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GLAMORGANSHIRE, ■jyrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the "7 prS fiF.NF.ItAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the P E A C h for the said County u)Ul [,e /widen Ou TUESDAY, the FIFTEENTH DAY of OCTOBER next, At the Town Hall in the Town of SWANSEA in the said County on which day the Magistrates will meet and proteedto Court at Eleven oftheclock in the Forenoon. The Grand Jurywtll then be sworn, at which time all Prosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend and prefer their Bills of Indictment. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered wuh the Clerk of the Peace before eleven o'clock of such day AU Bills and Demands relating to the Pub- he Expenditure of the County mmt be delivered into the office of the Clerk of the Peace fourteen davs before the Sessions, or they will not be audited and fettled at such Sessions. All Persons who have a,iy Traverse or Appeal to bring be for e the Sessions, are to be prepared to proceed on the same oil Tuesday morning's Court: ex- cept in cases relating to Bastardy, which will not he heard until Wednesday morning's Court. All costs given or allowed by the Court, must be taxetl at the same Sessions, or they will not be afterwards allowed. The several acting Magistrates within the said Co?ztztq are re- Vf t0 return all Depositions, relating to Felonies and f!' ,aieamJrs, t0„be Prosecuted at the same Sessions, into the office of the Clerk of the Peace at Cardiff, on or before *"day, the 11th Day of October next. 3 Cardiff, September 14th, WOO D, Clerli of Peace. GLAMORGANSHIRE. "TVTOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN Tlrnt it the to be twltlen at SWANSE\, in and for the saiel Count V of on the FIFTEW\iTI1 assembled will J T *he Justices then and there dav »rorePd L LIW °f ,h? Clock at N««n of such of an Act of P» ,nto consideration the provisions and Third vn*. *m?nt matle al*d passed in the Second fn.itukd<> lT.°//hV^ 0f. her Prese^ Majesty, District Const n 5 le estah'ishment of County and Peace » the authority of Justices of relatinV tn fV,oeniter-mt°, Suc^ res°hitions and orders deemeif n adoption thereof, or otherwise, as may be D*,ed **<"><>■'«< ■»/«' By order of the Lord Lieutenant, and on the requisition of Five Justices of the Peace acting in and for the said County, WOOD, Clerk of Peace. TO BE LET, ON LEASE Oil OTHERWISE, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, A HOUSE, fit for a Family, situated between (wo i a'ld ^?rke1 T,0WM in Wales' with or without about 80 Acres of Land, (or any part thereof), to suit the convenience of a Tenant. Coal is reserved gratis for the I House, and Sporting abounds in the neighbourhood. Apply to Evan Davies, Tyllagarw, near Neath, Gli- A Theplaci"6' °f 16 P,'°Prietor' H- E- Kvans, Esq., at VALE OF GLAMORGAN. 5 ANNUAL SALE OF VALUABLE LIVE STOCK, AT TREGC'FF PLACE FARM, l (Distant about 3 Miles from the Town of C'owbridge.) II 3To $;oltJ b r c-4 14 By Mr. W. MORRIS, On THURSDAY, 17th of OCTOBER, 1839, on the Premises of Messrs. E. & C. BRADLEY, at TRE- GUFF PLACE FARM, THE undermentioned Prime and Wei! Selected LIVE STOCK, viz., G Rams, GO breeding: Ewes, (which have been put to the choicest Rallis,) 30 i dry Ees and 63 Wethers rising two year old. and now | fit for the Butcher; the Sheep are all well bred from the | best new Leicester Flocks, and will be found healthy and I > in good condition; 5 fat Cows and 4 ditto Heifers, 9 two "jj year old Steers and S yearling ditto the Cattle are of the | pure Glamorgan breed, and deservedly celebrated as H some of the finest in the County a valuable brood Mare with her foal, and now in-foal, 2 other brood Alares in. foal (all to Warrior.) a handsome 3 year old Colt, and a 3 year old Filly. About 30 very excellent store Pigs, of the Berkshire breed, and now fit for the Butcher. The Sale will be as heretofore, without Reserve, and W>Vi c°mmence w'lh the Sheep, in suitable Lots, at 11 o Clock in the Forenoon and Three Months* Credit will be given upon approved Security, to Purchasers of £ 10 and upwards. ( j VALE OF GLAMORGAN. he £ oUr tii) auction, ft ( Hy Order of the Trustee for Sale) At the BEAR INN, in the Town of COW BRIDGE on TUESDAY, the 15th day of OCTOBER, 18^9 between the hours of two and four in the Afternoon (subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced), ALL that undivided Moiety of and in a certain FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, or DWELLlNG- HOUSE, with suitable Out-buildings, called TRAU.WM, f and of and in a certain Freehold Tenement or ]< arm adjoining the House, comprising, by a. recent admea- I surement, 122A. 3r. 1:31'" (be the same more or less), 1 situate in the parish of Lanlilid, in the said County. And also of and in a certain Leasehold Estate, called llHY» LETHIN and FAKM WI:N, containing by ailmea- surement, 9A. 2u. "29p.t (^e the same more or less ) The Freehold Estate is well wooded—the Lands are J of a gnod qnality, containing a due proportion of Arable and Pasture-Coals near and very cheap—There are ) celebrated packs of Fox-honnds and Harriers kept in the I neighbourhood, and excellent cock-shooting —The pre miscs are about b miles from the of Bridgend, and about 5 miles from the Town, both < good Markets through each of which Towns the Bris'ol and Milford Mail passes daily, and the Swansea and • Gloucester Coach, with a branch to Bristol, on alternate I days. I For a view of the Premises apply at the House and f for further particulars to E. Basset t, Solicitor, Lan- twit Major, near Ciwbridgc. Letters to be free of postage. (1 1 v ALE OF GLAMORGA N. A MOST CHOICE AND WELL SELECTED FLOCK OF SHEEP, Several Horses, a number of Pig;, J IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, &c. &c. ( ALSO, I SEVERAL ACRES OF cOUD RUFFAGK. ë:o &o!tr b)1 auction, By Mr WM. MORRIS, On THURSDAY, the 2Kb Day of OCTOBKR, 1S39 on tl>e 1 remises, at BOVERTON PLACE FARM, 'i bridge a 'reC M'leS f,om the T,,wa of CoW f A fL??T.J^UA?LE FLOCK of 300 BREED- I [V-i !o i? °f which wi)1 bp Il,!t '■» very t supenoi Lain>), I„ RaillS. ]-2 Lamt, Rams, and 2f>H Lambs, of the very best new Leicester 1,eed, an.l per- fectly sou,,d; H valuable> D.»