NOTICES, &c. THK CARDIFF AND BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS PRINCE OF WALES i MATTHEW JONES, Commander, LADY CHARLOTTE HENRY JEFFERY, Commander, ^SHS|)fc £ -/vl ARE INTENDED TO SAII, During the Month of December, vMjs&rSg (From the Bute Ship Dock-) FROM CARDIFF. 9.. Saturday. Lady Charlotte 6 morning I I.. -Mon(laj Prince of Wales 6 moming 12.. Tuesday Lady Charlotte 7- morning' 13..Wednesday..Prince of Wales 8rdorniiig 14 ..Thursday Lady Charlotte 8 morning 15.. Friday Prince of Wales 9 morning 16.. Saturday Lady Charlotte II morning 18.. Monday Prince of Wales 1 afternoon 19..Tuesday Lady Charlotte 2 afternoon 20..Wednesday..Prince of Wales 8 morning 21..Thursday ..Lady Charlotte. 81 morning 22.. Friday .Prince of Wales 6 morning 23.. Saturday Lady Charlotte 6 morning 25.. Monday Prince of Wales 7 morning 20.. Tuesday Lady Charlotte 7^ morning 27..Wednesday..Prince of Wales. 8 morning 28..Thursday ..LadyCharlotte 8* morning 29..Friday .Prince of Wales 9 morning 30.. Saturday. Lady Charlotte 10 morning FROM BRISTOL. 9..Saturday Prince of Wales 6t morning 11.. Monday Lady Charlotte 7 £ morning 12.. Tuesday .Prince of Wales 8 morning 13..Wednesday..Lady Charlotte Hi morning 14..Thursday ..Prince of Wales 9 morning 1ft..Friday Lady Charlotte. 10! morning Ift.. Saturday.Prince of Wales 11 morning IS..Mond,ty .LAdy Charlotte I afternoon 19.. Tuesday Prince of Wales 7 morning 20..Wednesday..Lady Charlotte 8| morning 21..Thursday ..Prince of Wales 5l morning 22..Friday Lady Charlotte. 6 morning 23..Saturday.Prince of Wales 6; morning 25..Monday Lady Charlotte 8 morning 26..Tuesday Prince of Wales 8 morning 27.. Wednesday.. Lady Charlotte 9 morning 28..Thursday .Prince of Wales. 9 morning 29.. Friday Lady Charlotte 10 morning 30..Saturday Prince of Wales. 1 O morning Carriag1 and Horses must be along side an hour and a half previous to the time of Sailing, otherwise they cannot be Shipped in consequence ol Locking throHgh the New Docks. PARKS: — After Cabin. 6s.-Fore Cabin, 3s. fid. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half-i,rice.-I)ogs, Is. each., A Female Steward attends on Board both Packets. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four Wheel Carriage, 'lis.. ditto Pheaton or Gig. 10s. 6d., Two Wheel, drawn ity One Horse and Driver. 19s; Horse and ltider, After Cabin, 10s. Horse and Rider, Fore Cabin, 8s. 6d.; Sheep, Pigs, and Calves, Is. 6d. each. Carriages, Horses, Cattle, and Goods, will be subject to Landing and Wharfages, at Bute Docks." • Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the PHINCE OF WALES, to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Hobert Chaplin, Cumberland Hagin Locks and for the LADY CHARLOTTE, to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets at tile expense of the Compaiiieq. Merthyr, Newbridge, Aberdare. Cowhriilge, Bridgend, Lllln. triisent, and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these Places in Spring Waggons and Lock up Calla I Boats immediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for. —Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Packages, Parcels, Sec., forwarded to all parts of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of their Steam Tacket Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information as to Freight, will he 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, liristol, for the PlilNCK OF WALliS. Packet; and of Mr Donovan. at the Packet Olfice. onl he Wharf. Cardiff: or to Mr. W. n. Owen, 29, Avon Crescent, Houvells, liristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. NOTICE.—The I roprietors of the above Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they he answerable for any Goods. Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire. Leakage or otherwise) unless Hooked at cither of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value 0f 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage i n proportion paid for the same, at the time of Hooking -Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before Six o'clock in ilia evening of the day of landing, will he warehoused at the risk aud 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 measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot he allowed unless a written notice of the same be sent to the OHice on the day of delivery. LONDON MARKETS. GENKItAL AVERAGE PRICKS OF Co tN, per Quarter computed from the Inspectors' ]letkiriis. GENERAl. AVlmAGE. s. it. s. d. Wheat 51 0 Rye 29 11 J4:\ rloy 32 1 Means 31 8 Oats 19 0 Peas 33 6 DUTY ON FOREIGN COltN. s. d. s d. Wheat 19 0 Rye 11 fi li -ii-lcy 7 0 Means U) t) Oats 8 0 I Peas 9 6 CORN FOX C HANG li—Monday. WHEAT..Essex .red 51s 57s White. 53s fiSs Ks-ex new 42* 51" White.. now 454 5fJ" Kent new 47s — 56s Ditto ..new 53s — 60s Suffolk do 41s — 50s Ilitto 45s — 5(is Norfolk, York, and Lincoln -8 flOs Ditto 49s — 55s Northumber- land, &c. —s — —s RYE 30(1 — 32s BARLEY. Grinding 23s — 25s Chevalier,new 30 s — 31s Mailing ..new 28s — Irish 23s — 26s Scotch 24s — 26s Distillers' 26s — 28s OATS York and Lin- colnshire ,fc.rd 15s — 19s Small IRs — 21s Ditto.. Polsnd 16s 211 Potato. IUs 22" Ncrthumhrld. and Scotch, feed 16s — 21s Mealing IBs — 23s Ditto.. Poland 17s — 23s Potato 18s — 24s Devonshire, &e., black 14s — lis White 14s — 19s i Welsh, ditto.. 13s — 17s I)itto 13s — 18s Irish fd, white 13s — 16s 151ack.. !5s — 17s Ir.sli Potato.. 16s — 19s Limerick,&c., His 19s Distilling.. 19s. — 2ls BEANS ..Ticks, new.. 28s — 30s Mazagati, nciv 254 — 28s Old 29s — 32 Old .27s— 30s Harrow, new 2ds — 30s Small, new 32s — 8ls Old 29 9329 Old 36* — 46» PEAS .Grey ..new 28s — 0s Blue 33s — 4<JS Maple 28s — 31s Suffolk ..new 3 is — 36s Ditto, Scotch —s s White 27s — 318 SMITH FIELD Ni X RKE'I'S-Monfl",Y. A Statement and Comparison of the Supplies and Prices of Fat Stock, l'xbiliitrd anti Sold in Smithticlrl Cattle Market, on Monday, Dec. 5, 1842,,and Monlay, '^ec- 4, 1843. l)/c. 5, 1842. Dec. 4, 1843 s. d. II. d. s. d, R. (I Coarse and inferior Beasts.