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MONEY. I by the GUARDIANS of, WANTED, by the GUARDIANS of NEATH UNION, the sun of £ 700, which will be secured on the Poor Ratesof-the several Parishes comprised therein. Any Person or Persons retftly or deiirous to lend the above Sum, at £4 per cenflnterest, 'are requested to apply to Mr Cuthbertson, Sol&itor, tb,imi or before the 27th instant. Neath, 16th .May, 1839, f JAMES MERCHA™ WIJgE AND SJBT COOPER, JVetff ths Custom ffouscp ♦ ^yHARF>! CARDIFF,^ 4w ^yHARF>! CARDIFF,^ (Provii J. E. Merchant's, Vat Maker, Bristol.) BEG8 to offer his sincere thanks to his Friends «nd the F»blic, forthe^tfpfOrttbey h*vel^nd!yy £ »- dered him dliiw^idutace in'Cardiff, and respectfully solicits a continuance of the same. N.B. Old Casks bought, sold, or exchanged. Brewing Utensils made and repaired. Business done at Cardif, in all its branches, on the Bristol Terms; whereby the expense of carriage is saved to the consumer. ORDERS PER POST PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 0.0 Two VATS, SECONDHAND, are now to be disposed of; capable of containing from 200 to 300 Gallons each. Also Five Working Pieces, containing Three Barrels each. A vacancy for an Apprentice.—A Premium will be required. WINES ANFspirits. D. EVANS & SON, IN acknowledging the kind and increasing sup- port which they have received from their friends, during the period they have been in the above business, beg to return them their sincere thanks. The Produce of Last Vintage (in consequence of con- tinued Rain) display b th a want of body and flavour. We, however, possess an AMPLE BON 0 ED STOCK of WINES of well known marks of approved Vintage, including that of 1834. Our STOCK of FOREIGN SPIRITS has been se- lected with the utmost attention to quality. and can be recommended with confidence. A constant supply of Barclay. Perkins and Co.s Superior Ales, Porter, and Stout. Assuring those friends who may entrust us with their orders, that the utmost regard will be paid to their Exe- cution. High Street, Cardiff, May 16, 1S39. LONDON HOUSE, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. THOMAS ANTHONY BEGS to announce his SECOND RETURN this Season FROM THE LONDON MARKET, and that his SHOW ROOM is again replete with every Novelty of the Day for Dress, &c. &c. From the very great extent of Ready Money Business done at this Establishment, the Proprietor is enab'ed to visit the Markets Monthly, thereby continually reple- nishing his Stock with everything that comes out New, and also obtaining the advantage of a Reduction in Prices, which invariably takes place in all description of Fancy Goods as the Season advances, and which the Public will find on visiting THE LONDON HOUSE. In the Silk department will be found about 80 Pieces of Gros de Naps, in Black, Drabs, Slate, and Browns, (only those Colours at this Price), bought a most decided Bargain, and will be all Sold at Is. 10Jd. per Yard, well worth 2s 8d.; also an immense Stock of Ducapes, Sat- tinnettes, Plain and Figured Lustres, Rich. Plain, and Figured British and French Satins in all the New Shades; Mouseline, de Laine, Town-printed Muslins, Shawls, Scarfs, Shawletts, Lace Veils, iMuslin and Lace Collars, Silk, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Tuscan and Straw Bonnets, Parasols, &c. &c. The Woollen Cloth, Hat, Linen, and Manchester de- partments will be found worthy the attention of Families &c. &c. The Public are not sufficiently aware of the nature and extent of this Concern, therefore it is, that an Advertisement is had recourse to. The system adopted in this Establishment, is the same as in all the leading Retail Houses in London, and other large Cities, (and indeed the only one that can ensure a permanent and respectable Business), namely, every article is marked in PLAIN FIGURES the lowest Price it will be Sold for; and no Person in this Shop will be allowed to ask more or take less. The object being to do a very large Trade at the smallest rate of Profit. T. A. respectfully begs to state, that the Business must be done entirely For Ready Money. TEETH. MR EDWARD KING, SURGEON DENTIST, BEGS to inform the Gentry of BRECKNOCK, and the surrounding Counties, that he still con- tinues to restore decayed Teeth, and to supply the deficiencies with NATURAL, ARTIFICIAL, and MINERAL TEETH, fixed from one to a complete set. on principles approved by the Medical Practitioners of Brecon, and other towns on Mr King's circuit; and may be consulted at Mrs DUNCAN'S, SHI P STRH L • Teeth stopped with Gold, Platina, and Miner.il Cement. Teeth cleaned, loose Teeth fa-tened, and Children's Teeth regulated. Families attended at their residences, if preferred, free of additional charge. All letters (past paid) will meet immediate attention; address Forge VIlla. near Brecon. Railroad Vans from Londonlii HAINES'S RAILROAD VANS IEAVE the BLOSSOM'S INN, LAWRENCE LANE, CHKAPStDK, every Evening, except Sunday,at Six.on the GRKat WESTERN RULVVAY to MAIDENHEAD, and thence through HENLEY, BENSON. OXFORD, and WITNEY, to CHELTEN- HAM, in 36 HOURS; MONMOUTH in 48 HOURS; and HEREFORD in 50 HOURS; conveyiug Goods to I all pirts of SOUTH WALES, quicker than by the circnitons route of the London and Birmingham Rail way and without the repeated shifting to which Goods sent by that route are subjected. Conveyance from jttanclieBter by Railway. THOMAS STURLAND, BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public, that he is prepared to FORWARD GOODS BY RAILWAY and CANAL, daily, from his Warehouse, r Castle Field, Manchester, to Birmingham and Worces- ter; thence by North and Co.'s Fly Vans, to Ross, Mon- mouth, Abergavenney, Crickhowell, Hay, Brecon, Merthyr, Tredegar, Llandovery, Llandilo, Carmarthen, and all parts of South Wales; also, by Water to New- port, Cardiff, Pontypool, Tredegar, Newbridge, and Neighbourhood. „ Please be particular in Ordering by STURLAND." May, 1839. NORTH AND CO's WAGGONS, LEAVE the undermentioned places as fol- lows :— LONDON. 