..ghi Horses of different ages, and excellent black Cob Saddle Mare, Two three- year-old Hackney Mares, One yearlo.^ do. Eillv a i capital brood Mare and her Colt; between 40 and 50 j store B icon flogs, of the Berkshire breed, in excellent condition. Alsi One narrow and Two broad wheel Wagons Th'ee broad wheel Carts, One of the best constructed Fintayson Harrows. Eight Iron Ploughs, One pair ot Iron and Two pair of Wooden Drags, Turnip Drill Roller and Scuill r, Oll Iron and One Wooden Roller. Nine sets of Harnes, six (\\Uo of Ploug!\ ditto, Two Iron r t Pig Troughs, S:eel ai,,1 wood Rakes, Pikes. &c. See. Tlier^ \vi!l also he let several Fields, containing aboii' 150 Acres of Rull ige, from the da) of Sale until thi- 2nd of February next. The Auctioneer respectfully solicits an early attend ance, as the Sale will begin precisely at 11 o Clock in tin Forenoon with the Sheep, which will be divided into suitable I-ols, it being intended to sell the whola in one day, aud Three Months' Credit will be given oil approved } Security, to Purchasers of the amount of £ 19. and upwards* f i I TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By T. WAT KINS, At CANTON FARM, near CAUDTFF, on MONDAY, the 11th of OCTOBER, 1839, VALUABLE FARMING STOCK, consisting of 150 Fat Sheep 9 well bred Rams 2 strong Cart Horses, four and fi c years old I line Bay Brood Mare, in Foal to Will Watch; 3 Sows and Pigs of a very superior soit; 8 prime Ayrshire Cows in Calf; 6 Heifers in ditto, and I Bull of the same celebrated breed 2 Fat Devon Oxen, six years old. Also, 200 BUSHELSof Brown's celebrated Ten Rowed Prolific WHEAT for SEED. THREE RICKS of PRgfE HAY, one at LlandafT, the others at Can'on. The Sale will begin at Eleven o'Clock with the Sheep and will be put up h. suitable Lots to accommodatc Pur- chasers. /r 1 llRECONSHIRE. Valuable Farms for Sale. TO be Solti bv Auction, By NI r T. PR I C E, of Builti), At the KING'S HEAD INN in the Town of BUILTH, on MONDAY, the 14th day of OCTOBER, 1839, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, LOT ]. ALL those Two Messuages FA RMS dnJ LANDS called TYR-PEN-LLECU and TYH-Y-COCK- SHOOT, situate in the Paris of Llangynnog, in the said County of Brecon, in the occupation of W m. Mason. LOT 2.-All that Messuage or DWELLING-HOUSE with the Appurtenances, situate in the sai1' Builth, formerly called by the name of the late in the occupation of Mr Hugh Penry Po.well, and now of Mrs Davies and hor Son Mr Thos. Davies. For further particulars apply at the Office of Mr Church, Solicitor, Brecon. CARMARTHENSHIRE & BRECONSHIRE. HIGHLY VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES FOR SALE. STo be £ oltr fit) uctíon, (WITHOUT RESERVE,) At the CASTLE HOTEL, in the Town of LLANDO- VERY, in the County of CARMAR1 HEN, on MON. DAY, the 21st day of OCTOBEB/ext 1between the hours of One and Three o'cloc^' 1,1 S'lhject to conditions of Sale to be produced), C* EVERAL important and highly Valuable FR EE. S HOLD ESTATES. FARMS and LANDS, situate in the Town of Llandovery, and in the Parisliei of Uanfair-ar-y-bryn, ldandingat and Mothvey, in the County of Carmarthen. :> And at the CASTLE HOTEL, in the Town of BRECON, on TUESDAY, the 22nd day of OC TOBER next, cer- tain FREEHOLD ESTATES, in the Parishes of Liail. wrtid, and Newchnrch Tyr Abbott, in tlle County of Brecon. Printed particulars of the Lots may be had 21 day previous to the Sale, at the respective Offices of Messrs noy, Blunt, Duncan and Johnson, Solicitors, Loth bury, London David Lloyd Harries, Esq., Messrs Jones and Bishop, Solicitors, Llandovery; and of Messrs Vaughan and Bovan, Solicitors, Brecon, C A K M AR T H E > tn B. A Capital Opportunity for Investment. MR WILLIAM GOODE Begs leave respectfully to announce that he has been instructed O Sell b12 Sluetton, At the RED LION INN, in the Town of LLAN- GADOCK, on THURSDAY the 31st of OCTOBEU instant, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, (subject to such conditions of sale to be there and then produced) T^HE Valuable aud most Important FREEHOLD 1_ PROPERTY, situate in the several Parishes of Llaneadock and Llansadwrn, in the County of Car. marthen. lie will, therefore, in order to suit the convenience of Purchasers,oier it for public competition in the following very convenient Lots, vb: LLANGADOCK PARISH. LOT 1.—All that M ESSUAG E,T EN EMENT, FARM, and LANDS, with a convenient Dwelling Hons-, and well arranged Farm Buildings recently erected thereon, called Tir y Capel, in the Hainlet of Gwynfau, contain- ing hy admeasurement. 30A. R 22P., be the same more or less, and now in the occupation of \Vm. Jaines, as tenant from year to year. This Lot, affords a very eligible situation for granting Building Leases, as it adjoins Gwynfau Chapel, and will in time form a A illage, which will add much to the value of this Property from its local situation with the Coal Works now in progress at Cwm- mamman, &c. LOT 2.1.;0, all those two Pieces or Parcels of Ground, called Clle Pehwr Mawrand Cae Pcbwr Each, situate on the old road leading from Llangadock to Dolecavreg, and within one mtle of the town, contain- ing together, 3A. 2lt. 01" of very excellent Land, and very convenient to hlllhl a house upon. now in the occupation of Wm. Rowlands, renant at Will. LOT 3, Also, all that Piece or Parcel of Ground, called Cae Drissiog, situate on the said road leading from Llangadock to Dolegarreg, and detached from Lot 2, containing 1..1.,011. Wl\, in the occupation of the said Wm. Rowlands. LOT 4. All those Three Fields, called Caue LIwvdon," otherwise Cryglus. containing together by admeasurement 10.V. U L>»' m the occupation of John Thomas, Tenant at Will- j 0T 5 All those Two Pieces or Parcel* of Ground,"called Gwnun Garreg G,.led, part of Garthen Hen Farm, situate in tbe Hamlet ot_(,wyntau, containing together 3A I P,. 