and Advertisements will be received by Ihe following Country Agents. M4RT)IFF Mr" Bm!B' Bookseller. 0XMOUTH Q HOUGH, Bookseller, &c. Mr. WM. EVANS, Sliip Street. WPORT Mesyrs. WKBUER and Sos. Booksellers g '^GEND Mr. JAMES BIRD, Jun Bookseller. r "SEA Mr. DAY, Law Stationer, Mount street. °^BR1DGR. Post Office. A C*H0WEL: Mr. T. WILLIAMS. N K A VENN Y Messrs. WATKINS & SoN, P.O. p '^BRIDGE: M. THOMAS & Co. China Warehouse IRPSTOW Mr. ft. BRADFORD, Chemist & Druggist U ^DOVERY; WILLIAM RF.F.S, Post O.Tice. ILTH Mr THOMAS (iwii.LiM. Lion Hotel. ^DEGAR: Mr. JOHN DAVIS f Iirychan), Bookseller AND At the GAxrTT); and GUARDIAN Office, High Street •^erth-.i. Tydvil, where all Communications are re(liest^) feo ^dressed.
r AGENTS FOR BRISTOL AND HEREFORD BRISTOL Mr. JOliN REES, 31, College Green. 4EREI ORD Mr. W. H. VA LE, Bookseller, Hi<;h S t T LONDON AGENTS. Messrs Vl.WTON and Co., Warwick Square. Mr. R. BARKER, 33, Fleet Street. r. S. DEACON Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook. rfr.G. REVNELL, 42, Chancery Lane, Fleet Street, Messrs M. and W. E. HAMMOND, 7, Lombard street, Messrs. CLARKE and LEWIS, 4, Crown Court, Thread- needle Street. MR. JOSEPH THOMAS, 1. Finch Lane, Messrs. JUDGE and Co., Palace New Road, Westminster MR J. JENKINS 17, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. V AND Toall Postmasters and Clcrks of the Roads. This Paper is regularly filed at Pee"sCoffee House. Fleet Street. lheChapterCoflfee House, St.Paul's. And at the Colonial Coffee House, Walbrook, London
A GRICULTURE, COMMERCE, AND LONDON MARKETS. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. «. ». s s. Inferior Red Wheat.. 45 a White 35 » 3? Middling do 52 a 55 Boilers 38 a 4H Fine f,6 a GO 1 beans, Small 37 » 4 I Inferior White-1' 50 a 5i Ticks 31-34 fine 55 a 60 Harrow it- Superfine 60 a 64 j 0:its, Feed IS » 24 -Hailing Barley 3'1 a 32 Fine 22 a 23 Grinding do 21 a 2/ Poland 23 a 27 Kye 33 a 3b Fine — a — lialt 50 a 62 Potatee 25 a 28 fine 53 a ftO 1 Fine — a — Peas, Hog. 32 a 55 I i ran — a ■— Maple 30 a 34 Pollard,fine. a- PRICE OF HOPS IN LONDON, PER CWT. New Packets. L L Bags. L < L. East Kent 4 15 a515 Farnham Mid.Kent. 315 a 5 10 M,d.Kent. 3 10 a 5 0 Essex 0 a 00 k$ East Kent. 4 0 a 5 5 3 5 a4 10 Suss«x. 6 0 a 0 0 Farnham u 0 a 0 0 Essex 0 11 a I w SMITHFffeLD MARKET PeutlHle of 81bs to gink tlie offals. ad I d sdsri Inferior Beef.2 4 to 2 6 Prime Beef 3 C to 3 10 Ditto Mutton.3 4 to 3 6 Ditto Mutton .4 2 to 4 G Middling Beef.. 2 8 to 3 2 Veal 4 to r. 4 Ditto Mutton 3 8 to 3 1(1 Pork 3 2 u3 LONDON COAL EXCHANGE. Hetton's .•!•• •••••• 26 Pontop — 0 Lambton'i 26 o Tanfitld M«or 24 0 Stewart's 26 0 BraddyPi, W. E — 0 Tees, W. E 25 3 Merlhyr — 2 Dixon's.Butterkno» le 21 0 Northumberland 23 G BRITISH AND FOREIGN WOOLS-Per lb. s. d. 8. s2 Electoral Saxony wool, from 4 o to 5 0 1,3 F'rat Austrian, Bohemian, & other Geiman wools 3 2 t<. 4 n Second ditto ditto.. 2 to U Interior (iitto, I n locks and piece?. 1 C to 2 O Ditto, Lambs ditto 2 0 to 3 O H ungartan sheep's oilto 2 0 to 3 o Let'tit's.i sheep's ditto 2 f to 3 2 SeirevKi ditto 1 S lo S V Soria <1 itto 2 6 to 3 0 Cui-ari; ditto 2 0io3 2 Spanish L imb's wool 1 6 to 2 0 German and Spanish cross ditto 2 0 to 3 0 Portugal Sheep's ditto 2 (1 to 3 0 Vustralian, ifne crossed 2 0 to 3 4 D.tto, native sheep's 1 6 to 2 (i Van Dieui'tn'ii Lind ditto 0 10 le 2 0 3rilishdllto 1 4 to 2 111 PRICES OF METALS, &c. Copper-Bi it. Cakep, ton 9400 Tile, do 92a0 Sheeols,per lb 0 0 11 Bottoms 0 1 o S. American Cd) 37s wt) bd..tOl1. 6 0 Iron British, pig, No. 1 6 0 0 BAr-ton. 9 15 0 to 000 Do. Cargo in Wities 900 Bolts. ton 10 5 0 Nail Rod* ton 10 15 4 Hoops ton 1 I lo 0 Sheets, single .ton J2 lo o (Others in proportion.) Foreign— Swedes, cn bd ton 13 0 o i for Steel, (var mks) Duty 30s. 7 ton ^16 0 0 to 35 0 O per ton Russia com. ton 13 0 0 P s t.. ton 14 0 0 c c N B ton 1910 0 Lead, British Pigs too 21 0 0 Sheet ton 22 10 0 Siiot ton 25 0 0 H,-d ton 23 0 0 White (dry) 30 0 0 D.. (gd it. oil) t.u 32 0 0 Litharge ton 23 0 0 Foreign-spaiiiih (dy 46s per ton) bd ton 19 0 0 rin British-Rlocks c\Vt 4 i 0 Ul Bars ..cwt 4 9 0 flatec,common l t c I 11 0 to 1 14 O to best, per Jx i j; o t« 2 o O box. (i x x 2 2 OtoiLfi 0 Wasters of the above Mks 3s less,all others 6* less. (Others in proportion.)
LOCAL MARKETS. 0- CARDIFF. Wbest 1681b. 23s. 0.1to25*. od. | Veal r Barley 15s. 0d. 16s. 0<1. Lamb, per lb. 7,i Jw Oats, 3*. 0d. 3s. 6ii. Butter.13i AH Beef, ]>er lb. Os. 5il. Os. 6d. Salt do lid Od Pork. 0s. 5d. Os. 6il. Ducks,pr coupleSs Bd to 3s f.d Mutton Os. 6il 0s- 7d; | Eggs .dez 12d to ad MERTHVR. m '• d• s- d• ». d. s. d £ l0"rI 5 0105 3 Beef.perlb 0 5 0 G Best Seconds 4 9 0 0 Mutton « 5 0 „ Butter.fresh.perlb 0 U « 0 Veal — 6 0 „ salt 0 0 0 0 Pork, per lb. I. 0 5 0 « Fowls, per couple 2 0 2 6 Lamb, per lb 0 0 0 ditto 3 6 4 0 Cheese o 8 o ° Eggs, per hundred 5 OtoO 0 Bacon per score.,7 0 8 g COWBRIDGE. Wheat (W. bu.) M. 8s Od. Mutton (perlb.)Os 7-t. os. 8d Do\l inch.bushel0s. Od. 0s. d I Veal t)s 0<i. 0s 6d 0s- 0d- 5s. fi'i. Pork Os. Sid — 6,1 s 3s. 91.1 Lamb .0s. Od. 0s. Cd Oats ?. s. 4 d39. 9.1. 1-, 1. b 08. (1,1 -08. 611 $~~ Qli • Fresh butter..0s 0<1. Is. iM RP(>f — 0d. I Eggs (per <leit) s. Od. 0s. Od uee' 5 £ J. os. 6<i. I SWANSEA. „r,!?at 6s. 3d. Outs 2s. C.I Bafley 3s. 6d. I Beans 0s. MONMOUTH. Wheat 69s. 0.1. | Beans -so Od »arley .30s. 4d. I Pease 0s. Od Oats —». 0d. | ABERGAVENNY. Wheat £ 2 5 1 1 Barjey ZI 9 C Oats — o «l Beans Q o „ Pease 0 0 o| CHEPSTOW. Wheat 56s. TA. Oats. 23J. 0< Barley 34s. 8d. | Beans s. 0j BRECON. Wheat Imp bu. 7s 6d to 8s 0d. I Beef (perlb.) ~d to 7J Barley 4s. 3d. 4s. fid. I Mutton 7d. 8 Oats. 3s. 6d. Os. Od. 1 Veal 4^ q .42s. Od. —s. Od. 1 Vork. t)d 5il Pease Cs. 0d. (P.. Od. Fine Flour .s. CRICKHOWEL. Wheat 7«- 6<t. Vetches qs ft Barley 4s. 6d. Pease r,n 0»ts 3s. 0d. I Butter, perlb.]ou io o CARMARTHEN. Wheat,perbu4h..fi 6 to6 9 C;ii,k Butter, per lh „oi Barley 3 3 3 5 FlVblj> diUo H Q«t» 1 4 1 9 Cheese, ditto .i 3 BRISTOL CORN EXCHANGE. '• d. s. d. t j j Wheat, Red. 52 o to 58 0 RVe White Co o to 64 „ I n "•••••• — o to — Barley,Grinding23 o to 20 o 1 Beans' ?