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TO BE SOLD, I THE NRXT PRESENTATION to the Vicarage -*L of COLWINSTONE For Particulars apply to Edwd. Bradley, Esq., Cow- bridge, (if by letter, post paid.) Cowbridge, Nov. 13, 1839. WANTED TO RENT, ]N the County of GLAMORGAN, a comfortable HOUSE, calculated for a small Family, with a fen- Acres of Land if situated within an easy distance of a town or village it would be preferred. A short lease would not be objected to. Unexceptionable references can be given. Apply by letter post paid to A. B., Cambrian Office, Swansea. Craig Avon, Nov 12,1839. "1V10TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that tbtfOO- JAI PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, EDWARD GILBERT, of Dowlais, in the Parish of Merthvr Tydvil, in the County of Gla- morgan. and JOHN GILBERT, of Merthyr Tydvil aforesaid, as Grocers and General Provision Dealers, was, on the Eleventh day of October last, DISSOLVED by mutual consent.—Dated this Eleventh day of No- vember. One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-nine EDWARD GILBERT, JOHN GILBERT. Witneu-CHAS. H. JAMES. Solicitor, Merthyr Tydvil. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Application is intended to be made to Parliament, in the next Session. for an Act to provide for the more effectual Execution of the Office of a Justice of the Peace within the Parishes of Merthyr 1 ydvil, Gelligaer, and Aberdare, in the County of Glamorgan and of Pendervn and Vaynor, in the Connty of Brecon for such term of years as may be deemed expedient. And for Authority to appoint a limited number of Constables to act as a Police Force within the said Parishes, and that such Powers may be obtained for defraying the Expenses incident thereto, out of the Poor's Rates of the said Parishes, or otherwise, as may be determined upon. By order of the Magistrates, L. LEWIS, their Clerk. SOCIETY FOR Promoting Christian Knowledge. MINUTES and RESOLUTIONS of the ANNI- VERSARY MEETING of the DISTRICT COMMITTEE for that Part of the Diocese of LLAN. DAFF, situate in the County of GLAMORGAN, held at COWBRIDGE, on TUESDAY, the 12th day of NOVEMBER, 1839. The Right Hon. Lord Viscount ADARE, M.P. Vice-President, in the Chair. Six letters from Mr Trigge, Accountant to the Parent Society, were read, acknowledging the receipt of a Copy of the Minutes of this Committee at their Anniversary Meeting, on the 16th of October, 1838, together with Remittances amounting to A:740, viz. £ 730 lis. on account of Books, andf9 9s. Members' Subscriptions. The Treasurer's Account with the District Committee from September 1, 1838, to September 1, 1S'59, as audited by the Rev. L. A. Nicholls, and the Rev. John Powel was read, and appeared as folio%-s;- 1838 Dr. d- Sept. I.-To Balance as per last Account.. 459 9 11 1839 Sept. 1.—To Amount of Subscriptions and Donations for the Year 163 3 0 To Amount of Books Sold at Cardiff. 104 IS 3¡ To ditto ditto Cowbridge.. 19 2 104 It Bridgend. 317 64 „ Margaw. 462 4 N.ath 8 1 6 t, t, Merthyr 55 5 8 Aberdare. 4 3 8 Dowlais. 52 16 4 Newbridge.. 17 0 To Moiety of a Collection at Car- diff in aid of the Funds of this Committee, and the Committee of the Society for the Propaga- tion of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, after a Sermon by the Rev T. Stacey. 15 1 10 To Collection at Mertli),r, in aid of the Committee, after a Ser- mon by the I'ev. T. Will iams.. 11 4 9k I To Amount of a Box Sold 02 6 £ 944 17 4 1839 Cr. X. 9. d. January- -By Remittances to Parent Society for Books 730 11 0 By Amount of the year's Ex- pences in Rents of Depots, Carriage, Freight, Postages, Printing, Advertisements, Sia- tionery, 45 10 « By Subscriptions advanced, not recoverable 4 4 0 Total Credits ™3 f Balance in Har<d л' 17 4 7 Jte Su alter of Book, Soltlfrom September 1, 1838, to September I, 1839, was V; ><ikh and Welsh Bibles i fstaments, including Duoglotts..«•••••• • llir Ditto Common Prayer Books, including ditto English sailers English and Welsh Bound Books, School Books, and l'iicts 10639 13691 Bo.,Is, Tracts, 4-c. distributed Gratuitously. English bibles None. Ditto Testaments None. Welsh ditto None. English chool Books, and Tracts. 