• 2 S to 2 10.2 8 2 10 Second quality ditto 3 0 3 4.3 0 3 4 l'rime large Oxen 3 6 3 10 } 6 3 8 ]'rime Scots, &c 4 0 4 4.3 10 4 0 Coarse and inferior Sheep 2 10 3 2..».2 10 3 0 Second quality ditto 3 4 3 G.3 2 3 4 Prime coarse woolled ditto 3 8 3 10.3 S 3 10 PrimeSouthdowndillo. 42 4 .L.4 0 44- Lambs. 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Q Lar^e coarse Calves. 3 0 3 6.2 8 3 4 Prime small ditto 3 8 4 4.3 S 4 (i I.arge Hogs a 40 8 10.3 6 3 JO Neat small Porkers 4 2 4 6.4 0 4 8 Stll'I'I.US. Beasts. 3,2R7 3.342 Shpep and Lambs 3),740 29,610 Calves 93 B6 Figs. 431 339 .j ;11' LETTINGS AND SALES GLAMORGANSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. FltKEilOLiTpROFERTY FOR SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. THOMAS WATKINS, At the Angel Inn, Cardiff, On SATURDAY, the Kith day of DECEMBER, 1813, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced. LOT 1. AN Undivided Moiety of a FARM AND LANDS, callcd THE CROSS," situate in the Parish of LANEDERNE, in the County of GLAMORGAN, containing by admeasurement 50A. 3r.. 31 P., or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr. William Roberts, as Tenant, at the Yearly Rent of £ 50. j The Dwelling-house is pleasantly situated within Five Miles of Cardiff, on an eminence, commanding an ex- tensive view of the Bristol Channel, and contains spacious Dining and Drawing-rooms, Five Bed-rooms, Entrance-hall, Kitchen, and suitable Offices and forms a desirable Residence for a genteel family. The Farm is well stocked with Timber, in the midst of a fine Sporting country, abounding with Game and there is excellent Fishing in the River Rumney. LOT 2. An Undivided Moiety of TWO FIELDS, called "CAIA LAY," situate near PWLl. COCH, in the Parish of LLAN- DAFF, in the County of GLAMORGAN, and within Two Miles of Cardiff, containing 20A. In. 21I\, or thereabouts, and in the occupation of Mr. R. O. Jenkins, at the Yearly Rent of £4.). LOT 3. An Undivided Moiety of a FIELD, called « Y CHWECH EltWR BAILY," situate in the Parish of RUMNEY, in the County of MONMOUTH, containing 7A. 2R. 3P., or thnre- abouts, in the occupation of Mr. Lewis Rees, at the Yearly Rent of £ 14. LOT 4. An Undivided Moiety of A PIECE OF MARSH LAND, ou the RUMNEY MOORS, in the said Parish of Rumney, containing 3 Acres, or thereabouts, in the occupa- tion of Mrs. Rees. LOT 5. An Undivided Moiety of A PIECE OF MARSH LAND, on the ROATH Moons, in the Parish of ROATII, in the County of GLAMORGAN, containing 3 Acres, in the occu- pation of Mr. The respective Tenants will show the Premises, and further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer, or at the Office of Mr. Edward Priest Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Cwm y Gorse Turnpike District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the TOLLS atising at the CWM Y GORSE TOLL GATE within this District, Will be Let by Auction, To the best Bidder, at the TOWN-HALL, NEATH, on FRIDAY, the 29th day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of Twelve and Two o'Clock, in the manner directed by the Act passed in the third and fourth yeais of the Reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth, "for Regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls were Let the last year for the sum of L 10,5, and .he Tolls will be put up at such Sum. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must at the same time pay One Month in advance of the Rent at which such Tolls may be Let (if required), and give security with suf- ficient sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said District, for payment of the Rent Monthly, or in such other proportions as shall be directed. There will be no Toll payable oil Lime carried for manure. By Order of the Trustees, CUTHBERTSON, Neath, 28th November, 1843. Clerk. GLAMORGANSHIRE. zlo be ILVII And enterd upon the 1st day of May next, THAT OLD ESTABLISHED And commodious Public-House, WITH STABLES AND YARD, CALLED the NEW INN, situate in the ancient Market Town of LANTRISSENT. The House has lately been Rebuilt, and conveniently arranged to command an extensive Business in the Public Line, containing on the First Floor a Parlour, Tap Room, and spacious Bar, with Kitchen, Larder, and Brewin" Kitchen, with an underground Arched Cellar. The Second Floor consists of Five Good Bedrooms, with a large Dining Room, and a Roomy Attic adapted for a Storeroom. I:> Rent moderate, and no Stock, Plant, or Furniture to be taken by the incoming Tenant. The Tenant may also be accommodated on the 2nd of February next with about 7^ Acres of excellent Meadow and Pasture Land, close to the Town. Further particulars may be known by applying (postage pre-paid) to Mr. RICHARD HOWELL, Rhiwfelan, near Cardiff. Dated Gth Nov., 1843. By Her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent. TAYLOR'S VICTORIA LAMP, FOR BURNING TALLOW OR ANY KIND OF FAT, May be seen on application at MR. SAMUEL DAVIES, Bristol House, and Victoria I-asp Sicpot, HIGH STREET, .MERTHYR. THE VICT.ORIA is, in shape, as the Solar Lamp, and can be fitted to any Stand. It is suited lor the Mansion or the Farm-house, the Drawing-room or the Kitchen, and for Shops. Dec. 1, 1843. f MEA and COFFEE (from London) carriage free, at the X Wholesale Prices.