21,. in the occupation of Henry Evans, Tenant at Will. y LOT 6.-Aho. all that MESSUAGE, TENEMENT, FAKM & LANDS, called Garthen Hen, with a valuable Slate Quarry thereon, containing by admeasurement 81A. OIl. '2P. of Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, in the occupation of the said Henrj Evans, lenaut at XVill. Lt. VNSAR»\VRRK PARISH. LOT 7 Ml that M ESSU AG E, TENEMENT, FARM and LANDS, called Cefn y Maes, containing by ad- measurement 74A. IlL Ili, no,v in the occupation of Jeiviiniali Williams, Tenant at WjIL LOT 8.—Also, all that TENEMENT and LANDS, called Gellyfach. being part of C efen y Macs 1 aim. containing 6A. 1 R. 1 ll\; now in the occupation of David VVl'oT9SlaAKoHall that MESSUAGE, TENEMENT, FARM and LANDS. -11^" ^Xn'anS his'under Tenants! 'subject to a Lease for his own life aged 56, or thereabouts. R TENEMl'NT, LOT )0 il L fo'wry Field, containing FARM, and LANDS, e-iU'd 0f John Lewis, I6A. 2R, UP., now in the 0 j. w|lich 18 years are under a lease for 21 years, ot unexpired. ,nn,Tn»t'7\-t and LANDS, called LOT 11.—All that TE. 34p., iu the occupa- Llettymagwren, containing 4 A. tion of John Re«, Tenant at W-l d LAm LOT 12,-Also, all } IAp h, contain- called Park v 1?axly. otho. Lcv t ing 10A. 3b. 9f. ot rich Meadow Lami, nation of John Rccs, lenant at N.B. The Four last.mentioned for each other and form a inamling a most exten- Building a ilia upon, surrounding sive and Vale of Towy, within country, and the rhun.h, two from the half a mile of the 1 j1'fr0IJl the Marketinsi Post 'I own ot Llangadock, Llan,JiIofawt, Tl^e"jondon'Road' from the last mentioned place. runs through part of the property. P..rncn)ars, .i.h Lithographic    and Neath of Messrs. Goodc aud i''h;.Ipoltt !Snrv,^yoirs, <cc., Haverfordwest; and at the Office of Mr William Goode, Auctioneer and Land Agent, Llangadock, Carmarthenshire, The Tenants will shew their rcpective Holdings, All letters to be post paid, Llaugadock, Oct. 2t 193& BRECKNOCKSHIRE, SOUTH WALES- (J bt Soltr b Auction, By Mr HENRY MORGAN, At the BEAR INN,in CIUCKHOWELL, inthe County of BRECON, on THURSDAY, the 24th OCTOBER inst., at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to the conditions to be then and there produced LIE following valuable and desirable FREE- HOLD ESTATES, situate in the Parishes of Llambeder, Cwmdee, and Talgarth, in the said County of Brecon, viz, IN HYAMBEDEK. A. R. P LOT I.-All that Capital MESSUAGE, or TENEMENT, with the Garden. Orchard, well stocked yitll xhpi^e j^»}it Trees*. Fold OutButdlffgs aid Appurtenances, Two Cot- tages, and several Closes or Pavcelsof Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land thereto belonging, called the Guilder Farm, as the same are now in the occupation of Mr Wm. Sanders, and his Undertenants, and contain. itig together by atinieasurcmatit 85 0 11 LOT 2—All that MESSUAGE or TENE. MENT, with the Garden, Fold Yard, Out- buildings and Anpurtenances, and several Closesor Parcels of A rabIe, Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land thereto belonging, called the Graig Wen Farm. as the same are now in the occupation of the said William Sanders, and containing together by admeasurement.. 33 2 28 IN CWMDEE, TAI,GARTH AND LLAMBEDER. LOT 3—All that FARM, called the Tier Mynk Farm, with a Barn standing thereon, comprising several Closes or Parcels of Meadow, and Pasture Land, as the same are now in the occupation of the said William Sanders, and containing together by admea- surement 21 3 21 Total of Inclosed Land 140 20 Attached to Lot 2 are Rights of Common or Pasture- age for Sheep upon aud over the adjoining Moun- tain, and to Lot 3 is attached the exclusive Right, immemorial usage, of depasturing Sheep over a Mountain tract of about 400 Acres. Those valuable privileges will be Sold with the Lots to which they respectively belong.—Lot I is bounded on two sides by an excellent Trout Stream. The Estates are highly cultivated and are delight- fully situate in one of the most romantic and pic- turesque districts of South Wales, in the immediate vicinity of Crickhowell, which is 13 Vliles from the County Town of Brecon, and 6 Miles from Aber- gavenny. Mr Sanders, the tenant will shew the Estates, and further particulars may be had on application to Mr Edward Davies, Land Agent, Llangattock, Criekhowcll, at whose Office a Plan of the Fsta'es may be seen or to Messrs Marris and Smith Solicitors, Caistor, Lin- colnshire. Caistor, 1st October, 1839, PEMBROKESHIRE. IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS. nPHE TERMS and CONDITIONS of SALE of ■ the truly important and rich productive Estates of Jangeston, Alleston, Kingston, Lammaston Estates at Grove Underdown House and Lands, Underdown and Coquet, Kingsfold and Pennar in the Parishes of Saint Mary's and Saint Michael's, Pembrokeshire; — Lowdcr-fawr, Lowder-fach, Penmynydd-fawr, Mcllirt"- y-wern in the Parish of Morvil Estates in and about the Village of Puncheston—Vinor in the Parish of Castle-bavthe, and Tylosge and Temperness in the ^.ar.'sh,of Nevern together w'ith Houses and Gardens of Haverfordwest, have been left with Messrs. Crowd or and Mayard, Mansion House Place, London; and Messrs. Goode and Philpott, Land Agents, Haverford- west, who are authorized to treat for the same by Pri- vate Contract. TOWN AND BOROUGH OF PEMBROKE- MR GOODE Begs to announce that he will ofter for Uufilic OToinprtittou by miction, At the LION INN. PEMBROKE, on SATURDAY, the 23rd day of NOVEMBER next, at 10 o'Clock in the Afternoon in Two Lots, rpHE follosvinar very VALUAOLE FREEHOLD |_ HOUSES and PREMISES, viz. LOT 1—THREE HO US 1-S with extensive premises, situate at the corner of the Darklane, having a frontage of about 76 feet to the Main Street, and in a very eligible situation for business. LOT 2.