2622 V eUL S ool Books, and Tracts None. 2622 To' and given by the Committee during the yc-ur. ••• 16,313. The timber of Boohs sold and distributed gra- tuUM; y by the Committee since its establishment i;n has been, 8852 Tessan; s, including Duoglotts 17(W Coatn :i PrayerBooks, including ditto i7fw t'saltei. r.iiinil Books, School Books, and Tracts Grand Total 16a4,01 Moved the Rev. JOHN WlLl.lAMS, seconded by the Key. C. H. J EN N KIT, and resolved unanimously, "hat liie Rev. John Powel, and the Rev, Lewis An- tl,-)nv be appointed Auditors of Accounts to the for the Current year. Moverl by J. BRUCE PRYCK, Esq., seconded by the Rev R. T. TYLER, and resolved unanimously. That the Rev. H. L. Blossc be appointed Manager o the D« j >>t, and Collector of Subscriptions, at Bridgend -iii!itebd )f the Hev. John Harding, who resigtif. GLOVED Ly the Rev. H. L. BLOSSE, seconded by the Rev. j. C. CAMPBELL, and resolved unanimously, Tl.i' iiie thanks of this Meeting he given to tho Rev. "i nomas Williams, for a remittance of £ 11 4s. 9 £ d., being a Cot! '[>rf Eun< of this Committee after i -u-ru • i), uy Mm Merthyr Church. WI ve i the R< v. Cii ANCL LC.OR KNIGHT, seconded bv the v. J<> iIA ft DI NO, u, • resolved unanimously, lb* lespeciai tliank* of ift.; Meeting be given to the gl,a!; Si-'cey. Secretary and Treasurer, for hi" valval services, hild pariii-.m;n-ly for a remittance of £.15 1 0J., being a moiety of a Collection in aid of the this C'c i.rnittee, and the Committee of the So- cietj he of the "-spel in Foreign Parts, afte, i rmoii ptf ached by l'"1' 'n Cardiff Church. Move the Rev RoifF-K'l kMOHT, seconded by the jfiev. iiiM/iS Kj)MONDEs.and resolved unanimously, Thg fir tliaiiks ff this Meeting he given to the Rev. John n,i the Rev. Jcdn Williams, As'istant es, and to the Managers af Depots and Collector of Sui iis,»ions. for their efficient services. Wove. ,he Rev. CHANI'F' R KNIGHT, seconded by v isv aN Mf'ROi1..N, *d rcsoLed unanimously, Th. :1", thanks of this Meeting be given to the Hev James -Jol.juhoun Campbell, for the excellent and most IL, 1-).scotir, L,rearited by him before the Com- Wiii-ef nis a),. A DARE, Chairman. :c iy thj }j[ev. c HANCI LLOR KNIGHT, seconded bv iosN Ha BDlKtt, aud resolved unanimously, ■ -he th:liks if this Meeung be given to the Right I ole Lord Viscount Ad, for kindly attendin- IU, [IIi; the Chair this day, and for his able conduct T..STACiiV^ S-cretary aud Treasurer. AT a M EETING held on t le 7th day of Novem- ber, 1839, at the County Grand Jury Room, Car- marthen, of Magistrates deputed from the counties of Carmarthen, Pembroke; and Cardigan, to take into consideration the best methods of Erecting a LUNATIC ASYLUM for Paupers, at the expense of such counties of South Wales as may agree to join for that purpose. THE RIGHT HON. TH IS EARL CAWDOR ? THE CHAIR. Resolved unanimously,— That the Report now read to the Meeting by Mr Philipps be adopted, and published in the local news- papers; and that copies thereof be sent to the Chairman of the Quarter Sessions of the counties of Glamorgan, Brecon, and Radnor. THE REPORT. "The Committee feel as a very serious evil in those counties of South Wales with which they are connected, the want of any wetl regulated k ta fo*the-wceqi,)n of Pauper Lunatics. From this denciS&cy the painful alternative must ensue, of either suffering these unfor- tunate persons to remain deprived of the mode of treat. ment most calculated to alleviate their misery, or of sending them to distant asylums, over which those magistrates who from local connection, would naturally feel the strongest interest in their condition, have no power of inspection, or control. They most earnestly press, on general consideration, the statement made by competent authority that two thirds of all the ordinary cases of mental derangement may be restored to health, if they meet with early attention and care; while if neglected or ill treated, they constitute a drain upon the county, which can only be removed bv death. And as it appears to the Committee, that the limited amount of Property assessable to purposes of local taxa- tion in the aforesaid counties would render the ex, penses attendant on the erection and maintenance of an efficient Lunatic Asylum in each, too heavy a burthen on their resources; they are of opinion, that the only remedy for the evil complained of, is to be found in such union of counties, as after mature deliberation it may be found expedient to form under the provisions of the Act 9th. Geo. 4th. c. 40, for the purpose of making and maintaining one Central Lunatic Asylum at their joint proportionate expense. And as one objection most commonly urged against the adoption of such a measure is founded on the in- equality of expense likely to be incurred by parishes in the conveyance of Pauper Lnnatics to such Asylum, ac- cording to their respective distances from the same, he Committee are of opinion, that after investigation, this objection will not be found of sufficient importance to warrant the rejection of such a great