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NOTICES, SALES, &c. Prime Herefordshire Cider for Sale. TO BE DISPOSED OF, about SIX HUNDRED DOZEN OF PRIME CIDEIl, at 7s. 6d. per Dozen, in any quantities, Bottles and Hampers included. Also, about ELEVEN HUNDRED GALLONS of the same quality in Casks; and may be obtained in any quantities, on reasonable terms-for CASH. Early applications will be attended to, addressed, pre-paid, to Mr. W. ALLEN, General Commission Agent, No. 56, Commercial-Street, Newport, Monmouthshire, GLAMORGANSHIRE. TOWN OF CARDIFF. To be Sold by Private Contract, A SUBSTANTIAL and Well-built HOUSE, in CHARLOTTE-STREET, CARDIFF, No. 32, now in the occupation of Mr. Daniel Williams, with a small DWELL- ING HOUSE behind the same, in the occupation of Mr. William Rosser. The House consists of a Parlour, Kitchen, Cellar, Three Bed-rooms, and a large Garret. The Premises are held under a Lease for the Term of 999 Years, subject to a Ground Rent of £ 2 10s. per Annum. Further particulars may be obtained at the Office of Mr. E. P. Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff. 30th March, 1843. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Valuable Live & Dead Farming Stotfk. TO BiE SOLD BY AUCTION, t. BY MR. W. MORRIS, On THURSDAY, the 13th of APRIL, 1843. ON the Premises in the Village of LISWORNEY, distant about 2 Miles from the Town of Cowbridge, the under- mentioned Stock and Implements of Husbandry, the Property of Mr. JOHN BARNES, who is lessening his Farm, viz., 11 very superior Milch Cows and 9 Calves, 5 two-year-old Heifers in Calf, 1 fat Cow in high condition, which has taken the prizes for the best at Tredegar and Cow- bridge Cattle Shows, 4 two-year-old fat Steers, 9 yearling Heifera and a yearling Bull. The CATTLE are all of the pure Hereford breed, and have been chosen with considerable care and expense from the very best Breeders. The SHEEP comprise 76 breeding Ewes with their Lambs, 55 yearling Ewes, 14 fat Ewes, 40 fat yearling Wethers, 3 two-year-old and 7 yearling Rams, which are of the new Leicester and Cotswold breed, and have been selected from the best of the flocks bred by Mr. Large, of Broadhall, Mr. Ewer, of North- leach, and from the Fonmon, Sully, Wenvoe, and other celebrated Breeders in this County 4 very capital draught Horses, from 4 to 6 years old, and not to be surpassed in excellence, 1 ditto Mare in Foal, 1 three-year-old cart Filly, and a very valuable Poney, 5 years old, remarkably fast and docile, and of perfect symmetry; a Sow and 4 Pigs, some of the best of the Berkshire kind 3 ricks of very superior and well-harvested Wheat, a quantity of good Barley and Oats, in the barn, 1 rick and parts of 2 other ricks of very prime and well harvested Hay, 1 rick of Clover and Rye Grass, and part of a mow of ditto. 1 The IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY are 4 very good Waggons, 2 of which are nearly new, 2 Carts, 2 iron and 3 wooden Ploughs, 2 pair of Drags, 1 pair of Harrows, a Scuffler, 2 Sheep Locks, several sets of Waggon and Plough Harness, 4 heel Rakes, 12 dozen Hurdles, &c., &c. > As it is intended to sell the whole in one day, the Auctioneer respectfully solicits an early attendance. The Sale will commence precisely at Eleven o'clock in the Fore- noon with the Sheep, which, as well as the other stock, will be divided into suitable lots for the convenience of purchasers, and the whole sold without reserve. Three Months Credit will be given, if required, on appro- Ted security, to purchasers of the amount of Ten Pounds and upwards. CARDIFF. M 11 lldl llf MCTIM, BY MR. THOMAS WATKINS, On WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 19th and 20th APRIL next, the Modern and Elegant HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Of J. D. SCALE, Esq., who is about to leave this Neighbourhood; COMPRISING every tiling necessary in a Genteel Esta- blishment, particulars of which will be given in the next advertisement. A Modern Piccolo Piano-forte, by Wornow; Gig, London built; Harness; and an excellent Brown MARE—goes well in harness, and is a good roadster. —— TOWN OF CARDIFF. IMPORTANT AND UNRESERVED Sale of Clocks, Watches, Jewellery, Ornaments, Tunbridge Ware, Writ, in a Desks, Japanned Goods, Hardware, &c., c. MR. M M A P- ir io ~D espectfully announces to the Gentry, his Friends, and XV the Public in general, that he has received instructions from the Creditors of the Proprietor of the BAZAAR, to offer for unreserved SALE BY AUCTION, The extensive, elegant, and well-selected STOCK, now on the Premises lately in the occupation of Mr. G. GOWER, opposite the Post-office, DUKE-STREET, on MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1843, and the two following days, comprising a number of excellent Silver Lever Watches, Plain and Jewelled Vertical ditto, Gold Guard Chains in great variety, Silver ditto, Pencil Cases, Tooth-picks, Gold Ear-rings, Brooches, Keys, Seals, &c. Also, Parisian, Geneva, and Berlin tfoods] of an entirely new description; Drawing-room Clocks in Ormolu, Platina Bronze, and Ebony, tastefully inlaid Ala- baster ditto, with and without Music; Musical Boxes, Berlin and Dresden China, handsome China Vases, Flower and Match Pots, Scent Bottles, Dejeune Sets, Baskets, Ink and Paper Stands, with a variety of interesting Figures; Mahogany, Zebra, Rosewood Writing