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WANTED, a GROOM, for a Gentleman's place, W near Cardigan; a married man, wife to milk and attend to Poultry. Good wages and Cottdge found. Apply to Mr Parker, Blaok Lion Hotel, Cardigan. R5 WANTED, an APPRENTICE, to a Pharmaceutical Chemist. Apply to Mr David Davies, 42, High Street, Cardigan. R 56 WANTED a PAGE or young FOOTMAN, single W handed. Must have lived under a good Butler. Apply to E. Jones, Esq., Veiindre, Llandovery. S 35 WANTED a good COOK, in a small Family, assist- V T ance given in the Kitchen. High wages would be given to a really good Cook. A good character india- pensaeie. IN one need ap^ly unless they understand lIook. ing in all its branches. Address, by letter, stating wages required, and full particulars, X.Y.Z., Welshman Office, Carmarthen. s 33 A CURATE wanted for the WELSH District of Llanedy and Pontardulais. Stipend-about C120. Testimonials to be sent to the Rev R. Williams, Llanedy Rectory, Llanelly, by 4th March. s 48 WANTED, a situation, by an Experienced COOK, 'T (where one or two Kitchen maids are kept) who thoroughly understands her business in all its branches. Unexceptional references given. Address-A.B., Burry Port Post Office, Carmarthenshire, s 49 TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are required for extensive additions and -L alterations to Cresselly House, Pembroke. The Plans and Specification of the work, can be seen on applica- tion to Cresselly House, on and after Wednesday, February I Oth. The Tenders are to be delivered to the Architect, Messrs Clarke and Holland, Newmarket, Cambridge- shire, on or before Thursday, February 25th, and the lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. a. 19 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. TO CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. PERSONS desirous of Tendering for the erection and j. completion of a New Gaol, at Lampeter, in thn said County, may inspect the Drawings and Specifications thereof, at the Offices of the Arehiteots, Messrs Martin and Chamberlain, Christ Church Buildings, Birmingham. The Quantities will be taken out by Mr Harris, Surveyor, of Birmingham, and, on and after the 23rd instant, may be Obtained from him on payment of one guinea for each set. The Tenders are to be delivered, at the Office of the Clerk of the Peace, in Aberystwith, :on:or before the 23rd day of March next, endorsed Tender for New Gaol." The Magistrates do not bind ..themselves to aocept the lowest or any Tender. Dated the 9th day of February, 1869. F. R. ROBERTS. a 28 Clerk of the Peace. MR. C. VIDEON HARDING, Organist of St. Peter's Church, Carmarthen, Professor of Pianoforte, Organ, Harmonium, Harmony, and Singing (late Solo Tenore to Dr Spark, Organist of Leeds Town Hall, for his public and prirate Concerts, also the Bradford and Halifax Oratorios, &o ), BEGS to solicit the patronage of the Inhabitants _D of CARMARTHEN and its Vicinity, and hopes, by strict attention to his Professional Duties, to merit their support. Terms: One Guinea and a Half per quarter. N.B —Engagements accepted for Concerts and Oratorios, as Solo Tenor or Pianist. Applications may be made to 37, Spilman Street, Car- marthen. R 38 MR. HENRY P. G. BROOKE, (FELLOW OF THE COLLEGE OF ORGANISTS, LOXDON,) PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, BEGS to return his sincere thanks to his Pupils and J) Patrons in Carmarthen, Llandovery, Llandilo, and Lampeter, and the viciniy, for the patronage he has received during his residence (six yo arp) in Carmarthen, and, at the request of numerous pupils and friends, will still continue to give lessons on the PIANOFORTE. HARMONIUM, and in SINGING, THOROUGH BASS, and COMPOSITION. TEIUIS-5s per Lesson. MR. H P. G. BROOKE'S COMPOSITIONS:— Music Made Easy Sixpence, per post 7d A days come." Is Anthem-" Who is this," &c. „ 2< "Bear my Prayer," 2s Hark the Herald Ancels" Is Song-II A Voice from the Ranks" Is 3d Quadrilles" Winter Evening" 2s „ Banner of England" „ 21 Polka. It La Russell" 2s The Royal Artillery" „ 3. Waits The Rose of the Valley" „ 2s Two Splendid Pianofortes for Sale," also a fine Violin, Violincello, and a large quantity of Musio for Choral Societies, &c, For further particulars apply to 