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PEMBROKESHIRE. TO CAPITALISTS. MR. GOODE, Has been honoured with instructions to Sell by auction, At the CASTLE INV. HAVERPORDWEST, on SA- TURDAY, the 30th day of NOVEMBER, 1839, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, IN ONE LOI, FTpHE Impropriate TITHES of the Rectories of t_ the several Parishes of Llangolman, Llandilo, and Maenclochog, together with the perpetual right of pre- sentation to the united Vicarages of these parishes. The Impropiiate Tithes have been, commuted into fixed Rent Charges, as follows:—r ,*•' £ s. d. Llangolman 67 6 8 Llandilo 22 0 0 Maenclochog 100 0 0 £ 189 6 8 The Income of the several Vicarages will be as follows:- -C s, d. Tithe Commuted into a Uent Charge 33 13 4 Uninvested Money in the hands of the Trus- tees of Queen Anne's Bounty, f600 for which they pay 3i per cent. 19 0 0 Rents of Lands jointly with Llandilo 35 0 0 LLANDILO. Tithe Commuted into a Uent 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, £ 40l> at 3J per cent. 13 0 0 A Parliamentary Grant of £ 452 J2's. 4d., also uninvested at 3 per cent 13 11 6 Parsonage House and Glebe, worth about I. 15 0 0 XW3 14 10 Mr Goode, in calling attention to the Sale of this novel and safe Investment, begs to refer the Public to the peculiar construction of the 82 and 83 sections of the Tithe Commutation Act. which gives the owner of Rent Charges, of the above description, a prior claim to the Juandowner 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- lIOn. of the Land until the Kent Charge is paid, thus making it a more secure Investment than the purchase of Freehold Estates. Gentlemen desirous of making a certain provision in Church for a son, will find this an opportunity seldom to be 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. The present incumbent is the Rev. James Propert Williams, aged about 36 years. Further particulars may be had of Mr Gibbon, Solicitor, Pembroke; MrJóhn Tamlyn, Land-a^ent and Surveyor, Mountain Hall; or, II P. Goode and Philpott, Land Surveyors, &c., Haverfordwest. Letters to be post paid. WINTER FASHIONS. The Nobility, Gentry. Clergy. Professional Gen- tlemen, and Inhabitants of Bristol, Clifton, Cheltenham, and the West of England, are respectfully informed that D. HYAM AND CO., T AXXiORS A. WOOLLEN DRAPERS Importers of Foreign Vesting*, 42, WINE STREET, BRISTOL, Have completed their Purchasesfor the present Season. rpHE STOCK consists of most Splendid and JL Novel Designs in British and Foreign Vest- ings; a Variety of Beautiful Mixtures in Beavers and Pilots, Manufactured from Fine German Wool, for the Taglioni, Russian Pelto, and Pilot Coats Double Mifled Cloths, Petershams, Pilots, &c., for Great Coats; and an Extensive Assortment of Doeskins, Caledouias, &c.t &c., for Trowsers Printed Flannels, Ermine, and Brighton Coating, for Dressing Gowns, &c. The principal object of D. H. and Co., is permanency of Connexion, to obtain which, the Cutting Department is under the superintendance of Cutters of First Rate Talent and Taste; this combined with Reasonable Charges, and First Rate Quality, is the inducement theyloffer to Gentlemen to patronise their Establish- ment. The annexed List of Prices will on comparison of Quality, be fojnd at the least from 30 to 40 per Cent, under the Prices usually charged and such is the con- fidence the Proprietors feel, that in point of Quality, Cut, and Prices, they cannot be excelled they beg to ob- serve that no Garment ordered at their Establishment need be tak< n when made, if not fully approved of in any of the above particulars. GREAT COATS. £ s. d. Pil. t or Beaver Coats, Taglioni Rus- sian Pelto, or Pilot Fashion fro:n 1 10 0 Double Milled Cloth Gt. Coats, Double Breasted » Superior ditto 2 15 0 Petersham 11 1 12 0 Very best ditto. 11 2 8 0 M arintosh and Co.'s Patent Water- proof 115 0 Gentlemen's Fine Dress Coats from £ l 12 0 to 2 12 0 Superfine Frock or Surtout.. „ ct 15 0 to 2 16 0 TROWSERS. Catedonias. fromfo 10 0 to 015 0 Buckskin. 