\tW f4 o to 38 Malting 32 o to 35 « P 2M" U 44 Oats, Feed. 17 0 \0 *?■'• Wb,te ™ 0 b2 Potatoe 2o 0 to 22 o | ° 56 Fl0Ur'f"e • to 48 o 5,*co"d11 44 o to 45 o p„„ Thirds 32 „ t0 36 0 Pollard, per ton (20 0 ta 13o • Bran o to 115 o PRICE OF LEATHER AT BRISTOL. fl. d. fl. fl ^rop Hides, perlb. lltol6A Horse Butt 9 It Foreign Hides 1# ll| Calf Skins, best 2li i'letit Foreign Mid. llj 12 £ Calf Skins, comnto., ]g 19 Heavy ditto 12 13 Irish Skins -]g ,4 Enjli»h Butts 14 19 Welsh Skins 12 1. Foreign Bitts 13; 16 Kips, £ ng;lish&Welsh 13 15 BeitSaddlers, Hides.. 14 15 Foreign KIPS, Peters. Common ditto 12 13 burgh, .g. Shaved ditto 13$16j Foreign Kips, East Shoehides lo II India 11 ]6 Cominonditto 18 12 Small Seal Skins if 28 Welsh Hides 10 III Mid,ifingdittD 14 15 Best Bull ditto lo 11J Large ditto j2 13 Common ditto— 9 10 Basils. •• florse do.(English).. 10 12 orriL. .J",Isll ditto 10 11 Foreign Bellies 7 Germanditto. 1 1 ]3 Sboulders I' Spanish ditto. 14 jg DressincHrde.Bellie# 7i 8 Shaved do. withoUt Shoulders.. 9 1» butts,10s. to 15s.Od.each,
MOON'S AGE. LAST QUARTER, FEB. 17, at SiX la the Afternoon,
B&ISTOII ani NEWPORT STEAM* PACKETS 5RR.-4 WILL SAIL ''ISk "1 During the NEXT WEER, 5gK4fifij £ AS FOLLOWS FROM BRISTOL, FEB. 12, MONDAY S morn 13, TPF.SDAY Si morn 14, WEDNESDAY 9 nom 15,THURSDA Y 9 morn 16, FRIDAY .10 morn 1", SATURDAY IOJ morn FROM NEWPORT. FEB. 12, MONDAY I I I MI.)rn 13, TUESDAY 7 morn 14. WEDNESDAY 7 morn 15, THURSDAY 71 morn 16, FRIDAY 8morn 17, SATURDAY 8 morn r?A P Es :-A ftey CaWin, 4s.- Fore -Cal)i n, 2s—Chil- 0 under 12 Years of Age, [fal f-pr ice. -Dogs, Is each. U^Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s., |» r,es each. 5s.; Carriage drawn by one Horse with one pu,5en?er( 15s. • Horse and Rider, After-Cabin,7» ditto e-Cal.in, 6.. The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets p NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any *en8er's Luggage, nor will tliey be answerable for any V ^>ac'cagc» or Parcel(if lost or damaged) unless v at *er their Offices in Bristol or Newport; n a^ove the value of 40s. to be entered at its value, if „ arr'age in proportion paid for the same at the time B»»king. p BET TYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.—Coaches Daily ,een these placet and Newport. T htid. EI)E(tAft IttOX WORKS, through Abercarn, New- I 1 e. And Bedwelty, and a brand) from Newbridge to —A Coach Daily between these places and ii( wP°rt j arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- *>»#d starting at 1 «'clock afternoon. at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com" Ha 1, Quay, Bristol or at the Packet-Offices' I PqJ* lain-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodnev Wharf, New' T* JOHN JONES, Agent. TILE CARDIFF and BRISTOL. STF4&M PACKETS T||k4 AHE INTENDED TO PLY "WSjML During the present Week, AS FOLLOWS NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. FROM CARDIFF. PEB. 13..Tuesday .Lady Charlotte 7 morning I 14.. Wednesday.. Nautilus 7} morning 15..Thursday. Lady Ciiarlotte S morning 16..Friday Nautilus 8¿ morning 17.. Saturday. Lady Charlotte 91 morning LADY CHARLOTTE e H. T. PARFITT, Commander. FROM BRISTOL. 12.. Monday .Lady Charlotte 101 morning 13..Tuesday .Nautilus. G morning 14.. Wednesday.. Lady Charlotte 6111OTnitig 15..Thursday. Nautilus (iJ morning 16.. FriJay Lady Charlotte 7 morning 17.. Saturday. Nautilus 8 morning *JSth's Waggon for Merthyf immediately after the lval of the Packets from Bristol. PAILF.s -After Cabin, 5s.—Fore Cabin, 3s. under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is A Female Steward attends the ),adies' Cahill. '^reshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms P | lOj °',r"Wheel Carriage, Sis. Ditto drawn by One Horse ejcj "d. Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s 7S J* Horse and Rider, After Cabin. 9s. Fore Cabin Pen Cattle, Sheep. These Fares include every ex nee. F llie'v *'1,erg *rc requested to order all Goods intended for AUTILUS to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to IJA nC Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the St,J CHA'-LOTTH, to Cfare Street Hall, Marsh treef. Bristol. ^ack>°<'S W' hauled from tlie Warehouses to the et». at the expense of the Companies. • Newbridge, Abcrdare, Cowbridge, Bridt/end I>ja r,l"te"t, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these tt)e(j.Cst 1,1 Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im. eo '«*ly "n arrival, unless ordered by any particular 8le ey#nee, in which case they will be deposited in tho paj j"1 ''acket Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be delivery. 4t ii)e, Packages, Parcels, &c. forwarded toallpart" 8t I(lnrlom without delay. when sent to either of their ca", Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. ^ther information as to Freight, &c. will be Age 'ed by applying to the Agents. Mr E.Osman, \\i ^jfarage Street, and at the Packet Office on the \0 I • Cardiff; or ta Mr John Griffith Jones. Agent, • Q"*y Street, Bristol; for the NAUTILUS l!ac- • of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Cen*r 'Cardiff; or to Mr W. B.Owen, 15, Avon Ores- J'acket *ellS' Brislol» for the LADY CHARLOTTE 6lve<VI<^E'—' r>ropr'c,nrs of the above Steam Packets J»4g °tice, that they .will not be accountable for any »j) Luggage, nor will they be answerable for by p. 00ll8. Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged of hr, takage or otherwise) unless Booked at cither f eir Offices at Cardiff or Bristo., if above the value p^ri- s"» unless entered at its value, and Carriage in pro- Gqqj511 Pa'd for the same, at the time of Booking.