—-One of the most formidable articles of expense in all large Establishments is Tea, and yet the difficulty of obtaining it good and cheap is much complained of. The want of an Establishment devoted exclusively to the interests of large consumers has long been felt, and, to remeJy this, we have made arrangements with the principal Carrying- Establishments to deliver all orders exceeding- hl amount. X5 Carriage Free. This arrangement will enable the country purchaser to procure this very necessary article at a saving of from 10 to 30 per cent. The following is a list of our present cash prices, and we rely on a multiplicity of business to enable UB to carry out our plans successfully; BLACK TEAS. Good Breakfast Congou, 3s. 4d. (ordinary much lower.) Fine Congou of the Pekoe kind, 3s. 8d. (an excellent tea strongly recommended.) Pekoe Souchong, 4'f. (few persons require better tea.) Fine Pekoe Souchong, 4d. 4d. (This is decidedly a first class Tea a higher price is unnecessary.) el p GREEN TEAS. Good useful Congou, 3s. 8d. Fine ditto Hyson kind, 4s. Genuine Hyson, 4s. 4J. Finest Hyson impose I, Gs. Young Hyson, 4s. 4,1 file, o-s. finest, 5s. 4d. Gunpowder, 5s. 4d. fiueM, 7s. The young Hyson at 5S. and 5s. 4d. is particularly recom- mcnded-equal to the finest Gunpowder. COFFEE. The low price of Coffee has considerably increased the demand and the price. "Ye were the first to reduce the price at the fall, and although now much higher in the market, we retain our former quotations. Good Common Coffee, 9d. Ceylon (an excellent Coffee), Is. Fine ditto, h. 2d. Finest ditto, rich mellow flavour, Is. 4d. Finest Java, Is. 6d. Finest Cuba, Is. 8d. Finest Mocha, 2s. We invite the Trade to send for samples of the: above which are under market value. It is obvious the above will admit of neither, risk, credit, or trouble ot collecting we therefore expect every order will be accompanied by a remittance or Post-office order, and at least a day's notice for thexecution. G. T. MANSELL AND CO., Wh olesale Tea Dealers, 2, Bucklersbury, Cl^tapside. r NOTICES, &c. LAW. WANTED, h CLERK, qualified to attend to Magistrates and Sessions' Business, and who is acquainted with the routine of business in an Attorney's Office. All applications to be addressed, pre-paid, to L. E. Guardian Office, Cardiff. THE CARDIFF Advertiser and Mertliyr Guardian, AND PMTIM AT TIIF. OLD BANIC, DUKE STREET, CAR D IFF: 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, Boofc, IStatii, fltttr (Dritaiitriltat llrutttug In all its Branches. AO(VO)V"2-11 MANUFACTIJKKD AND RULED TO 4 \Y" P\TT15R V BOOKBINDING IN MOROCCO, BERSSIA, OR PLAIN; Stattottcrg of rtorg lacscrqittcm: LK'l'TNOTK, FOOI.8C I*, D .MY. MEDIUM, ROYAL SRPI2!J KOYAT. WHITING PAPKRS; PRNS, QUIf.l.S, KNVKL.OPKS. DHA WING-IMiNCILS, DKAWING-l'APEU, AND CARO HOARD; Pocket BIBLES, in Morocco Binding, 4s. 3d. to 5s. each. Small PRAYER BOOKS, ditto, 3s. 6d. each. POCKET AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS, HAIR, CLOTHES, TOOTH, NAIL, AND SHAVING BRUSHES, WINDSOR SOAP, &c., &c. ALL AT MOUt-.RATH CHARGES. THE NEWEST AND MOST POPULAR WORKS OF Til /<; DAY NOVELS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, &c., PROCURED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE: SCHOOLS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS. JUST PUBLISHED A GREAT VARIETY OF ALMANACS AM POCKET BOOKS ralt istla, NOW ON SALE AT THIS OFFICE. TO AnVEnTISSRS. 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. HENRY WEBBER, Agent to the" Sun Fire and Life Assurance Office." ——==00 :t,,<tO=- IMPORTANT to the INHABITANTS of CARDIFF Imperial Pekin Black Tea, At Gs. per lb. HONG BLACK TEA at os. Gd. per lb., and the IMPERIAL -GREEN TEA at 7s. per lb. In Scaled Packages of lbs., half-lbs., and quarter lbs. The Sole Agency for these exquisite Teas, for Cardiff, IS PLACED IN THE HANDS OF Mr. Henry Webber, "Advertiser and (iuarrtian" Office, Duke-Street. gg." The extraordinary demand for these Teas afford a guarantee, that cannot be given with other Teas, that they are GENUINE as Imported. FOR GOUT, RHEUMATISM, AND RHEUMATIC GOUT. SIMCO'S GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS are a S certain and safe remedy they restore tranquillity to the nerves, give tone to the stomach, and strength to the whole system. No other medicine can be compared to these excellent Pills, as they prevent the disorder from attacking the Stomach or Head, and have restored thousands from pain and misery, to health and qomfort. Sold by A. Willoughby and Co., late B. G. Windus, Gl, -Bishopsgate Without, and nearly all medicine venders, at 1s. 11d., or 2s. 9d. per box. 2 The Seventeenth Thousand. Just published, in a sealed envelope, price 3s.; wnt free on receipt of a post-office order for 3s. Gd. "MANHOOD THE CAUSES of its PREMATURE DECLINE, with PLAIN DIRECTIONS for its PERFECT RESTORATION addressed to those suffering from the destructive Effects of addressed to those suffering from the destructive Effects of Kxcessive iudidgence, Solitary Habits, or Infection; followed by Observations on Marr'age, Local and Constitutional Weakness, Mental and Nervous Debilty. Indigestion, Insanity, Consump. tion, &c., &c. Illustrated with Cases. &c., BY J. L. CURTIS & CO., Consulting Surgeons, 7, Irith Street, Soho Square, London. Seventeenth Edition. Pub'ished by the Authors, and sold bv Burgess, Medira Bookseller, 28, Coventry Street, Haymarket ;'Mann,39, Cornhill Strange, 2l. Patejnoster Row; Barth, 4, Brydges-street, Strand London j Sowier, 4, St. Anns Square, Alancliester; Philip South Castle tleet, LIverpool; Ferris and Score, Bristol. Gmst. Birmingham j F innin and Co. 41, Grafton Street. Dublin Holster and Co., Cork; Drtitnmond, 5, Blair Street, Edinburgh Straclian, Aberdeen Barnes, Glasgow Chronicle Office' Bangor; Journal Office, Carmarthen; limes Office, Hereford Chronicle Office, Shrewsbury; Henry Webber. Advertiser and Guardian Office, Cardiff; and sold in a sealed envelope by all Booksellers. Opinions of the Press This work. a TENTH edition of which is now presented to the pnillie-ten thousand copies have been exhausted since its first appearance, has been very much improved and enlarged by the addition of a more extended and clear detail of general principles, 'as also by the insertion of several new and highly interesting cases, The numberless instances daily occurring, wherein affections of the lungs, putting on all the outer appearances of consumption, which, however, when traced to their source, are found to result from certain baneful habits, fully proves that the p:inciple of the division of labour is nowhere more applicable than in medical practice. We feel no hesitation in sajing, that there is no member of society by whom the book will not be found useful. whether such person hold the relation of a Parent, a Preceptor, or a Clergyman."