pubic benefit, inasmuch as the expense incurred at present by sending Pauper Lunatics to Establishments in England, is greater than any that can be incurred, if the proposed measure be adopted, and also such expense must be one not liable to repetition in of the same Lunatic nor of frequent occurrences as regards the sarne pans "And as a necessary preliminary to the union of any counties for the aforesaid purpose, the C Oinmittee I-e- commend that the notice required by the c I, to. 4th, c. 40, be forthwith given, respecting t e ment at the ensuing Quarter Sessions, of a Committee of Magistrates, not exceeding five in number, to arrange the terms of the Union." And it being the opinion of the Committee, that u might eventually be found beneficial to all the counties comprised within the limits of South VVales, to unite in the formation of one common Lunatic Asylum, they recommend that information of these Resolutions be communicated to the Magistrates of those counties, wherein no decided opinion respecting the expediency of forming such Union has been expressed, that they may at least have the power afforded to them of enter- ing into a negotiation with a view to be included in the same. A Letter from the Right Hon. Lord Dynevor to Edward Jones, Esq., Clerk of the Peace for the county of Carmarthen, assuring the Meeting of his Lordship's cordial support of the resolutions adopted by it. having been read, it was unanimously Resolved,—That the thanks of the Meeting be given to his Lordship. Ilesolved unanimously,— That the thanks of this Meetmg be given to Richard Digby Neave, and John Henry Philipps, Esqrs., for their exertions and the valuable information they have given to the Meeting. Itesolved unanimously,— That the thanks of this Meeting be given to the Right Hon the Earl Cawdor, for his conduct in the chair. CARDIFF. VALUABLE Linen and Woollen Drapery Business, To be Disposed of by Tender (bY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEV) In one Lot, on WEDESDA Y NEXT, the 20th NOVEMBER, 1839, I THE extensive and well-assorted STOCK-IN- TRADE. of Mr T. D. REES, Wholesale and Retail LINEN and WOOLf.hN, SILK MERC EH. HOSIER. &c„ ANGEL-STREET, CAU- DIFF; Consisting of broad cloths, pilot cloths. Petershams, kerseymeres, waistcoatings, woollen cords and plush, flannels, gambroons, fancy tronsering fustians, cotton cords, Irish linens, lawns, 7-8th and 9 8th prints, ging- hams, calicos, merinos, moreens, camlets, bombazeens sheetings, ducks, dowlixs, striped cottons, checks, liol- lands, cheese cloth, ticks, muslins, ribbons, shawls cotton and silk pockct and neck handkerchiefs quilling nets, 4-4 nets, blond lace, hosiery, haberdashery shrouds, hats, caps. buttons, &c. &c y, The whole having been recently purchased, is in good condition. The connexion respectable; the premises spacious, and sluate in the principal thoroughfare- the rent and taxes are moderate; the whole presenting a most desirable opportunity to any person possessing a limited capital of embarking in a lucrative trade. The Shop Fixtures may be taken at a Yrtluatj0'n_ The Stock will be on view, and Inventories and Con. ditions produced, the whole of Tuesday, the .'9th and Wednesday, the 20th, until 11 o'clock in the morning, at which hour the same will be opened and the Purchaser declared. The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE to be Sold on Thursday, 21 st. ¡ç::r For further Particulars, apply to Bradley, Bar- nard and Co Bristol and London. LLANELLY, CARMARTHENSHIRE. IMPORTANT TO LINEN & WOOLLEN-DRAPE .3Mr And particularly to any Peison wishing to com- juence business. To be iboltr fjp ijneittrtf, (IN ONE LOT), By Messrs BRADLEY, BARNARD & Co., On THURSDAY, the 28th of NOVEMBER, 1839, by order of the Trustees, under an Assignment for the benefit of Creditors, ^I^HF. whole of the valuable STOCK-IN-TRADE of Mr Robert VV. While, Draper.of LLANELLY, consisting of broad clo lis, kerseymeres, waistcoatings, bats, blankets, blanketings, flannels, B-ith coatings, pit cloths, ineriniis, lii<h linens, chocks, striped cottons,, moleskins, fustians, ducks ;>nd dowlas, calicoes, prints, ticks, catnlets, sheetings, handkerchiefs, shawls, muslins, lace, hosicrv, gloves, haberdashery, &c. &c., amounting, as per Inventory, t" £ 1350 12s. lid., the whole of which has been purchased within the last fifteen months, and is in first rate condition. The Shop is in the best situation in the improving Town of Llanelly, being in the centre, and commons to the market; so desirable all opportunity seldom occurs for any person wishing to embark m a first-rate business. The Stock will he on view on Wednesday and Thurs- day, the 27th and 28th inst., «l'en Inventories and Conditions will be produced, and seeled 1 endcr. re- ,nl ti.P Afternoon of Ihursday ceived until Three o cll«*k n the ^y the 2Sth, immediately alter wtnen u be opened, and the ^"oBradley. Barnard For further par icu Auctioneers, Bristol and Co., Public Accountauts auJ and London. TOWN AND BOROUGH OF PEMBROKE MR GOODE TIegs to announce that he will ofrer for Public cromprtitw" bt) atictioll, Afternoon in Two Lots, ( E FREEHOLD ^pHE following very VALUAH I. HOUSES and 1'llKMfSI .S viz^ premigef> Lor !