23, Picton Terrace, CARMARTHEN. GAME LICENCES. THE COMMISSIONERS OF INLAND REVENUE ± Hereby Give Notice, that SUPPLEMENTARY LISTS, conUininst the names of all Persons who ha'e taken out LICENSES to KILL and DEAL in GAME in the current Year, from 30th September last inclusive, have been printed for each Excise Collection. A C"pv of the List, applicable to any district, may be obtained Gratis on application at the Officeii of the respec- tive Collectors or Supervisors of Inland Revenue, Distributors or Sub-Distributors of Stamps, by whom Licenses are issued. The Commissioners further give Notice that instructions have been issued to their Officers to take the necessary steps to prefer informations for penalties against all persons found in pursuit of or dealing in Game without licence. WM. CORBETL, Secretary. Inland Revenue, Somerset House, London, 15th February, 1869. 11 45 JOINT COUNTIES' ASYLUM, 0 A R M A RTHEN. To Butchers, Maltsters, Coal Merchants, Farmers, Mil- lers, Grocers, &c. TENDERS for supplying the above Asylum with J. Butchers' Meat, Milk, Malt, Hops, Flour, Butter, Cheese, Potatoes. Coal, and Groceries, from the 26th March, 1869, to the 24th June, 1869 (both days inclusive), are requested to be sent to me, the undersigned (marked •• Tender" in the corner) on or before Tuesday, the 23rd of February instant. Forms of Tender can be had on application to me at the Asylum. By Order of the Visitors, H. T. HUGHES. Asylum Clerk. 17th February, 1869. s 43 LLANELLY TOWN RAILWAY- AT A PUBLIC MEETING of the Inhabitants and Ratepayers of Llaoelly-called in compliance with a requisition very numerously signed, and pre- sented to WM. ROSSER, Esq., Chairman of the Llanelly Local Board of Health-held at the Town Hall, on Tuesday, the 9th February, 1869, WM. ROSSER, Esq., in the Chair, It was proposed by C. W. NEVILL, Esq., seconded by MR S. BEVAN, and carried unanimously, That the proposed Btanch Railway to the Town of Llanelly is well calculated to serve the interests of the Inhabi- tants and Ratepayers, and deserves their earnest support It was proposed by W. H NEVIIL, Esq., seconded by MR B. JONES, and carried unanimously, That the Petitions to both Houses of Parliament in favour of the Llanelly Town Railway Bill, now produced and read, be adopted, and be Bigned by the Chairman of this Meeting, and by the Ratcpayers and Inhabitants generally. It was proposed by the RBv. D. E. WILLIAMS, seconded by MR OWEN THOMAS, and carried unanimously, That the Right Honourable the Earl of Cawdor, Lord Lieutenant of Carmarthenshire, be solicited to take charge of the Petition, and to present it to the House of Lords; and that Col. Stepney, the Member for the United Boroughs, be requested to take charge of, and present the Petition to the House of Commons. It was proposed by MR REES HARRIES, seconded -by MR J. A. DAVIES, and carried unanimously, That the following gentlemen be requested to act as a Committee, with power to add to their number, to assist in the promotion of the bill, by obtaining names to take shares, giving evidence before Parliament in support of the measure, and in suoh other ways SB .may be neces- the measure, and in such other ways as .Ma y be neces- PROPOSED COMMITTEE, MR NEVILL, K B ROSSER, MR W. H. NEVILL, I MR BUCKLBY, MR W. THOMAS, Mr TREGONNJNG, MR BEVAN, MR DD. EVANAS, MB WADDLE, MR HOLLAND, and The Managers of tbe two Banks at Llanelly. It was unanimously resolved, That the Resolutions of this Meeting be published in the local pap, rs. A vote of thanks to the Chairman, PROPOSED by B. JONES, Esq., and seconded by C. W. NEVILL, Epg., was unani- mously carried. W. ROSSER, Chairman. Llanelly, February 9th, 1869. a 47 1 RE MR. BENJAMIN BOWEN, Deceased. PURSUANT to the 22nd and 23rd Vict., c 35, J_ Notice is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons, having any debt or claim against or upon the estate of MIL. BENJAMIN BOWEN, late of the Pelican," Newcastle-Emlyn, in the parish of Cenarth, in the County of Carmarthen, Innkeeper, deceased, who died on the Eleventh day of July, 1867, are requested to send particu- lars of their debts or claims to me, the undersigned, being the appointed Trustee, and also Solicitor acting for the Executrix of the said deceased, on or before the Tenth