—t'un. Messrs. Curtis's work, called MANHOOD, is one of the few hooks now coming before the public on such a subject, which ran lay claim to the character of being strictly professional, at the same time that it is fully intelligible to all who read it. The moral and medical precepts given in it, render it invaluable. Magnet. The pernsal of Ales rs. Curtis's book, entitled AfAVHOOD, has re;:lly astonished ns by developing a series of maladies, the never-faiiing consequence of the vicious habit of which it treats. The clear connection printed out between the assigned cause and the effects is perceptible to every c-,ipacity.A. This is a work that we fear there exists too much need for, to cause us to hesitate to recommend it for general perusal. Every branch of those frightful maladies, whether the result of immoral habits or sfcret vices, is here succintly treated, and, divested of all medical technicality, plain and easy directions arc given for the best mode to be pursued in all cases, however complicated or apparently hopeless. To the married, as well as the unmarried, this little work alike affords consolation and cure in peculiar cases, and we are doing service to society in recom. mending it to general notice."—Essex and Her-ts Mercury. The scientific views taken by the authors, of the source and origin of many of the most distressing effects of certain depraved habits, fully establish their claim to the character of experienced surgeons and the result of our careful perusal of the work has been to impress us with a thorough confidence in the talent and skill of the authors, and to satisfy us that those entrusted with thec&re of youth are not a little indebted to them for furnishing them with a means of preventing some of the most frightful maladies to which flesh is heir."— Old England. Messrs. Curtis and Co. Are to be consulted daily at their Residence, 7, FRITH STREET, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON. COUN'TliY PATIKMS are requested to be as minute as possible in the detail of their cases the communication must be accompanied by the usual consultation fee of it, and in all cases the most inviolable secrecy may be relied on. N- [I. The above work sent free, enclosed in a SEALED EN- VELOPE, to anv addiess. on receipt of a Post-office order, for 3s. tJd., by Mr. HENRY IVEBBER, "Advertiser and Guardian" Office, Duke-Street, Cardiil". NOTICES, &c. GLAMORGANSHIRE. LMTRISSEIVT TUMPIKE TRUST. 4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT an AUCTION will be held at the CROSS KEYS INN, in the Town of LANTRISSENT, on FRIDAY, the 22nd4tay of DECEMBER next, between Jfae hours of One andvThree o'clock in the Afternoon, f&t LETTING, for ONE^JjjjfkR,' frc.n the 31ft .<lay qf>Sfeccmber nexfc the TOT T iWTtij 111 n'l 111 ulilcIT Mil diffarea* Gaf|» in the tij such conditiont as shall en I and there produced, which Tolls were Let last year for the sum of E,501, and will be put up at such sum, with such exceptions as the Trustees may think fit. Whosoever happens to be the best bidder must, at the same time (if re- quired). pay One Month in advance of the Rent at which such Tolls may be Let, and give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads, for the payment of the Rent monthly. WILLIAM JOHN, Clerk of the Trustees. Lantrissent, November 17, 1813. CIE OIN Tt4ctv LD.& APL PO-7WFRWrrOfd THE great superiority of PRICE and Co.'s Perfumery- has been so ineontrovertibly established by the distin- guished patronage of the Nobility and Gentry in every quarter of the Globe, as to render it unnecessary for Trice and Co. to do more than enumerate their leading Articles. Price's Golden Oil of Macassar Is the only Article that restores the Hair on bald places prevents Hair falling off, or turning Grey; changes Grey Hair to its original colour, frees it from scurf, and makes it beautifully soft, curly, and glossy. For dressing the Hair en Bandeaux and confining the short, loose hairs on the neck, so annoying to most Ladies, it stands unequalled. Ladies are requested to ask for 1J It ICE'S Golden Oil," 3s. 6d. per Bottle, with 28, Lombard Street" on the Label, as many Hair Dressers sell a spurious imitation, which destroys the colour, as well as the growth of the Hair. Price & Co.'s Abernethy's Specific Universally known as the only safe and efficient protector and beautifier of the skin and complexion; its virtues consist in thoroughly eradicating all pimples, spots, redness, tan, freckles, and other cutaneous defects, in healing chilblains, chaps, and in rendering the most rough and uneven skin pleasantly soft and smooth to the complexion it imparts a juvenile roseate hue, and to the neck, band, and arm, a delicacy and fairness unrivalled. Gentlemen wiil find it peculiarly grateful after Shaving Price 4s. mr. per Bottle. Caution.—"ASK TTSr FKTCt and Co.'s Abernethy's Specific for the Complexion," For the Toilet. PIUCE and Co.'s VICTORIA BOUQUET, the delicious fragrance of which has rendered it an especial favourite with Her Majesty, And stamped by the lovers of elegant scents as the most unique and supciior ever discovered. So highly is it valued. and so fashionable has it become, that there is scarcely an Assembly Room or Levee where its delicious fragrance is not predominant. 