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CARNARVON POOR HOUSE. I A GOVERNOR WANTED, TO Manage and superintend the Poor I JL in this House, a middle-aged Man, with a 1 vife, without children, would be preferred. No one need apply that cannot produce testimonials of his good character from his last employers. For particulars of the situation, (if by letter, post paid) apply to Mr. ROBERT WILLIAMS), Overseer ot the Poor, Carnarvon. C A UNAR VONSUIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, (And immediate Possession given) t ALL that modern-built Messuage or Dwel- ling House, with the Appurtenances there- uiito belonging, situate in High-street, in the I town of Carnarvon, late in the occupation of Mr. Richard Williams, Solicitor. These Premises,consist of two parlours, two kitchens, a large dining-room, five excellent bed- rooms, with suitable attics two large cellars, a yard, containing a two-stall stable, and a large brewhouse, with convenient rooms over them. Also, that other modern-built Messuage or Dwelling House, adjoining the aboye premises, "With the Appurtenances, late in the tenure of 1r. Tolcman, watchmaker. These Premises comprise two parlours, a large dining-room, five compact bed-rooms, with con- venient garrets over them; two kitchens, two cellars, a large brewbouse and pantry, with a good room .aver them in the yard, belonging to these premises. Both tfaeabove Dwelling-houses are well adapt- ed for private families; or for persons in busi- ness, on account of their contiguity to the mar- ket place. For further particulars apply (if by letter, post PAID) to Mr. H. R. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Car- narvon, who will apjJOist a person to sfcew the preaKseR. Welsh Church at verpool. AT a Meeting of a miniber of Gentlemen, held at Lillyman's Motel, 011 Monday the 1st of March, to celebrate the Anniversary of St. David's Day, It was resolved unanimously, That on a moderate computst'ton,' one te^kth of the inhabitants of this town are Welsh. That it is a matter of equal notoriety and con- cern that a great part of them, owing to an in- competent knowledge of the English language, are debarred the benefit of attending Divine Ser- vice at the Established Church of these kingdoms, in the tenets of which they have been regularly brought up, and that in consequence- thereof ma- ny of them attend no form of religious worship whatever. That, in order in -some degree to remedy au e-;ril so.I)roductive. of every speciesaf vice and im- morality, a Subscription be immediately entered into for the purpose of raising a Fund for pur- chasing or erecting a suitable Buildingfor thece- lebration of Divine Wosship in the Welsh Lan- guage, according to the tenets of the Established Church. That a Committee be formed for the purpose Ðf carrying this desirable object into effect, and that they fee directed to request the assistance of the opulent inhabitants of this town, and of the principality of Wales, io"favour,of thi truly pi- ous and charitable design. That the said Committee do consist of the fol-, ]owing gentlemcn,,viz, J. B. Clough Jonathan Roose Wm. Evans, Surgeon k Robert Thomas Griffith Owen John .Tones Henry Lewis Rev. Jonathan Brooks Rev. Edward Roberts H. Humphreys Lewis Jones Athelstan Maurice Thos. W. Eyton William Evans I'd ward Nichatls John Hughes John Simon John Jones Robert Wyttne,Siirg £ On John Hargraves Richard Thomas [ Lt. O. Owen Owen Thomas, Surgeon Thomas Hughes William Owen John Owen George J oner: Thomas Humphreys [ Owen W. Owen i W. W. fJaTries George Roose Richard Griffiths William Edensor That if the Subscription shall answer ffle ex- pectations of this Meeting (and they are encou- raged to