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MONMOUTHSHIRE, SOUTH WALKS, NEAR ABERGAVENNY- IMPORTANT INVESTMENT. uH:t/i:!lD!lt: ø [pœ[I! AND TREDILLIAN FREEHOLD ESTATES FOR SALE, IN ONE OR TWO LOTS, The Property of the late Capt. Ellis, deceased. E. PRITC, lARD, WILL HAVE THE HONOUR OF SUBMITTING dFov £ alc bp ftitctiow, On TTIS I) \Y, JCLY IldJ, precisely at On* u'c ook in ihe .4ftern)oa. t-e A NGlil/ HOl L, AB bl!G A VLNN Y, (unless previously disposed of bv Private Contract, of which timely notice will be uiven,) I.OT 1. LI, that trtily admired and delightful FREE- A HOLD K ST ATE, called 1' C Y D E K FAKK.com- JHiillg a highly respectable and convenient Mansion, with suitable Offices, in good repair, situated in the centre of a Park, and surrounded by a luxuriant Shrub- bery, Grounds ornamentally and profitably wooded. Orchards. Fish Ponds, Walled Kitchen and Flower Gardens,a Lodge and Cottage, proiitic Arable, Pasture, and Meadow I and, consisting of about 86A. 2R. 27P. Thii agreeable retreat is thus described by the Rev. W. Cox, in his Standard History of the County ■•The neighbourhood of Abergavenny abounds with delightful situations. and one of the most delightful is Twy Dee, which stands at a distance of a mile from the Town, to the south of the road leading to Ross. The House and Grounds occupy the brow and sides of a j»-ntle rise, which gradually slopes to the banks of the Usk part of Abergavenny, surmounted by the Tower and the Church, appears sweeping round the foot of the Derry; the semicircle of Mountains from the Great Skirrid to the Blorange, contrasted in their height, shape, and colour, swell from the Vale, and are peculiarly dis criminated. This spot exhibits the striking characteris- tics of a Monmouthshire view, where the extremes of -wildness and fertility are like the colours of a picture blended into each other, the effect is different, but equally pleasing in Spring ano Autumn; in Spring, the intermixture of Corn. Pasture and Wood, form a mantle of verdure, which gradually becomes less vivid until it harmonises with the ruffled tops of the Mountains In Autumn, the different hues are strongly opposed, and form a more variegated though less harmonious picture." This is not the novel strain of fairy tales without foun- dation, or the puff of an Auctioneer, but the language of a strict observer, influenced by the Claudelike Scenery of this renowned and celebrated little Domain. Indeed this ELYSl\N ABODE, commanding the extensive and ENCHANTING PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE USK meandering through its fertile vale, encircled by the Noble Amphitheatre of the Welsh Mountains in perspective, and enriched with every comfort and luxury which a rich soil, finely watered, can produce, renders it the admira- tion of every beholder. The one approach to this little Paradise is protected by a Lodge of the prettiest style, and in good repair; beside which, embosomed in the Park, is a Romantic and pleasant Cottage and Garden,tastefully arranged, situated in a cluster of majestic oak, and fit for the residence of a small Genteel Family, or an AM ATKUTt OF FISHING OR SHOOTING, ot the retired Habitation of the Studious Man. LOT 2. A COMPACT AND DESIRABLE FARM, called TRKDILLIAN, adjoined the preceding Lot, with an excellent House, and all necessary Buildings, and about 76 v. 2K. 9P. of rich Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Laud, within a mile and a half of Abergavenny, where the produce will always meet with a ready sale from its contiguity (five mile» to the Iron Works. The whole, comprising 1(.3 Acres, or thereabouts, is situated within a King Fence, and together with the Mansion, Cottage, and Lodge, lets for the low suiu of i:fi:1 ;,er aunum, The neighbouring Mountains abound with Grouse, and the whole country affords excellent shooting. The famed Usk and other acjaceut Rivers, whose' murmuring riliti invite the followers of Walton, yield an abundant supply ot Silmon and Trout Two Packs of Honnds are kept in the neighourhood. Coais and Lime remarkably cheap. Taxes low. The London Mail and numerous other Coaches pass through Abergavenny daily. Particulars, with Lithographic Plans. may be obtained, 21 days previous to the Sale. at the Beaufort Arms Inn, Monmouth; Castle Hotel, Brecon Mine Inn. Hereford King's Head Inn, Newport; Bush Inn, Bristol; York Hotel, Bath; Plough Hotel. Cheltenham; Commercial Rooms, Liverpool at the Office of Mr James Birch, Solicitor, 6, Great Winchester Street, Broad Street, London; and the Auctioneer, Abergavenny; or of W. Ellis, Esq. Tuy Dee, who will, on application, shew the Estate, Sic. YALE OF GLAMORGAN. 1:0 fce SolO ibr- auction, By Mr THOMAS WATKINS, t> Aiuni pp RMS INN. C A RDlFF, on S ATUR- ',D,;hFLyo(%NK.18»,Th„«»'C,ock i„ the Afternoon, precisely, (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then produced :) A FREEHOLD FARM, called SIVELDON KACH, situate in the Parishes of Caira and Saint Fa-'an's.containing 52A. 1 P. 26P. of very valuable Meadow, Pasture, and Arabic Land, in the occupation of Mr Ev A N HOPKINS. 'the Farm, with the exception of lA. 2R.37P. is in a Ting fence, most beautifully situated, and commanding extensive views of Cardiff, the Bristol Channel, Somersetshire Coast, &e. &c. It is distant Four Miles from Cardiff, and Fight from Cowbridge; bounded on the N'oith, by the Turnpike Road leading from Cardiff to Cowbndge; on the East, by Lands belonging to the Chapter of Llandaff, aud C. K. K.Tynte, Esq.; ou the Wet. by the Public Road from Cardiff toWenvoe; and on the South, by the Lands of H. F. Jennet", Esq, The greater part of the Land consists of rich deep Mould, and the remainder affords excellent Pasture for Sheep and Cattle. There is also Limestone on the Farm, and an excellent Stone Quarry. FroIO its locality also, and beauty of situation, the purchase would be a most desirable one to any Gentleman wishing to Build. Further particulars may be obtained, and a Map of the Farm seen, at the Office of Mr E. 1. Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff. Letters to he post paid. Cardiff, May 30, 11)37, BRECONSHIHE, SOUTH WALES. CAPITAL FREEHOLD MANSION & ESTATE ifor Salr, IN THE VALE OF USK. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr HUGH JONES, At the CAMDEN ARMS HOTEL, in the Town of BRECON, on WEDNESDAY, the 12 th day of J U LY next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, in Lots, Ail that CAPITAL FREEHOLD MANSION HOUSE and ESTATE, called LLANTHETTY HALL, together with the adjacent Farms of Bwlch- v-wain' Pant-v-fvnnon and Caehendry, situate in the Parish of LLAN'THETTY, and containing together about 370 Acres. Llantlietty Hall is delightfully situated on the hanks of the River Usk, eight miles from the County Town of Brecknock, and six from the Market Town of Crickhowell; peculiarly well adapted for sporting or fishing, on one of the first Trout and Salmon streams in the kingdom; the adjacent rides and walks, many miles in extent, chiefly private and belonging to the domain, through romantic woods and pic- turesque scenery, command some of the most beauti- ful views in the Principality. The Mansion House itself is constructed with a strict regard to every convenience that the comforts of the Proprietors, during it long occupation, could possibly suggest, and consists of an Entrance Hall, Dining and Drawing Rooms and Library, five best Bed Rooms, Servants' Rooms, Attics, &c. Kitchen, Servants' Hall, Laundry, hot and cold water Baths, Scullery and other Offices, excellent Wine and other Cellars, Coach Houses, Stab.itig, dc. with a plentiful supply of water in every department. The Demesne surrounding the House consists of excellent Land, principally Meadow and Pasture, with great facility for irrigation and cultivation, and the Turnpike Road, leading from Crickhowell to Brecknock and the Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal, pass through the Est^e- The adjacent Farms of Bwlch-y-wain, Pant-y- fvnnon and Caehendry, furnished with comfortable and substantial Farm Houses, and convenient Out- buildings attached, are very improvable and there is an extensive right of common, ou the neighbouring h lis, attached to the Estate. From the circumstance ot tllcrc b^'n^d'rcct com- munication to the Mineral Districts by C „al a|M, Railway, the material articles of Coal and Lime are procured at all unusually moderate rate, and a ready market insured for the Agricultural produce. The whoie is situated in a country aboundwg with Game, and from its contiguity to the hi s, a or s facilities to the Sportsman seldom to be equa e. The Parochial Rates are very moderate, and the Land Tax redeemed. Printed particulars, with a Map of the Estate, will be ready for delivery on the 15th June next, and may be procured of the Auctioneer; or at the Offices of Messrs. Bell and Co., 9, Bow Church Yard, London; Messrs. Jones, Powell, and Ive3, Brecon; and Mr tylfttQuatQp, Mertbyr Tydvil, Glamorganshire; to ^ujitlPPIications are to be made, (if by letter, GLAMORGANSHIRE. BOROUGH OF MELITHYR TYDFIL. VALUABLE [[ LWJ @ [1, [ill [PMEPIMT. o be SoltJ by ftuctton, By Ir JOIl JOE, At the ST A R IN V.M R RTH V (I. on T('I-'SDkY, tue 13th Day of J UN K., Itf-i", between the hours ot Five and Sevrn in the Afternoon, subject to the conditions then to be produced, ALL those SIX WF.LL-BUILT MESSUAGES or DWELLING HOUSES, in thorough repair, with G A H DI'.NS and other desirable conveniences thereto belonging together with a large Oven, and Wc'ls of ex- ceeding zood wafer, never known to he dry, the Property oft lie late Itrq. \Iarv Davis, deceased; situate opposite the Rethe«da Chapel, and on the frilln Z,) ii,e Works, Ceiencoeiiycymer, ice.. where there is an e:<:en stve traffic. The above Premises may, at a trif.ing expense, be converted into Shops and i ublic Houses. The said Premises are Let to Respectable Tenants, a: %ery L,)w tlclits, atiio(intitig lily to f-il per Atiiitv"i, atill are held under a Lease for the Term of 99 Years, of which fit are now unexpired, at the Low Yearly Ground Rent of £ 10^. 2d. Further particulars may he obtained by application, postpaid, to the Auctioneer, G!ebeland, Merthyr. Juiie lst, 1337. IT m&M -5. SMELTERS AND OTHER MANUFACTURERS In Iron and Steel. VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES. to be olÏ)', ríbittt Contract, SEVERAL valuable ESTATES, including1 a lIum- ber of rich and extensile CO A L and lHOS MINKS; the surface of the Soil round the latter containing im- mense masses of the finest Kidney Ole, in the vicinity of some of the mot flourishing and populous Towns of that State, with Railroads, Turpike Roads and Canals, which furnish easy Outlets to any part of the United States. Particulais may he obtained of Mr II. W. Bull, SoJicitor, u, 2j, lily Place Holborn, London, to whom letters, (post paid) may be addressed. VALUABLE LANDS, IN LEWIS COUNTY, Iii the Vicinity of the Oluo River, WESTERN VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, Nor S:a1e, bil 13cibate Contract. • LOT 1. A PLOT OF LAND, contain? 5000 Acres, sub- divided into 3'2 Farms, each of lr>0 Acres, or ihereabonis, lying oil the left bank of the navigable Little Kanawha River, a branch of the Great Ohio. LOT 2. A PLOT OF LAND, containing 2000 Acres, sub. divided into 9 Farms, of 2-2 Acres each, on the batiks of Hughes's Kiver, a navigable branch of the Little Kanawha, LOT 3. AXOTHKH PLOT OF LIN!), containing 25(50 Acres, subdivided into 16 Farms, each of I GO Acres, situate near the improving Towns of Weston and Westfield, on the Horn, Cove, and Leading Creeks, branches of the Little Kanawha. LOT 4. AOTHER PLOT-OF L\NI>. containing 3350 Acres, subdivided into 1H Farms, of from 100 to 290 Acres 11" each, lying on the Wale: a of Freeiiian's Creek, a branch of the Monongahela Kiver. LOT 5. ANOTHER PLOT OF LAND, containing 2900 \cres, subdivided into 9 Farms, of from 2SO to 890 Acres each, lying on the bauks of Hughes's Itivei-, Pefore de. scribed. LOT C-. ANOTHER FLOT OF LAND, containing 2720 Acres, subdivided into 16 Farms, of 170 \cres each, lying on Leading Creek, a nJ nearly contiguous to Lot 4. The above Plots of Land, for the most part. clothed with fine growing Timber, the sale of which will more than cover the expense of clearing, are centrally situated, in a healthy climate, between the thriving Towns of Middlehouru. Clarksburg, Parkersburg, Weston, Beverley, Westfield, Elizabeth Town, and Bull's Town. They are well watered, and are capable of at small expense brought illto a high state of cultivation. Be- sides the valuable productions yielded bv the soil, these lands are also admirahly adapted for Stock raising. The products of the numerous thriving Farms in this neigh bouihood are, Indian Corn, Wheat, Barley, Oats, I, ye, Beans, Buckwheat, Hemp, Flax, Cotton, and Tobacco. Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Turnips, Pompions. Melons, Cabbages, Beets, and every Garden Vegetable peculiar to England. Abundant supplies of indigenous and exotic Grapes, and all European Fruits, of an improved flavour, grow upon the soil, and every Farmer is able to manufacture Sugar from the Maple, sufficient to supply the wants of his family, indigenous orchards of this Tree abounding in almost every hollow, and on every water course, in Western Virginia. The neighbouring Forests also yield the White and Black Walnut, Acorns, Chestnuts. Hickory and Hazle Nuts, and nutritious roots, upon which the Hogs of the Farm fatten in the autumn. The Live Stock comironly raised are Horses, Mules, Neat Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, and Poultry of every descrip- tion, equal to any in the world. The Plots are of easy access, lying near to main roads and navigable streams communicating with the above Towns, thereby affording the greatest facility for the sale of all marketable produce. Upon the various rivers of this County are situate extensive Manufacturing Mills, Stores, and Salt Works, where the Agriculturist may be supplied with building materials, domestic requisites, and all implements of husbaudry. upon the most mouerate terms. The Titles, which have been recently examined, and certified to be correct, by the Registrar of the Laud Office in Virginia, are deduced from the original State Grants to the present Proprietor. Abstracts of these Titles will be furnished to persons desiring to purchase, and they will not be required to pay their purchase monies until they, or their respective Solicitors, shall have approved of the same. A concise description of the Counties, Towns, Villages, and other places delineated on the Nlap is subjoined but, persons requiring further and more extensive information, will find it in a little work upon Virginia, which has been compiled wnh much care, from the most authentic sources, and has been recently published, price Three Shillings, by Mr* Edward Bull, of Holies Street, Cavendish Square, and may be had of all Booksellers. Mr. Henry Bull, of No. 25, Ely Place, London, Solicitor, is authorised by the Proprietor to treat for the Sale) of whom Particulars may be obtained, and with whom the Titles are deposited. Particulars may also be obtained of Mr. Leifchild, Land Surveyor, and Auctioneer, Loihbury j and at Garraway's. and the Auction Mart. May, 1S37. VALE OF GLAMORGAN. So be ortJ 1)1? licibitt, Contract, THE PERPETUAL ADVOVVSON, or the NEXT PRESENTATION to the Rectory or Parish Church of LANHARRY; consisting of a Parsonage House, Barn, Stables, Outbuildings, and Yard, and about ]8 Acres of rich Glebeland, in part adjoining the house and yard. The Parish con- tains about 1,400 Acres of good Land; the present Incumbent advanced in life. The Titties at present let at a Low Rent, and the estimated value of the living, exclusive of the Glebe, £ "3(jD. It has only single duty, and is under value in the King's books. A small Grass Farm, with a suitable Dwelling House and Outbuildings, will be Sold with the Ad- vowson, if desired by a purchaser. There are Two excellent Packs of Harriers in the immediate neighbourhood. Further particulars may be had, on application to Mr Cuthbertson, Solicitor, Neath, (if by letter, the postage to be paid.) o be ilet, UealJt-) JFurntshe*, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, ULAMMU&H CASTLE, A COMFORTABLE MANSION, lately occupied by A the LOUD BISHOP of LLANIM11 F. It is situated about a mile fioin tie wt supplied Market Town of Cowbiidge, through which the Mail and other coaches pass daily. A- Attached to the Castle are A"e* of rich MEADOW LAND, of which possession will be given, on the Second day of August nex r For further particulars, app y 1M1,, e^w°od, Solicitor, Cowbridge if by letter the postage to be paid W åJ1@ NOTICE IS HEREBY given, that theDL UECl'OKS WILL at their Office at CARDIFF, on or before IL ESI AY, the 6th of JUNE, at 12 o'clock. TENUKKS tor the execution of the tollowiug Work :— CONTRACT, No. 4. Being the construction of a SLOne Rridge across the River Taff. near Melin Grilhth. Drawings and Speciti- cations of the above Works, are now exbibucd at the Company's Office, at Maetidy.near ar The Directors will not consider themselves bound to accept the Lowest Tender, and they expect the several parties to attend at the Office, at Cardiff, on the 6th of June* JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. N. B. Drawings and Specifications for Two other Bridges, over the Kiver T.lH', will he shortly exhibited, TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, (f) Q):.£t u1 ill.£!. (šJ f21 CDll3fJ NEWPORT DOCK. lENDEns WILL BE RECEIVED at the NEWPORT DOCK OFFICE, for the SUPPLY and « DELIVF.ltY of TIMBER upon the Dock Piemises, of the following deception, viz:— About 7 000 feet run, of Beech. Elm or Larch Piles, from 15 to 20 feet lona, from 10in. t0 )2in. diameter. —— 10,000 feet super, of 4ill. Beech, Elm or Pine Plank, in lengths from 7 to 20 Wt. —— (j 000 feet cube, of Beech, or Elm Scantlings, from 20 to 40 feet long, from lOin. to 12ill, square. —— 4.000 feet super, of 2'in. ¡;;ga Plank, in lengths of -V7 feet. 1,600 feet super, of 2.jin. ditto ditto 2fi feet. —— 300 feet SUPcl" 2in. Oak Plank, in lengths from 30 to 32 feet. Ft. I ii. No. 8 Pieces of Oak Scantlings, 38 fi long IB by 18 } e», i — 4 ditto 27 6 18 by IS S Tn. In. — fi ditto 23 6 12 by 201 in the middle, and 12 by 18 at each end.* — (j ditto 28 12 hy 18 iitt() 1.2 by 15,,1 (iitt 2s — 13 by ,s ditto 1:1 bv 15} — 6 ditto '28 l") — 14 by 18 ditto 14by l-r»i — 10 ditto 2, fi IS hy IS li.,t( 1 15 22 into. 2s — 17 by Ib .dino. 17 hy 15} — G ditto 28 G — 1<> hy 18 .diu, Hi by L")} • The whole of these to have a bend ot Ten Inches from a straight line. f'ditlo.29 G — HihyJö throughout with a bend of 8 inches. — 4 ditto U 0 — 14 hy 18 atone end 14 by at the other ) — 4 ditto 9 6 14 hy 18 ..ditto M by I5t ditto..