following Allotments of the said Commit* the parish (1f LlanfU(I}d, \VI LL B!■; SOLD BY AUCTION, ( At tlie said Golden Lion Inn, in Dolgclly, °n (lfl; said '29th day of May inst. between the ■ of 4 and 6 O'clock in, the afternoon of that-' (j subject to such conditions as shall be the[1 there produced :— I" j Lor 1. A'junotion of the (;,aid com- moil in the said of cfy Llanelltyd, contain ing 7. 0 I i.r>+2. Ditto 50 0 (' I)ittr, ditto. 12 0 I i 1.OT 4. Ditto ditto- 50 f Lot 1st. Lies between ttie high road lC|r from Dolgclly to Maentwrog and Mown' river, and about SO yards of-' the sard Lof, '•) north end'.joins Berth lwvd-> itif? property ot Oakeley, Esq. aud'at the south end ab<J(l .j, yards joins Gelli Gemlym, the property o1' Rev. Richard Narniey. Lot 2d. Adjoins the said high road on Vioimdetl on the-north, by a tenement caJled 1 (lc mawr, and on the south by another caLlud f, llwyfog, the peoperties of G. Howel Vs"p .q- l-^sq. and on the west by Cue Gwernog, <'lt* perty of'Mr. Wifiiam Jones, of Cae Gwern'V n, Lot 3d. Adjoins the high road leading |)V polgelly to !!anno.nih, bounded on. the- c^'n the proiierty of W m. Oakeley, Es.q,. calK'' of y celviu and on the south by the prope' Edward Corbet, Es(|, called Maes y. Garne'1 '(i,4 Lot 4tli- Adjoins the said high road* ?J° ,-fy« on ths- siouth by Cae gwyn and Hafodt >' ^ry" the properties of G. H. "V aughan, Esq, an' y;j(' melyu'the property of Mrs.. E. 0'.ic"> 0' j |t' mouth, and on the north by the property ^ii? Richards, Esq. called Moel isfryn% and the pi Mrs. E. Owen's, called Maes y try Car ffO1^ oyu.hauaf, and on,the west by a road leading the saif) highroad towards lselgwnibacb- •he 4th day of May, 1S10. f if ItOln. WILLIAMS, Commi5ioeJI r Further particulass may be had I)y aPi' the Office of Jones and W ill'ani1-^ p. toi s, D(,Igell N oi- of ilic (.:ouii|iEssioner J gwrt uciia", where Maps, may be se«u of 1"«: Allotuicnts., j f
j' 4 ■» ^VOADj^r, JilAY^ "1 ,i, The procecSing* of tlre'-Llrtrj of London, y^sterifar, wers'c!H??d^t4taR wrd in a ry--rn te- res t. -'Fhc-'Cortimon Hall, held at Guiidhalf in;€he morning, was to an excess crowded. Several Resolutions, and a Petition to Pariia- mefit, ^of-wmcK we insert a Copy, were moVed and agreed to by a great majority. The mi- nority, aHeging that the-J could not o'frtain a ail hearing, agreed .yjLQft a private nyeelhig in the evening a t tll-c*,i,-Ollio-ll "Tavern; but their intention bating become known to the opposite paftv, Mr. Waithraan, accompanied r friends",C" and, like another Oliver Cromwell, broke up this little Parliament; Mr. C. Smith, itictlair-, was-voted-cut of the chairs ,g¡iti another being substituted in his place, m.*foin I- lions, condemning the conduct of the private meeting, arid approving the conduct of the Common Hali, were agreed to.-The court party, thus left again in a minority, retired into an adjoiitiii,,rooiT,, where they passed several Resolution's, disapproving the, pro- ceedings xt- the Common Hall, as intended to "ring the HoJUc ofcouitnons- into couternptt; and under jiretence. of Jlelorra, to mislead the ignorant, inflame tlVo passions of the des- i jieiate, and subvert-the Constitution. The Middlesex Fetitkw was rejected jester, day by the House of Ceminoits", after at) in- teresting debate, and a division in whi_ch the' rejection was supported by 139 members, and 'cVp^qged by 58. t; }<« coT^esfuence of th is rejection, it Is re- ported that a requisition is immediately to be made meet ing of the Freeholders, to consider what is I)rollei ttil "The I'ht ofpetitinning is one which should always be touched with the teuderest hand j MTwtth resect to the Middlesex