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&c. THE CARDIFF AND BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS PRINCE OF WALES MATTHEW JONES, Commander, LADY C HA R L O T T E HENRY JEFFERY Commander, JCWSRW-/VT ARE INTENDED TO SAIL During the Month of JUNE. H /Mi/yjuVv. AS follows :~r- (F> •um the Bute Ship Dock.J I FROM CARDIFF. 24..Saturday. Lady Charlotte. II afternoon 2G.. Monday Prince of Wales 3 afternoon 21.. Tuesday Lady Charlotte. 4 afternoon 28..Wednesday..Prince of Wales 4 afternoon 29..Thursday Lady Charlotte 5 morning 30..Friday Prince of Wales (j morning FROM BRISTOL. 24.. Saturday. Prince of Wales 2 afternoon 26.. Monday Lady Charlotte 4 afternoon 27 ..Tuesday Prince of Wales 4 afternoon 28..Wednesday..Lady Charlotte. (i morning 29 Thursday ..Prince of Wales ..•• 7 morning 30.. Friday Lady Charlotte 7 morning Cairiages and Horses must be along side an hour and a half previous to the time of Sailing, otherwise they cannot be shipped, iu consequence of Locking through the New Docks. FA RPS:-A fter Cabin, 6s.—Fore Cabin. 3s. 6,1. Children under 12 Years of Agc, IIalf-pdce.f.)ogs, III. each. A Female Steward attends on Board both I"kcts. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four Wheel Carriage. 21s. ditto Pbeaton or Gig. It)s. 611, Two Wheel, drawn by One Horse and Driver. 19s; Horse and "hler. After Cabin, 10s. Horse and Rider, tore Cabin, 8!1. fid; Shcppt Pigs. and Calves. Is. 6d. each. Carriages, Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will he subject to Landing and Wharfages, at Bute Docke." Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. Freighters arc requested to order all Goods intended for the PIUNCE OF WALKS, to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Hohert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the I.A I>Y CRA IU.OTTE, to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. o Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the I aekcts at the expense of the Companies. Merthi/r, Newbiidge, Aberdare. Coicbridge. Bridgend, Llan trinsent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these Plaees in Spring Waggons and Lock up Canal Boats immediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance. in which case they will be deposited 111 the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.- Freight to he paid on delivery- Goods, Packages. Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Hristol.. Further information as to Freight, will be readily obtained by applying to the Agents, Mr. Woodman, Agent, at the 1 ackct Office on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. G. C. Glasson, Agent, No. 12, Quay Street. Bristol, for the PRINCU OF WALES. Packet and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, onthe Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr. W. B. Owen, 29, Avon Crescent, llotwclls, HrWtol, for tho LADY CH A RLOTTH Packet. NOTICK.—The roprietors of the above Str-am Packet* give Notice, that they will not he accountable for any Passenger's L'lgjijijre, nor will they be answerable for any Goods. Packages, or (if lost or damaged by Fire .^Leakage or otherwise) unless Hooked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of40s.,unlessentfred at its value, and Carriage in proportion paid for the saiiie, ;it 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 the risk and expense of the consignees. All goods to be considered as liens, not titily 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, cla iirn fo r loss or damage, Sec,, ca n not be allowed '■ulesR a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on the II iv of delivery. Merthyr Tydfil Brewery, Lately carried onTinder the management of Mr. ROWLAND HOPKINS, deceased. rrHE Public is respectfully informed that this BREWERY is now in FULL OPERATION, and conducted with its usual spirit and its accustomed attention to the excellent quality of its articles. XXX PORTER, equal to London Porter, and Old and Table Ales of the best description, together with Fine Malt, always on Sale. The above in quantities not less than 18 Gallons at a time, the practice of Retailing an inferior article in small quan- tities, and a low price, to the great injury of the respectable favem-keepers, being totally and thoroughly disclaimed. Orders forwarded to Mr. WILLIAM MORGAN, on the Premises of the Merthyr Tydfil Bretoery, will be immediately a.nd carefully attended to. The OLD BREWERY HOUSE, together with its Stabling and productive Garden, all in excellent order, TO BE LET, on moderate terms. A Small, Neat MALT-HOUSE, with Iron Kiln, and every convenience of Water Power; and Crushing Mills luay be Let with or without the House. Apply as above. LONDON MARKETS. GENEHAL AVKKAGE PRICES OF CO N. per Quarter computed from the Inspectors' Returns. GUNF-RAI. AVERAGE. s. d. 8- <L Wheat 48 4 Rye.»•••• 80 5 Ra; ley 27 3 Beans 28 3 Oals IS 5 Peas 29 7 DUTY ON FOKUIGN COltN. s. d. ■. d. Wheat 20 0 Rye 1 £ B'irley 9 0 Beans H 6 Oats 8 0 Peas 11 CORN P,XCti ANC, WHEAT.. 44s 52 White. 5Ss — 60s Chittum. 59s 63s Kent d o41s-iOs Ditto 50s — 58s 43s — 50s Dilto 50s — 56s Norfolk, York, and Lincoln -s s Ditto 46s — 52s Noi thumber- land,&c —s — —9 RVK 28s — 32s 23s — '27s Chevalier 31s — 33s Malting. 29s — 31s Irish 22s — 28s Scotch 26s — 2fis Distillers' 27s — 29s OATS York and Lin- colnshre, feed 16s — HIs Small 163 — 19s Ditio.. Poland 17s 20s Potato. 