1:0 150to 10 0 Doeskin XI0 0 to 1 6 0 Superfine Cassiincre £0 15 0t o 13 0 Superfine ditto Breeches. from Q 15 0 WAISTCOATS. Woollen Velvets fromjJO 10 0 to 0 15 0 Cassimere »» £ 0 8 6 to 0 10 6 Embroidered Cashmere £ () 13 9 to 0 16 0 Splendid French Satins. »> £ 0 15 0 to 1 0 0. Silk Velvet, British C0 18 0 Ditto Dutch I Tlain or Figured ^15 0 Ditto Genoa j CI 9 0 Waistcoats Splendidly Embroidered, Silver and Guld, for Dress Ball Vest. CLOAKS. Cloth Opera Cloaks from 1 10 0 Spanish J Circular, ditto 25 0 Ditto, a complete Circle of 9i yards round 3 <1 0 Velvet Collars, &c. extra. Youth's Camlet ditto >, 0 8 Ditto, Cloth ditto 0 11 b LIVERIES. Suit of Livery II 2 15 0 Best Cloth, ditto II 3 10 0 Coachmen's Great Coats, Treble Milled" 2 18 0 Large Sizes extra. CHILDREN'S DRESSRS. Superfine Plain Cloth Dress, consisting of a Tunic, Vest and Trowsers I1 0 ior Quality, handsomely iirai- >ced with Silk ,,130 Ycnlh's 1; • S of any colou r, consisting ot, Waistcoat, and Trowsers, inade Oi-,T,y pattern ,,140 Diuo, Superior Quality, neatly Braided 1 12 0 Contra "sbythe year, originally introduced by D. Hyam i. company, and having gained them such IIn- o-iuu'W li-i.e, their Prices being the lowest ever offered ihey s.i}! r .)u)mendtlicin to every Gentleman, to whom Fashion, Economy, and Regularity are an object. SC'JOISU QUALITY.—Two Suits o Superfinc Clothes ar j Cr.iour, £ 6. 10s. Three ditto, ditto, £ 9. 10s Four .^i'to, ditto, £ 12. 10s. QUALITY.—Two Suits of West of England TVoo'-dyo;! £ 7. Ifo. The best quality that can be made. Thr««! die; ditto, Xi I. Us. Four ditto, ditto, £ 15 11 irs, &c., extra. And so on in proportion for Suit. Each Suit to be returned on the receipt of its suc- cessor, contracting for 3 or more suits, are uo&wca t- Skiiis in wear ditring the whole time. 'st and most Extensive Stock of Mackintosh !1i.d (;0.F. )dtent Waterproof Cloaks, Capes, Nursing Anrotis. <s 15 Per Ceut under the Regular Price. P.H I Co., having Young Men in their Establish- ment -vr.o Npeak the French, German, and Italian Lan- o guage, ihe. trust it will induce Foreigners to patronise hen K*itu ishment. A Il of Clolhff made al Five i/aurt* Notice. I GLAMORGANSHIRE. Llautrissent Turnpike Trust. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that an AUCTION will be held at the CROSS KEYS INN, in the town of LLANTRISSENT, on FRIDAY, the 20th day of DECEMRER, 1839, between the hours of One and Three o'clock in the Afternoon, for LET- lING, for One Year from the 31st day of December next, THE TOLLS arising and to be payable at the following Gates, subject to the written conditions to he then and there produced, which Tolls produced the last year, above the expense of collecting them as under, viz :— South Gate £ s. d. East and North Gate f n n Crosevane Chain 400 U U Ponlclown and West Chain ) Newbridge Gate, Chains and Cymer > A Chain ) 257 0 0 £ 657 0 0 And will be respectively put up at the above sums. with such exceptions as the Trustees shall think fit. Who- ever happens to be the best bidder must. at the same time, pay one month in advance (if required) of the Rent at which such Tolls may be let. and give security, with sufficient sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Hoads- for the payment of the Rent monthly, under such conditions and in such man- ner as the Trustees shall think fit. By order of the Trustees, T. JOHN, Dated 15th November, 1839. Clerk. ftberlJare ftuvniuttt tErwrt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT ii»e TOLLS arising at the TOLL GATES, upon the ABEIl DARE TURNPIKE R:)AD, called and known by the names of Craig Evan Leyshou, Cefn Glas, and Aberdare Village Gates, WILL BE LET BY AUCTION, to the best Bidder, at the House of ROBERT JONES, the BLACK LION INN. at ABERDARE, on THURSDAY. the 5th day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of Eleven and Two, in the manner directed by tie Act passed in the third Year of the Keign of his Majesty King George the Fourth, for reulating Turnpike Itoads which Tolls produced the last Year the 811111 of One Hundred and Ninety-two Pounds, above the expenses of collecting them and will be put up at that sum. Who ever happens to be the best Bidder must, at the same time, pay qide month in advance, (if required,) and give Security flith sufficient Sureties, to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Uoad, for the rest ot the money Monthly. Signed.jenKIXS> November 20th. 1839. Clerk. Society for the Propaffa**011 Gospel in Foreign Part8, District Committee for that part of the Diocese ofLlan- daff, situate within the County of Glamorgan, MINUTES of Proceedings at the Anniversary Meeting, held at Cowbridge, on 'luesday, the 12th of November, 1839. Viscount ADARE, M.P., in the Chair. Resolive,d,-That it appears from the Accounts of the Treasurer, audited by J. Bruce Pryce, Esq., that the Subscriptions for the Year, commencing January 1st, 1839, amount to £ 120 15s. 0d. That the Disbursements include the following ite^.ns of which the aggregate is XIN 15s. OJ. 1839. £ s. d. Apiil 15. W. fiird, Printing Minutes, Sec. 1 18 0 April 6, Editor of Merlhyr Guardian for [sell Advertisements. 