Peiitioir, it ft]A impossible for any mantoTead it with- convinced tfni it was drawn up witli i desl,o to I:jstiit tite I A-letter-from Rome ?ays, adiscovery has been made in the Villa Pahiiubara,' of a ,pa-veto en t:"iR' Mmakv This discovery lias Ef-yen occasion to several other researches. There was found, a year ago, in'the same place, a dimcolfulust.and a very fine engraved stone, which was sold for 25 paoli by the first possessor. The proprietor of tlie Villa re- claimed-this stone, and prosecuted the.work- ipejt who found it. riie tcii)l)!(! of' is Jo be restored, as much as possible.: it is even Intended-te level the ground which surrounds ibis ancient fflsiiamoit. -• Sir Samuel Romilly's Bill for aileritig the punishment of persons convicted of stealing I' its shops and dwelling-houses, was lost bust; night by a-majority of two,'there being SI for it and 33 against it. We are sorry the bill has been lost, because we think the principle 'a- excellent one, and beenuse ii seems to be ul1í"trsa!fJ acknowledged tfrfit the present punishment is too severe for Hie crime.—t.is "indeed, seldom inflicted, and ibi-s ig the great "reason why an alteration should be made,— The uncertain execution of a law is the cause vhv the-law itself-is. inadequate to the -pr,- Yention of the criifse for which it was cnScteti No general principle can be clearer and "more, .iiist t'lua, that the more certain the ex-F- cution of any law is, the more efficacious will it be in the prevention of crime. Last Sandfly night, lIam,plon House, the seat of Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Peilew, Bart. was broken open, and robbed of about 3OO/'s worth of plate, among which, we are sorry ,to state, there was an elegant silver salver, value 100 guineas, presented to him by .the Patriutic Fund at Lloyd's, in compliment to jiis taking the La-Cleopatra- 44, by La Nymph iii ilie year 179-1. The villains got clear otf with it through the garden gate. They It-I maoo their vtay into the house t-hrougb..the parlour window-shutters, by making a hole about eight inches apart, with a cooper's gouge, and then an ova! a pert lire large enough to admit a man's hand to thrust back the bolt- of the window. They left the empty plate thest in the garden, and all the artides that were plated on the grf.-ss plot. The were sci- entific rogues, and were very deliberate in I the execution of their plan, as they lighted a wax light, and left it extinguished. They -t m, a, 1 drew two hangers, which they lett unsheathed m the lobby. Sir E. Peilew has ofiered 100 guineas reward. We are extremely concerned to find, that nmonir other melancholy circumstances result- ing from the late disturbances in the capital, bis Majesty was rendered so unhappy, that he was indisposed lor some days, ati(I ilic cflecl was the tftal loss of his remaining sighU But it is with very great satisfaction we add, that his Majesty is now perfectly recovered, and in as nood general health as he ever enjoyed.— Iiijesty is, however, obliged to avail him- self of external assistance in his occasional walks, which was not the case before the un- fortunate events alluded to. His medical at- tendants have, we understand, declared that his eye is now tit for the operation, whenever lie feels himself disposed to submit to it. .1r. Dickenson, who went over to Morbus wiifi Mr. M'Kenzie to associate a Cartel, is returned with Dispatches for our Government. The Commissioners remain at Morlaix, where the nefociation" will be carried on. It is said if-will soon be brought to a successful termination. last N(krfolk County Sessions, held at Norwich—Edward stubbing, of Wymoud- rd ham