• THRliE a frontage situate at the corner of the Darkl eligible of about 7G feet to the Main Street, and in a very et.giot situation for business IimTc| and GARDEN in LOT 2.-A DWKLLIVO HOUSb g (< He occupation of Thomas Watkm-, j extending the Main Street of 31 I^ed for ares^ backwards to the I ara'ie, plcAS<in«y dence or business. the premises, am I loujas Watkins wi Solicitor, Pem- particulars may be had of Mr f^b0 anJ Surveyor, broke, Mr John Tamlyn, Lana H Mountain Hall, or of 11. !'• Goode aud I lulpott, Havei- fordwest. Haverfordwest, 1st. Oct.a 1539. PEMBROKESHIRE. TO CAPITALISTS. MR. GOODE, Has been honoured with instructions to selt fry fturtioll, At the CAST LI? IVV. HAVERFORDWEST, on SA- TURDAY, the 30th day of NOVRMBER, 1839, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, IN ONE LOT, THE Impropriate TITHES of the Rectories of L the several Parishes of Llangolman, Llar.dilo, and inaenclochog, together with the perpetual right of pre- sentation to the-united Vicarages of these parishes. -The Improptiate Tithes havu-been commuted into fixed Rent Charges, as follows:- d. £ s. d. Llangolman 67 6 8 Llandilo 22 0 0 Maenctoehog. 1 0 0 £ 189 6 8 The Income of the several Vicarages will be as follows:- LLANGOIMAN. £ s, d. Tithe Commuted into a Rent Charge. 33 13 4 Uninvested Money in the bands of the Trus- teieS i° Q"een Anne's Bounty, £ 600 for they pay 3i per cent. 19 0 0 Kents of Lands jointly with Llandilo 35 0 0 LLANDILO. Tithe Commuted into a Rent Charge. 11 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, £400 at 3! per cent. 13 0 0 A Parliamentary Grant of f4,52 129. 4d., also uninvested at 3 per cent 18 11 6 Parsonage House and Glebe, worth about 15 0 0 £ 203 11 10 Mr Goode, in calling attention to the Sale of this novel and safe Investment, bogs to refer the Public to the peculiar construction of the 82 and 83 sections of the June Commutation Act, which gives the owner of Rent Charges, of the above description, a prior claim to the Landowner -,n 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- sion of the Land until the Rent Charge is paid, thus making it a more secure Investment than the purchase of Freehold Estates. Gentlemen desirous of making a certain provision in Uirch for a sou, will find this an opportunity seldom to e met with. The uninvested Money may be laid out in purchasing part of the impropriate Rent Charge, and thus increase the Vicar's Income, and the remainder the Landowners would doubtless gladly purchase. WMV6 Prcsent incumbent is the Rev. 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 urveyors, &c., Haverfordwest. Letters to be post paid. r WINTTEBT FASHIONS. The Mobility, Gentry, Clergy, Professional Gen. tlemen, and Inhabitants of Bristol, Clifton, Cheltenham, and the TVest of England, are respectfully informed that 0 D. HYAM AND CO., TAILORS 6c WOOLLEN DRAPERS Importers of Foreign Nestings, 42, WINE STREET, BRISTOL, Have completed their Purchases for the present Season. 'l-'HE STOCK consists of most Splendid and Novel Designs in British and Foreign Vest- ings a Variety of Beautiful Mixtures in Beavers and Pilots. Manufactured from I-me German Wool, for the Taglioni, Russian Pelto, and 1 ilot Coats Double Milled Cloths, Petershams. Pilots, &c., for Great Coats; and an Extensive Assortment of Doeskins, Caledonias, &c., &c for Trowsers Printed Flannel*, Ermine, and Brighton Coating, for Dressing Gowns, &c. The principal object of D. II. and Co., is permanency of Connexion, to obtain which, the Cutting Department is under the superintcndance ot Cutters of First Rate Talent and Taste; this combined with Reasonable Charges, and First hate Quality, is the inducement theyjoffer to Gentlemen to patronise their Establish- ment. The annexed List of Prices will on comparison of Quality, be found at the le.ast from 30 to 40 per Cent, under the Prices usually charged and such is the con- fidence the Proprietors feel, that in point of Qllality, Cut, and Prices, they cannot be excelled they beg to ob- serve that no Garment oidere< at their