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I MRS. KEATE, '(Governess to Sir John Williams's C|$1.dren) IjAVING taken a [louse in Stanley Pl;lc Chester, with the intention of opening' a jHiOOL for a limited number of YOUNG LA- i. \ES the ensuing Midsummer, begs leave to so- 'cit the patronage of the public. The language of the School will be French, tJlI Do day scholars admitted. Any reference may he had by a letter, address- to WIS. KEATE, SIlt J, V.'ULIAMS'S, J|art- Bo«Ucnvyd<iaiu Hi. ;.1" sue itfrs. BEH- £1 WILLIAMS, Abbey-street, Chester, RICHARD BRASSEY, DRUGGIST, OIL CGLOIJRMJN, DALE STK BET, LIVERPOOL, hEGS leave to acquaint his friends and the Public, that he has laid in a large and choice |-r°ck of every article in the above branches, and ,0l»es by an unremitting at tention, and a prompt eXeclltióu of all orders he may be Savoured with, to Inetit a cofitialia lice, of their patronage and SUPport B. Formerly apprentice to Mr. II. Lloyd, 'lester. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, III Slack Boy Street, in the Town of Carnarvon, 011, Thursday, the 26th day of April, ISIO, Good Household Furniture, CONSISTING OF ^DSTEADS, feather beds, and bedding, c mahogany and other tables, chairs, sofas, M»ets, mahogany and oak book-cases, cnest. of uwers, cupboards, kitchen utensils, and several articles. j,0 'le sale will begin at 10 o'clock in the fore- im.1' an<' he continued on the following days Untii the whole are sold. r A Catalogue may be seen at Mr. Evans's office 'ar«arvon. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ;• BY lift. pttE LIBRARY, collection of ANCIENT IjL and MODERN ENGRAVINGS, DltAVV- f At Clover and the most eminen-t artists, T(jiN T1NGS, Pi 11LOSO PI j IC A L A P P1H A- at *-» &e of the late Rev, JAMES WINFIRI.D, Ch hiS late dwelling-house, Norlhgate-streef, it ester, on the 23cl of April, and Oil the follow- Rdays. Close who were acquainted with Jhe taste of P!n' °r ,ate wnicn TesjjcctciirjPi-opric-fO'r this collection, we need not expatiate on its j Crit; and to men of science who knew him not, SoVe only to refer to the catalogue, which will jj0" be published, price one shilling, at Mr. Jester's, Chest et; Mr. Miller's, Albemarle-sf. "don; Mr. Williams's, printseller, Oxford; Cl r* Winstnnley's Liverpool; Mr. Ford's, Man- ,^Cs(er; Mr. Eddowes's, Salop; Mr. Painter's, r.#fe*ham Mr. Price's, Oswestry North Wales ^d2«tte Office, Bangor; Mr.. Roberts's Carnai- *?H 5 Mr. Roden's Denbigh; and Mr. Garnes's, 0lywell. ———— ULN«BLE Fanning Stock, Household Goods, Furniture, c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, X BY Mr. R;ICKARE> JONES, On Monday the 7th day of May,.ISlO. J^HE LI VE and DEAD STOCK, upon the FARM, late in the occupation of Mrs. () 011Kars, late of Pendre, at Cae Maes Lodwig, h ?r Bangor, in the county of Carnarvon corn- icing, 4 valuable mares and geldings, 7 excel- milch cows, 4 heifers, 3 one and two year j. ditto., stote pigs, 3 carts, 4 ploughs, 3 har- j *s, a roller, and geering for 3 horses, winnow- j.Uaehine, sieves, riddles, rakes, pitchforks, )i»i 'ers'> aof' a general assortment of farming ^j'Plemenis, a barrel churn, and all sorts of dairy etlMts, and a quantity of hay and corn. -418, on Tuesday, the 3th day of May, and until the whole are Sold. valuable household furniture and effects )>o"'e sa'1' ^rs< ROKKIITS, at her late dwelling- '•se at Pendre aforesaid: comprizing, maho- ^0nbie chests of drawers, With scrutoire, chest of drawers, dining,card, Pembroke ireSSill- tables, washhand stands, fonr post j„ 'ent bedsteads, with 'chintz, cotton, moreen, Con Stu^' f"i'nif-l,re, good feather beds, blankets, il¡ "^erpanes., glass, pier dressing and swing look- it lasser, a sofa, mahogany and other chairs ftlin aI!d cotton covers, Brussels, Kidder- flai<Sfer' an'' otf,er carpets, an excellent eight a yclock, dressers, with drawers and shelves, and be ar,ety ofculiuary articles in pewter, copper. %j^Ss»and tin, and brewing requisites &c. which jk more particularly described in catalogues, may be had after the 20th of April, at the jv^'s'rar OfPce, Bangor; Mr. Jackson's Bangor- Sportsman, Carnarvon Bull's-head Inn, allrnaris; and the Harp Inn, Conway. t«h e S;i!c to begin each morning, precisely at h o'clock. AlsO TO BE LET, and Entered upon on the 12th day of May next. c1{>.AIl that Messuage, or Dwelling-house, Gar- Premises, late in the possession of the feJ Mr$- ROBERTS; comprizing, 1 parlour.18 St»ali •5 lee'' 1 (lltt0 15 f'eet bY U)S" fee(' 1 ditto, and a servants- hail on the ground st ()r,4 excellent lodging rooms, and a large Ore I the 0nru on the iirsf: floor. 