18s 21s i Northuiberld. and Scotch, feed 17s — 20s Mealing 18s — 22s Ditto Poland 178 22s l'otato 18s — 2.5s Devnshire, &c., black 15s — 18s White .14s — 18s Welsh. ditto.. Us 17i Ditto. 13s — 16s Irish fd, while 12s — 16s lilack.14s — 17s Irish Potato.. 16s — 18s Liinerick.&c., 16s — 19s Distilling.. 19s. — 21s ..Ticks, new.. 25s — 27s 24s — 26s Old 26s — 29s Od .21s 2ih Harrow, new 27s 2Ys Small, new 31s — S3s Old 31s — 32s Old 35s — 37s Peas .Grey 25s — 27s Blue ..•••••• 35s — 50s Maple 27s — 29s Suffolk 30s 40s Ditto, Scotch —s s White.28s — 30 S M IT H FIE L D MARK E PS—Monday. A Statement and Comparison of the Supplies and Prices of Fas Stock, Exhibited and Sold in Smithfield Cattle Market, on Monday, June 20,1842, and Monday.June 19,1843. June 20, 1842. June 19. 1843. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. ^oarse and inferior Beasts.• 3 4 to 3 6.2 6 2 S Second quality ditto 3 8 3 10.2 10 3 2 J'riine large Oxen 4 0 4 4.3 4 3 6 *^riine Scots, &c 4 6 4 8.3 8 3 1(1 Coarse and inferior Sheep 3 4 3 6.3 0 3 2 Second quality ditto 3 S 3 10.3 4 3 6 Priitie coarse woolled ditto 3 10 4 0.3 8 3 10 "'iinc Southdown ditto 4 0 4 4.3 10 4 0 '-a^bs 0 6 0.4 2 5 2 ^arge coarse Calves 3 8 4' 0.3 0 3 6 ^rime small ditto 4 2 4 6.3 8 4 0 Large Hogs 4 0 4 6 3 0 3 6 eat amall Porkers 4 8 5 0 3 8 4 0 SIIL'I'L.IF.S. Beasts. 2,510 2.9(\9 Sheep and Lambs. 28,000 36,390 Calves. 264 18 9 Pigs. 431 413 NOTICES, &c. '¡o.' Important to the Inhabitants of Cardiff. Imperial Pckin Black Tea, At 6s. per lb. HONG BLACK TEA at 5S. 6d. per lb., and the Imperial Green Tea at 7s. per lb., In Scaled Packages of lbs., half-lbs., and quarter-lbs. IMPORTED SOLELY BY Wood, Walsh, & Co., Canton Merchants, London. The Sole Agency for these exquisite Teas, for Cardiff; IS PLACED IN THE HANDS OF Mr, Henry Webber, "Advertiser and Guardian" Office, Duke-Street. The first gathering of Tea-Leaves commences at the mid. dle of the moon preceding the Vernal Equinox, which is the first month of the Japanese year, falling about the end of our February. The tender young leaves are but a few days old when they are plucked, and because of their scarcity and rice, are disused of to Princes and Rich People only, and lence, this kind is called IMPERIAL TEA. These TEAS were served, and are continued to be served, to the Royal Family and Principal Nobility at the Ancient Concerts, and have given the most unqualified approbation. The Epicure can now gratify his palate by applying as above. v The extraordinary demand for these Teas wherever Agencies are established, coupled with the fact that they are substantially Leaded and Sealed by the Importers, afford a guarantee, that cannot be given with other Teas, that they are GENUINE as Imported. CARDIFF. To be Let, Furnished or Unfurnished, A good Family House, IN CROCKHE1113TOWN, situated in the main thorough- fare, comprising Dining Room, Breakfast Parlour, House Keeper's Room, good Kitchens, Cellar, &c., with Pleasure Ground behind. On the Second Floor, Drawing Room and;) Bed Rooms on the Third Floor 5 Bed Rooms. For particulars apply to Mr. W. HAUHIS, Upholsterer, Cardiff. TEETH. THIRTEENTH PERIODICAL VISIT. MONDAYS and TUESDAYS, ABERGAVENNY; AVEDNESDAYS, NEW PORT THURSDAYS, CHEPSTOW; FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS,MONMOUTH. To the Nobility, (ientn/, Clergy, and the Residents generally of the Principality. MR. L. MOSELY, SURGEON DENTIST, OF 12, BERNElt'S STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON. GRATEFULLY impressed for the gratifying and in- GRATEFULLY impressed for the gratifying and in- creased confidence reposed in his professional skill and abilities si-uce he commenced practice in the County (now approaching seven years), has the honor to announce to his Patients and those who may wish to consult him, that he is now making his periodical visit, and that he may be con- sulted (for a limited period), as under, Mondays and Tues- days, Angel Hotel, Abergavenny; Wednesdays, King's Head, Newport; Thursdays, George Hotel, Chepstow (all at private apartments); and on Fridays and Saturdays, at Mr. Powell, plumber, &c., Monnow-street, Monmouth. Attendancefrom 10 to 5. From Mr. L. M.'s extensive and well-known practice at his old-established town residence (No. 12 Berner's-street, Oxford-street, where patients can always be attended) lie is enabled to offer his Country Patients advantages never yet attainable except in the metropolis. The whole of the me chanical department is designed by himself and executed on the premises, by which means an accurate and sure fit is guaranteed, all pressure on the gums avoided, and the Teeth are made to answer all purposes of mastication and articu- lation, aud are worn with perfect ease and comfort upon the most tender gums, without extracting the remaining stumps. Mr. L. M. is happy to state, from extensive alterations and improvements just finished in the Mechanical Depart- ment, he is enabled to Reduce his Charges very considerably, so as to bring the aid of the Dentist within the reach of all parties. Mr. L. M.'s newly-invented incorrodible Teeth never change colour from the effects of medicine or ill health, and assimilate so closely to nature as to defy detection by the closest observer. Natural and Artificial Teeth of every description fixed, from a single Tooth to a complete Set, without wires or ligatures of any kind. Scaling, Stopping, Children's Teeth attended, and every operation pertaining to Dental Surgery. Consultations Free, and specimens shown