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TII K CARDIFF AND BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS PRINCE OF WALES MATTHEW JONES, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE HENRY JEFFERY Commander, g?B:7tBC'rvK ARE INTENnEI) TO SAIL II\\ During the Month of JULY, AS FOLLOWS:- (Froip the But.. Ship Dock* J FROM CARDIFF. 1.. Saturday Lady Charlotte i fmorning 3.. Monday Prince of Wales 7 morning 2 4..Tuesday .Lady Charlotte. Sj morning 5..Wednesday..Prince of Wales 9 morning fi.. Thursday. Lady Charlotte IO morning 7.. Friday Prince of Wales 11-11 morning. 8..Saturday Lady Charlotte 1 afternoon 10.. Monday Prince of Wales 3 afternoon 11. Tuesday Lady Charlotte 4 afternoon 12..Wednesday..Prince of Wales 4 afternoon 13..Thursday Lady Charlotte 5 morning 14..Friday Prince of Wales 5 afternoon 2 15..Saturday .Lady Charlotte r, morning 17 Monday Prince of Wales 7morning 18.. Tuesday .Lady Charlotte 7 morning 10..Wednesday..Prince of Wales 8 ± morning 20.. Thursday Lady Charlotte 85 morning 21..Friday Prince of Wales 9 morning 22..Saturday Lady Charlotte 11| morning 2-1.. Monday Prince of Wales I afternoon 2.5.. Tuesday Lady Charlotte 2 afternoon 26..Wednesday.. Prince of Wales 3 afternoon 27 .Thursday Lady Charlotte 4 afternoon FROM BRISTOL. I..S.iturday Prince of Wales 7 morning 3..Monday Lady Charlotte 9 morning 4.. Tuesday Prince of Wales U} morning 5.. Wednesday. Lady Charlotte 10 morning 6..Thursday Prince of Wales 11 morning 7.. Fridav Lady Charlotte 1 afternoon 8..Saturday Prince of Wales If afternoon 10 .Monday Lady Charlotte 3j afternoon ll!.Tuesday Prince of Wales 4 £ morning 12.. Wednesday.. Lady Charlotte 6 morning 13.. Thursday Prince of Wales 0 morning 14.. Friday Lady Charlotte. 7 morning 15.. Saturday. Prince of Wales 7 morning 17 Monday Lady Charlotte 8 morning 18..Tuesday Prince of Wales 9 morning 19..Wednesday.. Lady Charlotte. 9 morning 20..Thursday Pi-inceof Wales 10 morning 21..Friday.. Lady Charlotte. 10 morning 22..Saturday. Prince of Wales 12 noon 24..Monday Lady Charlotte 2t afternoon 25 Tuesday Prince of Wales 3 ± afternoon 2(5..Wednesday..Lady Charlotte. 4 afternoon 27..Thursday ..Prince of Wales 4 afternoon C irriages and Horses must be along side an hour and a hal- previous to the time of Sailing, otherwise they cannot be Shipped n consequence of Locking through the New Docks. F A It FS fter Cabin, 6s.- Fore Cabin, 3s. 6d. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.—Dogs, Is. cacti., A Female Steward attends on Hoard both Packets. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four Wheel Carriage, 21. ditto Pheaton or Gig. 10s. 6d Two Wheel, drawn iiv One Horse and Driver. Its; Horse and Rider, After Cabin," 10s. Horse and Ridcr, l'ore Cabin, 8s. (id. Sheep, Pigs, and Calves, Is. 6d. each. Carriages, Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will be subject to ',Sj5E5uuHft<jWWWftiges, at Bute Docks." "11. Not accountable for any (JOO.IS without Shipping Notes. F: Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the IP[tl NCI,, OF WALKS, to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Itobert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Lock; and for the LADY CHAIILorris, to Clare Street Ilall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Neivbridtje, Aberdare, Cow bridge, Bridgend, Llan- tritient, and Caerphilly- — Goods forwarded to these Places in Sjir'mr Waggons and Lock up Canal Boats immediately 011 frrival, unless ordered by any parlicnlar,ollveyance. in which case they will he deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Packages. Parcels, &c.. forwanled to all parts of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to other of their Steam I'aeket Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further informalion as to Freihl, will be readily obtained by Applying to the Agents, Mr. Woodman. Agent, at the Packet Office on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. G. C. Glasson, Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the PRINCE OK WALKS, I'aekrt'- and of Air Donovan, at the Packet Office, ontln Wharf, Cardiff or to Mr. W. B. Owen, '29, Avon Crescent, Hotwells, Bristolfor the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. NOTICE.—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 i'arceU (if lost or damaged by Fire.. Leakage or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the v*lue of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in proportion paid for the same, at the time of booking Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before Six o clock in the evening of the day of landing, will bo warehoused at the risk and expense of the consignees. All goods to be considered as liens, not 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 easnrement, claims for loss or damaoe, Sec., cannot be allowed unless a written notice of the same be sent to the Office Oil the day of delivery. LONDON MARKETS. GENERAL AVRRAG 15 PRICKS OF CO N, per Quarter computed from the Inspectors' Returns. GEN KRAI. AVERAGE. s. d. s. d. Wheat 47 9 Rye 29 10 Bailey 27 6 Beans 27 7 Oiits 17 U Peas 2D 2 DUTY ON FOREIGN CORN. s. d. s. d. Wheat 20 0 Rye 11 6' B uley 9 0 Beans II (j O.its 8 0 Peas II 1 CORN EXCHANGlt-lIfund((!J' IIK AT.. Esse* .red 44s — 50s White. 