.; History of Dissenters, 3 vols.; Watt's Works, 7 vols.; Doildridge's Works, 10 vols.; Statutes at Large, 32 vols.; Gibbon's Koine, 6 vols. Ut aulies of England and Wales, 12 vols. Alyvvriau A-cliaioiogv oi Wales; Owen's Welsh Dictionary, 2 vols.; Evangelical Biography, 4 vols.; the Works of Shakespeare, Johnson, Goldsmith. 1'ope, Pindar, &c. See. The Sale will commence precisely at 12 o'clock at Noon, and contillueulltilthe whole are sold; and as there will be no reservation of any one lot, the Auctioneer | solicits a punctual attendance. MOXMOUTHSIiTReT lF[E[Q)[J lii WOfRQCS. to be SolDr fog pufoltc Auction, By Mr H. M. PARTRIDGE, At the TOWN HAIL. TUKDEGAU liton WORKS On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 6th and 7th of JUNE, 1S37. I",HE whole of the HOUSEHOLD FrRNITURE, M. and other effects, of the late Air Hawkins Hee*, removed for the c,,n,,eii;elllc Of Sale, by order of the Executors; comprising Four Post and Tent bedsteads, with Chintz and Dimity Furnitures; Window Curtains; Prime Goose Feather Be(.»; Blankets; Sheets; seilles Quilts; Counterpanes; Bohster and Pillow Cases; Table Cloths; Chamber aad Kitchen Towels; Straw, Wool, and Hair Mattrasses; Mahogany and Painted Washstands and Dressing iahles; Mahogany Night Commodes; Chimney, 1 ier, and Swing Glasses; Carpets and Hearth Stair and Bedside ditto; Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Mahogany, Dining, Pembroke, and C^id Tables; Deal Kitchen, Round, and Drinking ditto; Mahogany Hair-seated, Beech, HIJh, and Cane-seat Chairs; Mangle; Benches; Mahogany Frame Sofa Sideboard Eight Day Clock, in Alahogany Case; Steel and other Fenders and Fire Irons; a large assortment of China, Glass, and Earthenware of the most useful description; the whole of the Kitchen lie- qllisites and various other articles; the whole of which will be sold without the least reserve. Also, a new Five-motion Beer Engine, complete full Pint Barrels; a quantity cf Hoards. Sashes. aud llllihlilJg Materials, belonging to the Old TredegBr Anns, will be ottered for Sale, in one or more Lots. Sale to commence each Day precisely at Eleven o'Clock in the forenoon. GLAMORGANSHIRE. THE HIGHLY IMPORTANT LORDSHIPS, MANORS, AND FREEHOLD ESTATE, OF ll!J.£l [l} W dlID ill llfJ fI FOR SALE. MR ADAM MURRAY Has the honour of announcing to the Public, that lie is instructed to Sell bu Stucttoit, At GA HHA W A V'S COFFEE HOUSE, CHANGE ALLEY, CORNHILL, LONDON,oil WEDNESDAY, the 7th day of -) U N P, NEXT, (unless all acceptable -r.c offer is made for the tame by private contract.) "IHIS hisfhly IMPROVABLE ESTATE, ('xoue. | rated irom l ithe, within the precincts ot the Abbey, and Rates ai.d Taxes verv low,) continuing 5,59b ACRES of good A A BLE.M EAJ)OW. PASTURE, and WOOD- LAND, together with HOUSES and PREMISES, in lhe Vdlages of Xeath Abbev and Cadoxtan, EXTENSIV E COPPER WORKS, IRON and BLAST FURNACES; Manufactory forSteam and other ElIgine, Fores. Rail- roads. Canal Shipping Wharfs, on the Neath and Swansea Rivers, LARGE and EXTENSIVE VEINS of the best BI TUMINOUS COAL, IRON STONE, and FIRE-Cl<AY, of the best quality, and EXTENSIVE WOODS of FINE OAK TIMBER for Naval purposes, situate in the Parish of Cadoxton, in line healthy undulating Country, surrounded with excellent Roads, situate in the Parish of Cadoxton, in a line healthy undulating, Country, surrounded with excellent Roads, I and good Market Towns, and closc to Lime and Goal, with every capability at hand for the better improvement of the Property. There are many fine situations for building ipoii. and ABUNDANCE of STONE QUA It- RIES, yielding M aterials" for that purpose. A better and more improvable Estate'in South Wales was never before offered for Sale. Particulars of Sale are now ready for delivery, and may be had on application to J. S. Wickens, Ksq Montague Street, Russell Square; Thomas Fox, Esq., Beaminster, Dorset; and Ntr Adaiii Nltii-ray,, 47, ParltaJ ment Street, Loudon, Letters to be post paid, IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY dFov Sale fry auction, IN LOTS, BY MR. rmupps, (By order of the Prustees for Sale), At the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, on TUESD \Y, the 13th day of JUNE, 1837,at 12 o'clock punctually. C >M I'K IS I NG N i: A R i.y ACKF.S OF SUPERIOR LAND, di- IVFV/V vided into the following convenient takings, viz.