157 Feb. 26, E itor of Cainbrian o d i t 110 Postage atid Carriage of Parcels. 10 0 May 3, Transmitted to Parenl Socitty ..115 10 5 X120 15 0 rhat the thanks of this Meeting he given to the Rev. lhoinas Stacey, for his Sermon, preachcd in Cardiff Church, and for the Moiety of the Collection after it, amounting to £ 15 ]s. lOd. transmitted by him to the Treasurer. That the Treasurer be requested to convey to the Parent Society their unanimous and thankful acceptance of the suggestion respecting a Deputation, communicated in Mr Salisbury's letter ot the 30th April, 1839. That the thanks of this Meeting be given to the Rev. J. M. Traherne, and the Rev. J. Harding, for their S6rV,CeS' ADARE. Chairman. JOHN M. TRAHERNE, Treasurer, Coedriglan, Nov. 19, 1839. WOOD'S Celebrated Bilious and Liver Pills, SO well known for the speedy and effectual re- moval of all Bilious complaints, obstructions of the Stomach, Liver and Bowells, pains in the Head and Side, Dimness of Siljht. Scorbutic affections, Cmancons Eruptions, and all complaints aiising from a Disordeied Stomach, have been in use for upwards of a quarter of a century. and are proved to be the best and most valua. ble Medicine for the above complaint. As a general Family Aperient Medicine, no one ouyhl to be without them, as at the commencement of disease a dose or two will frequently remove it altogether Be sure ask for WOOD'S BILIOUS AND LIVF.IE PILLS prepared by Rogers, Druggist, Leomiuster, whose signa- ture upon the Stamp is the only guarantee for their beign genuine. Sold in Boxes at Is Ijd., Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietor C. ltogers Wholesale by Sutton and Co., 10 Bow Church Yard, London; and Retail by all Patent Medicine Venders in the Kingdom. Britannia Life Assurance Company, No. 1, PRINCES STREET, BANK, LONDON. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. tJírcctors. William Bardgctt, Esq. Robert Eglinton, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Esq. Erasmus Koster, Esq. VVm. Hechney Ulack, Ksq. Alex. Robert Irvine, lisq. John Brightman, Esq. ^'orrison, Ksq. CJeorge Cohen, Esq. William Shand, Jnn., Esq. Willis Coventry, Esq. Henry Lewis Smale, Esq. John Drcwctt, I'sq. Thomas Tweed, Esq. ftlciii'cal Officers. John Sims, M. O.—Ebenezer Smith, Esq., Surgeon. ■Soltcttor. William Bevan, Esq., Old Jewry. ADVANTAGES OF THIS INSTITUTION. A most economical set of Tables composed expressly for the use of this Institution, from authentic and com- plete data. Increasing rates of Premium on a new and remark- able plan, for securing loans or debts; a less imme- diate payment being required on a pohcy for the whole term of life than in any other office- A Board of Directors in attendance djii y at Two Age of the Assured in every case admitted iu the Age of the Assured in every case adolltt8 III t All^claims payable within one month after proof of Medical attendants remunerated in all cases for their reports. Premium per Cent ?pcr An" Payable during .i • J Eouith Remain- First Second I bird o{ Age. Five Five Five yearg y ife Years. Years. Years. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ >• £ ,"6 y | 3 20 1 1 4 I 5 10 | 10 1 n 6 30 I 6 4 I U 2 19 I 7 3 4 3 „ 40 1 16 1 'i 4 4 2 14 3 6 13 „ 50 |2 16 7394455J PETER MOllRlSON, Esq., Resident Director, London. AG ENTS. NEWPORT MR TRBDKOAR IRON WORKS — RC R->NK r R _\V. D Horwood, Bank. •••••••••••• w'aher Tliompson, Bank, MEKTHYR TYDVIL — Waller v • PONTVPOO. -Stephen Vernon Bank. CHLPSTOW -J. L. Baldwyn, Solictor. USK — .•••••••• A rn RG A V E N N V J. H iley M o rgan, St at ioner MONMOUTH VV. Jeukms, 5>uuoaer, 1 npHE UNIVERSAL LIFE ASSURANCE SO- L CIETY 69. CO If NH ILL, LONDON, for Lives, Survivorships, Endowments, for Children, and for the Purchase and Sale of Reversions and Annuities. Capital £ 500,000.. patrons. Colonel Sir ROBERT H. CONLIFFE, Bart. Sir GEORGE THOMAS STAUNTON, Bart. M.P. F.R.S. Major-General Sir JASPER NlCHOLLS, K.C.B. Sir RAI.PH RICE. Colonel Sir JAMES SUTHERLAND. IStrectorg, Sir HFNRY WTLLCOCK, K.L.S. Chairman. JOHN STEWART, Esq. M.P. Deputy Chairman. John Bagshaw. Esq. Charles Otway Mayne, Esq. Alexander Baillie. Ksq. Robert Musro, Esq. Augustus Bosanqnet, Esq. John Roger, jun. Esq. Chas. Dashwood Bruce, Rsq. Rees Gonrig Thomas, Esq. EUisWatkin Cunclitfe, Esq. Jas. Duncan Thomson, Esq William Kilburn, Esq. Capt. Saml. Thornton, R.N Treasurer,-Pasco St. Leger Grenfell, Esq. nuljitoro. Crawford Davison Kerr, Esq. John Arnold Mello, Esq. Timothy Wiggin, Esq. Balikers-Sir James Esdaile and