3s. 6d. and 7s. 6d. per Bottle. To Mothers. TRICE and Co.'s PATENT ALMOND OIL SOAP stands' unequalled for Chapped Hands, the delicate Skin of Ladies, and, above all, for the Washing of Infants. Price 2s. 6d. per packet. Purchasers are requested to notice that a Protection Label, from a design by Sir Wm. Congreve. with the Signature of '• PPICE and Co." in Red Ink, and 28, Lombard Street." in its centre is affixed to each packet, as some Shopkeepers offer a counterfeit, injurious to the Skin, when the genuine is asked for. Everv Mother should take care to possess PRICE'S DR. FRWIPTON'S POMATUM, recommended by the Faculty as indispensable to the Nursery, observing that none is genuine unless PRICE and Co.'s Protection Label is affixed thereto. Price and Co.'s Tooth Brushes. It is incumbent upon all who value their 'leeth, to obtain a brush that will clean the incrstices efficiently. Price and Co.'s Pateht Tooth Brush searches thoroughly into the divisions of the Teeth, and cleans in the most extraordinary and effectual manner, without injuring or even touchine the gums, the universal complaints against all others. They are made on a plan that the hairs never come out in the Mouth. Ptice Is. to 2s. 6d. To prevent counterfeits, each Brush is distinctly marked on the handle" PfilCKandCo., Montpellier House. 28, Lombard Street." Caution.—Ask for PRICE and Co.'s Patent Tooth Brush. Shaving a Xiuxury. PIlICR and Co.'s IIYPOPHXGOV surpasses everything ever invented for Shaving. One trial will prove that the luxury of a good Shave can he enjoyed only by those who use Price & Co.'s Hypophagon, which renders Shaving (hitherto disagreeable and often painful) pleasant 'and easy. Prepared by Price and Co Montpellier House, 28, Lombard Street, (late Price & Gosnell's) and sold by J. Delcroix and Co., 158, New Bond Street, and no where else in London, price Is. (id. per pot. Is. per square, in cakes for boxes is. fid. and 2s. 6d. Price and Co.'s Treble Distilled9 Or COSCENTHATED KSSBXCB OF LA V E'iDEH, six times the strength of the best Lavender Water, and unsophisticated with the sickly admixture of musk, ambergris, &c., is particularly adapted for sick or crowded Rooms, and recommended to the admireis of the genuine Lavender Perfume. It is distilled from Lavender Flowers, selected for tlifir exceeding sweetness, and aromatic properties, when those flowers are in their fullest vigour.—Price 3s. Gel., 55. 7s 6d and I Os. 6d. Price's Cold Cream. This innocent composition, entirely from vegetable materials- is the most delightful cosmetic ever invented for rendering the skin clcar, soft, and delicate it maintains its superiority over all imitations, and remains unrivalled for beautifying the complexion. Every genuine Pot bears a label, from a design by Sir William Congreve, with Price and Co., Lombard Street," in red ink, and "21)," conspicuous in its centre, to counterfeit which is felony. Price and Co.'s Johnstone's Patent OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP is delightfully fragrant and pleasant in use, and so superior to any other, and in such general demand. that manv DerSOliS are hasplv deceiving the nnhlir liv 01 J -T -t=' r- ""J selling a spurious imitation; the genuine is sold in Packets, price Is., ls. f)d.. and 2s. 6d. each. Caution to Shopkeepers. Price and Co., Perfumers to the itoyal Family, Montpellier House, 28, Lombard Street, (late Price and Gosnell's," and formerly Patey, Butts, Price and Co.'s") by the recommenda- tion of the Secretary of the Post Office, beg to impress upon their Correspondents the necessity of precision in the address of all letters intended for them." thus-" Price and Co." (and not Price and Gosnell that firm ceased to exist in 1831), as the only means of guarding against the fraudulent conduct of individuals who take in and retain letters and orders intend.d for Price and Co., by illegally assuming the firm of Price and Gosnell," well knowing they never were in any way connected with that firm, except as servants. Price & Co. hereby give Notice, that they will not be answerable for any Debts contracted by parties illegally assuming the filfrl Of ]'RICE, GOSNI,.I,I,and that Mr, PRICE, the only surviving Partner of the late firms of PRICE & GOSNELL," and I. PATEY, BUTfS, PRICE & Co. lias not, nor ever had, any connection whatever with individuals thus acting (contrary to law and equity) so dishonourably, evidently with the guilty intention of deceiving PRICE and Co.'s customers, and to pirate orders intended for their house. PHICE and Co.'s Johnstone's Patent Old Brown Windsor, Almond Oil Soap, Cold Cream, Price's Dr. Frampton's Nursery Pomatum, Price and Co.s Abernethy's Specific, Price's Golden oil Bear's (Jrease, Queen's Perfume, &c so much admired in the first circles of Fashion bear a protection label from a design by Sir Wm. Congreve, with the signature of 13RICE and Co., Lombard Street," in red Ink, and" 28 "conspicuously in its centre, without which none are Genuine. (ri u i ri e. PRICK & Co.'s PERFUMERY, celebrated SOAPS, BRUSUES &c., are to be had GENUINE in London only, at their Esta- blishment, 28, Lombard Street, and of their Agents in all the Cities and Towns of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. To prevent disappointment, and ensure punctuality, all Orders are requested to be directed to p;nc[< and Co. MONTPEJ.LIER HOUSE, 28, Lombard Street, Londoi. (Lale Price Gosnell's, and formerly Patey, Butts, Price § Messrs. PERRY and Co. have REMOVED their Establishment from Birmingham to No. 19, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London. Just Published the 13th Edition, Pri< e 2s. 6d., inclosed in a Sealed ienvzloiie, and Free to anv part of the United Kingdom 00 ipt of a P*;st-o!Bce Ordet for 3s 6d. THE SILENT FRIEND A MEDICAL WORK, on the concealed -cause that de- stroys physical energy, and the ability of manhood, are vigonr ha* established her empire; with obseivat!