- GREAT TftlLEY FARM, About 200 Acres, iu high cultivation, with good Orchard- ilJ, occupied by a Sün of the late Proprietor, and well worth, at Last, £ 250 a year. The Buil.iings have lately undergone thorough repair, and the Dwelling House is fit fur any Gentleman Farmer. UPPER TIULEY FARM, About 205 Acres, let to Mr Rosser, at a reduced Rent of ;[220 per year. The new Turpike Road, from Abergavenny to Hereford, alon which a Coach ruili to and fro daily, passcslhrough the above two Farms. THE SKEHRID FARM, About 52 Acres, let to Mr Dykes, ai :Li) per year. The Buildings just put into complete repair. (With a long established custom), also recent'y put into thorough repair, and most advantageously situated for business, let with about 21 Acres of good Meadow Land adjoining to Nlr Ellis, at a reduced Rent of ,t70 per allllllll1 PASTY GELLY FARM, About 100 Acres. let to Mr Smith, at £ 100 per year UPPER HOUSE FARM, About 30 Acres, let to Mr .Morgan, at £ 50 per year. THE MITRE PUBLIC HOUSE, With the Blacksmith's Shop, and about 4 Acre* of rich Meadow Laud, on the Old (load, between Abergavenny and Herefoid, let to Mr Christopher a! £ 40 per annum. The above Property which is intersected throughout by good Turnpike Road>. presents to the public an opportunity, in these days but raiely offered, of aoijuiriug A LITTLE DOMAIN OF UPWARDS OF GOO ACRES, ALMOST WITHIN A RING FEXCE, In an agreeable ncighboui uood, and close to a good Maiket Town, it being distant 2 ini.es only fr0ln Aber. gavenny, celebrated, uo lesslor the beauty of its locality, than the excellence of its Market, and which Town the London Mail reaches in about 16 hours, and Coaches pass through it daily to all parts. Thp- dili,!rCUl Fanus are very beautifully situated, and partaking of the picturesque scenery of the ucighbou rhood, of which „ THE LOVELY VALE OF USK, with the bold and varied outlines of THE HOLY MOUNTAIN,TilE SUGAR LOAF. THE BL9R4NGE, AND THE BRYN* ARROW, form some of the most prominent features and with THE INTERESTING RUINS OF LI,ANTlIO\'Y AB BEY, within a delightful ride of 8 miles, and RAGLAN CASTLE AND TlNTE N ABBEY, and all the other attractions of this much admired County, within a morning's drive, they afiord a choice of eligible and inviting situations for Building. For the Sportsman also there is endless amusement, in Hunting, Shooting, and Fishing, in every variety. Also, THE CADVOR ESTATE, About one Mile from Abergavenny, and admitted to be one of the best Farms in the neighbourhood, contian ing aboutJIO Acres, and let to Mr Barrett, at the reduced lient of f250 per year. This valuable Estate, washed on the one side by the River UsL. bounded on the other by the Mail Road from Abergavenny to Merthyr, and surrounded by the most splendid scenery, offers a very desirable site for a Mansion. PENYCRAlCx FARM, A short distance from the Cadvor, to which it would form a useful \ppendage, containing about 85 Acres, and let to Mr Williams at £ 80 per annum. TYR CANOL FARM, A beautiful Timbered littte Estate, of about 75 Acres, in the Romantic Vale of Liang nny, about tive miles from Abergavenny, and two from Crickh^vvell, let to Air 1 rice, at a very old and inadequate Kent. Lastly, TYR SI-ION WILLIAM FARM, About 20 Acres, overhanging the Town of Crick howell, and offering a site for another of the pretty Villas with which that'admired Town is surrounded—let to Mr I'ricc, at £:O per annum. The above Farms are all held under 1 early Tenancies °nly. Purchasers, therefore, may either have immediate possession, or at once increase their Rents, by granting Leases of them. Poor Rates and other Outgoings moderate Lime and Coal in abundance anil a constant demand, at good I prices. for all ,gi-ictiltural produce to supply the vast and growing population of the neighbouring Mineral Dilt"cts, Also, FIFTY SHARES in the Blaenavon lion and Coal Company. FOUR SHARFS in the Brecon and Abergavenny Canal Company and TWO SHARES in the Llanvihangel Railway Com- pany. Particulars may he had 21 divs prior to the Sale, with Lithographic Elans of the different Farms, at the Beaufort Arms, Monmouth; the Castle Hotel, Brecon; the Plough, the Bush, Bristol the York House, Bath; the Lansdown Hotd, Leamington; the Commercial Rooms, Exchange, Liverpool; in London, at J. Gregory's. Esqr., 12 Clement's Inn; D. G. Secretans, Esq., Birehin Lane, Hatchett's Hotel, Piccadilly and of Messrs. Giibl) and Secretan, Solicitors, Abergavenny, who will, on application, direct a person to show the Estates, *■—'———— —— GLAMORGANSHIRE. ? [l [11 fJ7 CD (f) [l) (¡J FOR SALE. to l}£ ituction, By Mr HUGH JONES, At the BLACK LION in the Village of ABER. DARE, onTHURSDAY, the First day of JUNE 1837, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, subject to such conditions a will be then produced, ALL the UNDERWOOD, except such as are marked with White Paint, standing and being on the farm of FFVLD.AU, in the Parish of Aberdare. The above