— 9!0"signed to order, or not taken away before Six be :Ck In the evening of the day of landing, will .4.11 ti at the risk and expence of the consignees. to be considered as litns.not only for freight •atis/j <e ,'le,e(,n» hut also for all pieviously uu- Pron ^re'ght and Charges due by consignees to the or Pll("t.rit of the said Packet. Disputed weights alio Ilterne nt, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot the o7ed' un'ess a written notice of the same be sent to "Ce on the day of delivery. Hilary, 1838. -= b S HEAL-ALL, or celpbrated Embro- of bas long been known throughout the West and, as the most efficacious Uemedy for a,'S'n Fresh Wounds or Cuts liu,1>ba?tlC ^"out; Burns or Scalds sing Spasms and Cramp &um!n l'ie Limbs, and Stiffness of the Joints or Sc'»<te s Ncck ei at ?less Neck f'ctio^1"^ Af- Frozen I,imbs i°°th-A i Ciiilblains before they arc r'aiiiB ° Face-Ach broken, and 0s a«d Bruises prai, ell Face-Ach broken, and 8 ,1(111 Bruises J HOOPING COUGH. I ^Ordfj. H^Cw'se an infallible Cure for that dangerous ^•'ver e Quinsey or Sore Throat, in which it was >S ^0 an"W" <0 af,er a few hours application. It' 0,1 'he fi rxcellant Kennedy for Whitlows, so common cold !>^Prs °/ County People who are exposed ii. tt>i? suffl 's confidently recommended to all who r rom any of these complaints. jj b»grve_ n'P aft" tfone can be Genuine unless the a^dtegs* lo each bottle contains the name and V,ho have jlay and Sons, No. 95, Farringdon Street, f ^r°in ased the 1'roperty in this valuable arti- J"5 of YVi't c of the Inventor, William Dredge, 249j'Pe;Kired/ Wlh8' price, ,1s. l^d. and | sr DOWLAIS. Ily the direction of the Executors of the late Mr David Thomas, Mr THOMAS DAVIES, ZIZ,Iilt Z-clt fiv a Uttiou, On MONDAY, 12tb FEBRUARY 1838, on the Pemi.es WHITE HART INN, DOWLAIS. ALLtbeSTOCK IN TRADE and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of the said Inn, comprising Feather Beds, Blankets, Sheets, and Counterpanes; four post and other Bedsteads; Chairs, Tables, Brewing Utensils, and numerous other requisites. Further Particulars will be given in The Sale will commence at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. B R E CON S H IRE. A DESIRABLE SMALL [jI3 m IÆJUJ 0!1J [J.) Ii.1 ill Jill FOR SALE. 5To be Sboltr (ig gluctfott, By Mr HUGH JONES, At the CASTLE INN, MERTHYR TYPVIL, on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of FEBRUARY, 1838, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon. A FARM AND LANDS, called and known by the name of TYR Y TAY B/VCH, situate in the Parish of VA YNOR, and now in the occupation of Llewellyn Davies, as tenant from year to year. The Property adjoins the Turnpike Road from Brecon to Merlhyr. at a short and convenient distance from the latter flourishing Town and, having a good RIGHT OF COMMON, it forms in every respect an advantageous Investment. For further particulars, apply to the Offices of Messrs Vaughan and Bevan, and Messrs Jones, Powell, and Ives, Solicitors, Brecon. The postage of all appl ications by letter, must be paid. S T E AMHE WGIN E. TO BE SOLD, AN entirety new high-pressure BLAST ENGINE, never having been used, manufactured at one of the first Founcleries in Scotland, and is one of the most perfect models in Cornwall. The Steam. Cylinder is twenty-four inches, and the Air Cylinder forty-two inches in diameter, with a five feet* stroke. The whole stands 0 in a cast-iron fi-me. The Boiler is about seven tons, made of the best Shropshire plates, with leading pipes, and every other requisite complete. For particulars apply (if by letter. post-paid) to Francis Todd, Falmouth, Cornwall. COfPICE WOOD. GLAMORGANSHIRE. For Sale, in the course of a Month, O AT ACRES, or thereabouts, of COPPICE WOOD standi.^ on COED-Y-GORRAS FARM, nearRUMNEY BKIDGE, and within Three Miles of the Port of CAUDIFF. I, The ahove is of excellent growth, well adapted for Hoops and Hurdles, Pit and Cord Wood. Mr Thomas Merry, Woodward, on Coed-y-Gorras Farm, will show the Wood; and further particulars may be obtained of Mr John itnl)er Surveyor, Newport; or at the Office of Mr E P. Kichards, Cardiff. Notice of the Day of Sale will be given in a future' Paper. Cardiff, 8th February, 1838. COWBftlBGE. A HOUSE TO BE LET, AND KNTERED UPON THE FIRST rAY OF MAY NEXT QtTUATE in the centre of iheTown of Cowbridge, s fit for a sniall, genteel Family, now in the occupation of John Swan, Eq Sufgeon. For further particulars, apply to Mr Thomas, Caer. cady, the Post Office, or to Mr Bird, Ironmonger, Cowbridge. ëo be t AND MAY BE ENTERED UPON THE FIRST OF MAY NEXT, (P)(Q)u\1V (Q)U\lJa SITUATE within one Mile of the Town of CA EliPHILLY, GL\MORG\NSHIUE, and coin- prising every requisite for a genteel family viz., a Draw- ing and Dining Hooin, Four < front Red Hooms, Two back and excellent Garrets, a large Kitchen, a back Kitchen, Brcwhouse, Dairy, Cellars, &c. An excellent walled Garden, a good Stable and Coach-house are attached, and I.and may be had if required. Application to be made to Mr William Lewis, New House, Caerphilly if by letter, post paid. TO @u«(Q)rg[F« I Œ\ll[j) aro iLtt, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, PR E M IS R S in which the GROCERY BUSINESS has been extensively carried on nearly Twenty Years, and may be greatly improved. The House is in the principal Town in South Wales, and situation the best adapted for the business. For further particulars, apply tjj-tbe Printer of this Paper: if ¡"y letter, paid. I'.S. If required, part of the Money for Stock and Fixtuies, may remain on Security. E, the undersigned, being LAND-OWNER^, ▼ T or duty authorised Agents of Land.holders, within the Parish of ltti Ni N EY, in the Cotitft of whose intrrest is not less th«f*'Onc-fourth part of the whole value of ihc Lands subject to Tithes in the said Parish, 1)0. BY TfjI NOTICg in writing, under our bands. CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND- OWNERS & I I PHE-OWJiERS within the limits of the said Parish, FOHTHH tUttPOSR OF MAKING AN AGREEMENT Lzoll THE GENERAL COMMUTA- TION OF TITH ES within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the 0th and 7th years of the reign of his lite Majesty, Kugi William the Fourth, intituled An Act for the Com- mutation of Tithes in England and Wales and WE DO HEREBY ALSO "GIVE NOTICE, that such MEETING WILL BE HELD at the PEAlt TllEE INN, in the said