Ksiablishmeni need be taken when made, it not fully approved of in any of the above particulars. GUEAT COATS. Pilot or Beaver Coats, Taglioni R«s. sian Pelto, or Pilot Fashion. from 1 10 0 Double Milled Cloth Gt. Coats, Double Breasted 2 0 0 Superior ditto 2 15 0 Petersham 1 12 0 Very best ditto 2 8 0 Macintosh and Co. s Patent Water. proof 7,V •*•••, „ 115 0 Gentlemen's Fine Dress Coats from £ l 12 0 to 2 12 0 Superfine Frock or Surtout.. £ ( 15 0 to 2 16 0 TKOWSERS. Caledonias f«om £ 0 10 0 to 0 15 0 Buckskin £ 0 15 0 to 1 0 0 Doeskin "-t'l 0 0 to I 6 0 Superfine Cassimcre ,,£0 15 0 to 1 3 0 Superfine ditto Breeches from 0 15 0 WAISTCOATS. Woollen Velvets fro"n-EO 10 0 to 0 15 0 Cassirnere ,,£0 8 6 to 0 10 6 Embroidered Cashmere EO 13 9 to 0 16 0 Splendid French Satins Eo 15 o to 1 0 o Silk Velvet, British"! ]Q Q Ditto Dutch Plain or Figured } 1 5 0 Ditto Genoa 3 f 9 0 Waistcoats Splendidly Embroidered, Silver aud Golll, for Dress Ball Vest. CLOAKS. Cloth Opera Cloaks from ] 1Q 0 Spanish i Circular, ditto 2 5 0 Ditto, a complete Circle of yards round '^330 Velvet Collars, &c. extra. Youth's Camlet diito „ o g A Ditto, Cloth ditto M 0 11 6 LIVERIES. Suit of Livery 2 15 q Best Cloth, ditto 3 10 0 Coachmen's Great Coats, Treble Milled" 2 Is 0 Large Sizes extra. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Superfine Plain Cloth Dress, consisting | Of a 1 unic. Vest and Trowsers "I 1 0 Ditto, Superior Quality, handsomely Braided, faced with Silk 8 0 Youth s Dress, of any colour, consisting of Jacket, Waistcoat, and Trowsers, made to any pattern 1, I 4 0 Ditto, Superior Quality, neatly Braided 1 12 0 CONTRACTS by the year, originally introduced by D Hyam and Company, and having gained them such un- equalled fame, their Prices being the lowest ever offered they still recommend them to every Gentleman, to whoni Fashion, Economy, and Regularity are an object. SECOND QUALITY-.—Two Suits of Superfine clotbes any Colour, fG, 10s. Three ditto, ditto, ig. 10. Fou ditto, ditto, £ 12. 10s. BEST QUALITY.—Two Suits of West of England Wool-dyed, X7. 16s. The best quality that can be made. Three ditto ditto, XII. lis. Four ditto, ditto, £ 15 Velvet Collars, &c., extra. And so on in proportion for each Suit. Each Suit to be returned on the receipt of its suc- cessor. Gentlemen contracting for 3 or more suits, are allowed two Suits in wear during the whole time. The Largest and most Extensive Stock of Mackintosh ,Ind ço.'s Patent Waterproof Cloaks, Capes, Nursin-j Aprons, &c., 15 Per Cent under the Regular Price. I D.H., and Co., having Young Men in their Establish- ment who speak the French, German, and Italian Lan- guages, they trust it will induce Foreigners to patronise their Establishment. A Suit of Clothes twide at Five Hours, Notice. SOCIETY for the DISCHARGE and RELIEF of PERSONS IMPRISOMRD for SMALL DEBTS, throughout ENGLAND aud WALERS. established 1772. PRISIDENT-Tlie Earl of ROMNEY. R V VICE-PRESIDENTS. Lord Kenyon 1 gj Francis Burdett, Bart., Right Hon. Sir R. pee] I ftT.P. Bt. M.P. Qjiar|esEdwardPigon,Esq. Bt. M.P. Qjiar|esEdwardPigon,Esq. w?lRr^!URETRrBenjam!" Ronrt Cabbell. Esq., F.R.S. AUDITORS—John Pepys> Esq AN<J Colin Mackenzie, Esq. At a MEETING of GOVERNORS, held in Craven Street, on Wednesday the 6th dav November, 1839, the Cases of 39 Petitioners were considered, of which 31 were approved, 2 rejected. ? inadmissible, and 4 de- ferred for inquiry. Since the Meeting held on the.2nd of October, EIGHTY SIX DEBTOBS, of whom -fo had Wives and 200 Children, have been dischaa^d from the Prisons of England and Walts, the rjQpInfe. of wliose liberation, including every charge connected with the Society, was C261 Os Id., and the following BFNEFACTIONS RECEIVED SINCE THE LAST REPORT :— The Rev. C. B. Charlewood A £ 2 2 0 Peter Grant. Esq A 2 2 0 Josiah Martin, Esq. (per Messrs Hoare) .A 330 Major Charles Marriott (per Messrs Hoare) A 5 0 0 The Executors of William Edward Ward, Esq. (Legacy under his Will). One Thousand Pounds Stock Three per Cent. Consols, trans- ferred to the Trustees. Benefactions arc received by Benjamin Bond Cabbell, Esq., the Treasurer, No. 1, Brick Court, Temple also by the following Bankers:—Messrs Cocks, Dorrien, Drummonds, Herries, Hammersleys, Hoares, Whitmore, Veres; and by the Secretary, No. 7. Craven Street, Strand, where the Books may be seen by those who are inclined to support the Charity, and where the Society meet on the first Wednesday in every Month. JOSEPH LUNN, Secretary. DB. ROBINSON S STOMACHIC APERIENT PILLS, VTILL be found peculiarly useful in most com I" plaints of the stomach and bowels. They tend most speedily aud