Orders and Advertisements will be received by the following CountryAgsnts. ARDIbF; iMr. WM. HIIW, Kookseller. MOXiWOUTH Mr. C. HOUGR, Bookseller, &e. IIRECON Mr. WM. EVANS, Ship Street. NL' P()K.T Messrs. YVEBUHR and Sos. Booksellers BIUDGKND Mr. J. BIRD. NEA TH Mr. WHITTINGTON, Auctioneer. SWAXSFCA Mr. DAY, Law Stationer, Mount street. COWURJDGE: Post Office. NEWBRIDGE—Mr JOHN JENKINS. CRtCKHOWEL: Mr. T. WILI,IANIS. ABERGAVENNY Messrs. WATKINS & SoN, P.O. USK MK. WILLIAM DAVIS, Land A4eiit & Surveyor CHEPSTOW Mr.B. BRADFORD,Chemist & Druggis liANDOVERY: WILLIAM REES, Post Office. BUILTH Mr Tfto MAS GWILLIM. Lion Hotel. TREDEGAR: Mr. JOHN DAVIS ( Brychan), Bookseller AND At the GAZETTK and GUARDIAN Office, High Stre Mcrrhyr Tydvil, where all Communications are requested to be addressed.
AGENTS FOR BRISTOL AND IIKRKFORD. BR 1S TOL Mr. Jon N REUS, 31, College Green. HEREFORD: Mr. W.H. VALE, Bookseller, HIGH St. LONDON' AGENTS. Messrs ViiWTON and Co., Warwick Square. Mr. R-BAPKER,33, Fleet Street. Mr. S. DEACUN Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook. Mr.G. REVNEL^. 42, Chancery Lane, Fleet Stieci, Messrs M. and W. E. HAMMOND, 5>7, Lombard street, Messrs. CLARKE and LEWIS, 4, Crown Glurt, Thread. needle Street. MR. JOSEPH THOMAS, I, Finch Lane, Messrs. JUDGE and Co., Palace New Road, Westminster Mr J. JENKINS 17, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. AND To a 11 Postmasters and Clerks of the Roads. This Paper is regularly filed at Peel'sCoffee House, Fleet Street. j The Chapter Coffee House, St .Paul's. I And atthe Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook, London
BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS, WILL SAIL kSSLki 3il8>v Durin',heNEXT week'MII8>V AS FOLLOWS *2$y^ygK^' FROM BRISTOL. JULY 17. Monday 54 morn. 5 after I IB, TPESDAY 6 morn 5i after i 19, \VEI»NESD A Y 7 morn lo'l morn THURSDAY 8 morn. 11^ morn S 21. FRIDAY 8 inorn 12 noon |> 22, SATURDAY 9 mom. 1 after FROM NEWPORT. J •ULY 17, MONDAY 9 morn 3J after 18, TUESDAY 5 morn 4 after F 19, WEDNESDAY. 5 morn 5 after 20, THURSDAY 5& morn 5-i after 21, FRIDAY 6 morn 6 after 22, SATURDAY. 61 morn li after j FARES :—After Cabin, 4s.—Fore-0*>h, 2s.—Chil- dren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is each. Four-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s.; JJ°rses each, 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one 04,senger, Lis.; Horse and Rider,After-Cabin, 7s ditto ( "ore-Cabin, 6s. l"o and Fro same day, (provided a To and Fro Ticket taken), After Cabin, 6s.. Fore Cabin, 3s. p The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets JjIvE NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any Mscoger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any J*0°ds, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged ) n*less ooked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; if above the value of 40s. to be entered at its value, *•*<1 Carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time „ Booking. I fONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily leJ*eeO these places and Newport. A R IRON WORKS, through Ahercarn, New- Bedwelty, and a branch from Newbridge to •j!1 ntyglo.—A Coach Daily between these places and 'wport arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- aud starting at I o'clock afternoon. h J'he CAM Kill A, Steam Packet, leaves Cumberland I' aSln, Hotwells, every Morning, for PORTSHEAD, and .'■'urns in the Evening. For times of sailiug. &c., see bills. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- P*0y s Office, 1, Quay, Bristol; or at the Packet-Offices, 0,*nharn-Wharf, Hotwells, and RodHev WJiarf, New- JOtfN JONES, Agent. CARDIFF and BRISTOL. Ik The New and Swift Going Steam t Packet, NAUTILUS, J JOHN ALLEN, Commander, Is intended to ply during the NEXT \\I EK, with Passengers and Goods, as follows s FROM CARDIFF. Coach from 1 j"LY Merthyr. 'Monday 4J afternoon .12^ afternoon j 9?*"tWednesday 5J morning 14 morning- Zl«.Friday 7} morning 3J morning FROM BRISTOL. Coach to Merthyr. JULY 18,.f Tuesday 51 morning 91 morning 20..Thursday 6 morning 10 morning 22..Saturday 7 morning I I morning t OFw tkesedavs a to and fro Passage. "Wh'i Waggon meets the Packet for Merthyr, Sec.— i avis's Waggon meets the Packet for Newbridge, Tre- •orest, See. The lioad at Cardiff leading to the Steam Packets has ''Idergone a thorough repair, and may be traversed with Carriages and other vehicles with the greatest safety and ease. FARES: After Cabin, 5s.-Fore Cabin, 3s. Children under Twelve Years of Age, Half-price. B Dogs. Is. each. may be had on Board, on moderate terms. A Fexale Steward attends the Ladies' Cabin. Four.whe.ei Carriage, 215.; Ditto, drawn by one horse, 15g.; Two-wh««l Carriage, IOs. 6d; Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin, 9s.. Fore Cabin. 7s. fid Arrangements are now made for the conveyance of Manchester Goods, via Liverpool, per Mountaineer, in Conjunction with the Swansea and Cardiff Packets, at a Ve*y Cheap and Expedftious Rate. U.B. Goods intended to be shipped per this Packet. ^•wtbe scot to the Packet Office, No. 12, Quay Street, where they will be hauled to the Packet, at the Com. pHny'g expense; or they will be taken in at the Cum- e'land Basin Locks, by KOBE1IT CHAPLIN. Goods forwarded, to all parts of the Kingdom without delay. Coaches, to and from Merthyr,&.c' meet the "Nautilus" JJ* Arrival and Departure. fr«m Cowbridge, daily, and also Spring Waggons to each of the above places. Newbridge, Aberdare, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, risteni, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these Places in Lock-up Ç.ual Boats and Waggons immediately 011 arrival, utilesra-rileired by any particular conveyance. Freight teitw paid on delivery. Furtherinformationmay be obtained of Mr RICHARD 'ONES TODD, Agent,St.Mary Street, and atthe Packet Ot1ic. on the Wharf, Cardiff; Mr JOHN GRIFFITH • ONES, Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, and of JOr W. J. DE BUCK, No 8, Fvnclnirch Street. London NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet gilw,e Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passengers' Luggage, nor will they be answerable for Goods, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) Ilnless Booked at either of their Offices in Cardiff or Bristol, and if above the value of 40s., entered at its "a(ue, and Carriage in proportion paid for the same, at the time of Booking. (P4RDIFF AND BRISTOL. REDUCED FARES. Four \y hW Carriages drawn by one Horse only 10s.6d. Tiae JjLexr and beautiful Fast Going ||.