Parish, on MONDAY, the Twenty- sixth dny of FEBIIUAHY next, at the hour of Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. Given under our hands this Thirty-ifrst day of January, 18SS. CHARLES MORGAN, CH MlLICS M. R. MORGAN, for Mr Lnckwood, late Sir M. Wood. GEORGE ROLLINGS, JOliN HOMFRAY, MARY ANN": WOOD, < EDWARD EVANS, TIIOS. DAI,TON. I THE undersigned, being the duly Authorised 9 Agent of the Rev MORGAN WALTERS, TITIIE- OVVNER within the Parish of V A YNOH, in the County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than One- faurth part of the whole value of the Tithes of the said Parish. DO. RY THIS NOTICE in writing under iny CAI-1, a PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND- OWNERS & 11 Til E-OWN EliS, within tbelimitsof the said Parish, for the purpose of making an AGREEMENT FOR THE GENERAL COMMUTATION OF TITHES within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the provisions of an Act jftssed in the 6th and 7th years of the reign of his late M ajesty Kiritr William the 4th, intituled "An Act for the Commutation of Tilhes in England and, Wales;" and DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE that such MEETING WILL BE HELD at the CHURCH, in the said Parish, on FRIDAY, the Twenty-third day of FEBRUARY next, at the hour of 12 at Noon, Given under mv hand this Twentv-ninth dav of January, lb38. MOltRJS SAYCE, IT THE undersigned, EDWARD P It I EST J RICHARDS, being thedtily authorized Agent of THE MOSI' HONORABLE JOHN CIUCHTO STUART. MARQUIS OF BUTE AND EARL OF DUMFRIES, a Land-owner within the Parish of COGAN, in the County of GLAMORGAN, whose interest is not less than One foruth part of the whole value of the Lands subject to Tithes in the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in Writing under my hand, C\LL A PAROCHIAL MEETING OF LAND- OWNERS AND TITHE-OWNERS within the limits of the said Iarih, for the purpose of making an AGREEMENT FOR THE GENERM, COMMUTA- TION OF TITIlES within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant t. the prlwisiOlls of an Act passed in the 6th and 7th years ef the reign of his late Majesty, I intituled An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales;" and I DO HEREBY ALSO GIVR NOTICE, that such MEETING WILL BE HELD at the House of MARY MOR- GAN, called COGAN FARM, in the said Parish of Cogan, on FRIDAY, the Sixteenth day of FEBRU ARY, One Thousand Kight Hundred and Thirty Eight- at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. Given under my hand thisTwenty-seconi Day of January, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty- eight. E. P. RICHARDS. XTHE undersigned, EDWARD PRIEST J RICHARDS, being the duly authorized Agent OF THE MOST HONORABLE JOHN CRICHTON SI UATT, MARQUIS OF BUTE AND EARL OF DUMFRIES, a Land-owner within the. Parish of LECKVVll'H, in the County of GLAMORGAN, whose interest is not less than One-fourth part of the whole value of the Lands subject to Tithes in the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in Writing under my hand, CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETIN'G OF LAND- OWNERS & TITH DOWNERS within the limits of the said Parish. FOR THE PURPOSE OF M AKIG AN AGREEMENT FOR THE GENERAL COM- MUTVtION OF TITHES within the limits of the said Parish, pursuant to the provisions of an Act parsed in the 6th and 7th Years of the reimi of his late Majesty, intituled*, An Act for the Com- mutation of Tithes in England' and Wales;" and I DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such Meeting will be held at the House of J.EWIS JENKINS, called NlS I ON F \RM, in the said Parish of Lcckwith, on FRIDAY, the Sixteenth Day of FEBRUARY, One Thousand Eight Hundred and thirty-eight, at the hour of One o'clock in the Afternoon. Given under my hand this Twenty-second day of January, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty- eight. E. P. RICH A RDS. 1TII E undesigned, EDWARD P R I EST J RrcHARI)S, being the duly authorized Asent of THE MOST HONORABLE JOHN CRICHTON STUART, MARQUIS OF BUT.: AND EARL OF DUMFRIES, a LAND-OWNER within the Parish of LANOOUGH, in the County of GLAMORGAN, whose interest is not Icss than One-fourth part of the whole value of the Lands subject to Tithes in the said Parish, DO, BY THIS NOTICE in writing under my hand CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING of LAND-OWNERS and TITHE-OWNERS within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making AN AGREEMENT FOR THE GENERAL COM- MUTATION OF TITHES «: bin 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 late Majesty, iiitil,iled I- Ali Act for the COlli. mutaliou of Tithes in England and Wales and i DO HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE, that such MEET- ING WILL BE HELD at the House of JOHN WILLIAMS, called GREAT HOUSE FARM, in the Parish of L %N I)OIJGif, on FRIDAY, the Sixteenth day of FEBRUARY, One ^Thousand Eiitht Hundred and Thirty-eight, at the hour of Twelve o'clock at Noon. Given under my hand this Twenty-seconu ,lay of January, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty- eight. E. P. RICHARDS TO LANDED PROPRIETORS—COAL AND IRON MASTERS, &c. m œ3Æ.[DUJ@ 9, mm, Mineral and Land-Surveyors, Civil Engineers, 4&c., Neath, BEG to state that they have taken a House and Offices in BRIOGEND, in addition to the Esta- blishment at NEATH. and in future will carry on their Business in both the above Towns. Communications addressed to either will at all times meet with prompt attention. Levels taken for Roads, Draining, &c. If lF WLE ¡P¿G[b W W. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the Proprietors of this Company, will be held, pursu- Mit to the Act of Parliament, at the ANGEL INN, CARDIFF, on WEDNESDAY, the 11th day of FEB- IIUAIZY next, at'l'.oo'Ciock,for the general purposes of Business. The Chair will be taken at Two o'Clock precisely. YVALTKR COPFIN. Deputy Chairman. The Transfer Books will be closed on the 7ih February, and will not be opened until after the said Half-Yearly General Meeting, on the 1-lth February. By order of the Board, JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. Railway Office, Cardiff, January 24th, 1838, TAFF VALE RAILWAY Contract for Works. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the DI- RECTORS WILL MEET ut their OFFICE in CARDIFF, oil WEDNESDAY, the 7th Day of MARCH next, at Twelve -'Ci,,ck. to RECEIVE TENDERS for the execution of the following Works, viz :— CONTRACT No. J3 Brand). Being the Construction of a Stone Bridge across the River 1 aff, near Park Newydd, in the Parish of Lian- wynno. Also, CONTRACT No. 14. Being the Excavation and Formation of the Cuttings and Embankments, and the Construction of all Bridges, Culver's, and other Masonry. Retaining Walls, and the entire Completion (except ballasting and laying the Permanent Rails) of that portion of the Line ex- tending from the termination of Contract No. I, in the Parish of Merlhvr Tydfil, to a point in field numbered PJ in the Parliamentary Plan, in the Parish of Llanwynne, being a distance of about 43 Chains. Also, CONTRACT No. 15. Being the Excavation and Formation of the Cuttings and Embankments, and the Construction of all Bridges, Culverts, and other Masonry, Retaining Walls, and t ie entire Completion (except ballasting and laying the ermanent Rails) 0f that portion of the Line extending from the termination of Contract No. S, in the Parish of Whitchurch, to the Boundary of Fields numbered ii Ul*L liamentary Plan, in the Parish of St. Bal,tlst' in Cardiff, being a distance of about 261 Chains. b Drafts of the Contract, with Tlans and Specifica- tion< of the Woiks, will be ready for inspection, at the En- gineer s Office, at Maendy, near Cardiff, on and after Friday, the 23rd day of February next. I'll ii led rorins of Tender mav be had there, or at the Company s Office in Cardiff, and no others will be attended to. The Parties whose Tenders are accepted, will be re- quired to enter into a Bond, with Two Sureties, for the due performance of their Contract, and the names of the proposed Sure;ies are to be Specified in the Tender. Ihe lenders must be delivered at the Office, in Car- d' it °n i°' ^C^°re 'we'vc o'Clock, on the said 7th day o. Maich and the parties tendering, or persons duly authorized by thein, ,,lust be in attendance at the time of Meeting. The nireetors will not loind themselves to accept the Lowest lender. By order of the Board, JOSEPH BALL, ,| iv- Railway Office, Cardiff, Jan. 25th, 1S3S. Britannia Life Assurance Company. No. 1, PRINCES STREET, BANK, LONDON. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. 1.3irrttarj. William Bardgett, Esq. I Robert Eglinton, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Esq. James Foster, Esq. Wm, Fec.hney Black, Esq. Erasmus Robt. Foster, Esq. John Brightman, Esq. Alex. Robert Irvine, Esq. George Cohen, Esq. Peter Morrison, Esq. Millis Coventry, Esq. Henry Lewis Smalc, Esq. John Drcwctt, Esq. 'Thomas Teed, Esq. Millis Coventry, Esq. Henry Lewis Smalc, Esq. John Drcwctt, Esq. Thomas Teed, Esq. SUiTntorjj. Edward Bevan, Esq. I Andre Jopp, Esq. ftletJtral John Sims, M.D. Cavendish Square.—Ebenczer Smith, Esq, Surgeon, Billiter Square. -Stantbing Counsel, The Hon. John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. <§otttttor, William Bevan, Esq. Old Jewry. BaitUerg. Messrs. Drewett and Fowler, Princess Street, Bank. agent. For Newport, Monmouthshire, Benjamin Jackson, Esq. fftc&tral Ofgcrr- JEHOIDA BREWER, Esq. This Institution is so constituted as to afford the bene- fits of Life Assurance in their fullest extent to Policy holders, and to present greater facilities and accommo- dation than can be obtained in any similar establishment. Among others, the followini improvements on the sys- tem usually adopted, arc recommended to the attention of the Public. An ample subscribed ca iital, invested in such a man- ner as always to be immediately available when the claims by deaths arise. A most economical set of Tables-computed expressly for the use of this Institution, from authentic and com- plete data.-ati(i (with two exceptions only) presenting lower rates of premium than any hitherto offered. A Table of ncreasing rates of Premium on a new and remarkable plan, peculiarly advantaeous in cases wheic Assurances are effected by way of securing loans or debts, a less immediate payment being required on a policy for the whole term of life than in any other office and the holder having the option of paying a periodically increasing rate, or of having the sum assured diminished according to an equitable scale of reduction. References to medical attendants not required-when the state of health is unexceptionable; but whenever references are required, the medical attendant of the party consulted on behalf and at the expense of the Company, Policies effected by persons on their own lives not rendered void in case of death bv duelling or the hands of justice. In the event of suicide, if the policy be assigned to a bona fide creditor, tire sum assured paid without deduction—if not so assigned, the full amount of premiums returned to the family of the assured. Policies revived without the exaction of a fine within twelve months, on the production of satisfactory evi- dence as to health, and payment of interest on the prcmiume dltt". Age of the Assured in every case admitted in the Policy. All claims payable within one month after proof of death. Extract from Increasing Rates of Premium for an Assurance of £100 for fvhole Term of Life. Annual Premium payable during First Second Third Fouith Remain- Age. Five Five Five Five der of Years. Years. Years. Years. Life. £ s. d. £ s. d £ s. d. £ s d s. d. 20 1 4 I 5 10 I 10 11 1 16 91 2 3 8 30 1 6 4 I 12 2 1 19 1 2 7 4 2 17 6 40 1 16 1 2 4 4 2 14 16 3 7 3 4 3 4 50 2 1G 73944555636 IS 7 PET EH MORRISON Resident Director. t M 1: (.:1 ê::C TO LICENSED MEDICINE VENDERS AND OTHEtlS, Patronised by the Royal Family the Nobility. SHARP'S ROYAL BRITISH CERATES AND LINIMENT. T'HESE important medical applications having S acquired great celebrity in the private practice of the