Wood being principally 0 \K, and about 40 Years Growth, are of very Superior quality and are fit for Building purposes, Gates, Lath. Hurdles, &c. &c. &c. Distant from the Village of Aberdare about 3 Miles, Hirwain 5 Miles, the Vale of Neath 6 Miles, Merthyr Tydfil 7 Miles, and to the Junction of the Aberdare and Glamorganshire Caittl 7 Miles. The Tenant, Mr Evan Llewellyn, will show the Wood, and further particulars may be had on application to the Auctioneer, or to Mr Oliver, Maeslough Castle, Urecoo- I (Letters must be posl paid.) MONMOUTHSHIRE. o be SoiSr fig a it c tfo it, By Mr MICHAEL DAVIS, At the THREE SALMONS [\N, in the Town of USK, on FRIF)KY. ti,e Second day of JUNE, 11*37, between the hours of Three and Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, the following Freehold Properly, in Lots. LOT 1All that ESTATE, called PARK BACH, containing a" Small Farm House, Garden, Barn, and sundry Closes of very fertile Arable and Orchard Land, in å ring fence, containing fifteen Acres, (more or less,) in the Parish of GOYTREY, in the occHpation of Mr THOMAS JONES, adjoining the Turnpike Road leading from Abergavenny to Newport. I-o-r 2.—All that ESTATE, called KILN HOUSE F.kRlt.coiitain ini!aSii)allFariii Hou, Barn,Beast House, See and several-Closes of Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Woodland,in a ring fence, coutaining '1' wputy.one Acres. (more or less,) in the said Parish, of G'JYTRBY, in the occupaton of Mr JOHN MKIIKDITH, adjoining the said Road from Abergavenny to Newport, on the one side, and the Abergaver.ny Canal on the other. LOT 3.—All that CLOSE of LAND, atijoiiiiiig the Mountain, in GOY I" EY, aforesaid, callcd BUSll- Fl EI,D, c,).itaiiii,-g 'I'ii,,ee or less.) LOT 4—All (hat COTTAGE and large GARDEN, situate near Alltrabilla Farm, in the Parish of LA"- G EVI El', now in the occupation of Mr Lo's 1 and 2 are truly eligible properties, presenting tempting situations for the erection of comfortable Resi- dences; and, from their proximity to water carriage, Building Materials, Coal, aud Lime, may be had at a moderate expense. The neighbourhood abounds with game, and the Mail Coach passes the Premises daily. For further Particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to Air Norton, Solicitor, Monmouth. 'il C5fu .LLll8 SEVERAL PONIES, HALF ARABIAN,bred at kJ Aberpergwm, near Merthyr Tydvil. Apply to Mr George Harbottle if by Letter, post paid. ELEGANT AND USEFUL CABINET FURNITURE, AT LEVrS MZIM, 7, UNION-STREET, BRISTOL. rpiIE Proprietors be £ respectfully an inspection | of their superior and extensive Stock of CABINKI FURNITUitE, comprising Wini and other Wardrobes. Sofas, Chairs, Telescope and other Dining Tablei, Loo, Dressing, Work, and other Tables. Cniffonniers, Wash- stands, 1 capoys, Canterbury's and Music Stools, &c- The arrangements made for manufacturing this depart rnent of their trade enables the Proprietors to meet the most extensive demands with the utmost promptitude and dispatch, and they confidentlv assert that, the supe- riority of the material and workmanship taken into consideration, the articles will be found full 20 per cent, under the usual piices. Elqant Chimney and Dressing Glasses, with the usual asrortment of Furnishing Ironmongery, Cutlery, Cut Glass, Plate and Plated Goods, &c. Houses Furnished (if required, by Contract as usual), the Proprietors having the resources always on the Pre- mises. can offer peculiar advantages- !E !a I.lfi [p [jl JJ 3JZ1 ita be It r t, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, ALL that Desirable SHEEP FA It SI, called RHONDDA VECH\N, situated in the Parish of YSTU A DYVODWG, in the County of Glamorgan, con- taining 563 acres, bounded on one side by the River Rhondda Vach. If desired, the Stock may be taken at a valuation. For particulars, apply to T. \V. Lawford, Carreg Cenen, near Llandilo. Carmarthenshire. U@ ŒŒ¡P GENTLEMEN'S SERVANTS, &c. To be iítt, AND ENTKRED UPON I M MED IATELY, THAT OLD ESTABLISHED INN, [l1 1-7;1 Œ Ct:}.!2J (jJ!13Dm SITUATE in the Town of LLANDILO FAWR, C7 CARM MlTHENSHl :E, on the Ilail road leading from Milford through Gloucester to London. It is most drsiiablv situated, adjoining the celebrated Park of Dynevor t 'astle*, commanding the most beautiful views of the Vale of Towy; conveniently situated within distance of visiting the numerous picturesque objects of that neighbourhood. A very old Lease having expired, the House has been rebuilt, with particular attention to the accommodation of families and tourists travelling through the country. Every encouragement will be given to a respectable Tenant, and any quantity of Grass Land