Co. Physician— Benjamin C. Pierce, Esq. M.D. -3-illessrs Nind and Costerill. Actuary—Robert Christie, Esq. Table shewing the annual premium for assuring £100 on a Single Life. Age. Whole Life, Seven Years. One Year. 0 15 1 15 0 10 2 0 18 2 20 1 18 S 1 2 11 1, 1 9 25 2313 166 1 4 1 30 2 8 10 1104 1 8 4 35 2 14 11 1 13 9 1 12 5 40 330 1171 1 15 4 45 322 233 I ) 9 S 50 456 2 15 1 2 8 2 Mr Thomas Jones Phillips, Agent to the Universal solicits attention to the above specimen of rates for England. They are as low as is consistent with perfect security, and shew the advantages offered to the public by this Society, which further secures the interest of the assured, by returning to them three-fourths of the profits The Directors of this Society have caused investigation to he made with great care into all the Institutions of Life Insurances existing in the country, and they trust they have been fortunate in selecting from each what as a whole will place their gstablishmcnt on the most secure judicious, and satisfactory footing, both to the Proprietors and to the assured. A branch of the Universal has been formed in the Metropolis of India, and agents, Messrs. Bagshaw and 00., appointed, so as to afford reciprocal advantages to both Establishments. For further information, apply at the Office in Lon- don, or any of t he following Agents:— T. J. Phillips, Esq. Newport, Monmouth. George R. Bevan, Esq. Brecon. Downman Brothers, Bristol. II, It Downman. Esq. Carmarthen. Robert Dunkin, Esq. Llanelly. John Foulkes, Esq. Wrexham. A. H. Gabell. Esq. Crickhowell. W. poster Geach, Esq. Pontypoul. David L. Harries, Esq. Llandovery. W. Laslett, Esq. Worcester. Oliver Lloyd, Esq. Cardigan. C. B. Mansfield, hsq. Swansea. Roynon Mason, Esq Gloucester. W. E. Paynter, Esq. Pembroke. J.L. Popkin, Rsq IJlaó. E. J. Younij, Esq. Cheltenham. COPAIBA and CUBEBS ENTIRELY SUPER- SEDED.—BALSAMIC PILLS, a CURTAIN CUIlE for Gonorrhoea, gleets, strictures, pains in the loins, affections of the kidneys, gravel, irritation of the bladder or urethra, and other diseases of the urinary passages.—These Pills having been employed in np- wards of 1,800 cases in private practice within three years, prior to being advertised, in many thousand cases since, and in no one instance known to fail, are 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 cubebs and copaiba the dangerous results of the latter in the inflammatory stages, are too well known to need any COllllnent. rpared only by M. O. Wray, and sold wholesale and retail at No. 118,Holborn Hill; also at No. 9, Agar Street, opposite Charing Cross Hospital; and may be had of all respectable Patent Medicine Venders in town and country at 2i. 9d.. 4s. 6d., and lis. each box- Subjoined are a few of the many favourable notices of the above Pills by the Press, with winch M. O. Wray, has been honoured, and numerous Medical Gentlemen and private individuals have borne testimony to their superior efficacy. "The illusions of pr^-jndicc are at once dispelled, when the bright beams of truth flash conviction on the mind. In what appertains to medical science, prejudice often predominate*: this was evn enced with a malignant propensity to the illiisti'0"3 r. arvey, first disi 'covered the circulation o lie > 001 m the human body. Every improvement in Hie science ot Therapeutics, or the art of healing, renders the person wl,„ introduces it a friend and benefactor to mall kiiitt.*riiere is a ined- cine against which, "e b,'Iie,( ilicipr,,j,idice exists and the transcendent excellfincc of wlllch has been infallibly demonstrated by the IInT"\ good it has invariably effected. We refer to Mr Wray s Balsamic l'ills, of Holborn Hill, which arc prepaie< without a particle of that nauseous and deleteriousartic e copaiba."—Sunday Ttmes "In the annals of medical science, few medicines have obtained so high an' *l'e "periled a degree of cehbiity as WP.AY'S BALSAMIC PIUIS. T,^IR IN_ fallable healing properties lah.e ffully demonstrated bv the perfect restoration to lira t of an immense number of persons afflicted with strictures and other disorders of the urethra. The propne or of this invaluahle Medi- cine has most judiciously excluded fro,n these Pills that deleterious article—copai a, w 11c » may account in some degree for the astonishing CIIICS I ley have effected, and which have established their fame for ever."—Morning Chronicle.. Kvery discovery in n^!