<'•/<* on baneful effects of YOUTHFUL EXCESSES and FYFKCTfoft. with Means of Restoration. The influence of mercury on the kin is pointer! out and illustrated bv engravinr/s followed bv ohsprvations on MARRIAGE, with directions for the removal of disqualifications, BY R. AND L. PERRY AND CO., CONSULTING SURGEONS, L 0 N D O N. Published by the A PTHORS, and Sold by STtIANGF,21, Pater- noster Row; WILSON, 18, Bishopsgate Sr,t PURKIS Compton Street.Soho JACKSON and Co., 130, New Hond Street, London; GIIF.ST,51, Street, Birmingham lirCKTON, 5. Briirorate, Leeds A DVERTISEr." Office, Cardiff; \V. PEP.K1 Ns, Haverfordwest; Jenkins. Merthyr and DowUis and by all Booksellers in Town and Cokintrv. PER -R Y' S Purifying Specific PHl3 Price 2s. 9d., 4s. Go., and lis. Dert) Observe, the signature of R. and L. PEHRY a d Co. on the outside of each wrapper). Are well known throughout Kurope and Ame irato be the most certain and effectual cure ever discovered for everv stage and svmptom of the Venereal Disease, in both s. xes, including Gonorrhoea, Gleets, Secondary Symptoms, Stricures, Seminal Weakness, Deficiency, and all diseases of the l-unary Passages, without loss of t'lne, confinement, or hindrance <om business. They have effected the most surprising cures not only in recent and severe cases, but when salivation and all other means have faileil and are of the utmost importance to th s,- iffliett-(i with Scorbutic Affections, Eruptions in any part of the body, Ulcera- tions, Scrofulous or Venereal Taint, being jus'lv calculated to cleanse the blood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection, and restore weak and emaciated constitutions to pristine health and rigour. They are particularly recommended to be taken before persons enter into the matrimonial state, lest the indiscretions of a parent are the source of vexation to him the remainder of his existence by afflicting his innocent but unfortunate offspring with the evil eruptious of a malignant tendency, an,1 a variety of other complaints, that are most assuredly introduced by the same neglect and imprudence. The Cordial Balm of Syriacum it intended to relieve those persons, who. by ui^immoderate indulgence of their passions, I.ave ruined their constitutions, or in their way to the consummation of that deplorable state are affected with any of those previous symptoms tçat betray its approach, as the various affections of the nervdks system, obsti- nate gleets, excesses, irregularity, obstructions, weaknesses, total impotency, barrenness, &c. A perseverance in its use has been the happy means of relieving many thousands, and of restoring a great number to the permanent enjoyment of life. It is remark- able for its efficacy in all disorders of the digestive organs, and is especially recommended to those, who, from the irregularities of youthful age. habits of studious application, or a life of pleasure, have fallen into a despondent state of mind, and that distressing train of symptoms commonly denominated the nervous. In such persons the mental are not less enfeebled than the corporeal, and to them a remedy that acts with efficacy, without interfering with domestic habits, is peculiarly desirable. Sold in Bottles, price lIs, each, or the quantity of four in one Bottle for for 33s. by which one I Is. Bottle is savcd. (Observe the signature of it. and L. PERRY and Co., ou the outside of each wrapper.) The Five Pound Cases (the purchasing of which will be a saving J'wwluo Shillings,) may he haó as usual at 19, Berner's Street, Oxford Street, London ami Patien's in the Country who re- quire a course of this admirable medicine, should send Five Pounds by letter, which will entitle him to the full benefit of the advantage. A G F.;NT FOR CARDIFF, MR. H. WEBBER, ADVERTISER" OFFICE.
'—1 A SUSPECTED REBECCAITE.-On Sunday evening last, about 8 o'clock, Issac Evans, the son of Mr. William Evans' of Gwernllath, a respectable farmer in the neighbourhood o Llanon, Cardiganshire, was taken into custody by Inspector Partridge, and five London police, on suspicion of Rebec- caism. The charge was, being concerned in the demolishing of the toll-house and turnpike at Llanon a few months since. The warrant for his apprehension was, it is said, signed by John Hughes, Esq., Alltlwd, on the information of a tramper who had been working at the farm of Gwernllath at the time the toll-house in question was. destroyed. The prisoner was conducted that night to Aberayron and lodged in safe custody. THE CURRENCY The following notice was circulated to-day:— The Governor and Company of the Bank of England do hereby give notice,— That, in obedience to Her Majesty's proclamation, dated the 2nd of October last, they will, from and after the 1st of January next, cut, break, and deface such gold coin below the legal cuirent weight as may from time to time be ten- dered to them. And further, that in pursuance of directions from the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, they will, up to the abovementioned period—viz., the 1st of January, continue to receive on account of the Government, at the price of £ 3 17s. lOd. per ounce, gold coin below the legal current weight. Bank of England, Nov. 30, 18-13." THE CHURCH IN SOUTH WALES. (From the Morning Herald's own Reporter.) The traveller who rides through Wales, rich as it is in all the grandeur, beauty, and variety of nature, nevertheless feels that in the prospect before him one feature is wanting, which frequently gives interest to less favoured places, and that is the ancient ivy-covered turret, or the Heavenward pointing" spire which from almost every point of view in England responds to the elevated sentiments awakened by natural scenery. Instead of these he sees at a long distance, ou some barren mountain or in some obscure glen, a miserable, unshapely whitewashed building, resembling rather a shed for agricultural purposes than an edifice for the worship of the CREATOR, and for religious instruction. Nor is his regret at this much lessened by the fact, that every road he travels, and every village he enters, is bestrewn with the meeting houses of all denominations, which although even on the Sabbath the church is almost empty, may be seen lighted up for service in the evening two or three times a week, and well attended by the peasantry. The IN-elsh are certainly not more religious than the rest of their fellow-countrymen, but they are decidedly a more chapel and church going people," Servicf" is to them what in England the ale-house is, or was, to the village politician—the club to the mechanic—or the theatre to the cockney. Moreover, contest