Metropolis, the Proprietors are strongly recommended, by several eminent men in the profession, bv whom their valuable properties are well known and highly esteemed, to bring them prominently before the Public, on the dis- tinct assurance that, in their judgment, there is not any place in the British dominions, in or out of Europe, or any foreign country in commercial intercourse with this, where they will not be prized, from the moment they are known, as standing. and almost universal, remedies for the diseases affecting the exterior of the human frame. The Cerate,-which is of a peculiarly delicate charac- ter to the sight and touch, and in its original slate per- fectly inoderotis, and divested of all unctuous cbarae-er, —isprepared in differenteombinations. especially adapted to the relief of the various cutaneous and muscular diseases and injuries which have been proved to yield to the influence of its extraordinary power. The united qualities of the Liniment and the Ceratps, thus prepared, constitute, in their several degrees, rapid and effectual remedies for Gout—in some states, Khcumatic Affections, Lumbago, Glandular Swellings, many instances of Scro- fulous Sores and Swellings, Tumours, Relaxed Soie Throats, Swelled Face or Gums, some cases of Deaf- ness, Inflammation—ia all its shapes, Boils, Ulcer- ated and other wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Erysipelas, Venomous Stings, Itch, Ringworm, Scald- head, Grocers' Itch, Chilblains, Bunions Corns, Tender Feet. Paralysis of a local character, and Tic doulourelix. The Proprietors could, with gieat truth, tarry the enu- mera'ion further; but they conceive that they have stated more than enough to draw public attention to the valuable qualifies of articles which, however highly ap- preciated by those members of the profession who already know them, are now, for the first time, brought to general not ice. As it is the full determination of the Proprietors tha.t the entire population of the country shall have these articles within their reach, they have resolved to form a connexion with one or more persons in every town in the kingdom, through whom supplies may be obtained. In carrying this object into effect, it is naturally their wish to give the preference to the established Licensed Medicine venders. But, as there may be numerous places where either such do not exist, or where they may not be dis- posed to give due support to productions of so effective and useful a character, the Proprietors are equally fixed in their determination that they shall; in all such cases, be sold by other respectable tradesmen, who will he spe cially licensed for that purpose, and will have a liberal allowance. With this plain and candid avowal of their sentiments, the Proprietors declart. their readiness to receive propo- sitions from LICENSED VENDERS AND OTHERS,in every part of the Kingdom, who may be disposed to keep tor sale the ROYAL BRITISH CERATE and LINIMENT; the former of which is made up, in its various modifications, in Boxes, of four sizes, at J3jd.-2s. 9J-—4f-6d ~and Us. the latter in Bottles of three sizes, with ground- glass stoppers, at 2s. 9d.-4s. 6d. and lis. each; Stamps, in all cases, included. On the receipt of these propositions, addressed (PoST- PAlD) to the Proprietors, Siiarp and Co., 153, fleet Street, London, the Applicants — who are desited to slate, very fully, their names, professions or trades, an.l places of residence,—will receive most full and ample details, on all points, for their information. And, when the re- quisite arranjements are completedi the names of the persons so appointed, as Agems or Venders, will be kept constantly before the public, for general information, by Advertisements in the local Journals. SIGHT RESTORED, NERVOUS HEAD- ACHE CURED. Under the Patronage of his Majesty, H. R. H the Duchess of Kent, and the Lords of the Treasury. A FEW WORDS TO THE AFFLICTED. THP, innumerable tegtimonialsorcueesof Cataract, L Gutta-Sercna, Ophthalmia, Inflammation, Nervous Head Ache. Deafness, and other Diseases to which those delicate organs in eye and ear are subjected., are too numerous for the limits of this advertisement. This Suuft, when taken frequently, strengthens the Nerves of the Head, removes obstructions from the Lachrymal Sac or Duct, the membrane of which is indeed a continuation of the Pituitary expansion within the Nostrils. Dr Guthrie, the eminent Surgeon, recommends Grimstone's Eye Snuff. A FEW CASES OF SIGHT RESTORED. J. B. Lachfield, Esq.,cured of Ophthalmia; Whitehall* and Thatched House Tavern. Mrs Guppy. No. 36, Nelson Square, Blackfriars Roa.l cured of Ophthalmia. Miss Mary Roades, Market Place, Winslow, Bucks; cured of Ophthalmia. Witnesses to her cure, Mr John Roades, father, and R. Walker, Esq., a magistrate. Mr A. M-Intyre, aged 65, No. 3, Silver Street, Golden Square cured of Gutta Serena. H. Liston, Esq., Marine Library, Ramsgate, Kent cured of Cataract. Mrs Burbetow, cured while at Jamaica, of Gutta Serena No, 37, Mary Street, Regent's Park, London. Mr P. Saunderson, No. 10, Harper Street, Leeds; cured of Cataracts Mr H. Pluckwell, Tottenham House, Tottenham, Middleex cured of Ophthalmia. Miss E. Englefield, Park Street, Windsor; cured of Nervous Head Aclie. Madam F. Lespi, facing the Church, Park Street, Windsor; cured ,of Dimness of Sight, and Head Ache. Decimus Blackburn, Esq., Chertsey, Surrey; Head Ache, Weakness, and Dimness of Sight cured. George Smith, Esq., 6, York Place, Kentish Town; Weakness and Dimness of Sight cured by its use. Elizabeth ltobson, 19, Bell Street, Edgeware Road, cured of Ophthalmia. James Roe, Esq., 3. South Square, Gray's Tnn, and 6, Camden Terrace, Solicitor; cured of Ophthalmia and Head Ache. I t), Bell Street, Edgeware Road, March 23, 1836. To Mr GRIMSTONE, Sir.