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Q W. By Order of the Assignees of John Kelly, Linen Draper, Grocer, and General Shopkeeper, a Bankrupt. O foe Jboltr lifi Auction, By Messrs. BRADLEY, BARNARD, and Co, On the Premises, at TREDEGAR, Merthvr Road, on WEDNESDAY, the 14th JUNE, 1837, and following days. THE STOCK-IN-TRADE, Furniture, Fixtures, Cart, Morse, and other Effects of the said Bankrupt. The DRAPERY STOCK consists of 7-8 Prints, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Merinoes, Fustians, Velveteens, Cords, Broad Cloths, Cas- simeres, Waistcoatings, Irish Sheetings, Checks, Flannels, Blankets, Blanketing, Hosiery, Haber- dashery, 11.1 ts, &c. The GROCERY STOCK comprises Teas, Cheese, Coffee, Flour, Spices, Blue, Starch, Soap, Candles, Tobacco, Snuff, Nlops, Brushes. Sieves, &c. &c. The FURNITURE and FIXTURES are neat and useful. The whole will be Sold without Reserve, and in Lots to suit Shopkeepers and Private Individuals. The Sale to commence precisely at Eleven o'Clock an early attendance is therefore solicited. MERTHYR TYDVIL. S' By Order of the Assignees of John Kelly, Linen Draper, Grocer, and General Shopkeeper, a Bankrupt. To be Soft b auction, By Messrs. BRADLEY, BARNARD, & Co. On the Premises at MERTHYR, on MONDAY, the 19th Day of June, IS37, and following Days. rpiiE whole of the Valuable and Extensive t STOCK IN TRADE, HOUSEHOLD FUR. N ITU RE, FIXTURES, and other Effects of the said Bankrupt; consisting of Prints, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ducks, Checks, Irish, Black and Brown Holland, Sheeting, Fustian, (Moths, Cassiineres, Padding, Petersham, Waistcoatings, Flannels, Blankets, Sheets, Quilts, Hosiery, Haber- dashery, Hats, Caps. A large Stock of Teas, Coffee, Tobacco, Snuffs, Sugar. Spices, Blue, Mustard, Starch, Brushes, Mops. Pattens, &c. &c. The Furniture and Fixtures are Neat and Useful. The whole will be Sold without Reserve. Sale to Commence precisely at Eleven o'Clock; an early attendance is therefore requested. PEMBROKESHIRE. Within Three Mile* of Pembroke and Four Miles of His Majesty's Dock Yard, and the New Pier, at Hobb's Point. IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE !) j) 41 ;r¡l TM. r;¡.. Comprising the CAPITAL MANSION HOUSE and its DEMESNE, called PORTCLEW, with Pleasure Grounds, Plantations, Wall Gardens, Hot House, Stables, Coach Houses, Farm Build- ings, and Three Hundred and Sixty Four Acres of very superior Lands, with other Valuable Estates, to be Sold in 13 Lots. Mr GEORGE GOODE lias the honour to announce, that he has been favoured with instructions to offer FOR ABSOLUTE SALE, Which he will submit to Public Competition, At the LION INN, in the Town of PEMBROKE, on FRIDAY, the 14th day of JULY, at Twelve for One o'Clock, 'THlE SINGULARLY and HIGHLY IMPORT- ANT ESTATE, called PORTCLEW, with its Valuable Demesne. The HOUSE isfitted up so as to embrace both com- fort and convenience. In its basement are large and well arranged Wine and Beer Cellars, of excellent temperature. On the Ground Floor, the Dining and Breakfast Rooms, with Study, Butler's Pantry, Housekeeper's Hooru and Kitchen. On the First Floor is a Splendid Drawing Room, with Four good Bed Rooms, and, On the Second Floor, Four large airy Bed Rooms, with Dressing Rooms, added to which are wet! arranged Servants' Apartments. The House is encircled within a pleasing Shrubbery, is a Modern Mansion of fine Stone Structure, erected at a considerable expense is beautifully placed on an elevated and commanding situation, embracing views of great interest and extent, including the Castle and Town of Pembroke, the much admired Haven of Mil lord, Lainphey Court, Bush, with other IIU. merous and beautitul Residences and Villls, having peculiar claims to admiration. 3 The ESTATE on the South, is bounded bv the hold and varying but beautiful bay and sands of Fresh Water Last, so much frequented for Sea Bathing, Yacht Pishing and other Aquatic Amusements. The G ARDENS are admirably placed on the South side of the House, and contain about Two Acres, enclosed by a very high wall, and well stocked with fruit Trees of every description. A Small Green House. Detached from the House, are the extensive Stabling, Coach Houses, Malt House, &c., and the Farm Buildings which are replete with every con- venience, and within a few moments' walk. rhe DEMESNE contains about 364 Acres of Rich and very Productive Lands, all lying within a ring fence, nearly the whole of which may be irrigated from the Farm Yard. The Estate is bounded on the West and South West, by those of the Right Hon. the Earl of Cawdor, and Sir John Owen, Bart.. and on the North and East, by those of C. Mathias, Esq., of Limphey Court, abounds with Game of every description, with a Valuable Rabbit Warren well Stocked. Tithes and other Parochial Taxes are unusually low. Such is an imperfect outline of the first Lot, and in the succeeding1 1 ots will be included several Valuable and Rich Meadows, in and about the delightful villages of Lamphey and Manorbear-Newton, with the Valu- able Property of Little Leonardstoue, directly facing His Majesty's Dock Yard, all situated in tiie several parishes of I,aniphey, Manorbear, Saint Florence and well, containing together about 146 Acres of some of the Richest Lands in South Wales. This Estate offers to the inonied world a rare oppor- tunity for investment; but to a gentleman fond of field sports, the chance, it is hoped, will not be lost, for in its immediate neighbourhood are several packs of hounds, and the other amusements have been already pointed out. Particulars, with Lithographic Plans, may be had, gratis, of W. E. Paynter, Esq. Solicitor, Pembroke; Messrs. White and Whitmore, Bedford Row, London; at the principal Inns iu South Wales; of Messrs Goode and Philpot, Land Surveyors, Haverfordwest; and at the Office of Mr George Goode, Land Agent and Auctioneer, Saint Mary Street, Carmarthen. All Letters to be post-paid. Croft Cottage, near Carmarthen, June 8th, ]837. EIGHTH PEREMPTORY gdl&W (JJLP '»' [l fi1J[£J By direction of the Assignees of Mr