4 good rooms on 11() second floor, with a good kitchen, brevv- stabN' celiars< dairy, granary, coaeh-house, °s> and otlier convenient buildings, a most Ht ?>"ar(ien' wcl1 stocked with fruit and rj,r trees, with a summer-house &c. tt)iSel0se who may he inclined to take these Pre- ^!>te i' "?a.y on ao ear!y application he accommo- j, with an excellent farm near Bangor. rrtircher particufars apply at the Office of £ 0BERTs, Attorney and Notary Public, gor. TO BE LET, And Entered upon the 12th of May next: A TENEMENT and LANDS, called Gfclli- rhyu, situate near Ponr-aberglasglyn, in the parish of Beddgelert; containing about 57 acres of arable, aud oicad«W* land tiiere is an embankment lately made,which keeps the river and 'ides from off the meadow.-For further par- ticulars enquire of Mr. DA%IO PnICHIRO, Beddgelert. 7, CARNARVON, TO BE LET, And Entered upon at May next-, A SUBSTANTIAL Modern built dwelling House ;md Shop, in a good situation for business, in Turf Square, Carnarvon. The House consists of a Bow Window Shop in front, a Par- lour and Kitchen on the ground floor, sitting Room and Bed Chambers ontlie first story, with good Attics, Cellar, &c. Apply to Mr. JONES, Bryntirion. 9th Jpril, 1S10. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the King's Head Inn, in the Townof Car- oil Saturday, the 21st day of April, uno, hetween the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as I shall be then produced, unless disposed of in the mean lune by private contract, of which (iiie iiolice will be giveu A TEHivI of 12 years, under a Lease From .X HL. the Corporation of Carnarvon, upon that Capital Farm called or known by the name or, Cihbin Mawr, containing 26Acres or thereabouts of good arable and pasture Land, situated in the parish of Llanbeblig, and within less than a mile of the town of Carnarvon, There is a new built house on the said farm, a stable, cow-house, barn, and other couveniencies; the whole of the land is in high state of cultiva- tion, with a most excellent, garden, ill a pleasallt south aspeef, commands a beautiful view of Snow- don, the Isle of Augiesea, tiie Bay of Carnarvon, awl the river Menal. For further particulars apply to, Mr. ROBT. JONES, King's Head, Carnarvon. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. ALL that CAPITAL FARM, situate, lying and being in the Parish of Llaniiechifl, in the county of Carnarvon, called by the name of Tal yiiyno £ H'an, containing about. 1461 aerys, ncyv jo the occupation of Morris Jones, and fIoweli, a" tenanfs al Wd" And all that, valuable farm situate Jving and being, in the said parish of Llanllechid, called by the name or Talywaun, containing about 652 acres, with one lialf of Ogwan Poo), which is well supplied with rile best Trout in North Wales,new in the occupation of Owcu Evaus, -as tenant at will. The above Farms lie contiguous to the new post road, lealling from Holyhead to Shrews- bury, and within a few miles of the new inn, at Capel Cerrig, about twelve miles from the market town of Bangor, and nine miles of Llanrwst. The land is capable ot great improvement, at, a small to the great travelling upon the new road, laud near Capel Cerrig is very much increased in value; these farms are well worth the attention of persons who are inc)ined to spe- culate in real property a new inn may he con- veniently built upon one of them; an additional inn near Capel Cerrig will answer well. Further parI iculars may he had, hyapplying to Mr. J. EVANS, Attorney, Carnarvon. ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE, First established by Royal Charter, in the reign of King George the. First, for assuring houses, buildings, goods, hay, corn, livestock, &c. also for the ASSURANCE op LIVES, and for grant- ing ANNUITIES ON LIVES. THE CORPORATION of the ROYAL-EX- cn, NGg ASSURANCE, do hereby give notice, that they have authorized their respec- tive agents to receive proposals for the assurance of farming-stock, at the rate of 2s. per cent. per a i) ri ii Ill. Persons whose annual premiums fall due on the 25th insf. are hereby informed, that receipts are now ready to be delivered by the company's agents under-mentioned, and the parties assured are requested to apply for the renewal of their policies on or before the 9th of April next, as the usual fifteen days allowed for payment he. yond the date of each policy will then expire. SAML PENNING, jun. Secretary. Carnarvonshire. Bangor. J. Roberts. Carnarvon J. Wakeman. Flintshire. Holywell W.Turton. Denbighshire. Ruthin R- Williams. Wrexham. J- Langford. Cheshire. Chester S. Baker. M accles fie hi W. Buckley. Nantwich W. Tomlinson. Northwich P. Maddocks. Stockport T. Owen. N. B. Fire policies will be allowed free of ex- pence, where the annual premiums amount to 6s. or upwards. -1.1 This company have invariably made good losses by Fire occasioned by Lightning. Proposals may he had of the di.Yerent Agents. Assurances oh Lives, being found to be advan- tageous to persons having offices, employments, estates, or other incomes, determinable on the life or lives of themselves of the rates, for such Assurances, and for the Grant- ing Annuities on Lives, may be had of the said Agents. And, for the greater convenience of the public, the company have determined to extend (by special agreement,) the assurance on lives to the age of 75 ears. •IHg- THE CAMBRIA, '•'■V 01 YOJ. ROWLAND MASTER, i.o,n in the Thames, and will be»m to load immediately for Carnarvon and ports adjacent. Any Getitlpma" having goods to ship, will do well to give th^ir immediate orders; j V,,iii lie at lie"ril-ig Wilai-f. I A LEY FOR YOUNG CATTLE, AT GLODIJ AITII, K Xair Cor,ivay Ferry, From the 12th May, to the 10lh of Oct. 1810. ill. s. D. 3 year old Heifer or Bullock 2 IS 9 2 year old ditto. 9 0 0 1 year old ditto 1 13 0 The CATTLE to be booked at Gloddaith until the 7th of May the Money to be paid when taken a A 1) 1) 1 y to Mr. GEORGE HAD COCK, at Gloddaith. W A N T E D T O PURCHASE, On any part of the Sea Coast of Carnarvon- shire or Merionethshire, A BATHING LODGE, with SO or 40acres of Land adjoining to it also an Est ate of two or three HUN Dili) POUNDS per annum contiguous to the Lodge, or within a short dis- tance of it. Application to be made to the Printer of this paper. WANTED, A CURATE, to serve ihc Parish Church of Llanbeblig, and the Chapelry of Carnarvon, in the county of Carnarvon—the service at the "former is in Welsh, at the latter in English—a very liberal stipend will be given; as Carnarvon is a populous Town the situation is well worthy the-attention of any Clergyman, who may be de- sirous of keeping a School. For particulars, apply to the Rev. Mr. JOES, Vicar of Carnarvon or Registrar, Bangor. -0- TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Bull's Head Ton, in the town of T.1an- gefni, in (he of Anglesey, on Friday the c<20th day of April 1810, between the hours of the afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall he then produced, unless disposed of in t!i,;¡¡¡can time by private be, f. ( ONE tlNPXVIjnKO MO I F.T V QV ll Una "MESSUAGE, TEN' v- V «d 1% LANDS, with the APPUuI IN v Cl thereunlo Jettoijging, situate lying «n b >• in the parish of Lfaugristiolus, in the county of An- glesey, commonly called, and known by the name of Penrhose Issar, now in the occupation of IJugli Roberts. For furthcr partieedars apply to, Mr. EVANS, Attorney, Carnarvon. —■_ CARNJ RVON. I' -1 I. TO BE LET, .1 AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, Fin WO commodious modern-built "DWELL- J1 ING-HOUSES, situate in High-Street and Church-Street, in the town of Carnarvon. The House in High-Street consists of a capital entrance, a dinir* parlour,, tfnd (i-rawjug-room, nearly 20 feet, by 17 a breakfast-parlourI7 feet, by 16, a bed-room