52 s — 57s Chittum. 58s — (v2s Kent .do 405 — 48s Ditto 4Hs — 55s Suffolk do 42s — 50s Ditto 43, 5ls Norfolk, York, and Lincoln —s — -s Ditto 44s — 50s Northumber- land,&c..«.» —s — —s RY F, log 32. » l It LEY. (■rinding 25s — '27s Chevalier 31 s — 33s Mailing 29s — 31s Irish 22s — 28s Scotch 25s — '27s Distillers'27s — 29s O \TS .York and Lin- colnslire, feed 17s — 215 Small 17s — 22s Ditto.. Poland I si 21s Potato. 19" 2:35 NcrtUuiberld. and Scotch, feed 18s — 2ls Mealing 19s — 24< Ditto.. Poland IBs 22s Potato 19s — 23s Devnshire, &c., black lbs — 2f)s White 15s —'20s We(»h ditto.. 15s Il)., Ditto. Its — 19s f rish fj, white J55 — 18s Black. 17s — 19s I r.sli Potato.. 18s — 20s Limerick,&c,, 17s — 20s Histilliug.. 205. 22s llF-ANS ..Ticks, new.. 27s — 29s 263 2Bs Old 28s — 31s Old .285- 3d, Harrow, new 2f).i-21, Small, new 33s — 35s ) Old. 31s 3405 Old 37s — 39s I'KAS Grey 28s — 30s Blue. 35s 50" Maple 30 s — 32s Suffolk. 34s 3(is Ditto, Scotch -s -s White 30s — 32s SMITTIFIELU M A RKE PS —Monday. Statement and Comparison of the Supplies and Prices of Fat Stock, Exhibited and Sold in Smithtield Cattle Market, on Monday, June 27, 1842, and Monday, June 26, 1843. June 27,1842. June 26,1843. s. d. s. d. s. d. s (i ^oarse and inferior Beasts.• 3 4 to 3 6.2 10 3 () ^'cond quality ditto 3 8 3 10.8 2 3 4 ''rime large Oxen 4 0 4 4.3 6 3 If I'ritne S<^ots, &c. 46 4 8.4 0 44 Coarse and inferior Sheep 3 4 3 6.3 0 3 2 Second quality ditto 3 S 3 10.3 4 3 6 ''rime coarse woolled ditto 3 10 4 0.3 8 3 10 I'rime Southdown ditto 4 2 4 6.4 0 4 2 Lambs 5 0 6 0.4 0 5 0 J^ar^e coarse Calves 3 8 4 0.3 2 3 1() **rime small ditto 4 2 4 fi.4 0 4 6 I'arge Hogs 4 0 4 6 2 8 3 2 Neat small Porkers 4 8 5 0 3 4 3 10 SUPPLIES. Beasts 2,313 2.525 Shpep and Lambs 28,930 32.730 Calves. 202 IE5 Pigs 319 357 NOTICES, &c. Important to the Inhabitants-of Cardiff. Imperial Pekin Black Tea, At Gs. per lb. HONG BLACK TEA at 5s. 6d- Per lb., and the Imperial Green Tea at 7S. per ib., In Scaled Packages of lbs., half-lbs., and quarter-lbs. IMPORTED SOLE L V llY "Wood, Tfalsh, & Co., Canton Merchants, London. The Sole Agency for tirsse exquisite Teas. for Cardiff; IS PLACED IN THE HANDS OF Mr. IIenry 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 price, are disposed of to Princes and Rich People only, and hence, 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. 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. ESTABLISHED SIXTY YEARS. J. SCHWEPPE & Co.'s SODA WATEE, & LEMONADE, Principal Manufactory, BERNER'S STREET, LONDON, Branch Manufactories, LONDON ROAD, LIVERPOOL; FKIAK GATE, DERBY, ¡ And for the supply o j the Counties of Somerset, Wilts, North Devon, Gloucester, and the Principality of Wales, at 20, BRIDGE-STREET, BRISTOL. THE constantly increasing demand for the above "Waters, _JL have, as might naturally be expected, produced a num- her of Rivals and Competitors, some of whom, both in the Metropolis and in the provinces, attempt an ephemeral il celebrity, by surreptitiously assuming the name of the above 1* irm, both on their bottles and labels. The Public are, therefore, respectfully cautioned to ascertain that NO OTHEM names than those of J. SCHWEPP ii & Co., are on the ""ok alone are Genuine. Ti, well-known Waters are constantly used by Her Majesty and His Royal Highness Prince Albert, at Windsor and Buckingham Palaces, (by virtue of a Special Royal appointment) as well as by the principal Nobility and Gentry of the United Kingdom, and universally recommended by the leading faculty. J. S. & Co. manufactures also aerated Potass and Magnesia Waters, as well as a LIQUID MAGNESIA, in Bottles at Is., 2s., and 4s. Gd. each. This latter preparation is highly approved of as an agreeable corrective of Acidity. J. S. & Co. are the largest Importers of German Seltzer Water in Quarts and Pints. Edinburgh Life Assurance Company ESTABLISHED 1823. Constituted by Act of Parliament. CAPITAL—HALF A MILLION STKRLING. Edinburgh 2-i, George-street, and 11, King William-street, City, London. President—The Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melville. Vice-President—Alex. Pringle, Esq., of Whytbank, M.P. LONDON BOA 111). The Right Hon. Lord Reay I William A. Eade, Esq. The Hon. Robert Dundas John Richardson, Esq. John Abel Smith, Esq., M.P. James Bonar, Esq. George Mackingtosb, Esq. Evan Baillie, Esq. I'rancis Whitmarsh, Esq.Q.C. Hugh Johnston, Esq. Henry Barkly, Esq Arthur