was indicted for uttering se(I I I I o us words at in Wymondham, m the company of several persons, some of them miiitia-men, and others, inhabitants of Wy- niondhatu. The words were, that "he wished Buonaparte w ould come, he (Slulbing) would b the tirst mau to join him; that Buona- p,; 'e w< > a better man to his country than Kir- Georre is to this." The words were clearly proved by two serjeants m the West Norfolk Militia,"and no defence was set up in explanation of the words used. Mr. Storks urget} every popular topic with great energy a,if! fi ling" on the side of the prosecution, but, to the surprise of the whole Court, the Ji'ny it' umed a verdict not guilty."—Our rea-ders i-iy gather from the above case, a new pruof of the spi. It of the times. ? l&&€?rrrw|uge, Rtwal V%Tesiowrrland, and' Cr;rnttalijrteJiments oW&lilitia. l^'ely fti Bar- i"lacks at C^^lmsford^ but now ih fenlorttiientii Nn fjclaity o^llfe roetrt^jjfiir, areioon to go intO\C!!1CamppJe[!:Q" HoMslow Heath, Hon. Ma- ■ i jor-G&nerai tttmlcy. Tbe.l>eaYy bagg«$je of the Cambridge regiment was removed from ,Ch'e'lmst'ord-on:M'onday; that of the Royal j Westmorland the following morning; and j that of thd Ro.y*l\Cvrnwail on Wedocsday, an escort of timditFereiitfregimentsaccompanying j'the whole. The Royal Westinoil.ind R^g> Y ment is to be stationed in the New Mint, on I Tower-hill, till the grÓtiriilÎs Houuslow Heath, as before-mentioned. "Brorn these dispositions it would seem, that 50me 1 apprehensions -of -fHcthor.JC^rsmtotions in the metropolis are rif te ft The Hertford; Regiment of Mifitiaarfked at Chelmsford 011 Tuesday, and tlie- ire Regiment on Wednesday, both fronv ipswich. The former are stationed in the New Barracks the latter in the Old Barracks. England and America,—The following ob. servations appear in a letter addressed to the; Marquis Wellesley, by a Britith. American, Colonisti—" His Majesty's -subjects, in tile: BritUb Colonies have -fceiin almos}., sti-aiigers t to the calamities of war dtiring a loHg period ofbostility, while the citizens of the United. States have risen into opuience amid the, con- tentions and miseries of Europe, b kill" in a system of neutrality. And^ notwithstand- rng my zeal tor the boiioUr and mterest of my King and Country, and mfardent wish-to see the world united against our. inveterate ene- iny, I alufrce to declare, that 1-10 -Course can be more wise for them, iht t practicable still, it. at-' reudj occurred, wbicU.retider it Indispensably neceKsary lor them t o. side nth one. or the ol^er of the lieiiiger.eiit powers, is not,the J' immediate object of the present inquiry but:; o I)e, exicii(!- e,d lar manners, I¡ahils, lallguag-c, ¡í,\lj rciii(JlI, are 10 be armed agaiiisl eaeh; other, to ex-, change Urn prosperity, peace, aisd .security,-? e_y have .hitherto e.njo)ed, for.e.ojiTusion, lu •' anit, 'and danger, aud io apply liaise powers- lo!m i nd amI h uti y, wri i (: h'h v'e: hit hedohcel: to [ and reputation, to purpose*'of mu! ual slaugh- iei' ami destruction—whether Jb.e.se calamities hang over us, and by M'hose band tbev are' It. behoves us to iutjmre wit; seriousness and impartiality. It may improper for Ins M;uestv's subje< i in ihesj colonies-to be a p prised j wbetbei' TlS-).e, servants l.o-whpm he hie; eel rusted lie Admi- nisiration ol bis Government, are either igno- servants l.o-whpm he hie; eel rusted I lie Admi- | nisiration ol bis Government, are either igno- ranlly or wickedly.-4iicreasi«g the dvfficuliies- and he dangers»of-the present period, by jjii-l necessarily plunging us into a contest. u iih; another foe; or whether they ,ii-e eveiT honourable, fair, and dispa-ss.ionale, I measure, eudeavoiiring to avert that evil; and most .peculiarly incumbent is it upon those' | who sway, the infant Government of America, ¡ to consider well each slep lliey take toward.