33, White Cross Street, every Mon- day, Wednesday, and Saturday Evenings, in 5 days. GLOUCESTER.. Tanner and Baylis's Office. every I Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Mornings at 10, arriving the following Evening. WORCESTER North's Waggon Office, every Tues- day, Thursday, and Saturday Mornings at 11, arriving the second Evening. BIRMINGHAM.. Haine's Van Office, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Evenings at 8, arriving the second evening. OXFORD. Haine's Van Office, Corn Market* every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 12 MANCHESTER.. By Sturland, or Crowley and Co., to Worcester, thence per North and Co. HEREFORD Haine's Van Office, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Mornings at 4. PISTOL Per Tredegar and —— Sloops every Thursday. Goods are requested to be directed per Nofth and Co gud ordered to the above Offices, to prevent mistakes. WANTED immediately, a COOK, who tho- roughly understands her basinet; She must be well recommend fjom her l#st situation. Apply to Mr Daniel ■^Thomas, Tredegar Arras Hotel, Tredega-r, (if by letter, postage paid.) .ASSISTANT WANTED. WANTED irafeedialely, an Active, Steady, W and industrious YOUNG MAN, possessing a thorough knowledge of the DRAPERY BUSINESS. Apply (if by letter, post paid) to Mr'J. James, Draper, High Street, Merthyr Tydfil. CROWN COPPER WORKS, NEATu, GLAMORGANSHIRE. •«. TBEIate kett,ofA'hdqrow'n Copper and Spelter H. Co. (being disengaged in consequence of the recent Sale of the Works) is desirous of meeting with a similar or any other commercial appointment, in which the Assistance of an Active and Confidential Superintendent is required. Letters addressed (post paid) to Mr Cecil, Neath, will meet with immediate attention. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of tL Chancery, made IN a Cause HEK MAJESTY'S ATTORNEY-GENERAL versus MOOR. the Creditors of WILLIAM EDWARDS, late of SWANSEA, in the County ofGLA MORGAN, Doctor of Medicine, deceased, (who died in or about December, 1832), are by their Solicitors, on or before the 31st day of MAY. ]839: to come in and prove their D hts, before James William Farrer, Esquire, one of the Masters of the said Lourt, at his Chambers.in Southampton Buildings. Chancery Lane, London or, in default thereof, they will be peremptorily excluded the Benefit of the said Decree. RICHARD NATION, Somerset Street Portman Square, Agent For J. JACKSON piilCE. Swansea. Glmorganshire Canal Navigation. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the AN- NUAL GENERAL MEETING or. Assembly of the Company of Proprietors of this held at the CARDIFF ARMS I* 'n'he CARDIFF, on WEDNESDAY the 5th Day of JUNE next, at the hour of Eleven in the Fojenoon. GEO. FOKrtESl. Clerk to the Company. Navigation House, 15th May, 1839 BRECONSHIrE. TO BRIDGE B 111LDS as. T>ERSONS desirous of C^RACTING^ for IT BUILDING a NEW BilU' i,ANRHYD, in SIRUOWY, at or near a place calle'^ Connty Qf the Parish of LLANGUNNIDLR, s cl-ficatioti which BRECON, according to the 1 lan and P |n Ejtj_ may be seen at my Ofhc» are desire* 1 GENERAL mates of i^xpewc .hereof at £ ce f0r the said QUARTER ShhS ONS of ''•« ^Shire H „ in h Pnnntc which will be held at the c Town of BRECON, on TUESDAY, the Second Day of JULY next. Dated this 16th Day of May, 1839. POW „ Clerk of the Peace. BRECONSHlRE- Llanynis Tithe Confutation. NOriCR IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a PUBLIC MEETING of the LANDOWNERS of the above- mentioned Parish of LLANYNIS,will be holden at the LION HOTEL, in the Town of BUILTII. in the said County of Brecon, on MONDAY the Tenth Day of JUNE next, at 12 o'clock at Noon, at which Meeting the Landowners, having any maps or plans of their respective Estates, are requested to produce the same, and to select and agree upon such of them as shall be used by the valuers chosen in making the apportionment of the rent charge agreed upon in lieu of the Tithes of the said Parish and also to direct the said valuers ac- cording to the provisions of the Acts of 6th and 7th Wm. 4, cap. 71. and 1st Vict, cap. 69; in default whereof the valuers will proceed to make the apportion- ment under the powers given to them by the said Acts. E. VAUGHAN, Solicitor. Builth, May 20th, 1839. ^CKJBACONRY or BBECON. T"<HE ANNUAL MEETING of the Subscribers to the CLERICAL CHARITY, in this Arch- deaconry, will be held at the SW\N INN, BRECON on TUESDAY the Fourth Day 0f JUNE, when a SERMON will be preached on the occasion, at J] o'clock in the Forenoon, in St. Mary's Chapel, by the Rev. R. W. P. Davies. A M., Rector of Llangasty-tal-y-llyn. A Collection in aid of the Funds of this Institution will be made at the chapel doors after service. Dinner at 8s. each, on the table at Four o'clock STEWARDS. CHARLES CLAUDE CLIFTON, Esq. Tyina-sr. REV. WILLIAM JONES, Llandifailog. JOHN WILLIAMS, Secretary. Brecon, May 20th, 1839. WE, the undersigned, being Land-Owners or duly authorized Agent's of Land-Owners within the Parish of LLANGANIEN, jn County of BRECON, whose interest is not less than one-fourth part of the whole value of the Lands subject to Tithes in th.- said Parish of Llanganten, DO BY Tills NOTICE in writing under our hands, CALL a PARO- CHIAL MEETING of L VNO-OWNERS and TITH K- 0 >VNERS within the limits of the said Parish, for the purpose of making an Agreement for the General Com- mutation of Tithes within the limits of the said Parish, mutuant to the provisions of an Act passed in the Sixth and Seventh W.lliam 4th, c, 71, intituled An Act for the Commutation of lithes in England and Wales;" and, we do hereby give Notice, that such Meeting will be held at the Dwelling-house of JOHN DAV I ES, Called CAE PANDY, situate in the said Parish of LLAN- GANTEN, in the County of Brecon, on MONDAY, the Tenth day of JUNE next, at the Hour of Twelve o'Ciock at Noon. Given under our hands this Thirteenth day of May, ,S39' G. P: WATKINS, ESQ., By J. LI. V Watkins, MRS MARY PRICE, By Thomas Price. GAZETTE AND GUARDIAN OFFICE, High. Street, Merthyr Tydil. MR J. E. DIBB, Respectfully requests the attention of the Public to his entirely new and superior stock of STATIONERY. The whole has been selected with considerable care, and is marked for sale at very moderate prices. Blotting Cases. Quarto Blotting Cases; very neally q 1 6 cloth .