may be had if required by the Tenant. For further particulars, and view of the premises, apply to T. W. Lawford, Carreg Cenen, Llandilo; all letters must be post paid. IT)) 1E (g 11 [b q GLAMORGANSHIRE. Furnished or Unfurnished, by the Year, or for a Term, from the 2hth of March, 1837. DUN RAVEN is every way calculated for a Nobleman or Gentleman of the highest respecta- bility, having numerous \paituients of large dimensions, Ofliees, Flower and Pleasure Gardens, Stabling, Coach Houses, Walled Kitchen Garden, Hothouses, Dog Kennel, and every appurtenant of a first-rate establishment The Sporting over a large Domain and several MaDors and Farms, containing many thousand Acres, embracing the tines, Woodcock Covers in the county, may be bid with the Mansion, To the Sportsman therefore it is most desirable. The view of the Bristol Channel from the Castle and Grounds, combined with the magnificent Cliffs and Caves, is unrivalled. The Sands close under the Castle are perfectly hard and dry, and the situation proverbially healthy. The w¡>lied-in-Park, of about 150 Acres, may be taken or not. For terms and cards to view apply (letters free) to Mr John Randall, Bridgend, Glamorganshire. irmw dJ. (f) Uk RICHARD WILLIAMS, Auctioneer and Land Valuer, Aberdare, BEGS very respectfully to offer his services as a VALVAR OF TITHES, under the Com- mutation Act. ftis lot)g experience ill- Agricultural business, and his acquaintance with the various soils of this and the adjoining Counties, give liiin confidence that he will be able to afford satisfaction in the above capacity, and also in the new Rating of Parishes under the recent Act. Pant ycerdinen, Aberdare. May 15, 1837. COMMUTATION OF TITHES. WILLIAM JONES, cg u (QJ [E [E M t W (Q) LAND AND HOUSE AGENT HIGH STREET, BRECON, BEGS leave, most respectfully, to return his sincere t.tanks to his Friends and the Public generally, for the liberal support he has received, during the period ot sixteen years, and trusts by adhering to the same upright and impartial conduct hitlierio pursued, to merit a continuance of their support. His practical experience, as an Agriculturist, with a familiar know ledge of the Soils of this, and the adjoining Counties, gives him confidence in offering his services, for the Commutation of Tithes, and the Apportionment of the same. Estates and limber Measured and Valued. Parishes Rated. &c., &c., &c. 1THE Undersigned, being the duly authorised 9 Agent ot the Marquis Camden, and Rev. John Jjnts, Tithe Owners within the Hamlet of MOO- HIDD, in the Parish of LLVNSPYTHUl), in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less that, One-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes of [he ,aid Hamlet, DO, BY THIS NOTICK, in writing under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of L\M) OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Hamlet, FOR the PURPOSE of MAKING an AGREEMENT for the GENERAL COMMUTATION of TITHES within the limits of the said Hamlet, pursuant 'to the provisions of an Act passed in the 6 h and 7th Years of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled An Act for the Com- mutation of Tithe* in England and Wales." And DO HEREBYALSO G IVfr NOTICE, that such Meeting will he held at the CHAPEL, of POVTESTILL, in the said Hamlet, oil THURSDAY, the 15th day of JUNE next, at the hour of Two in the afternoon, and adjourned to Llanspythed Church, at the hour of Three the same afternoon. Given under my hand, this 19th day of May, 1837. Capeldewi. MORRIS SAYCE. I THE undersigned, beingr the duly au'horised J Agent of the Marquis Camden, and Rev. John Jones Clerk, Tithe Owners, within the Hamlet of LLAtSSi YTHHt), in the Parish of Llanspythed, in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes of the said Hamlet, DO, BY THIS NOTICE, in writing under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Hamlet, FOIt the PURPOSE of MAKING an At? R KHM KNT fm-Wi.* littM^-GUMAlJUTATION OF TITHES within the limits of the said Hamlet, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th Years of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled. "An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales." AND DO HEHEBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the CHURCH, in the said ilaiiiietof Llan-pvthed, on TH URSD A Y, the 15th day of JUNE next, at the hour of Three in the Afternoon. Given under my hand this 19th day of May, 1837. Capeldewi. MORRIS SAYCE. 