J. Blackwood, Esq. Henry Barkly, Esq Arthur J. Blackwood, Esq. Charles Staniforth, Esq., Resident Director. Thomas Marshall, Secretary. Medical 0 Meer- Ito bei-t Dickson, M.D., 5, Curzon-street, May Fair. Bankers—Messrs. Smith, Payne, and Smiths. Solicitor DaN-id Rowland, Esq., C oruhill. THIS Company combines, in the most, beneficial way for the Assured, all the advantages of the different systems on which Life Offices have generally been formed, with perfect security to the assured, freedom from all liability, and a right of participating in the whole profits of the Company to the extent of four-fifths. Assurances effected on equal, or ascending or descending scales, or in any other way that the interests of parties may require, at very moderate rates. A Bonus was declared in 13-12, averaging (on policies which have existed from the commencement of the Company) upwards of 50 per cent, on the premiums received thereon during the preceding seven years. A Novelty in Polities! On SATGRDA Y, the 17th instant, will be Published, price SIXPENCE, the 1st number of a Weekly Newspaper, entitled ri, i-ir ra CERBERUS. SIBl QUEMQL'E CAYERE OPORTET." HpHE peculiar feature of THE CERBERUS" consists, JL 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, TIIE CEIIBERUS 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 W higgism, 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 Money 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- GRA YINGS will be presented (gratuitously) quarterly, to the Subscribers. The first will be her Majesty THE QUEE-N to be followed, in ralJid succession, by Sir R. PEEL, the Duke of WELLINGTON, Lord NELSON, Sir C. NAPIER, Lord BROUGHAM, &c., &c.; forming a splendid, 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, 1(54, Strand, London."—Orders r«caived by every Ncwaventler in the United Kingdom. NOTICES, &c. THE CARDIFF Advertiser and Merthyr Guardian, AND PtraTOKKg @n(ÇŒ, AT THE OLD RANJW, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF: WHILST a continuance of the patronage and support of the Friends of this Constitutional JOURNAL is respectfully solicited by the Proprietor, he begs to call attention to the facilities which his Printing Office presents for executing, with elegance and precision, Booft, Plain, nntr eruantental printing IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, WHERE ALSO MAY BE HAD AO(D(L)Trluu. mtsx&nzg, MANUFACTURED AND RULED TO A "NY PATTERN; BOOKBINDING IN MOROCCO, RUSSIA, Oil PLAIN; Stationery) of VbcVl) SStgcrnrn'on: LETTER, NOTE, FOOf.SC IP, DXMY, ME I) HTM* ROYAL SUPER ROYAL WAITING P A PERS; PENS, QUILLS, E: V EI.O PES. D1? A \V 1NG P E\ CI LS, I)KA WIN(j-1' A PER AND CAIII) BOAtil); Pocket BIBLES, in Morocco Binding, 4s. 3d. to 5s. each. Small PRAYER BOOKS, ditto, 3s. Gd. each. POCKET AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS, HAIR, CLOTHES, TOOTH, NAIL, AND SHAVING BRUSHES, WINDSOR SOAP, &c., &c. AL.L AT MODERATE CHARGES THE NEWES T AND MOST POPULAR WORKS OF THE DA Y NOVELS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, &c., PROCURED AT THE IJOHTET NOTICE- SCHOOLS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL 'TERMS. JUST PUBLISIIFD The Charges on Vessels at all the Ports, Sub-Ports, and Creeks, in Great Britain and Ireland. YO AD-vz:nzlzsmR.9. THE extensive CIRCULATION of the" CARDIFF ADVERTISER, AND MERTHYR GUARDIAN," through the Counties of GLAMORGAN, MONMOUTH, and BRECON, coupled with a well-condensed Summary of General and Local intelligence, presents a very desirable medium to ADVERTISERS for giving full publicity to their views. II E N R Y TV EBB E R, Agent to the Sun Fire and Life Assurance OfSce." r- i  PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the J_ Erection of a STATION HOUSE for the Police at MERTHYR TYDVIL, in the County of GLAMORGAN, are requested to send in Scaled Tenders, addressed to the Clerk of the Peace, Cardiff, indorsed, Tenders for Station House at Merthyr Tydvil," on or Lefore the HHh day of JULY next. } The SUPERINTENDENT of POLICE at Merthyr Tydvil will point out the Site of the proposed Building, and also produce a Plan and Specification of the Works, on and after the :JLith day of June instant. Tenders are also required, on or before the said 19;h day of July,^ for the Erection of a STATION HOUSE at rsE^ BxlIDGE, in the said County, to be indorsed, "Tender for Station-house at Newbridge." The Superintendent of Police at Newbridge will point out the Site of the proposed Building, and also produce a Plan and Specification of the works, on and after the 2Gth day ol June instant. The names and residence of two responsible parties must be returned with each Tender, as sureties for the due per- formance of the works. The Justices do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest Tender. T WOOD, Cardiff, June 22, 18^13. cicrk of the