day of February next, after which day I shall proceed to dis- tribute the Assets of the said deceased, having regard only to the debts or claims ot which I shall then have had Notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1868. B. EVANS, Solicitor, R 12 Newcastle-Emlyn, Carmarthenshire. THOMAS WILLIAMS, DECEASED. PURSUANT to an Act of Parliament, made and JL passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, cap. 2.5, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees." Notice is hereby given, that all Creditors and persons having any claims or demands upon or against the Evtate of THOMAS WILLIAMS, late of Tirallen, in tbe parish of Llanwrda, in the County of Cardigan, Farmer, deceased (who died on the 14th day of November, 1868, intestate, and letters of administration, to whose estate and effects were on the 30th day of December, 1868, granted to John Nicholas, of Ochorfforest, in the parish of Llandingat, in the County of Carmarthen, Farmer, and William James, of Troedrhiwresker, in the parish of Llanwrda, aforesaid, Farmer, two of the lawful Nephews, and two of the next of kin of the said deceased, out of the District Registry of the Court of Probate, at Carmarthen) are hereby required to send in the particulars, in writing, of such claims or de- mands, and the nature of the securities (if any) held for the same to Thomas Jon-s, of Llandovery, in the said County of Carmarthen, Esquire, the Solicitor of the said Adminis- trators, on or belore the 15th day of March, 1869, after which day the said Administrators will proceed to distribute the assets of the said intestate, among the parties entitled thereto, having regard to the claims or demands only of which tbey shall have had Notice; and the said Adminis- trators will not be liable for the assets of the said intestate, so distributed, any part thereof, to any person or persons whomsoever, of whose claims or demands they shall not have had Notice, at the time of such distribution. And all debtors to the said Estate are required to pay the amount of their Debts forthwith to me on behalf of the said Adminis- trators. Dated this 3rd day of February, 1869. THOMAS JONES, s 11 Solicitor for the said Administrators. MARGARET TARDREW, DECEASED. IN Pursuance of an Act of Parliament made and JL passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, intituled "An Act to further amend the law of property, and to relieve trustees." Notice is Hereby Given, that all Creditors, and other persons having any claims or demands upon or against the Goods or Estate of MARGARET TARDREW, late of Croft Cottage, in the County of the Borough of Carmarthen, widow, deceased, (who died on the )6th day of May, 1868) and whose will was proved in the District Registry of Her Majesty's Court of Probate, at Carmarthen, on the 21st day of January, 1869, by Thomas George, the Executor therein named, are hereby required, on or before the 10th day of March, 1869, to send in written particulars of such claims or demands to me, the undersigned William Vaughan James, (the solicitor to the Executor) at my office, Hill Lane. in the Town and County of Haverford- west, after which day the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts, claims or demands of which he shall then have had notice, and the said Executor will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so dittributed to any person of whose claims or demands he shall not then ha/e had notice. Dated this 6th day of February, 1869. WILLIAM VAUGHAN JAMES, Solicitor to the Executor. Hill Lane, Haverfordwest. s 23 THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. In the Cuunty Court of CARMARTHENSHIRE, holden at LLANDILOFAWR. IN the Matter of THOMAS COLE, late of Kencoed, JL in the parish of Llanegwad, in the County of Carmarthen, Civil Engineer, adjudged bankrupt on the 16th day of October. 