(llca' scicnce must be hailed as an auspicious event. This onscrvation will especially apply to the U,iis.itnic Pills. prepared by Mr Wray of Holborn Hill. The unique properties of this invaluable Medicine in the cure of local debility, disorders of the uretha, &c., have been fully demonstrated, and reflect a lustre upon Mr Wray's professional skill, which is en- hanced by his judicious exclusion of c!,paiba.Bell'. Life. Indefatigable researches into various branches of science have in numerous instances, proved abortive but in some they have proved pre-eminently sllccessful, and highly beneficial to the public. In support of this obser- vation, the medical skill developed in the preparation of Mr Wray's Balsamic Pills, is a full 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'may be applied the motto of the irn- mortal Nelzion-I I'alinatu qui meruit ferat. The Observer. "There is a soothing attraction in the word Balsamic, which renders it peculiarly pleasing to those who are suf- fering under the pressure of disease,and to a peculiar class of Patients. those who are afflicted with disorders of the Urethra, &c., Mr WllA Y'S BALSAMIC PILLS, from the numerous cures effected by them, have a just and pre-eminent claim to the most distinguished public patron age.Morii ing Advertiser. 41 Archimedes while bathing, solved a difficult problem, which so delighted him, that he jumped out of the batli and ran through the streets of Syracuse, exclaiming, < I have found it. I have found it!' There are many pro- blems in medical science very difficult to explain. Mr Wray of Holborn Hill, has, however, by the pre-eminent virtues of his Balsamic Pills, solved a very perplexina problem in the art of healing; an aride of greater ex cellence and utility the annals of medicine do not record." The A!le. "The Roman Senate decreed a civic crown to that individual who had saved the life of ONE fellow citizen. Of what national importance then must the Balsamic l'ills, prepared by Mi Wray, of Holborn viewed which have by their life-preserving properties, suatched' hnndreds from the tomb. Mr Wray, has carefully exclud- ed from these pills the smallest particle of that nauseous and deleterious article-Copaiba." -The News. Prepared only by M. O. Wray, and sold Wholesale and Retail, at \o. lis, Holborn Hill and at the West •!iid Depot, 9, Agar Street, Strand, opposite Charinu Uross Hospital; also by Edwards, 67, St. Paul s Church Yard Messrs. Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringdon Street; ilutler, 4, Cheapside Sutton and Co., No. 10, Bow hurch Yard j and Retail by Johnston, 68, Cornhill; Sat)geri 150, Oxford Street; Lowe and Hornblower, 47,] illackfriars Iload and by all respectable Patent Medi- j cine Venders in Town and Country, at 2s, 9d,f 4t. 6d., and Ill. each box. GOOD NEWS FOR THE AFFLICTED. DR. ROBERTS'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. rpHAT excellent OINTMENT, called the POO* MAN'S FRIEND," Is confidently recommended to the public as an unfailing remedy for wounds o| every description, and a certain cure for ulcerated sore|egs(if of twenty years'standing), cuts, burns, scalds, biaises, chilblains, ulcers, scorbutic eruptions, pimples in Ae face, weak and inflamed eyes, piles and fistula, eangr^ie, and'is a specific for eruptions that sometimes follow raiccination. Sold in pots at 13Jd. and 2s. 9d. each.-Als his PILULLE FLNTISCROPHULIE, 'confirmed by more thanforty years'successful experience as an invaluable remedy for that distressing complaint called Scrofula, glandular swellings, particularly those of the neck, &c. 1 hey deiltN1 all sharpness and acrid salts, open the obstructed pores, čx1 all superfluous humours of the skiii. and present one of the best alteratives ever compounded for purifying the blond, and assisting nature in all her operation-s. They are efficacious also in Rheu. matism, and form a mild and superior family aperient,and may be taken at all times without confinement or change of diet. Sold in boxes at 13&d and 2s 9d. By the late Dr. Roberts's Will, Messrs Beach and Barnicott (who have been confidently entrusted with the preparation of his medicines for many years past) are left joint proprietors of the Poor Mail's Friend'' and Piluls Anti-icrophulcB, &c. &c with an exclusive right, O'lt power, and authority to prepare and vend the same. The utility of these Medicines is fully testified by thou- sands of persons who have been heneti!ed by their aid. Amongst the numerous testimonials received, the follow- ing are selected— To Messrs. BEACH-and BARNICOTT, Bridport. Successors and Executors of the late Dr. Roberts. Gentlemen,—At the request of the undermentioned individuals who have derived unexpected relief from the use of your valuable medicines, I am induced to send you their cases for publication in your Mentor, or otherwise, as discretion shall direct, that others similarly afflicted may reap the same benefit:Ilrs Bell, residing in New George Street, Hull, was afflicted with an ulcerated sore leg it had five deep wounds in it, which so far reduced her that she was oblidged to keep her bed she had several medical attendants, but derived little or no benefit from their aid, but is now, through the appli- cation of your Ointment and Pills (the Poor Man's Friend «nd Pilula; Antiscrophulae Pills), beyond her most san- guine expectation completely cured.