Peace. Mertliyr Tyclill Brewery, Lately carried on under the management of Mr. ROWLAND rjriHE Public is respectfully informed"that this BREWKIIY _I~ is now in LLL OPERATION, and conducted with its usual spirit and its accustomed attention to the excellent qual ity of its articles. rr e(lual to London Porter, and Old and Table Ales ot 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 totalling an inferior article in small quan- tities, and a low price, to the great injury of the respectable lavern-keepers, being totally and thoroughly disclaimed. Orders forwarded to Mr. WILLIAM MORGAN, on the Premises of the Merthyr Tydfil Bre/cery, will be immediately and carefully attended to. The OLD BREWERY HOUSE, together with its Stabhng and productne Garden, all in excellent order, TO 13E Ltiij on moderate terms A Small, Neat MALT-HOUSE, with Iron Kiln, and every convenience of Water Power; and Crushing Mills may be Let with or without, the House. Apply as above. M- Royal Exchange Assurance Cor- pomtioii, (ESTABLISHED BY HOYAL CHARTER, A. D. 1720.) FIRE INSURANCES. AJOTICE. The usual fifteen days allowed for payment of of j'X £ £ ? will expire on ft, ,LIF £ INSURANCES. A BOIS US, equal to TWO-THIRDS OF THE PROFIT of Januaij, 184., wiil be apportioned, periodically anions Policies ettected since that date for the whole Term of S an2 "° ls niade for guarantee of Capital tfenerallvtexten\'lg nnri,,peri0<,1 °Ver whlch Lif« Policie, genciallj extend, and the risks to which improvident man- agement, or inadequate reserve of f„mls> Company, may expose the assured, are nnu .M^ l i .Vthe ■erious consideration of all nmnn. + utsuwng tne hit. Insurance U in 'JortaM.' '"W"' THOMAS TOOKE, Esq r'„ W ILLIAM SAMPSON, Esq directors' rncr' Henry Bainbridge. Esq. Q; T Vir George l'earkes Barclay, Esq. (' J, ? »"'■ William Brown, lisq. J'"5; Mnmnnf, l.sq. EJ.non.l S, P Calvert, Esq. James Gibson, Esq. Alln, ni5 Iell}> ^s(l- Riversdale W Grenfell, Esq. CW^V r-ll°bai7t?' Es<l- William T. Hibbert, Esq. 1 Il°b"180n'^S(I* Lancelot Holland, -Esq. ,f.amusc!l,!Scott- Bart- SirG. G. de H. Larpent, Bart S'T'n f"' John dir. Loehner, Esq. o!" ''V i uctavius A\ lgram, Esq. AGENTS Crickhowell, Mr. G s M 4 Marten (avies- Swansea Mr. Thos. .a..uairen. Lardift Mr. Wm p. i r> „ Evans. Carmarthen, Mr. David F T C0"; "1- Mr. Thos. Jones. Cannn n M' Ahel;\f"lth> Bangor, Mr J V H v Messis- Morgan and Preece. Williams. Wrexham M*1 Pwllheli' air- Daykl Mr. Meredith Vickers*' l1' Hll»hef- Ho^vell, Newnort -p ^r',umonth, Mr. Ihomas Farror. Kin«■ ton iml Pri t ■' I^iomyard, Mr. Thomas W atkins. Josenh Birl T S C1?r'' 1'ho mas Oliver. Ledbury, Mr. SI Ler,"|Ster' Mr' Echvin Llo^tL Ilos'' Mi- ll r P c pk'i c fihp°°l, Mr. David Gwvnne. Weoblv, Mr. 1 S. Parker. Milford, Mr. Thomas Williams. ALEX, GREEN, Secretary. NOTICES, SALES, &c. BRIDGEND, GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Wyndham Arms Inn, Bridgend, On SATURDAY, the 29th day of JULY, 1843, Between the'hours of Twelve at noon, and Two o'clock in the Afternoon, unless previously disposed of by Private CONTRACT,, (of which due notice will be given,) subject to such conditions as shall be then declared, FILHE REVERSION in fee expectant, on the decease of a I Lady, now aged about Sixty-six years, of and in Watcrtown Farm, Situate in the Parish of Coychurch, Glamorganshire, within Two Miles of Bridgend, consisting of capital Farm House, Garden, Orchard, Barn, Stable, Cow-house, Piggery, Waggoivhouse, Court, Rick-yard, and upwards of fifty-six acres of very excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land. The House contains good Parlour, Hall, Kitchen, Back- Kitchen, Dairy, Cellar, 5 Bed-Rooms, Granary, and Attic. The House and Buildings are in good repair, a large sum having been expended upon them about 7 years ago. The Farm adjoins the best Stream for Salmon and Trout in the County. The Premises are in the occupation of the Tenant for Life, and are worth to Let from 190. to £ 100. per annum. For further particulars apply to Mr. Wm. LLEWELLYN, Solicitor, Neath. TITHE COMMISSION. NOTICE. THE TITHE COMMISSIONERS for England and "W AL^S hereby give Notice, that a copy of the Draft of Apportionment of the Rent Charge agreed to be paid in lieu of Tithes in the Parish of RUDDRY, in the County of GLAMORGAN, has been deposited at the House of EDWARD LEWIS, called the GRIFFIN, in the said Parish, for the inspection of all persons interested in the Lands or Tithes of the said Parish. And the Commissioners further give Notice, that, pursu- ant to the Act for Commutation of Tithes, a Meeting will he holden, for the purpose of hearing any objections to the intended apportionment by any persons interested as nfore- said, and that such Meeting will be held at the CARDIFF ARMS HOTEL, in the Town of CARDIFF, in the said County, on FRIDAY, the 14th day of JULY, 1S43, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. V Signed, By Order of the Board, J. E. HOVENDEN, Secretary. 