•••••••••••* 0 2 fi Ditto; embossed roan, with V Ditto; superior embossed roan, «>»> P°«et«, Q g Q lock and key 0 2 6 Ditto black roan 033 Foolscap Ditto. Bankers' <fc.Counting Bouse Cases. rackets each, black roan, Seven different sizes nve poc Is. 6d., Is. 9d., 2s., 2s. 6d., -s. 2j 6d 2j gd Tbe same, very superior mock » 3s., 4s., 4s. 3d., 4s. 61\ and 53. k Pocket Books OF A VERY SUPERIOR DESCRIPTION. Three sizes, each containing th«e pockets, and other conveniences, 2s. 6d., 2s. 9d and 3s. Weekly Memorandums. with a page of Ass s skin Various eizes, in roan cases *« for each day, Is. 3d., ls.6d. whh ]eaveg of The same, in the form of tab Ass's skin, in very superior roan two pockets, 2s., 2s. 6d and roan cases, fastening Memorandum ocket HooKs, > with loops 9d., Is., Is. 2d., and -i. gj 2s,, The same in mock Russia, very P » • •» 2s. 3d., and 2s. 6d. Rulers OF VARIOUS SIZES .A!'fD PRICES. The same, with Waf.r Stamp, Indian Rubber, and Pencil enclosed, :ls. 'J' The same, with Wafer Stamp, Indian Rubber, and Pen and Pencil enclosed, It- 6d. TO BE LET, I^HE VEINS of COAL, lying under 98 Acres, within a mile of NEWBRIDGE. A Tram-road runs through the Property. -1 For particulars enquire of Mr James Williamson, New. Mill, Cowbridge. 'of TO B fe SOLD, AVERY STRONG L&PBLE^ATED PONY, CAR- RIAGE, with a strbng Mountain Cob, five year old, and Harness, all iii,good condition. Apply to William Fulford, Ivy Lodge, Swansea. Votes for the Coutity of Brecon and the Borough oj Merthyr Tydvil. TO XiET rOB. BtJTLDlNG, I^HEFARM andtANDScalled "NEWTOWN," t or GODRI"- CORD, on the west-side of Coed- Cymer, adjoining CYFARTHFA IRON WORKS, at the Low Price of Twopence halfpenny per yard, per annum, for the term of Ninety-nine years the Lessee having the option of buying the Freehold at Twenty Yeat-spurelt(ise! thereby enabling the purchaser at an easy outlay, to qualify himself to vote for the County of Brecon and the Borough of Merthyr Tydvil. Such Land as may be wanted, adjoining the rivers Taf Vawr and Taf Vechan, requiring the use of those waters, will be charged a Ground Rent of Six Pence per yard only. Sand of very excellent quality, (vein three and a-half feet in thickness), at a royalty of one shilling per ton and excellent building stone at sixpence per perch royalty to be disposed of on the said Property. Ap plicati." to be made to the Proprietor, H. Jones; or. Mr l'hos. Adney, High Street, Merthyr. All letters must be post paid. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Co tie net, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, rPHE extensive FARMS of TONMAWR and FOllCHLA ES situate in the Parish of MlCHAEL- STONE SUPRR AVON, containing nearly 600 Acres, and latey 10 the occupation of a Lessee for life, at the rent of X80 per annum. For particulars apply to Mr William Llewellyn, So- licitor, Neath, if by letter, postage paid. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Co be Soltr tili auction, ( By Order of the Trustees for Sale,) At the WYNDHAM ARMS, in the Town of BRIDG. END, on SATURTH Y, the 1st day of JUNE, 1839, between the hours of 2 and 4 in the Afternoon, (sub. ject to such conditions of Sale as shall be then pro- duced,) r CUST°MARY or COPYHOLD MES- ITAIIM °r Tenement of Lands, called BEVOS F ARM. containing by admeasurement 65A. 1R. 38P situate in the Parish of Merthyr Mawr, in the said rio' yA, Farin « subject to a chief rent of tl is. 9d. per annum, only. The greater part of this Farm lies within a ring fenee- lt consists of Arable and Pasture Land, of good quality. It lie about 4 miles from the rapidly improving Town of Bridgend, and about 2 iniies from the Railroad lead- ing from Maesteg to Porthcawl. For further particulars apply (free of postage), to Mr E. Bassett, Solicitor, Lantwit Major, and for a view of the Premises to the Tenant. GLAM ORGANS flIRE. Co bt$oftr bLD Auction, By Mr THOMAS EVANS, At the WYNDHAM ARMS INN, in the Town of BRIDGEND, on SATURDAY, the 22nd day of JUNE next, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, sub" ject to conditions of Sale to be then produced. ALL those FOUR FREEHOLD FIELDS or closes of valuable LAND, called Caia Shag'and Caia Dorian, containing by admeasurement, 16A. 3tt 17p or thereabouts, situate in the Parish of Coitv in the County of Glamorgan, now in the occupation of Mr William Leyshon, and Mr Edward Loveluck at moderate rents. The above premises abound 10 Lime Stone, and have a constant supply of Water; and are situate within a quarter of a mile of the improving t0wn 0f Bridgend, part thereof fronting the J urnpike l?oad lf-wtir. "(mm Ldgcd ,o C.ychnrch, scite for the erection of a country residence Further particulars may be had of \tP Solicitor. po,, will show the premises. GLAMORGANSHIRE. (to De OnJ bV ttction, By Mr DAVID THOMAS, At the CASTLE INN, in the T0wn Qf NKATH WEDNESDAY, the 19th Day 0f JUNF^V Four o'clock in the Afternoon, sublet v Sale to be then produced, ,HJ«T to conditions of LOT L A LL those seven newly erecied COTTAGES or DWELLI: r ■• situate in the upper part of Orchard Street, In the Town of Neath, aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mr David Thomas, Victualler, and his undertenants. The above J™ ^ect a Lease granted thereof to Mr David 1 homas> for thfi term of Three Lives "0^v and a2ed 53. 31 and 20 years, at the Annual Kent of £ 8 lis Od LOT 2.Ail that DWELLING-HOUSE. situate in Water St.e.t m the rown of Neath, aforesaid, with the New annexed, well adapted for Warehouses, and lately used as thfl Nealh house. LOT 3.—All that PIECE of GARDEN FJROIJN D p„„ of th. Old Workhouse or frontage 4<^ >,ard"' 'n breadth 44 yards, or there- abouts, as will be particularly described on a plan to be produced at the Sale. This Lot is eligible for building upon. Further particulars may be had on application to Mr Cuthbertson, Solicitor, Neath, (if by lettPeP pQStage tQ fee DESIRABLE INVESTMENT IN FREEHOLD ESTATES, AT LONG ASHTON AND FLAX BOURTON, SOMERSET. IN THE MONTH OF JULY NEXT, Messrs FARGUS and SON, Will offer to the Public, in suitable Lots (unless disposed of in the mean time by Private Contract), A BOUT 350 Acres of MEADOW, PASTURE u .?0D a[ld ARABLE LAND, beautifully situated a Slt^e of the Hill, and in the Vale of ASHTON in the County of SOiMERSET, six miles from Bristol, near the High Road. This Estate comprises the Manor and Old Manor House of Gatcombe Court; good Lands, Farm Houses. neat Cottage, and Water Mill; and beautiful Sites for Uuildings; Coal Iron and Lead Ore lie beneath the surface of a great part of this Land, within a short distance ,) f the Bristol and Exeter Railroad. The working of which Mines would in no wise interfere with the beauty of the view, from or of the wooded sites for erecting a Magnificent Mansion, if