^ the (ie'd of carnage; they owe it to thvm- j selves, to those they rule, aud io their poste- rity, to take especial Care thai they lire not t impelled by passion or prejudice, and that their j | first appeal", as an independent nation, to tiiti j God of Baltic*, should he in a just cause.—s i They have lately bad recourse to a measurd J wluch brings them so-close upon the verge of j hostility, that it would be almost impossible j for them to advance another slQL wjthout [ making use ti'f actual force; "the dismission ol a public Minister is the usual prelude to a dc* elaration of war against bis Sovereign, and if we consideivthat, by those laws which regu-' j laIc lh intercourse of civilized nations, his j diarader is rendered sacred, and that wlier6 i I hev are regarded, his person is secure from j insolence and violence, that he is not merely a medium of communication bet ween his own country and that at ivhith le i-cif, but f ihat he is the Representative of his Sovereign z;1 ami bis country that unto him is shewn every mark -of courtesy, kindness, and distiuctioii, j which is thought due to his nation collective- j ly; -and that e\ery instance of inattention or mark of disrespect which lie experiences n; invariably considered to be directed against his country, we m'&st a'drffitthattbe oarasions shotild-be powerful!-and obvious which would induce any Government to distiliss a .resident Minister; for theymust suppose that the leel- ings of his'country men, upon such an occa- sion, would be similar to those att individual would experience, who, in the course of a friendly visit to an acquaintance, should be turned out of doors. IL -caiiiii)t Lu-, denied that the conduct of the visitor might be so inde- cent as to justify such an act ol violence, but the master of the iionse should be wet! assur- ed that he had not misconstrued the behaviour of.his guest; for, if be should have proceed- cdntlCHI misconception or erroneous informa- tion, no apology, however humiliating, could restore harmony after such an outrage of tlw laws of hospitality, unless the offended party should be animated wÜh a \l)(;st ardcnt desire to avoid a rupture. Lord openiug Admiral Lord Collingwood's body, a larc stone was found in the to '.lie bladder, which it is supposed occasioned his death.—The title, is extinct for > ant of male issue. He luib left b-hind him a widow and two 'daughters, who bad r.ever seen him since his elevation to the Peerage.-—His' pension of £ 12000 per annum devolves upon them. His Lordship was of-mid- dle stature, but extremely thie and temperate in his general habits; ate'always-with an ap- petite, drank moderately alter dinner; bu. never indulged alterwards in spirit or in wine, It was his general rule in te pestuous weather, and upon any hostile emergency that occurred, to sleep lipou his sofa in a flannel gown, taking oil only his epaillclted coat. lie would ap- pear upon deck without his hat and his grey II hair il'iating to the wind, while torrents of rain poured down through the shrouds, and his eye, like the eagle's, on the watc: .