9, Somerset Place, WILLIAM JONES, Somerset House, London. Valuer. CAUTION. I |T.LCROIX & CO., 158, New Bond-street, London, i f Perfumers (by appointment) to Her Most Gracious and Her Majesty the Queen Dowager, respectfully "ll{ll1 the Nobility and Gentrv against base counterfeits of their '•i<-famecl F,irit de Lavande, Vegetable Extractj, Sfc., made by ÍlPchargcd servants of J. Delcroix and Co, who are equally iicompetont to ascertain the danger of what they extol as Dclcroix's Cosmetics. &c as they are to discover what miLt e! useful. These worthless imitations are, fur the sake of ex- drbitant profit, foisted upon the public as genuine bv l'iirfitnieils :id Hairdressers, having the appearance of respectibility, well :i(owing them to be gross impositions, possessing none of the _nigh!y'appreciated qualities of the original. To prevent such Naii^ilont practices, the Nobility and Gentry of the United '"W j^v'ted to send thiirutdfifs direct fra MMWPS. DeiCi oi\ & Co l-iS.New Rond-strcer, who. to protect the far-fHmn/1 celebrity of their Establishment, will forward them, free of carriage, and on the, same terms as they supply the Nobility in Town. ith the view, also, of ofiering a further protection asainst the iitsidiousandunpriminled attacks of those individuals usurping the title, and endeavouring to undermine the ac- knowledged fame of I) t-XC HOIX AND CO.'S Oi?I'iN.AL A fil(-Y respectfully caution their Illustrious Patrons against being misled by Tiaeards, £ <c., announcing a "Hemoval," which the unwary would believe was that of Delcroix and Co., but whirh is. in reality, the remov; of J. Delcroix and Co.'s discharged servants. The improvements in the premises are now completed in a style of com'ort and elegance hitherto unattcmpted, and the Nobility and Gentry are inviied to inspect an unequalled assortment of fashionable boreign and Knglish Pcrfumeiy. Also, their long-established and far-celebrated Beiersix's sprit de ILav&nds Aux Mlllafienrs, So universally approved in every quaiter of the habitable globe; the fact being established by numoiotis atte:npts of unprmcipK d contemporaiics (who have totally fared) to imitate the same. It is, I-.owcvci t n» cessary Hie public shouid be cautioned against itnpo&i ion. — Price 3s. 6dt ami 5s. fid. Delcroix's "Vegstable Extract, ell known in the fashionable world as pre eminently successful for cleansing the hair, and giving it a most delectable appearance and pleasing fragiance. and keeping it in curl during exercise or damp weather.— l'rice 3s. Gd., 5s, and 10s. BelcroiK and Co.'s Roya Bouquets, :— BOUQUKT DE RE1 N if VICTOR I i-BOUQl/E V DU P111N C15 AI.KEIIT. DOUQUHT DKS NOCES IU)YA I.FS,—BOL'QUET 1)K LA PIUNCESSE BOUQ!.H.T ¡tOY ALE W ILLLL\I IY,BUl:QUET DU HOI GKOIKJK IV. D ELCIWIX ANl) CO 'S new Perfume is the "rRICE OF A EES S BO UQ U h I wi.ich is a combination of the fragrance of the most delicious flowers, in which the flavour of tiie moss rose beares a most conspicuous patt. This perfume is colourless and will not soil the most dclicatc handkerchief. l'rice 3s. 6d. and 5s. per bottle. The Lovers of Elegant Perfumes are solicited to call at 15S, New Bond-street, and try Delcroix and Co.'s Royal Bouquets on their handkerchit fs (tor which purpose bottles are alwavs open free), and to a handkerchief so perfumed, the combined fragrance of the choicest conservatory must yield precedence. ° Beleroix's Macassar Oil, Imported under the sanction of the "Lords of the Treasury," for the use of her Most Gsacious Majesty, and their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, the 1 rinccss Royal, &c.. is a delightfully tragrant and transparent preparatiou fnr the Hair, and, as an invigorator und beautifier, is beyond ali precedent. It bestows the most brilliant gloss, together with a strong tendency to curl and is the only known eperitic capable of efscctually sustaining the Hair in decorative charm from the heat of crowded assemblies, or the effects of a damp atmos- phere.—The Original and Genuine DELC OIX'S MACASSAR OIL. Is protected by two elegantly-executed, correct likenesses, in embossed medallions, of Her Majesty, and His Royal Highness Prince Albert, with the signature and address of the proprietors. It produces beautifully flowing curls, and by the transcendent lustre it imparls lenders the Hair truly enchanting. To avoid the counterfeits generally sold by Hairdressers, be sure to ask tor" Delcroix s Macassar Oil," 158, New Boiid-sirect.