effectually to restore the weak and debilitated frame to soundness and vigour by removing obstructions in the alimentary canal, imparting tone to the stomach, gently stimulating the liver and enabling it to discharge its important functions with due regularity and effect, thus relieving the vessels of the brain from that plethora, inactivity, and tumescence, which are too frequent precursors of paralysis, apoplexy, mental aber- ration, and partial or universal suspension of nervous energy, on which account they are strongly recommend to students and all those whose occupations are sedentary DR. ROBINSON'S BRITISH COUGH PILLS. As a remedy for coughs in general, asthma, difficulty of breathing, &c. the pills stand unrivalled, and need only a trial to command their general adoption; they open the chest, allay the irritation and tickling in the throat, promote expectoration, remove stricture from the cutaneous vessels, and eminently as well as speedily re- lieve and subdue the cough. The inventor of the above-named pills, besides being educated in the various branches of his profession under the most celebrated physicians and surgeons of the age, has been actively engaged for more than twenty years in extensively successful practice, during which time he frequently found the above remedies to be eminently useful. 3 Sold in boxes, price Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each, duty included, wholesale by the proprietors, BEACH and BARNICOTT. at their dispensary, B,idport; by the ■ondon houses; retail by all respectable medicine ven- ders m the United Kingdom. BSERVE.'—No medicines sold under the above names can possibly be genuine unless Beach and Barnicott, late Dr. Roberts, Bridport," is engraved and printed on the stamp affixed to each package. I HE remarkable properties of Medicines have K eng^ed at,ention of mankind in all apes, and to the sagacity, industry, and good fortune of inquirers, the world is indebted for many valuable discoveries. Among these are some which have maintained their claim to distinction for a Ion-, period of time, and have commanded approbation as real additions to the general stock. THE 1 Cordial Balm of Syriacum ays claim to this distinction, as no remedy has hitherto been discovered which Droves so generally beneficial in disorders of the nervous system and of the digestive organs. In trembling of the limbs, palpitation of the heart, vertigo, flatulence, lo« ness of spirits and general debility, and m the symptoms of a cold, bilious and con- sumptive habit, its efficacy is very great. Whether used to give relief to those who have reason to repent an ex- cessive IIldulgence of the passions or the habits of fashion- able life, too great atteJtion t0 business, or juvenile indiscretions that strike at the root of health and vigour, .twill be found an invaluable bracerand invigorant. Nothing perhap. weakens the mind so much as per- melons practices, which take possession of the whole mind and attention, and prevent its votaries from follow- ing their respective vocations, by engrossing their ideas, even when they should be employed in devotion or business; rendering them stupid, dull, and tilotiglifiti, and destroying their vivacity, cheerfulness, and health, by bringing on consumption, and all that dreadful train of complaints which make them timid- whimsical, and ridiculous. n r \i nnder Divine Influence, the CORDI AL BALM Ob SYRiACUMwi„ restore to the enjoyment of all the comforts of life It is universally admirtd being pleasant to the taste'and smell, gently astringe. the fibres of the stomach, and gives that proper tensity which a good digestion requires. As nothing can be better adapted to help and q nourish the constitution, so there is nothing more generally acknowledged to be pecu- liarly efficacious iu all inward wasting, loss of appetite, indigestion, depression of spirits, trembling or shaking of the hands orlimbs, obstinate coughs, shortness ot breath, or consumptive habits. It possesses wonderful efficacy in all nervous disorders fits head aches, weaknesses, heaviness and lowness of spirits, dimness of sight, con- fused thoughts, wandering of the mind, vapours, and melancholy, and all kinds of hysteric complaints are gradtiallyreinoved by its use In sickness of the stomach, flatulencies, or obstructions it is safe and powerful, and as a purifier of the blood 'it has not its equal, in the world This Balsamic Cordial may be jlJtly enumerated amongst the foremost of those happy discoveries which medical research has procured as the b.lessings of the human race, and the greatest counteractive to human misery; thousands