believe it will be liberal,) and a building should in consequence be purchased or erected, the whole of the Area shall be appropriated to the 1 ft-ce,use and accommodation of the common peo- ple, and that the Galleries shall be let out in seats or sittings to tradesmen and persons of a respect- able rank in life; the money arising therefrom to assist in defraying the expences of the service and repairs. That the above Resolutions be submitted to the Reverend the Rectors of this parish, and to the Common Council of this Borough, for their sanc- tion and approbation, The following sums were then subscribed. X. s. d. J. B. dough 21 0 0 Jonathan Roose 21 0 0' NVilliani Evat)s 10 10 0 Roberc Thomas.. 10 0 0 Griffith Owen 10 0 0 John Jones 10 to 0 Henry, LeNirii 10 0 0 Athelstan Maurice. 10 10 0 Thomas W. Eyton 10 10 0 William Evans 5 5 0 l,ewis Jones 5 0 John Hughes 5 0 0 .John Jones 5 5 0 Robert Wynne 5 5 0 Owen Thomas 5 5 0 Thomas Iltighes .I 5 0 0 William Owen 5 0 0 John Owen 5 5 0 George Jones 5 5 0 Richard Thomas 2 2 0 Richard Griffiths 2 2 0 Thomas Htiml)lireys 5-5 0 -Owen W. Owen 5 5 0 W.W. Harries. 5 5 0 ilev. J. Brooks 3 3 0 Jtfcjv. E. Roberts. 3 3 0 jfcidsrard N icholls 3 3 0 .John Simon. 3 3 0 John I-,Iargreavei; 2 2 0 George Roose I '0 jH. Humphreys 1 1 0 ,A Friend 1 0 0 Lt. Owen 1 0 0 'N'V, Ldensor 100 At a Meeting of the Committee for conducting the concerns of the intended WELSH CHPRCH, held at the Office of J. B. dough, Esq, in Brunswick-street, on Friday the 5th of March, the under-mentioned Gentlemen were elected to the several Offices attached to their names, viz.?— J. B. CLOUGH, Esq. President. Mr. JONATHAN ROOSE & Mr. ROBRT THOMAS, Vice-Presidents. Mr. ATHEL. MAURICE & Mr. THOS. W. EYTON, Joint Treasurers. Mr. WILLIAM EVANS, Secretary, And it was resolved, That the Reverend the Rectors of the parish, and Llewellyn Lloyd, Esq. be added to the list of the Committee. That the thanks of this Meeting are due to the Mayor, for the handsome manner in which he has offered to recommend the measure in question to the approbation of the Common Council. And that the Chairman, and tlw- Rev, J. Brooks, be requested to present a copy of the foregoing Resolutions to the Mayor, for the pur- pose of being laid before the Common Council at their next meeting. SIR, Liverpool, 12th April, 1813. I take the liberty of sending you the annexed y 11 Resolutions at the request of the Committee ap- pointed for carrying them into execution. The lectors and Common Council have already ex- pressed their approbation of the object which they are intended to effect, and it seems almost unnecessary, in times like the present, to urge the expediency of holding out inducements to the lower orders of society to attend regularly to the Established Church, and to unite with the rest of their fellow-subjects in the constant observance of the Sabbath, and of Religious Worship. This can only be done by furnishing free sit- tings for their accommodation, and the Commit- tee hope that they shall be favoured with your support, and that both your- influence and sub- scription will be given in furtherance of a design which is calculated to extend to the poor-, living in a christian country, the common benefits of that religion which its Divine Author addressed principally to them. I am, respectfully, Sir, Your obedient Servant, J. B. CLOUC-H, President. Subscriptions will be received by the Gen- tlemen of the Committee, or at the Banks of Messrs. Williatas, Jones, Hughes, and Co. at Chester and Carnarvon affid of Messrs. Clough, Mason, and Co. at Denbigh and Llanrwst. Statement of the Subscriptions towards the Welsh Church proposed to be established at Liver- pool, agreeable to certain resolutions passed on the lstand 5th of March, 1813,andpublish- ed with a circular letter from J. B. dough, Esq. President of the Committee, on the 12tli April following, for which- See Amount already advertised = £ tdo 6 0. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIBERS. The Right Rev. Lord Bishop of Chester.2I 0 0 The Right Rev. Lord Bishop of St.) „ „ Asaph J ° ° The Rigtet Rev. Lord Bishop of Bangoc 50 O 0; The Right Hon Lord Kenyon ti Edward Williams, Esq. CJiiswick. 5? 0 Rev.John Williams. 5 a 0 Rev. Roger-Clougb, Bathafern Park.. 10 0 0, Mrs. Clough, Plas Clough 2 2 0 Richard B. Clough, Esq. Glat"cru.. 5 5 0 Rev. R, B. Clough, Eyarth 5 5 0 George Cumming, Esq. M.D. Denbigh 2 2 0 David Lloyd, Esq. Denbigh 20 0 0 Rev. John Mason, Bodfari.. 1 0 0 Rev. Robert iFones, Llandyruog j 0 Rev. Evan Ellis, Llandrillo 1 0 0 Rev. Mr. Jones, School, Ruthin. 5 0 0 Mr. Robert Nicholas, Ruthin 1 1 0 Mr. Jabn Roberts, Ruthin. 2 0 0 Mr. Williams, Lion Inn, Ruthin 0 10 6 Mr. Jones, Druggist, Ruthin iQ 10 0 Mr. J.Jones,Clerk of theJPeace,Ruthin "g 0 0 Mr. R. H. Jones, Ruthin. 1 1 0 Mr. Simon Griffith, Ruthin I 0 0 Mr. David Jones, Ruthin. 0 10 6s Mr. Peter Lloyd, Ruthin 2 0 0 Rev. Richard Mewcome, Ruthin 5 5 0 Mr. John Philips, Ruthin I 0 Of Edward Lloyd, Esq. Rhaggatt <5 5 0 Mr. Jo ten Williams, Pool Park. 2 2 0 Mr. Williams, fllas y Ward 10 0 Rev. Mr. Parry, Curate, Clocaenog. 0 10 6 Thomas Davies, Esq. Plas Draw. 1 0 0 Rev". J-paies Jones, Llaufair 2 2 0 Mr. Penson, Wrexham ] 0 0 Rev. J. Hughes, Curate, Llysfaen. 0 10 6 Rev. Mr. Davies, Llanelidan 0 <10 6 Bevis Thelwall, Esq Brynyfynnon. i 0 0 Rev. Thomas Jone3, Berth. 110 Mr. Henry Robinson, Wern. 110 Rev. Mr. Hughes, Llangynhafal 2 0 0 Rev. Mr. Chambers, Llmrhydd 5 0 0 Rev. Dr. Hughes, Canon of St. Paul's 10 10 0 Rev. Ellis Wynne, Llanferras I 1 0 Mr. T. C. Porter, Liverpool 5 0 0 John Eden, Esq. Liverpool. 5 0 0 William Stewart, Esq. Liverpool. 100 Robert Barber, Esq. Liverpoot. 2 2 0 Mr. J.Knowles,Slater-street,Liverpool 2 2 0 Mr. Kirkham, Liverpool 5 O 0. Mrs. Carlisle, Liverpool 11 0 Mr. J. P. Platt, Liverpool .1 0 0 Mr. W. Pritchard, Liverpool. 5 5 0 Rev. Thomas Kidd, Liverpool. 110 Mr. Robert Jones, Liverpool 3 3 0 Edward Morrall, Esq. Liverpool. 1 0 0 J. W. Thies, Esq. Liverpool 1 0 0 P. Lindsay, Esq. Liverpool. 5 5 0 Rev. Mr. Trevor, Easfham. 10 10 O Rd. Wilding Esq. Llanrhaiader Hall.. 50 0 0 The Right Hon. the Earl of Uxbridge 50 0 O Lord Viscount Warren Bulkeley. 50 0 0 Sir Edward P. Lloyd, Bart. M. P. 20 0 0 Thomas Jones, Esq. Ashley House. 5 5 0 Mr. Thomas Kaye, Liverpool.. I 1 0 X767 IT 0 N. B. It may be necessary to observe that in the estimate of the Committee, about Two Thou- sand Pounds would enable it to accomplish the object in view, as a very liberal disposition exists in the Corporation of this town to aid the under- taking, not only in the procuring a suitabie Place of Worship, but in the respectable maintenance also of the establishment, by a continuance of the yearly stipend allowed to the late officiating Welsh Minister at St. Paul's. Liverpool, WthSegt, 1814. I NEVIN, &c. INCLOSURE. WE, the undersigned Commissioners, act- ing under au Act passed in the SSdyeor of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An Act tor inclosing lands in the parish of Nevin, and other parishes and places therein mentioned, in the county of Carnarvon." Do hereby give Notice, That objections having been delivered to us on the behalf of his Majesty, and other proprietors of lands and estates, to the division and allotment made by us, of the commons and waste lands in the parishes of Plstill and Carngiwch WE-, the said Commissioners, have made a new division and allotment of the same commons, to