1 IHE Undersigned, being'the duly authorised Agent, of the Marquis Camden, and Re». John Jone., Titiie Owners within the Hamlet of PEN PONT, in the Parish of LLANSPYTHED, in the County of BRECON, whoce interest is not less than One-fonvth part of the whole vafue of the Tithes of the said Ilainiet, DO, BY THIS NOTICE, in writing under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING OF LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Hamlet, for the purpose of making an AGREEMENT for the GENERAL COMMUTATION OF Tll'llKS within the limits of the said Hamlet, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th Yeais of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled, "An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales AN1J DO HERERY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the CHAPEL, in the sa.d Hamlet, on THURSDAY, tho 15: h Day of JUNE next, at the hour of Eleven in the Forenoon. Given under my hand this 19ih day of May, 1837. Capeldewi. MORRIS SAYCE. T THE Undersigned, being the duly authorised *9 Agent of the Rev. CHARLES MAYBERY, a Tithe Owner, within the Parish of PENDEKYN, in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes of the said Parish of Penderyn. DO, BY THIS NOTICE in writing, under mv hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an Agreement for the General Commutation of Tithes, within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the Provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th Years of the Reign of his present Majesty, entituled, An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales." And I DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will he tied at the LAMB INN, in the said parish, on TU ESDA Y, the ]3th Day of JUNE next, at the hour of Twelve at noon. Given under my hand this 15th day of May, 1837. WM. POWELL. I THE Undersigned, being Tilhe Owner within 9 the Parish of LLYWELL, in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One fourth pail of the whole value of the said Tithes in the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in Writing, under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Parish, especially within the limits of the three Hamlets of the said Parish, videlicel The Hamlet of Trayanglaes, The Hamlet of Trayanniawr, and The Hamlet of Ysclydach, All within the said Parish of Llvwell, FOR the PUR- POSE of MAKING an AGREEMENT for the GEN RU A L COMMt TATION of TITHES within the limits of the said Parish, especially within the limits of the said Three Hamlets above named, pursuant to the Provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th years of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An Act for the Commutation of lithes in England and Wales/' AM) I DO HEKEBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting for the whole of the said Three Hamlets 01 the said Parish, will be held at the house called the CAMDEN ARMS INN,in the TOWN otTRECASTLE, and in the said Parish, on TUESDAY, the Thirteenth day of JUNE, at the hour of Twelve o'Clock in the Forenoon. (Signed,) DAVID PARHY, Hear of Llyu-ell. Trecastle, 17 May. 1837. T fHE Undersigned, being Tithe Owner within -9 the Parish of LANGONOYD, in the County of GLAMORGAN, whose interest is not less than One- fourth part of the whole %alue of the Tithes of the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in Writing, under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limns of the said Parish FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING AN AGREEMENT FOR THE GENERAL COMMUTATION OF TITHES, within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the Provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th Years of the Keign of his pre- sent Majesty, intitied, An Act for the Commuta- tion of Tithes in England and Wales." AN)) DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting shall be held at the house of William David, called the OLD HOUSE, in the Village of LANGON'OYI), on THURSDAY, the 8th day of JUNE next, at the hour of Twelve at Noon. Given under my hand, this 15th day of May, IM7. WM. THOMAS, Vicar. "WAILH IBAELWAT.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the DI. HECIORS WILl RECEIVE, at their Office at CARDIFF, on or before TUESDAY, the 6th of JUNE, at 12 o'Clock TENDERS for the execution of the following Work:— CONTRACT, No. 4. Being the construction of. a Stone Bridge across the River Taff. near Melin Griffith. Drawings and Specifi- cations of the above Works, are now exhibited at the Company's Office, at Maendy, near Cardiff. The Directors will not consider themselves hound to accept the Lowest Tender, and they expect the several parties to attend at the Office, at Carditi, on the 6th of June. JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. N. B. Drawings and Specifications for Two other Bridges, over