D. D. ORLIDGE, Wine Merchant, Bristol, Mr. CHARLES WOOD, OF CHELTENHAM, Has the honour to announce to Gentlemen, Connoisseurs, Hotel Keepers and others, that he will Sell bg Auction, WITHOUT RESERVE, AND FREE FROM AUCTION DUTY-, At the LARGE ROOM, at the back of the CAM- DEN ARMS INN, BRECON, on FRIDAY the 16th of JUNE, 1837, commencing at One to a Minute, ABOUT Two Hundred and Sixty Dozen of sin- gularly CHOICE WINES, in hampers of three dozen each, and comprising fine old Port, Sherry, Madeira, Bucellas, Cape, Lisbon, Calcavella, &c. The Wines will be deposited in the care of Mr Win. Jones, of the Camden Arms, from whom they will be delivered to the respective Purchasers, (at their expense), immediately after the Sale. The House of Orlidge and Co. has for a series of years stood so pre-eminently high in its character for Wines, not only in Bristol and its Vicinity, but in the country generally, that any attempt of the Auctioneer to enlarge on their respective merits would be vain and useless; suffice it to say, that they will be found to possess that superior quality and flavour, which nothing but long experience and very strict attention could procure. He, therefore, with confidence, assures the Public, that they will justly deserve the approba- tion of the choicest palate. ,N.P,O,it"ct Samples will be produced at the time of Sale, Catalogues may be had. J: :}r- :?r;J BRECON SHIRE. A VERY DESMMBLE IFIEE^OLO IF AM TO BE SOLI). To be Sold by Auction, By Mr HUGI-I JO>"E.S, At the SWAN INN, in the Town of BRECON, on THURSDAY, the Sixth day of JULY, 1S37, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to cer- tain conditions to be then and there produced, A FARM AND LANDS, called CEFEN-Y- GOF, in the Paris!) of LLYWELL, and now in the occupation of David Williams, as,tenant from year to year. This Property is situated about Two miles from the Mail Turnpike Road.-It has a valuable right of Common attached to it, and the gTowth of Timber on it is particularly good. It offers in every respect an opportunity lor a most desirable liivest- ment. For a view of the property, and for further particu- lars, apply to Mr Rees Powell, of Penvbont, near Sennv, or at the offices of Messrs. Jones, Powell and Ives, Sol citors, Brecon. The postage of all applica- tions by letter must be paid. CARDIFF TuWX. o be Soifc b auction, At the RUMMER HOTEL, CARDIFF, on MON- DAY, the 19th day of JUNE, 1837, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon precisely, subject to such conditions of Sa Ie as shall be then produced, THE WELL-ACCUSTOMED PUBLIC HOUSE called the BLUE ANCHOR, situate in Saint Mary Street, CARDIFF, adjoining the NEW- MARKET. This House well situate for Business, having spacious Back Premises, is held by Lease, ol which nearly 18 Years are unexpired the Rent being X14 for the ensuing Year, and .£10 a Year for tne remainder of the Term. The Fixtures, Furniture and Stock, to be taken at a Vtluat-oii. For further particulars, apply (if by Letter, post paid,) to Mr. Dalton, Cardiff. UNRESERVED SALE, Under an Assignment, > FOR TIIE (DIS51 IS)HI1 (2)IES, AT LLANGAMMALICH. o br &oltJ foy Auction, WITHOUT RESERVE, BY WILLIAM JONES, FOR BRADLEY, BARXARD, A- Co., On the Premises, LLANG AMM ARCH, by order of the Trustees, on TUESDAY, 13th of JUNE, 1837, and following days of Business, fl^lIE whole of the Valuable and Extensive X STOCK IN TRADE, SHOP FIXTURES, FURNITURE, A GOOD PONY, and other Effects, of Rees Davies, Draper, Grocer, and General Shop- keeper, in Lois, convenient to the trade and private families. The Stock consists of Cloths, Kerseymeres, Cor- duroys, Fustians, Prints, Ducks, Dowlases, Sheeting, Calicoes, Linseywoolseys, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Stockings, Lace, Ribbons, Buttons, Haberdashery, &-c. &e. Teas, Coffees, Moist and Loaf Sugars, Candles, Soap, Currants, Rice, lobacco and Snuff, Pattens and Clug-s, Knives, Nails, Saucepans, Pitch, and a great variety of other articles. The Furniture and Fixtures are useful, and will be sold immediately after the Stock is disposed of. The Sale to commence precisely at eleven o'clock. An early attendance i." therefore, respectfully solicited. MONMOUTHSHIRE. To be øUJ in ^ubltc Stucttow, At the KING'S HEAD INV, NEWPORT, on SATUR- DAY, the Istiiay of JULY, 18M7. at Four o'Clock in the afternoon, (subject to such Conditions and in such Lots as shall be then declared). By Mr H. M. PARTRIDGE, ALL that FARM, called LLAN DOWLALS, containing altogether FIFTY ACHES of LAN'D or thereabouts. Arable, Meadow, Pasture and Wood, wilh a convenient Dwelling House and Farm Buildings, a Garden aod Two Thriving Orchards, the whole being within a 'Jin;: Fence, interceded bv the Monmouthshire Canal, and bordering on the Dowlais Brook. The Lands are ckistoxiiai-yiiolti parcel of the Mawr of Magna Pk)rta, and are subject to the payment of a chief rent of 5s. 31 per annum. All that FAIt.VI, called PENT RE BASKET, con- taining altogether 4i Acres of Land, or thereabout, A.abh", Meadow, Pasrure and Wood, with a convenient Dwelling House and Farm Buildings, a Small Cottage, Gardens and Orchard, the whole being wihin a HlIlg Fenre, and lying close to the Monmouthshire Canal. The. Lands are customaryhold parcel of the Mavvr of Abercarne. Both the above Farms are situate in the Parish of L!avihangel Llantarnam, within Four Miles of the Town of Newport, and S;x ot l'onupoo!. The Timber and Fruit Trees upon the hs:atcs are thriving and healthy, and Veins of Mountain Limestone and Btiiiuiug Stone of ecellerit, quality crop ont Upon the latter. Roth Estates off' r desirable situations for Building, particularly the latter, which lies upon a gentle declivity, commanding extensive views of the surrounding Country and the Bristol Chann' 1. All that FKEEHOLD r ARM, called PENTWYN, Containing altogether 48 Acres of Land, or thereabouts, Colltititlil)v Arable, Meauow, and Pasture, with a convenient Dwelling House, Buildings and Garden. The Lands (with the exception of three pieces which lay at a small distance from the remainder of the Farm,) are within a King Feme, are pleasantly