— "Personal exposure, colds, rheumatism, ague, all seemed nothing to him when his duty called. In the memorable autumn of 1805, I when he with difficulty got the Dread- nought into the Stream of the Gut ot Gibraltar, he stood upon the poop, smiling at 35 sail of the enemy, with only five ships under his command; and w hen they vrors 'lack he wore himself in their (ace and actual- | ly blockaded the Bay of Cadiz they within it .yA'Bffifr-SO geotieixv&n, 'a'Mate'ufi, ^art'.HM 'ofal'sufiii^tuous dimfeH^at Gregson's, i%>^jpornt On May-day. Iu?the evening, the dfttiier prtyfmade up^a subscription pUrse of 2t> guiiieA, forsji'. eo^l.b'at between Dog her ty a ra-Y&ii ng1" i iWIp.TIh? compfiny-adj »« rned to a,CQjiSMimk JEeojW-in UiiLJ^igbbourhood,. and the combatants soon after arrived with their se(?oi|tf$, -t(i^ jcelebratejd Çtib for: bis brother, and Richinan fur DoglHtrty, who backed himseiffior fyi extry ten guineas.; Cribb received repeated bits, and his head was frightfully dt.sfigured. TJie battle lasted an hour, when Dogherty was declared the con- qTfenTF, -!bi5tJD<rt withr0t!tbaving received some severe hits, A second buttie was fought for Another purse- of SO g-ui'neas, subscribed %y the company, between Richman and Powers. THe tisffiters ;v^e*liMol!red m* this contest with two patrician seconds, the one an HOII. Baronet, for Rich roan, assisted by Cribb and the otheran amateur Co lone], to whom Gib- j bong held beaieu in a a quarter of an hour- Dutch Sain and Medley areata fight for 300 guineas ott the last day of this4f\u,,¡H..
'SJ'o..rlTING 1JSTH.LLIGEUC&. • CHESTER RASES. 'On ifanday, May 7, dSn-c'espstakex. o f 15g-s. eack p p. for maiden horses that never wen ei/her nictch,.platt, ;<rr me,Apstake& before ]ttie \si c f tv%> miles*. '• r 'f Ouiye (:>-f Hamilton's RT.t. hyPcJpjni b. g-ib.y old, 2 iWr.iTattoirs gr. hnbjs # yrs.told: 3 Mr.Hcnsoil\; h. f. ¡\igIQtt. ;.ltr • 4. ,5 -.Ear! Grosvenor's b. c. Rubj, b^ 4i4inQ old ii! r iid -or 11lin 16 Kc's it' c. 'b}'CiiMftjr'e (Jfveese, out of Maid oi'l-:tv., ( ■ '1 I ti.. Ma!ift^i?*ii^'4 f). e. by Dianiond, out of hi> I i^jieci-ni'ale iti.-ii'e,' [ A .MATCH, foPi&(h(r-<}ne IS?ite.^ i inr W,-WVV-vihie'.s ■> c• Gweii 1 F. H. Pnee, fvsor s. ell t I'.vciina, Sft 5?'( Thr sail. c dd a J/uidul value- jOl. the be/ of t hrt-t fau'r- r.inr. nenfi. M R-d'rinsiiii's tr. Ii, t>y Drffirti II) >ir T. M.iw.rjtai's t>. Ii. b\- Air. Tea at c.' 2 2t ■Sir W. W,V.ynn\s,cli. ii. V'estris 3 41 yrs old 4 3 ip(;ihi line's cli. tj»: Mr- 'Clark- 4 j rs 5 5 -If. lJciison's 1). f. bv Peliatoi', j> rs old dr." ■■'?&■>i/, a s.w:o,¡;jJ>ttl-ks "f cachy p\p. fort I: fiethcii thret jjtutrs. otd, ,).)1. cavfi, once rounr!: f < aiiift.aAlt-tatice. ',1¡-, Jkll:,OIt Ai Jel/e Mr. Price's h,r.L by Orange Flower The same, the Karl 11/ Chtslcr's 111(tir, o f 1 (1, -One Heal, of three- ijhu .< rcund the eeurse.. '"Mr, Pgerton's t). !i. Ce-!ri;i It. A ■ i-ir \y. W.. Wjihs's b. 1). Dun Melibo?us, 4 y-rs !r. 1J,irris^s b. r. Vulinre, 4 i rs Rodney's h h. Ze¡:h\ r,'tJ rs iv HI "J v Titr. nascoi^iic's Siieba's (jiieen 4 Mr. Beltisoa's 1). m. 5 yrs eld Mr. T.tlolrt/isori's'^r. h. bj Delpini The siime day- Sixty Guineas (clear) the gift of T. Grasvenor and J; Higcrtoit, Er.qrs. ftrr three year o'rts the hist of thff-e tw9-riirle ht~ats. of, liffinilt h. Lancaster Lord Rodney's b. h. Zephyr, yrs old Sir. I'V. Mr. W. Leigli's gr. f. 3 y i s old Mr. Heyrner's bc,.Spider, by lieiwrf'rtgb'ro' 4 yrs 1 4 N j.i-s i M'r:"(iascoigne's b. g. by 'J'iinoi iiy f. b3- i ■Jlr.S'tetton's g;r. h. by i)elj)ini.. TVednesdai/y a of QOgs. each,,p. p. once round the course dnd; a distance; tv at art lit rhe distant 'chain Sir.. W. W'\iris's b. g. ()*eii (jlyndwr I"Cgasus ?>1 r. F.gerfon's'b. '0. by («<*han'na i\J r. C lift oil's t). Morgiana, .'j yrs old Gen. (-irosvenor's t>. c. 'by Cesario, "3 yrs old- Mr..Gas<:oifrtifc's b. c. by oiing Star, S yrs' old Mr. Benson's b. e. Cbi^atfy, .1 y rs old The same day, ike Annual City Plate, of Sixty git,t,)t by lkc J*o.