-A little girl living in Dagger Lane, Hull, afflicted with scrofula, after a fruitless application to many of the neighbouring faculty, is now quite cltrcd by the use of your valuable Ointment "nd Pills.-A Iso, Martha Miller, Aldboiough Lane, Ho.derness, desires her graceful acknowledgments to you, under the blessing of the Almighty, for the cure of a bad leg by your Pills and Ointment, after numerous applica. tions had failed.—Gentlemen, I am yours resptcfully, H ill Oct. 20,1837. THOMAS RYDElL BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. — No medicine sold under the above names can possibly be genuine un- less Beach and Barnicott, late Dr. Roberts, Bridport," is engraved and printed on the stamp affixed to each package. Kach pot of Ointment has Poor Man's i'riend, prepared by Beach and Barnicott, successors to I)r. lloberts, Bridport," burnt in; and each box of Pills has on the label an impression of Hercules killing the Hydra, with the words Dr. Roberts's Alterative Pills Jor scorbutic complaints, prepared by Beach and Bariairo,t, Bridport." and each direction signed with the fac similes of the I ate Dr. Roberts, and the present proprietors' hand-writing. Sold wholesale by the Proprietors, Beach and Barni- eott, at the dispensary, Bridport; by the London houses; a»<\ hy most respectable medicine venders in the United kingdom. IN CASES OF SECRECY CONSULT THE TRICATISE On every Stage and Symptom of the VENEREAL DISEASE, in its mild and most alarming forms, jut published by MESSRS. PEKIRF & CO, SURGEONS, 4, Great Charles Street, Birmingham and 23, Slater Street, Liverpool and irivtn gratis with each Box of PKItRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, Price 2s. 9d., 18. 61. and lis. per Box, CONTAINING a V_V full description of the above co:nplaint, /*>9'ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS,shew- jng the different stages fe'v of this deplorable and NSBBv often fatal disease, as < V 1 well as the dreadful j !.| ilk effects arising from tlfe N^>,y nse of mercury, accoin- panied with "plain and fy practical directions for .tf an effectual and speedy cure with ease, secrecy, and safety, without the aid of medicalassistance. PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS, price 2s. 9d., 4s. Gd.andlU. per Box (observe, none are genuine without the signature of R & h. PERRY on the inside of each wrapper,) which are well known throughout Europe and America, to be the most certain and effectual core ever discovered for every stage and symptom of the Venereal Disease, in both sexe«, including Gonorrha;a, Gleets, Secondary Symptoms, Strictures,Seminal Weak- ness, Deficiency, and a„ Diseases of the Urinary Passages, without loss of time, confinement, or hin. drance from business • thev have eflfected the most sur- prising cures, not only in recent and severe: cases, but when salivation and all other means have failed and when an early application is made to these Pills for the cure of the Venereal Disease frequently contracted in a moment of inebriety, the eradication is generally com- pleted 111 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 the Specific Pills, in which Messrs Perry have happily compressed the most purifying and hea.rag virtues ot the principal part of the vegetable system and which is of the utmost importance to those afflicted with Scorbutic affectiolls Eruptions on any part of the ody, lllcerations, Scrofutous-or Venereal Taint, being tolly calculated to cleanse the blood from all foulness, counteract every morbid affection, and restore weak and emaciated Constitutions to pristine health and vigour. The rash, indiscriminate and unqualified use of Mer- cury has been productive to infinite muchief. Under the notion of its being an aniidote in a certain disease, the untutored think "they have only to saturate their system with Mercury, and the businesses accomplished. Fatal error! Thousands arc annually mercurialized out of