the River Taff, will be shortly exhibited. COURTS LEET. (Q) OF IN THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE COURTS LEET of our SOVEREIGN LORD THE KING, and GENERAL COURTS BARON of SIR. CHARLES MORGAN, BARONET, LORD OF THE SAID MANOR, will be holden for the Manor of Wemlloog, with the sevetal Manors following, members thereof, VIZ :-Peucarn, Youlton, Cogan Pem. broke, Cogan Flemuiing, English Oowlais, Welsh Dow- lais, Ebbotii, alias Greenfield, Fitz John dje-la-Moor, Sutton Duffrin, Malpas Mendlegief, Redcasile, Saint Brides, Hencourt and Marshtield, on TUESDAY, the 30th Day of MAY instant, i.t the Dwelling-House of Mrs. Maria Lanning, Victualler, called the COACH AND HOITSFS, at,CAS'I'LP,'I'UwN. in the Parish of Marsiifield, at 11 o'Clock in the forenoon; when anti where the Tenants of, and Resciants within, the said Mauors, are requested to attend to do their suit and service. FREDERICK JUSTICE, Steward. Newport, May 16tl», 1S37. SIGHT RESTORED, NERVOUS HEAD- ACHE CURED. Under the Patronage of his Majesty, M. R. H. the Duchess of Kent, arid the Lords of the Treasury. A FEW WORDS TO THE AFFLICTED. HE innumerable testimonials ofcuresofCaiaract, -I.. Gutta-Serena, Ophthalmia, I nfiamrnation, Nervous Head Ache. Deafness, and other Diseases to which those delicate organs in eye and ear are subjected, are too numerous for the limits of this advertisement. This Suufl, when taken frequently, strengthens the Nerves of the Head, removes obstructions from the Lachrymal Sac or Duct, the menibrane of which is indeed a continuation of the Pituitary expansion within the Nostrils. Dr Guthrie, the eminent Surgeon, recommends Grnmstone's Eye Snuff. A FEW CASES. OF SIGHT RESTORED. J. n. Lachfield, Esq curcd of Ophthalmia Whitehall, aud Thachcd House Tavern. Mrs Guppy, No. 36, Nelson Square, Blackfriars Road; cured of Miss Mary Koadcs, Market Place, Winslow, Bucks; cured of Ophthalmia. Witnesses to her cure, Mr John Roades, father, and R. Walker, Esq., a magistrate. Mr A. M Intyre, aged 65, No. 3, Silver Street, Golden Square cured of Gutta Serena. H. Liston, Esq., Marine Library, Ramsgate, Kent- cured of Cataract. Mrs Burberow, cured while at Jamaica, of Gutta Serena No, 31, Mary Street, ltegeulls Park, London. Mr P. Saunderson, No. 10, Harper Street, Leeds; cured of Cataract. Mr H. Pluck,well, Tottenham House, Tottenham, Aliddiesex cured of Ophthalmia. Miss E. Engletield, Park Street, Windsor; cured of Nervous Head Ache. Madam F. Lespis, facing the Church, Park Street, Windsor; cured of Dimness of Sight, and Head Ache. Decimus Blackburn, Esq., Chertsey, Surrey; Head Ache, Weakness, and Dimness of Sight cured. George Smith, Esq., 6, York Place, Kentish Town; Weakness and Dimness of Sight cured by its use. Elizabeth Robson, 19 Bell Street, Edgeware Road, cured of Ophthalmia. James Roe, Esq., 3 Snuth Square, Gray's Inn, and 6, Camden Terrace, Solicitor; cured of Ophthalmia and Head liche. 19, Bell Street, Edgeware Road, March 23, 1836. To Mr GRIMSTONE Sir,—It is with feelings of gratitude I inform you of the great benefit I have received from the use of your valuable Eye Snuff. Being in the decline of life, and afflicted for a long time with Dimness of Sight. I was recommended by a friend to try your Snu^» which I no sooner persisted in the use of for a short period, then I fotmid a speedy improvement to my sight, and my eyes free from the pain to which they had been subject, and I stiil continue to use it with the greatest advantage. I have the honour to remain, Sir, Your obedient servant. ELIZABETH ROBSON. (A renewed Testimony. 2nd Jan. 1837.) Whitehall, 8th March, 1836, Mr GRIMSTONE, S'r»—I think it but justice that I should offer mv acknowledgements to you for the great benefit I have derived from the use of your most exquisite fragrant compound of Herbs, called Eye Snuff. Its action on the membrane of the nose, causing the lachrymal glands to discharge in a manner truly surprising, and by that means so cleansed the cornea, that my Eves became healthy, strong, and performed their wonted duties in a manner that I have not known the blessing of for six years. The renowned Dr. Gutherie recommended me to try your Eye Snuff, prior to my undergoing an operation; many thanks to him for his suggestion. Thanks to your invention, that operation will not be necessary. Sir, you have my permission to make this known in any manner you think best. I am Sir, your obedtent servant, J. B. LACHFIELD. P. S. Be pleased to send to the Thatched House Tavern, St. J imes's Street, a 4s. 4d. and two 2s. 4d Canisters. You can send the change in the parcel for the inclosed half-sovereign. 