of the same size, witii-a dress- ing-room attached, and two other bed-rooms on II the first floor live other bed-rooms in the attic story, with suitable gan ets an excellent kitchen, a housekeeper's room, and other suitable offices* The House in Church-Sfreet contains a large aiiii tea-room, (with a racess) also two lodging-rooms on the same story with the tea-room, four excellent bed- rooms in the attic story, capita! garrets, and a commodious kitchen. There are iiiicotlllllollgooo, vaults under each óf the DwelIin¡;-hollses,"and each of the Tenants way be accommodated with three acres of capital Laud, contiguous to the tOWII or Carnarvon. For further particulars apply (if by letter, post-paid) to Mr. H. R. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Carnarvou. (ON K PROPERTY.) TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Sportsman Inn, in the town of Carnarvon, on Saturday the 21st day of April 1810, be- tWCCII the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock in the after- noon, subject to such conditions as shall be (ben produced, unless disposed of in tije mean time hy private contract, or will be given :— fjnilAT MESSUAGE, TENEMENT, and JL LANDS, with the APPURTENANCES, situate lying; and being in the parish of Llanrug, in the county of Carnarvon, commonly called and known by the name of Tyddyn'rhiddig, now in the occupation of Edward Williams, as tenant at will. This farm adjoins those valuable commons and sheep walk called Rhosrug and CdHdu, upon which the tenant has an unlimitted right, and when the same are divided under a late Inclosure Act, considerable allotments be attached to the above tenement. All those three dwellitig-hour-es and large gar- dens, situate in southern Penrallt. in the tOWI) of Carnarvon, now in the occupation of Jane Jones, Griffith Owen, and William Owen, as tenants at wi!1. The gardens are in a pleasant south aspect, upon I C) o- 18-good dwelling-houses may be built and set to great advantage. And all that dwelling-house, situate in northern Penrallt in the said town of Carnarvon, now, iii the occupation.of Henry Charles, mariner. Further particulars-, may be had, by applying at Mr. JJVANS'S Office, Carnarvon. I :=X:¡; ;v,l„l fm. AGENCY. A Gentleman long resident in London, of extensive connexions, and mercantile know- ledge, with leisure to undertake an Agency for any respectable House or concern, as Iron-found- er, Iron, Brass, Copper, Tin, or Lead Works, or other extensive Manufactory, for receiving and settling accounts, Commissions, Shipping, or t making Insurances, where the business is con- siderable, and to whom it may be an object to have a connexion of the first respectability, capa- I ble not only to give security to any amouut, hut to advance himself occasionally, or when it may be requisite, TWO TO THREE THOUSAND POUN DS at the same time, he would not wish to have that sum constantly locked up in the con- cern. As none hut principals win he treated with, letters franked, giving the real name and address, to B. G. at Batson's Coffee-house, Cornhill, London, will meet with immediate attention, honour and secrecy. As the most undeniable re- ferences will he given, the same will be expected. I A SG LESS F, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the George and Dragon Inn, in Llamterch- ymedd, in the'afterrnoon of Wednesday the 2d day of May, IS10, in the following or such Lots as shall he agreed upon, subject to such I conditions as shall be then produced, unless disposed of in the mean time by private con- tract, of which due notice will be given. LOT 1. ALL that MESSUAGE, TENEMENT, and LANDS, called Tyn y Rhos, situate in the parish of Llanfainnath aferneithaf, in the said county-, in the holding of Robert Williams, con- taining 3A. On. IF. or thereabouts, LOT I I. A TYTHF. BARN and FIELD, situate in the said parish, in the of the Lord Bi- shop of Bangor. containing 1A. OR. 15P. or there- abouts. I LOT IIT. ALL that MESSUAGE, TENEMENT, and LAN DS, called Tyddyn bach, situate in the same parish, in the holding of Wiiiiam Roberts, con- taining 4A. 2K. 32P. or thereabouts. For further