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— 'II NOTICES, &c. THE CARDIFF AND BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS PRINCE OF WALES MATTHEW JONES, Commander, t LADY C H A R LOT HENRY JEFFERY Commander, ARE IMTBKDED TO 8AIL During the Month of MARCH. FL/NLMA\YV_ AS FOLLOWS (From the Bute Ship Dock.J ap FROM CARDIFF. 25..Satnrday. Lady Charlotte 12 noon 27.. Monday Prin ee of Wales. 2 afternoon 28.. Tuesday Lady Charlotte 3 afternoon 29..Wednesday..Prinee of Wales 3 afternoon SO.Tharsday Lady Charlotte. 4 afternoon 31.. Friday .Prince of Wales 51 morning I..Saturdity Lady Charlotte 6 morning FROM BRISTOL. 25..Saturday.. Prince of Wales 12l afternoon 37 Monday Lady Charlotte 2* afternoon 28 Tuesday .Prinee of Wales 3 afternoon 29..Wednesday..Lady Charlotte. 5 morning 30.. Thursday ..Prince of Wales 5 t morning 31..Friday Lady Charlotte. 6 morning I..Sstttrday Prince of Wales 6 morning Carriages and Horses must be along side an hour and a half rrevioltstothe time of Sailing, otherwise they cannotbe Shipped, in consequence of Locking through the New Docks. FARES:—After Cabin. 6s.—Fore Cabin. 3s. 6d. Children ander 12 Years of Age. Half-price.- Dogs, Is.each., A Female Steward attends on Board both Packets. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four Wheel Carriage, 2U. ditto Pheaton or Gig. 10s. 6d Two Wheel, drawn by One Horse and Driver. 19s; Horse and Rider, After Cabin, 10s. Horse and Rider, Fore Cabin, 8s. 6d.; Sheep, Pigs, and Calves. Is. 6d. each. Carriages, Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will be subject to Landing and Wharfages, at Bute Doekti." Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the PRINCE OF WALES, to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or t. Robert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks and for the LADY CHARLOTTE, to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets at like expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge, Aberdare, Cowbridge, Bridgend, LlaR- triuent, and Caerphilly.-Goods forwarded to these Places in Spring Waggons and Lock up Canal Boats immediately on arrival,unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which caae they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts of the Xingdom without delay, when sent to either of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information as to Freight, will be readily obtained by applying t* the Agents, Mr. Woodman, Agent, at the Packet Office on the Wharf, Cardiff; or td Mr. G. C. Glasson, Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the PRINCE OF WALES, Packet; and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, onthe Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. W. B. Owen, 29. Avon Crescent, Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTK Packet. NOT1CB.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets 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 by Fire, Leakage or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in proportion paid for the same, at the time of Hooking —Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before Six o'clock in the evening of the day of landing, will be warehoused at therisk and expense of the consignees. All goods to be considered as liens, hot only for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously unsatisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets, Disputed weights re measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot be allowed unless a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on thr day of delivery. Llanelly Gas-Light Company. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the HALF- YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the Proprietors will be held at the COMPANY'S OFFICES, on FRIDAY, the 31st day of MARCH instant, at Two o'clock precisely, pursuant to the Act. The Transfer Books of the Company will be closed from the 24th to the 31st irist., both days inclusive. RICHARD EDWARDS, Clerk to the Company. Llanelly Gas Works, 1 March 14, 1843. J PARISH OF ST. GEORGE'S, COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. I HARRY PHELPS GOODE, the Apportioner duly # Appointed for the Parish of SAINT GEORGE'S, in the County of GLAMORGAN, under the Provisions of the Act of his late Majesty King William the