-It is with feelings of gratitude I inform vou of the great benefit have received from the use of your valuable Eye Snutf. Being in the decline of life. and afflicted for a long time with Dimness of Sight, I was recommended by a friend to try your Snuff, which I no sooner persisted in the use of for a short period, then I founda speedy improvement to my sight, and my eyes free from the pain to which they had been subject, and I still continue to use it with the greatest advantage. I have the honour to remain, Sir, Your obedient servant. ELIZABETH ROBSON. (A renewed Testimony. 2nd Jan. 1837.) Whitehall, 8th March, r836, Mr GRIMSTONE, Sir,—I think it but justice that I should offer my acknowledgements to you for the great benefit I have derived from the use of your most exquisite fragrant compound of Herbs, called Eye Snuff. Its action on the membrane of the nose, causing the lachrymal glands to discharge in a manner truly surprising, and by that means so cleansed the cornea, tlist my Eves became hea)th), strong, and performed their wonted duties in a manner that I have not known the blessing of for six years. The renowned Dr. Gutherie recommended me tn try your Eye Snuff, pnor to my undergoing an operation; many thanks to him for his suggestion. Thanks to your invention, that operation will not be necessary. Sir, vou have my permission to n.ake this known in any manner you think best. 1 am Sir, your obedtent servant, J. B. LACHFIELD. P. S. Be pleased to send to the Thatched House Tavern, St. J imes's Street, a 4s. 4d. and two 2s. 4d. Canisters. Y OIl can send the change in the parcel for the inclosed half-sovereign. ô, Camden Terrace, Kentish Town IStli Feb., 1837. Sir,-In sending for another 2s. 4d. canister of your very excellent Eye Snuff. I cannot refrain offering you my congratulations for discovering the valuable properties of the Herbs which form the material of its manufacture. Mr Smith, of this village. (6, York Place, Kentish Town), having mentioned to me that he had uspd your Snuff with sticess, induced me to give it a trial. It would he ungrateful on my part not to confess the benefit I have derived from its use. A Dimness of Sight and frequent Headache,to which I have been long subjected, have completely ceased, although I have taken no more than three canisters. Sit, being a professional man, I find it particularly useful, and indeed to me necessary to have a canister at hand in my study. Your obedient seryant, JAMES ROE. To Mr G RIMSTONE, Eye Snuff Inventor, Broad Street. Don G. Lobe, Consul, &c. &c., of the Havannab, Isle of Cuba. His appointment was granted, by Don Pedro Ortiz Zligasti, Consul to the Court of Great Britain, 12th-Septcffiber, 12, Artillery Plaee, London. Don G. Lobe vends 2,500 cases yearly. His Orders and Letters of lestimony may be seen in Spanish, and English, 39, Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London, Mr W. Grimstone's Signature with the above Royal Patronage, is attached to each Canister. Sold in Canisters, li. 3d., 2s. 4.1., 4s. 4d.,8s., and 15s. 6d. each. It may be obtained in all the principal Towns and Cities. A liberal allowance to Shippers. Owners Captains, and all Vendors of Grimstone's Eye Snnff, Foreign and British Snuffs and Cigars of the finest quality. L A^R^ T I 1\1 r John Farmer, Metheringliam, Dear Lincoln, is desirous that Mr E.' B. Drury, of the Newspaper Office, Lincoln, should take down an account of the very great benefit he has derived from BLAIR'S GODT and RHEUMATIC PILLS, which medicine has done him more good for Gout and Rheuma ism than all the preparations he has tried. For when the Rheumatic or Gouty pains have come on, the taking a dose or two of the Pills has re- moved the attack, of which he usually had been afflicted for a month or more. He has had about have a dozen boxes from E. B. Q/ury's, near the Sioiiebow, Lincoln, and as the medicine is really so good, he will be glad to answer any inquiries respecting it, which may tend to the comfort of others. The foregoing statement was taken down, by Mr Elkington's particular desire, on Monday, March 13, 1837, at Mr E. B. Drury's shop, Gazette Office, Lincoln, by me, GEORGE BOOT. r PROUT,-Sir,-Thc above is one of many other similar instances; I have never heard of a Medicine which seemed to give such complete satisfaction as this. Send me twelve dozen boxes as early as possible. I am, your's, respectfully. March, 15, 1837 E. B. DRURY. The Testimony of Mr Elkington (as above) is another proof of the general effect at this excellent Medicine, I which has called forth the grateful thanks and approba tion of all classes of society. From many of the highest branches of the nobility to the poorest peasant, they have happily been the means of giving a degree of health and comfort, which in most cas. s had not been enjoyed for years they effectually relieve the most acute fit of Gout in a few hours, and seldom fail to enable the patient to resume his usual avocation in two or three days, and if taken on the first symptoms, the patient is frequently eft III doubt as to the reality of the attack. And there is another most important effect belonging to this Medi- eine-ttiat it prevents the disease flying to the brain, stomach, or other vital part. sk for Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills, and observe the name and address of I- Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London, impressed on the Government Stamp, affiixed to each Box of the Genuine Medicine. Sold by Thomas Prout, 229. Strand, London; and by his appointment, by I *vT0rg?,n' Drugg'st» Merthvr Tydvil Mr Phillips, Cardit.; Mr Farror, Monmouth"; and all respectable Medicine Venders throughout the Kingdom. Price 2s. 9d. per box, ° I ^——BET (Cciujferttrge Cumpifc* Ditritt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENE- l RAL ANNUAL MEETING of the COMMIS- SIONERS of the said District, WILL BE HELD at the BEAR INN, COWBTU DGE, on TUESDAY, the 6th Day of MARCH next, at the hour of 12 o'clock at Noon, in pursuance of an Act passed in the Third year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Illrd., intituled "An Act to Amend the Gcnerill Laws now in being for Regulating Turnpike poads in that part of Great Britain called England." JfATHANIEL LLEWBLLYN, Clerk to the Trustees. Cowbridge, February 6th, IS33. ROYAL HOTEL, CLIFTON, BRISTOL. 3AMIM IL@M HAS the honour to inform the Nobility and Gentry, that he has RE-OPENED this Spacious F\MILY HOTEL, after devoting Three Months to its Repairs and Improvements. The House has undergone important alterations-it has been completely Painted, the Furniture is renewed, and no endeaVburs will be spared to promote, at moderate charges, the accomoda- tion and comfort of Familici and Visitors. Well regulated Posting and Stabling, with Carriages, Landaus, &c.