|I|NV Packet, ttflSiSlEs* LADY CHARLOTTE, Two Eiigines 30 Horse Power F(iplk, 11. T. PAEFITT, Commander, Will Ply duriug the ensuing week, with Passengers and Goods, as follows — FROM CARDIFF. Coach from JULY Merthyr. IS.Tuesday 51 afternoon li after 20..THURSDAY 6.J morning 2t morn 22..SATURDAY Si morning 4.1 morn FROM BRISTOL. Coaches to Merthyr 4-c. at July 17..MONDAY 3 afternoon 7 afternoon 19.-f WEDNESDAY 5 afternoon 9 afternoon 21..FRIDAY 6J morning morning t On these Days a to and fro Passage. North's Waggon, for Merthyr, immediately after the arrival of the Packet from Bristol. FARES After C Cabin, 3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is. each. A Female Steward attends the Ladics' C:¡.hin.-Rc. freshments may be had on Board on moderate Terms. Four-Wheel Carriage, 2ls.; Dittodrawn by One Horse, and Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; ge, Horse and Rider, Alter Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d.; Cattle; sheep. These Fares include every expense. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the LADY CHAULOTTEto be seulto Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Merthyr, "c.-Fast Light Post Coaches to and from the Lady Charlotte. Newbridge, Aberdare, Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend. Llantrissent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these Places in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats irn- mediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c. &c. forwarded to all parts -of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. NOT I C E.-The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet give notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage nor will they be answerable for ,any Goods, PacKages, or Parcels, (if lost or damaged) un- ■less booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, it above the value of £2, unless entered at its value, and carriage, in proportion paid for the same, at the time of hooking. Any further information as to Freight. &c. will be readily obtained by applying to the Agents, Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Wbarf, Cardiff; or to Mr W. B. OWtftJ, 15, Avon Crescent, Hotwells, Bristol. ■■■■W———BBBM—MfMI wni utt—n—BB—— MERTHYR. TO bt Sola bl? auction, t the TRON BRIDGE PUBLIC HOUSE, in the Town of ME RTHYH, on FRIDAY, the 28th of JULY, 1837, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to the con- ditions then to be produced, LL those FOUR COTTAGES or DWELLING HOUSES, situate opposite the Iron Bridge Public louse, which are held under a Lease for the term of 39 years, of which 952 are now unexpired, at the low parlv Gtound Rent of 12 shillings. Further particulars may be obtained by applying to W. .ichard, the Proprietor, on the Premises, or to R. Williams, Auctioneer, Aberdare, all letters to be post aid. BRECONSHIRE. Mountain Ponies and Scotch Cattle. To be oUJ bs nitctiott, By R. WILLIAMS, in MONDAY, the 24th JULY next, at GELLI TARW FA!!M, near HIRWAIN IRON'WORKS, I PC MOUNTAIN PONIES, of different Ages carefully selected from the most approved Breeds l the Counties of Brecon and Glamorgan. The who! will be Sold without Reserve, and Three [ouths Credit will be given on approved Security. SALE TO COMMENCE AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. rHE SHMMI-IH] O(Q) DEVONSHIRE. SHUTTLEWROTH & SONS BEG to announce that they have received in- structions to Offcr for aIr by gluction, it the MART, on FRIDAY, AUGUST, 11, 1837, at 12 o'Clock, an important Productive and VALUABLE PROPERTY,—COMPRISING THE SHAUGH IRON MINES, ituate in tbe Parish of SH VUGH, about Seven Miles om Plymouth, in the County of Devon; together with le Railways, Waggons, Tools, Implements, and Ma. !rials. The Works, which have hitherto been confined ) all immense Lode of Hamatite Iron Ore, illter. lixed with Plumbago, are carried on by open Cutting nd bring of the Argilaceous description upwards of 0,000 Tons may be raised annually with great facility nd at a small expense. There are also indications of a COl P apposed to the cross the Lode of the Wheal Lopes Cop- < er Mine, in the adjoining Sett. From the localities of the Mines, the \VoiK9 can be rosecuted without the assistance of Machinery. The (res bear a high character with the Iron Masters in Vales. The Port of Plymouth possesses peculiar dvantages as a place of shipment, and the contiguous iailways essentially reduce the expense of transit. In short, with a very moderate Capital, these MineSi /hich are deemed nearly exhaustible, will be found to squiie only intelligence and attention to open a most rolilic source of wealth. Printed particulars, with plans of the Sett, and condi- ftms Of Sate^-msy be ubtamed at tbo Bush Hotel,„ Iristol; the Cardiff Arms, Cardiff; Church's Royal Iotel, Newport; the Commercial Rooms, Newcastle nd Sunderland thu Castle Inn, Merthyr Tydvil; the Ingel. Liverpool; the Nelson Hotel, Birmingham; the iew London Inn. Exeter; the Bedford Arms, Tavistock; nd the principal Hotels at Penzance, Falmouth, Truro, iodmin, Launceston, Redruth, and St. Austel. Capt. Thomas Henwood.at the Mines, will show the ame and further particulars, conditions, and plans, nay be obtained on application (if by letter, to be lost-paid) to Mr William Langdon, East Stonehouse, )evon Messrs. Shuttleworth and Sons, No. 28, 'oultry, London; Messrs. Keddell and Baker, Solicitors, 16, Fenchurch street, London; Messrs. 