situated in the Parish of Bassalleg. on lhc up;.er side of the Monmouth- shire Canal, at a distance of Five Miles from Newport, and Half a Mile from Hisca, and command extensive views of the surrounding Country, affording many desirable sÍluations for Building. The Laud Tax upon this Estate is redeemed, For further particulars, apply to Messrs. l'rothero and Phillips, or Mr Rees Edward kces, Ty Coch, Liautamam, if by Letter, postage paid and to View the Estates, apply to the several Tenants, who will receive orders to shew the same. [DUTY FREE.] CRICKUOWKL UNION. To Builders and Contractors. ANY Person willing? to CONTRACT for Ihe EN- LARGEMENT of LLANG ATTOCK. POOH HOUSE, may inspect the Plans and Specification, at the TOWN HALL, CRICKIIOWEli, any time from the 12th to the 19th Day of JUNE instant on which last mentioned Day, sealed Tenders, far performing the whole of the Work in one Contract, are to be delivered, free of expence, at the Town Hall at 10 o'clock. The party; whose Tender is accepted, will be required to enter into a Bond, with two Sureties, for the due per. formance of the Contract, to the satisfaction of th Guardians, and the Building to be surveyed after the completion of the alterations before payment is made. The Board will not be bound to accept the Lowest Tender. EDWARD DAVIES, Clerk to the Board. [DUTY FREE.] CRICKHOWEL UNION. WE, the GUARDIANS of the CRICKHOWEL UNION, in the County of B KCOV, assembled at a Board, held this Fifth Day of J UXE. 18:17. DO HEREBY GIVK NOTICE, that the said Union has, in pursuance of the Provisions of the Act of the 6th and 7th of Win. IV. cap. 86. intituled an An Act for Registering, Births, Deatht and Marriages iii ENglund, been divided by the Guardians,with the approval ot .tac Heglstrar General, into the following Registrars' DIStrlct5. namely:- 1st. THE CRICKHOWEL DISIIUCI, comprising the Parishes of Crickhowel. Lanbeder Langeney, Paro trishow, Grwvney Vawr. and Grwyncy Vcchan. 2nd. THE 'LLANELLY D1S I R1C 1, comprising the Parish of Llanelly. IMCT"?FR»-R 3rd. THE LLANGATTOC K DISliUCl, comprising the Parish of LL AN GAT IOCK. 4th. THE CWAIDU Dis,ritic,r,comprisiig the Parish 5ih. THE LLANGUNNIDE I DISTUIGT, compris- ing the Pariah of Llangunnider. Guardians of the WILLIAM HIBHS BEVAN. VPoor,ofTl!'e Criek- EDWARD WILLIAM SEYMOUR,- how-el Union, in GEORGE WORRALL JONES, iineCouuty of Bre- V con. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, that the Guardians will, at their illeeting, to be held on MONDAY, 19th Day of Jl NE .nst proceed pCT a Person duly qualified o be R EGls RAR for each of the said Districts, and that uo Person can be so elected, who is not a Resident Householder in one of the Parishes comprised in the District in which he seeks to be the Registrar, or who cannot write a good hand, and produce satisfactory testimonials of sobriety and general good conduct. Each candidate is requested to send in testi- monials of character, &c.. to the Clerk of the Union, on or before the 17th Dav of June inst. By older of the Registrar General, EDWAIW Superintendent Regittrar. Crickhowel, 5tb June 1837. IRONMONGERY AND CUTLERY WAREHOUSE, 21, CASTLE-STREET, SlVrfXSEA. MME I N retirill from Business, with which she has been connected for nearly 40 Year". begs to return her grateful acknowledgments to her Friends and the I'ublic, for the kind support she bus received, and to announce that she has relinquished the same, in favor of her Son, John Bevan, for whoui she solicits a con- tinuance of their kind patronage. N.H. All Debts due to the said Grace Bevan, ar« requested to he paid to her Son. John Bevan, by whom all demands upon her will be discharged. JOHN BEVAN, In smveeding to the Business earned oil fly his Niother, respectfully solicits the Support of his Friends and tht I'ublic gnin'rallv, assuring them, that his personal at'en. '•i'>n shall at all times be devoted u> any Orders with which he may he honoured: anti ahw, Legs to say that every Article shall be of the best quality, and charged at such moderate prices as to ensure a continuance of the lihnal support so lone bestowed oil his Mother. Swausea, 7th June. 1B37. IBTBML IT .Æl38'1Q) lfL@"lrmlli BRECKNOCK. JOHN WILLIAM MORGAN, PRINTER, hogs leave to announce to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general,that he hasjnst taken and entered upon the above Establishment, which he has fitted-up in such a mallller as will ciisui-c to his Customers every con- venience and comfort; and he hopes, by every endeavour in his power, to please, and by strict attention to business and moderate charges, to merit and enjoy a share of their patronage and support. Wines and Spirits of the best rpuiltlj.— Good Accommodation and Stabling. J. XV. Morgan, at the same time begs leave to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for the very liberal support, iu the Prillting- Line, which he Ins experienced, and to inform them, that he intends to continue that business in all its branches. Brecknock, 27th May, IS37. AMI MOTEL, BRECON. 1) 0 (j) {;.vp ¿]f} GHATEFUL for the liberal support conferred \Jf upon him at the Bell lIlli, he\!s leave most re- spectfully to announce, that he has REMOVEI) TO TlJF ADJOINING HOUSE, (CAMDEN ARMS) where he trusts to merit a continuance of those favours; although on a smaller scale, yet he hopes it will not be fouud deficient in its comforis. Extellsin Stabling of the best description, lock up Coach Houses, Post Horses with steady Drivers. &c. The old established Cuach.the Fusilier, to Bristol, B-«th, and London, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at Eifht in the morning. An Omniblls to Ylerthyr will start on Monday next, and will continue to leave Urecon the same- davs as the tusilier, at a Quarter past Eight, and will return from Merthyr the same attemoon at Five.