- thne, four, jive,, six years old, and aged. Sir W. \V„ Wy tin's eh. h. I'oiing Vestris Mr, Kgerton's b. h. C-estria, 5 yrs old Mr, Benson's br, in. Dimjife, ;> yrs old J\.Jr.T ,K. Brown's b. c. Ruby, .) yrs old Mr, Sliellon's gr. h. Thursday, a SlfcC])stakcs (JfOgs. each, p.p. ttco j miles. Duke of Hamilton's, br. c. Askrig-, by Shuttle,1 4 yrs. ,Alr, Sir W. \V. Lynn's b. h, Don Melilbccus Mr. Gascoigne's Siieba's Queen 'the sayre: day, a Cup, value Sixty Guineas, the gift of the-Right Hon .EariGros-venor. 4 Sir 4 yrs old 0 Sir H. Muinwairing's b. c. by Diamond- ;< TV!r. l'gerton's b- b. t'estria Air.Heyniei's b.'c. Spider. Mr, Ba.i'ley's' b. c. Guide, by Sfmttle, 4 yrs old r, c. NI-5 old Ni t,. I d I)ellillikii Mr. Clifton's.Margiana, 3 y rs old Nr. Sruith's Parmasan, The same day, I*. It. Price, Ivsi] s bri t, by Orange Flower, daiii by Sir 8st. against Mr. Millers I), c. Ciieese-factor, by Cheshire Cheese, dam by Spinner, b); -til-o Friday* a Handicap Slakes of lOOg-.?. each, p. p. with 2Utigs, added- by the Stewards. Tuso mi lea. The same day the Ladies' Purse, value best of three four mile, heats. Mr. Beitisou's b. m. 5 yrs old matches during TIn: wEric. Sir W. W Nl,*viiii's b. c..t)rollier to Beiiiii!Sen, 8ts. 41b. aginst F. it. Price, Es(l.'s cli f. EN clitia, 8st. one mile, 5%s. T. L. Brook, Esq.'s b. f. by Sir.OHvcr, out. o.l Mrs. Jordan, 8st. against T, 'larleton, Es(|. s bl c, by Diamond, out of Jack. Tar's ilani, 8st. 5lb; I D0s;'s h. ft The same dav. Sir Windsor Ilunloke's b. r. by Cheshire Cheese, out of Maid of Fly, Ssf. 41b.- against F. !t. Price, Eq. h. f Evelina, In Sir ()liver, bought of Mr. Richardson, bit. lib; 2. aiiles,-lOOgs. h. ftj- i .r ,i n
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BY ORDER OF THE X.OR0 LIEOfEfjANx< j ALL .-PERSONS*swore'" and enrolled serve in the Royal Angleaea Local Rfilitj? are required to appear arBeaumnPi^fMt the 4th day of June next, at IS o'clock at niJOf to be trained and for twenty- days, I elusive of the day; qf ariviug at., and dcuartit from the Head Qutftcrsof the Regiment j at I the whole of the serjeants, corporals, apd d'ruri iners, arc to be assembled at Btaumaris OIl tt preceding Monday, the..28ttj daj; gf May instant lor sevei^ extra days exercise'. IIead-quar.terSf Beaumaris-, •' ',t.' < Itli May, IbiO. AT iVleetin; of the T'nistees, appoint by an Act recently passed, intituled, A V ANGLESEA IREGIMENT; DF'i" /• ■ Local Militia. BY ORDER OF THE X.OR0 LIEOfEfjANx< j ALL .-PERSONS*swore'" and enrolled serve in the Royal Angleaea Local Rfilitj? are required to appear arBeaumnPi^fMt the 4th day of June next, at IS o'clock at !voo,: to be trained and e^erciseii for twenty days, e» elusive of the days ,Qf ariviug at., and dcuartit from the Head Quakers of the Regiment j a| the whole of the serjeants, corporals, apd d'ruri iners, aie to be assembled at Btaumaris on tt preceding Monday, the..28ttj daj; gf May instant lor sevei^ extra days exercise'. IIead-quar.terSf Beaumaris-, •' ',t.' < Itli May, IbiO. A iVleetin; of the T'nistees, appoint f)-v an Act recently passed, intituled, A ■Act to coutinue tli.ts term, anj alter aud cntafi the powers of sev.eral.acti of his present Majc|l toi lepaii'ing certain roa<ls in tlie counties (-ainarvon and Denbigh, and for more effectual repairing and improving eerfai-it-«Kher roads i the county of Carnarvon- held at the Cra« •fury Room, inthe'town of Carnarvon, on Satu' day the 5-tfi da^ofiMay.j1 181U, It teas Ordered'f rhat.publicify.be given to a Clause in the said Act, so thai; all persons advanc'^ mdiiey on the credit of the tolls arising by Vfrf* thereof, may be fully apprized, that the del)1; upon ihe .old Trust are to be paid