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• NOTICES, &c. !j j 'j j Hi I j; A Bandieap S^'ecpstakes' Of FIVE SOYS, each, with IC40 ad#fedj ^rUft in the County of GLAMORGAN, near Cardiff, ori FRIDAY, the 10th FE^RtfAKY rnxx, for a.ny Horse, th4 property,of a Subscribe,-of about Three Mi)es ofr eountry. The Hftrses to be Handi^ dapped, and the County chosen by the Steward^ •• <. Nominations to be 8nt.;itb ,IJ{ Htcql"f¡,ag." pr formance, &c., to the, Steward* 3, ChMfes-ste^ on oj before the 7th of February next, on which ^ySahScnptio^ and EntTince-mohey mtwt 4e .p*id ito one of the ,!»tefwahte^ and tlie Stakes close,: The Horses to be shown to the Stewards by 12 o clock at Noon, on the'9fh of February, kt the Cardiff Artnfc, and the^ Hahdicap to be out the same Even»»K- ) V ,v AH disputes, and other .matters, to b« fettled by. ^he Stewards, whose decision is to be final. igar To start at One o'clock. Three Horses to staTt, or no Public. MoUey &dde4 A Haadkap s Sweepstakes v. r-t v OF TWO. SOVW EA^H^ witft £ 30i .added, Ua be run for-on tl»e «ame day, over about) 21 Miles of part of the same Country, for any Hwse, bony, fid* hthe property of a SubscHber 6f lOtt i&ithv Fund, and that has been in the actual possession bf a ResWewt of the County of Glamorgan, or within 15 Miles,,of sjiwtc .the 31st of December last; professional Riders excluded, I' The Entrance to close the sabie d"ay» and to be stlbjact toi the same Rules and Regulatione a^ tlie, Ficst. Race. Foiyr oe,to start, or no Public Money added. ■: j white iros T'ji'i, A N ORDINARY., will take place at th? above Hfljuse^ XAl"J on FttlDA Y, the 'fenth instant, immedUtefy attcF the termination.c«f the STEEPLE CHASE. N.-B. A few Member^ One.Guuiea eacVwwted p fill up the Derby S>veep,| ^First Prize, £ 100, Second; Prize, £ 20! ^i.Cardiif,)Feb. 1st, 1843. 1; ,) V A, L E WAY. TENDERS FOR LOA^S. | rpHE DIRECTORS of this Company art* ^teparedj V> under the provisions^ the; Act of ParliamBnt, 3rd and 4tt\ ^Victoria, cap. 110, ;to RECEIVE TliJJDEBS ,o^ LOANS' of MONFY, on Mortgage of the undertaking, in| Snms. not less than £ 200 each j for the term of Five, Seven. cin'l^n YeMB, Rearing Ihterest atthe Rftte ofFive per Ceuti peri Anpuw, :payab)e Jialf^y^^rly by Coupons attached t<^ the Debentures.' r Tehdert/trit«ti»ningth« *h»feant»*ni the term of year4 for which they are proposed to be lent, to, be adilresscd tq the Secretary, at the Company's Office, Cardiff, or to Mr Wm. Mallard, 27, Small-street, Bristol, i • By order of the Directors, ,r WILLIAM BURGESS, Cardiff, Jan. 18, 1843. Secretary. NOT I C E. Monmouth and Glamorgan Banking: Company. A HALF YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of th4 Proprietors of the above COMPANY will be held ori MONDAY, the 13th day of FEBRUARY next, at th4 KING'S HEAD INN, in the Town of NEWPORT, a £ One o'clock in the Afternooi> precisely, for-the purpose of RECEIVING the REPORT of the DIRECTORS, as tO the DIVIDEND for the SIX-MONTHS, endirif theab of December last; and on other Special,Aifairs. By order of the Board, H. WYBORNE JONES, Head Office, Newport, Chairman. Jan. 12th, 1843. BRIDGEND TURNPIKE DISTRICT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the GENERAL ANNUAL MEElING of the TRUSTEES of the said District will be held at^the WYNDHAM ARMS INN, in the Town ofBRIÙGEND, in the County of Glamorgan, on SATURDAY the 11th day of FEBRUARY next, at the hour of Twelve at Noon, in pursuance of an Act passed in the 3rd and 4th years of the Reign of his late Majesty King William the 4th, intituled An Act re- quiring the Annual Statements of Trustees or Commissioners of Turnpike Roads to be transmitted to the Secretary of State, and afterwards laid before Parliament. WILLIAM MORGAN, Clerk to the Trustees of the said District. Bridgend, 7th January, 1843. BRIDGMD TIMTIKE DISTRICT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Tolls arising and payable at the several loll Gates within this District will be LET by AUGTIOi at the WYNDHAM ARMS INN in the, Town ot, BRIDGEND, in the County of Glamorgan, on Saturday the 11th day of