1. and H. T. irnith. Solicitors, Devonport; Mr John Edtnonds, Solici- or. Plymouth; or, Mr John Kelly, Solicitor, Plymouth. Dated 22nd June, 1837. SOUTH WALES. FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, COAL MINES, AND OTHER MINERALS, [n the County of CARMARTHEN, for Investment or Occupation. Mr GEORGE ROBINS, IS INSTRUCTED O tn bg Auction, On THURSDAY, JULY 27. at Twelve o'Clock. at the AUCTION MUtT. in LONDON, rHE Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE of TRIM- t SARAN, within three miles of the Sea, and four miles of the Market Towns and SEAPORTS of KIDWELTY and LLANELLY, and twelve miles from Carmarthen, with which town it rommunicates by water, consisting of about 700 ACRES of EXCELLENT PASTURE ARABLE, and WOOD LAND, the surface alone producing above £ 700 per annum ex- clusive of the Annual produce from the Woods. The MINERALS consist of COAL, IRON, STONE, FIRE-BRICK CLAY, and building stone, and EXTEND UNDER THE WHOLE PROPERTY, 700 ACRES. The minerals under about 200 Acres besides of adjoining land are secured to the Proprietor of this Estate by [.eases. The Coal, Iron, and Fire Clay are to an almost ex- haustless ext<»nt; the Coal under the whole has been computed to be twenty millions of tons; the Colliery communicates by Canals with THREE DIFFERENT HARBOURS, within four, five, and six miles distance, is worked and workable for ages by level and wat. balance, \II¡thout steam-engines, and consequently, free from the injurious stoppages to which Collieries, worked by machinery, are liable. The Coal is of that valuable kind called ANTRACITE, or STONE COAL, verv strong, burns without smoke, and is in demand for siearn and locomotive engines. Antractte is considered stronger than ordinary coal by 25 per cent. and more, arid is coining into great use ill \MEulCA for STEAM NAVIGATION and HOUSE- HOLIJ USE. The NEW RIVEtt COMPANY it LONDON have used it these three years. It may be here remarked that the imfprtantdiscoveries and improvements in the manufacture Jf Iron by the ap- plication of Antracite, instead of the bituminous Coal, itherto invariably used for this pur'ose, renders this property one of extreme value, and wheh twelve months since could i;gt have been attached to it. 1 he large extent of the Mineral tract embracing ANTRACITE, Oil STONE 20AL, with Iron-stone and the advantages wiich the property possesses from its locality to ports of shpment, hold out strong inducements for the SUCCESSFUL ESTABLISHMENT oflRON WORKS on the MOST EXTENSIVE SCALU, in the UNITED KINGDOM, and, therefore, viewed alone in that light as holding out the P-osilect of a HANDSOME FORTUNE being REALISED at at; EARLY 'ERIOD, The profitable sale is now about 20 000 TONS A.yp\R. WHICH BY EXERTION MAyBE DOUBLED. The works, canals, and railways aflcorplete, and the i cost of the coal will be diminished b an increased sale. There it an excellent FAMILY RESIDENCE, with suitable offices, and extensive sta'lillg' farm, and out. buildings. The situation is beatitial, commanding very extensive views oversea and landi is altogether a most desirable property, either for invetment or residence. The colliery is not, nor ever will be, an annoyance to the house or grounds. The estate's well timbered. It is to be submitted to POSITIVE SALE, and wll-iou,r a LIMIT. Particulars may be had, 28 dllYjprio to the sale, by application to Mr George Robins,his offices, Coveut Garden; or toMessts,Chisholme, (all,and Gibsou, Soli- citors to the vendors, 64, LincolVflan Fields. ■■■BHBnaMwnMaHHaaBHaa HEREFORDSHIRE. ELDSJiLE 0[i^E§™E[ftSTD To tie Soltr bJ1 Auction, By J. MORGAN and SON, )n MONDAY the Seventeenth Day of JULY, J&37,'at the BEAUFORT AHMS HOTEL in the Town of MONMOUTH, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, sub. ject to conditions of sale to be then produced, LOT 1. ALL that CAPITAL ESTATE, called TF.N- NERSFIEL1J, situate in the Parish ofGARWAY, :onsisting of a very excellent Farm House (which at a ,mall expense might be made fit for a genteel family) vith Barns, Stables, Folds, Workman's Cottage, and undry other Farm Buildings, all in good repair, and 90A. 2R. I P. (more or less) of fertile Arable, Meadow, lasttire and Wood Land, and prime Orchard Land. The Land has been in the hands of the Proprietor for nany years and is in high condition. The Estate is remarkably well watered, and a great wrtion of the meadow ground is capable of being irri- ;ated. There is a considerable quantity of very thriving rimber. A'bout one half the Property is Freehold and Tythe ree, the other half is Copyhold, but of a tenure equal to freehold. There is a Quarry of very superior Paving md other Stone. LOT 2. All those very excellent MEADOW and ORCH- ARD LANDS, containing together, 5A. 2R. 28P. (more >r less) of the very first quality, near to Lot 1. The above Lots are within easy distances of Aberga- 'enny, Ross, Monmonth, and Hereford, all good Market rowns, find near to the Abergavenny and Hereford Tram loat-I adjoin Lands of the Right Hon. Lord Southwell, "id A. Whittaker and P. Prosser, Esquires, and are only i few minutes walk from the Church. Possession may be had on 2nti February next. So good an opportunity for investment rarely