6, Camden Terrace, Kentish Town 18th Feb., 1837 Sir,-Iri sending for another 2s. 4d. canister of your very excellent Eye Snuff, I cannot refrain offering you my congratulations for discovering the valuable properties of the Herbs which form the materials of its manufacture. Mr Smith, of this village. (6. York Place, Kentish I own), having mentioned to me that he had used your Snuff with sucess, induced me to give it a trial. It would he uugrateful on my part not to confess the benefit I have dcrived from its use. A Dimness of Sight and frequent Headache, to which I have been long subjected, have completely ceased, although I have taken no more than three canisters. Sir, being a professional man, I find it particularly useful, and indeed to me necessary to have a canister at hand in my study. Your obedient servant, JAMES ROE. To Mr GRIMSTONE, Eye Snuff Inventor, Broad Street. Don G. Lobe, Consul, &C.&c., of the Havannah, Isle of Cuba. His appointment was granted, oy Don Pedro Ortiz Zugasti, Consul to the Court of Great Britain, 12th September, 12. Artillery Plaee, London. Don G. Lobe vends 2,500 cases yearly. His Orders and Letters of Testimony mav be seen in Spanish, and English, 39. Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London, Mr W. Grimstone's Signature with the above Royal Patronage, is attached to each Canister. Sold in Canisters, Is. 3d., 2s. 4d„ 4s. 4d.,8s., and ljs. 6d, each. It may be obtained in all the principal Towns and Cities. A liberal allowance to Shippers, Ow,leis> Captains, and all Vendors of Grimstone g Eye Snwff. Foreign and British Snuffs and Cigars of the finest qu*li,J' agents Merthyr Tydvil.—Mr David Morgan, Chemist. carmartiten.-imr Evans, Journal Office. ,su,ansea-N,lr Williams, Cambrian Office. Brecon.—Mr Williams, Chemist. Haverfordwest -,Nlr J. Phillips, Chemist. Cardigan.—Mr James. Chemist. Gloucester.—Messrs. Hodgetts and Spier. MOIlUlOuth.If r Hough. Hereford— Mr C. Anthony. Tunes Office: .r? Swansea and Neath Races. • r __r> *Ff»ST- BAY. I^HURSDAY, JULV 20,1837, the GLAMORGAN- SHIRE STAKES of TWENTY SOVEREIGNS each. Half forfeit, and trnly £ 5 if declared to Mr Weatherby, or the Secretary at Swansea, ou or before the 1st July, with £ 50 added. I'hree horses to start, or the public money will not be given. The Sccond H^rse to save his Stake. The Horses to he named to Mr Weatherbv, or the Secretary, on or before the 1st of June and Weight!! to be declared by the 21st, to be Handicap- ped by Mr Weatherby. PRESENT St BCRfBERS. R. D. Gough, J. N. Miers, F. Fredricks, J, J. Bristow, J. N. Lucas, Bowen Davies. J. H. Peel, A SWEEPSTAKES of FIVE SOVEREIGNS each, with £ 30 added 3 vear olds 7st. 7lbs.; 4 year olds Sst. 7lbs.; 5 year olds 9st.; C year olds and aged 9<t. ;},hs. Mares and Geldings ahowed S:bs. The winner of the Glamorganshire Stake* to carry 5lbs. extra. Heats once round. A SWEEPSTAKES of FIVE SOVEREIGNS each, with .[20 added, for Horses not thorouph-bred. Weights -3 year old 9st. 41bs.; 4 year olds JOst. 61bs. 5 year olds list. 6ibs 6 year olds and aged 12st. 4ibs. Two miles. Horses having won once in 1837 to carry 4:bs. extra; twice 7lbs. extra, Gentlemen Riders. The SCURRY STAKES of THREE SOVEREIGNS each, with £ 15 added, for Horses of all denominations. The winner to be sold for £ 50 if demanded in the usual way 3 year old, 8st, Slbs.; 4 years olds 9st. lOlbs,; 5 ye .r olds 10,,1. 91bs. 6 year olds and aged I lqt. 2ibs. To name and close for the. Sweepstakes and the Half- bred Stakes on the evening before the Races, at the Mackworth Arms, between the hours of six aud nine. A PURSE for PONIES. SECOND DAY, JULY 21. A PLATE of FIFTY POUNDS, for any Horse, Mare, or Gelding. 3 year olds 7st. Sibs., 4 year olds Sst. 7lbs.; 5 year olds gst. 6 year olds and aged 9st. 51b. The winner of a Gold Cup or £100, at any one time before-the time of starting, to carry 5lbs. extra. Mares and Geldings allowed 81bs. Entrance, One Sovereign, qr doable at the post. A H \NDICAP of FIVE SOVEREIGNS each, with £ 25 added, for the beaten Horses at these Races. Heats once round. A HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of FIVE SOVE- REIGNS each, with f20 added. Gentlemen riders. Heats. Once round and a distance. To name and close ou the evening of the first day's races. A PBIZE for PONIES. To name and close for the Plate and Hurdle Race on the evening of the first day's races, at the Bush lri: s between the hours of six and nine. RULES AND REGULATIONS. All- Stakes to be paid to the Clerk of the Races, before eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the day of running, or not entitled, though a winocr which money, together with the