in every stage of preparation. Mr. L. M.'s references combine very many of the most influential Families (his Patients) resident in the county, and the Medical Profession generally. Constant attendance at Town Residence, No. 12, Berner's Street, Oxford Street, where Patients can always be attended, and letters addressed will meet with immediate attention. CHARGES AS IN TOWN. June 9tli 1843. A Novelty in Politics! On SATURDAY, the 17th instant, will be Published, price SIXPENCE, the 1st number of a Weekly Newspaper, entitled THE CERBERUS. SIlIl QUEMQUE CAVERE OPOLLTET." THE peculiar feature of THE CERBERUS" consists, as its name imports, in presenting, engrafted upon one trunk, three distinct and different heads—the WHIG, the TORY, and the RADICAL; each of these perfect and complete in itself. Thus, THE CERBERUS will present to its readers, in three separate compartments of one and the same sheet, three distinct Newspapers, with THREE ORIGINAL LEADERS-the first advocating the principles of Whiggism, the second High Toryism, and the third those of Radicalism. The General Editor of THE CERBERUS will not range himself under the banners of any party. His endeavour will be to make his broad-sheet a family newspaper in the true sense of the word, by skilfully digesting and condensing the usual foreign and domestic news to be found in a weekly journal, and by inserting, in addition, a variety of original and authentic information concerning the Court, the Ministry, the Parliament, Naval and Military Intelligence, Preferments, Ordinations, Provincial News, Law, Police, and all passing events of the day. From THE CERBERUS will be excluded all that might render it unfit to be placed in the hands of the young or the innocent, whilst no topic will be admitted not calculated to interest the public in general. AGRICULTURE, its meetings, its fluctuations, the price of corn and of cattle, together with the doings of the Monev Market and other matters pertaining to Commerce, will be faithfully recorded, whilst Literature, Music, the Drama, the Arts and Science, the Worlds of Fashion and of Sport, will each find a section appropriated to itself. Important to the Lovers of the Fine Arts. A series of the most spirited MEZZOTINTO EN- GRAVINGS will be presented (gratuitously) quarterly, to the Subscribers. The first will be her Majesty THE QUEEN; to be followed, in rapid succession, by Sir R. PEEL, the Duke of WELLINGTON, Lord NELSON, Sir C. NAPIER, Lord BROUGHAM, &c., &(, forming asplendid, magnificent, and matchless collection of Portraits of Distinguished Statesmen, Naval and Military Heroes, Dignitaries of the Church, and other celebrated characters. involving an outlay of upwards of TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS. Advertisements, and Communications for the Editor, to be sent to the "Cerberus Office, 164, Strand, London."—Orders received by every News vender ia the United Kingdom. NOTICES, &c. 1 STIVENS' UIRIVALLED GIIEEI-QDGER WOE, A Luxurious and Cooling Beverage in Cold Spring p VVatcr. THIS, delicious and wholesome beverage, so highly re- commended by the Faculty as a valuable Specific in cases of Flatulency, Spasms, &c., and patronized by the Nobility and Gentry, is composed of Jamaica Green Ginger, Raisins of the Sun, Citrons, and Seville Oranges one of the most useful and pleasant Cordials extant. It has long been deservedly popular throughout the kingdom and though the price is a trifle higher than what is commonly lold for 11 Ginger Wine," the superior richness of the in- gredients renders it impossible to charge a lower price. CAUTION.—The extensive demand for STIVENS' GINGER WINE has induced some dealers in sweets to imitate the labels, and, in many instances, to re-fill the empty bottles with the labels oil. To check such deception, the present bottles are labelled in blue letter, and each envelope over the cork stamped STIVENS, BRISTOL." To imitate this is forgery. Agents are appointed in all principal towns. Messrs. J. and J. BETTS, GROCERS, CARDIFF. Charles Basseit, Nei%,bri(ige. E(iiv-,tr(i Gilbert, Dowlais.. George Baker, Newport..Edward Cook, Neath.. Benjamin Davig, Abei-ai-oii.. W. Leyshon, Bi-idgeliil.. Joseph Pugh, Tredegar..Mrs. Thomas, Brynmawr..William Crump, U s J. Sanders, Abergavenny..James Maskell, Bi-ecoii.. Jor.. Owen, Hay.. H. Newman, Gloucester.. Thomas Giller, Cheltenham Thomas Yarnold, Chespstow. Editors of the Times and Journal, Hereford. Jones, Merthyr Samuel Davis and Co., Aberdare. Thomas Lewis, Cowbridge.. Francis' M'Keirnin, Llanelly, Thomas Jones, Carmarthen.. Richard Chase, Carmarthen., G. Franklyn, Laugharne. Messrs. Griffith and Nicholas, Narbeth Charles Clark, Tenhy..J. Ormand, Pembroke..Abel Hicks, Haverfordwest.. N. Owen, Pater..C. Thomas, Cardigan.. H. Humphries, AI)ei-yst,vitli James Evans, Lampeter. John Williams, Landilo.. William Christopher, Crickhowell ..Powell and Prin, Builth.. Messrs. Jull and Co., Chel- tenham. Cr U A W O ON SALE, as imported, in any quantity, direct from the Bonded Stores, either in London or Liverpool. ALSO, NITRATE OF SODA. Apply to H. ROUNTIIWAITE and Co., Merchants. G Cable-Street, Liverpool. Le R- #7 S, OF Y Et/- ■. <&cata'g ([) !.t:}J ANY SHOP-KEEPERS of apparent respectability, XVX but destitute alike of honour and of taleut, lor the sake of gaining a Irille more profit, liasely attempted li> impose tlreir pernicious crnnpoiJTidi'npon the puhlic, as the real'- M \CASSAK OIL for the II air, a