particulars apply to Mr. ROBERT PntcHulD, Attorney, Llwydiarth Esgob, An- glesey. ANGLESEY. TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LET. Notice is hereby Civ en] THAT the Tolls arising at the several Toll Gates, within the county of Anglesey, will be LET BY AUCTION, to the highest bidder, at. the -dwelling-house of Mr. William Griffith, known by the name or sign of the Bull's Head, in Llangefni,iu the mid comity,THIS DAY,between eleven o'clock in the forenoon, and four o'clock in the afternoon, to commence fronl the 12th I day of May, then next ensuing, at the same rates as they are at present let for, and as are particu- larly specified on the boards affixed to the seve- ral Toll Houses, which Tolls last year produced ¡ the following sums, yiz. Brnint Gate, ^2!5 0 0 Llangefni Gate, 250 0 0 Llanynghenedie Gate, 215 0 0 Holyhead Gate, 220 0 0 exclusive of all incumbrances and expences what- soever, at which sums the) will be respectively l put up. Whoever happens to he the highest bidder, must at the same time give seclIrity,with suffici- II ent sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees, for the payment of the rent agreed for, at. such times, and in such proportions as (hey shall direct. W. P. POOLE,, Clerk and Treasurer. Pencraigt 29th Marcht 18-10. TUB LLEWENY ESTATE, NORTH WALES. BY AUCTION, BY WIN STANLEY AND SON, At the Auction Mart, near the Batik of England, London, on Tuesday and Wednesday the 29th and 30th May, iw4.s Lots, unless disposed of by Private Contract, previous to the 15th of May:— FIR HE very extensive and valuable FREE- JL HOLD ESTATE, comprizing the .noble Mansion ofLleweny Hall, "which contains ample accommodation for a family of thetirr distlllc- tion also a convenient residence called Cotton Hall, together with iiew erected and very copj- modious bleach works, water com mill, and iron" forge (all well supplied with water) a public i house and several ÎmproveabJc Farms, conlain- I imr in the whole near FOUR THOUSAND ACRES of extraordinary rich meadow, pasture and arable iand in a high state of cultivation, and lying nearly in a ring-fence. The annual value whereof is upwards of £ 72()0.—the estate is in- tersected by the river Clvvyd, most beautifully situate in the well known and fertile Vale of Clwyd in the counties of Denbigh and Flint, North Wales, B utiles from Denbi. > G from St. Asaph, S from Ruthin, 10 from Mold, 12 from Abergele, and 24 from Chester—to be viewed by applying to Mr. Huxford, at Lleweny Hall- Printed particulars with plans annexed may be had of Messrs. Manley, and J. and W. Lowe, Solicitors, Temple, London; of Mr. S. Lowe, Solicitor, Whitchurch, Shropshire; of Mr. Cal- veiey, Surveyor, Stapleford, near Chester; Mr. Thomas Winstanley, Liverpool of Messrs. Kay and Reushaw, and Messrs. Duckworth and Chip- pendale, Manchester; of Mr. Wynne, Solicitor, Mold; of Mr. John Jones, Ruthin; of Mr. Hughes, Denbigh.; .of Messrs. Peuiberton and Coupiand, Shrewsbury; and of Winsfatiley and Son, Paternoster Row; also at the principal Inns at Denbigh, St. Asaph, Aberconway, Car- narvon, Ruthin, Wrexham., Qsfestry, Slirews- 'i;ury'Birmuigfiaiv, fliui, Ilolywt/n, blitZ Chester, falualile Freehold Estate in Flintshire. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, The latter end of May, or the beginning of JUDe next: IN LOTS. A Very Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, containing upwards of twelve hundred and fifty acres of arable, meadow, and pasture léllJd divided info several compact farms, with con- venient bnUd'mgi, let to respectable teliantf. P-n-! capable of great improvement; under several of the lots, there are seams of coal, one of which is now working to great advantage. Also one third of the royalty of lead ore and coal, under several thousandacres of iand, within the said parish of Mold, in which are included the valuable mines of Llynypandû and Peny fun, and the Nanl Mawr coal work. The estate is situate in the parish and vale of Mold, within the distance of 12 miles of the city of Chester, and the town of Wrexham, 9 miles from the town of Ruthin, and 6 from the port of Flint, and