Fourth, 6 and 7, c. 71, intituled An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales," do hereby call a Parochial Meeting of the Proprietors of Lands, in the said Parish, to be holden at the BEAR INN, COWBRIDGE, on MONDAY, the THIRD day of APRIL next, at which Meeting all proprietors of Lands having any Maps or Plans thereof, are required to produce the same, and such pro- prietors will then and there be required to instruct the Apportioner as to what Maps are to be used for the purposes of the apportionment, and upon such other points as are required by the Acts 6 and 7 William the 4th, c. 71, and 1st Victoria, c. 69 and in default thereof I shall proceed to such Apportionment under the powers vested in me by the said recited Act. Haverfordwest, 1 March 12, 1843. J LONDON MARKETS. GENERAL AVERAGE PRICES OF COlIN. per Quarter computed from the Inspectors' Returns. GENERAL AVERAGE. s. d. s. d. "Wheat 48 I Ryo 28 4 Barley 27 7 Beans. 26 6 Oats 17 2 Peas 29 4 Barley 27 7 Beans. 26 6 Oats 17 2 Peas 29 4 DUTY ON FOREIGN CORN. s. d. s. d. Wheat. 20 0 Rye. 11 6 Btrley. 9 0 Beans 11 6 Oats 80 Peas. 11 fi r- CORN EXCHANGE—Monday. WHEAT..Fssex, Kent, and Suffolk. red 41s — 52s Ditto .white 5'2s — 55s Norfolk and Lincoln. red 41s 498 Ditto .white 45s 52s Northumberland and Scotch red -s -s It Ditto .white -8 -s ftYE .Old.3:i 37. ew 34s 37s Brank -s PARLEY. Grinding.21s 23s. Distilling 22* — 27s Malting. 27s — 29s *ALT.Brown.. 52s 54s Pale 56s — 58s Ware 56s — 58s BEANS ..Ticks, old and new. 28s — 29s Harrow.. 29s s Pigeon. 33s — 36s 1*EAS .Grey 28s — 30s Maple. 30s — 32s White 30s — 33s OATS .Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.. Feed 20s — 23s Poland.20s 24s Scotch, new. Angus 20s — 23s Potato ..20s 24s Irish, white. 18s — 19 Ditto,black 15s — 17g 8MITHF1ELD MARKETS—Monday. A Statement and Comparison of the Supplies and Prices of Fat Stock, Exhibited and Sold in Smithfield Cattle Market, on Monday, March. 21, 1842,and Monday, March. 20, 1843. March. 21, 1842.. March. 20. 1843. s. d. k. d. s. d. s. d Coarse and inferior Beasts. 3 0 to 3 4.2 8 2 10 second quality ditto 3 4 3 10.3 0 3 2 Prime large Oxen 3 10 4 0.3 4 3 6 Prime Scots, &c 4 0 4 4. 3 8 3 10 Coarse and inferior Sheep. 2 10 3 4.2 8 2 10 Second quality ditto 3 6 4 4.3 0 3 2 Prime coarse woolled ditto 4 6 4 8.3 4 3 6 Prime Southdown ditto 4 8 4 10.3 8 3 10 Lambs 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 Large coarse Calves. 4 8 5 0.4 8 4 10 Prime small ditto 5 6 6 0.4 8 4 10 Large Hogs 3 4 4 0.3 4 3 10 "cat small Porkers 4 4 5 4.4 0 4 4 SUPPLIES. Beasts. 2,921 2.775 Sheep and Lambs. 21,690 25,8S0 Calves. 30 62 lot 427 427 NOTICES, &c. TO CONTRACTORS. To Masons, Smiths, and Founders. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the ERECTION of a BOUNDARY WALL to the NEW 14 Ul CHURCH, in the PAMSH OF ST. MARY, CARDIFF and RLOE t&Bmt EXILING, with ENTRANCE GATES; also FOUR STOVES, for heating the said Church are re- quested to send Estimates for the same, separately, directed to C. C. Williams, Esq., Treasurer, or one of the Secretaries, at Cardiff, on or before the 5th day of APRIL next. Plans and Specifications of the above may be seen daily, at the Office of Mr. Thomas Davies, Clerk of the Works, at Cardiff; or, Thomas Foster and Son, Architects, Bristol. The Committee do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest tender. J. C. CAMPBELL, Cardiff, March 15, 1843. Secretary. GLAMORGANSHIRE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the said County, WILL BE HOLDEN at the GUILDHALL, in the Town of COW- BRIDGE, in and for the said County, On TUESDAY, the Fourth day of APRIL next, at ELEVEN of the Clock in the Forenoon, when and where all Jurors, Prosecutors, and Witnesses are required to attend. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered before the Opening of the Court, and the several parties thereto be prepared to proceed therewith. At Half-past Eleven o'Clock the Justices assembled will pro- ceed to the business relating to the Assessment, Application, and Management of the County Stock or Rate, and to the internal regulations of the County. All Bills and demands against the County Stock must be delivered into the Office of the Clerk of the Peace Fourteen days before the Sessions, and all costs given or allowed by the Court must be taxed at the same Sessions, or they will not afterwards be allowed the several acting Magistrates are requested to return all Depositions into the Office of the Clerk of the Peace at Cardiff, on or before Friday, the 31st day of March inst. WOOD, Cardiff, March 3, 1843. Clerk of Peace. GLAMORGANSHIRE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT at the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace to be HOLDEN at COWBRIDGE, in and for the said County, On TUESDAY the Fourth day of APRIL next, the Justices then and there assembled will, at Twelve of the Clock at Noon of such day, proceed to take into consideration the provisions of an Act made and passed in the Second and Third Years of her present Majesty's Reign, intituled An Act for the Establishment of County and District Constables by the authority of Justices of the Peace," and also of another Act passed in the Third and Fourth Years of her present Majesty's Reign, intituled "An Act to amend the Act for the Establishment of County and District Constables," more particularly to take into consi. deration the Report of the Committee appointed to consider of the erection of Station-houses, or strong rooms made to the Easter Sessions, 1842 and to make and enter into such Rules, Orders, and Regulations relating thereto, and to the Police established within the said County, as may be thought expedient. Dated this 3rd day of March, 1843. WOOD, Clerk of the Peace. GLAMORGANSHIRE. 5 and 6 Vic., c. 109. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT at the Next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE to be HOLDEN at COWBRIDGE in and for the said County, on TUESDAY, the 4th day of APRIL next, the Justices then and there assembled will, at Half-past Twelve of the Clock in the Afternoon of such day, proceed to take into consideration the provisions of an Act made and passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of her present Majesty, intituled An Act for the Appointment and Payment of Parish Constables," particularly the expe- diency of providing Lock-up Houses in certain places in the said County, or instead of providing new Lock-up Houses, to order that the Lock-up Houses and Strong Rooms, or Cages, belonging to any Parish in the said County be appropriated for the purposes of the said Act, and, if necessary, that the same be enlarged or improved, and to make such other Rules, Orders, and Regulations relating thereto as may be deemed requisite. Dated this 3rd day of March, 1843. On the Requisition of Five of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the said County. WOOD, Clerk of Peace. GLAMORGANSHIRE. THE Visiting Justices of the County Gaol and House of Correction at Cardiff having at the General Quarter Sessions, held at CARDIFF, in and for the said County, on TUESDAY, the Third day of JANUARY last, presented to the said Court that such Prison was insufficient and inadequate to give effect to the Rules and Regulations prescribed by 4 Geo. 4, c. 64, and to the suggestions con- tained in the Circular of Her Majesty's Secretary of State, dated 16th November, 1841; and that there was a necessity for alterations and additions being made to such Prison, to render it sufficient for the purposes required. Notice is hereby given, that such presentment will be taken into consideration at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace of the said county, to be holden at COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, the Fourth day of APRIL next. By Order of the Court, WOOD, Cardiff, March 3, 1843. Clerk of Peace. GLAMORGANSHIRE. THE Visiting Justices of the House of Correction at SWANSEA having at the GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS, held at CARDIFF, in and for the said County, on TUESDAY, the Third day of JANUARY last, pre- sented to the said Court that such Prison was insuiffcient and inadequate to give effect to the suggestions contained in the Circular of Her Majesty's Secretary of State, dated, 16th November, 1841, and that there was a necessity for altera- tions and additions being made to such House of Correction to render it sufficient for the purposes required. 4 Notice is hereby given, that such presentment will be taken into consideration at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace of the said County, to be holden at COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, the Fourth day of APRIL next. By older of Court, WOOD, Cardiff, March 3, 1843. Clerk of Peace. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TOLLS TO BE LET. Caerleon District of Turnpike Roads. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the TOLLS at the TOLL GATES upon the TURNPIKE ROADS in this District, called or known by the names of the GOLDCROFT GATES and the CHRISTCHURCH GATES, Will be Let by Auction, At the HANBURY ARMS INN, in the Town of CAERLEON, in the said County, on THURSDAY, the 13th day of APRIL, 1843, between the hours of 11 o'clock in the Forenoon and 2 in the Afternoon, in the manner di- rected by the Act passed in the Third Year of the Reign of His Majesty King George Fourth, For Regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls produced the last letting the sum of E401 per annum at the Gold- croft Gates, and the sum of JE:302 per annum at Christchurch Gates, above the expenses of collecting them, and will be put up at those sums. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must at the same time pay One Month in advance of the Rent at which such Tolls may be Let, and give security with sufficient sureties to the satis- faction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads, for payment of the rest of the Money Monthly. JAS. SALTER, L Clerk to the Trustees of the Said Turnpike Roado. Newport, March lGtfj, lSia. NOTICES, &e. BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY No. 1. PRINCE'S STREET, BANK. LONDON. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament IV. Vict, cap. IX DIRECTORS. William Bardgett, Esq RobertEglinton, Esq Samuel Bevington, Esq Erasmus Robt. Foster,Esq, Witt. F-echney Black, Esq Alex. Robert 1rvine, Esq John Brightman, Esq Peter Morrison Esq George Coben, Esq Henry Lewis Smale, Esq Millis Coventry, Esq Thomas Teed, Esq. Millis Coventry, Esq Thomas Teed, Esq. John Drewett, Esq I AUDITORS. J. B. Bevington, Esq.-F. P. Cockerill, Esq.—J. D. Dow, Esq. MEDICAL OFFICER. John Clendinning, M.D., F.R S., 16, Wimpole St., Cavendish Sq. STANDING COUNSEL. The Hon. John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Inn.-Mr.Serjeant Murphy, M.P., Temple. SOLICITOR. William Bevan, Esq., Old Jewry. BaNKERS- Messrs. Drewett and Fowler, Princes Street, Bank. This Institution is empowered by a Special Act of Parliament, and is so constituted as to afford the benefits of Life Assurance in their fullest extent to Policy-Holders, and to present greater facilities and accommodation than are usually offered by other Companies. The decided superiority of its plan, and its claim to public preference and support, have been proved incontestably, by its extraordinary and unprecedented success. A sturances may either be effected by Parties on their own Lives, or by Parties interested therein on the Lives of others. The effect of an Assurance on a person's own life is to create at once a Property in Reversion, which can by no other means be realized. Take, for instance, the case of a person at the age of Thirty, who by the payment of 51. 3s. 4d. to the Britannia Life Assurance Company, can become at once possessed of a bequeathable property, amounting to IOOOl., subject only to the condition of his continuing the same payment quarterly during the remainder of his life,-a condition which may be fulfilled by the mere saving of EIGHT SHILLINGS weekly in-his expenditure 1 hus, by the exertion of a very slight degree of economy—such indeed, as can scarcely be felt as an inconvenience, he may at once realize a capital of 10001., which he can bequeath or dis- pose of in any way he may think proper. A Board of Directors in attendance daily at Two o'clock. PETER MORRISON, Esq., Resident Director. Detailed Prospectuses, and every requisite information as to the mode of effecting Assurances, may be obtained upon appli. cation to the following AGENTS- NEWPORT Ttl y R. j ellk ins. TREDEGAR Mr. George Harrhy, Bank. CHEPSTOW Mr. J. L. Baldwyn, Solicitor M ON MOUTH MR. X. George, Solicitor. INFLUENZA, COUGHS, AND COLDS. S1MCO S ESSENCE of LINSEED is the most effica- cious remedy ever discovered for the relief'of persons suffering from Influenza the two first doses generally arrest the progress of this distressing complaint, and a little persever- ance