ud K A L Y DO It "for the Complexion they copy the bills and labels of the original articles, substituting either a FICTITIOUS NANIF., or the word GENUINE," in the place of 11 ROWLAND'S. 1'" frustrate such Imposition, it is necessary on purchasing either article, to see that the word" ROWL AN D'S is on the wrapper, as follows—without which None are Genuine. Rowland's Macassar Oil. The only article that produces and restores [lair; preventq i from falling off or tiltniziu, grt,y to the 1 a•«st period of life a changes grey Hair to its original cot.oun—frees it from scurf, and makes it beautifully SOFT, CURLHY, and C LOSSY. In dressing HAlit. it keeps it firm in the curl, uninjured by damp weather. crowded rooms, the dance, or in the exercise of riding. lo Children, it is invaluable, as it lavs a foundation for a BHACTIHUL HliAD OF HUH. ON PURCHASING (BKWAUE OF COUNTER FRITS !) ask for "ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL j" and see that those words are on the wrapper. *<* To ensnre the genuine article, SPP. that the words ROIL- limd's Macassar Oil" are engraved on the hack of the envelope nearly 1,500 times, containing 29,028 letters—WITHOUT THIS NONE ARE GENUINE. Price 3s. 6d., 7s. Family Botiles (equal to four small), 10s. 6d and double that size, 21s. per bottle. ROWLAND'S KALYDOR. Its vritiies are commonly di^plajedin thoroughly eradicating all pimples. Sjiotx, redness, tan, freckles, and other unsightly cutaneous defects, in heabni, sun burn stings of insects, and in rendering tne most tough and uneven skin pleasantly suft and smooth. 1 o the complexion it imparts a juvenile roseate huo, and to the neck, hand, and arm, a delicacy and fairness .uirivailed GENTLEMEN will find it peculiarly grateful af-er shaving in allayinjr irritation of tho skin. Price 4s. 6d. and 8s. 6d. per Ilottle, duty included. Rowland's Odonto; or, Pearl Dentifrice. A WHIIE POWDLR of ORIHNTA] HERBS of the most DE LIGHTFUL FRAGRANCE. It eradicates TARTAR and decayed Spots from the TEETH. preserves the ENAMEL, and fixes the TEETH firmly III their sockets, rendering them DELICATELY Wil [Tr. being an Anti-Scorbutic, it eradicates the Scuivey from the GUMS, STRENGTHENS. BRACI-* s. and rendels thcro of a healthy RED, and imparts a DELIGHTFUL FRAGRANCE to the Breath. l'rice 2s. 9d. per box. duty included. No,rieF.-A ROWLAND and SON, 20, HATTON GARDEN, LONDON, is engraved on the Government Stamij, which is pasted on the KAI.YDOR" and "ODONTO;" abo printed, in RED, on the Wrapper in which the MACASSAR OIL and KALYDOR arc enclosed. Be sure to ask for ROWLAND'S Articles." Sold by every respectable CHEMIST and PERFUMER. .1ftr .w2,¡¡. ¡âP'<!1 IFÁ. ''f THE manifold advantages to the Heads of Families from the possession of a Medicine of known efficacy, that may be resorted to with confidence, and used with success in cases of temporary sickness, occurring in families more or less every day. are so obvious to all, that no question can be raised of its importance to every householder in the kingdom. From among numerous testimohials, the following is respectfully suhmillad:- K 3 TO Mit. THOMAS PROUT. 229, s RRAN D, LONDON. 5, Cooper-street, Manchester. March 12, 1842. SIR,—I have much satisfaction in communicating to yrii the result of my experience after repeated trials of Frampton's Pili of Health, and I feel it but justice to state, that in the course of many years' trial of various Aperient Medicines, I have never found results at once salutary and efficient in the relief of the system from redundant I)ile. &c., &c., with so little incon- venience I am, therefore warranted in declaring that they supply to me a means long wanting, of being able to recom- mend to Families, Schools, and espc-c ally Mercantile Men whether at the desk or on the road, a most valuable resource in an occasional medicine. And I shall take credit to myself if. in gtving this testimony, I am the means of making Frampton's Pills more generally known and appreciated. I am, Sir, respectfully yours, „ WILLIAM SMITH." The unprecedented sale of these P.lls, arising from the earnest recommendations of the many thousands who have d-rived benefit from their use. render any lengthened comment unneces sary they are not put forth as a cure for all diseases to which mankind is liable, but for Bilious and Liver Complaints, with their many well known attendants, Bilious and Sick Head-ache, Pain and Oppression after meals, Giddiness TWmo. Si™;™ Noise m Head and hars, Drowsiness, Heartburn, Loss petite, Wind, Spasms, &c. r Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of their salutaVy effects. The stomach will speedily regain ils strength a healthy of the L.ver, Bowels, and Kidneys, will rapidly take place; and instead of usilessncss, heat, pains, and jauadiced appearance, strength, activity, and renewed health, extending to good old age, will be the result of taking this medicine, accord- ing to the directions accompanying each box Sold by T. Prout, 229. Strand, London. Price Is. lid. and 2s 9d. per box; and by his appointment by Mr. T. Stephens, druggist. Merthyr rydvil; Mr. Perkins, Cardiff; Mr. F.rror, iVofimouth Mr. Williams, Brecon; Mr. Williams, Newport and all respectable Med.cine Venders throughout the United Kingdom, Ask for FRAMPTON'S PUj, 0F HEALTH, ano observe the name and address of » Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, Loudon," on the Government Siainp,  Sales by Mr. George Robins. IN LEICESTERSHIRE. The