desirable. The Farm Estates, Cottage and Mill, may be seen by application to Mr Hitchinan, Mrs Starr, Mr Goulstone, and Mr Dix, the respective Tenants. FLAX BOURTON. The Estates in this Parish contain about 200 Acres of excellent Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, well wooded, and pleasantly situated, comprising the Resi- dence of the late Mrs Sparrow, deceased, with suitable wardens, Pleasure Ground, Coach House, Stable and other convenient Buildings; a Water Grist Mill, called Bourton Mill, now in full work Farm Houses and con- venient Outbuildings. For a view of the Farms and Lands belonging to each, apply to Messrs Powles, Baker, Lewis, and Derrick, re- siding thereon. For Tickets to view Gatcombe Court, and dwelling House, of the late Mrs Sparrow, and Bourton Coombe, apply to Mr Joseph Fisher, Solicitor, Cleve- Yatton, near Bristol, who will furnish further particulars, if addressed by letter post paid.' Further particulars of the Estate will appear in future Papers. CleveiYatton, near Bristol, May Gtb, 1839. | VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ,\1 £ ol# bp Auction, On the Premises. &1^§&FFRYN ABERDARE, on TUESMH^JUNE 4th, rpHE HOUSEHOyMjbRNlTURE of J. BRUCE ■ PRYtffc, Esq., cf Feather Beds, Bedding Mattrasses. Mahogao|^JHfcg ancj other Tables, Sofas, :Chairs, Wfe. and WahaSgliy Wardrobes, Chests of »lrawers, Grahd Piano, HKires, Carpets, and all the other usual Furnitiire ofta Gentleman's residence. Also a valuable Saddle H<flfeand Cart Horse. The whole to be Soldyithout reserve. The Sale to comneggace at Eleven o'clock. MERTHYR TYDVIL. Valuable Leasehold Property. On MONDAY MAY 27th instant, WILL BE v llmmptorilp -DID 1)1) aurttoit, By Mr JOHN JONES, At the CASTLE INN, MERTHYR TYDVIL, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, in the following Lots, viz.:— LOT 1ST. ALL that Old Established PUBLIC HOUSE, the WELLINGTON or JACKSON'S BRIDGE, situate at Jackson's Bridge, in the Parish of MERTHYR TYDVIL; consisting of a very spacious House, with an excellent Cellar, Brewhouse, a Pump abundantly sup- plied with Water, two Stables, Warehouse, Garden, and every convenience requisite for carrying on an extensive Innkeeping business, which has been carried on with ureat success for the last 20 years by the late Proprietor, and might be conveniently adapted for other business held under a Lease for the unexpired term of 69 years, subject to the yearly Ground Rent of £2 Is. 7d. LOT 2ND—FOUR DWELI.ING HOUSES, in front of the street, and near lot 1st, wilh cellars; and let at the annual rents of f29 Is. LOT 3RD.—FOUR DWELLING HOUSES and a CARPENTER'S SHOP, immpdiately behind lot 2nd; and let at the yearly rents of E20 6s. LOT 4TH.-SIX DWELLING HOUSES facing lot Three; and let at the yearly rent of £ 27 6s. Lots 2, 3, and 4, are held under a lease for 99 years, of which 59 yearc are now unexpired, subject to the yearly ground rent of £ 4 5s. 9d. LOT 5TH.—A STABLE, conveniently situated near the three last preceding lots, held under a lease of which 85 years are unexpired, at the yearly ground rent of 2s. 7d., and now let at the yearly rent of £4 4s. Further particulars may be obtained on application to Mr Edward Paynter, Grocer. Merthyr; the Auctioneer; or at the office of Messrs. Meyrick and Davies. By her Majesty's Command. 4CI50 REWARD! \\7HEREA«, THOMAS JARWAN, late of T1 Llanidloes, Carpenter, was apprehended at Llanidloes on the 30th of April last, on a charge of and rescued by a Mob, and HATH SINCE ABSCONDED. AND WHEREAS, DAVID JENKIN HUGHRS. late of Llanidloes, Printer, and ABRAHAM OWE N, of the same place, Weav base tfbsccinfled to avoid ap- prehension for the offen'ce of unlawfully training and drilling to Arms. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the above reward of £150 will be paid as follows that is to say-Fifty Pounds to any person who shall reapprehend, or give such information as will lead to the reapprehension, of the above-mentioned Thomas Jarman. And Fifty Pounds to any person who will I give such information and evidence as shall lead to the apprehension of either of them the said David Jenkin Hughes and Abraham Owen, and to the conviction of either of them of the above-mentioned offence. The said THOMAS JARMAN, is a Carpenter, aged about 30, stands about 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, stoutly made, has broad round shoulders and short thick neck, a round wide face, small eyes and wide mouth when last seen, had on a blue or' brown coat, light-yellow cotton waistcoat with a sprig pattern upon it, white trowsers with stripes on it and light-striped cotton neckerchief. The fingers of his right hand are slightly contracted, and the third and fourth fingers of his left hand are much contracted. The said DAVID JENKIN HUGHES, is a Printer, about 25 years of age, a native of Denbighshire, is about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, of very slender make, long and sallow visage, black hair and whiskers, un. healthy appearance, teeth much discloured, is usually dressed in black. The said ABRAHAM OWEN, is a Weaver, about 40 years of age, stout and muscular, about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, has sandy coloured whiskers, usually wears a drab coat, short smockfrock, and breeches. Jarman and Owens are natives of Llanidloes. I he Rewards above mentionell will be paid by the the Mayor of Llanidloes who is authorized by her Majesty's Sectretary of State to offer the same. IRON WORIFRSTSAMT TitE PROPRIETOR"; nO IRON WORK, in the County of LANARK, '>avin? °xtcnt of Land and Minerals attached to it, is disposed to sell the same, and is readv to treat with any party inclined to purchase. The LAND extends to about eleven hundred Acres, and the MINERALS to about thirty-four hundred Acres—the whole free of any rent, feu-duty, or lord- ship. The MINERAL FIELD contains several seams of COAL, suited to IRON MAKING, and a SEAM of CANAL COAL—IRON-STONE in great variety, extending over the whole property, among these the Blackband, of excellent quality and thick- ness, to the extent of upwards of five hundred Acres, and several SEAMS of LIME-STONE. The present winnings of COAL and IRON-STONE will last at an out-put adequate for four or five fur- naces for many years to come, and the LIMESTONE can be had in any quantity close to the surface. There is command of water