$b 12 ditto 4 0 — 14 by 18 ditto. straight. G. dino 29 6 — 4 by 4 ditto. ditto, A quantity of Traniroad Sleepers Wanted, Cii feet lone, 6 hy 3 inches. Further particulars may be had at this Office, or at the Office of Itr William Armstrong, Engineer, Bristol. Tenders to be delivered at the Dock Office, on or before Saturday, the 17th June next. (By Order) Newport. Dock Office, 26:h May, 1837. J. C\L[INS PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of t Chancery, made in a calise, wherein Bryan Holme and another, are the Plaintiffs, and Susan Williams and others, are Defendants, the Creditors of "ichard Wvndham Williams, late of Cardiff, in the C nintv of Glamorgan, Gentleman, who died on the 23rd Mav. 1836, are forthwith 'o come in and prove their Debts, before Henry Martin, Esq., one of the Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers in Southamp- ton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London; or, ill dcfaub thereof, they will be excluded the benefit of the said decree. TO ALEXANDER JONEri, ES^UIUE, Clerk of the Peace of the County of Monmouth. WE, whose names are hereunder written, being three of bis Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the Countv of Monmouth, acting for the Division of Chepstow, in the said County, DO HEREBY GIVE YOU NOTICE, That a motion will he made to the Court at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be held in &nd for the. said County of Monmouth, at USK, in the aid County, on MONDAY the Twenty-sixth day of JIIN-F next, pursuant to the Statute made. and parsed in the seventh year of the reign of his Majesty King William the Fourth, entituled An \ct for rendering more easy the taking the Poll at County Elections that a Petition be presented to his Majesty from the Justices assembled at such Quarter Sessions, representing that the number of Polling Places for the said County are in- slIfficient; and praying his Majesty, by and with the advice of his Majesty's Privy Council, to declare that the Town of Cheustow, in the said County of Monmouth, shall he an additional Polling Place for the said County of Monmouth, and that the Justices of the Peace for the said County, in Quarter as in the said Act tylenlioried, shilli, coitforiiiihlv to the said Act, assign the following Parishes and places as aconve a nient Polling District to such Polling Place, namely, Chepstow, Hardwick, Howick, Itton, Mathern, Mounton, Kilgurrug, Penterrv, Saint Aryan's, Dinham, Llanvair Discoed, JJewchurch East. Newchuich West, Shirenew tot) Village End. Shirenewton Parish End, Caerwent, Crick, Cahlicot, Porteskewith, Saint Pierre, Ruustone, Chapel Hill, and Tintern. Dated Jhis Eighteenth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven. THOMAS LEWIS, N. W-KLI.S, WILLIAM CUltHE. These are to certify that the above Notices will be taken into consideration at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be held in and for the County of Monmouth, at Vsk, in the said County, on Monday the Twellly-sixth thy of June next, being the day therein mentioned. Dated the Thirty-first day of May, one thousand eight huudred and thirty-seven. ALX. JONES, Clerk of the Peace. GLAMORGANSHIRE jyrOT/CE TS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the said County will be hnhlen Ou TUESDAY, the TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY of JUNE Next, At the Town-hall, in the Town of NEATH, in the said County, on which day the Magistrates will meet and pro eeed to Court at Eleven of the clock in the Forenoon. The Grand Jury will then he sworn, at which timeall Prosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend and prefer their Bills of Indictment. All Appeals attd Traverses must be entered with the. Clerk of ihe Peace before eleven o'clock of such day. All business relating to the assessment, application, or management, of the County Stock or Hate, and to the internal regulations of the County, icill commence at half- past eleven o clock of such day. All Bills and Demands relating to the Public Expenditure of the County must be delivered into the office of the Clerk of the Peace fourteen days before the Sessions, or they will not be audited and settled at such Sessions. All Persons who have any Traverse or Appeal to bring before the Sessionx, are to be prepared to proceed on the same on Tuesday morning's Court ex- cept in cases relating to Bastardy, which will not be heard until Wednesday morning's Court. All costs, given or allowed by the Court, must be tared at the same Sessions, or they will not be afterwards allowed. The several acting Magistrates within the said County are re- quested to return all Depositions, relating to Felonies and Misdemeanors to be prosecuted, at the same Sessions. into the ojfice of the Clerk of the Peace at Cardiff, on or before Friday, the Twenty-third Day of June next. Cardiff, :30th May, WOOD, 1837. Clerk of Peace. MONMOUTHSHIRD. J\fOTICE is hereby given, that the NEXT J-V GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE, for the County of Monmouth, will be held at the Town Hail in USK, on MONDAY, the TWENTY-SIXTH day of JUNE, 1837, and that the Court will sit at 1 welve o'clock at noon, when the Chief Constables and Bailiffs are to attend, and I answer to their names, or, in default thereof, they will be fined. The Court will then immediately proceed with all b/i/'iess relating to the assessment, application, and manage- ment of' the County stock, or rate, or any fund or funds, used or applied in aid thereof, and make orders fyr payments, and consider and dIrect the Generul nUSllles. of the County. All Bills and Demands relating to the Public Expen diture of the County must be delivered into the office of the Clerk of the Pence fourteen days before the Setshns, or they will not be settled and allowed at such Sessions. A nd all appeals and traverses and (ipplieatioyiyfor Orders in Bastardy must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace before 12 o'clock on the second day of the Sessions. At half-past Vine, on Tuesday,the Twenty Seventh June, the (;rand and Petit Juries will be called over, and are to a,& swer to their tiames, or in default thereof they will be Jined; and all persons bound by recognizances are to attend, as the Court will proceed to try Appeals, Traverses, and Indict- ments for Felonies, and transact the other business of the Sessions. It is ordered that all convictions and recognizances, and all informations and depositions, shall be delivered or trans- mitted. oil of before the Friday previous to each Sessions into the office of the Clerk of the Peace. All costs allowed by the County must be ta.red at the same Sessions, or they will not afterwards be