and amongst the several persons entitled thereto, in proportion to the value of their several estates and interest in the said parishes And Ire do hereby also give Notice, That plans of the said new division -and allot- ments are left for tbeinspectioh of the propri- etors, at the office of Mr. Evans, in CiTiiarvon, and may also be seen by applying to us, !tie said Coniaiisaioner" And We do hereby further give Notice, That We, the said Commissioners, will hold a meeting at the Crown and Anchor Inn, in the town of Pwllheli, on Wednesday the 28th day of December iastauf, to receive objections (if any) to such division and allotment. As witness our nands, the third day of December, 1814. ROBT. WILLIAMS,) 1 RICHARD ELLIS, J Commissioners. Maps of the division and allotments may be teen at the Office of Mr. J. Ellis, in Pwllhely. CA R NAR VONSH1R E.—NOR TE W dL ES. TO BE IÆT, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, THAT capital Inn, called the HOT'H'L, or the UXBRIOGE ARMS, most conveniently and delightfully situated at the entrance of the town of Carnarvon, on the road leading from the city of Bangor, now in the holding of Alr. Wakeman, who is about to retire from public business. it consists on the first floor, of a large-par- lour, and three others, of-suitable and convenient dimensions a spacious kitchen, and other offices adjoining; together with a good sized bar, most judiciously placed so as to overlook the kitchen, the entrances to the house, and to the different parlours, as well as the whole of the court-yard, to which a bay-window is introduced. On the first floor is adarge room, which conve- niently accommodates a dinner patty of eighty, and which by means of partitions and folding doors, forms two excellent drawing rooms, each commanding a beautiful view of the Menai and the lslaud of Anglesea. There are, besides, on the floor, as well as in the attic story, a suitable number of exceeding good bed-rooms end the cellars under ground are extensive and commo- dious. In the rear of the house, and contiguous there- to, is a spacious court yard, comprising a very 'lar,ce,coacti-tiotise, vvitit a room of equal size above; several stables, cow houses, larder, dairy, laundry,; servants bed rooms, malt house, brew house, and a variety of other offices, all arranged with great 'judgment; and within a few yards of tfie house, is a largt celled garden, with a smaller adjoining. The tenant may be accommodated with any quantity of land, within a convenient distance, not exceeding 190 acres. There being an excellent market at Carnarvon, the House may receive a constant supply of every necessary article, especially fish of the best sorts. Independent of the regular travelling to Car- narvon, and the several public meetings held there within the course of theyeer, the very general re- sort to that town in the summer season, affords a source of considerable emolument to the Inn- keeper. And all circumstances taken into consi- deration, there can hardly be a doubt hut that a person well conversant in the business, may, by becoming tenant of the Hotelat Carnarvon, serve himself and the public, with. very great advantage to both, especially at this time when there hap- pens to be a good opening. The tenant may be accommodated with all the valuable household furniture, plate, linen, china, horses and carriages, and also with the crops and produce of the land, at.a valuation. And further particulars may be had by apply- ing to Thomas Jones, Esq Bryntirion, near" Bangor; Mr. John Williams, at Plasfiewydd, Anglesea or to Messrs. Poele, Attorneys at Carnarvon; or at their office at Pcncraig, in Anglesea.

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