-A DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN in the 0ccupation of Thomas at ins, having a frontage to the Main Street of 31 feet, and a Garden extending backwards to the Parade, pleasantly situated for arcsi- dence or business. Mr Thomas NVaLinA will shew the premises, and particulars may be bail of Mr (,,bbon. Solicitor. Pem- broke, Mr John 'lyni; p, Surveyor, Mountain Hall, or of H. I. Goode and Philpott, Haver- fordwest. Ilaverfordwest, 1st. 0ct.,lS3P. PEMBROKESHIRE. TO CAPITALISTS. MR. GOO DE, Has been honoured with instructions to cH If V UfttOtt, At the CASTLE IN^- H AVRRFORr,WEST, on SA- TURDAY, tbe oOth day of NOVEMBER. 1839, at F,o o'clock il the Afternoon, IN ONE LOT, r- "IFIE Impropriate TITII ES of the Rectories of |_ the several Panshes of Llangolmau, IJandilo, and Maenclochog, together wit i the perpetual right of pre- sentation to the united icarages of these parish, s. The Impropii''le ''ulve been commuted into fixed Rent Charges, as follows .€ s. d. Llangolman fi7 6 g ),1¡¡n¿lilo, 22 0 0 Maenclochog 100 0 0 £ 189 6 8 The Income of the several Vicarages will he as follows 1, 1, AN C. 0 1 11 A N. a. d. Tithe Commuted into a Rent Charge 33 13 4 Uninvested Money in the hands of the Trus- tees of Queen Anne's Bounty, XoOl for which they pay 3} per cent 19 0 0 Rents of Lands jointly with Llanailo 35 0 0 i LLAND/LO. Tithe Commuted into a Hcnt Charge. II 0 0 Uninvested money as above, £ 400 at 3i per cent 13 0 0 MAENCLOCHOG. Tithes commuted into a Rent Charge 50 0 0 Uninvested Money as above, S400 at 3.1 per c,t 13 0 0 A 1 aruamentary Grant of £ 432 12s. 4d., also uninvested at 3 per cent 13 H ("> Parsonage House and Glebe, worth about 15 0 0 £ 203 a 10 Mr Goode, in colling attention to the Sale of this novel and s.itc Investment, begs to refer the Public to the peculiar construction of the 8'2 and 83 sections of the Tithe Commutation Act. which gives the owner of Rent Charges, of the above description, a prior claim to the Landowner in the recovery of his Rents, with a more summary and simple mode of recovery; also, a pro- vision which gives, as an ultimatum, a claim to posses- sioat of the Land until the Rent Charge is paid, thus making it a more secure Investment than the purchase of Frcehold Estates. Gentlemen desirous of making a certain provision in Church for a SIIII, will find rhis an opportunity seldom to be met with. The uninvested Money may be laid out in purchasing part of the impropriate Rent Charge, and tints increase the Vicar's Income, aud the remainder the Landowners would doubtless gladly purchase. The present incumbent is the Hev. James Propert Williams, aged about 36 years. Further particulars may be had of Mr Gibbon, Solicitor, Pembroke Mr John Tamlyn, Land-agent and Surveyor, Mountain Hall or, H P. Goode and Philpott, Land Surveyors, &c., Haverfordwest, Letters tq be post rai, CARMARTHENSHIRE MAIN TURNPIKE TRUST. lilOtire to ijeritbli @ibttt, I^HAT the TOLLS arising at the undermen- tioned TOLL-GATES, (which were not let this day.) will be LET by AUCTION to the best Bidder mon"6 commencing ihe First day of NO VEM B EH, 1839 at the TALBOT, in Carmarthen,on THURS DA Y, the 1 lih day of OCTOBER n«tt, between tbe hours of 12 and 2 o'Clock, in the manner directed by tbe Act passed in the Third Yearof the Rcignof flis late Majesty King George the Fourth "For regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls were'let last year as follows:- FR LOT I., Saint Clears. MaeswhoUnd Tfc spite, Red "V £ ho:fto3e i <T&lc"V:rAte. and Green Castle Side Gate^ Abergwilly, Llandilo Walk, & Penygam Gates > 3960 A berm a ri es,G iirrey-facli, & Penrock Gates,with L Cwmilwr Gate, on theLlanwrda Branch Road ■ Llandovery Gate. LOT 11. Llanteague and Killanow Gates, on the New > nfn lfoad to Hobb's Point and Tenby And will he put at such sum or sumg as the Trustees mav think fit, and either as above, in two Lots, or by parcefs and in several Lots. Whoever happens to be the best Tlidder, must at the same time give security with sufficient sureties, to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Road, for payment of the rent agreed for, and at such times as they shall direct. No Person's Bidding will le received for any of the Gates, who shall not have pail up all Arrears, nor unless he produce a written undertaking from two respon- sible Persons to become his suretes, should they (the sureties) be unable to attend the Meeting, J. I. STACEY, Carmarthen, Sept, 17th, 1839. Clerk to the Trustees. F HARRY PHELPS GOODE, the apportioner 9 duly appointed toMapthe P.tishof L\NCARVAN, in the County of GLAMORGAN, and Apportion the Rent charge in lieu of Tithes, uider an Act passed in the 6th and 7th Year of the Reignof King William the Fourth, intituled, "An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales," do hereby CALL A PAROCHIAL MEETING OF LVNDOWNERS AND TlTHEOWNERS of the said Patsh, for the purpose of approving of a general Map of tie said Parish, made from the Maps produced at a foruer Meeting; and for agreeing to the principle on which the apportionment of tje Rent charge is to be made, an, to instruct the appor- tioner accordingly also to consider the propriety of