1866. A Meetinst of the Creditors of this Bankrupt will be held before the Registrar, at Liandilofawr, on the 5th day of March next, at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon, for the purpose of declaring a second Dividend, and also whether any adowance shall be made to the Bankrupt. Proofs of Debts will be received, and Creditors who have not yet proved, and do not then prove, will be excluded the benefit nr the niviiløntl RICHARD GARDNOR, s 38 High Bailiff. In the County of CARMARTHENSHIRE, Holden at CARMARTHEN. IN the Matter of Henry Bona, of No. 25, Spilman- JL street, Carmarthen, in the County of the Borough of Carmarthen, Bootmaker, Bootseller, and Grocer, a Bankrupt. Whereas at a Public sitting of the Court held this day, the Court granted an order of discharge to the said Bankrupt, Notice is Hereby Given, that an Order of Discharge will be delivered to the Bankrupt after the expiration of thirty da) s from this date, unless in the meantime an appeal be entered against the Judgment of the said Court. Dated this loth day of February, 1869. RICHARD GARDNOR, s 46 High Bailiff. GRANGE OF GWYDDGRYG INCLOSURE.  EDWARD DAVID, of RADYR COURT, near I CARDIFF, in the County of Glamorgan, the Valuer acting in the matter of the Inclosure of t^e Waste Lands in the Grange of Gwyddgryg, situate in the parish of Llanfihangel-ar-Arth, in the County of Carmar- then. Hereby Give Notice, that a statement of all Claims received by me, in the matter of the said Inclosure, h, a been deposited at the Farmer's Arms Ion, Pencader, in the said Parish, for the inspection of all persons interested in the said Inclosure. And I further give Notice, that any objection to a Claim must be delivered in writing to me, and a Copy of such objection must also be delivered at the place of abode of the Claimant, or his Agent, on or before the Fifteenth day of March next. Given under my hand this 16th day of February, in the year of our Lord 1869. s 39 EDWARD DAVID. THE TIVY SIDE HUNT WEEK AND STEEPLE CHASES WILL TAKE PLACE On WEDNESDA Y, 31st MARCH, 1869. (JOHN BOULTBEE, ESQ., Stewards ? T. HARMAN BRENCHLEY, EsQ. THE WELTER STAKES. I A Sweepstakes of 4 Sovs. each, 1 forfeit (to the fund), with 40 added, for horses that bare been regularly hunted in Wales or Monmouthshire duiing the season 1868-9, and hate never won any race, in respect of which Racehorse duty was payable. Four-years-old, 11st 3lbs five years, 12st 4lbs; six years, 12st lOlbs; aged, 13st. Winners once, 71b twice, 101 b extra riders who have won a race with 100 added, 71b extra second to save bis stake. About 3 miles. THE TIVY SIDE STAKES. A Sweepstakes of 3 Sovs each, 1 forfeit (to the fund), with 30 added, for horses qualified as for the Welter Stakes Four-years-old, 9st 101b five years, 10st 111b; six years llst 31b aged, list 71b. Winners once, 71b; twice, 101b extra the winner of the Welter, 71b additional; ridrrs who have won a race with 100 added, 71b extra; second to save his stake. About 3 miles. THE PENYLAN PLATE. A Sweepstakes of 1 SOY. each, with 20 added by Morgan Jones, Esq., Master of the Tivy Side Hounds, for horses the property of Farmers or Tradesmen residing within the limits of the Tivy Side Hunt, and which has been their their property since 1st January, 1869 second to save his stake; catch weights. About 2 miles. THE FARMER'S RACE. A Sweepstakes of 1 Sov. each, with E 10 added for the winner, and £ 3 for the second, for horses the property of Farmers or Tradesmen residing within the limits of the Gogerddan, 'Vale of Ayron, Mr Powell's, or the Tivy Side Hunts, and which have been in their possession since 1st January, 1869; horses that have ever won X5, or have ever started for any Race or Steeplechase, in which the entire stake was worth Y,20, are excluded; catch weights. About 2 miles. PONY RACE. A Sweepstakes of 10s each, with X5 added for the winner and El for the second, for ponies not exceeding 14 handst qualified as in the Farmer's Race catch weights. Abou, 2 miles. NATIONAL STEEPLE CHASE RULES. All disputes to be settled by the Stewards, and their decisions to be strictly final. Three horses, the property of different persons, and out of different stables, to start for each race, or the added money will not be given. To enter for the Welter and Tivy Side Stakes in writing, on or before 15th March, to T. H. Brenchley, Esq., Glaneirw, Newcastle- Emlyn, enclosing Yi for forfeit, and naming colours, or the nomination will not be received. To enter for the Penylan Plate, Farmer's and Pony Races, and all Stakes to be paid to the Stewards, at the Lion Hotel, Cardigan, between 8 and 9 prn March 30th. The Tivy Side Hounds "ill meet on