Langley Priory Estate, surrounded by a Park of ,rre., beauty, and nearly Eighteen Hundred Acres of t.a.tfd of a superior quality, and a rental of about £3,500 a-year, capable of improvement, with sportin over 3,000 Acres of Land, abounding in Game. MR. GEORGE ROBINS has great satisfaction in com- municating to the moneyed world that he is instructed by the Trustees, and with consent of the mortgagee, to offer for unrestricted SALE BY AUCTION, at the MART, in LONDON, on THURSDAY, the 20th of JULY, at Twelve o'clock, in One Lot, ONE OF THE IMPORTANT FEATURES IN LEICESTERSHIRE, THE FAMED LANGLEY PRIORY, claims a degree of consequence arising out of HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, that entitles it to especial consideration. It is indeed one of THE MOST FAVOURED PROPERTIES IN THE COUNTY. The Priory, which may be traced to a very early period of our history, was even then described as being « A BEAUTIFUL SEQUESTERED LORDSHIP." It is a building of the old school and in that spirit of can- dour which Mr. Robins invariably desires should be a cha- racteristic in his continued appeals to the public, he would say, that an outlay of 11,000 or £ 2,000, directed by good taste, would give to it a more commanding appearance with- out, and materially aid within, the convenience and tact that must be inseparable from an Abbey of so much renown. With these apparent facts fresh in his mind, still he will A round, unvarnished tale, deliver," without drawing in the slightest degree on Fancy's sketch to adorn or colour his landscape. It has been already ob- served that it is in the centre of a FINELY WOODED PARK, in which the Monarch of the Forest is most conspicuous, and Where oaks their tow'ring branches spread And form a broader, browner shade." A terrace wall of some extent gives great facility to the per* petual views that are seen in never-ending varietiy. THE ORNAMENTAL WATERS are extensive, and of serpentine form. They are seen in the foreground, adorned by several islands, and the boats thereon. The grounds in communication, and only separated by the: waters, present a hilly, woodland scene, of great beauty. Here wild luxuriance owns the hand of art, And mutually a heighten'd charm impart; There furrows lengthen, verdant pastures glow, And dark woods wave, and stealing water flow. The pleasure-grounds are in good order, although a single gardener, with a little occasional aid, has kept them, as. well as the "Prtllific kitchen-garden, in their present position. There are lots of American plants and flowering shrubs to vary the picture. It should have been observed, that within the Abhev there is A TAPESTRY-ROOM AND SOME ANCIENT STAINED GLASS, of very great antiquity. The floors are generally of oak, with a corresponding staircase, and the accommodation within is sufficient (when modernised) to domesticate in great comfort a family of considerable rank and pretensions. The out-offices are abundant. Indeed there is no lack of anything that should seem indispensable. In the Gardens there are THREE HOT AND SUCCESSION HOUSES, admirably supplied with grapes, and a Pinery. • IN THE PLANTATION AND WILDERNESS is a retail from the summer heat, amid the melody unite: nightinga'ie and the warbling of the feathered tribe, with a rookery at hand to vary the concert. The next important feature will be to enlist the attention of the reader to the Freehold Demesne it embraces A VARIETY OF FARMS, EXTENDED TO EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF CHOICE LAND lying exceedingly well together. A great portion, be it remembered (and a good agriculturist will know well how to appreciate its importance), IS EXTRA-PAROCHIAL, AND EXONERATED FROM TITHE, two points that are rarely centered in one property. The present rental (being let for a temporary purpose, and only from year to year) is necessarily very much below its in- trinsic worth-it is about £3,400 a year, but it is appre- hended when properly let on lease, and the Priory estimated at a commensurate rent, it may be accounted an estate of FOUR THOUSAND POUNDS A YEAR. A gentleman inclined to the healthy amusement connected with field sports, will find it to his heart's content at the Priory. The Estates of THE MARQUIS OF HASTINGS AND THE EARL OF STAMFORD immediately adjoin, and each of these Noblemen preserve their game with strictness. THE VILLAGE OF DISEWORTH is in the centre of, and forms a portion of, the Priory Estate. The rirlit of shooting EXTENDS OVER 3,000 ACRES, and those who delight in HUNTING will not he disap- pointed in their enjoyment. There It, also, very fine fishing, and it may not be out of place to remind those who desire to economise, that Coals are in the vicinity at a cost of 6s. 8d. a ton only, and provisions of every sort obtained reasonably. The situation of this property cannot well be too highly com- mended. Derby is only a short ride of one hour and Lon- don within reach, in six short hours, with Nottingham, Leicester, and Longhborough, within a pleasant morning lounge. Particulars may be had, twenty-one days prior to the sale, of Messrs. Berridge and Maccauley, solicitors, Leicester Mr. John Bromley, land agent, Derby John Barber, Esq., solicitor, Derby; Messrs. H. and C. Hall, solicitors, New Boswell-court; and at Mr. George Robins's Offices, London. The LANGOED CASTLE, on the Borders of Here- fordshire, a Splendid Domain, altogether 6,000 Acres, with Two Advowsons, Manors extending over 20,000 