FEBRUARY. next, between the hours of 12 o'clock at noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, to, the best bidder, on his producing sufficient Sureties for the Payment of the Money Monthly for the term of One Year, or such other term as the Trustees shall then determine upon, to commence from 12 o'clock at night of the 21st day of March next; which Tolls produced last year the clear sum of f 1680, and will be put up either together or in separate Lots, and at such Sum or Sums as the said Trustees shall then determine upon. WILLIAM MORGAN, Clerk to the Trustees of the said District. Bridgend, 7th January, 1843: I RICHARD THOMAS, at present, and for Twelve Months past, residing at MAESTAEG, in the Parish of LLANGONOYD, and COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN, and being lately an INNKEEPER AND BUTCHER, but now out of Business, do hereby give Notice that I intend to present a Petition to the Bristol" District Court of Bank- ruptcy, praying to be examined touching my Debts, Estate, and Effects, and to be protected from all process upon making a full disclosure and surrender of such Estate and effects for payment of my just and lawful Debts; and! hereby furl give Notice, that the time when the matter of the said petition shall be heard is to be Advertised in the London Gazette and in the Merthyr Guardian and C"rdW Advertiser newsptipnr One Month, at the least, a er e date hereof. As Witness my Hand, this Twenty-fifthi day of January, in the Year of our Lord One 'J hoUsand Eight Hundred and Forty-three, RICHARD THOMAS, Witness to the signature of the said Richard Thomas, THOMAS HARrRFAVE4, Neath, Solicitor to the 8{kid Richard Thomas in the matter of his said Petition. Coalbrook Vale Iron Works. -r- Five Pounds Reward. WHEREAS late on Tuesday night, or early on Wednes- day morning, the 25th instant, some Person or Persons having Woken open the fitting UP„S'10P the ^b°vi] Works, and stolen therefrom a quantity of IV ew Brass VaKe Seats titted. from 8 to 10 inches in diameter, together with a large New Bell about 80 lbs. weight; Anv Person giving information of the Offender Offenders, shall upon their Conviction receive the above Reward or should the same be found, having been hidden with the view of being hereafter disposed of, any person returning the same, shall be Rewarded for his trouble at i Officpof thp Coalbrook Vale Iron Company. TOM LL. BREWER. January, 1843, T 1 r i" LETTIEGS, SALES,.&c/ £ y ,T o tN 0 f CTrd iff. •i TO BE LET, WITH I MM ED I AT E POSSESS I ONJ A GOOD HOUSE, situate opposite the West of England Bank, St. Mary's Street. For further particulars apply: to Mr*. ALEXANDER, on the Premises. ? iir vl £ .t. 1 «J 111 |1 1 11 ■ 11 I 1 ■ S ■ t bL A N D A F F;i go bt Met, AWi? ENTiStED ON THE FIRST DAY OF r' 'MARCH-NEXT; V N Excellent FAMILY RESIDENCE, pleasantly XX situate on the GREEN, in LLANDAFF.and suitahJe to a family, of tlie first respectability, consisting of an Ea* trance-'Hall. Drawing and Diningrrooms, and small Library, ^pur bept Bed-rooms, Nursety, amd Two Servant's-rooma, with the, necessary domestic offices; and also a S}xe»taljt Stable, Ceach-hcjuse excellent Garden, Pleasure- ground, »nd Orchard, and now in the occupation « £ > S. .^ARPE^.ESTJ,; ,R :-a- R: Rnisx MODERATE. jins Li, Apply to EDWÁRP S'FEF HEF».S,NoUry, Llumlaff. January 27, 1843. i BRIDGEND,, GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be Let, uro R A T E im. IP DESIRE D ,) With Imnpedidte Possession, THAT Desirable ^nif Commodious FAMILY RESI- DENCE, called SARN PAW-RT* with convenient Out-Offices and Farm-Buildings, comprising Ppach, Cow, and Carriage-houses; Barn, Stables, Brew-fyousp, Dairy, Piggeries, &c., together with "well-stocked Gardens ati,d Orchards, and about 36 Acres or Land adjoining, situate within three miles of the improving M^rjtet apd Post-Town of Bridgend, in this County. To view, apply to John Martin, on the premises; and for j^rtfoirf^s^to Mr. Samuel Co*Solicitor, Bridgend. } ,} I-.j. 1 TO BK LET, r AND ENTERED U,PON A-T NEXT, DARRAN COTTAGE, A SMALL GENTEEL HOUSE, 9 miles from Merthyr, 3 from Newbridge, and lo ffom.Cardiff; containing 2 Sitting-rooms, 2 best Bed-rooms, 1 Servant's Bed-room. Jiitchep, Back-Kitehen, Cellar, .