Tuesday and Thursday, and Balls will take place on each of those evenings. All enquiries to be addressed to T. H. Brenchley, Esq., as above. s 37 CARMARTHENSHIRE FARMER'S CLUB. rp HE next Quarterly Meeting of this Club will be -L held at the Cawdor's Arms, Llandilo, on Saturday, the 20th day of February, at 2 o'clock, p.m. The subject for discussion, The Taking of a Farm," will be introduced by Mr Footman. Ransoms and Sims' Swing Plough, Howards' Harrow, a Turnip Drill, a set of Draining Tools, an Iron Wheel- barrow, a Knife Rester, and six Dungforks, will be distri buted by lot. W. W. PROSSER, Hon. Sec. Alityferin, Nantgaredig, Feb. 15th, 1869. s 36 HE BURRY PORT AND GWENDRAETH VAL- LEY RAILWAY COMPANY. NOTICE is Hereby Given, that the Sixth Half-yearly I General Meeting of the Shareholders of the Burry Port and Gwendraeth^Val'ey Railway,Company, will be held at No. 80, Coleman-street, in the City of London, on Saturday, the 27th day of February, 1869, at 11 a.m. precisely. JOHN RUSSELL, Secretary. 80, Coleman-street. s 2i LLANDRINDOD WELLS, RADNORSHIRE. TWO SPACIOUS BOARDING OR LODGING HOUSES. TO be LET, from the 1st of May next, for a Term of -L 3 Years, with the option of a lease for 5 Years, Nos. 1 and 2, Norton Terrace. These newly erected Houses comprise every accoinmoda tion for Visitors to this far-famed Watering Place, and form the first pair of Houses on Norton Terrace, which will be ready for oocupation this year; they are immediately adjoining the Rock House Hotel, and fronting the New Park and Spa. No 1 consists of Kitchens, Back Kitchen, Pantry, Cellar, and 2 Servants' Apartments in the Basement. On the Ground Floor, spacious Entrance Hall, and 4 Private Rooms, each 15ft. 6:n by 14ft 6in. On the first and second Floors are 12 lofty and [spacious Bedrooms, with 2 Water- closets. There is attached to this House 800 square yards, or thereabouts, of garden ground. No 2 is similar in its larrangements, 'and"number of Rooms in Basement and ground Floor, to No.1, but has 2 extra Bedrooms, and 2 Linen Closets, and has attached to it 430 yards of garden ground. For further particulars, and to treat, apply to Mr Hurst, Llandrindod Wells, Newbridge-on-Wye, or Mr S. W. Williams, Land Agent and Surveyor, Rhayader, Radnor- shire. 8 34 ILLUSTRATED BOOKS FOR SALE.—CHEAP. THE following BOOKS, handsomely bound, are now -L for Sale at the WELSHMAN Office, Carmarthen, where they have been left for inspection by a Gentleman whe is reducing his Library .-Italy, with numerous fine steel engravings, 1 vol. The National Gallery, with beauti- ful plates, 4 vols. The Works of Burns, illustrated with steel engravings. 2 vols. Goldsmith's Animated Nature. wilh]eoloured plates (specimen copy), 2 vols. Stackhouses's History of tbel-Bible, with plates, 2 vols. The Geological Observer, 1 vol. Art Treasures, with numerous wood cuts, 1 vol. CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE OAK, ASH, SYCAMORE, ALDER, AND OTHER TREES. MR JOHN THOMAS has been favoured with in- ?JL structions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Wilk's Heid, Llandyssil, on Tuesday, the 9th cf March, 1869, all that valuable Lot of Oak, Ash, Sycamore, Alder, and other Timber, now standing and growing on the Farms of Rhydybene, Tyhen, and Cwmcerrig, in the parish of Llangeler. All those marked with a scribe are reserved. The above is distant about 2 miles from Llandyssil Station on the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway. For further particulars, and view of the Timber, apply to Mr Samuel Evans, llhydybene, or to the Auctioneer. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. Stag Cottage, Feb. 17, 1869. s 41 EXTENSIVE SALE OF OAK, ASH, AND OTHER TIMBER TREES & POLES. MR WALTER LLOYD will SELL by AUCTION, irJL on THURSDAY, the 4th day of MARCH, 1869, at the Railway Tavern, Picton Ferry, St Clears, a large quantity of Oak, Ash, and other Timber Trees and Poles, now growing on the lands of Penycoed, Blamffynone, LI vynbychan, and Llwynpiod, in the parishes of St. Clears and Llangirming, all within a very abort distance of the St Clears Station on the South Wales Railway. Particulars will appear next week. s 42 SALE OF VALUABLE AND USEFUL TIMBER TREES AND POLES. jl/TR WALTER LLOYD will SELL by AUCTION, iti. on FRIDAY, the 5th day of MARCH, 1869, at the FAitmER's Aitms. WHITLAND, 1040 Oak, Ash, E)m, Larch, and Scotch Timber Trees and Poles, no" growing on the lands of Pwllywhead, within 200 yards of the Whitland Station on the South Wales Rsilway, and are well worth the attention of Timber Merchants and others. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock p.m. Mr Wm. Lewi., Scyborwyth, will show the Timber, and for further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. s 41 CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE OAK POLES.  JOHN THOMAS will SELL by AUCTION, n at the STAG and PHEASANT, in the parish of LLANLLAWDDOG, on Tuesday, the 2nd day of Maroh, 1869, a valuable Grove of OAK POLES, extending 27a. 3r 2p., more or less, standing and growing on the Farm of Llanclynadda in the parish of Llaiillawddog. The Grove ur Timber is distant four miles from Pencader and Llan. pumpsaint Stations, on the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway, with good roads leading thereto. For further particulars, and view of the Grove, apply to the Auctioneer. Credit according to conditions to be then and there produced. Stag Cotage, Llanllawddog, February 9th. 1869. s 27 MR J. HOWELL THOMAS'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. CARMARTHEN SHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF TIMBER. MR J. HOWELL THOMAS has been favoured iTi. with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the lvybutdb Royal Hotel, Carmarthen, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, on Saturday, the 27th day of February, 1869, about 64 Acres of LARCH TIMBER of remarkably fine growth, now standing and growing on the Wenallt Estate, (near the Wenallt Residence) in the parish of Llanfihangel Abercowin, within 3 miles of tae St Clears Hallway Station, over capital roads. s 17 CARMARTHENSHIRE. SUNNY HILL, LAUGHARNE.  J. HOWELL THOMAS will SELL by AUC- 1 TION, at the above place, on Tuesday, the 23rd February, 18t19, the whole of the MODERN HOUSE- HOLD FU RNI rUt-LE, and other Effects, comprising Dining, Loo, Occasional, and other Tables, Sofas, Easy, Arm, and other Chairs, Carpets, Hearth Rugs, Fenders, Fire Irons, Iron and other Bedsteads, Chests of Drawers, Wasbstands, Dressing Tables, Toilet Glasses, Wool and other Mattresses, Bolsters, Pillows, Kitchen and Culinary re- quisites, China, Glass, and Ware, and a variety of other articles, the property of a Gentleman leaving Laugharne. Further particulars will appear in Handbills. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Three Months' Credit on Conditions. 8 32 Carmarthen, Feb. 11th, 1869. CARMARTHENSHIRE. GLANGWILLY ESTATE. IMPORTANT AND EXTENSIVE SALE OF TIMBER. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR J. HOWELL THOMAS has .bn favoured 1'- with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, about the beginning of MARCH next, a PLANTATION, adjoin- ing the Stag and Pheasant, containing 4A. 2R, or there- abouts, of well grown Larch and Spruce Timber Trees, of great girth also a Grove, called CWMLLYDAN, containing about 35 Acres of Oak Poles and Cord wood. Full particulars will be duly announced. THE MANUFACTURE OF JEWELLERY. The striking development of Fine Art productions in this branch of the industrial trades since the period of the great Exhibition is admirably exemplified in a most interesting little work just published by Mr. J. W. BENSON, who holds the appoint- ment to H RH the Prince of Wales, and H H. the Maharajah of Burdwan, of 25, Old Bond Street; 99, West- bourne Grove; and the City Steam Factory, 58 and 60, Ludgate Hill. It is profusely illustrated with the most beautiful designs of Bracelets, Brooches, Earrings, Lockets, &c., &0, in every conceivable style, and with prices attached; and thus the intending purchaser is enabled to make a selection suited to his tiste, and have it forwarded to any part of the United Kingdom, India, or Jttj Colonies The price of this most useful guide is Twopence, for which it is forwarded post free, and to any one who contemplates a purchase, either for personal wear or for a wedding, birth-day, Christmas, or other present, it will be found of the very greatest service. u 16 ¡





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