at this moineut in the United King. dom, praise the day they first made trial of this restorative. This Cordial is highly esteemed in the East and West Indies for nourishing and invigorating the nervous sys- tem and acting as a general restorative on debilitated constitutions, arising from bilious complaints contracted in hot climates. The studious. as well as theigedentary part of the community, should never be without the Cordial Balm of Syriacum, which removes diseases of the head, invigorates the mind, ilJJprovea the memory, and enlivens the imagination. Those who have long resided in hot climates, and are languid and relaxed in their whole system, may take this medicine with the happiest effects; and persons going abroad, cannot store a more important article of life and health. In Bottles at I In., or four quantities in one family bottle for 33s. duty included, whereby one lis. bottle is saved. Sold by all Medicine Venders in this town also in every other town and city throughout the United King- dom, America, and the Continent of Europe. PREPARED ONLY BY MESSRS PERRY AND CO., SURGEONS, No. 4. Great Charles Street, Birmingham, and 23, Slater Street, Liverpool. !7- Observe, none are Genuine without the Signature of R. and L. PSHRY, and Co., impressed on a stamp on the outside of each wrapper to imitate which is felony of the deepest dye. Messrs Perry and Co., Surgeons, may be consulted as usual at No. 4, Great Charles Street, Birmingham, 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. PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, famous throughout Europe for the Cure of Scurvy, Scrofula, Old Wounds, and tor Lues Venerea, are mild and speedily efficacious, m recent as well as the most obstinate case; price 28. 9d., 4s. 6d., and lis., and with each box is given a TREATISE ON SYPHILITIC DISEASES. No bad Symptoms the frequent consequences of ignorant treatment, have ever followed their use, and their efficacy which is now established by their great sale in all parts of Kurope and America. N. B.-cotilitry Druggists, Booksellers, Patent Medicine Venders,and every other Shopkeeper, can be supplied with any quantity of Perry's Cordial Balm of Syriacum, and Purifying Specific Pills, with the usual allowance to the Trade, by all other wholesale Patent Medicine Houses in Loudon. Siltl by Mr David Morgan, Mertbyr.Tydvil, I SHIP BREWERY, WERTHYR. WANTED, immediately, a IIORSg KEPER. or Stable Man. A deserving person will meet with constant employ. A married man will be preferred. Application for particulars to be made at the Brewery. BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAM PACKETS US" AND GLAMORGAN, WILL syur. Till 11^ During the NEXT: WEEK, as follows FROM BULST^R.. Nov. lB.. Monday. t. 2 afternoon 19..Tuesday 7. morning 20..Wednesday H morning 21..Thursday 9k morning 22. Frid ay 7 morning 23..Saturday 8 morning FROM NEWPORT. Nov. 18..Monday 1 afternoon 19.. Tuesù,{y I afternoon 20..Wednesday li afternoon 21..1'hursday 10 morning 22.. Friday ]0j morning 23.. Saturday 7 morning FARES:—After Cabin, 4S—Fore-Cabin, 2s. Chil- dren under 12 Ye-trs of Agb, Hal f-price.- Dogs, Is. each. Four-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s.; Horses each, 5s. Two-Wheel Carriage or light Pbaeton, drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s. Horse and Rider, After-Cabin ,7s. ditto Fore-Cabin, 6s. (t^»The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets GIVE NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, 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 fhe Packet Office, one hour (at least) before the time stated for Sailing. PONTYPOOL AND ABERGAVENNY.•—Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IROJol WORKS, through Abercarn, New. bridge, and Bedwellty, and a branch from Newbridge to N antyglo;-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, Hotwclls, and Rodney Wharf, New. port. JOHN JON ES, Agent. THE CARDIFF and BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE, H. T. PARFt rr, Commander, ^JRJJKL ARE INTENDED TO SAIL TFJTLN DU,IU" !HE NEXT WEEK, as follows, j(\Viih liberty to Tow Vessels.) FROM CARDIFF. Nov. IB.Ntonday Na,itilus 2 afternoon \,ndaj\ Charlotte 3 afternoon 20.. Wednesday.NautHus 4 afternoon 21., 1 hursday Lady Charlotte 7£ morning 22.. Friday Nautilus 6 morning id.. Saturday Lady Charlotte 6 morning FROM BRISTOL. Nov. 18..Monday Lady Charlotte 12| afternoon vt/lCf .Nautilus. 7 morning ^•.Wednesday.Lady Charlotte 8 morning OO"*IJ U.RSDAY .Nautilus 9 morning 0 a ay Lady Charlotte 9J morning 2o.. Saturday Nautilus 6 mornine Q to?h"dTcsofi"iurrrto be atong-side an hour previous to the tUlle of PIRE', :-After Cabin, 5s.