happens. family arrangement induces the offer of the Estate, "id^ it will be sold. 1o the Soprtsman and Angler it holds out great attrac- ions, being in a county abounding with game, and near o the River Monow which is so celebrated for its fish. For Particulars apply to the Auctioneers, and Messrs. dwards, Solicitors, Ross or Mr Norton, Solicitor, Mon- tiouth. VALUABLE MINERAL PROPERTY. TO BE OFFERE13 gor nlt bl) Public Auction, ,t the CROWN INN, PONTYPOOL, on S ATURD \Y, the 22nd day of JULY, 1837, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, BY MR HENTRY M. PARTRIDGE, iubjectto such conditions as shall be then declared, and in one or more Lots, as may be determined on by the Vendor, ALL that FARM, called the TRANCH, con- sisting of 36 Acres and two :!oods, or thereabouts, f Land, with Coppice and other Wood growing thereon, nd Four Cottages erected on part of the Premises, in he occupation of William Harris, and others. The above Premises are customary hold, held of the nanor of Wentsland and Bryngwyn, and are situate in Parish of Trcvethin, in the county of Monmouth. Tile Lands are known to contain seven Veins of good Joa fit for manufacturing or other purposes, and lour reiiVs of Iron tire, of the iikc«jualitji .u:4h thase smelted it the Blaendare Furnaces; and on atnoderate compu atiou the Minerals under the Lands. may be estimated It 25,000 tons of Coal, and 5,000 tons of Iron Ore, to in Acre. From the situation of the above Lands, the Minera's nay be worked cither from CWIl) Frwd or from TJosnant, md the underground workings belonging, to the Blaeri iare Furnaces have already been driven up to the Property. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Prothero and Phillips, Newport, where a Map of the Farm may be !een, if by letter, postage paid and to see the Estate, to Tenant Mr William Harris, who will be instructed to shew the same. VALUABLE BUILDING GROUND. TO BE OFFERED dFor fcfi$wbltc Unction, At the W ESTG ATE IN V, NEW PORT, on S ATUR D A Y, the 29th day of JULY, 1837, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon. By M r H. AT. PARTRIDGE, Subject to such Conditions as shall he then declared, and in one or more Lots as may be determined on by the Vendor, I^WO Pieces or Parcels of FREEHOLD MEA- DOW LAND, situate near the Sirhowy Tramroad, at PILLGW 111 the Parish of Saint Woollas, in the County of MONMOLU H, containing by admeasurement six Acres, tvo Hoods, and thirteen Perches, or thereabouts. The above Lands afford convenient situations for huilding. and when the great demand which exists for Building Ground at T'illgwenlly, and the very high price obtained for the same are cons tierect, it will be seen that the Propeity now offered oi Sale is of considerable value, and that the oppor,uni'.v uow offered to secure Freehold Sites for building ought not to be lost. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Prothero and Phillips, Newport where a Map of the Lands may be seen, (if by letter, postage paid.) MONMOUTHSHIRE. o be on.T kg Auction; Atthe WHITE HART INN, in the Village of SAINT MELLONS, in the County of MONMOUTH, on TUESDAY, the 16th of JULY, 1337, at Six of the Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as shail be then declared, PWLL MAWR ESTATE, Situate in the Parish and Manor of ROMNKY, in the County of Monmouth, in Four Lots. LOT 1 —All those Four Pieces or Parcels of Meadow and Pasture Land, being part of Pwll Mawr Estate aforesaid, situate adjoining the Highways, leading from the Town of Cardiff to Peterstone, and from Pwll Mawr to the Village of Castletown, and con- taining, by admeasurement, 3 Actes, and 22 Perches, be the same more or less. Lot 2.- All those Three Pieces or Parcels of Meadow and Pasture Land, part of the PwIl Mawr Estate afore- said, situate adjoining the said Highway, learling from the Town of Cardiff, and on the opposite side of the said Highway fioin Lot 1, and containing, by admeasure- nient,4 \cres,2 Roods, and 5 Perches, be the same more more or less. Lot 3. — All those Three Pieces or Parcels of Meadow and Pastuie Land, part of Pwll Mawr Estate aforesaid, adjoining Mardu Farm, and the Estate of Sir Mark Wood, Baronet, and contaiuing; by admeasurement, 5 Acres, 2 Roods, and 15 Perches, be the same more or less. Lot -I.— All that Piece or Parcel of Meadow Land, part of Pwll Mawr E",ate aforesaid, adjoining the Estate of Sir Mark Wood, Baronet, and the Lands of the late Mr John Pearce, and containing, by admeasurement, 2 Acres, 3 Roods, and 25 Perches, be the same more or less- The Tenure of the Land is Cnpyhold of Inheritance, its quality is equal to any in the neighbourhood, and its situation is highly advantageous, bein uear a Mall Coach Road, and within the distance of Eight Miles from the flourishing Town of Newport, and Four Miles from the improving Town of Cardiff. For further particulars enquire of Mr Thomas Jones Phillips, Solicitor, Newport, at whose Office a Map of the T Estate may be seen. Newport, July 1st, 1837. HAVERFORDWEST. O be I&i.siposiciJ of A N EXCELLENT RETAIL IRONMONGERY A BUSINESS, in the centre of the above rapidly improving Town, and the only one in or near the vicinity of the Markets. The Stock is small, well selected, and consists gene- rally of such goods as are daily required. The whole of the Dwelling House and Premises may be taken, or the Shop and such part thereof as is now occupied in the business. The Stock may be had on reasonable terms of credit. Apply (post paid) to Henry Phillips, Anctioneer and Ironmonger) Market Street, Haverfordwest, GLAMORGANSHIRE. CarTriff £ umptftc Digtrict. 