—^Perfonm-d by William Jones, and Co. COMMUTATION OF TITHES. JOHN MORRIS, TOTKE AND AO-EMT, SURVEYOR, ic. 4-c. CROSS STREET, ABERGAVENNY, TAKES this opportunity of returning his most sincere and respectful thanks to the Nobility, Clergy, arId Publie gcnerally, for the very liberal support lie has been favoured with during the period of Twenty-Three Years, and trusts by adhering to the salllc upng-ht and ImpartIal conduct- he has hitherto pursued, to meet a continuance of their favour and support. J. M.'s extensive knowledge of Agriculture and of the nature of the various Soils of this and the neigh- bouring Countries, induces him with confidence to offer his services for the Commutation of Tithes and the appointment of the same. Estates, Timber and Dilapidations Surveyed and Valued, Parishes Rated, &c. &c. Abergavenny, 1st June, 1837. COMMUTATION OF TITHES. WILLIAM JONES, QJJ rg u U (Q) 1M [E lE r¡ lLD %7 rE 'V lfl) 9 LAND AND HOUSE AGENT HIGH STREET, BRECON, BEGS leave, most respectfully, to return his sincere t: auks to his Friend's and the Public for the liberal support he has received, dun. the period ot sixteen years, and" Inms by aditerin-4 to the same upright aud impartial con(itict hitherto purged, to merit a continuance ot their support. His practical experience as an Agriculturist, with a familiir know- ledge of the Sods ot this, and the adjoin, Counties. j,,ves h, m confidence in offer, l„3 serwi* for ,|ie Commutation ot Iitl.es, and ,he Apportionment of the same. Estates and Timber Measured and Valued. Parishes Rated. &c., ,c., &c. ITHE Undersigned he'm;, Tllhe ()wner 1,7the H mi let ot rhA YANG LAGS, within .he Parish of {JEWELL in the County „f ]j ;|COX, whose interest is not less than One lo„rth ,)art ()f thg who,e value of the TIIhes r f. tile s;¡id Ham:et DO, BY THIS N°' ,Ch "Utler my hnnd, CALL A I'A'IOCI11 u of LAND OWNELIS and ■nriJE OWNM-.HS W,,h,,i the limits of the said Ham- let, FOR 'h e f-n M W .A K' X G an AGREE- M EVT for the G EN ER AL COMMUT ATION" of TITH ES within the Hmits 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, '< \n Act for the Commutation of 'I'i,hes in and Wales and DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that sorb Meeting will be held at the house of Y\S M ARC! IOC., and there to he adjourned to the CAMDEN ARMS INN, in the Town of TREOASILE, in the said Hamlet on WEPNESmY, the Fourteenth day of JUNE next at the hour of Tuelve o'Clock. Given under my hand, this 20rh day of Mav. 13:57. DAVID PARKY, Vicar of Llyivell. I THE Undersigned, being Tithe Owner in the Hamlet of TKAYAN.V1AWR, within the Pa- rish of LLYWELL, in the County of RRE'ON, whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes of the said Hamlet, DO, RV THIS NOTICE in Writinsr, under mv hand, C\LL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNE!!S and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Ham- let, FOR the PURPOSE of MAKING an AGREE- MENT for the GENERAL COMVILTTATION of TITIIES within the limits of the said Hamlet, pursuant to the Provisions of an Act passed in the 6tli and 7tli Years of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled, '-An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales a:d DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the house of the CAMDEN ARMS INN, iu the said Hamlet, on W EDN ES D A Y, the Four- teenth day of JUNE next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon. Given under my hand, this 20th day of May, 1837. DAVID PARRY. Vwar of IAijwell. I Tl-I E Undersigned, being Tithe Owner in the 9 Hamlet of YSCLYDACH, within the Parish of LLYWELL, in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes of thesjd Ilamlet, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in wriiini, under, my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND OWNERS and TITHE OWNERS within the limits of the said Hamlet, FOR the PURPOSE of M'.KING an AGREEMENT for the GENERAL COMMUTATION Oil 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 jvliij(,st,vl iiititi.l(,d. AT, Act for the Com- mutation of Tithes In England and Wales;" and DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the house of WKRVPAWIt, and then to be adjourned to the CAMDEN ARMS, in the Town of TRECASTLB. in the said Hamlet, on WEDNES- DAY. the Fourteenth day of JUNE next, at the hour of Ten oViock in the forenoon. Given under my hand this 20th day of May 1837. DAVID PARRY,' Vicar of Llywell. If THE Undersigned, being a Tithe Owner 9 within the Parish of LANHARAN, in the County of G L AMORG AN, whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole value of the Tithes of the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTIC E in writing, under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAN D O W V ERS and II FH E 0\V NERSwithin the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an Agree- ment 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, intituled "An Act for the Commuta. tion of Tithes in England and Wales." And 1 DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the Dwelling House of MARTHA HOWELL, in the said Parish, on FRIDAY, the Thirtieth Day of JUNE instant, at the hour of Twelve in the Forenoon. Given ynder my hand this Third dav of June, 1837, RICHARD UOAHJS JENKINS. iz Q4j tall, WANTED, in an Attorneys Office, a YOUNG M N, capable of Writing a Good Hand. Application (if by Letter, postage paid,) to be made to Mr White, Stationer, Merthyr M'ydti TO THE Lq(D)IMnLl(-Zyl l1mIRl@W1 @rn1]iW, AND FREEHOLDERS, OF THE County of Glamorgan. VACANCY in the Office of CORONER, for the Eastern Division of the County, having occurred, by 'I"t -Itio the resignation (if Air Lewis Reece, I bc £ most lespect- fully to offer myself a Candidate for the Office. From the greatest number of accidents giving rise to Inquests, happcUllIg in the lie of the Iron and Coal works of ihe Hilly Districts of this County, it has been generally considejed desirable that the Coroner should b<* J resident of the vicinity r. therefore, as a resident of Merthyr. the centJal Town of the District, hope for your suffrages in my favor, at the ensuing Elee- tion, in c.ise a titter person should not offer himself a Candidate. I w ill take an early opportunity to solicit the honor of your votes in person. I beg most gratefully to thank mv Friends, and those Ccnttemenwho have so kindly rendered melheii