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^yvyddmynytho, Hhosddy, and Cunifadryn INCLOSURE. 1THE undersigned, being the sole Cotn- missioner appointed by an Act of Parlia- passed in the 48th Year of the Reign of *f's present Majesty, inti leil, "an Act for Inclos- '"g I .amis, in the several pari sties of Llanbcdrog, r-lanfihaugel, Bachetleth, Llangian, and Llan- e*tyD, in the county of Carnarvon." Do lwrebp give jVolice, 713at a Meeting will be held at the House of Mr. ltVII) RICE, known by the Sign of the Crown ,lld Anchor, in the town of in the thilty, of Carnarvon, on Wed>i*;rV*y the T'ih day £ March r.t'xi, r.t 11 o'clock hi the forenoon, Gen and where all Persons interested in the bove Commons, are requested to attend to take ''to consideration, certain proposals made by the Wafers and others for the purchase of such prf of t|io said Commons and waste Lands al- e,l(ly Inclosed by (hem and for other special pilrPoses. RICH. ELLIS, Commissioner. ^Klthcd, Feb, 17, IS 10. Denbighshire Freehold Estates. -c;IIr> TO BE SOLI) BY AUCTION, 4t the Talbot, in Denbigh, in the county of Den- • t^f1' °n ^a,ur:iJ' *le (';iy of Marc!) 1810, | e o'clock in the afternoon, in one or more ° s as may be agreed upon, and subject to conditio™/ Messuage or Tenement, called P'as Pan ton, with the lands and premises uureunto belonging-, containing 1 12A. OR. 24 v. si- |iate in (he parisb.es of Mcnllan and Llansannan, in !e county of Den bisrh, and now in the holding of Robert Roberts. A{1 that Messuage or Tenement called Nant y b'!reSi with the lands and premises thereunto ])a-0l,nff' COMta'n'"S ^A« 20p. situate in the ol Llansannan aforesaid, and now in the ^gof Thomas Jones. He V ^a! ^ew Enclosure, in the said parish of (j eUlan, containing 113A. I it. 2p. purchased nn- 'he fJenllan inriosure Act, adjoining Plas jj^nfori farm above mentioned, and now occupied ? the said Rob!. Roberts and .-mother New fn- ;ji,.fil|re, in the said parish, containing 2A. 1k.22p. .Joining the said Plas Pan ion farm, and now e'd by Anne Davies. ttif'le ahove premises are in a ring-fence, and a(j.,t.,e.owner to a right of common on the Jmtimg- very extensive wastes in Llansatman Parish. "l'or further particulars apply to Mr. J.C-. Ir,1S, Solicitor, Denbigh. A I a Meeting of Proprietors and Lessees 'by ot Coal Estates in South Wales, convened J Public Advert is ment, held at Cowbridge, the h day of February, 1810. THOMAS WYNDHAM, Est?.JV1 P. Being eallcd to'the Chair Resolved, < i, J^at "e conceive thz ecua! partie.ioation j-jj'"u! "I Markets for oiirproducts is an inherent gnt of subjects under one Government, and in- Parable from our Freeholds. g ^at 'his right has, at various times, been con- med viz. by the 9th,'the 18th, and the 25th Edward HI. and 2d of Richard If. not cuily t.'o»iog retail of their commodities to the Na- en6- the Realm, but also extending it to Jfcli- jL'n all parts of the Kingdom. in i hiequality °f terms of sale being no where these Acts mentioned, equality of terms must Utlderstood, which is necessary to give these w any value to the Merchant. ^!Nr 1'' a(lvantage given to Coals shipped in sliih^°rt' eight-shillings per chaldron, or five ttuigs and four-pence per ton, upon ali Coal V'JI. r'ed to Bridgewater, and to the eastward bf ^°'ine!> we conceive is a violation of the i^l'l.lc'Ple end spirit, of the before-mentioned Acts j^meh are not repealed, and'is also, we conceive,' j v'olation of the rights of our Freeholds, to their great depreciation. p That these rights had been enjoyed by us, in ^Otitnon with all others his Majesty's Subjects, •^interruptedly, time immemorial, anterior to the Va"taKes granted to Coal and Culm carried on Moninoullishire Canal and Railways, and by grants they have been wrested from the j lor Possessors. hat the present Duty on Coal, bearing so gc a pro portion to the prime cost of a necessary rjf 1,lfe, is grievously heavy. totuhat a Petition to Parliament, and a Memorial Cj e Treasury, having been read, and the prin- QQ e of them approved, they be referred to a Co "T'^htee, to consider and prepare the same °rmab!y to t'ie Resolutions of this Meeting, toa to make such ..ecessary alterations as they see fit. Th Cafo a Committee be appointed to communi- OK; wiUl other places, and to forward the above Hiect. That the 'following persons be named as a 't("millee?"and that any three be competent to tt GENERAL WARDE, V-CHARLES SMITH, Sir J. HOMFRAY, /■ ItEES WILLIAMS, Mr. JOS. T. PRICE. /}jhat tht- different. Members returned to Par- l^V' South Wales be requested to concur f0 the Chairman of this Meeting (the Member v/ Glamorganshire) in stating the above to his £ aiesty's Ministers; and to take siich stej>s to injure relief as (Shall be thought most likely to rp[n that end. 