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NOTICES AND SALES. Albion Classical and Commercial BOARDING SCHOOL, MR. BL RXEL'T respectfully announces that the DUTIES of his SCHOOl/will be RESUMED on MONDAY, the 17th of JULY. MISS PARTRIDGE'S SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN 011 TUESDAY, the 25th of JULY instant, and her DANCING ACADEMY on the following FRIDAY. Commercial-street, Newport, Monmouthshire, ) June 30tb, 184:3. ) EDUCATION. MISS PERRY'S PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT, for the reception and Education of Six Young Ladies as Boarders, and a limited number of Morning Pupils, will RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1843. Castle Cottage, Cambrian Place, Swansea. Glamorganshire Clergy Charity. L,4 THE SUBSCRIBERS are requested to MEET at the BEAR INN, iii C0VVBR1DGE, on TUESDAY, the 2.5th instant, to RECEIVE and CONSIDER PETITIONS, and to make DISTIIIDUTION of the BALANCE in hand. The Business will commence at 12 o'clock. WILLIAM BRUCE KNIGHT, Ty'nycaeau, Margam, Treasurer. 3rd July, 1843. N. B. A Dinner will be provided by Mr. BALLAIID, as on all former occasions. 4o'f"' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Glamorganshire Constitutional and Z5 Conservative Society, WILL be holden at the CARDIFF ARMS INN, in the TOWN of CARDIFF, on WEDNESDAY', the TWELFTH day of JULY instant, at Twelve o'clock at Noon precisely. By Order, H. S. COKE, Secretary. Neath, 1st July, 1843. THOSE GENTLEMEN who are desirous of becoming MEMBERS of the MERTHYR CRICKET CLUB for this Season, are requested to MEET at the BUSH INN, MERTHYR, OIl MONDAY, the 10th of JULY, at Eight o'clock, r.St. Merthyr, July 5th, 1843. Aberdare Canal Navigation. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the YNNUIL GENERAL MEETING or ASSEMBLY "of the COMPANY of PROPRIETORS of this NAVIGATION will beheld at the CANAL OFFICE, on THURSDAY the 27th day of JULY", 1843, at 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon'. EDWARD LEWIS, Clerk to the Company. Canal Office, July 3d, 1S43. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. Cardiff, July 7, 1843. NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\ EN, that it is intended on EDNESDAY next, the 12th instant, to move a further ADJOURNMENT of the SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Proprietors of this Company to TUESDAY, the 1st of AUGUST, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Committee of Inquiry, appointed on the 14th June last. By Order, F. W. JAMES, JUN., Secretary. L 16i 16 Taff Vale Railway Company. TO BE SOLD; SEVERAL SHARES in this Company. Apply (pre- s paid) to R. M. M., at Solicitor's Register-Office, 44, Carey-street, London. c' To be Sold by Private Contract, Now laying at PILL, near BRISTOL, THE STEAM PACKET WYE, SHE is in good Condition, would answer well as a Coal Barge, and may be Bought on very Moderate Terms. For further Particulars apply to SAMUEL BALL, PILL. South Wales, Pembrokeshire. MARINE RESIDENCE, AND MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT, To be Sold by Auction. By Messrs. SHUTTLE WORTH and SONS, On FRIDAY, the 28th day of JULY, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, (unless previously disposed of by Private Con- tract, of which due notice will be given,) at the M YRT in the CITY of LONDON, The Amroth Castle Estate, CONSISTING of the capital Freehold Castellated Mansion-House, exterior Walled Gardens and Demesne Lands, Colliery, Corn Grist Mill, Fulling MH1 and Factory Cottages, Woods and Plantations, containing together 324 Acres of productive Land, principally Meadow and Pasture, and in a high state of cultivation also, the Leasehold Interest in the adjoining Farm of Trelissy, containing 12G Acres, or thereabouts and which, if not Disposed of in One Lot, will be submitted in the Two following Lots Lot I.-The FREEHOLD MANSION HOUSE, GARDENS, and DEMESNE LANDS attached, Colliery, Corn Grist Mill, Fulling Mill and Factory, Cottages, Woods, and Plantations, containing 323 Acres, 3 Roods, and 38 Perches. Let 2.—The LEASEHOLD INTEREST in the FARM of TRELISSY, containing 126 Acres, held at a reserved Rent of £ 30. per annum, for one life, aged 58 or thereabouts, and now let to respectable Tenants, at gross'rents, amounting to £ 90. per annum or thereabouts. ° The Mansion House (situated on the Shore of Carmarthen Bay, at a distance of seven miles from Tenby, and only one from the mail-road, leading from Hobb's Point to London, commanding extensive and delightful views) is of noble dimensions, replete with every convenience, and contains Drawing and Dining-Rooms, 30 feet by 18 feet Sitting Rooms; fourteen Sleeping and Dressing-Rooms and has attached to it a Family Chapel, Warm and Cold Baths, Greenhouse, Grapery, Flower and Walled Fruit, and Kitchen Gardens; also, Stabling for Ten Horses, a double Coach-house, and good Farm Buildings. The facilities afforded by steam conveyance place this Property within a fifteen hours' journey from London. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had three weeks previous to the Sale, at the principal Inns in the vicinity of Messrs. Wr. and C. BEVAN, Solicitors, Bristol; of the Auctioneers; and of Mr. HARVEY, Land Agent, Haver- fordwest from all of whom cards to view the Mansion may also be obtained. VALE OF GLAMORGAN. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. W. MORRIS, AT THE PLOUGH AND HARROW INN, In the Village of Monknash, On MONDAY, the 24th JULY, 1843, At 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall be then produced, A MOST DESIRABLE DWELLING-HOUSE, in the Parish of WICH, fit for the reception of a GENTEEL FAMILY, together with a good GARDEN, and 3 Closes of most excellent PASTURE LAND adjoining, containing about Eighteen Acres. The Premises, which are now in the Occupation of Mr. PHILLIPS, the Proprietor, are delightfully situate in the salubrious Village of Wich, within a short distance of the Sea, of which it commands a fine and exten- sive view; and about equi distant from the good Market Towns of Cowbridge and Bridgend. The House which is in good repair, contains on the Ground Floor, 2 large Parlours, and a Kitchen in front, a Back Kitchen, Wash- house, Dairy and Cellar; a good 3-Stall Stable Coach- house, Cart-house, Cattle Shed, aud other offices attached. -The Upstairs Apartments are 4 good sized airy Bed-rooms in the front, and 2 ditto behind.—The Pasture Land will be found to be some of the best quality in the Vale. A view of the Premises may be obtained, and any further information given by applying to Mr. Phillips, at Wich or the Auctioneer, at Cowbridge, NOTICES, LETTINGS, AND SALES. T 0 IB E L E T, AT A VEUV MODERATE RENT, AND ENTEItED VPON IMMEDIATELY, A very eoiiyeiiieni Kerne, CONTAINING Dining, Drawing, and Morning Rooms, of suitable dimensions, with excelient Bed Chulllbers, good Coach House, and Three-Stall Stabling, with capital Pleasure Gaiden, situate at ItHYMNEY, and now in the occupation of -lir. STEWAIIT. For Term and Conditions apply to Mr. WILLIA.M BEDLINGTON, Rhymney Iron Works: In South ales.—Hafod, with its magnificent Hornain, splendid Mansion, of the Moorish style of archi- tecture delightful and romantic grounds, Woodlands, and Rivers, surrounded by extensive Farms and Sheep Pastures, with the Advowson of Eglws- Newydd, and the celebrated Devil's Bridge, Falls, and Inn. Also the beautiful Estate and Mansion of Cwmelan, and other valuable Properties in the adjoin- ing counties of Cardigan and Radnor; altogether nearly 24,000 acres, and manors of vast extent, abounding with grouse and other game, and embrac- ing the most grand and highly picturesque Mountain, Vale, and River Scenery about twelve miles from Aberystwith, and only eighteen hours' journey from London. MESSRS. DANIEL SMITH and SON are honoured by instructions from his Grace the Duke of Newcastle (who has recently made more extensive purchases in the vicinity of Cl um ber), to bring to SALE, some time in ACGuST next, in Three or Four Lots (unless acceptable offers shall be previously made), the splendid and far-famed DOMAIN OF HAFOD also the beautifully situated Mansion and Estate of Cwm- celan, on the Banks of the Elan and Wyo, with the Manor of Cwmtoidder, abounding with all kinds of Game and Grouse, extending OVER ABOUT :30,000 ACRES, between Hafod and Rhayader; and the DOLCLETTW ESTATE, near Abervstwith, comprehending altogether, exclusive of the Manors, ABOUT 124,000 ACRES, on which a large expenditure has been recently incurred in substantial improvements, particularly in adding to the accommodations, comforts, and appearance of the Mansion, rebuilding the Church and Hotel at the Devil's Bridge, &c., &c. It presents (for a comparatively small amount of capital) a noble territory of great influence and importance, with a most enviable and distinguished residence and in the various pursuits and delightful duties arising out of the possession of such a propeity, with regard to its tenantry, Church, Schools, extensive Woodlands and Plantations, Scenery, Farms, Minerals, Rivers and Falls of Water, Roads, and other sources of profitable improve- ment, marked out and partly brought into operation by the present noble proprietor, it affords a field well worthy the undivided care and energies of a man of fortune disposed to make Hafod his permanent family- seat. The greater portions of the fittings, furniture, and other valuable effects of the mansion, may be purchased. Descriptive particulars, with plans, &c., are preparing, and will be ready when the day of sale is fixed. In the interim, general information may be obtained of lViHiarn Henderson, Esq., Solicitor, Lancaster-place, Strand and of Messrs. Daniel Smith and Son, Land Agents, Waterloo place, Pall- mall, who are authorised to treat by private contract, having completed their survey. T E RIV: I NATION OF PRESENT VISIT. Monday and Tuesday, the 10th and 11th, of July, at Aber- gaveiiny ;-IVe(Iiies(ity, the 12th, at Newport -Thursday, the 13th, at the request of several Patients, Usk ;—Friday and Saturday, the 14th and 15th, at Monmouth. DI R. L. MOSELY, SURGEON DENTIST, 12, BERNER'S STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, HAS the honor to acknowledge the very liberal and increasing confidence reposed in his Professional skill and ability, and takes this opportunity of informing his Patients, and those who may wish to consult him, that not being able to finish his engagements this week, he has arranged to prolong his present visit until Saturday Evening, the 15th, and may be consulted (for this toeek only) as under, Monday and Tuesday, Angel Hotel, Abergavenny Wed- nesday, King's Head Hotel, Newport; Thursday, (at the request of several patients), at the Three Salmons, Usk.— All at private apartments. Attendance from 10 to 5. Mr. L. M. begs most respectfully to state that this week's attendance will terminate his present visit. 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 mechanical 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 articulation, and are Worn with perfect ease and comfort upon the most tender gums, without extracting the remain- ing stumps. Mr. L. M. is happy to state, from extensive alterations and improvements just finished in the mechanical depart- men, 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 Teetii 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. July Gth, 1843.

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