&c, with a good WaIIed Garden, and a Stable.' ) A; D^ily .Poet, aiid » Railway Station, within, a moderate distance of the House, Application to be made (if by letter,, post-paid.) to Mr. George P or rest, Navigation Hotise, near Cardiff. BE SOLD BY AUCTION 0 BY MR. WILLIAM MORRIS, At the BEAR INN, COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, the 14th FEltttlTARY, 1843, between the hours of Two and Fottr ia|1^ Afternoon, A House, tii- the Townof Cowbridge, GOMPRISING a Dining-Rooiri, Drajfing-Rooni, another 'Sitting-Room, Six Bed-rooms, Kitchen, Baek-^itehph, Larder, Underground Cellar, a otjier convenient Offices, ami a ve,ry .productive Walled, patden. Tftefe are good Sdhdole, and an excellent Market in the 'Town, and Cojds are rea»onable.. For further apply, to ^,oiht>jfieV*n, Solicitp*, Cowbridge. BRECONSHIRE. "N" A DESIRABLE PRESENTATIOJf TT.0 A VALUABLE i R. i]E;; C BY MR. H-UGH 'JONES, At the CASTLE HOTEL", in tUTTuwn of BRECON, on' THURSDAY, the #t)i ITSJlRUAkY, 1843, at One. o'clock in the AftiEyrnpoht (b^artier of the'Ejecutor* of' Charles Becher, Fsq<, deceased^nd^subject to such con- ditions as shall be thjen ° The neltt 'PRESENTATION to the RECTORY of LLANVILLOt, ia the C^»K»ty of Beecon, with the. Parish ofAlandevailog T^efgraig attacned. The.TijJies of these Parishes have lately been commuted' at the$omi of £ 322.. The(Glebe is worth about ^48 perj Annum and there is a respeenable Parsonage Houae. For further p^rtjculprs, apply tp Messrs; Palmer, France, and Palmer, 24, Bedford we L-bilddif; or to Messrs, Maybery ahd Williams, Brecon. uiair s txout and Rheumatic Pills. ToMl. Prout, jZ29, Sirand, Ló'ndon. Feunley, netr Bagshot, Surrey, 14th, 1842. SIR Having suffered much JsiiSMmmk- waS to try y°ur Blair's rills, and beg to bear ray humble in my own case, but in Several of my friends who have taken them on my recommen da tion. I am, Sit, your obliged, JOHN GILRS. The never-failing effects of Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills, curing every description of Gout or Kheuuiatism, has secured lo them a celebrity unequalled by any medicine of past or present times. 'Ihoy not only gjve rejief in a few hours, where the patient has been driven nearly to madness by excruciating tor. ttires, but restore to perfect health in an inconceivably short space of time. See Testimonials of Lieut. Masters (of Hawley, near Bagshot)., late at the IJoyal Newfoundland Veteran Companies, who was invalided home by a garrison order the Hev. Dr. Bloin- berg the CII evalier-de a G.: Mr. iniikin, Dartford; Mrs. Chaiiibcr-, Maidstone. which demonstrate this prepa- ration to he one of sT disroveries in Medicine. rhcy,a?e tquaM^si^eSWy and certain in ltheumatism, either chronic. Ay'awite, Kiuibago, sciatica, pains in the head and face, and indeed for every rhe.imatic or gouty afTecti,on in fact, such has been the rapidity, perfect ease, and complete safety of this medicine, that it has astonished all who have taken it, and there is not a city, town, or village in the kingdom, but coutains many grateful evidences of the benign influence of this medicine. The efficacy of Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills is unparalleled for the forfegoing (lisL-ates, and it must be consolatory to the afflicted with Gout to be assured that it possesses the property of prevent, ing the disease flying to the stomach, brain, or other vital part. Sold by Thomas ProlH. 229, Strand, London; and by his ap. pointment by Mr. T. Stephens, druggist, Meriliyr Tydvil Mr. Phillips, Cardiff; Mr. Farror, Monmouth Mr. Williams, Brecon; Mr. Williams, Newport 4 and all respectable Medicine Venders thronghotit the nnited Kingdom. Price 2s. 9d. per box. Ask f GOrr AND RHEUMATIC PILLS, and oh^ervc'CTie name and adifress of Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London," impressed upon the Government Stamp affixed to each box of the Geqoine Mctlicine^ 4

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