completely removes it. Children's Coughs, as well as recent ones in adults, will he removed by a few dimes (frequently by the first), and asthmatwTpersofps, who previously had not been able to lie down in Bed, have received the utmost benefit from the use of SI:\JQD'S ESSENCE OF LINSEED. t Sold by A. Willoughby and GO,,T«IAB. G. Windus, 61, Bishops- gate Street Without, London, and all Medicine Vendors, in bottles at Is. Jkd. or &t. 9d. each. ———— ■) "Tiv DINNEPORD'S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA. Under the immediate sanction of the PRESIDENT of the COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS. For Acidities, heartburn, headache, gout, indigestion, &c. THE great advantages of this elegant preparation are, that, being in a FLUID STATE, and possessing all the properties of Magnesia in general use, it is not liable to form dangerous concretions in the bowels; it corrects ACIDITY and HEARTBURN effectually, without injuring the COATS OF THE STOMACH," as Carbonate of Soda and Potash are known to do it prevents THE FOOD OF INFANTS TURNING SOUR DURING DIGESTION • it )s very useful in cases of Gour, GRAVEL, and other complaints' of the BLADDER; and. in all cases it acts a pleasing aperient peculiarly adapted for Feinales,pairticularly during PREGNANCY. The high leslimonials received in favour of Mr. Dinneford's preparation from the most eminent members in every branch of the medical profession, has established its superiority on an irre- fragable basis, and placed it at once beyond the reach of com- petition. DR. WILKINSON, of Bath. whose familiarity with practical chemistry so well entitles his opinion to respect, says- •• A bottle of the FLUID MAGNESIA of SIR JAMES MURRAY'S, sent to me for analyzation by a chemist in this town, gave me seven grains of Magnesia, and three grains of Sulphate of Soda, to the ounce, whilst yours yielded SEVENTEEN GRAINS OF PURE MAGNESIA to the ounce. I conscientiously bear testimony to the correctness of the above results. t- ,.n a ^Si8"ed) C. H. WILKINSON, M.D. Dated, Oct. 23, 1840." This conclusive testimony is further corroborated by the follow- ing distinguished persons:— W. T. BIIAN D E, Fq., F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry of the Royal Institution, &c. j me nil* Pni ^nt'lor l'ie Pharmacologia, &c., &c. n. J. 'ranslatorof the Pharmacopoeia, Lecturer on Pharmaceutical Chemistry, &c JEROME MORGAN, Esq., Surgeon to the General Dispen- iary' M Tactical Chemist, Dublin, who also analyzed Sir James Murray's Compound. SIR HENRY HALFORD says-" I have seen the machinery and the process by which you prepare the PURE Solution of Magnesia, and have been much pleased by all that I have seen the preparation is a very good one." SIR CHA R 1, ES M. CLARKE says-H The Solution of Magnesia, prepared by Mr. lhnneford, is a very useful and agreeable pre- paration' ° h SIR DAVID DAVIES says—" I consider it FAR SUPERIOR to any other preparation of the kind that 1 have seen. This I at- tribute to the perfect manner in which Mr. Dinueford conducts the process." DR. GAIRDNER says-" I have prescribed your Solution of Magnesia extensively. I have also made trial of the same remedy prepared by others, and am satisfied, that for PURITY AND STRENGTH, yours deserves a very DECIDED PREFERENCE." The Acidulated Lemon Syrup,usually sold with the Solution makes the most agreeable saline draughts, and materially in- creases the aperient quality.Prepared by Dinneford; Family Chemist to her Majesty the Queen Dowager, 172, New Bond Street. CAUTION.—Be careful to ask.for DINNEFOR D'S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA, to avoid the substitution of the impure Irish prepara- tions, which are imported in leaden and other deleterious metallic vessels. Their impurity may be readily detected by the TASTE, and is even obvious to the SIGHT. None can be relied upon as GENUINE, unless the House Stamp of the Proprietor be pasted over the cork ofearli bottle. To be procured of the principal Chemists throughout the Kingdom. ° IMPORTANT TO SALT MANUFACTURERS AND BOILERS OF SUGAR, &C. IN OPEN PANs.