-Pi-ice 3s. 6d. per Lottie. Belcroix's ICalydor, A I-reiicli Cosmetic, surpassing all others for preserving and beautifying the complexion, prepared for the use of I!er Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, and Her Majesty the Queen Dowager, by especial command, and protected by letters patent, the label beanng the Hoyal Arms, elegantly embossed, sur- mounted by the Prince of Wales's plume. Ctit essentiel pil-fait" for the Lady's Toilet impalts a softness to the skin, and removes all cutaneous e;options, diving to tlic complexion a clear and healthful appearance. DELCROIX'S KALYDOil Is an odoiiferous creamy liquid—the only safe and efficacious preparation for (lissii)atina 'I in, Freckles, Timples, Spots, and other < is iguietnents of the skin. The radiant bloom it imparts to the cheek, and the softness and delicacy it induces on the hands, arms, and neck, lender it indispensible to every toilet.e Ask for Lelcroiz's Kalydor," 158, New Bond-stmt. Tiie 4s. 6J, per bottle. Caution to Ladies and Families. it ng I repute, and, consequently, sreat demand for Delcroix and Co. s nn](I\1C Preparations, have excited the cupidity of 15.ilU, (destitute alike of honour and of talent), Quacks, who, or tne sake of" GAIN/' impose (by a connivance with unpnncip ei vendors of peifumerv) their pernicious compounds upon the Public as the real D, lcroU's Kalvdor" for the complexion, «• Lelcfoix's Macassar Oil for the Hair, &c., &c.; to frustrate such impositions, Delcroix and Co. have obtained Injunctions from the High Couit of Chancel y against several offenders, also a Chancery Protective Label, which in future will n.MP"f!ve»'-rV /'<,nume ai-ticl, with the signature of J. i <• i o x1 ed lDk'' at tlie top, a "Crown," and the a< ( ss- e\v Hond-street, in the centre, surrounded by tlie uoi s lotected by the Court of Chancery," and at the bo tom, J Di.LCUOlX & CO. i„ Blue Ink. Purchasers ,0<j,Ur 1 ° rf'lu^n articles not so guaranteed. Ti;e extreme xecutl'1-K 'his label, (which is on the principle °'t p,evt nt ''igery in the departments of Uavernrnent,) precludes the possibility of imitation, and will effectually protect The Nobility frcm Imposition and Praud. Orlers for India shipped on board free of expf use. NOTICES, &c. 1 IL.M ..=- u::fÆ1 The DufFryn, Llynvi, and Poistli Cawl Raihvay. COMMITTEE'S REPORT. THE Committee are happy in having it in their power to communicate to the Proprietors that there is a decided increase in the General Trade of the Port and Railroad. That the increase of last month (May) is greater than that of any preceding month since the commencement of the traffic. That the Road is in better order than formerly and that the concerns of the Railroad and Port may be regarded as indi- cating a change more favourable to the Shareholders, even during the present depressed state of Commerce. It is also well worthy the attention of the Proprietors, that the mineral called the Black Band has been discovered to a very large extent among the works on the upper part of the Road, which promises a material increase in the Iron Trade to this Port. Some fresh outlay, however, is even now required for the Port and Breakwater; as well as repairs for the Roads- and should the augmentation of the Trade reach the expected point, further accommodation will be necessary for the con- venience of the Traders. The Committee subjoin the Super- intendent's Report on the State of the Road, &c. (Signed) DIGBY MACIv\\ ORTII, Chairman. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT TO THE COMMITTEE. Gentlemen,—Your Superintendent most respectfully begs to inform you, notwithstanding the well-known dilapidated and almost impassable state in which he found the Railway three years ago, that in consequence of having new laid up- wards of three miles of the worst parts of it; drained, and otherwise improved the horse-path, and repaired the culverts and fences along the Line—the general state of the Road is much improved since that time. The wear and tear, as well as the annual expenditure in working the Line, is gradually decreasing, and is likely to continue to do so for some time, should the price of labour and the traffic on the road remain as at present. During the year just ended, upwards of one mile of the Road has been relaid with an improved rail, better selected blocks, and other materials. One new parting has been made, and three old ones extended to more than double their original length. The Drainage of the bog in Tynywaun cutting has also been completed. It appears to have been the cause of much obstruction to the Trade, and annual expense to the Company, for a great number of years. It is now, however, effectually drained; the Road over it is per- fectly consolidated, and will, for the future, require no more attention than other parts of the Line, except that of keeping open thedrains. Arrangements have been made for relaying half a mile on Trcgunter Park and two hundred yards near the Cambrian Company's works as well as making two new partings on the lower part of the Road. These (should the weather prove favourable) will be completed in about three months and will afford considerable additional facilities to the increasing traffic on the Line, especially the lower nine miles, of it. Several very important improvements have lately been made at the Port. The Wharf has been relaid with double, lino oJ' R.