'he Peers &xch Metnbers of the c'fiat-e of' Commons as have property in (he Prin- 2eai be requested to give (he rtieasUres their »j,0,is s ipport. ther Counties labouring'fender the seve-. Cett 1 »8 partial tax, be invited to act in con- ai>d that a Subscription be entered iftto. thg p}" ie "Thanks of this Meeting be ''given to- ^a'' *raan for his handsome conduct; in the; jb|,4 j' an ti assurance of his zealous support j 'toj In f e» 8 -mith, Esq.'for the trouble.he has taken; to (j *ar< ting the busiaess of this Meeting '^nd; era for the zeal and aciivity with. v '^as exerted himself.for the interest of 111 !s cau'se* t! tt above Resolutions be :prinf,cd in the k'Mo.. ,?tn » Wid such other Papers as the Com- l?AutJ e Chairman he .requested to wjfcse is ip. the name pf the Meet'wg. TffOM4S WNOHAM. TO BE LET AND ENTERED UPON IMMT'I)IATKT,V, A READY FUl'llisheå House, situate in A READY Furnished of the town of Bean- the pleasantest part of the town of Beau- maris, facing the sea, with shrubbery in front, consisting of two parlours, one drawing room, seven bedrooms, and an excellent nursery, kitchen, pantry, servants hall, laundry, and good cellars, with a large kitchen garden well stacked, a six staHed stable with coach houses; from in I to thirteen acres of ood Land close 10 tho town may be had it'wriiiieri. —For further particulars, apply to MT.JAMES HARRIS, Beaumaris. January 25, 18 10. (One Property.) This Dail is publisher!, IN TWO VOLUMES 8vO. PRICE 21s. BOARDS, '¡'HE UNPUBLISHED CORTIESPON- JL DENCE OF M ADAME DU DEI FAN I), with D'Alembert, Montesquieu, the President lienault, the Duchess du Maine, Mcsdames de Stftel, de Choiseul, the Marquis 1)' Argens, the Chevalier 1) Ayrlie, &c. followed by the letters of Voltaire to Madame du Defiand. Translated from the original French, BY MRS. MEEKE. For a Character of this Work, see the Appendix to Monthly Review, January, 1810. Printed for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall Street, London. Where may he had, In One Volume Svo. price 7s. Boards, with an engraved Title and Frontispiece, THE FESTIVALS AND FASTS OF THE CaURCU OF ENCLAJND, abridged from the Works of the excellent and pious Mr. Nelson, interspersed with Dialogue adapted to the Capa- city of Youth, BY ELIZABETH Ii E LSON. Di Montranzo, or the Navice of Carpus Domini 4 vol. 21s. CARDIGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY HUGH cs and s oV, At the Talbot Inn, in the town of Aberystwth, on Monday the 12th day of March next, between the hours of fourand six in the afternoon, sub- ject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced THE FOLLOWrNG FREEHOLD LAXDS AND PREMISES, "situate in the several Parishes of Llangan- felfn and Llanfihangel Geneu'r-glyn, in (he said cou:if>, in lots, as under-mentioned, or in such others as shall be agreed upon on the day of sale. r Parish of Llartgan-FeUtt. I-OT I. A piece of Land, called Fagwr-ITen, now in the occupation of David Hugh, containing byad- measurement 7a. 1 r. Op. be the same more or less. LOT 2. Partot & Tenement, called Ty n-y-WratiTi, now in the occupation of John Richard, 'Containing hy attmeasuieinent *7 acres, he the same more or Bounded on The East by the highway lead- ing to Tal-y-bont from different places, and a piece of Land belonging to Mathcw Davies, Esq. on which cottages have been lately erected and of) tile Ivest by the Lands of Morris Davies, Gentleman. lox 3. Another part of Ty'n-y-Waun, ifi the occnpa- tion ol the said John Richard, contaihillg by ad- measurement 12a. 2,11). be the same more or less. Bounded on the West, North and .South by the Lands of the said Morris Davies-; and on the East by the highway leading from r° A?-11"1 1),ac('s-—()lt this Lot is an old Romam iiean ivlnie, which has" been lately worked, and which loriaerly paid a (Itity of the seventh Dish. LOT 4. Another partof TYH-J- 'Vaun aforesaid, in the occupation of the said John Richard & Humphrey Jones, Gentleman, containing by admeasurement I la. 2r. 5p. be the same more or less. Bounded on the North by Lands of Pryse Pryse, Esq. and on the West by Lands of W. C. Gilbertson, Esq. and of the said Morris Davies; and on the East by the division of the parish of Llaniihangel Geneu'r-glyn and the Lands of the said Humphrey Jones. Parish of LI a nfih a nge I Geneu'r-glyn. I.OT 5. A Tenement, of Lands, called Ty'n-y-Shimnai, in the occupation of the said Humphrey Jones, orhis under-tenants, (ad joining the last mentioned Lot) containing by admeasurement 22a. 3r. 20p. be the same more or less. LOT 6. A Tenement of Lands, called Pensarnddu, in the occupation of Edward David, or his under- tenants, containing by admeasurement 83a. Or. 20p, be the same more or less; exclusive of the bed of Taliesin, with 5:1. 