as they may amongst themselves on points of doctrine, provided doctrine of some kind be preached to them, they are well content to hear it. The consequence of the paucity of churches therefore is, that the Welshman goes to chapel because he must go to service somewhere, and has no where else to go. When the church is open and the clergy of a district meet for the cele- bration of Divine service in the native tongue, as is now frequently the case, none attend more readily than the majority of those who at other times throng the chapels in the same neighbourhood, to hear invectives against Church establishments, and declamation against the doctrines of more or less of the Thirty-nine Articles. It follows from this, that the principle of apportioning funds for endowing and building churches with reference to the number of poor benefices and the amount of population is one not adapted to a country like Wales, with a population which is scattered over large districts. In many of the rural parishes In Wales, the church accommodation is probably nearly sufficient for the population, but the church being frequently placed in a corner of an extensive parish, is almost and sometimes quite out of the reach of three-fourtbs of the parishioners, while the service being performed alternately in a tongue they do not understand, they almost of necessity go to some of the many chapels they find near their houses, and are designated dissenters, whereas if the necessary accommo- dation were provided for them, numbers would readily avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing more faithful, if not more fervent expositions of the Gospel, and of learning the necessary connection (in Wales too little heeded) between religion and morality. I am informed that in the rural parishes the clergyman is sometimes occupied the whole day in travelling to administer the sacrament, or perform some other duty to a single parishioner, and it is manifest th at les such being the case, the duties of the clergy cannot be properly performed, that religious rites must be frequently neg'(ec^etij the parishioners be unvoted by and know little üf their minister, and their children be without education, or be educated in some other faith, to the present and future injury, not only of the Church, but of true religion also, IRELAND. IMPORTANT SEIZURE OF ARMS. Dublin, Nov. 30th.-Considerable sensation was excited this afternoon, says the Times correspondent, by the circula- tion of a report, which turned out to be correct, that a quantity of arms had been seized on board a steamer, lying at the -Nortliwall. On making inquiry, I was informed that the seizure was made under the following circumstances On the arrival at the quay this day of one of the City of Dublin Company's steamers, the Duchess of Kent, from Lnerpool, Mr. Inspector O'Connor, of the detective force, having received information which lod him to suppose that all was not right on board, was early in attendance, keeping a watchful look out. Having taken a close survey of the cargo of the vessel, he discovered a puncheon marked "emptr," directed to the care of Mr. Rounds, of Mary-street, in this city, a paper-stainer and house-painter- The slightest exami- nation soon convinced Mr. O'Connor that that puncheon was not "empty;" and, after loitering carelessly about for some tIme, he was accosted by a man, who mistaking him for one of the officers of the steamer, asked bis advice as to the best method of removing the consignment from the vessel. The inspector, having satisfied himself that the stranger was the person really to whom the suspected puncheon was consigned, at once claimed him as a prisoner. On being arrested, the man stated that his name was David Wilson that he was himself the master of a vessel, and that he was merely sent to take charge by another person of the" empty" pnncheon. He was then removed in custody, and the puncheon transferred to the office of the constabulary in the Lower Castleyard, where its contents were soon broached, and discovered to be —12 muskets, perfectly new, and of excellent workmanships 6 pistols, ditto; 12 swords, with old blades, of the pattern formerly used by the Light Dragoons, and now only worn by the Horse Artillery, but with new basket hilts; several sets of iron handcuffs and kneebolts, I think they are called, for prisoners and 12 pikes. The latter is by far the most formidable weapon I have ever beheld. From the details elicited at a subsequent examination of the parties before the magistrates, it appeared that they wanted the guns, &c., for a vessel going to Africa, and that the non compliance with the necessary forms in shipping subjected the parties to suspicion. After an explanation to this effect they were discharged, and the arms restored to the parties. REBECCAISM AND DISSENT. Much, says the reporter to the Morning Herald, has been written of late by the representative here of one of your con- temporaries respecting the dissenters, and I willingly bear testimony to the general fidelity in this respect of his state- ments. The dissenting ministers in the rural parishes of AN-ales appear to me to stand in much the same relation to the people as the Catholic priesthood in Ireland, and 1 certainly think they are equally connected with the recent disturbances in their respective counties. It is certain that publications, edited by dissenting ministers in Wales, have openly stimulated disaffection and encouraged outrage, and it is also certain that dissenting preachers have been frequently the chief grievance- mongers at public meetings. No men in Wales talk more ilnently, both in public or in private, of the oppressive burdens of the tolls, the cruelties of the new poor law, the abuses in tbft expenditure of the county stock, the superciliousness and in- justice of the magistrates, and, above all, of the enormous amount of tithes which they allege is annually extracted from pockets closed alike by conscience and by poverty, and