olTfirsf, >v!iici ("lause is inserted in. pa-e 21 of the said Act, a"1 is in the following'words Debts upon the 11 ANTf) T5F, IT FURtllK1 old Trusc-to be)■ EN AC-TED, That-th* tolls^ -first paid off. ) duties arising and" j>ayabl«? the tot! gates now set up a"' erected on the present roads, under the rt cited Acts,• shall in the first instance be ;ipt,r<> printed" to'the payment of the expences of ing tire present'roads.in repair, and other ncci'4 sary ex ponces connceted 'with (be repairs of 'l it said- roads'Vsiud. the residue shall be laid out aUt ap[)lu.'tl by the stiid■■ Trustee's, or any live or H'1 ot iti.ein in p.'iyjfiept'<.jt' the money now due <il11 owing ou tlie credit of the said recited Acts, t0' j gether wiiti all Interest due, aud. 'to grow. thereon from time to time, until the sanie s'1:1 be wholly jiaTiT off aYuFsatisfied. And that a"^ the same shall M'-fully paid-off and sati'lie' then ilie residue arising from the sai(i duties, stialjj^e laid out by.tlie said Trustees day the 5-tfi da^ofiMay.j1 181U, It teas Ordercd rhat.publicify.be given to a Clause in the said Act, so thai; all persons advanc'^ mdiiey on the credit of the tolls arising by Vfrf* thereof, may be fully apprized, that the del)1; upon ihe .old Trust are to be paid olTfirsf, >v!iici ("lause is inserted in. pa-e 21 of the said Act, a"1 is in the following words Debts upon the 11 ANTf) T5F, IT FURtllK1 old Trusc-to be)■ EN AC-TED, That-th* tolls^ -first paid off. ) duties arising and" j>ayabl«? the tot! gates now set up a"' erected on the present roads, under the rt cited Acts,• shall in the first instance be ;ipt,r<> printed" to'the payment of the expences of ing tire present'roads.in repair, and other ncci'4 sary ex ponces connceted 'with (be repairs of 'l it said- roads'Vsiud. the residue shall be laid out aUt ap[)lu.'tl by the stiid■■ Trustee's, or any live or H'1 ot iti.ein in p.'iyjfiept'<.jt' the money now due <il11 owing ou tlie credit of the said recited Acts, t0' j gether wiiti all Interest due, aud. 'to grow. thereon from time to time, until the sanie s'1:1 be wholly jiaTiT off aYuFsatisfied. And that a"^ the same shall M'-fully paid-off and sati'lie' then ilie residue arising from the sai(i duties, stialjj^e laid out by.tlie said Trustees any live or more of Hiein in rtie general executl<? of this and. the saiit recited Acts. By order of the Trustees, ROUT. ROSIERTS, Treasure- Carnarvon, hth May, IS10. J
I' Llqnfachrcth and LlaticUt^d ,Ill cr e s f 'i'ilE undersigned, ihe Coiiiniis*|.°n*i,j 1 ) appointed by af> Act ParfiatMenT, -n i.he 4V):h year of the r,gu of his present jesty, entitled, an Ac.f for inclosing lands 1 townships of N'annau-uwch-yi--afon, Naunau-'5 yr-afoii, and l.lanellryd, fn tbe parishes of I',a^ lachreth and. Llanellty d, iu the comity of onelli."
DO IIEREUY C; [ ¡. E AVTIC?., tnlO That the next Public Meeting for carryitig 1 ,jj effect the powers contained iu the said Act, be held at the Golden Lion lint, iu Dolgell}') Tuesday the 29th day of May inst. between ■-hour's of 12 and 2 o'clock in the afternoon, I propose to receive -the claims of all such sons that have any right to, or in tbe said C" tiions or waste lands, who have not deliver* the same, and who are hereby desired to Pr0f'cji in writing, the names of the Tenemcuts for they make such claim, specifying the sum 'J'eneiueut is assessed to the Tax. lot And. it being provided by the said Act • the e\|)ence.s in Obtaining imd passing the SJ and all otlver incidental charges and eXpe!^jr whatsoever, for carrying the said Act into <- y plete execution, shait paid hy the lie of j; part of the said waste lands, so to be inclose* aforesaid. iI;