2r. Op. of Latids, which. is reserved with a view that the admirers of that celebrated Bard and primitive Christian will before toug'erect some lasting Monument to so celebrated a Character.The situation of this spot claims the attention of every true Antient Briton, as well as the antiquarian and lover of the beauties of nature; the country arotmd abdtinding with fine stienerv, and situate 9 miles distance from Aberystwth, and the like from Machynlleth. The foregoing Lands and Premises have two excellent commons appurtenant, called Pant-y- cerig and Mynydd Moel-yr-ygos-, containing about 130 acres, a;))d have a right to that most extensive common, cailed Gors-focfmo, measuring upwards of nine thousand acres, which in this enlightened age will not be left long undivided. Mr. Hugh Rowland of will shew (he Lets; and for further particulars, npply 'illi)lv to the Auctioneers at Aberystwyth aforesaid, where Maps of the Estate may be seen. February 5, 1810, ABERGELE IN CLOSURE-. ,Y ,(iI'\ I JOHN MATHEWS, the Commissioner 55 appointed by an act passed in the 48th year of the reign of his present. Majesty, intituled, An Act, for inclosing lands in the parish of in the county of Denbigh,5' Do hereby give 'notice-, That I have set ont and appointed such private roads, bridle ways, and foot- way*, ai iil)ticll,.Io me to he requisite, in, over, upon, and through, and by (he sides of the allotments to be made and set 0111. in pnrsuance of the said act, which are ascertained by marks and bounds, and de- scribed in maps prepared and deposited with Messrs. Oldfiehl, Farm, near Abergele, for the inspection of all persons concerned. The GENERAL OUTLIN ES of such roadS) bridle ways, and foot, ways, are as follows— PRI V ATF. ROADS, UPON MOELFRA MOUNTAIN. From the public road leading from Saint Asaph to Bettws, in a southerly direction, to and across the public road leading from Saint George to Llanlairfalhaiarn by way of Bodrychwyn, and thence in a Inore easterly direction, leaving the well vtll(.,d F.I,iirioii at the distance of about twenty yards to the left, to a place called Ceg-hw>ll'a-Cae-Llwyd,cind from the last describ- ed road to the aforesaid well. From the said first mentioned private road, in a westerly direction, to a place called Lletty'r V alwen. Front the said public road leading from TSettws to Saint Asaph, in a southerly direction to the before mentioned public road leading towards Llanlairtalhaiarn by way of Bodrychwyn. From the said public road from Bettws to Saint Asaph, to a messuage occupied by Robert Conway. From the last mentioned public road, to a messuage belonging to Thomas Jones, and also to the Chapel. From the same public road, to a messuage be- longing to Thomas llughes. From common land in the parish of Saint George, to a messuage belonging to Thomas Hughes, of Glandyvir. From the same common land,to a messuage be- longing to Jane Davies. From the private road at Ceg-hwylfa-Cae Llwyd, to a messuage belonging to John Rice. From the said public road leading from Saint Asaph to Llani'airialiiaiarn, to lands in the oc- cupation of David Jones, of Dolganned. From a tenement called T_ynewydd, into the public road near the Pinfold. Upon Guilt y fe.tin fVynt Common. From the public road near Plasucha, to a mes- suage called Pen y graig. From the last mentioned road, to a messuage called Ty-yr-Garddwr. Front the public road leading from. Abergele towards Moejfra Mountain, in a westerly tiirccii* oil, to a messuage belonging to Job) Tho- mas. From the last mentioned public road, in a north east direction, to a farm called Hendre- neha. From the same public road, in an easterly di- rection, to a messuage called Pant. From the same public road, in the like direc- tion to a messuage called Forddlas, belonging to the Rev. Edward Hughes. From the same public road, in a westerly di- rection, to a messuage called Forddlas, belong- ing to Sir John Williams, Baronet. ° i From the same public road, to lands, part of I a farm cailed Stoccinniau. Upon A lit IV en Common. From the public road to a messuage called Tan y graig. s! From the same public road, in a westerly di- rection, to a messuage belonging to the Rev. Richard Jackson, and also to lands belonging to the Rev. Edward Hughes, and the Honourable" Charles Finch. From the same public road, to a messuage be- longing to Hugh Davies. From the same public road, to a farm called Brynrhedyn-ucha. Upon Czfn Ogo Common. From the public road leading from Abergele towards Garthgogo, in a northerly direction", to two messuages called Fron, and also to a farm house