the whole of the property lies cou- venient for lime. Particulars will be ready for delivery in the course of the month and in the mean time, any further information may be obtained at Mr, WYNNE'S office in Mold. Mold, ? March 0, IS 10. £ CARNARVONSHIRE. BHOSHIRWAUN INCLOSURE. I the undersigned, the Commissioner ap* pointed by an Act of Parliament passed int the 42d year of the reign of his present Majesty, entitled, "an Act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, a tract of commom and waste lands, called Rhoshirwaun, situate in the several parishes ol Aberdaron, Llanfaclrhys, and Brvucroes, iu the county of Carnarvon." Do hereby give Notice, that the next public meeting for putting the said Act into execution, will be held at the house of Mr. D A, V ID RICE, known by the name of the Crown and Anchor inn, in the town of Pwllheli in the said county of Carnarvon, on We-lnesuay the 25th (far of April next, when (iizd telici-e all such person and persons as have already purchased any part of the said common and toasle lands, and ivhose contracts have not been Io rfeited and declared null and void, arc requested to come prepared to pay their respective purchase money. And it being provided by the said Act, that the experrces of obtaining and passing the same and all other incidentat charges and expences what- soever. for or hy reason of, or preparatory to the dividing and inclosing of the said com mow aud waste lands, and of carrying (he said ict ntto compleat, execution., shall be paid by sale of any part of the lands so to he inclosed the following additional portions of the said common, a WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION., At the house of -the said Mr. DAVID RICE, Oil Wednesday the said~24t4r day of April next, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon. of the same day, subject to such conditions as shall be thera and there produced A. R. P. LOT t. A portion of the said common containing 8 -3 10 2. ditto 12 S g 3. ditto 23 O 25 4. ditto stf I gj 5. ditto. M 16 6. ditto 17 I 14 7. ditto. 77 B 1 8. ditto with6 incroachmeuts., 68 3 SO The first seven tots commence at Pant Far, near Rhyd lias Gate, and extend in a direct line on the south.side along the intended new read, till it joins the road leading from Bryncroes to Aberdaron. Lot eight is situate on the east side of the road leading from Bryncroes to Aberdaron, and ad- joins the properties of Sir Robert Williams Vaughan, bait, and Richard Edwards, Esq. A. H. P. LOT 9. A portion of the said common containing. 4 0 20 JO. ditto. 82 3 These lots adjoin Tockyn Morgrig, on the south east side of the roadj leading from Bryncroes to Aberdaron, and on the easterly side the intended new road from Mei'llion.ydd, to joiathe said I'U;¡;J from Bryncroes to Aberdaron. A. R. P. 11. A portion, of the said com- mon, with one incrosch- Lilclit7 containing 12 2 Lj 12. do. with '1 do. do. IS I 15 13. (10. with i do. do. 13 0 y U. do. with 2 do. do. 10 2 6 15. do. with 4 do. do. i7 r, 16. do. with 2 do. do. 75 (i 27 17. do. with I do, do. 14 a 18. do. with 2 do. do, G9 g :1,; 19. do. with 1 do. do. 5 3 37 ^0. do.. with 2 do. do. 17 0 IS 21. do. with 1 do. (b, 10 0 '22. do. with 1 do. do. 24 0 2. do. with 2 do. do. 32 ,'s 80 24. do. with 4 do. do. 29 0 16 25. do do. 24 2 19 The last mentioned lots i t,e bounded on the south west by Brynhynog-, the property of Ie Edwards, Esq. on the westerly side "by Tair Gwraig, the property of the said R. Edwards, on the northerly side by Caera, the property of I Mr. Ellis Roberts, and on the easterly side, b' fhe properties of the Hon. Mrs. Finch', Sir Rohr. VVilliames Vaughan, barf, and others, and arc divided hy the road leading from Bodraea to Porth Colmon. Dated this Gilt dfl!! of? March, 1810. 5 BEX, vYYATT, Commissioner, For further particulars respecting the safe, apply to the Commissioner, at his residence at Lime Grove, near Bangor? at the Office of Mr. Glynne Griffith, Solicitor, Carnarvon; to Mr. R. Owen, Land Surveyor, Llanenghenedie. Angtesev; and at. the place of sale, where plans of the I dlllVrent-al otifte'nfs are left for inspection.