Desks and Dressing Cases, richly inlaid Ladies' fitted-up Cabinets, Tea Chests and Caddies, Work and Knitting Boxes, improved French and German Accordians, with and without Semitones; French Baskets, Perfumery, Draft, Chess, and Back- gammon Boards Sets of Paper-maehe Tea Trays, &c., &c. A well-selected Stock of Sheffield and other Plate, consisting of Silver mounted Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays, Spirit and Cruet Stands, Salvers, Butter Tubs, Cake aud Bread Baskets, with a general assortment of Geneva and London made Jewellery, with many other Articles too numerous to be inserted. The Auctioneer particularly invites the attention of the Gentry and Public, to the present favourable opportunity for a reasonable purchase, as his instructions are prompt to obtain CASH for the whole of the Stock, which must be cleared off at any sacrifice. The Goods can be viewed each day of the Sale until 11 o'clock, and the Auction will commence at 12 precisely until 4, and Re-open again at 6 o'clock in the Evening. PILLCWENLLY, In the Borough of Newport, and County of Monmouth. ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE LEASEHOLD PREMISES, EVER OFFERED FOB. SAZiXS BY AUCTION Mr. S. H. LONG, Bogs leave most respectfully to inform Capitalists and Inn- keepers that be will submit to competition, on MONDAY APRIL 24th, 1843, at the TREDEGAR ARMS INN, in the Town of NEWPORT, punctually at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, (unless Disposed of in the mean time by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given), subject to such Conditions as will be then produced THE Well-accustomed and Established NAVIGATION- HOUSE, at present a Beer Shop, (but the Auctioneer would most respectfully suggest that a Spirit License may speedily be obtained) situate at Pillgwenlly, held under a Lease from the Tredegar Wharf Company, 64 years of which are unexpired, at a moderate Ground Rent. Comprising on the first tioor an excellent Brew-house, 22ft. by 11 Kitchen, I Ift. by 10 Cellar, 16ft. by 8 and a Pantry. The second floor comprises a Tap-room, 22ft. by 11; Parlour, lift, by 11; Bar, lift, by 8; and a China Pantry. The third floor or suit of Bedrooms are four in number, one 15ft. by 9, and three lift, by 8. The Frontage of the House are 31ft. but the extent of Frontage of the said Leasehold Premises are 91ft. and is capable of erecting several Dwelling-house or Shops. The Auctioneer begs leave, without arrogation, to assert, that the above Property is, without exception, according to its Locality, dimensions, capability of improvements" its contiguity to the Canal and Tram Roads which leads to the splendid, unrivalled, and magnificent Floating Dock, as well as the centre of the several Shipping Departments of all the great Mercantile Interests, Shipping Yards, &c., of this Emporium of South Wales, and is decidedly one of the most desirable properties ever offered to a discerning public. For a view of the premises, or for further particulars, apply, if by letter, post-paid, to the Auctioneer, 26, Cross House, Stow Terrace, Newport, Monmouthshire. GLAMORGANSHIRE TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the CASTLE INN, in the Town of NEATH, (Under a Writ of Fieri Facias ) On WEDNESDAY, the 19th day of APRIL, 1843, between the hours of One and Three in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced, ALL that recently-erected CHAPEL or Meeting-House! situate at MAESTEG, in the County of Glamorgan, on ^the north side of the River Llunfi, and now or lately used as I$$ce of Worship by the Independent denomination of "7 "~i "Persenters. The building is large and commodious, having ?e of 49 feet, and being 56 feet deep. P'remises are held for an unexpired term of 64 Years, to the reserved yearly rent of £ 1 16s. lOd. er particulars may be had on application to Mr. tson, Solicitor, Neath. ■ •' -i WO f\jrr."T NOTICES, &c. DOUCEUR, from 10 to 25 per Cent, per Annum, upon the amount of SALARY received, will be paid by the Advertiser, a Gentleman of business habits, to any influential Gentleman or Lady who will procure for him a SITUATION in a MINE, or any other Genteel Employ- ment. Ample security can be given, and the strictest secrecy relied on. Address R. J. V. Chillcott, Printer, Leominster, Herefordshire. WANTED, A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN SERVANT OF.ALL WORK, to have the care of a Bachelor's House. It is necessary that she be a good Cook, and have a good character. Apply by Letter only, pre-paid, to L L., Post office, Dowlais. m advanced on approved Freehold fvFvFvr or Copyhold Security, in sums of not less than JELOOO each. Apply to Messrs. BlliCII and DAVIS, Solicitors, Newport. THE SCHOONER GLAMORGAN, D. JONES, MASTER, ll J.J(IDW' AT COTTON'S WHARF, TOOLEY STREET, LONDON, For Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr, Abergavenny, Brecon, Monmouth, Pontypool, Cowbridge, Bridgend and places adjacent, AND WILL POSITIVELY SAIL On THURSDAY, APRIL 13th, 1843. For Freight, &c., apply to the Master on Board Mr. R Burton, jun., Newport; Mr. Thomas Richards, Aber- givenny; Messrs. Prosser and Price, Brecon Mr. Scovell the Wharfinger, London or to Mr. J. G. Bird, Agent to the Cardiff, Newport, and London Shipping Company, at Cardiff. London, March 28th, 1843.

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