-The following improve- ment in the manufacture of salt has been tried and proved available by Mr. Benjamin Smith, salt manufacturer, of Droitwich, (although he has not claimed it in his patent for the manufacture ol salt,) and he wishes to make it known to persons in the above business, as it will be a great saving both of fuel and pans. Over the fire or fires, where the most rapid boiling takes place, put a cover, made with anything ■iii Cran renaove(^ 00 or °ff at pleasure; by so doing it will be tound to move the greatest part of the salt that would form itself on or over the fire backwards, with the brine in agitation, to the back part of the pan. It may be done by having a number of boards nailed together, similar to a door, with a rim upon the top side about four inches high, over each hre, with the front part of the boards a little lower than the back and as the evaporation moves backward from under the cover, the greater part of the salt will move backward also, and thereby, in a very great measure, save the pan from burning. By adopting this method there will be very little boiling observable, though, in reality, the boiling will he more rapid. The brine will be in constant agitation from the boil- ing part being covered in part, and thereby cause the crystals to fall more freely than under the old system of open pans. e, understand that persons wishing further information upon he subject can obtain the same by applying to Mr. Benjamin Smith, Droitwich; so that such information required does not relate to any part of the patent which he has had granted to him for the manufacture of salt. n MR. COBDEN.-It is not generally known that Mr. Cobden, who figures as the principal leader of the Anti- tvorn Law confederacy, was, a few years since, a com- mercial traveller in Ireland, and is indebted for his celebrity in the manufacture of fancy cotton goods to a young man named Whitfield, a native of the city of Dublin, who is deaf and dumb, and who has furnished, these seven years past, those beautiful patterns which brought Mr. Cobden into notice as a manufacturer. Young Whitfield, we have heard, was educated at the tieaf ami dumb institution at Qwgmoiit. itimtyr Express, B BI TISH FIRE OtfFjteE, 429 STRAND, & 21 COR]«LL. | DIRECTORS, &c. TLf i 1 i The Hon. G. C. Agar f George G. Is, EsqL ■ Richard S. Cox, Esq. George P r, Eso, IK James Colquhoun, Esq. C. H. C. PJowden,$SL James Henry Deacon, Esq. Henry Webb, Esq. F I Chsyfes Francis, Esq. I Richard William*, Va.. Elijah Barwell Impey, Esq. John Helps, EscuySecretarr, John Malcolm, Esq. ESTABLISHED in 1799, for Insurance against Loss l_j or Damage by Fire, on the most equitable terms, and on a principle which conveys PERFECT SECURITY WITHOUT ANY RESPONSIBILITY whateyer to the Insured, at Reduced Premiums. Persons effecting Insurances for 7 years, by one payment, are entitled to an XMMEDIiL^i: RETURN,! equal to £ 15. per Cent. oq both Premium and Duty, WHICH RETURN IS CERTAIN AND NOT DEPEN- DENT on any contingency. Policies will not be charged for sums of £300. or upwardi, nor to persons removing In- surances from other Offices. This office has always paid for damage by Fire from Lightning. Receipts for the Renewal of Insurances, may be had at the principal Offices; in the Strand and Cornhill, London, and of their Agents in the Country, who will receive Pro- posals for new Insurances. Policies should be renewed within Fifteen days from the day on which the Premiums become due. AGENTS:,Mr. H. WEBBER, at the Office of this Paper. .Yewport Mr. WM. POWELL, Saddler. TOWN OIf CARDIFF, jgl DRAPERY AND FURNITUR BE i«J ou "MCTOM, BY MR. W. H. DEEBLE, At No. 33, ST. MARY'S STREET, CARDIFF, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 28th. and 29th MARCH, 1843, all the STOCK-IN-TRAD E, Of Mr. TOVEY, declining Business. THE Stock consists of about £ 500 worth of Broad and Narrow Cloths, Keisemeres, Buck, and Doe Skin, Pilots, Fufetians, and an Assortment of Ready-Made Clothes, viz. :-Coats, Waistcoats, Jackets, Trousers, Shirts, &c. CORDS, FUSTIANS, CALICOES, and Double-barrel GUN, in Mahogany Case. Also a Double-barrel GUN and Pair of PISTOLS. The FURNITURE comprises Secretary and Book Case four-post,jBedstead and Furniture; Chest of Drawers; Washhatfdlstand Chairs Tables Kitchen Utensils, &c. Approved Bills will be taken of Purchasers to the amount of £ 20 antj upwards. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. The HOUSE to be Let, inquire on the Premises.



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