0 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TOLLS arising at the PWLLPANT, GWERNYGAIACH and PORSED GATES, within this District, I WFLL BE LKT BY AUCTION, to the best Bidder, at the House of ELIZABETH BAR- RETT, Innkeeper, called and known by the name of a the CARDIFF ARMS INN, in CARDIFF, on S ITUR. d DAY, the TWELFTH DAY of AUGUST next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon in the manner directed by the Acts passed in the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of his late Majesty, King George the Fourth, "For Regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls produced the 1 last Year, above the expences of collecting them, the fol- lowing sums, viz:- d The P wily pant and Gwernygaiach Gates £ 141 ti The Porsed Gate 51 o Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, most at the same time pay one Month in advance (ifrequired) of the Rent, at which such Tolls may be Let, and give T security, with sufficient sureties, to the satisfaction of the II Trustees of the said District, for payment of the rest of the Money Monthly (or in such other propositions as shall be directed.) S WM. JENKINS, s Clerk of the Trustees of the said District. F Cardiff, 10th July, 1837. J CV2,000 READY TO BE ADVANCED,upon Mortgage of Freehold Landed Security, in the County of Glamorgan or Monmouth, on application, (if by letter, I post paid) to Mr William Jenkins, Cardiff, j —————————————————————— ————————————— j Æ'1)]3illlli)])£mm J CANAL NAVIGATION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the AN- 5 NUAL GENERAL MEETING, or Assembly, of £ the Company of Proprietors of this Navigation, WILL HE HELD at the CANAL OtFICE, (at the head of the said Canal), on THURSDAY, the 20th Day of ( JULY next, at the hour of Eleven in the Forenoon. S JAMES PETHERICK, 3 Clerk to the Company. I Canal Office, June 24th, 1837. GLAMORGANSHIRE. ] SCHEDULE OF FINES, FORFEITURES and f PENALTIES, paid or payable to the Treasurer j of the County, from Easter Quarter Sessions,.to and induding the Trinity Quarter Sessions, 1837. Su.u i ay- By villain to NAMES. Sum Paid able, but be Paid, or ( not Paid. Remarks. '1_- CAERPHILLY. John Hayes 0 .5 0 John Daley 0 5 0 Margaret Daley 0 5 0 John llayes i 0 10 0JgthJulyCS Ricii.-ird Rees J) 0 David Rees. -1 0 0 Thomas David 0 5 0 William Barns 1 0 0 Andrew Grey 0 5 0 Thomas Roden 0 2 6 David Lovatt. 0 2 6 Abraham fiichards ..026 Isaac Jones 0 2 6 l- David Jones 0 2 6 g David l,ovitt 0 2 6 j Lewis Rees. 3 0 0 Committed S Richard Jones 0 5 0 II William Havard. 0 2 6 d Evan Jones. 050 a William Powell 0 10 0 Absconded 2 David Webber 0 2 6 s Mary Williams O 2 6 n Mary Vaugfhan 0 2 0 jitil' Hopkins 0 2 6 Sarah Wilson 0 2 6 Rovyland Williams.. 050 Thomas Thomas. 0 5 0 Evan Thomas 1 0 0 EvThomas 22nd July t Evan Bevan I 0 0 Bevan ditto Marv Jones 0 10 0 MaryJones ditto Margaret Powell 0 10 0 ditto Ann Thomas 0 10 0 A- '5.l'?m3S ditto Robert Jones 2 0 0 Committed Same 2 0 0 Committed Sarah Hazel 4 10 0 Committed Jones, con- Morgan Thomas 1 0 0 stable, Eg- lwysilan Thomas David i o 0 Ameston Thomas 3 1,5 0 Thomas Thomas. 150 Thomas James 0 5 0 CARDIFF. John John 0 5 0 Mary Nixon 0 JO 0 Ann Bevan 010 Mary Roderick. 0 10 0 MRoderick Michael Anthony ..050 David Evan 3 0 0 Committed John John 0 10 0 Ann Evans 10 0 0 Absconded John Roberts 2 -0 0 COWBRIDGE. No Return. DYNASPOWIS. John Hopkin 0 10 0 KmUOR. No Return LLANOAVELACII. Catherine Richard.. 0 0 6 Evan Thomas 4 15 6 Committed MTSKIN. Margaret Howell 0 S 0 Evan John 0 7 0 John Davies 0 7 6 NEATH. Rees Rees 1261 William Bo wen 0 10 0 Ann Griffiths 050 Leyslion Thomas. 0 15 0 Rees Thomas 0 5 0 Mary Llnwllyn 0 5 0 William Thomas ..1 2 0 0 Committed Llewellin Llewellin .1. 3 19 0 Committed Evan Harry .jO 3 6 Rees Hopkin 1 7 0 Committed l £ dward Thomas ■ 3 16 0 Committed Phillip Davies .|0 10 6 NEWCASTLE and OfmoRE. David Morgan 0 2 6 Kdward Griffith 1 19 6 ) John Griffith 1 6 ROHOUGH OF SWAN- SEA. Sarah Foster 0 10 6 John Brazel 0 0 6 James Evanson 0 0 6 Hannah Thomas 0 0 6 Benjamin Morgan 0 10 II UNBRED OF SWANSEA. Evan Jones. 2 0 0 Evan Jones Eliza Powell 0 0 6 David Stephens 1 0 0 William Webb 0 0 6 Thomas Nekrives 0 9 6 Sarah Tijoinas 0 1 0 Total 28 16 6 E. P. RICHARDS, Cardiff, 4th July, 1837. Treasurer. NOTICE 1SHEREBY GIVEN, that a MEETING of the Inhabitants and Rate Payers, of the Parish of BEDWELLTY, in the County of MONTMOUTH. WILL BE HELD at the TOW HAIL, in the TOWV 3f TREDEGAll, on MONDAY, the 17th day of JULY, 1837. at One of the Clock in the Afternoon, for the purpose of hearing and determining upon any proposition that may then be made by, or on the part of, Messrs. Harfords. and Co., for settling the differences at present existing between them and the Inhabitants of Bedwellty, respecting certain Public Highways within that Parish. It will be desirable to have » punctent and fall attendance of those interested in the matters to be discussed. By Order of the Inhabitants, THOMAS JONES PHILLIPS, Their Solicitor. WE, the GUARDIANS of the CARDIFF UNION, assembled at a Board, held this 27th lay of April. 1837, DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, ;hat the said Board has, in pursuance ef the provisions )f the Act of the 6th and 7th of Wi!liam IV. cap. 86, ntitutled, An Act for Registering Birlhs, Deaths, and Carriages in England," been divided by the Guardians, with the approval of Registrar General, into the follow, ng Registrar's Districts, namely Cardiff 5t. John and St. Mary Cayra it. Mellons ichaelstone-le-Pit Rumney Cocran Roath Llandough Llandaff Lequeth Radyr Penarth St. Fagans Lavernock Registrar, Mr James Lewis, Surgeon, Cardiff. Lontristent. Llsntrissent I Llanillterne Lantwit Vardre St. Bride's super Ely Peterstone super Ely Pendoylan Pentyrch j Registrar, Mr Evan Davies, Surgeon, Newbridge. St. Nicholas. St. Nicholas Porthkerry St. Lythaus Penmark Wenvoe Lancarvan St. Andrews Bonvilstone Cadoxtou juxta Barry Lantrythyd Sully Welsh St. Donats Merthyr Dovan Michaelstone super Ely Barry St. George Registrar, Mr David W. Davies, Surgeon, Cardiff. I Caerphill.g. Eglwysilan, including its I' Whitchurch Hamlets Hudiy Llanedarne Vaen Lisvane Hanishen Registrar, Mr Evan Edwards, Surgeon. Caerphilly. THOMAS WATKINS, Clerk of the Board and Superintendent Registrar. ^Signed,) } Guardians of the Poor of T. B. ROUS, f the Cardiff Union, in the J. J. BASSETT, S>Counties of Glamorgan H. LEWIS, t and Monmonth. [DUTY FREE.] BRECKNOCK UNION. v 00 IBtUlirLIMlS&g. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Builders desirous of Contractiug to ERECT A WORK- HOUSE, for the above Union at CAE FFYNON, near 5\IN I DAVID'S WELL, in LLANVAES, in the Borough of BRECON, may inspect the Plans and Specifications, at my office in Lion Street, Brecon, ,ntil FRIDAY, the 21st day of JULY, 1837. and may lehver. ealed Tenders for Building the said Workhouse, it my office, on or before Ten o'Clock, on Saturday, 21ld July, 1837. Carriage paid, on which latter day the same will be taken into consideration and finally deter- nined upon. J Dated the 8th July, 1837. At the Weekly Meeting of Saturday. 8th July, 11.37, Mr Evan Williams, Guardian of Llanddew. gave Notice Lliat he will, on SATURDAY, 22nd JULY, 1837, at Twelve at Noon, move that the future Meetings of this Board be held in the Room at the present Workhouse appropriated for that purpose. WAL. CHURCHEY, Clerk to the Union. [DUTY FREE.] COUNTY OF BRECKNOCK. AT the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, held at Brecon, in and for the said County, on Tuesday, the 27th day of June, 1837, it was Ordered I that, in pursuance of an Order of his said late Majesty in Council, dated the I9;h of April, 1837, and of the Acts of the 3rd Year of the Reign of his late Majesty, cap. 64, and of the 7th year of the same Reign, cap. 102, the County of Brecknock he divided, for the purpose of Polling at any Election of the Knight of the Shire, into the Districts named in the First Column hereunder written and that such Districts be assigned to the Polling Places set opposite the same respectively in the Second Column hereunder written. First Colulnn. Second Column. District No. 1. The Borough of Brecon.. The Hundred of Peukelly 0 (exclusive of the Town- j 2 ship of Tredustan and the Hamlet of Trevinon.) « Tfa T f Brecknock. THE PARISHES oF 3 ineiownoi nrec&noc*. Saint David's Penderin Llanspyddid and The Hundred of Merthyr (exclusive of the Parish of Llandilorfan.) District No.2. 2 The remainder of the Run- The Village of Devyn dred of Devynnock and nock. I be Parish of District Yo. 3. THl. PARISHES OF Hay and Llanigon, and the o Hamlet of Glvnfach; and I; the whole of the Parish g The Town of Hay of Glasbury (except the i.2P Hamlet of l'ipton) on jjj „.e r'?ht bank of the KiverWye District No. 4. District No. 4. The remainder of the Hun- red of Talgarth, includ- the Township of Tre- 12 and he Hamlets of Pip- ton and Trevinon, and « except the Hamlets of groyne Vawr and Groyne District No. 5. The Hundred 0f Cr- t -a howeil, and the said a The Town of Crickho well Hamlets of Groyne Vawr f and Groyne Vechan. | District NO. Q. 10 2 The Handred:of Builth. g The Town of Builth. < JOHN POWELL, Clerk of the Peace, TEETH. ill lJ3 [ffJ !)dJ lJjW lE !:lli1'(fJ. SVaGEOW DENTIST, BEGS to inform tht: Gentry of BRECON and its Vicinity, that he may be consulted during the ollowing week, in all cases relative to the Teeth and Sums, at Mr John Duncan's, Chemist, High Street. NATURAL, ARTIFICIAL, AND TEETH MADE 3F STONE, Sxel.. from one to a complete set, on lie most approved principles. Teeth Stopped with Gold, Platina, and Mineral Cement. Children's Teeth Regulated. High Street, Brecon, July 7th, 1837. N.B. On TUESDAY next, the 18:h inst., MrKing begs ,0 inform his Patrons of Crickhowell, that he may be :onsulted at Mr JOHN LEWIS'S, Bear Inn, from Ten ill Five. MIP5P W mJkWl?W&Wu NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that theSealed Certificates of Shares in this Company, will be Jelivered to Registered Proprietors, whose calls are duly aid on and after the 31st day of JULY next, between he hours of 10 in itle Morning and 4 in the Afternoon, it the RAILWAY OFFICE CARDIFF. Printed forms of Claim may be had, on application. it the above Office, and should be left for examination Six Days previous to the delivery of the Certificates. By order of the Board of Directors, JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. N.B. As Sealed Certificates will be delivered to the Registered Proprietor of each Share, the Claims of inregistered Parishes in respect of scrip Certificates, snly cannot be recognised. Railway Office, Cardiff, June 13, 1837. IJr £Irlfl W.£llim MiaWA¥. CALL OF TEN POUNDS PER SHARE. THE DIRECTORS of the TAFF VALE RAIL- WAY COMPANY, acting under the provisions of he Act of Incorporation, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, hat the PROPRIETORS of SHARES, are required to )ay, on or before the 15th Day of JULY next, to any inc. of the undermentioned Bankers, the SUM of TEN POUNDS, on each of their respective Shares, viz. London and Westminster Bank. London. West of England and South Wales District Bank Bristol. Ditto. ditto Cardiff. Ditto ditto. Merthyr. Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire Bank- ing Co Cardiff. Messrs. Wilkins and Co Mertttyr. National Provincial Bank Cardiff. By order of the Board of Directors, JOSEPH BALL. Secretary. Railway Office, Cardiff, 7th June, 1837. Swansea and Neath Races, WILL TAKE PLACE On the 20th and 21st JULY, 1837. FIRST DAY. THE GLAMORGANSHIRE STAKES of 20 SOVEREIGNS each, with £ 50 added. The Second Horse to save his stake. yrs. at. I b, Mr S. Reeve's ch. h. Rustic 5 8 12 Mr J. H. Peel's br. g. Changeling aged 8 12 Mr J. N. Lucas names ch. in. Latona 6 8 12 Mr Bristow 's Dr Slop 48 6 Mr R. D.Gough's ch. c. Hatfield 4 o t Mr F. Fredricks names br. c. Jericho 4 8 1 Mr J. N, Miers names br. m. Mainsail, by Sai- lor, dam by Tiresias, out of Annot Lyle (half bred). 