-Fore Cabin,3s. each" t'rCn Un^erl2 Years of Age, Half-price.— Dogs, Is. each. P A Fenaic Steward attends the l,adies'Cabiii. Refreshments may be had on Board, on inoderate terais. 10*. 6d -Is-i Ditto drawn by One Horse each- ifrt-a* Carriage, 10s. (>d.: Horses, 6s. 7s-6d.- ClUl3."11 After Cabin, Us. Fore Cabin, expense ° ^'ieeP* These Fares include every NoteT accoun'a^le for any Goods without Shipping re<l,lested to order all Goods intended foi llnhort r«i ,VS to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to T A iw oYi11 Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the i..HA;!L0'n,«. to Clare Street Hall, iVIarsb street, Bristol. p k°( s wiU be hauled from tlie Warehouses to the c ets' al the expeuse of the Companies. Me>thy,-t Newbridge, Aberdare, Cowbridge, Bridgend, .>,a" rtsseuf ,und Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these 'I" Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im. lately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited iu the eam 1 acket Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. ofrh°0k'S' 1>ackag(!'» Parcels, &c. forwarded to all parts e Kingdom without delay, when sent to eitherof their Stearn 1 acket Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. F/.rtller information as to Freight, ttc. will be readily obtained by applying to the Agents, Mr Woodman, Agent, at the Packet Office on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr John Griffith Jones, Agent, No. 12, Quay street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS Pac. ret; and of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Oiffce, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Ilr NV. B. Owen, 16, Avon Cres. cent, Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. NOTicp.rhe 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, 1 ackages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, Leakage or otherwise) unless Hooked 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 landing, will be warehoused at the risk and expence of the consignees. All goods to be considered as liens, not ouly for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously un. satisfied Freight and Charges due bj consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weight* or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot be allowed, uuless a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. ,1"0 those afflicted With GOUT,RHEU- MA'I'tSrl   RE;U-X, I'AINS in  HEAD and FACE, Qften mistaken for the & & There is no medicine to whose praise higher and nio, e nUluerons have bccn Gout and Rheumatic Pills,"—from aU P«'^ and every rank in society, their great efficacy is acknowledged' The recent case of the Chevalier de la Garde, Ch«mterwf, to Stanislaus, late King of Poland, is one of the mostconvincW proofs of their great and extraordinary virtues. Similar effect# 'wen* also experienced by the Rev. Dr R omberg, of Mi<pertc.n Hall. Yorkshire. Chaplain to his late Majesty, and Rector ,S Cripplcgate, London, who, with a spirit of the kindest bu. manity, voluntarily gave his testimony to their liannv effect* Cases have from time to time been published, as transmitted by, or who can bear testimony to their extraordinary effieaev from Mr Smeeton, Leeds, Mr Drewry, Derby, Mr Nnl.l/ Boston, Mr Drury, Lincoln, Mr Hatlersby, Barton Mr H.ll Gainsborough, Mr Gardner. Banbury, Mr May, Evesham Mr Walker, Malmesbury. Mr Chin«, Launceston, and a multitude of others throughout the Kingdom, particularly in Loudon and its vicinity, too numerous for insertion iu an advertisement The afflictid with those tormenting diseases, Gout Rhe i malic Gout, Rheumatism. Lumbago, Sciatica, PainI Head and Pace, often mistaken for the Tooth Ache Tic Doloreux, &c., will fin. from the use of tM. Medicine that speedy relief tor which u s so celebrated. And while its ertlcacy is unparalleled for the foregoing diseases, it must be consolatory to the afflicted with G .ut, to be assured that it possesses the property of preventing the disease flying to the brain, stomach, orolhet vital part. '» Seid by Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London • and !,v his appointment, by Mr D Morgan, Druggist, Merthyr Tydvil- Mr Phillips, Cardiff; Mr Farror, Monmouth Mr WiUiamV Brecon; Mr Williams, Newport; and all resDeclab e Medicine Venders throughout the Kingdom. Pricf 2s 9d per bo*. Ask for Blair's Gout and Rheumatic Pills, and observe the name and address ot "Thomas Prout, 229, Strand, London iinpresed on the Government Stamp, affixed to each Box ot the Genuine Meuictue,