support. J havs the honour to be, My Lords and Gentlemen, Your most obedient, humble servant, WM. DAVIES, Merthvr Tydifl, April 6th, TO TIIE MiflyirY, AND FREEHOLDERS OF THE County of Glamorgan. MY Loitns AXD GENTLEMEN, It 1,FkN'IS ItEEC17 r(,-i(ziled the office MR LEWIS REECF. having resigned the office L\ of CO >ON ER fur the EaSlern Division of this County, I most respectfully beg leave to solicit the honour of your support to supply the vacancy occasioned by his retirement. It is well known that a very large majority of the cases requiring the attendance of a Coroner, unfortunately occur in Alerthvr-Tydlil and its immediate Vicinity; and it is therefore evident that the Travelling Expences, which form a very large item of the Coroner's charges upon the County, would be saved by appointing to the Ollice a person residing in Merthyr Tydfil. Being an Inhabitant of that 'Town and a member of the Legal Profession, I trust T lIIay be considered quali- fied to fulfil the Office, for which I humbly venture to offer mys. If as a Candidate. I beg to assure you that if I should he honoured with the appointment, no exertions shall he spared on my part, adequately to perform the duties which will thereby devolve upon me. I have the honourtobe, with great respect, Your very obedient humble Servant, "J YM-ES WAKD RUSSELL. Merthyr'Tydfil. April 3rd. 1837. Solicitor. TO THE HIGH SHERIFF, AND THE WORSHIPFUL THE MAGISTRATES OF TIIE 60UMTY OF a MY LORDS AND GKNTI.KMKN, I BEG Ipavernost repectftll!ytoO,I:'(.:ER MYSELF "to vour notice, as a CANDlDAl E for the vacant Office of GVOLER and KEEPER of the HOUSE of CORRECTION, at BRECON; and. in doing so. beg to state, that I have been upwards of Twenty Years a Purser in His Majesty's Navy. (now on half-pay), and at present Clerk of the Papers of ih'1 County Gaotot Surrey, Horsr-inonger L\nc, which Office I have held ors"() for the last Four Years. I trust that the Testimonials of Character which I can produce, and of my other required Qualifications, will be such as tojnstity.ne in my pretensions for ottering myself to your notice; and should I, by your kindness, be so fortunate as to succeed to the appointment, I tru^f, by a diligent and faithful discharge of the duties ot the Office, to prove n.yself worthy of your patronage and support. I have the honour to be, My Lords and Gentlemen, Your most obedien', humble servant, SAMUEL CHESTER. NOW READY, Handsomely hound in cloth, iu one vol. 8vo. Price 9s. 6d MARGAM ABBGY; an Historical Romance of the 1 tth Century. ;\1.1Tg.¡¡n; Abhev, is a tale, of the Reign of Edwaid the Second and some of the principal events of his Reign are described in a pleasing anil att,active manner. 'There is a spirited sketch of the Battle of Raunockhurn. and the defeat of Edward. i:rjb(!CilC f,,)]iC%-Lite arrogance of his favourites—the perfidy of his Queen, and many imporlallt untl political events of the time, arc al,o well tie"nobed. There is. of course, a Kni,¡h, and his Lady Love, the Hero and the Heroiue of tin- Tale, who go tllroiivll a variety of disappointments and reverses, and are at length also, of course happily united. On the whole, we think" Margam Abbey" will he fouud an interesting Book, by the lover of li-Ilt reading, and A'eil fitte(i for the shelves Of Cii-ettlatiuj London Magazine- John Geen, Newgale Street, London; Pliilp. Clare Street, Bristol; J-y- Bird, Bridgend, Glamorgan, shire; and all other booksellers. Post Office, Bridgend, May 3rd, 1837. I Vol. 8vo. 12s. iilustratcd with Plates, Coloured from Nature. A STUMA, ITS SPECIES AND COMPLICA- CY TION'S or Researches into the Pathology of Disordered Respiration, with remarks on the Reme- dial Treatment, npl'1'0,1 ''e to each variety; being- a Practical and Theoretwal Review of this Malady, cOllsidered in its Simple Form, and in connection with Disease of the lleart, Catarrh, Indigestion, &c. By FRANCIS H. RA:\IA/?(.'fE, 1\1.1), Fellow of the Roval College of Physicians, and Senior Physi- cian to the Infirmary lor Asthma, Consumption, and .,tllllptiol), Ili(1 other Diseases of tllC Chest. London: Longman and Co. Just published, 10s. 0.1. in boards. This day was published, price reduced to 5s. Embellished with *'vu ''hiyravitigs and several >Y oodcuts, No. XXXVI I. OF Til E Q U A 11 T E R L Y J () U R N A L OF A G R 1 C U L T U R E, And PRIZE ESSAYS AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE HIGHLAND AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND. This Number will be found. to contain several papers highly interesting to Agriculturists at the pre- sent moment, among the lollowiug;— Oil Smut, Canker, awl Rust in Corn, wherein a new theory of their Origin is developed.—A graphic Account of the Agriculture of Hindostan.— Descrip- tion of a New Instrument for the Measurement of small quantities of Gi-,iiii.-I)escriptioti of a new Rectifying Still —The True Theory of the Potato failures attempted to be established and the first of a Series of Papers on the insects nlost injurious to Vegetables and Animals.—The Prize Essays contain minute and ample accounts of Manufacturing Drain- Tiles in Scotland and England.—Of Improved Me- thods of making Clover and Meadow li-,iv.-Of Feeding Cattle on different sorts of Food.