appro- priated by the clergy. In addition to this the itinerant smiths and cobblers, who receive a call whenever trade is badr and therefore commence a circuit in search of customers and converts, have of late been little better timn «o>U.sr;™ "f sedition, while, independently of the errors they propagate,, they are themselves no small burden on the people. They receive, as do also the regular ministers when itinerating, the tithe of the fist," or from Is. to 5s. for every sermon, accord- ing to their station in the estimation of their hearers, and are also accomodated with board and lodging. It will readily be- seen, that under these circumstances such men have ample- opportunities for agitation, and there can be no doubt but that they have fully availed themselves of them. -1 have heard, much in defence of their illegal conduct, but with the exception of the methodists as a sect, and a few congregations of other denominations, I know of but very few attempts by the dis- senting preachers to use the power they possess over their congregations for the suppression of outrage and restorationi of tranquillity. From my observations in this country, I can- not but think that although in some respects it has been beneficial, yet on the whole the prevalence of dissent in Wales- is a great evil, both in a religious and political light, for as to. the former it has made men rather sectarians than christians, while as to the latter it has encouraged resistance to all autho- rity, the exercise of which is not in accordance with their pre- dilections or opinions. Moreover, I think some portion of the time which the Welsh spend at their chapels might be more- usefully employed in acquiring other knowledge of which they stand equally in need, and which I have regretted to perceive- there appears no disposition, even in such of their preachers as have it in their power, to communicate to them. In one respect, however, the dissenters in Wales, both in town and country, are entitled to much praise, and that is their exertions; in the education of children but even this, so far as the Church is concerned, is a prospective evil, which may be felt long after the other evils I have alluded to have been remedied- MINERAL OF SOUTH WALES. A hurried trip to the anthracite district of South Wales, tmoe- the publication of our last, has afforded at the opportunity of acquiring information as regards the mineral products of that portion of the Principality, and witnessing increased applica- tion of the advantages possessed in the several districts of cheapness of labour, and abundance of fuel for smelting pur poses. We fiud, for instance, in our route by way of Neath, a ship canal, or cut, in course of construction by Mr. Price, of Neath Abbey, works also erected for the manufacture of spel- ter and naphtha, in addition to the copper and iron-works im. that immediate neighbourhood—at the Cambrian 'Works another furnace is about being blown in, as also one at the- Margam Works, which, if we mistake not, belong to the same- company. At Yniscedwyn (Mr. Crane's) Wto find that the demand is beyond the make, while Triranamn finds a ready, sale at 31. 5s.-both of these works manufacturing; anthracite- pig with hot blast. At Ystalyfera, we are informed, their- cold-blast iron is of a superior quality, ant1, is much in deman&, although the weekly make is not srvch as was anticipated. Several new projects are, we understa nd, entertained and we may expect, ere long, to see the anthracite district vieing with the bituminous range, the superior; Ly of the iron manufactured being undoubted, and cornroandj ng, as such does, a higher price than iron produced from coking coal, either with cold or hot-blast—the latter imp? oving anthracite iron, while it deteriorate the quality of th*.t nroduced bv the use of bitumi- nous coal.—Mining journal. I COMMISSION OF INQUIRY (ABERYSTWITH). The Right Hon. Tnomas Frankland Lewis, together with the other Commissioners, arrived at Abervstwith on Friday evening last. Whether it arose from the'peaceable state of the upper district of Cardiganshire, or whether from the sbort- nees of the notice, the levee of the Commissioners was but thinly attended. Amongst those who called may be named a few, and out few, county magistrates, the functionaries con- nected with the administration of the new poor law, together with some of the guardians, and also a small sprinkling of farmers. 1 he complaints were the usual ones-tolls, tithes, the bastardy clause of the new poor law act, and the exorbitant amount of the county rate. The recent increase in that rate was particularly noticed, as it averages 7001. a year more for the last five years than it did for the nineteen preceding years- The average annual amount of the latter period being only w"e for the last five years it averaged 2345;, and in the last year amo-jDting to 28141. Amongst the items in the county rate the Mortmers' fees were adverted to aad it is said one of the r-Omlmtastoners remarked that of all the offices in the county the office of coroner is the most useless. It is said that the commissioners on inspecting the accounts of the turnpike t;ust, expressed their approbation of the system in which things are kept. On Tuesday morning the commissioners left. Abervst with for Radnorshire. What they wanted at Aber- ystwitlv the country people cannot find out. To hear griernnces" could scarcely be their object, or they would, h a-ve adopted means more manifestly adapted to that end. BAN KRUPTS,-(Tuesday).-Tllomas Alford, Harrow-roadr Paddington, licensed victualler John Hart, Quadrant, Regent-street, tailor.—Richard William Elliott, Compton- street, nianufacturin,silvcrsmi,b. -James Smith, Darenth,. Kent, carpenter.—Charles Williams, Sunderland, currier.— William Stone, Birmingham, printer.-Robart Lowes, Sun- derland, common brewer.—John Jones, Conway, Carnar- vonshire, shil)builder. -Thomas Fawcett and John 1uirlll Hollingworth, Cheshire, builders. '+. c_.j;. s