agreeing that the Impropriate Titht; and Vicarial Tithes. or Rent charge, in lieu thereof, shill be apportioneù on, and issued out of distinct parts of the said Parish and for other purposes and that such Meeting will be held at the MASON AIHIS INN, ii COWBHIDGE. on rUESDAY, the 15th day of OCTOBElt, 1839, at 12 o Clock at Noon. WOODS" Celebrated Bilious aifId Liver Pills, SO well known for the speedy and effectual re- moval of all Bilious complains, obstructions of the Stomach, Liver and Bowells, p\ins in the Head and •Side, Dimness of Sight. Scorbutk affections, Cutaneons ^•mptions, and all complaints ari<ng from a Disordered Stomach, have been in use for upwards of a quarter of a century, and are proved to be tht best and most valua- ble Medtcine for the above comlllint. As a general ramily Aperient Medicine, no 01l ought to be without them, as at the commencement of d'sease a doze or two will frequently remove it altogether Be sure ask for WOOD'S BILIOUS AND T,IVER PILLS, prepared by Rogers, Druggist, Leominster, whose signa- ture upon the Stamp is the onl y guarautee for their being genuine. Sold in Bosses at Is. I Jd tiolesale and Retail by the ù{':f;- Medicine Venders in the Kingdoin. COPAIBA and CUBF.B3 ENTIRELY SUPEii- SEDED.-BALSAM1C PILLS, a CERTAIN CURE for Gonorrhoea, gieets, strictures, pains in the loins, affections of the kfdnevs' gravel, irritation of the bladder or urethra, and other diseases of the urinary passages.—These Pills liavitio. been employed in up- wards of 1,800 cases in private practice within three years, prior to being advertised, i11 raany thousand cases since, and in no one instance kiVvn to arc strongly recommended as the only safe and efficacious remedy in present use, in all stages of those disorders, and entirely obviating the necessity of having recourse to those dis- gusting, nauseous, and in many cases highly injurious medicines, as cuhebs and copaiba; thc longerons results of the latter in the inflammatory stages, are too weh known to need any ct)iiiineiit.-Iliel)a,ed -)tilv b 'v ill. 0, Wray, and sold wholesale and retail at No. 118. llolborn H.ll also at No. 9, Agar Street, opposite Charing Cross Hospital; and may be had of respectable 1 atent Medicine Venders in town atid country at 2i. 9.1., 4s. 6d., and 11,. each box. „ Subjoined are a few of thc many f*v0'u\t*,e "ot'i of the above Pills 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. "The illusions of prejudice are at once dispelled, when the bright beams of truth flash conviction on the mind. In what appertains to niecDcaI sc: often predominates: this was evidenced with a malignant propensity to the illustrious Dr. Harvey, who flrst dt>; covered the circulation of thc bio*"1 in. l 'e y" Every improvement in the scicncc of therapeutics or the art of healing, renders the person who introduces it a friend and benefactor to manki»d- There is> a. med- cine against which, we believe, no prpju<11c« ex 1 sts. and the transcendent excellence of which has been infalhb y demonstrated by the immense g°,od L viiu yf effected. We refer to Mr Wray » Batsam;>c 1 l!'s; of Holborn Hill, which are prepared wuhout a particle of that nauseous and deleterious article—copaiba. —Sunday Times. the annals of medical w"nc(!' ,feW have obtained so high and w^H-mcntoeI a degree of celcbitty as WRAY'S BALSAMIG,.PI! faIIable healing properties are demonstrated by tlie perfect restoration to health of an nnmense number of persons afflicted with stiictures and other disorders of tbe urethra. The proprietor of this invaluable Medi- cine has most judiciously excbiiled from these 11 ills tijilt deleterious article-copaiba, which may account 111 some degree for the astonishimr cures they have effected. and which have established their fa-01 for ever- Morning Chronicle. Every discovery in medical scicnce must be hailed as an auspicious event. This observatIOn will especially apply to the Balsamic Pills, prepared by Mr Wray, of llolborn Hill. The unique properties of this invaluable Medicine in the cure of local debility, disorders of the uretha, &c., have beeu fully demonstrated, and reflect a lustre upon Mr Wray's professional skill, which is en- hanced by his judicious exclusion of copaiba. "-Bell's Lfe. Indefatigable researches into various branches of science have in numerousinstances, proved abortive but in some they have proved pre-eminently successful, and highly beneficial to the public. In support of this obser- vation, the medical skill developed in the prepar.U ion of Mr Wray's Balsamic Pills. is a fnJl corroboration. No Medicine has been more efficient, or better calculated at once to benefit the community, and reflect permanent honor on the abilities and talents of the Inventor and Proprietor, to whom'inay be applied thc motto of the im- mortal Nelson-'Palma'n qui meruit fer,,t.' Tlte Observer. There is a soothing attraction in the word Balsamic, which renders it peculiarly pleasing to those who are suf. fering under the pressure ot disease and to a peculiar class of Patients, those who arc amlctcd with disorders of the Urethra, &c., Mr W^Y S BALSAMIC PILLS, from the numerous cures effected by them, have a just and pre-eminent claim to the most distinguished public patronagc.jMorning A^ertuer Archimedes while bathing, solved a difficult problem, which so delighted him, that be jumped out of the bath, and ran through the streets o, Syracuse, exclaiming, • I have found it, I have found it 1 here are many pro- blems in medical science very difficult to explain. Mr Wray of Holborn Hill, has, however, by the pre-eminent virtues of bis Balsamic Pills, solved a very perplexing problem in the art of healing an article of greater ex- cellence and utility the annals of medicine do not record. "Thif^Roman