—And of an Experiment performed by Mr lleathcoat's Steam Plough. William Blackwood and Sons, Ediiibvrgll; and T. Cadell, London. This Day is Published, priee hoards, in One compact Closely-printed V oiuine, 808 pages ANEW AND CO M i'L K T K ENGLISH D 1 C T 1 o N A R Y, Under the Title of "WALKER RE-MODELLED;" Exhibiting the present Usage of the Language, in Spelling, Grammatical lilt, tiot), aii(I Pronunciation; with the Terms of Art, Science, and General Litera- ture that have arisen since the days of Johnson the relationship of words by classification and mutual reference; ancient and peculiar words or senses, with the dates of their use, or the authors' names; the meaning of all common prefixes and common termina- tioiis careful definitions of scientific terms; and the strict as well as popular meaning of words liable to bias the mind in abstract reasoning schemes of sounds more accurate than any yet furnished, with elaborate introductory principles, and instructions for removing defects of utterance, foreign, provincial, vulgar, and impedimental; a Key to the Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names; and Appendix on Modern Foreign Names; &e. By B. it. SMART, Author of an Outline of Sematology; a Practical Grammar of English Pronunciation; Theory and Practice of Elocution, &(,. London: Printed for T. Cadell, Strand; Longman, Rees, and Co.; J. Richardson; J, Booker; Baldwin and Cradock Sherwood and Co.; J. G. and F\ Rivington; Hamilton, Adams, and Co.; Whittaker and Co.; Sinipkin, Marshall, and Co.; W. H. Allen and Co.; E. Hodgson; Smith, Elder, and Co.; Houlston and Son;"j. Tenipleman; J. Van Voorst; J. and J. J. Deightoii, Cambridge; and Blackwood and Sous, Edinburgh. t Mswiraw mmm wmmm. THE RHYMNEY IRON COMPANY are ready JL to LET LAND UPON BUILDING LEASES' The Terms will lie lound very liberal, and may he known by .•w);dying to Richard Johnson, Esq., at the Office, on the premises. Rhyinney Iron Works, March :11, 18-17. PURSUANT ttf a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause, Marquis of BUTE, against FORM AN, the Creditors of William Form n, late of Renydarran, in the County of Glamorgan. Eq., deceased, (who died in July. 1829),- are, on or before the 26th D., y of June, 1837, to come in an-i prove their Debts, before the Right Honourable Robert Lord Henley, one of ,-he Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers in Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London; or, in default thereof, they will be peremptorily excluded thf benefit of the said Decree. SWEET AM) SUTTON, Solicitors, ninzh;¡li Sir""t, London. GLAM OU'o AXSH IRE. jVOriCE IS HEREBY GIVE, that the TOLLS IHISIUg at the R UM NEY B ¡U DG ¡.; GATE WILL RE LET BY AUCTION, to the best bidder,, at the C\R1)IFF ARMS INN. in on SATLUiDAY. the First dav of JlJLY next, between tin- hours of Twelve and in the afternoon, for any term not exceeding Three Years, at the option of the 1 ruslees then present. Whoever shall be declared the best bidder, must, at the allle time, give Securities, to the satisfaction of the said Trustees, for Payment of Ihe item at sllch times a" thevmay direct. R. LEWIS REECE, C erk to the Trustees of the said Bridge. Cardiff, 3rd June, JUJ7. 0 jOWATHaM Enwmm RETURNS his grateful acknowledgments to the Gentry, Inhabitants of BRECON and its Vici- nity, and the Public generally, for the very kind support he has received since his commencement rTi Busilless at the CASTLE HOTEL, now upwards of twenty years, and trusts by having every attention paid to the comforts of his Friends, he may-continue to experience the same patronage he has hitherto been favoured with. He begs to announce that the following Summer Coaches have commenced running Irom the above Office. ROYAL DART POST COACH, to Builth and Llandriinlod Wrells, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at Eight in the Morning. N. Ii.—The Dart Coach proceeds on to Newtown every Wednesday and Friday, from whence there are Coaches daily to Chester, Shrewsbury, Liverpool, Manchester, and all parts of the North. The IMPERIAL, to Merthyr, on Tuesday, Thurs- day, and Saturday Mornings, at the same hour, meeting the Neath and Swansea Mail, and Coaches to Cardiff. The NIMROD, to Bristol, Bath, and London, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Mornings, at Eight. T;ie COLLEGIAN, to Aherystwith, Tenhy, and Haverfordwest, lucsday, Thursday, and Saturday Mornings, at Seven o'clock. London, Gloucester, and Carmarthen Royal Mail, and Worcester and Hereford Coaches as heretofore. [DUTY FREE.] BUILTH UNION. PURSUANT to the Regulations of the REn IS- TRAR GENERAL, made under the provisions of an Act passed in the Gth and 7th years of the Reign of His present Majesty, King William the Fourth, cap. 86, intituled An Act for Registering Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England, I DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that the undermen- tioned Persons, having such qualifications as the Registrar General has, by any general rule now in force, declared to be necessary, to be Registrars of Births and Deaths, have been appointed by the Guardians, Registrars of Births and Deaths, for the several Districts of the above Union, viz.: — For the Builth District. THOMAS POWELL, Builth, Breconsliire. For the Coinyn District. THOMAS LLOYD, Hundred House Inn, Llansant- fraed in Elvel, Radnorshire. For the Abergtccssin District. P TEB. JONES, Llwvneus, Llaulleonville, Breconsliire. AND, I DO HEREBY ALSO raVE NOTICE, that the following Persons, having such qualifica- tions as the Registrar General has, by any general rule now in force, declared to be necessary for this purpose, have been appointed bv me, with the ap- proval of the Guardians, Registrars for the purpose 01 being present at Marriages to be solemnized within the said Union, by virtue of aforesaid Act, eap. 85, viz, DAVID WILLIAMS, Builth, Breconsliire. PETER JONES, above mentioned. Dated this 3rd dav of June, 1837. EVAN V AUG I IAN, Superintendent Registrar of the said Union. THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. HPflE Matters of the Petition and Schedule of the -—- Prisoner hereinafter named (the same having been Tiled in the Court) are appointed to be heard as follows: « At the Court House at Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, on the Fourth day of July, 1837, at the hour of ten in the .Morning precisely. JACOB WILLIAMS, late of the town of New- port, in the County of Monmouth, Victualler, Hallier, and Hay dealer. TAKE NOTICE. 1. !f any Creditor intends to Oppose a Prisoner s isc.targe, Notice of such intention must be given to tllie said Prisoner in Writing, three Clear Days beiore the day of hearing, exclusive of Sunday and exclusive tboth of the DIY of giving such Notice and ot the said Day of ttearing. 2. But in the case of a Prisoner, whom his Credi- tors have removed by an order of the Court, from a gaol iu or near London for hearing in the Country, such Notice of Opposition will be sufficient il given one clear Day before the Dav of hearing. 