winnings, will be settled for the day after the Uaces. Each Horse to pay 10* 6d. for Scales, Weights, &e. and Entrance for the different Stakes, at the time of naming, to the Clerk of the Course,. and each winner One Guinea in addition. Tiie Horses to be entered on Wednesday preceding the Races with the Clerk of the Course, between the hours of six and iiine o'clock One Sovereign Entrance for the Plates, or Double at the Post. No Smith to. be allowed to plate any of the Running Horses, unless he be a Subscriber of One Juinea to the Racing Fund, or such Horse not entitled though a winner. Half an hour will be allowed between each Heat, at 1 '-fi u*rat'on wh'ch time those Horses that are reauv will be started. N'o persons except the Riders for the day's running, will ■ °Se,ln 'le, exe':utl0n of their duty on the Course, w ll be admitted w.thin the ropes on Horseback and all persons on foot wij] he r*>nnir*H l i j i required to retire behind the ropes immediately on the ringing of the BelI" for Sdd. dling, in order to prevent accidents. The Riders are particularly requested to name the colours they intend to ride in. and no alteration to be allowed, under a forfeiture of 10s. 6d. All disputes to he settled by the Stewards or whom they appoint, and all Rules applicable to Newmarket will be enforced here. The Horses to start each day precisely at twelve o'clock All Dogsfound on the Race Course will be destroyed. Ordinaries, Balls, &c. J. N. LUCAS, Esq. > 11. D. GOUGH. Esq.$Stewards, F. DALL1MORE, Clerk of the Course. N.B. The Stewards earnestly request that all Sub- ac..riplions to the Races may be paid at the Cambrian Office, or the Secretary, Swansea, on or before the 15111 July, 1837. i All persons desirous of erecting Booths, &c., on the Race Course, are to make personal application to Mr F. Dallnnore, Swansea. FRANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF C0P\1B\ A CERTAIN and MOST ^@ £ ^==5^ SPEKDY CURE for all IRK, afer tZt THRAL DISCHARGES,SP\#, 40/ S\ MODIC STRICTURES. l!!RI- TATION of the KIDNEYS^ IT BLADDER, URETHRA, and »i Ij'1 PROSTATE GLAND. A PdfTf J TESTIMONIALS. <A U| ji tf From JOSEPH HENRY GRF.EN, IBW YLFSC1 F.R.S., one of the Council l'| the RoyalCollegcof Surgeons, yj_>y Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospi- VaU and Professor of Surgery in King's College, London 1,1 have made trial of Mr.Franks* Solution of Copaiba a St. Thomas's Hospital, in a variety of cases, and the results warrant my stating, that it is as efficacious remedy, aud one which does not produce. í usual unpleasant effects of Copaiba. (Signed) «• JOSEPH HENRY GitEF.N. "46, Lincoln's Ina Fields, April 15, 1835." From BRANSBY COOPER. Esq., F.R.S.. Surgeon toGuv's Hospital, and Lecturer on Anatomy, &c. 11 Mr BRANnY COúPER presents his compliments tQ Mr GEORGE Franks), and has great pleasure in hear- ing testimony of the efficacy of his Solution of Copa.b* in Gonoirhaa, for which disease Mr COOPER has pre-! ,0n m ten or twelve cases with perfect success. r F romWl LLT Su R ng Garden&> April 18. 1SS5." Hoi born late Ho T1CH'Es<1''N°* 3' Furniv*1,s 'nn» Gre^nejstreet.H^/jE. '° great efficacy » testimony to i* time and »ri,V found it to cure in a much shoirtef any other benefit to tlle general health, than of„.„ mo°e treatment I know of; the generality menro t,^11 cured within a week from the com* nent of taking the Medicine, and aoane of them time ^an that. Have the goodness to send me another supply. I am, dear Sir, yours very truly, „ (S'GPEDJ •' WILLIAM HENTSCH. April 15, 1S35." Prepared only by George Franks, Surgeon, 90, Black- friars Road, London, and may be had of his agents, Barclay and Sons, Farringflon Street; Edwards, C,7, St, Paul's Church Yard; Thomas Butler, 4.. Cheapside. corner of St. Pauls; Sanger. 150, Oxford Street; John* ston, 6S, CornhiH Prout, 229, Strand, London Evans. I Son, and Co., 15. Fenwick Street, Liverpool; Mande, Weaver and Co. Wolverhampton; at the Medical Hall, 54, Lower Sackville Street, Dublin; of J. and R. Raimes, Leith Walk, Edinburgh and of all Whole! sale and Retail Patent Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom. Sold in bottles at 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and I Is. each, duty incladed. CAUTIOS.-To prevent imposition, the Honourable Commissioners of Stamps have directed the name of GEORGE FRANKS, Blackfriars Road," to be engraven on the Government Stamp. N.B.—Hospitals, and other Medical Charities, supplied as usual from the Proprietor. tjt Mr Franks may be consulted every day, as usual, until Two o Clock. LOCAL AGENTS :-G. PHILLIPS, Chemist, Cardiff, aDd D. MORGAN, Chemist and Druggist, Merthyr.