called Plasnewydd. From the same public road, in an easterly di- t'ection, to a farm called BronhauH and other lands ad joining t-he now described road. From the same public road, in a north east- erly direction, to several farms, called Penrallt, 1\1 oant, and Wydrlfa. From the same public road, to a tenement jailed Pen y marrion. From the same ptil)lic rc)a(li to a tenement called Tyn-twll, and lands belonging to the Rcy, Edward Hughes. From the same public road, to a messuage called Cae LI in. From the public road on Corddyn Common, to a messuage on the same Common, in the oc- cupation of Richard Davies. From the last mentioned public road, to Caer myrddyn House, and the lands adjoining. From a messuage calleit Twll y Gath, to the public road. From a cottage called Ty MoeI. belonging to William Jones, to the common land in the parish of From Tanrogo farm, in a north-westerly direc- tion, to the turnpikeroad at. Tanrogo. Upon the Marsh. From the public road lately marked out, lead- ing from Saint Asaph to Vorryd, between the Abergele river and Vorrjd gate-, it) a westerly di- rection, to a gate at the end-of a road leading by a fat in Gorse, and thence in a north-wes- terly direction to the public foadlately marked out, leading from Abergele to Vorydd, and across the same in the like direction to the SçÇi side. From the last described road, in an easterly direction, to a messuage and lands called Buarth Mawr. From the first described mad between the public road leading from Abergele to Yorryd and the sea side, in a westerly direction,, to several messuages and lauds in such direction. From t.!m last described road, in # northerly direction, to a messuage belonging to William Williams, L From the first described road, in a southerly direction, over Pont y Clawdd Bridge, to the public road leading from Abergele to Rhy- ddland. From the last described road to a honse and lands belonging to the Rev. Edward Hughes, and also to lands part of a farm called Tan y Wall-, FIO-M the public road leading from Abergele to Rhydn'lan<|, in a southerly direction, to a house and Sands belonging to the said Edward Hughes, near LfidtartyMorfa. ) From the said intended public road leading from Saint Asaph to Vorryd, at the distance of about three hunrlred yards on the south side of the Abergele river, in an easterly direction, to the boundary between the parish of Abergele-, and the franchise of Rh) ddIan(J.. From the last mentioned public toad between thc Abergele river and Vorryd Gate, in an eas- terly direction, to the south angle of an Inclosure lately purchased under the Rhyddland Embank- ment Act, belonging to the Rev Edward Hughes, and (lieace in a southerly direction to the boun- dary between the franchise of Rhyddland, and the parish of Abergele. From the public road at Vorryd Gate, in a northerly direction along the side of the fence of the present iftclosures, to the seaside. From the before mentioned put) lie road lead- ing from Abergele to Vorryd, in a southerly di- rection, to a farm called Pen issa. From the same public road to a tenement called Tyn y Coed. FOOT WAYS, Upon Moelfra Common. Frfem the public road near the Pinfold afore- said, to a well called Fynnon Tynewydd, and also to the private road before described, to end nearly opposite the public road leading to Pont Meredith. From the public road leading to Pont Mere- dith to a well called Fynnon Gollen. Upon Callt yfclyn Wynt Common. From the boundary between the parish of Abergele and Saint George, near to lands part ot Vardre Farm, in a northwesterly direction-, to and ending at the public road neai- a IIOTAse called Y Fron. From the public road leading from Abergele towards Moelfra Mountain, in a northerly direc- tion, towards A and ending at lands part of the Kimmel estate. From the last mentioned public road, in a westerly direction, to the public road near Plas- ucha farm. BRIDLE WAY, Upun Ct:fn Ogo Commotl. From a tenement called Wyddfa, in a north- vvestei i'y direction, to the turnpike road at Tan' rogo. FOOT WA Y. From the boundary near Ty Moel, in an eas- terly direction, to a stile entering into a field belonging to Cae Llin, and from another stile on the opposite side of the same lield, in the like direction, over Marian Coxtmou, into the public road. And T, the said Commissioner, do hereby ap- point a meeting to he held at the Bee ltii), Aber- gele, on Saturday the 17th day of March next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, when all per- sons who may be aggrieved by the setting out of -sticii roa(is,, I)i-i(i le ways,andfoot ways, may attend. Bated the 17th day of February, 1810. JNO. MATTHEWS.

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