Acres, and the Representation of the County in Perspective. The Church Patronage to be a distinct Lot. MR. GEORGE ROBINS is authorised to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Mart, London, on Tues- day, July 11 'h, at Twelve, in Two Lots, by direction of the Trustees for Sale of the late Mrs. Macnamara, A MOST IMPORTANT FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate near to the town of Hav, on the FERTILE BORDERS OF HEREFORDSHIRE, IT IS A PRINCELY DOMAIN, AND ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL PROPERTIES IN THE MARKET. A man of pretensions WHO WOULD REPRESENT THE COTTNTY, Will find this Estate A MOST INFLUENTIAL AUXILIARY, And as a Sporting Estate it really approaches all the claims of the far-famed Didlington. The Castle is large and ancient; a small outlay will improve it, and render it adapted to a man of fortune. Indeed, the situation is altogether so irresistible, that the expense will be accounted as of no importance. The views are perfectly beautiful-it is a sylvan panorama. Where teeming vales in blooming contrast live," Enrich'd with all that Nature's hand can give." The hills, which ascend in gentle acclivity from the river, are clothed in full-grown timber. It is seated ON THE BANKS OF THE WYE, In a valley so beauteous as not to be excelled throughout England-with majestic oaks, in endless numbers, varied by a Rocky Landscape, and its Cascades and Waterfalls there are walks extending two miles, adorned throughout by Wood- land Scenery. THE ESTATE EXTENDS OVER SIX THOUSAND ACRES, of which there is near THREE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAWN AND RICH WATER MEADOWS. THE MANORS EXTEND TO TWENTY THOUSAND ACRES. Independently of the domain, and unconnected with the j estate, whicb is also well supplied with game throughout. I he grouse and pheasant shooting is unparalleled, and the salmon fishing admirable, and there is a SHOOTING BOX IN THE CENTRE OF THE PROPERTY. There are several small farms, and the home demesne con- nected with Langoed Castle may be estimated at 1,200 acres. I he estate, being chiefly grass, is free from the fluctuation of corn, and the present rental exceeds FOUR THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED POUNDS A-YEAR. There are TWO ADVOWSONS, which will form a distinct Lot, within three miles of each other, giving additional value and consequence to the Lvtate i indeed it is decstJediy une of the gems a capitalist will do well to possess, the mor elJpecialIy as the funds are in a very un- bea thy state, and land progressively improving. The Duke of Beaufort's nioors adjoin Langoed. Mr. Robins strongly recommends this little Principality to his Friends and the Public, as an Investment without alloy. Particulars, twenty-one days prior to the aat,,s, of Messrs. Clayton and Cookson, Lincoln's Inn at the Auction Mart and at Mr. George Robins's Offices, London. In Wisconsin Territory, Grant County, United States of North America, 20,000 Acres of Rich Arable and Finely-Timbered Lands Abounding in Valuable Min- erals. MR. GEORGE ROBINS has the gratification to an- nounce that he has received instructions to offer to PUBLIC CO MPJSITTIO V, at the Auction Mart, on THURSDAY' the 6th of July, at Twelve o'clock, AN EXTENSIVE TERRITORY IN THE WISCONSIN COUNTRY. in one of the most fertile of the highly favoured States of North America it is advantageously situate on the East Bank of THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPI. with a LORDLY DOMAIN OF 20.000 ACRES OF LAND embosomed in a bold country, presenting rich undulating prairie intersected atititervalsbyifnely-tifnl)eled uplands and imineio i< streams and rivulets, all wll stocked with fisti, and affoi great facilities for the erection and working of VIills "n.1 fn c > i veyiug every description of produce to the maiu River. The fountain's fall, the river's flow, The woody valleys long and low." Stich portions of this beautiful country as are not yet thickly settled abound in wild turkeys, wood-pheasants, grouse or prairie fowl. and deer. But the loading feature which gives the preponderat- ing interest to this district, lies hid, like many other beauties and advantages of the creation— Many a gem af purest ray serene"- beneath the natural soil. IT ABOUNDS IN MINERAL WEALTH. the greater portion of the Property being underlaid by strata of lead, and in some instances of copper, which in many places is found so near the surface in such immense quantities, that the settlers raise it by the simplest and most primitive process. Some idea may be concpived of the value of this mineral pro- duction by st-iting that the per centage or lordship accruing to th,. present proprietor, during the space of Six Mouths, from one mine or digging. AMOUNTED TO 14,78711)1. OF LEAD, and this be it remembered is only a foretaste of the good things that are yet to be gained by a spirited and speculative capitalist; when such a REMUNERATING MINE OF WEALTH can be obtained from below the surface, how g'eat and vast must he the souice of profit derivable fr,m a soil so productive in a climate as genial aud beautiful as that of Saxony. A lovely spot, salubrious mild." Having faintly, and in brief, endeavoured to point out a few of the leading &'very apparent advantages attached to this extensive property, Mr. Robins would observe that it must amply repay the exertions of any one who has the time to bestow upon it necesary for the development of its