allowed. Usk, -29th Slay, JONES, iy;37. Clerk of the Peace. BBBCONSHIRB. l\TO TICE IS HEREBY GIVE V, that the next 1V GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for this County, will be holden On TUESDAY, the TWENTY-SEVENTH day of JUNE Next, at the Shire-hall, in the town of Brecon on which day the Magistrates will meet ana proceed to Court at eleven o'clock 'in the forenoon. The Grand Jury will then be sworn at which time all i rosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend and pre fer their Bills of Indictment; and all Appeals and Traverses intended to be prosecuted at the same Sessions, and notice of all applications by Overseers or Guardians of Parishes, for orders upon putative fathers, for reimbursement jor maintenance and support of bu.'tard children, under the Act ith and oth W illium IV. cap 76. must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace, before the sitting of the Court. NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, That at the stid next General Quarter Sessions of the Peac;, the Magistrates will take into consideration the severe!applications received for the situatio < of Governor of the County Gaol,and make such order thereon as to them shall seem Jit' NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, That all persons having claims upon the County, in respect f the tf of work done and articlcsfw nished for the use of the County CrlOl. must attend with their accounts before the Visiting Magistrates, at the Caul, on Tuesday, the 20th day of June next, at eleven 0 clock in the forenoon; and persons having other claims upon the County, must attend with their accounts before the Magistrates, at the Town Hall, Breco/l, (In Monday, the Twenty-Sixth day of June next. at eleven o'clock iajhe Forenoon, when such several accounts will be audited. And further, that the business relating to the Assess- ment, Application and Management of the County Stock or Rate will commence at two o'clock in the afternoon of the said ilth day of June next. Dcited the Nth day of May, lrS7. POWELL, C-ier/t of thi Fiuce, h1 (-j,/ ¡-¡.I IÇ:' -I!} ,-r;:t >I-{J 9 SEVERAL POMES, HALF ARABIAN,bred at Aberpergwm, near Merthyr Tydvil. Apply to Mr George Harbottle: if by Letter, post paId. i £ t yy -—— WANTED, in nn Attorneys Office, a YOUNG M AN, capable of Writing a Good Hand. Application (if by Letter, postage paid,) to be made to Mr Whiie, SallOner.Ierthyr TyJJi', SY!lfJ W iL'iJt'JL'ilJLX RICHARD WILLIAMS, Auctioneer and Land Valuer, Aberdare, BEGS very respectfully to offer his services as a VALf'Fit OF TITHES, under the Com- mutation Act. His long experience in Agricultural business, and his acquaintance with the various swils of this and tfie adjoining Counties, give him confidence that he will be able to afford satisfaction in the above capacity, and also is the new Rating of Parishes under the recent Act, Pant y cerdiiien, Aberdare. May ]5.18:)1, WANTED TO BORROW 45^00 AT F,VE PER CEVT»on ,he Revcr- si>iiary Interest of Money in the Funds, and Freehold Property in the Town of Cardiff, falling into possesion on the death of a person aged 65. For further particulars, apply, if by Letter, post paid, to Mr J. H. Langley, Solicitor, Cardiff. GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL NAVIGATION". IVrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the AN- NUAL GEVEIUL ASSEMBLY of the CO.V1PANV of PROI'lUETOKS of this NAVIGATION, will be held at the CAUDIFF AUMS INN, in the Town of CARDIFF, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th Day of JUNE next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon. Gi-OUG E FO Hit EST, Clerk to the said Company. Navigation House, 22d May, 1837. KINGTON UNION. To Constables and Others. TTtTTLLl A M IIOWELLS, of ihe Parish of GLAS- v T COMB, in the County of RAPNOH, Labouier, has ABSCONDED, leaving his wife aud children chargeable to that Parish. The said William Howells is a native of Shropshire; his dialect is peculier to that Coun y lie is between 30 and 35 years of age has a fair complexion stoops in his manner of walking; and in height is about 5 feet 10 inches. Whoever will appre- hend and britiz the said William Howells befoie the Magistrates, at Kington, in the County of Hereford, shall he handsomely rewarded, by applying to the Clerk of the Union. Kington 25th 1837. TO IRON FOUNDERS & OTHERS. rpHE SWANSEA WATER WORKS COM PAN Y I are now ready to HECKIVE TEN I) K liS for vari- ous sized Cast Iron 1'ipes, according to the drawings; particulars and specifications of which may he seen, on application at Mr Jackson Price's Office, Goat Street, Svvansea. The Tenders to be signed, sealed and delivered, on or before the 10th n<st. and all communications to be addressed to the Directors of the Swansea \Vater Works Swansea, June 1, 1537. TT(E) Æ\1Q) @1rj}{!illIffio ALL Persons des'0"8 obtaining BUILDING LEASES, for WORKMEN'S HOUSES, in the Town of VICTOIUA, adjoining the Lower Ebbw Vale Iron Works, for a Term of 98 Years, may know the Terms and Conditions, Inspect the Plans, and obtain all necessary information, on application to Messrs Hopkins and Sons. Civil ngineers, on the spot, on and aft', r Friday, the 9th instant. The Blast Furnaces are now in course of erection, the Mines are being opened, and other Works arc in progress. Sigued, on behalf of t >p Directors of thc Monmouth, shire Iron and Coal Company, J- J. SKINNER. Secretary. Lower Ebbw Vale Iron Works, near Newport, J MonmoutlisMrc> June 3, 1837. DRECOXSHiRE. POLLING DISTRICTS. WHEREAS, by an Act passed in the seventh year of the 1'eign of tiis present Majesty, intituled An \c( for more easy the taking of the Poll, at County Elections," it 's enacted, that it shall he lawful for His Majesty, by and with the advice of his Privy Council, from time to time, on Petition from the Justices of anv Coun'.V. hiding. Parts, or Division, in England or Wales, in Quarter Sessions assembled, representing that the Of Polling Places for such County, Kiditiir, Parts, or Division, is insufficient, and praying that the place or places meniion"d in Like said Petition may be a Polling Place, or Polling Places, for the County, Hiding, Parts, or Division, of the County, within which such 1 lace or Places is or are situate, to declare that any place or places mentioned in the said Petition shall be a Polling Place, or Polling Places, for that County. Killing, Parts, or