for all purposes and abundance of FREESTONE, FIRE CLAY and COMMON BRICK CLAY and SAND. The blast engine is capable of blowing five furnaces to the extent now generally done in Scotland. There is a FORGE and ROLLING MILL. which, with a trifling outlay in alterations and repairs, are capable of producing 200 tons of bar iron weekly, and the works in general are well found in machinery and implements of every description. There is a Mansion-House, Manager's, and Clerk's Houses, Inn, Store, and other Buildings, and a pretty full complement of Workmen s Houses, with Work- shops, &c. The MINERALS lie near the sutfaee> are easiIy wrought, and cheaply produced, and the carriage of the manufacture to the different markets is moderate; that to London not exceeding in all, from the Works, sixteen shillings a ton. he PIQ is strong and of a superior quality, being wen adapted for all kinds of Foundry Castings, and it produces the very best des- cription of BAR IRON. There is a considerable stock of Materials on band, which the purchaser may have at a valuation; also the benefit of any existing e,)gagements with workmen and others, so far as trftiisferable.-Im mediate entry to be given to tl)e whole. A most eligible opportunity is here afforded to any party wishing to enter into the Iron Trade, particularly to a Capitalist or a Joint Stock Company, from the scope which the subject ottered presents for the ex- ercise of capital in the extension there of the Iron manufacture in all its branches, and under the most favourable circumstances. The payment of the price may be made to suit the convenience of a purchaser. The most ample and satisfactory information will be given. In the mean time, for further information, application may be made to Messrs. William Graham and Sons, London; Edmund Buckley, Esq., Manches- tcr; Thomas Boyd, Esq., Liverpool Benjamin Gib- bons, Esq., Level Furnaces, Staffordshire: John Wilson, Esq., of Dundyvan Iron Works, Glasgow William Dixon, Esq., Glasgow; or Mr F. UNDERWOOD, tiainbro' Wharf, Bristol Duffryn Llynfi and Porthcawl Railway. XJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the AN- NUAL GENER\L MEETING of the PlW- tKFETORS in the above undertaking is appointed to be held at the PYLE INN, in the County of GLAMOR- GAN, on MONDAY, the 3rd Day of JUNE next, at 12 o'Clock precisely, in conformity with the pro- visions of the Act. LEWIS R. FITZMAURICE, Clerk to the Company. Porthcawl, May 20th, 1839. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. Contracts for Works. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the DI- RECTORS WILL MEET at their OFFICE in CARDIFF, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th Day of MAY instant, at Twelve o'Clock, to RECEIVE TENDERS for the execution of the following Works, viz:— CONTRACT No. 22. (L L A N C A I C H BRANCH.) Being the Excavation and Formation of the Cuttings and embankments, and the Construction of all Bridges, Culverts, and other Masonry, Retaining Walls, and the entire completion, (except ballasting and laying the Permanent Rails) of that portion of the Line extending from the termination of the Contract No. 13, in the Parish of Llanfabon, to a point in fields marked No. 7, in the Parliamentary Plan, in the Parish of Gelly Gaer, being a distance of about 226 Chains. Drafts of the Contracts, with Plans and Specifications of the Works, will be ready for inspection at the En- gineer's office, at Maendy, near Cardiff, on and after Monday, the 6th day of May inst. Pri^telFof.ms Tender may be had there, or at the Office in Cardiff, and no others will be attended to. The Parties whose Tenders are accepted will be re- quired to enter into a Bond, with Two Sureties, for the due performance of their Contract, and the names of the proposed Sureties are to be Specified in the Tender. The Tenders must be delivered at the Office in Cardiff, on or before Twelve o'Clock, on the said 29th day of May, and the parties tendering, or persons duly autho- rized by them, must be in attendance at the time of Meeting. The Dirctors will not bind themselves to accept the lowest Tender. By order of the Board, JOSEPH BALL, TaffVale Railway Office, Cardiff, May 16, 1839?"' ftHEFF'ELD AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY CONlRACrS.—The following CONTRACTS on the above line WILL BE LET from sealed proposals in the order hereinafter stated. The Plans. Sections, Working Drawings, Specifica- tions, and also the Drafts and Contracts, may be seen and copied and printed Forms of Tender obtained, at the Offices of the Company, or of the Engineer. The line is distinctly trigged out on the ground, and branded pegs set down at every chain length, and will be pointed out by one of the assistant engineers if re- quired. The Tenders are to be delivered in sealed, and ad- dressed to the Secretary, at the Offices of the Company only. No Tender will be entertained, unless made and filled up on one of the printed forms, nor unless the parties proposing, or their representative, attend per- sonally, and produce an undertaking (on a form of letter which will be supplied, to be properly filled up and) signed by two responsible parties, engaging to become sureties, in the event of the Tender being accepted. The Directors will meet at twelve o'clock at noon, to open the Tenders, and declare the lettings, upon each of the days following those appointed for the delivery of the respective proposals. • 0-0-3-3U-C -Dta. -r f. <" S <s f J5 -c-a-c-aj: a S S £ CU "S"="3~o-a -a „ o ■< ooooco 7 "—" 7 •••••* ■ £ so P-, 2 >1 S -S I Jj M'NWW'- g* —I — ,A H £ <0 tf 'aSuuipxg UIO0 C O a o JO MisaipuBKi 5 ''flipewrj 'fif '°H B O § 'ea^H/O *§ 52 K §} S^CuBdttlOQ 3111 IV o E ~— —~ • • 'si* W -o"6 .2« 9 (5 s | o S -r-S-5-5-S-5*5-" £ .iB aocoaoao^iao 'g r/j IMPKNtN—1 iN «3 J <D a. 5 g-o g ■=! o «5; s £ 2 0- 3 o c_* "2 o o s C .2 o -2" « c M S • S.3 P< 2. — >2 2— £ — 1 a £ Z -2 rh ft- = g" J a cj?c-gs-a.2'g.Sc o0 > „ =2 s « K a"0 o 3 2 • .—; '« g K -2 a >,>,>,>,>, S a, « £ £ £ £ JS £ O Q g« K £ •=■ £ -5-a -■ £ 2 5 M 4? •5 5! "-1 O OS =—-■ s S Q s '• '• • • J » 33 • • ts. g • -o • ao • • • • a •• ■g m • <9 v 2 .9- » a •fe fc- C.G-JC* • •• 4/g § 8 2,° 10,0-11 III is gQCQ-o a s s a « H «! C. Q S J ju O a £ B E ■ 2 •• H — O cS L_ S S3 N.B. The remainder of the Contracts between the Summit Tunnel and Manchester will be ready for letting before Midsummer. 