best capabilities. For Heaven Unsought by pairs, hath nought to mortals given." The immediate vicinity of this extensive tract of selected land to the River Mississippi renders both its soil and mineral produce easily marketable, and the time is not far distant, when ITS VALUE WILL BE ALMOST PAST CONJECTURE, and so convinced is the present Proprietor of this indisputable fact, that were he not prevented by official occupation in England from bestowing his personal superinteudance on the Property, no consideration, however great, would iuduce him to put with i t, Tis his occasion, not Uls will consents." In conclusion, the writer of this annoucetncnt would request serious attention to the peculiar circumstances by which it is distinguished from mo.t of the Tr<iusatlautic Laud Investments that have been offered IN THE ENGLISH MARKET. The Proprietor made a personal survey of the neighbourhood, and fully satisfied himself of its ferti ity, saluhrity. and local advantages, and also employed an eminent Land Surveyor to select the most fruitful and favourable sections in the country. This Gentleman's oiiginal Report, with descriptive field-notes, together with a Sketch Map of the Estate, are open to the in- spection of any Pivrty desirous of purchasing. The last impor- tant fact worthy of notice is, that every acre has been bought direct from THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, so that there can be no question of defective title, or opposing claim The original Government Certificates or title-deeds arc- in the lninds of Messrs. Maitland, Connie, and Co., in New York, the corresponding film with THE HOUSE OF SIR J. R. REID. IRVING, AND CO., who can be referred to on this head for satisfactory information Particulars, with a plan of the estate, are now ready and may he had of Messrs Walford, Solicitors, Boltr.n-street, Piccadilly at the Auction Mart; and at Mr. George Robin's offices, Covent- garden. The Woodchester Park Estate in Gloucestershire, in fi- nitely exceeding in value, in importance, and in influence, any other in the Market. The rental and value approaches £5,300 a Year. MR. GLORGE ROBI>S has the satisfaction to make known, that he has been favoured by the instruc- tions of THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF DUCIR to sell by PUBLIC COMPETITION, at the AUCTION MART in London, on THURSDAY, the 29th of June, ?t Twelve in One Lot, THE WOODCHESIEU ESTATE. It has acquired a renown that will relieve the Individual who has the conduct of this Sale, from entering Into a very lengl helled detail in fact, he may be permit: ed.. from this circumstance, to condense the infinite variety of never-tailing beauties and advan- tages, which are everywhere contending for the rivalry. into a more limited space; premising, ere he encounters this Herculean task, that the Public must be content nith an imperfect although it shall be a faithful narrative of Woodchester. A'^ougn THIS MAGNIFICENT PHOPERTY AND ITS PRINCELY DEMESNE E are situate in the rich vale of Gloucester, approaching to Stroud. The MANSION is HAPPILY PLACED in the CENfRE of A PARK, LUXURIANT BEYOND DESCRIPTION NOT YIELDING IN ITS NATURAL BEAUTY TO ANYTHING CONTEMPORANEOUS THROUGHOUT ENGLAND. The Estate includes nearly Fociii THOUSAND ACRES OF EXCELLENT LAND divided into Superior Farms, FOUR MILES IN LENGTH AND FIVE IN BREADTH, Here verdant pastures wide, extended lie And yield the grazing herd exuberant supply • Luxuriant waving in the wanton air, Here golden grain rewards the peasant's care with Farm-houses of a superior character, and a tenantry that is perfectly unexceptionable. Probably one remark in corroboration of the last sentence will be satisfactory. The arrears on the Lady-day rents are not quite £100. The rental and value approaches FIVE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED POUNDS A YEAR. The next point for attentiou is WOODCHESTER MANSION, an abode which originally cost about ONE HUNDiiED THOUSAND POUNDS. It is planned to accommodate the first Nobleman in the land. seventy guests have found repose and comfort here on one night. Windows of Painted Glass, give to it a dim, religious li«ht in fact, everything' is in perfect keeping within. ° As taste 'will sometimes differ, Mr. Robins would observe, that the outward form is not incapable of improvement; and in the sDirit of candour that influences all his announcements, he wnnia *aa that a Thousand Pounds would benefit the exterior bTtivin^ t it a more imposing appearance, and which cannot be denied to an abode that is seated in u,eo lo A PARK. WHICH FOR ITS VARIETY AND BFAITTV IC NOT TO BE SURPASSED THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE wherein the WOODLAND SCENERY AND ORNAMENTAL WATKRS are ever and anon contending for the supremacy •' Here swell the vales, the woods and prosnecti riw The Offices, within and without, are quite commen Jr!»