(). and a auoijg wiouglit iron rail. A portion of the Breakwater has been rebuilt, and a new Road made for the conveyance of ballast, so as to prevent its return into the harbour. The Basin has been deepened, another Shipping Berth formed, and sundry other improvements for the accom- modation of the Trade. (Signed) WILLIAM WILLIAMS. STATEMENT OF THE RETURNS AND EXPEN- DITURE, from the 30th APHIL, 1842, to MAY 1st 1843. ;C s. d. £ s. d. Undiyided Profits 1,233 11 ll j 1842, ,u .J, To 3,289 0 2i Amount Rents. 40] 13 4* of Harbour Dues 2 1 3 Year's Income J Wharfage 12 0 3 from S Interest onBills 29 7 41 April 3D, 1842, Stamps. 7 (f to jSundry Cash May 1, ISI3. Receipts. ]o ]l 0 4,044 1 11 £ o,277 13 10i ROAD. £. R- <1. s. d. By Interest on Mortgage and Loans. 12(;, 13 0 By Current Outlay, viz.— Rails £ 147 IS 2 Blocks, Stones, &c. 7C 3 2 Stories Labour, including Haulage 305 0 0 Repairing Fences and Cottages 55 1G 7 Toll Keepers' Wages 109 11 G —————— GÐ4 9 10 POIn. Repairing Break- water, Custom- House, Cottages, Boats, Trams, &c.. 1G8 10 7 Fenders in Basin, Mooring Chains and Wharping Uuoys 49 10 8 Labour for Clearing Basin, Levelling Whaif, &c G7 12 5 -————— 285 13 8 Salaries to Superintendent,Clerk, and Hai-boiir 200 0 0 Rents, £:3-1; Rates and Taxes, £ 171 12s. 6d 205 12 0 Books, Printing, and Stationery. 32 4 5 Postage and other Stamps, £ 22 7s. I.d. Committee's Expenses, £ G0 82 7 3 Treasurer's Interest and Com- mission 33 2 8 Solicitor's Bill 30 13 4 Drawback to Sundry Traders on Coal, Toniiage, &c JQQ By Sundry Cash Payments ^3 jy j jr Balance, being Profit on two ye^TT^ £ 5,277 13 10j GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE COMP ANY'S AFFAIRS. t-U'I'IAL. To 400 Shares, at £ 100 each. 4o1)'oo 0' £ S' » Mortgages 20')0()0 0 0 Loans at Interest. 3S3S 0 0 05,088 0 0 DEBTS. To Interest on Mortgages. 599 0 0 Interest on Loans hm 15 0 Sundry Persons for Rails T&C"&C 74 4 1 » Law Exl)ellces 357 14 9 To Undivided Profits on Two~Y^^TT ^27? 11 £ G8,58G 5 3 By Outlay on Road and 'Port, to April ;50th, 18 12. CG,052 4 oi New Capital for lload "J to 30th April, 1843 302 12 III » New Capital for Port, do'. 2n 19 4 „ c -t c Gf>,5GG 1G 114 By Sums due from sundry Persons 0 1 ri, 1.41b d 34: „ Sundry Traders, Ton- nages for April o-^ r, „ Balance in hand ^43 0 5* COl 3 0 £ G8j58G 5 Bj a reference to the Balance Sheet, it will be seen that 42CUlni1U -t,('' I roflts UP to April 30th, 1843, amount to 7Z: °*dl; and if £ 677> lls- 5^d- be stained to meet contnigenwes there will be a net profit of £ 1,600 to declare a Dividend of L4. per cent. (Signed) JOSEPH RUSHER, > CHARLES RAWLINS ON, 5 Audltors. Number of Vessels Arrived and Saifed from 30th April, 1841, to 1st May, 1842. Months. No. Tonnage. Port Dues. 1841. £ s. d. May 27 921 8 10 3 June. 21 812 8 2 4 '^ulj 33 1455 14 5 0 1640 16 2 11 September 24 1281 12 14 0 ?Ct0bei; 24 H83 ll 16 f, No-*embei 33 1285 12 19 .> December 21 911 9 1 10 1842. January 39 2667 20 3 9 February 31 1657 16 19 2 March 32 1605 15 17 8 April. 57 2539 25 13 2 371 17,356 JiO 5 9 Number of Vessels Arrived and Sailed from 30th April, 1842, to 1st May, 1843. Months. No. Tonnage. Port Dues. 1842. £ s. d. May 48 2270 21 12 5 June 67 3237 30 5 10 July 69 3504 34 0 1 ^u=ust. 77 3170 29 10 9 September 49 2276 16 8 2 October 73 3096 35 1 0 November 2G 1267 \o 4 10 December 29 1447 15 12 0 1843. January 29 1368 13 2 5 February 47 2198 20 17 4 March 70 3723 25 18 10 April (j 1 2919 27 7 7 645 31,075 292 1 3 Increase. 274 13,719 121 15 6 Resolved, That a Dividend of £4. per cent. be declared, and (as on a former occasion) carried to the credit of the respective Shareholders, bearing Interest at £ 5. per cent, until the same be paid off. Resolved, That any Shareholder who may be entitled to a credit under this Dividend of £ 50, or who'may be willing to pay up the balance to reach that sum, shall have the power to convert the same into a second Mortgage to that amount, or to a Half-Share. (Signed) DIGBY MACK WORTH, Chairman. BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY No. 1, PRINCE'S STREET, B W'K, [.OX DON. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament IV. Via-cap IX jmiECToRS. WiUmm-lTarSgett, Esq RobmKglintnn, E,n bioiuol Bevington 12-~cj Erasmus itobt. Foster, F.sq m. techney lJiack, Ksq Alex.Robert Irvine,Ego Brightinan 1 sq Peter Morris«n I^sq George c°hen. Ksq Henry Lew. S.nale, Esq ftliMis Coventry, Esq Thomas Teed. Esq. J oilri Urewett, Ksq AUDITORS. J. B. Bevington, Esq.—F. P. Cockerill, Esq.