Division, and that the Justice's of the Peace for such County. Killing, Farts or IJIY¡"n, in Quarter Sessions, or some Special Sessions, assembled, as mentioned in the Act passed in the third year of the !lein of his present Majesty, intituled An Act to settle and determine the Divisions of Counties, and the limits of Cities and Boroughs in England and Wales, in so far as respects the Election of Members to serve in Pari iament," shall, conformably to the said last men- tioned Act, divide such County- Hiding, Parts, or Division, with convenient Polling Districts, and assign one of such Districts to eacii Polling Place. AND WHEREAS the Justices of the Peace of the Countv of Brecon, in Quarter Sessions assembled, at the Shire Hall, in the Town of Brecknock, in the said County, on Tuesday, the 4th day of April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven, piesented their Petition to his Majesty, representing <hat the number of Polling Plaees for the County of Brecon, were insufficient and therefore praying that the Town 01 Brecknock, the Village of Devynnock, the Town ot Hay, tne Town of Talgarth, the town of Crickhowed, and the Town of Bnilth, in the said County ot Brecon, might be Polling Places for the said Countv. AND WHEREAS, 1 fis Majesty having taken the said Petition into consideration, dl,i, il.v an onkr in Council, dated the 19th day of Apiil. pursuant to the said ,\ct, of the 7th year of his Reign, by aud with the advice of his Privy Council, declare, on er, and direct, that the said places mentioned in the said 1 etition, namely, the Town of Brecknock, the Village of Devynnock, the Town of HdVi the Town pr! l',e ^lown of Crickbowell, and the Town of Builtb, in the said County of Brecon, shall be Polling l't-'ces. tor the said County of Urecon; and further, that the Justices of the Peace for the said County, assembled in Quarter Sessions, or some Special Sessions, as mentioned in the said Act. of the 3rd year of his Majesty's ««'• S l0ul1d' "ntonnahly to the said last mentioned Act, divide thc said County into convenient Polling Districts, and assign one of such Districts 10 each Polling Place NOTICE IS ilp, p, Y GIVEN, that at the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for this Countv, whirh will be holden in and for the said Countv, on TUESDAY, the 27th day of JUNE next, at the SHI (E HALL, in the Town of the Magistiates will, in pursuance of the said order in Council, and conformably to the last mentioned Act, proceed to divide the said County into convenient l olling Districts, and assign one of such Districts to each of the said Polling Plaees. IS37. fat;d this 24th day of May, f lOW ELL, Clerk of the Peace, [DUTY FREE,] I THE Undersigned, being' the duly authorised 9 Agent <>t Sir Charles Morgan, Baronet, and the Hev. Lichard Davics, Archdeacon of Brecon, Tithe Owners within the of M ARY. within the Parish of Saint John the 1 Cvangelist in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One fourth pprt of the whole value of the. Tithes of the said Chapelry, Do, bv this Notice, in writing under my hand, C LL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of" Land Owners and lithe Owners within the limits of the said Chapelry, for the purpose of making an Agreement ior the General Commutation of Tithes within the limits of the said Chapelry, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the 6:h and 7th Years of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled An \ct for the Commutation of Tithes in England and 'Vale. And, I do lie-retly aho give Notice, that such Meeting will be held at the B EEL HOI EL, in the said Chapelry of Saint Mary's, in the Borough of Brecon, on the TWENTY SECOND Day of JUNE next, at the hour of ELEVEN in the Forenoon. Given under my hand. this Eighteenth day of Itay, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Seven. PHILIP VAUGHAN. [DUTY FREE.] B THE Undersigned, being the duly authorised -9 Agent of Sir Charles Morgan. Baronet, and the Reverend ichard Davies, Archdeacon of Brecon, Tithe Owners, within the Parish of Saint John the Evangelist, in the County of Brecon, whose interest is I not less than Olle FOHrth part of the whole vallie of the Tithes of the said Parish, D >, by this Notice, in writing under my hand. CALL A PAROCHIAL .MEETING of Land Owners and Tithe Owners, within the limits of the said l arish, for the purpose of inakinl4 an Agreement tor the General Commutation of 1 it lies, within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the provisions of an .\ct passed in the 6 h and 7th Years of the reign of his present \1 ai,.sty intituled, An Act for the Commutation of Tithes ill England and Wales." And I do hereby -i so give Notice, that such Meeting will be hed at the STAR INN, in the said Parish of Saint John the Evangelist, in the Bor >ngh of BRECON, on WEDNES DAY. the Twenty First day of JUNE next, at the hour of Eleven in the Forenoon- Given under my hand, this Ejghteenrh dav of May, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Seven. PHILIP VAUGHAN. I THE Undersigned, being the dilly authorised 7 Agent of the Marquis Camden, and Rev. J.hn Jones,Tithe Owners within the Hamlet ofMOi). RID D. in the Parish of LL WSPYTH ED, 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 rilinz under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING fit LAND OWVERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Hamlet, FOR the PURPOSE of MAKING an AG RE EM K VT for the GENERAL COMMUTATION of Tl rH ES 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 nresent Majesty, intituled An Act for the C >ni- | mutation of 'Tithe- in England ami Wales." And DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will tie held at the CHA PEL, of PONTES TILL, in tlw said Hamlet, on IHUlO.DAY. the 15th day o! JUNE next, at the hour of TWI) 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. C.ij;e dcwi. MORRIS SAYCE. I THE undersigned, being the duly au horised 9 Agent of the Marquis Camden, and Rev. John Jones Cterk.Tittte Owners within the Hamlet of LLANSPY THE!), in the Parish of Llanspythed, in the County of whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole value of the I ithes of the said Hamlet, DO. HY THIS NOTICE, in writing under my hand, C\LL A IMROOHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Hamlet, FOR the PURPOSE of MAKINf; an AGREEMENT for