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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y MEDDYUINIAETH HYNOTAF YR OES BRESENOL YW * .y7ssten.Awl GU proll yn eif ihiol j symoil Y doeniml a ganlyflw-v Acha DIFFYGTRRULIAD All GANLYNIADAU-Sef pa-n enryctomog, ,gwyntogrwydd, 'rynsderanarferol ar albwyta, gWeelder cynibwyddiffv ~r thst, tlasnnizasmmsolyny gesanu Yw ye y ny Subscribers-only content

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    Cyfarfod Jone Misol hwn yi:Bethanii Corris, Awst 1, 2. Llywydd y nn aj Parch. Elias Jones, Talsarnau. 1- Treuliwyd. yr-awr Acha gyntaf mewn ymdrafodaeth ar ny mater penodedig Gwei "Perchwdh bawb." Agorwy~dry~ate, gan-y Pareh D .Ond Jones,'Garegddu. Dgngasidfd y mater Subscribers-only content

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    LITERARY. CREED AND HERESIES OF EARLY CHRIS- TIANITY. Heresy and Christian Doctrine. By E. de Pressensi, D.D. Trans- lated by Annie Harwood. Hodder & Stoughton. The Orations of St. Athanasius against the Arians, according to the Benedictine Texrt. With Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. TIHE VERY REVEREND ARTHUR PENTRHYN STANLEY, D.D., LL.D., DEAN OF WEST- MINSTER. LIFE. T-%ORN i8g5. B Educated at Rugby under Dr. ArnoId. 1834. Scholarship, Balliol College, Oxford. 1837. Newdigate Prize, Ireland Scholarship. First Class in Classics. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pisttict "Raos. SMETH WICK. CIIARGE oF ASSAULTING A COUNTY COURT BAILIPO -At tle Publiec Office, West Bromwich, on Saturday last, before Lord Cal. thorpe and A. Kenrick and J. N. Bagnall, Esqrs., ir. Thomas Spiers, carpenter, Salmethwick, was charged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Paz, was to pronounce against him in that city, Acha being absent at Osum. Babz.a and several other officers, oln demand of the people, had. previously been dismissed by President Acha on account of their complicity in the 1 inez Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 1 At MI N1 HA G Di LIBRItARY, B1 UNIONV STRET2. Anntnal ubeicrtitlou (I Irliug 'howi rIoonm arid TivO SEte of Books at oetiae) ..L..o.). . .......... . I 1.b Quamteoly Subocriptio3, ditto ditto . . o Reealdto Subscribers-only content

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    of DIr' Pro leaned andvaluable essayr ChLV~ aucer with special ron "Early AlCa we Queference to 5' ,' Qu~~~~~~~esno Elinabetho's Acha. of P~rocedenice edited by Dir, punvl by ir. IV, DL -, xnv theek prOfd'rsst onres thoeH eacly Italian Othe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %Parthes asrsvring Adv rflr,'Wenta ISa the DAILY POaST, are requested to attend to the following expilanations:- Addrees rnpital letter end numbey) at the Office, me~as that appli- catbinn nune be made by LfL-rxsu oNLy, post free, and In no Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arsmlslni-lpe ecrtNo ohargewhateverIsinuourruid JOSEPH (I4I{e1NWAY. PROPERTY AGEINT, i - 12, (74 N.YOY SFTPETM BIfRMlING11.4 If, 82 ROCEfN~lr TtNAi, AS, BLIN.ONSPITCUTIONE, Acha -Bead;Iot i' peiantcSiieares. ossnlranearie lyo ams f to canitthur d alsle- - lneil itaP 111111 miriivyl ul astu imrile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MINISTRY AND THE EASTERN QUESTION. IIMPORTANT OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENOE. Correspondence respectiug the affairs of Turkey was issued from the Foreign Office lest night. Earl Granville, writing to Sir A. H. Layard, on April 3o, says :-In my interview withitheTurkish Subscribers-only content

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    " WANTBD " CLASS of ADVE1BTIEM-ENTS. ror coscur inetin ot till aji;0 of smnall Advertisement llt~ioiei5rlsoa below tlso following -rs th ,eot charges 16 Words, Olico ..... 6d. I 17 toS j2eiorila One ,10..... is. 3d. Dlitto, Thrcalroeriious. . Subscribers-only content

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    2s ,T0.Enl'JI- !V. IOLIVER, Enneetrany. IIC-B BIRMIINTGRAM AND) GENERAL LOAN AND TLDEPOSIT CO)MPANY, E'STA310A3IDI) 114,- Annl Registeredulnuder the Joiitst~otck Cosmpanios Acha Cunni'r Orison:.:- 5, CHI3.PY STPEEif 'BIRINGfIHAM LOANS OF £20. AND UPWARDS, Pelnayibic by ernoy lontalments, promptly adnancrri, at S Subscribers-only content

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    7 ~ ; ditto, 6% Bob). Sltack, I11764/ a (i IlHarrison. Darbo~r, ted Co.. 4%,' ; 11i sit ittors, 11/4, Acha liotchikiss Ordonane, 16'¼/o. 'A,, '5A1; d]itto, 7% Prof.', 1411/4, 11, %~'o; ditto, 5%1 )ort. Ib-ls., 100.e,, ; Iodic-rubbor, Citiia-ztcrclta. Subscribers-only content

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    - - 38 Mm~rosc Wsama4Pa rx.-oroty Fox lmause Oa~w~dhxrko~ WS3~ LL-oie 2.0,-Tir . Fie furloom n P.rf13sy.Fv ulns alO 7 Acha 2Dnalts P Rang o Dsamsda ar St lb-s- Qlyuebec. .w 910 ViLan...Morgan 38 96 Verebm .4Iosityl.. ., Gge ..37 Subscribers-only content

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    THE CO S FETES. * fMOWe, TW degsressss - ;WsanzaroN, October 10.-President Harrison -asrequested Vice-President Mortont so cb in hbis I stead durine the Columbusn ceebrations in New . York. Mr. Harrison will go to New1-York if his w*ife's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. meein a ~0~R2ACING NOTES. Avery tame wind-up to the present week's racing will be the meetig atWindoes-morrow, as the arrival list is meagre, e.nd there does not appear to be many horses under orders to competeJ in Subscribers-only content

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    I 0 SPORTING NEWS. I RACING NOTES. Weather of the most glorious description favoured visitors to Hurst Park to-day, and nevrr before was there seen such a crowd at the place. As regards the I racing, that -was purely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. ,,ri:.- of te Daeil/ Po.-Sir,-Thongh i : arniviY lihas been imported into the lt * *ir srort since the break-up o3 the frost, h ace still looking forward with the a i.-A ',-,,;easrI to the resumption of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bell Medicol Aunpendage to the Troilet they ever met wi h for rec'luiting the dec ayed Spirts, diflipacing tht I-land Acha faint- a nefa and Ianogou i reating a pleafirn~ Vivacity, chafing sway Melancholy,'ifrd giving Comfort and strenrgLh to tlie Subscribers-only content

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