9 The Tunnel commences near Audenshaw Clough. about a mile above Woodhead. on the Saltersbrook road to Sheffield, and eighteen miles from Manchester, and extends into Yorkshire to near Dunford Bridge, over the river Dun, six miles above Peniston. The strata in the tunnel are presumed to alternate in rock and shale. The shafts and boreholes will be let Singly or otherwise. The Ardwick Contract commences at the Junction with the Manchester and Birmingham Railway near Blind-lane, Ardwick, at the outskirts of the eastern side of Manchester, and extends to near the Gorton apposite .b. F.M.U W.lk. o» ,1« .SSto £ under-Lyne, a distance of two and three-quarter miles The work consists of about twenty bridges,' .^verai culverts, an aqeduct for the Stockport branrV It .1 Ashton Canal, a great extent of retaining ™11. a about 180,000 cubic yards of excavation. The Calcoates Contract extends from r of the tunnel, near Dunford Bridge, about eastern face the valley of .he river Dun. The S d°WD bridges and culverts, and the diversion of s"me and the adjacent brooks. The excavation »-n rlver !n to spoil, the above contract is sit«al'd J, ?? Partly of Peniston, and about eight miles south of Hnddewfield1 The Hattersley Contract extends from „ near the Turnpike road from Mottram in I „n?jdVei P" towards Stockport, to the west-end of the Fit, duct at Old Broadbottom Brow, on the riv„ dividing Cheshire and Derbyshire, and opposite ^"e^t Hill Mill, being a distance of about one mile »r„i r chains. The work includes several bribes viaduct, and a considerable extent of retaining V? and about 300,000 yards of earthwork some n? i,' will go-to spoil. The above is situated nine "r ten m'es east of Manchester, and about a mile south of Mottram The Gamesley Contract extends from th» J i the Etherow Viaduct to the west end o™he Jpat °' at Dinting Vale, on the turnpike r^d"V^hetw Glossop, and about twelve miles from Manchester This work contains several bridges and culverts _u £ 450,000 cubic yards of excavation. °d ab°Ut Any further information maybe obtained at of the Company in Sheffield and Manchester- or at rhP office of Mr VlGNOLES. the company'g engineer, No. 4, TrafaJgar Square, London at Mottram and at Tint wistle in Cheshire, on the road to Sheffield.—By order of the Directors, CHARLES THOMSON, 15, Piccadilly, Manchester, 24th April, 1839^°' abernant & Trust. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the TOLLS arising and Payable at the several Toll Gates within this Trust, will be LET BY AUCTION, (subject to the written conditions to be then and there produced), at the CASTLE INN, in the Town of MERTHYR TYDVIL, in the County of GLAMORGAN, on THURSD AY, the 13th Day of JUNE next, between the Hours of Twelve o'clock at Noon and Four in the Afternoon, of that Day, to the best Bidder, on his pro- ducing sufficient Sureties for Payment of the Money Monthly, for the term of one Year or more, as the Trus- tees shall then determine upon* to commence from Twelve o'Clock of the nio-ht of Friday, the 14th Day of June next; which Tolls°prodticed, last Year, the clear sum of £ 1410, and thfv wilLhe put up together, cr in ont Loti at that sum. Buj, in VSse tbe saifTTolts shall not be Let together, one Lot, at such Meeting, then [hey will he Let in Parcels or Lots; and each Parcel or Lot, will be put up at such sum as the Trustees shall then think fit. Dated the 9th Day of May, 1839. WM. DAVIES, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Trust TO TRAVELLERS, MERCHANT-, CAPTAIN SHIPPERS, AND FAMILIES. WRAY'S CHALYBEATE GERMAN SEID LI 1 Z PO VV DERS, prepared 0:11 v at 118. Mo!bom Hill, and 9. igar Street, Strand. Sold in boxes con- taining powders for 12 glasses at 2s. each, and in buttles fitted in cases, with spoon, measure, &c., complete, at 7s. fid. and 10s. 6d. each, very convenient for travelling or exportation. Also Wray's Improved Sodiac, Ginger Beer, and Lemonade powders, in packets for 18 tumblerl, at Is. to Is. 3d.. or cases complete for travelling, at 5s. and 7s. 6d. each. Common Seidiitz, to make 24 glasses. 33. per packet. A liberal allowallce to merchants and captains. Be careful to have the Chalybeate German Seidlitz Powders," prepared only by M. O. Wray, as no others are genuine. Subjoined are a few of the many favourable notices of the above articles by the press, with which M. O. Wray has been honoured, and numerous medical gentlemen and private individuals have borne testimony to their superior efficacy. Dr. Granville's delightful work, « The Spas of Ger- many,' will, no doubt, induce many persons to visit those celebrated springs who stand in need of renovated health. In cases, however, where the baths are not indispensable, and when the chalybeate properties of the Seidiitz waters ara only required internally, the German Seidlitz Powders, manufactured by M. Wray,chemist, of Holbom Hill, will, no doubt, answer every purpose, as we understand that a correct analysis by several eminent professors of che- mistry has proved that these powders contain the valuable mineral tonic of the celebrated real waters.Court Journal, July 27th, 1837. "THE CELEBRATED SPAS IN GERMANY —The Chalybeate properties of the Seidiitz Waters, in Germany have long been held in high estimation, and their efficacy in all cases of Scrofula and other cu aneous affections has been fully established. A correct analysis of the powders prepared by Mr Wray, of Holborn Hill, by several eminent professors of Chemistry, has proved that they contain the valuable Mineral Tonic on which the virtues of the real waters so much depend in an active and unimpaired state, and the absence of which in the common Seiulitz Powders, probably accounts for their utter inefficacy in all cases where the genuine waters have proved so highly beneficial. All the advantages may now be derived from the use of Mr Wray's Chalybeate German Seidiitz Powders, as would be experienced from a resort to those celebrated Continental springs, the expense and inconvenience of which too often place it out of the reach of many who would be happy to avail themselves of their renovating properties."—The News, May 24th, 1635. Now that the hot weather has set in, no beverage is more salutary than Seidlitz Powders in a glass of water. We have no hesitation in stating, in reference to Mr M. O. Wray's advertisement in another column, his powders are of excellent quality, combining, as they do, tonic and aperient properties in admirable perfection."