the GENERAL COMMUTATION OF I I TH ES 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, IfHltnled. "An Aet for the Commutation of Tithes ill England and Wales." AND DO HEREBY A LS) Glvr: NOTICE, that such Meeting will he held at toe CHUIlCfl. in the said Hamlet of Llanspythed, ou TH U IIS D A V the 15th day of JUN L4: next, at the hour ofThree in the Afternoon. Given under my hand this 19lh day of May, 1837. Capeldvwi. MORRIS SAYCE. T 'IHE LTndersig-ned, bping the du!y authorised -9 Agent, of the Marquis Chmden, and Rev. John Jones, Titee Owners within the. Hamlet of PEN PONT, in the Parish of LLANSPYTHED, in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less thall One-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes of the said Hamtet, DO, HY TH IS NOTICE. ill writing under my hand, C ALL A P VROCH I Al/MEETING OF LANDOWNERS 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 (ith and 7th Yeais of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled, "An Act for thc Commutation of Tithes in England and Wides." AND DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that snch Meeting will he held at the ell A PEL. in the said Hamlet, on 'I'll U f,'LSD,\Y, tllo 15th Day ofJUNIl, next, at the hour of Eleven in the Forenoon. Given under my hand this 19th day of May, 1837. Capeldewi. MORRIS SA YCE. I THE Undersigned, being ihe duly authorised 9 Agent of the Rev. CHARLES MAYBERY, a Tithe Owner, within the Parish of PENDERYN, in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One fourth part of the whole vallie of the TIthes of the said Parish of Pendcryn, DO, BY THIS NOTIC E in writing, under my It an (I. CM.L A PAROCHIAL t':ETI"G of LA 'Ii 0 OWNEnS and TITl/ ¡,¡ OW\'EIS within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making n 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 1 ears °f the Reign of his present Majesty, entituled, An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in hnland and Wales." And I DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NO lICE, that such Meeting will be held at the LA A. Is IN N the said Parish, on 'TUESDAY, the 13th day of JUNE next, at the hour of Twelve at noon. Given under my hand this 15th day of May, 1837. W-Ni. ilowillfrl. I THE Undersigned, being Tithe Owner in the J Hamlet of TR A YANG LA ES, ,he Paris!) of LLYWELL, 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 NO TICE in Writing, under my hand, L A PAIfOCHI A L MEETING of LAND OWMhliS and TITHE OWNEHS within the limi¡S of tlie said Ham. let, FOR the PURPOSE of M AKINU an AGRFE- I'll"N'I'for the of 111 f] ES within the limits of the said Hamlet, pursuant to the Provisions of an Act passed in the 6th and 7h years ot the Reign of his present Majesty, intitu eo, an Act for the (loitiriitita-,ion of 'I'i,fies it, IV,les and DO HEREBY A LSO GIVE NOI ILE that Meeting will be held at the house of YNV S.tl ARCflOG and there to be adjourned to the CAMDEN An\!S INN, i,i the 'I'o,,n f i,i the Ott We'.DNESDVY, the Fourteenth day of JUNE next, at the hour of Twelve o'Clock. Given under my hand, this 201Ti day of May. 1837. DAVID -PARRY, Vicar of Llywell. I THE Undersigned, being Tithe Owner in the 9 Hamlet of TRAYANMAVVR, within the Pa- rish of ill the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole \aln¡, of the Tilhp of the said lIamlet. DO, BY THIS NOTICE in Writing, under my band. C\LL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Ham- let, FOR ihe PURPOSE of MAKING -an AGREE- M EN T for the GENERAL COMMUTATION 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;" a::d DO HEHEBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that smh Meeting will be held at the bouse of the ( AM1)EN \RMS INN, in the said Hamlet, on W E DN ES D A Y, the Four- teenth day of J VN E next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon. Given under my hand, this 20th day of May, LS37. DAVID PARRY. Viear of Llywell. I THE Undersigned, being Tithe Owner in the 9 Hamlet of YSCLYDACH, within the Parish of LLYW ELL, 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 writinunder my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TI THE OWNERS within the limits of the said Hamlet, FOR the PI RPOSE of M\KING 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 6rh and 7th Yetlr of the Hein of his present Majesty, intituled, "An Act for the Com- mutation of Tithes in England aud Wales;" and DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the house of WERNFAWR, and then to be adjourned to the CAMOEN A RIIS, in the Town of TRliCAS TLE, in the said Hamlet, on WEDNES- DAY, the Fourteenth day of JUN E next, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the forenoon. Given under my hand this 20th day of May, 1S37, DAVID PARRY, Vicar of Llywell, IIIF, Undersigned, being a Tithe Owner 9 w itl)iii the Parish of LANHARAN, ill the County of GLAMORGAN, M host; interest is not less than One-fourth part »f the whole value of the 'Tithes of the said Paris}), DO, BY THIS NOTICE in writinsr. under my hand, CM.L A PAROCHIAL (MEETING of LAND OWNi-RS and TITH OWNERS-vitlsin the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an Agree- ment for the General Commutation of Tithes, within the liinjts of the said Parish, pursuant to the Provisions of an Act passed in the Gth and 7th Years of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled An Act for the Commuta. tion of Tithes in England and Wales. And I DO HB'IERY ALSO GIVE NO TICE, that such Meeting will be held atthe Dwelling Houseof M \RTH A HOWELL, in the said Parish, on FRIDAY, the Thirtieth Day of JUNE in-tarit, at the hour of Twelve in thf Forenoon, Given under my hand this Third day ot J-mt1, IS37, WICff A t\ l) HOARK JfAK [VS. TO THE w, AND FREEFTOLDERS, Of THE County of Glamorgan. A VACANCY m the Office of CORONER, for the Eastern Division of the County, having occurred, hy the resignation of \Ir Lewis Reece. I beg most lespect- fnlly to ofler myself a Candidate for the Office. From the greate? number of accidents giving rise to Inquests, happening in the neighbourhood of the Iron and Coal works of the Hillv districts of this County, it has been generally considered desirable that the Coroner should be a resident of the vicinity; I, therefore, as a resilient of Merthyr, the central Town of the District, hope for your suffrages in my favor, at the ensuing Elec- tion, in case a fitter person