5 8 Mr John Day's Resistance 4 7 10 Capt. B. Davies's Mantua 4 7 9 Mr Phelp's br. c. Baronet (half-bred) 4 7 8 Mr Gough'sch. c. Gauntlet 3 7 8 A SWEEPSTAKES of FIVE SOVEREIGNS each, with .£.30 added; 3 year olds 7st. 7lbs- 4 year olds Sst. 7lbs.; 5 year olds 9st.; 6 year olds and aged 9st. 51bs, Mares and Geldings allowed Slbs. The winner of the Glamorganshire Stakes to carry 51bs. extra. Heats once round- A SWEEPSTAKES of FIVE SOVEREIGNS each, with £ 20 added, for Horses not tborough-bred. 3 year olds 9st. 4-lbs.; 4 year olds lOst. 61bs. 5 year olds list. 61bs 6 year olds and aged 12st. 41bs. Two miles. Horses having won once in 1837 to carry 4lbs. extra; twice, 71hs. extra. Gentlemen Riders. The SCURRY STAKES of THREE SOVEREIGNS each, with £ 15 added, for Horses of all denominations, The winner to be soid for £50, if demanded in the usual way:—3 year olds, 8st. 5Ibs.; 4 year olds 9st. lOlbs. j 5 year olds lOst. 91bs,; 6 year olds and aged list. 21bs. A PURSE for PONIES. SECOND DAY, JULY 21. A PLATE of FIFTY POUNDS, for any Horse Mare, or Gelding. 3 year olds 7st. Illb,. 4 year old! Sst. 7lbs.; 5 year olds 9st.; 6 year °'^s and agec 9st. 51b. The winner of a Gold Cup or £ 100, at any om time before the time of starting, to carry 5lbs. extra Mares and Geldings allowed SIbs. Entrance, On< Sovereign, or double at the post. A HANDICAP of FIVE SOVEREIGNS each, witl £ 25 added, for the beaten Horses at these Races. Heat once round. A HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of THREE SOVE REIGNS each, for Galloways, with Ten Pounds addei by C. Smith, Esq. To be handicapped by the Stewards or whom tbev may appoint. Heats once round. A HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of FIVE SOVE REIGNS each, with f20 added. Heats once roun, and a distance. Gentlemen riders. To name and dose on the evening of the first day' races. A PRIZE for PONIES. RULES AND REGULATIOSS. AH Stakes to be paid to the Clerk of the Races.befor eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the day of running, o not entitled, though a winner which money, togethe with the winnings, will be settled for the day after th Races. Each Horse to pay 10s 6d. for Scales, Weights, &< and Entrance for the different Stakes, at the time c naming, to the Clerk. of the Course, and each winne One Guinea in addition, The Horses to be entered, on the Wednesday precedin the Races, with the Clerk of the Course, between th hours of six and nine o'clock, at the Mackworth Armi For the Second Day's Plate and Stakes, at the sam hour on the following evening,at the Bush Inn, Swansea One Sovereign Entrance for the Plates, or Double a the Post. No Smith to be allowed to plate any of the Runmn Horses, unless he be a Subscnber of One Suinea to th Racine Fund, or such Horse not entitled though a w.nnei Half an hour will be allowed between each Heat 1 the expiration of which time, those Horses that are read will be started. No persons except the Riders for the day s runnin, and those in the execution of their duty on the Cours< will be admitted within the ropes on Horseback: an all persons on foot will be required to retire behind tl ropes immediately on the ringing of the Bell for Sat dling, in order to prevent accidents. The Riders are particularly requested to name tl colours they intend to ride m. and no alteiation to I allowed, under a forfeit of 10s. 6d. All disputes to be settled by the Stewards, or who they may appoint, and all Rules applicable to Xewmark will be enforced here.. The Horses to start each day precisely at twelve o'cloc All Doqs found on the Race Course will be destroyed. Ordinaries, Balls, &c. j. N. LUCAS, Esq. y R. D. GOUGH, Esq. t Stewards F. DALLIMORE, Clerk of the Courae. N.B. The Stewards earnestly request that all Sti scriptions to the Races may be paid at the Cambri Office, or the Secretary, Swansea, on or before the 15 July, 1837. All persons desirous of erecting on t Race Course, are to make personal application to Mr Dallitnore, Swansea. ============ — TO THE (fJ 1lll.B ill (!}.. GENTRY AND FREEHOLDERS, OF THE „ County of Glamorgan^ LrENTLKMEN, I BEG 10 apprize you that the Magistrates, assem- bled at the Neath Quarter Sessions, considered it essential, that an additional CORONER for the County should be appointed, and that the Parishes of Merthyr, Gellvgare, Aberdare, Lanwonno and Ystrnd- yfodwg-. including the Hamlet of Rbigos, should be the District for which be should especially act. and in which he should reside; and they directed the the necessary measures to be taken accordingly, to obtain an additional Coroner duly appointed. Being a resident in Merthyr, the central Town of the District and in other respects well qualified to discharge efficiently the duties of that important office, 1 hope for the honour of your Votes and sup- port in my behalf at the Election, which will shortly take place. It is considered, and I think properly so, that all public offices in Wales should be filled by persons well acquainted with the Welsh Language. I am happy to say, that I am very well acquainted with that Language; for without knowing it, I should consider myself unfit for an office, more peculiarly exercised in respect of accidents happening to the working classes of the iron and coal works, who, with few exceptions, converse in the Welsh Language exclusivelv. When the day of Election will have been fixed, I will give the earliest notice of the time, that my Friends, and those Gentlemen who have so kindly and warmly honored me with their support, may be enabled to attend with the least possible inconvenience to themselves. I again beg to return my most grateful thanks for the support 1 have received, and which, I can truly say, gives me every prospect of success. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your most obedient bumble servant, WM. DAVIES, Merthyr, June 30th, 1837. TO THE MOBILITY, CLERDY, ¡Jü AND FREEHOLDERS OF THE County of Glamorgan. MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEV, I ADDRESSED you on the 1st and 3rd of April last, soliciting the favour of vour Votes for the CORONERSHIP for the Eastern Division of this County; since which, the Lord Chancellor has been petitioned to appoint an additional Coroner for the district, including Merthyr, Aberdare, Gellvgaer, Lan- wonno, Ystradavodog and Rhigos; and I again beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the appointment, being an Inhabitant of Merthyr and a member of the Legal Profession, and possessing the qualifications necessary for such a responsible and important office. My opponeut says, one qualification for the Coro- ncrship is a complete knowledge of the Welsh lan- guage. Now, while 1 have no doubt I shall be fully qualified in this respect, as my profession rendered it, prudent for me to become acquainted with the Welsh language, and I have given my attention to it pre- vious to the vacancy for the Coronership, and I feel fully satisfied I have acquired a competent knowledge; but I deny that even this is really necessary. The Judges, the Magistrates, the Barristers, and all the Coroners throughout Wales, conduct all their pro- ceedings in English, and not in Welsh: nor is such a qualification in the least necessary for the ends of jus. tice, or for the people, as most of them, in Merthyr, converse freoly in English. Such a statement can only weigh with such as would vote from prejudice, and is only made for that purpose. As my qualifications remain unquestioned, allow me again humbly to solicit the favor of vour Yoks at the approaching Election. I have the honor to be, With great respect, Your very obedient humble servant JAMES WARD RUSSELL, Solicitor. Merthyr Tidfil, 7th July, 1837. 19EK SHIP NEWS. 3aMMtz_ CARDIFF. FORFIGW REPORTED INWARDS.—The Rohin- son, Cook, from Nantes, the Mariote, Ford, from Charente, and the Catherine, Bebkerriug, from Am- sterdam, in ballast. FOREIGN ENTERED OUTWARDS —The Indus- I trious, Dariee, for Hamburgh; the Vesprucei<\ Cutrnnea, for Messina; and tha Brisk, Ar:is, for Smyrna. FOREIGN CLEARED OUTWARDS The Lady Brougham, Hingston, for Naples, the Pelham CSinsoti, Jones, for Rotterdam, and the Olinda, Barboza, for Viana, with iron, COASTERS INWARDS.—The Harriotte, Draper, the Amity, Rogers, and the Bute, Walters, from Bristol, the Cambria, Joblin, from London, the Cambria, Mathews, from Neath, the Friends, Owens e from Bridgewater, and the Gleaner, Bick, from Gloucester, all with sundries; the Branshy, Piout e the Victory, Merrett, the Hopewell, Shaw, and the John George, Cook, from Lyduey, and the Marshall, 1 Burch, from Falmouth, with stones; the s Hughes,the Fortitude,Herbert,and the Carleon.Head- ford, from Bridgewater,with bricks the Fly, Bowen j from Haverfordwest, with oats; the Fame, Niehola.-s from Neath, with culm; the Celerity, Hughes, from London, with a general cargo; the Jane, Joues, '• from Portmadoc,with slates; and 44 vessels in ballast. dCOASTERS OUTWARDS. -The William and Robert, Jones, for Newport, the Friends, Davies, s and the Merthyr Packet, Edwards, for Bristol with sundries; the Mary, Fudge, und the Shannon, Jones, for Limerick, with iron and coal; the Sarah, .IOp0" and the Dandy, May hew, for London, the Adoili,, r Kerr, for Liverpool, with iron 40 vessels with cual, and 8 ia ballast. E NEWPORT. IK WARDS.—The Orielton, Williams, from Ant- werp, the Confidence, Monniere, from St. Lervant, if the St. Jean, Ardever, from Brest, and the r L:Emilie, Bonnell, from Lorient, all in ballast; the Swift, Hiscox, the Little John, Hays, the Bee, 8 Rymer, the John and Mary, Cox, the Charles, ? Howe, the Hope, Burdge, the Friendship, Govier, e l'ie Thetis, Ace, and the Matilda, Tb om as, wiih L. corn, and flour; the Charles Hanbury, Davies, the LI Maria, Kidwell, the Roebuck, Smart, the Ant, Tadd, the Providence, Tucker, the St. Peter, g Crowley; and the Abbess, Harris, with irou ore; the Prudence, Davidge, with 30 sheep; and the Margaret, Barnes, from Youghal, with 100 sheep the Friendship, Howe, the Endeavour, Martin, the Reform, Jenkins, the Slaney, Butler, the Maria, Ts Lewis, the William and Robert, Jones, theCarleon, e, Harwood, the Moderator, Johns, the George, d Coombs, the Bristol Packet, Gainey, the Marv, te Tiver, the Swift, Richards, and the Fanny, SCOli, :I. with sundries. OUTWARDs.-The Le Felix, Cassard, for Anidrel. le La Petite Eulalie, Kfontain, for ditto, with coals )e the Victory, Nicholas, for Dunkirk, the L'Courrier, De Roueu, for Rouen, with iron the Samuel and et Joulia, Nicholle, for Jersey, with coals the Favourite, Davies, the Eliza, King, the Maria, k, Kidwell, the Union, Evans, the Osprey, Phillips, the Reform, Jeukins, the Plenty, Down, the Lord Oriel, Bond, the Lydia, Williams, the Reward, Weekes, the Ontario, Jones, the Venus, Prance, the Ant, Tadd, the Margaretta, Davies, the St. Peter, Crowley, the Charles Howe, the Conoord, an Cox, the Looe, Bartlett, the Henry, Davies, and ihe ,th William and Robert, Jones, with iron and tin plates; the Carleon, Harwood, the Moderator, Johns, tie he George, Coombs, the Bristol Packet, Gainey, the F Mary, Tiver, the Swift, Richards, and the Fanny, Scott, all with sundries] and 100 vessels with coals