« There is standing for Eight Carriages, Eiahteen Stalls besides loose boxes and this is independent of ° THE HUNTING ESTABLISHMENT which is perfect. THE CHURCH PREFERMFNJT INCLUDES TWO VALUABLE ADVOWSONS, S, with Woodchester and Frocester, £ 6.000 a year, and Two superior Parsonage Houses. Connected with it is the ENTIlfK VILLAGE OF NYMPHF[ELI), WHEREIN ARE SIX! Y blA HOUSLS, AND IHE DllPll? Aifivm WITH ^TV0BASOLI!Y'„E2S,B EXTBNDING OVER rWELVfc HUNDRED HONEST YEOMEN. The Kitchen Gardens occupy a space of Six acres, inclosed by walls 12 feet in height, clothed with higilly-liavoured fruit, and ornamented by • v ANrD SESSION HOUSES, in which is included two for Peaches and ei<*ht Vineries. Every thing is so beautiful that Covent-garden Market would be accounted a work of supererogation. THE SPLENDID GROUNDS AND MAGNIFICENT SCENERY will next occupy a place in this moderated statement, and the writer feelt that, having in his own person enjoyed the unspeak. able delight to witness this Fairy scene For tias piodsst Iduses made," and encountering in constant succession the never-ending breaks and peeps through the woods, he might 2LItuost be excused if he imbued the landscape with too much colour; but even this excusable fault he will avoid. To begin-the Grounds are laid out in that perfect taste which knows how to wed nature to art, without sacrificing her simplicity to the alliance, and occupied a space extending over a century, before they arrived at perfection. There are MILES OF ROMANTIC WALKS AND DRIVES WITHIN THIS INCOMPARABLE SPOT, and the cleverness by which the mountain tops are approached. by the walks stealing gently and gradually through this beauteous scene, the fearful acclivity is overcome. It must be seen to be well appreciated and when the task is accomplished the views which present themselves are a reward greatly exceeding the fatigue by which it has been accomplished, and at the summit it « ould almost appear that the clouds were in connection with this fruitful demesne. Art is out of place here, quite an alien to that which nature has vouchsafed. TO SHE AND TO FEEL THIS IN ALL ITS FORCE, THE SPECTATOR MUST BE ALONE WITH NATURE. Embosomed in tnese splendid Woods is seen THE ANCIENT CASTLE ERECTED AT THE SUGGESTION OF GEORGE II. The Vale of Gloucester has long been famed for its varied beauties—Malveru, Dursley. and Kilev, with its romantic encampment, are in the distance. THE RIVER SEVERN IN ITS IKRE(JULAR COURSE PASSING THROUGH THE VALLEY. forming a conspicuous feature, progressing in silent stiliness, except where Bubbling runnels join the sound, or where the wind makes Music in the sighing of the reeds," varying and improving the Landscape until it will be felt to beggar all description. THE TERRACE WALKS, OF GREAT EXTEST and importance, are well imagined to improve the various Claude-like pictures which nature in its bounty has vouchsafed to Woodchester. A Temple adorns a different spot, which over- looks the K ITALIAN GARDENS AND FOUNTAINS PLAYING with the ornamental water in the foreground it would really bring to miud what may be likened to Elysium. but Mr. Robins feels he is exceeding the limit he has prescribed to himself, and will, therefore, take a very summary view of the rest. The Rental is. at the express desire of the Noble Earl, 20 per cent. less than its neighbours. The Park is full of deer. THE MANORS AND MANORIAL RIGHTS give a consequence that will not be overlooked, besides the greater advantage of being always well supplied with game. The fishing y is also excellent, and the hunting and field sports of first-rate order; in fact, the great difficulty would arise in pointing out an advantage that is not conspicuous here, and, be it re- membered it is WITHIN THREE HOURS AND A HALF'S RIDE OF LONDON, a short hour of Cheltenham, and a railway is in progress that will almost skirt the village. In conclusion, it may be safely affirmd, that if hospitality be one of the characteristics of Woodchester, THE REPRESENTATION OF THE COUNTY, will FOLLOW, AS A MATTER OF COURSE, with THE LORD LIEUTENANCY TO FOLLOW. One word more at parting respecting the Corn Bill. It is now pretty well understood, that the ADMIRABLE AND ST\T KS MAN LI KB MANNER by which SIR ROBERT PEEL, BART., has settled and put to rest for ever the INTRICATE QUESTION OF THE CORN BILL, will incline all those who were sceptical before to agree with Mr. Robins, that terra firms (now fixed upon an immovable rock by the perspicacity of the Minister) is infinitely preferable to Three per Cents. at 97 and Mr. Robins desirous to invite all such. Capitalists arc in roarch of the btsfcl iuvctimtnt CILLAU." lo give him personally the opportunity to explain more minutely the varied qualifications exclusively claimed as appurtenances to Woodchester. Particulars in due time, at the best Inns at Stroud, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bath, and Liverpool of Mr. Morton. Chester Hill, near Stroud; of Messrs. Tennant and Harrison, Solicitor, Gray's Inn at the Auction Mart; and at Mr. George Robins's Office. London. LIVERPOOL DOCKS. TO IRONFOUNDERS AND IRONMASTERS. THE DOCK COMMITTEE wish to CONTRACT for the supply of a large quantity of IRON CASTINGS, consisting of Beams, Columns, and other Articles for Ware- houses. The Specifications and Drawings may be seen at the Dock Surveyor's Office, south side of Coburg Dock, from the 12th to the 27th instant, between the hours of nine in the morning and six in the evening. Sealed Tenders to be addressed to the CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE OF DOCK WORKS," endorsed Tender for Iron Castings," and to be left at the Dock Secretary's Office, Revenue-buildings, on or before Friday, the 3Uth instant. By order, Dock Office, Liverpool, DANIEL MASON, Sec. 3d June, 1843. Just Published the 12th Edition, Price 2s. 6d., inclosed in a Sealed envelope, and sent Free to any part of the United Kingdom on receipt of a Post-office Order for 3s 6d. 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