existence, or their constitutions so broken ,itid the functions of nature so impaired, as to render the residue of life miserable. The disorder which we have in view owes its fatal results to neglect or ignorance. In its first stage it is always local, and easy to be extinguished by attending to the direc- tions fully pointed out in ihe Treatise, without the smallest injury to the constitution: but when neglected or improperly treated, a mere local infection will be converted into an in- curable and "atal malady. What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country and the darhng of his paients, should be snatched froin all the prospects and enjoy- ments of life by the 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 fact that thousands fall victims to this horrid disease,owing to the unskilfulness of illiterate men, who by the use of that deadly poison, mercury, ruin the constitution, cause ulceration, blotches 011 the head, face, and body, dimness of sight, noise iu the cars, 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 el)g,,e,t and a melancholy death puts a period to their dreadful sufferings. Messrs Perry and Co., Surgeons, may be consulted as U3ual at No. 4, Great Charles tltreet, 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 Cordial Balm of Syriacum Is remarkable for its efficacy in all disorders of the nervous system aud of the digestive organs, and is es- pecially recommended to those who from the irregularity of youthful age, habits of studious applicati011( or a life of pleasure have fallen into a despondent state of mind, and that distressing train of symptoms, commonly deno- minated the NERVOUS. In such persons the mental are not less enfeebled than the corporeal, and to them a remedy that acts with efficacy, without interfering with domestie habits, is peculiarly desirable. The great esti- mation in which the Cordial Balm of Syriacum is univer- ally held by those whom experience has acquainted with its virtues, is too well known to be dwelt upon. Sold in Bottles at Us. each or four quantities in one Family Bottle foT33s. duty included. N.B.—Country Druggists Booksellers, Patent Medi- cine Venders, and every other Shopkeeper can be sup- plied with any quantity of 1 erry s Purifying Specific Pills, and Cordial Balm of Syriacum, with the usual allowance to the tiade, by most of the principal Whole- sale Patent Medicine Houses in London. And may be had of most Newspaper Offices, Also by Mr J)AVID MOaAN, MertbyrTydvil, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Application 's intended to be made to Parliament, in the next session, for an Act to provide fnr the more effectual Execution of the Office of a Justice of the Peace within fie 1 anshes of Merthvr Tydvil, Gelligaer, aud Aberdare, yj ie County of Glamorgan and of Penderyn and » aynor, in the County 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 ot lerwise, as may be determined upon. By order ofthe Magistrates, L. LEWIS, their Clerk. BRISTOL and NEWPORT STEAIVf PACKETS USE AND GLAMORGAN, WILL SAIL Daring the NEXT WEEK, as follows FROM BRISTOL. Nov. 25.. Monday 9 morning 26.. Tuesday 10 morning 27.. Wednesday 11 morning 28..Thursday 11$morning 29..Friday I2 afternoon 30.. Saturday 1 afternoon FROM NEWPORT. Nov. 25..Monday s morning 26.. I uesday 8 morning 27..Wednesday morning 2S..Thursday 9^ morning 29..Friday ]Q^ morning 30..Saturday. ll morning FARES:—After Cabin, 4s.-Fore-Cabin, 2s.-Chil. dren under 12 Years of Age. Half-price.-Dogs. Is. each. Four-Wheel Carriage, 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, IOs. ,rwo Horses each, 5s.; Two-Wheel Carriage or light Phaeton, drawn by one Horse with one Passenger, 15s.; Horse and Rider, A fter-Cabin 7s. ditto Fore-Cabin, 6s. K3?»The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets GIVE NOTICE that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answcrable 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 A B ERG A V EN N Y.—-Coaches Daily between these places and Newport. TREDEGAR IRON WORKS, through Abercarn, New. bridge, and Bedwellty, and a branch from Newbridge to Rantygio.-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 COIn. pany's Office, Quay, Bristol or at tbePacket-Ofnccs Kowuham- Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, New- port. JOHN JONES, Agent. CARDIFF anl BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS NAUTILUS, JOHN ALLEN, Commander. LADY CHARLOTTE, II. T. PARFITT, Commander, '1\ ARE INTENDED TO SAIL :jMV Duriiisr the NEXT WEEK, as follows, » jTjSni (With liberty to Tow Vessels.J FROM CARDIFF. Nov. 25.. Monday .Nautilus 7 morning -26..Tnesday .Lady "Charlotte 8 morning 27.. Wednesday. Nautilus 9 morning 2d..Thursday .Lady Charlotte 10 morning 29.. Friday N autil its II morning 30..Saturday Lady Charlotte 12J afternoon FROM BRISTOL. Nov. 25.. Monday i,at]y charlotte morning c,l'' •••Nautilus. 