-J. D. Dow, Esq. MEDICAL OFFICHI John Cienditining,M.D F.H S., IC, Wimpole St., Cavendish Sq. STANDING COUNSEL. The Hon. John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Ian. -.Aft. Serjeant Murphy, II P,, Temple. SOLICITOR. William Bevan, Esq., Old Jewry. IJ.C\ K Ens- ?Je«.sr». Drewett and Fowler, Princes Street Bank Tins Institution is empowered by a Special Act of Parliament, ana Is so constituted as 10 afford the benefits of Eife Assurance in their fullest extent to Policy-Holders, and to present greater facilities and accommodation than are itsutiliy offered by other Companies. The decided superiority of its plan, and its ciniin to public preference and support,have been proved incoutestabiv by its extraordinary and unprecedented success. Assurances may either be effected by Parties on their own Lives, or by Parties interested therein on the Lives of other*. i lie effect of an Assurance oil a person's own lite is to create at once a Property in Reversion, which can by uo other means be realized, lake, for instance, the case of a person at the a^e of Thirty, who by the payment oi 51. 3s. 4J. to the Britannia Life Assmance Company, can become at once possessed of a brqueaihable 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 ftilfilled bv the mere saving of EIGHT SHILLINGS weekly in his expenditure lhllS, by the exertion of a very slight degree of ecolaomy-stich indeed, as clln icarcely be felt at an inconvenience, he may at once realize a capital of 10001., which he can bequeath or dis- pose of in any way he may ihink proper. A Board of Directors :n attendance daily at Two o'clock PETElt MORRISON, Esq., Retident Director Detailed 1'rospectuses, and every requisite information as to the mode of effecting Assurances, mev be obtained upon amjli cation to the following AGENTS— .NBWI'OKT Mr R. Jeakins chT^voM •> < BuiUwya, Solicitor MONMOUTH MR T 101 George, Solicitor. Only to be known to be valued. THF?tlF\fient pigment, called the POOR MU'S i'ublic as an infailiT^R^edy^W^' f COfmmeude^ t° "th« a Cer,ln cure fo° Cleers, if of t n'13-^ears^s'tan'dio?'°"' Also his P1LLL.E ANTISCKOPHUI.^2, confirmed hv than forty year,' successful experience as an iueS J. I f* foi that distressing complaint, called Scrophula, (Jland'nl ? Imgs particularly those of the Neck, &c. Thtv n the best Alteratives ever compounded for tu if i and assisting nature in all her'operatil, Thcy^ a T!] l' superior Family Aperient, that Ly be Uken a^ll Le. confinement or change of diet.-Sold in boxes at l'Ui tlTo OM ("who j1''6 Dr' Ifi<°ber,ts'.U Messrs Beach and Barnicott* ^wbo iiave been confident y intrusted with ,i,„ n- .1. r j- J witn tlie preparation of his •wedicines for manyjears pastV are left r «. o„ » v- a>> ii f re a 11 joint proprietors of th« Poor A,an s Friend, and '• lMuI, Antiscroplmlat," Sec., witl" le exc usive rig t, power, and authority to prepare and vend, the same. J r r To Messrs. Beach and Barnicott, Bridport, successors and Executors of the late Dr. Roberts. Gentlcmen,-For the benefit of others, I think it mS duty to inform you of the good I have received by the use of tbè Ointment called the Poor Man's fri.-nd. lateIy prepaed by Dr. Rooerts. but now prepared by you. and of the particular service it has been to many other afflicted persons, togetUr wkh ,hl occasional use of the Pilulae Antiscrophul*. Res'i^in„ 11 'r when a boy I had tlie misfortune to hurt mv leg r->nejitC 3^se 1 » obstruction in tiie circulation, attended by" viole-it infl. &C -Sn and several large wounds, was the consequence 1 ammatioa by several of the best medical men in the town "as a!tfnded but all failed in effecting a cure; after more (lsewhere- inconvfnience and suffering, I had reenrrt, -rear8* Friend, and the occasional use of the Vi\ s • .f' applying the ointment i peiceived an & times of two or three pots effected a cure 1 U ment> and the use accident,injured the leg, but by havino- rp'r repeateiily since, by it is soon made sound, I always kr, !"oursc 10 ointment- any inflammation in tiie leg or elScw^ ointment removes it. 1 an aI,pl1cation of tLtw* St. Alban's, JulvTs,^?^1615' } 0U.'<S' ^J'P^tfully, Prepared onlv bv tlK. P "JOilN WiNGR AVE» sold wholesale 'hy them'Tthe^ D and BAHKICOTT, «adl London Houses; an ^aH D,sP^sary Bridport; by the in the United Kingdom "spectable Medicine Vender.- genuine unUs«^°RV-eti1Cmj TJS01c1- under tIle above names can I c- is tneraved and lale I.'r.Roberts, Bridport/ is angiaied and printed on tha stamp a«r.d to each package. A letter from our correspondent at Cardigan, dated on th& instant, savs:—" The Reheccaites were at their favourite wor again last night;—they pulled down three gates, near • ew castle-Emlyn, on the Cardigan side of tlie river, viz.* lienatod, Adpar, and Kerry gates. It is said that they go to. venartli io-night, and to the Cardigan g^tes to-morrow night. here these proeedings will end is a difficult thing to know- very likely in bloodshed and the loss of lives."