Senate dccreed a civic crown to that individual who had saved tbe life of ONE fellow citizen. Of what national importance then must the Balsamic Pills, prepared by Mr Wray, of Holborn Hill, be viewed, which have bv their M*PT"er"}aS properties, snatched hundreds from the tomb. Mr Wray has carefully exclud- ed from these pills the smallest particle of thatnauseou, and deleterious articlc,Coppiba. Tite Aeit,-s. Prenared onlv by M- Wray, and sold Wholesale and Retail, at No. US, Holborn Hill and at the West end Depot, 9, Agar ^rm, Strand, opposite Charm*! Cross Hospital; also by Edwards, 67, St. Paul 8 Chuicb Yard Messrs. Barclay and .Sons, 95, Earnngdon Street, Butler, 4, Cheapside; Sutton and Co., No. 10, no" Church Yard; and Retail by Johnston, 6B, Cornhill, Sanger, 150, Oxford Street; Lowe and Hornblower, 47, Blackfriars Road and by all respectable Patent Mcdi- cine Venders in Towu anJ Country, at 8s, Vi., 4:3, 6., and Us, each bos, t Britannia Life Assurance Company! 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All claims payable within one month after proof of death. Medical attendants remunerated in all cases for their reports. Premium per Cent II)er Annum payable during First Second Third Fourth Remain- Age. Five Five Five Five der of Years. Years. Years. Years. Life. d. d. ;C s. d. J: s. d. d. 20 1 I 4 I 5 10 1 10 11 1 16 9 2 3 8 30 1 6 4 1 12 2 I 19 ) 2 7 4 2 17 6 40 1 1G I 2 4 4 2 14 6 3 7 3, 4 3 4 50j2 16 7. 39 44 5 5, 5 6 3 1 6 137 PETER MOjmISO, Esq., Resident Director, London. AGENTS. NEWPORT Mr A. G. Jenkins. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS—W. F. Ireland. CARD, FF W. D. Hot-wood, Bank MKRTHYH TVDVU —Walter Thompson, Bank. PONTYPOOL -Stephen Vernon, Bank. CHEPSTOW -J. L. Baldwyn, Solicitor. USK ABERGAVENNY J. Ililey Morgan, Stationer MONMOUTH. W. Jenkins, Stationer. IN CASES OF SECRECY CONSULT THE TREATISE )n every Stage and Symptom of the VENEREAL DISE \SE, in in mild and most alarming forms, published by MESSRS. PERRY & Co, SURGEONS, 4, Great Charles Street, Birmingham and 23, Slater Street, Liverpool; and given gratis with each Box of PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, Price Z3. 9d., 4s. Gd. and I Is. per Box. /CONTAINING a full description of ^the above complaint, rr iirsTi? jTun «v /<\Z;1 ''V Nj> ins ,hc "liferent stages /tS&j t's ^eP'oraI,'e and &W 4 (*f'en ^atal disease, as JWz wel1 as t}'e dreadfu' {i's feffects arising from the use of mercurv, accom- panied with plain and practical directions for au eftecitial and speedy '¡¡.¡ cure with ease, secrecy, and safety, without (lie aid ofmedicalassistance. „ PnllRT'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, price ~s. M., 4-s. Gd. and lb. (observe, none are genuine without the signature of R. & L. PERRY on the lnxK e o. each wrapper,) which arc well known throughout Lurope and America, to be the most certain and effectual cure e\er discovered for every stage and symptom of the enereal Disease, in both sexes, including Gonorrhea, *et3'ne,COn<lary Symptoms, Strictures,Seminal Weak- ss. ehcicncy, anci a]] DiseaSes of thc Urinary ssages, without loss of time, confinement, or bin- (frat ice froinbuslless; they have effected the most Sir. I 1 g cures, not only in recent and severe cases, but en sa ivation and all other means h ave failed and I when an early application is made to these Pills for the core o. the Venereal Disease, frequently contracted in a moment of inebriety, the eradication is generally com- pleted in a few days; and in the more advanced and inveterate stages of" venereal infection, characterized by a variety of painful and distressing symptoms, a perse- verance in the Specific Pills, in which Messrs. Perry have happily compressed thn most purifying and healing virtues of the principal part of the vegetable system, and which is of ihe utmost importance to those afflicted wn.i Scorbutic affections. Eruptions on any part of the hody, Ulcerations, Scrofulous or Venereal Taint, being just.y calculated to cleanse the blood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection, and restore weak aud enlclated Constitutions to pristine health and vigour. 1C rash, indiscriminate, and unqualified use of Mer- cury has been productive of infinite mischief. Under the notion of its being an antidote for a certain disease, he untutored think they have only to saturate their system with Mercury, and the business is accomplished, ratal error! Thousands are annually cither mercuri- alized out of existence, or their constitutions 10 broken. and the functions of nature so impaired, as to render the residue of lifc miserable. The disorder which we have in view owes its f..tal results cither to neglect or igno- rance. T II its first stage it is a: ways local, and easy to be extinguished by attending to the directions fully pointed out in the Treatise, without the smallest injury to the coniiit ition but when neglectcd or improperly treat- ed, a mere local affection will be converted into an incu- rable and fatal malady. What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country and the darling of his paten's, should be snatched from all the prospects and enjoy- ments of life by tbe consequences of one unguarded moment, and by a disease which is not in its own nature fatal, and which never proves so if properly treated It is a melancholy filct that thousands fall victims to this hnrrid disease, owing to the unskilfulnessof illiterate men, who by the use of that deadly poison, mercury, ruin the constitution, cause ulcerations, blotches on the head, face, and body, dimness of sight, noise in the ears, deaf- ness, obstinate gleets, nodes on the shin bones, ulcerated sore throats, diseased nose, with nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, till