7 morning 00* "TIC ucsday Lady Charlotte 7$morning 90'" ih.l,,r,d"y Nautilus 8$morning nn"cr Lady Charlotte 9t morning ««>Saturday Nautilus 10* morning to thriiTeSotnSa"<iirigCS 10 bc al0ng"S1<le aU h°Ur Previous n PA"ES:-After Cabin, 5s.-Fore Cabin,3s. Ciiildreil under 12 Years of Age, H a I f-I)rice.- Dogs, Is. each. A female Steward attends the Ladies'Cabin. Refreshments may be had on Board, on moderate terins. Foiir-H'heol 10s. 6d t ,?,'ril8ei 2 Is.; Ditto drawn hy One Horse each; HorS(T°L j Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. 7s. 6d.- Cattl K-'der, After Cabin, 9s. Fore Cabin, expense C These Fares iuclude every NoteT ^°l acc011nla^e for any Goods without Shipping IKIVIIITI?.? requested to order all Goods intended for Kn,p IL,US to be sent to No. 12, Quay Street, or to r A i)v Cumberland Basin Locks; and for the » Clare Street H.M, M.„h Pa?k°fIS W'11 be ha,*led from the Warehouses to the /l/C #V 81 uxl>euse of the Companies. rI er\u!)r> Newbridge, Aberdare, Cowbridge, Bridgend, Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these aces m Spring Waggons aud Lock-up Canal Boats im- cu,ately °„ arrival, unless ordered by any particular conveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Slaln t acket Warehouse till called for.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Goods, Package-, Parcels, &c. forwarded toallparts 1 me kingdom withon' delay, when sent to cither of their Steam Packet Olliccs m Cardiff or Bristol. Flirtlier information as to Freight, &c. will be readily obtained by aloplyla, to the Agents. Mr Woodman, Agent, at the Packet Office on the v 1!' (rartl'fF>" °r to. Mr John Griffith Jones, Agent, No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, for the NAUTILUS Pac- ant; of Mr Donovan, at the Packet Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr\V. 1} Owen, 16, Avon Cres- cent. Hotwells, Bristol, for the LADY CHARLOTTE Packet. NOTICE. 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. Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged I 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 andexpence of the consignees. All goods to be considered as jiens, not ouly for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously UII. satisfied Freight and Charges due bjr consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed weiglits, or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot be allowed, unless a written notice of the same be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. Price Is. lid. per box. TO THE SUFFERERS FROM BILIOUS AND I TVrn COMPLAINTS. LIVER THE unexampled success of FRAMPTON'S PILL 1 OF HEALTH calls for particular attention—These Pills give immediate relict 111 all Spasmodic and WinHv Complaints, with the whole train of well-known svmo- toms arising from a weak stomach, or vitiated bilious us secretion, Indigestion. Pain at the pitof Ihe Stomach. Bilious or Sick Head-ache, Heartburn, Los; of Appetite, Sense of Fulnessiafter Meals, Giddiness, Drowsiness and over the Eyes, &c. &c, Persons of a Full Habit who are subject to Head-ache, Giddiness, Drowsiness and Singing in the Ears, arising from too great a flow of Blood to the Head, should never be without them, as mnnv dangerous symptoms will be entirely carried off by their immediate use. They are highly grateful to the Stomach create Appetite, relieve Langoor and Depression of Spirits: gently relaxing the Bowels without griping or annoyance' removing noxious accumulations, rendering the Svstem truly comfortable, and the head clear. The very huh encomiums passed upon them by a large portion of the public, is the best criterion of their n.erit, and the con- tiuual statements of their good effects from all parts of the Kingdom, is a source of the highest gratification. Sold by T. Prout, 229, Strand, London. Price Is. lid. per box. f Mr D. Morgan, Druggist, Merthyr Tydvil; Mr Phillies Cardiff; Mr Farror, Monmouth Mr Williams, Brecon Mr Williams. Newport; and by the Venders of Medi- cines generally throughout the Kingdom. Ask for FRAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH, and ob- serve the name and address of "Thomas Prout 229 serve the name and address of "Thomas Prout 229 Siraiid, Londoll," on the Goverameut Sump, '1