3. The Petition and Schedule will be produced by the proper Officer for the inspection and examination at the Office of the Court in London, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, between the hours of Ten and Four; and copies of the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required will be provided by the proper Officer accoiding to the Act 7 Geo. 4. e. 57. sec. 76- „ N. B. Entrance to the Office, 111 Ioitugal Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 4. The Duplicate of the Petition and Schedule, and all Books, Papers and Writings filed therewith, will be produced for inspection and examination by the Clerk of the Peace. Town Clerk or other person with whom the same shall have been directed to be lodged for such purpose at the office of such Cierk of the Peace or other person, and copies ot the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be there provided according to the Act 7 Geo. 4, c. 6see. 77. GALSWORTHY and NICHOLS, Solicitors, 9 Cooks Court, Lincolns Inn, London. For HENRY MORGAN, Solicitor, Cardiff. THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. Matters of the Petition and Sehc-dule.of the M Prisoner hereinafter named (the same having been liled in the Court) are appointed to be heard as follows:— At the Court House at Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, 011 the Fourth day of July, 1837, at the hour of Ten in the Morning precisely, EVAN EV A NS, late of the Parish of Saint Fagans, in the County of Glamorgan, labourer. TAKE NOTICE. 1. If any Creditor intends to Oppose a Prisoner's discharge, Notice of such intention must be givell to the said Prisoner in Writing, three Clear Days before the Day of Hearing, exclusive of Sunday and exclusive both of the Day of giving such Notice and of the said Day of hearing. 2. But in the case of a Prisoner, whom his creditors have removed by an Order of the Court, from a Gaol in or near London, for hearing in the Country, such Notice of Opposition will be sufficient if given one Clear Day before the Day of hearing. 3. The Petition and Schedule will be produced by the proper Officer for inspection and examination at the Office of the Court in London, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, between the hours of ten and four: aul Copies of the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be provided by the proper Officer according to the Act 7 Geo. 4. c. (>7. sec. 70.— N. B. Entrance to lift Office, in Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields 4. The Duplicate of the Petition and Schedule, and all books papers and writings filed therewith, will be produced for inspection and examination by the Clerk of the Peace, Town Clerk or other Person with whom the same shall have been directed to be lodged for such purpose at the Office of such Clerk of the Peace or other Person, and Copies of the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be there provided according to the Act 7 Geo. 4. c. 57. sec. 77. GALWORTHY cfe NICHOLS, Solicitors, 9, Cooks Court, Lincolns Inn, London, For REECE, Solicitor, Cardiff. PURSUANT TO THE ACT FOIL THE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS IN ENGLAND The Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors, on the Sixth day of June, 1837. IN the Matter of the Petition of DAVID DAVIES, i) late of Newbridge, near Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, Post Office Keeper, Grocer, Draper, and General Shopkeeper; a Prioner ill the Gaol of Cardiff, in tiie County of Glamorgan. Whereas, the said Prisoner was brought before one of His Majesty's Commissioners for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors proceeding 011 his Circuit, at the Court House at Cardiff, in the said County, on the Thirteenth day of March, 1837, in pursuance of an Order of the Court made in that behalf, in order to the hearing of the matters of the Petition and Schedule of the said Prisoner, and the said hearing was then adjourned by the said Commissioner to some future Circuit to be made by one of His Majesty's Commis- sioners for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors: It is ordered and appointed that the matters of the said Petition and Sc.iedule shall he further heard by- Henry Rev ell Reynolds, Esquire, or one other of His Majesty's said Commissioners proceeding 011 his Circuit, at the Co.irt House at Cardirr, ill the said Co-uity, on the fourth day of July next, at the hour of ten in the morning precisely: of which such Advertisement shall be pltbl ished. ami such Notice shall be given,and to such Persons, as is prescribed by the Rule of Court in that behalf, and as the Commissioner may have directed on making the said adjournment. BY THE COURT. TAKE NOTICE. 1. If any Creditor intends to Oppose the said Prisoner's Discharge, Notice of such intention must be given to the said Prisoner in writing, three Clear Davs before the Day of Hearing above-mentioned, exclusive of Sunday, and exclusive both of the Day of giving sueh Notice and ofthe said Day of Hearing. 2. But where Notice for the original Hearing has been defective, and a short Notice is given for the adjourned Hearing under the Ruleof Court XV. 7, such short Notice will only be valid, upon condition that the Prisoner waives his right to Notice of Opposition. 3. Also Creditors, whose Opposition was com- menced at the former Hearing, are not required to give further Notice of the same. 4. The Petition and Schedule will be produced by the proper Officei lor inspection and examination at the Office ol the Court in London, on Monda\s, Wednesdays, ^"d Fridays between the hours of ten and four, on this Notice being exhibited :—and Copies of the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be provided by the proper Officer according to the Act 7 Geo. 4- c. ;)7. sec. 70.