— The Albion, May 25 h, "In justice to Mr Wray, of Holborn Hill. we cannot longer withhold from the public our unaualiifed annro. I bation of his Chalybeate German Seidiitz Powders. With regard to their medicinal properties, they approach nearer to the waters of the justly celebrated Seidlitz Spring than any we have hitherto met with; and whe- ther taken during the sultry heats of summer or the chilling blasts of winter, they will be found an equally safe and agreeable aperient. To the bilious, the dys- peptic, to persons of a languid temperament, and to those who frequently indulge in Bacchanalian excesses they will prove invaluable.The Sun, June 2d, 1835. Prepared only by M. O. Wray, and sold Wholesale and Retail, at No. 118, Holborn Hill and at the West eud Depot, 9, Agar Street, Strand, opposite Charing Cross Hospital; also by Edwards, 67. St. Paul's Church Yard Messrs. Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringdon Street Butler, 4, Cheapside; Sutton and Co., No. 10, Bow Church Yard and Retail by Johnston, 68. Coi-niiiii Sanger, 150, Oxford Street; Lowe and Hornblower 47' Blackfriars Road; and by all respectable Patent Medicine Venders in Town and Country, at 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d and lis. each box. POR the Cure of Scrophnla, Scurvy, Scorbutic J A,ft<,c "S' ^ruPtions and Pimples on the Face ? Neckr Sore Rrp SweIlinSs Ulceration, of f I swpllintra asls? all disorders attended with pain u g or with morbid and irritating Erup- tions of the Skin, open Wounds and Sores, Contraction of the Limbs, Enlargement of the Joints, or Glands, sameness, Morbid Secretions, General Debility, Nervous Affections, Lumbago, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, or w Jiere the constitution has been injured by excesses, or diseases of any kind. Mercury, or other injudicious treat- ment, and in all those ca,es in which Sarsaparilla, or Ionics arc of any avail, the following Pills have in- variably proved far superior to anv other Medicine. Ha^attained unparalleled celebrity, and are especially sanctioned by the Faculty, as heing, without exception, the safest and best Alterative and Tonic ever discovered, thousands having been radically cured by their unerring powers, after all other means had failed; whole families, from the child to the adult, of both 9exes, have been by them restored to Health and purity of Blood, their strength being renewed after long sickness, and sup- ported under the decay of nature, &c. The following Testimonial will satisfy every one of their efficacy. "We have in our practice for many years, witnessed the unfailing powers of C. S. CHEDDON'S FAMED HERBAL TONIC PILLS in all cutaneous and other dis- eases for which they are offered, and from their safety, certainty, and superiority over all other medicines, we can confidently recommend them as the very best Tonic and purifier of the Blood ever made public. In all cases we have seen, they have produced their effects with great rapidity, and without requiring the least restraint or alteration from the usual habits.—Signed by John Palmer, M.D., Walworth, Dr. Thompson, Dr. Brown, Dr. Darwall, of Birmingham, Dr. Bell, R. Browne) Esq. M.R.C.S., and other eminent Physicians and Sur- geons. Numerous Testimonials from persons cured may be seen at the Agents, and which accompany each Box, each, by D. Morgan, Druggist, Merthyr Tydfil- Wil- liams, Cambrian Office, Swansea J. L. Brigstocke. and Hvans, Journal Office, Carmarthen P. John Rees, Vatchel and Phillip-, Cardiff; Williams, Pontypool- Hird and Drinkwater, Pembroke; Griffith and Protheroe Narberth; Haywood, Neath; Evans, Newport: Davis and Williams, Cardigan Bradford, Chepstow Farror Monmouth; Rees, Llandovery; Ferris, Browne, and Score, Union-street, Bristol]; and by all Chemigti and Patent Medicine Venders in the Kingdom. Whole sale by Hannav and Co., 63, Oxford Street, London. Prepared and sold Retail by Messrs GRAHAM and Co., 138, Holborn, near Furnival's Inn, London, where the Physician may be consulted as usual, personally, from 9 till 3 daily, or by letter, (post pajd) enciosing ti,e usual fee of 10s.; and patients in tbe country wil| bp corresponded with until cured. Of whom may be obtained price4s. 6d. and 10s. the ANTI.CONSUMPTIVE LINIMENT," Prepared and Sold by appointment, at Messrs r^.m and Co.'s, 138, Holborn, near Furnival., Tnn London? This valuable remedy the Discovery of a of eminence, is celebrated for quickly curing and pre- venting Consumption, Asthma, recent, Chronic an.i Hoopmg-Coughs, Wheezing at the Chest, Croup and all diseases of the Lungs, LIver. and Stomach, which it eflects without producing tenderness or other incon- venience. It is perfectly safe, and is applied by gentle friction, and so extraordinary is .ts power in strengthening: the Chest, &c. that all of delicate habits, or predisposed to lulmonary Diseases should app)y it withoiu/el as also all Vocalists, Public Speakers, &c., who neces- sarily have much exercise for the Lungs With each bottle will be given the Essay lately published, on the new method of curing Dropsy and Consumption, or the latter may be had alone of all Booksellers, or at Messrs Graham and Co. s as above; and patients in the countrv corresponded with until cured. Fee 10s. All letter* post paid. BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS USK AND GLAMORGAN, WILL SAIL #IR^N ^URIN?T',E NEXT WEEK, »• follow. FROM BRISTOL. MAY 27, Monday.. 6 mom •• 5 after 28, Tuesday 6 morn •• 5 after 29, Wednesday 7 morn 5 after 80, Thursday riiora lOjmora 31, Friday 8 morn 11 morn FROM NEWRORT. MAY 27, *Mon.?ay not sail 3J after 28, Tuesday 5 mom 4 after 29, Wednesday 5 Aorn 41 after 30, Thursday, 6 morn 5 after 31, Friday 6 morn 5 after FARES:—After Cabin, 4s.-Fore-Cabin, 2s.-Chil. dren under 12 Years of Age, Hal f-py ice.- Dogs, Is. each. Four-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s. Horses each, 5s.; Two-Wheel Carriage or light Phaeton, drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s.; Horse and Rider, After-Cabin ,7s.; ditto Fore-Cabin, 6s. QThe 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, Package, or Parcel (if lost or damaged) unless booked at either of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; ind if above tbe value of 40s. to be entered at its value and Carriage in proportion paid for the same at the time if Booking. Goods, Packages, and Parcels should be delivered at the Packet Office, one hour (at least) before the time stated for Sailing. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.-Coacbes Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New- titidge, Bedwelty, and a branch from Ncwbridge to Vantyglo.—A Coach Daily between these places and Newport; arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- ing, and starting at I o'clock afternoon. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- pany's Office, Quay, Bristol; or at the Packet-Offices, iownhain-Wiiarf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, New- port. JOHN JONES, Agent. THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL STEAM PACKET NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE, H. T. PARFITT, Commander, ARE INTENDED TO SAIL iDuring1 the NEXT WEEK, as follows 1 6 ^rfegp {With liberty to Tow Vessels.) FROM CARDIFF. MAY 27..Monday .Nautilus 4 afternoon 28.. Tuesday. Lady Charlotte 51 afternoon 29.. Wednesday ..Nautilus 5 morning 30..Thursday. Lady Charlotte 51 afternoon 3 1.. F rid ay Nautiltu 6 morning JUNE I..Saturday Lady Charlotte 7 morning FROM BRISTOL. MAY 27..Monday Lady Charlotte B, morning 28..Tuesday Nau tilus. 9 morning 29.. Wednesday.. Lady Charlotte morning 30..Thursday.Naatilus bi morning 31.. Friday. Lady Charlotte 51 morning JPNE I.. Saturday. Nautilus 6 morning Carriages and Horses to-b& along-side an hour previous to the ii,ne of Sail in 9. FARF.S: — AfrerCahin 5.P. "V _u.a..&ø. Children under 12 Years of Age, Hal f-price.- Dogs, Is. each. A Female Steward attends the Ladies'Cabiu. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four-Wheel Carriage, i Is., Ditto drawn by One Horse. 10s. 6d. Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin, 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6J.; Cattle, 6s Sheep, Is. • Pigs, Is. These Fares include every expense. ° Freighters are requested to order all Goods intended for the NAUTILUS to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to Robert Chaplin, Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the LADY CHARLOTTE, to Clare Street Hall, Marsh Street, Bristol. Goods will be hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets, at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge, Aberdare, Cowbridge, Bridgendt Ltantrisseitt,and Caerphilly.-Goods forwarded to these Places in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im. mediately 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, Package., Parcels, &c. forwarded to a,11 parIs wni '• delay, when sent to either of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information as to Freight. &e. will h. readily obtained by applying to the Agents, Mr Woodman, Agent, at the Packet Office on th« Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr John Griffith Jones Agent Vo. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS Pac* w\ Donova"' ^e Packet Office, on the Wharf Cardiff; or to Mr W. B.Owen, 16, Avon Cres- cent Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE 1 aciiet. eive^Notice Uiat 'thev^T °f *boVe Steam Packets PassenJI T be accountable for any anv Good, p ff' *'U the>' be answerable for bv Kire I k geS! 0r l arcels (if lost or damaged of fblir f'v« ge °^otherwlse) unless Booked at either If f I" "I °a;diff °r *bove the value oortinn 'A at 'ts value, and Carriage in pro- • °T 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 Oe warehoused at the risk and expence of the consignees. All goods to be considered as liens, not only for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously un- satisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to th 1 roprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weights or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c cannot beallowed, unless a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. fMh*. BLArGo^ AND RHEU- M ATlC PILLS. Copy of a Letterlrom the De Ia Garde, to Stanislaus, late King of Poland. ToMrprtlul,229.Strand, N o. 20, Vere S treet. Dec. 1838. SIR,-I feel myself bound by the duty I owe r tTII :creatures to xequest that you will pub- rniTT A°vnWSf^ost <,x,r«or'lir>"v effects of BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS. For a period of 30 years I have suffered more than I can well express but at all times have avoided taking advertised remedies, having a powerful antipathy to tnem, until a few months since, after having been laid up for 22 weeks of an attack of Rheumatic Gout, princi- pally confined to the feet. but at times it travelled to various parts of the frame, and then returning again with accumulated force to the extremities, and to such a degree that I was delirious for five days and nights. I now say that, fortunately I was induced to try BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS; and, with truth, I assure yourself and the pnblic that, in less than 24 hours, I was free from pain; and by the time 1 had taken half a box the inflammation- and swelling had disappeared. I have the pleasure of adding that my general health has in no way suffered, and that the effects of Blair's Pills were imperceptible. I am, Sir, your obedient servant, THE CHEVALIER DE LA GARDB. The testimonials of the astonishing effects of this Medicine are universally accompanied by the fact, that no inconvenience of any sort attends its administration, bnt that the patient, without feeling the operation of the medicine, is universally left in a stronger and better <tate of health than experienced previous to being afflicted with tbis disease; and in all cases of acute suffering, great relief is obtained in a few hours, and a cure is generally effected in two or three days. This valuable discovery is sold by Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London and, by his appointment, by n ^L°rgan' DruSg'st> Merthyr Tydvil; Mr Phillips nrdiff; Mr Farror, Monmouth; and all respectable Medicine Venders throughout the Kingdom- Price 2s. 9di per bo*. h Ask for Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills, and observe the name and address of "Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London," impressed on the Government Stamp^ affiled on each Box of the Genuine Medicine.