L SHIP NEWS. A CARDIFF. FOREIGN- REPORTED INWARDS.—The Frederika Harten, for the Isle of Man, and the Themis, Bre- mer, for Bilboa, in ballast. FOnWIGS ENTERED OUTWADS.-Tije Perseve- rance, Murray, and the Ann, Brabyn, for Smyrna; the Symmetry, Thompson, for Chailesion. U.S.; the Harriett, Richards, and the Perseverance, Langdon, for Lisbon; and the Everton, Archer, for Constantinople. FOREIGN CLEARED OUT.-The Harriet, Richirds and the Vigilant, Langdon, for Lisbon, with coal. COASTERS INWARDS.—The Castle, Jones, the Friends, Davies, the Bute, Walters, from Bristol, the Mary Jones, Jones, the We linglon, Evans, the Peace, Johns, the Resolution, Steel, from Water- ford, the John George, Gulliford, the Venus, Owens, from Bridgewater, the Liverpool Packet. Westake, from VVatchett, and the Swayne, Jenkins, from Cork, with sundries the Ruby, Jones, froiii Port- madoc, with slates; the Hopewell, Shaw, from Lydney, with stones; the Ceres, Slocombe, from .Watchett, with flour; the WPliam, Smith, from Gloucester, the Robert and Ann, Ridler, and the Harmony, Cadogan, from Lydnay, with iron; the Atlantic, Jones, from Newry, with oats; the Mary, Bowen, from Neath, with coal; the Providence, Parker, from Brid,-ewater, with bricks; seven vessels with ore, and 28 in ballast. COASTERS OUTWARDS.—The Amity, Rogers, for Bristol, with sundries; and seventeen vessels with eoal. NEWPORT. INWARDS.— rhe Don, Snowden, from Jersey, in ballast; the Sisters, Bray, the Lion, Lewis, the Rebecca, Hooper, the Swift, Hiscox, the Unani- mity, Mitchell, the Vigo, Davies, the Hope, Burdge. and the Charles, Howe, with corn, flour and malt; the Busy, Coombe, the Aurora, Lewis, the Ceres, Heatherington, the Duporth, Lelean, the. ane, Baker, and the Tredegar, Crockford, with iron ore the Comet, Pottinger, the Abbess, Harris, the Prudence, Davidge, the John, Lane, the Car- leon, Harwood, the Moderator, Johns, the George, Coombs, the Brisfol Packet, Tiver, the Mary Gainey. the Swift, Richards, the Fanny, Scott,' the Bristol Packet, Prewitt, and the Turtle, Ox. land, with sundries. OUTWARDS. The Vicfoire Eugenie, Magnan, for Rouen, with iron; the Cordelia, Miller, the Ori-sa, Crawford, the Fortitude, Lewis, the Ebe- nezer, Hore, the Vansittart, Down, the Pilot, Golightly, the Symmetry, Giles, the Abbess, Harris, the Charles, Howe, the Content, Roberts, and the Sarah Ann, Martin, with iron and tin plates the Carleon Harwood, the Moderator, Johns, the George, Coombs, the Bristol Packet, Tiver, the Mary, Gainey, the Swift, Richards, the Fanny, Scott, the Bristol Packet, Prewitt, and the Turtle, Oxland, with stindries; and 88 vessels with coals. NEATI I. CLEARED OUTWARD-The D spatch, Martin, and the Two Sisters, Sprague, for Dartmouth the Racer, Strotit, for Boscastle the Active, Girey. for Bridgewater the Ocean, Stribly, for St. Ives; the Thomas Prothero, Nicholls, the Palace, Bartlets, and the Five Brothers, Wyatt, for Plymouth; the Albion, Shelslone, for Teignmouth; the Eaglet, Phillips, and the Mira, Evans, for Carnarvon; the Tom Pipes, Teagne, for Exeter; and the Diligence, Reece, for the Isle of Man. SWANSEA. ARRIVALS.—The Palmerston, (steamer) Bailey, the Hose, Jenkins, and the Phcanix, Lodge, from Bristol, the Watchet Trader, Slocombe, from Watchet, the Ann, Bushin, and the William and Mary, Dingle, from Bridgewater, and the Happy Return, Irwin, from llfraeombe, with sundries the Hope, Whea'ey, from Padstow, witli malt; tbe Emma, Butler, from Gloster, the James, Gift,'from Falmouth, and the Elizabeth, Cummins, from Truro, with fruit; the Gratitude, Jenkins, from YVaterford, wit-h timber; the Otter, Harris, from Milford, witli grain; the Sylph, Jones, the Swan, Green, the William, Whitburn, the Sedulous, Verity, the Pheasant, Dyer, and the Adamant, Htixtable, from Truro, the Jane, Johns, the Ed- ward, Burt, and the Celia, Pearce, from Penzance, the Dolphin, Johns, the John and Mary, Hicks, and the Freeman, Veal, from St. Ives, the Hebe, Clements, from Brixhnm; the Atalanta, Furnell, the Namilns, Gilbert, the Catherine, Pascoe, the Richard and Jane, Brokensbare, the Four Friends, Scantleberrv, the John Carnell. Rowett, the John, Smith, and the Char'otte Ann, Pearn, from Fowey, the James, Gift, the Unity, Thomas, and the Li- berty, Furnex, from Falmouth, the Park, Gregory, the Feronia, Curtis, the James, Samuel, the Mary Kitty, Richards, the Providence, Russell, the Nlary, Peak, and the Fame, Thomas, ^from Hayle, the Kirwin, Kirwin, from Dungarvon, the Idolphe, Phillips, from Liverpool, and the Jolly Tar, Rooginold, from Cuba, with copper ore; and 16 in ballast, LLANELLY. ARRIVALS.—The Navarino, Paynter, the Lord NeL-.on, Allen, the Brothers, Welsh, the Phoenix, Thomas, the Eleanor Grace, Roberts, and the Sarah and Ann, Evans, from St. Ives, th6 Cdesia. Burgess, the Perseverance, Othen the Joseph and Mary. Harry, and the Union, Peters, from Truro; the Thomas, Rosser, and the Eliza, King, from Swansea, the Redruth, Ninis, and the Ocean, Tellum, from Penzance, with copper ore; the Earl Bathurat, Steward, from Carmarthen, the Peter and Sarah, and the Thomas and Mary, Hedden, from Barnqtaple, the Somersetshire, Jackson, from Liverpool, the Enterprise, Robert,, the Caroline, Rodd, and the Hope, James, from Falmouth, the Amlwch, Griffilhs, from Amlwch, the Hariett and Ann, Morgans, and the Liverpool Packet, Pearce. from Penzatice, the Hope, Nicholas, from Cardigan, the Reparateur, Hamelin, from Granville, the Atalanta, Day, from Bideford, and the Conserrative, Mew, from Cowes, ia ballast.