— N. U. Entrance to the in Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 5 The Duplicate of the Petition and Schedule, and all Books, Papers, and Writings filed therewith, will be produced by the Clerk of the Peace, for inspection and examination at his Office at Cardiff, in the said County, and Copies of the Petition and Schedule, or sucn part thereof as shall be required, will be provided aceording to the Act 7 Geo. 4. e. 57. sec. 77. GALSWORTHY & NICHOLS, Solicitors, 0, Cooks Court, Lincolns IlIn, For J- H. LANGLEY. Solicitor, Cardiff. TIlECOlJRT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. nj^HI'j Matteis of the Petitions and Schedules of the Prisonei s hereinafter named (the same having been filed in the Court) arc appointed to he heard as follows: — At the Court House, at Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, 011 tho Fourth day of July, 1837, at the hour of Ten in the Morning precisely. JOHN LL n IS, late of the Parish of Merthyr Tvdvil, in the County of Glamorgan, Licenced Publican, whose wife. Jane Lewis, of Merthyr Tydvil, aforesaid, lif-retolbre carried on the same business there. JANE LEWIS, formerly of the Parish of Merthyr Tydvil, in the County of Glamorgan, Spinster, Licenced Publican, and late of the same place, wife of John Lewis, of Merthyr Tydvil, aforesa d, carrying 011 the business aforesaid. WILLIAM STEPHENS, late of Dowlais, in the Parish of Merthyr Tydvil, in the County of Gla- morgan, Beer Seller, Grocer, Draper and Shopkeeper. TAKE NOTICE. 1. If any Creditor intends to Oppow a Prisoner's discharge. Notice of SUell illtpntiolllllust he given to the said Prisoner in writing, throe clear dnys beforc tin1 day of hearing, exclusive ofSuuday and exclusive both of the day of giving such Notice and of the said day of hearing. 2. But in the case ofa Prisoner, whom his creditors have removed bv an order of the court, from a gaol iii or near London for hearing in the country, such Notice of Opposition will be sufficient if given one clear day before the day of hearing. 3. I lie Petition and Schedule ill be producell by the proper Officer for inspection and examination at the Office of the Court in London, 011 Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, between the hours of Ten anil Four: and Copies of the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be pro- vided by the proper Officer according to the Act 7 Geo. 4, c. 57, s. 70. N. B Faitrauee to the Office, in Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn, Fields. 4. The Duplicate of the Petition and Schedule, and all Books, Papers and Writings filed therewith, will be produced for inspection and examination by the Clerk of the Peace, Town Clerk, or other Person with whom the sallie sltallhave been directed to be lodged for such purpose at the Office of such Clerk of the Peace or other Person,and Copies of the Petition and schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be there provided according to the Aci 7 Geo. 4, c.57, sec. 77, GALSWORTHY and NICHOLS, Solicitors, 9, Cooks Court, Lincolns I1111, London. For J. H. LANGLEY, Solicitor, Cardiff. THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBIORS. nPlIE Matter of the Petition and Schedule of the Prisoner hereinafter named (the same having been file.I in the Court) are appointed to be heard as follows :— At the Court House at Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, on the Fourth day of July, 1837, at the hour of Ten in the Morning precisely. BENJAMIN THOMAS, late of the Town of Merthyr TydfiI, in the County of Glamorgan, Grocer. TAKE NOTICE. L If allv Creditor intends to oppose a Prisoner's discharge, Notice of such intention must be given to the said Prisoner in Writing, three clear Days before the Day of hearing, exclusive ol Sunday and exclusive both of the Day of giving«such Notice and of the said Day of hearing. 2. But in the Case of a Prisoner, whom his Creditors have removed by an Order of the Court, from a Goal in or near London for hearing in the Country, such Notice of Opposition will he sufficient if given one clear Day before the Day of hearing. 3. Petition and Schedule will be produced by the proper officer for inspection and examination at the office of the court in London, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and FVidavs, between the hours of Ten ami Four; and copies of the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be provided by the proper officer according to the Act 7 Geo. 4, c. 57. sec. 70. N. B. Entrance to the office, ill Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn F'ields. 4. Tile duplicate of the Petition and Schedule, and all books, papers, and writings filed therewith, will be produced for inspection and examination by the Clerk of the Peace, 1 own Clerk or other person with whom the same shall have been directed to be lodged for such purpose at the Office of such Clerk of the Peace or other Person, and Copies of the Petition and Schedule, or such part thereof as shall be re quired, will be there provided according to the Act 7 (ieo. 4. c. 57, '7. GALSWORTHY & NICHOLS, Solicitors, 9, Cooks Court, l.ineolns Inn, London, For CHARLES BROWN, Solicitor, CardifT. General Evans arrived iu Paris oil Monday evening 011 his route to London. The commercial failures in London have cre- ated a very general despondency in Paris, where corresponding calamities are anticipated. OPENING OF THE LIVEHPOOL AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.— O" the morning of Thursday se'nnight, a train, consisting of four carriages, and three waggons, laden with iron and oilier necessary articles, started from Liverpool at eight o'clock, and proceeded to Warrington. fhe party consisted of about thirty gentlemen. Colonel Maberly and Mr Louis, from the General Post-otnce, came expressly to Liverpool for the purpose of accompanying the party. The party remained in Birmingham during the night of Thursday, and at ten minutes past eleven on Friday morning, the party left VVol verhamptou on their return to Liverpool. The party reached Liverpool exaotly at four o'clock, highly delighted with the success of their journey. The engine was frequently propelled at a. speed exceeding thirty-five miles au hour!

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