should not olfer himself a Candidate. I will take an early opportunity to solicit the honor of your votes in person. I beg most gratefully to thank my Friends, and those Gentlemen who have so kindly rendered me their support. J have the honour to he. My Lords and Gentlemen, Your most obedient, bumble servant. I WM. DAVIES, Merthyr Tydfil, April Gth, IS 17. Solicitor. jussrsra CYMREIGYDDION SOCIETY. IN consequence of the Original Notice being con- sidered too short to admit of justice being done to the first Prize Essay on tin? Society's List, for 1S37, it lias been resolved that the time for sending in the Compositions upon that subject he exfended to the 1st of JUNE, The Prize lias also been augmented to S1XIY GUINEAS, according to the following arrangement — "For the best oil the influence which the Welsh Traditions have had on European Literature, A PRIZE OF SIXTY GUINEAS, A Consisting :l G',U1 Seal Ring, value ^10 10 and a « reuiium of' ^,5'i 10s. The Compositions to be forwarded under fictitious signatures, (the real names sealed up), directed to the Secretary of the Cymreigvddion Society, Abergavenny, on or before the 1st of JUNE, 183S; and to be written either in Welsh, English, French, German, or Italian, or accompanied with a translation in one of those languages. The Judges to be here- after appointed- Tile Copy-right to be the property of the Author. MaV3, 1837. CAIlADAWC, Secretary. igigiLSa IT £IQ) BRECKNOCK. OI[N 117if JOHN WILLIAM MOROAN, PRINTER, begs leave to announce to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, that he lias just taken and entered upon the above Establishment, whie.h he has fitted-up in such a manner as will ensure to his Customprs everv cont veniellee alllI com tort; and be hopes, by every endeavour in his power, to please, and by stric- antentiou to business and moderate eharges, to merit and enjoy a share oi their patronage and support. Wines and Spirits of the best quality.-Good Accommodation and Stabling. J. W. Morgan, at the same time begs leave to return his, sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for the very libera! support, in the Printing Line, which he has experienced, and to inform them, that he intends to continue that business in all its branches. Brecknock, 21 May, 1837. BARK YARD, CARDIFF. IF@illJ1g1L REGS to inform Landed Proprietors, Timber < .W Dealers, &c that he has taken the BARK PREMISES, on the WH ARF, late in the occupation uf Mr John Edmunds, and that he is now ready to purchase «ny quantity that mav be. brought in or offered him.— Tcrlll- Cash on delivery. less the usual discount. •Apply at the Bark Yard, or to Mr M. V. Brewer, Coal Agent, Cardiff. [Q) ARMZ HOTEL9 BRECON. 1};? 8' ([) ¿¡:P rJfJ !) flRATEFUL for the liberal support conferred upon him at the Bell Inn, begs leave most re- spectfully to announce, that he has REMOVED TO THE ADJOINING HOUSE, (CAMDEN AlDIS) where he 'rusts to nJerit a continuance of those favours; although o" I 'ollialler scitle, yet he tiof)es it will ]lot be foiiad deficient in its comforts. Extensive, Stabling of the best description, lock up Coach Houses. Post Horses with steady Drivers. &c. The old established Coach.the Fusilier, to Bristol, Bath, and L.vndon, Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fridays, at Eight in the morning. An Omnibus to Merthyr will start on Monday next, and will continue to leave Brecon the same days as the Fusilier, al a Quarter past Eight, and will return from Merthyr the same afternoon at Five.— Performed by William Jones, and Co. « FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. London, Friday, May 2(5. BANKRUPTS. Samuel Peirson, Broadway, Hammersmith, oilman. William Cripps, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, merchant, Charles Kurtz, Salford, Lancashire, manufacturing chymist. ° Chailes 'Thomas Rimer, Southampton, provision merchant. Henry John Rice 151 worthy. East Stone House, Devon- shire, bill broker. Ja uies V. illiain Gray, Exeter, lead merchant. j William Smith, Cucklield, Sussex, coach master. William Taylor, Prestwich cum Oldh.un, Lancashire, dyer. John Joplin, Bishop Wearmouth, Duiham, linen draner. Edward Sinclair, North Shields, Northumberland, common brewer. John Wallis, Coventry, victualler. James Rusher, f.eeds, commission agent. Gregory James Sarmon Tomkins, Leamington Triors, Warwickshire, scrivener. Frederick Forman Gibhs, Liverpool, ship broker. James Silk, Kidderminster, carpet manufacturer. Paul Harwood, York, ironmonger. Tuesday, May 30. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. William Bridgcr, Petworth, Sussex, grocer. M rk Elphick, Newington Causeway, and Strand, licensed victualler. Manford Nott, Reading, Berks, toy dealer. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. Robert Lynham Courtney, Walsall, ironmonger. BANKRUPTS. Charles Foster, Kingsbury, Middlesex, bill broker. William Hilm. Upper North Place, Gray's Inn Road, livery stable keeper. John Large, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's InnFields, coach maker. John Andcrton, Bradford, yo, ksli ire, (I ver. William Annuage, Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire, dyer. John Beatty, aruen. Lancashire, linen draper. Juseph Horatio Butierworth, Manchester, Lunbrook, Yorkshire, and Gutter Lane, London, dyer. Thomas Carr and William Hartley, Dewsburvmoor, Yorkshirr, woollen manufacturers. George Cmdon. Bedford Row, brick maker. Andrew Dobbie, Manchester, publican. Maria Ann Hughes, Birmingham, ironmonger William Jones, Wolverhamuton, builder. ° Robert Jordison, Stockton, Durham, grocer. Joseph Le ws, Conwi Elvet, Carmarthenshire, diaper. Henry Martin, Woolhampton. Berkshire, tailor. Charles Noade, Leeds. tailor. James Orange, Nottingamshire, lace manufacturer. George Stevens, olverhainptou grocer. Samuel Loveless Tapscott, Miuehead, Somersetshire, coal merchant. William Tate, Chorlsy, Lancashiie, cotton manufac- turer, 1. JpRACER'S MAGAZINE for JUNE contains — Roman Catholic College of I The Irish Tourist, Maynoolh. Disraeli's Verictia. The Whiteboy Lord Carnarvon in Spain. A Radical Summons. Three S,n. Geriiiuu Philosophy. nets. By Sir Egerton Revolutionary Parallels be* I'rvdges, Bart 0 twecn lOtf j !) and 1833 7. June Sonnets, liy SirMorgan o, III. O'Doherty, Bart. The Mysterious Bachelor. Index. Price Half a Crown. 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