at length a general debility and de- cay of the constitution ensues, and a melancholy death puts a period to their dreadful sufferings. Messrs Perry and Co., Surgeons, may be consulted as usual at No, 4, Great Charles Street, Itirmingliaii), and 23, Slater Street, Liverpool. Only one personal visit is required from a country patient, to enable Messrs Perry and Co. to give such advice, as will be the means of effecting a permanent and effectual cure, after all other means have proved ineffectual. Letters for advice must be post paid, and contain the usual fee of one pound. Sold at most Newspaper Offices. PERRY'S CORDIAL BALM OF SYRIACUM I. intended to relieve those persons who, by an immo- derate indulgence of their passions, have ruined their constitutions, or in their way to the consummation of that deplorable state, are affected wjih any of those pre- vious symptoms that betray its approach, as the various af- fections of the nervous system, obstinate gleets, involun- tary emissions, excesses, irregularity, obstructions of cer- tain evacuations, weaknesses, total impotency, barrenness, &c.&c. But the relief administered is not confined to these alone. 1 be valetudinaiian by birth, who has received from bis parents the inheritance of a diseased and unprolific frame the dehcate female, whom an immured and in- active life, together with the immoderate use of tea and other weak and watery aliments has, without any fault of hers, brought on all the calamitous symptoms of a consumptive habit, and are, without timely assistance oiuking into an untimely grave; to such as these the Cordial Balm of Syriacllm will afford the most permanent relief, and restore to the enjoyment of the comforts of life. Sold in Bottles at I Is. each; or four times the quan- tity in one Family Bottle for 33s. duty included. N.B.-C,ountry Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Medi- cine Venders, and every other Shopkeeper can be sup- plied with any quantity of Perry's Purifying Specific Pills, and Cordial Balm of Syriacum, with the usual allowance to the tiade, by most of the principal Whols tale Patent M edicinc Houses in Loudon. SjM by Mr David Morgan, ftlcrthjv TjUviU NEWPORT DOCK OFFICE, 8th October, 1839. THE Half-Yearly GENERAL fEETIG of the Proprietors of the NEWPO'lT DOCK, will be held at this OFFICE, on THURSDAY the 7th of NOV EMB ER next at 12 o'clock. By Order, JER. CAIRNS. BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS USK AND GLAMORGAN, WILL SAIL During the NEXT WEEK, as follows FROM BRISTOL. "Oct. "fi.ZMoildarV. 9 morning 15..Tuesday 10' morning v 16.. Wednesday llj morning 17..Thursday 12J afternoon 18.. Friday 1 afternoon 19..Saturday 1 i afternoon FROM NEWPORT. Oct. 14 Monday 8 morning 15..Tuesday 8 morning 16..Wednesday 81 morning 17..Thursday. 10 morning IS.. Friday Ili morning 19..Saturday. I2 afternoon FARES:—After Cabin, 4%Pore-Cal)in, 2s.-Chil- dren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.-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. q:Im The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets GlVE NOTICE that they will not beaccountable for anv 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; and if above the value of 40s. entered at its value and Carriage paid for the same at the time of 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.—Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New- bridge, and Bedweilty, and a branch from Newbridge to .;antygio.-A Coach Daily between these places and Newport; arriving at Newport about 10 o'clock morn- ing, and starting at 1 o'clock afternoon. Apply at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Com- pany's Office, Quay, Bristol; or at the Packet-Offices. Rownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Itodnev Wharf New- port. JOHN JONES, Agent. THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE, II. T. PARFITT, Commander, STJSKL ARE INTENDED TO SAIL jMVIN. Duriiisr the NEXT WEEK, as follows, irHBiiSssB (With liberty to To 10 Vessels.) FROM CARDIFF. Oct. 14..Monday .Nautilus S morning 1-5..Tuesday .Lady Charlotte 8l morning 16.. Wednesday.Nautilus 9. afternoon 17..Thursday Charlotte Ili morning FROM BRISTOL. Oct. It.. Monday l,ady Charlotte 7 morning 15..Tuesday .Nalltilus. 7 morning 16..Wednesday Lady Charlotte 8 morning 17..Thursday .Nantil"s. 9 morning 1 • Friday Lady Charlotte 1I mOllliug I'). Saturday NauLiltil 12 afternoon Carriages and Horses to be along-side an hour previous to the time of Sailing. FARES :-After Cabin, 5s.-Fore Cabin,3s. Children under 12 Years of Age, H alf-I)rice.- Dogs, I.. each. A Female Steward attends the Ladies' Cahin. liefrcshments may be had on Board, on moderate terms. Four-Wheel Carriage, 2!s.; Ditto drawn by One Horse 10s. 6d. Two-Wheel Carriage, 10s. fid. j Horses, 6s. each; Horse and Rider, After Cabin. 9s. Fore Cabin 7s. 6d.; Cattle Sheep. These Fares include every expense. Not accountable for any Goods without Shipping Notes. 0 F A'IITMYlVtt?I1 pStC(l ,to 0r<!c>' all Goods intended fo, the NAUTILUS to be sent to \o, ]•? « aSS!L°"r- H.N, M.r.b Street, 13rlsto]. } Goods will he hauled from the Warehouses to the ackets, at the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge, Aberdare, Cowbridye, Bridgend, Llantrissent,and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these laces 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 all parts of the Kingdom without delay, when sent to cither of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. Further information as to Freight, &c. will be readily obtained by applying to the Agents, Mr Woodman, Agent, at the Packet Ofhcc on the Wharf. Cardiff; or to Mr John Griffith Jones, Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for tbe NAUTILUS Pac. ket; and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on thc Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr W B. Owen, lfi, Avon Cres. cent. Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. NOT[ Proprietors of the above Steam Packets give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, Leakage or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their Offices at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of 40s., unless entered at its value, and Carriage in pro. portion paid for the same, at the time of Booking Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before Six o'clock in the evening of the day of landin". will be warehoused at the risk and expence of the consignees All goods to be considered as liens, not only for freight and charges line thereon, but also for all previously un- satisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weight. or measurement, claims for loss or damage &c cannot beallowcd, tiuless a written notice ot the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. :1. _I Price Is. ld. per box. TO THE SUFFERERS FROM BILIOUS AND I IVI.R COMPLAINTS. ^AMDLIVLH 'T>I1F. unexampled S access of FR AM PTOM'Q PUT I O F H E A LTH calls for particular attention r Pills give immediate relief in all Spasmodic nr> 1 vv' |6 Complaints, with the whole train of well V VVindv toms arising from a weak stomach, or vifU?'.11^9" secretion, Indigestion, Pain at the nit „f ,L Jif bilious Bilious or Sick Head-ache, Heartburn T ^T0INA.C^> Sense of Fulness after Meals, Giddinp* rvS • over the Eyes, &c. &c, Persons of a R iiMijnes?' *'a'n are subject to Head-ache, Giddiness n ".ab't, who Singing inthe Ears, arising from too uro ro*vsincss> and to the Head, should never be without* > I^'ood dangerous symptoms will be entirelv !em> as many immediate use. They are highly irrai fa,rric^ °ff by their create Appetite,relieve Langour an,| if t0 the Stomach, gently relaxing the Bowels without .ePrcss'onof Spirits, removing noxious accumulations v6"?"1? or anoyance, truly comfortable, and the head' cf" ? l^c encomiums passed upon them bv G^r' '^le vcry bigb public, is the best criterion of thei* g-C Portion °f the titiual statements of their eood ,.rrr and the con- the Kingdom, is a source of the'V^i. m aU parts of Sold by T. Prout, 229, Strand, Louùon. Plice Is. ld, per box. uuu°n. Price Is. ljd. Mr D. Morgan, Druggist, Merthvr T i -i *» m.„. Cardiff; Mr Favror, Monmouth • Mr^h,H,Ps' Mr Williams, Newport; and by' tjie yp cines generally throughout the Kinzdot^ AskforFllAMPTON'S PILL OF IIEAITH »r>,l serve the name^and address of "Thomas Prout 22'/ auwid, Load<ju#' ca the Government Su^p, TOWN OF CARDIFF. 2To bt m, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, AN excellent HOUSE and SHOP, in thorough "epair, situate in the best part of Duke-Street. -An unexpired Lease of 34 years and a half, can be had WJt'i the house, should any person desire to treat for it. Apply personally, (or if by letter, postpaid) to Mr obert I homas, St. Mary's, Cardiff. WANTED, AT an IRON WORKS in South Wales, an Agent to superintend the conveyance of Minerals from the Mine Works and CoIIieriec, and to act as Clerk of the Works, ^Icchanietwjifaintw!'with,tl4ij*-0rK;ng «f Railways, Tram-roads, and Canals, and who would mate himself generally useful, would meet with encouragement. SALARY X120 PER ANNUM. None need apply who cannot produce strong testi- monials of their competency to fulfil the duties of the situation. Application with testimonials and references, to be made, by letter, post paid, to Box 40, Post-Office, Swansea. Sept. 13,1839. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. Call of Ten Pounds per Share. THE Directors of the TAFF VALE RAILWAY COMPANY, acting under the Provisions of the Act of Incorporation, hereby give Notice, that the Pro. prietors of Shares are required to pay on or before the 21st day of October next, to any one of the undermen- tioned Bankers, the sum of Ten Pounds on each of their respective Shares, viz London and Westminster Banks London West of England and South Wales District Bank Cardiff. Ditto Ditto Ditto Bristol. Ditto Ditto Ditto Merthyr. Messrs Wilkins and Co Merthyr. National Provincial Bank Cardiff. Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire Bank- ing Company. By Order of the Board of Directors, JOSEPH BALL, Secretary. Railway Office, Cardiff, 24th Sept., 1839. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. London, Friday, Oct. 4. INSOLVENTS. William Key, Bread Street, Cheapside, linen draper. Thomas Standage, Chancery Lane, auctioneer. BANKRUPTS. Samuel and John Beckett, Audlem, Cheshire, drapers. David Thomas, Dowlais, near Merthyr, Glamorgan. shire, grocer and draper. Christopher Walker, Oulton, Rothwell, Yorkshire, victualler. Ephraim Elsworth, Kirks'all, Leeds, worsted-spinner. William Elliot, Wakefield, Yorkshire, corn-factor. George Tennant, Wigan, maltster. Thomas Lakin, Nottingham, builder and cabinet- maker. Thomas Wilson, now or late of Cheslyn Hay, Cannock, Staffordshire, victualler. Samuel Harvey, Wellingore, Lincolnshire, maltster. Creasy Bebbington, Burslem, Staffordshire, jeweller. John North, Mold Green, near Huddersfield, fancy cloth manufacturer. y. London, Tuesday, Oct. S. INSOLVENT. William Phillips, Stanford Rivers, Essex, dealer. BANKRUPTS. Thomas Maxfield Temple, Great Titchiield Street, Portland Place, carver. Charles Humphreys, Beat Lane, Southwark, timber merchant. John Henry Charles Albrecht, Fenchurch Steet, spice broker. Thomas Gray, Tunstall, Staffordshire, gtocer. Arthur Court and Thomas Harrison, Blackburn, Lan- cashire, cotton spinners. Henry Noel, Brighton, dealer in fancy goods. William an i Samuel Hague and William Shatwcll, Manchester, commission agent.