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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (EyfarfOgn woolt if. I AMSER CYMDEITHASFAOEDD A CHYFARFODYDD MISOL, Cjndeitkasf~dd. Llanrbaiadr-yn-Mochlant, Bbrill 9, 10, 11. Whitland, Mai 7, 8, 9. Cyfarfodydd M-isoL. Aberteifi, Deheu, Aberporth, Chwefror 6, 6. Arlon, Talysarn, Chwefror 11, 12. Aberteifi, Gogledd, Rehoboth, Taliesyn, Chwef, 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODION O'R BRIFDDINAS. I (ODDIWIYH BIN GOHEIYDD WEILLDUOL.) Oyfarfodydd Te. Y Mae oyfarf 0,ydd te y dyddisu byn mor gyflfredin a chawrodydd Ta mis Ebrill, a rhyfedd y rhedeg a'r a cyrchu sydd iddynt. Nid ryw hawdd iawn yw Subscribers-only content

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    NODION O'R BRIEDDINAS. (ODDIWRTH7 EITNT GOHEBYDD 27^EILLDUO0L).! CANGEN GYMliKIG Y LONDON CITY MISSION. Nos Fercher, wythnos i'r diweddaf, vn 165 Alders- gate Street, cynhaliwyd evfartod hivurld-ol cangen Gymreig y London City Mission. Y Gwir Anrhyp- eddus G. Oeborne Mergar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODION O'R BRIFDDINAS - (Odddiamrrt em Godiebydd Ne Neltl&0) log 1an [CYFARBFOD BLYDDOL Y FAEIB GYMDEITHAS- ,a DR. DICKENS L1Dwis An EI YMiWLIJAD A'B ai AmEiICA-Y PARCH. T. CHARLES EDWARDS A iou PHRAWFION o DDWYBOLDEB Y BEIBL-.CBOESAWU yb. Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. , B~~~lOWV-erReraT. Tluesday, TV. .TehYsen, late a letter-carrier, and 0. Jalzson his brother, were re-examined, for stealing ropwards of lOOQ1. from letters. The latter sWas told that lhe was discharged, and was free to give evidence. After ihis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d, Cb lllC;il -hnile. 1. Gliis,, Potier-'n, Wiltshlire , ictunie:ll. Aitoriiei, M'esr-, Price iild Wi blinzs, Lincol'c s lin. T..13eirtel's, Alders fatte-street, Ivitie-mere hanlt. AtIornley, M~r. Iliibheiciv, i .istin-fmiars. . .1. IPebbuck, tErm.ford, Wilis6lirie, clothier. Altorn:4ies, Dd.esilF, I Ltalbert, Taylor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUESDAY'S LOh'T9Ni GAZETTE. Thkis Gazette colntains an accotInt of the capture of the French privateer 3a Fortune, of 1i guns,. and 5S mcii, by the Beagle, Crpt. Newcomobe. BANIKRUPTS, A. HIodsoll, Sseerisr, lio'ebs-dai),per, Feb. 25. M-arch 4, April 4, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - CITY.' I On Wednesdlay -a Conrt. of Common Conuril vwas held at cifildhall, to take into further consideratitn the repiort from the Improvemtent Committee, relative In an applicatot, to parliament for making a newe streetra fnsr Cheapside to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZErrE. Tssesdcqj, Jul4 9. .ANXRUPTCIES ENLARGED. 3. Cppard, sen. Mitliam, drUg-grinder, from July16, toJuly 27. J. Hirs:t Greave, Yorkshire, merchalit from July 16 to Aug. 12. - iN5P.UPTS. S. Twamley, Aston-road, near Birminghamn, miller. Solicitor, . Mr. Wheeler, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUFFOLK COUNTY MEETING. -'Id.. i The freelrolders of time County of Suffolk assembled on FridaY a 'f lmarket, to) crllsider of a Petition to tile House of Commuonst pray - ' Re for in that H-onouralble Horise. Tire Higl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. Gaxr.-Tliis accomplisied poet is buried in ile clhurCh i of Sti'o Poeis, in Buckinghainshire, the scene oF his celebrated e 1liv inl a Colmiitry-elihuch-N'ard.' It adjoi s Stoke Park. The Ailirch is . aplaia rustic edifice, ofnoeie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "t At a Puritanical Meetitg-the Advertisers beg pardon-a Prison Diescipline blsetingd-Ea r Grosvenor said," &.re &.; and Dedicated to the Alders of the Vagrant Act,"-" BY and with the Advice tf the Lords Spiritual," &c. &c. Exodus ii. S. "aThen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flR Hi0PKINSS fECTJRES on hIDWIFERY aT TIJRdES of 'WIR aT d C RILD ,-ENt.ill commenc at the THEATRE of ANATOMY and MEDICINE, Webb street, Maze PondSurgonogh, on TUESDAY, October 2, at Four, p'tlotk, p. mi. and be couionued on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY NOTICES. A Manual of Comparative Anatomy, translated from the German oJ J.E.BLUMENBACHI, with additional Notes, byWILLIA& LAWF.ENCE, Eeq. F.R.S. E-c. Second .Edition, revised and au-gmentedby WaILtAM Couisox, Demonstrator of Anatonql at the -M'edical School, Alders- gate street, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moving for a copy of Colonel Cockburn's 5Dsport to the Colonial Department on the subject of emigration, and of the Alders issued in consequence by that Department on the 5th of January a , addressed the House at considerable lengths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14W. I w L 3 i i i pir UltFIr i;ajed, qi4ti hjil jrad bqen tiele P; t1i ca, p dg~donxjdas,, Maty. Dr~apeqh Owe mpc~bp rof 40Pe Q441rrL, lt b e PIa pAqj~ aisoi Mr Tlbouras Lee,, all oaaprs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. PRODUCE MARKETS. COTTON WOOL -The East India Company's -sale, on Friday, was wvell at- tended, and the whole of the Cottons brought forward sold at steady prices. SUGAus.-There has been a fair deal of business done in British Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Hodgkin, M.D., Physician to Guy's Hospital. Charles James Fox, M.D., 23 Billiter square. R. Rowley, M.D., Physician to the Alders, te-street Dispensary. H. Campbell, M.D., Queen street, Cheapside. Amos Middleton, Senior Physician to the Leamington General Hospital. Charles London, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G A M E CE RT IF ICA T E S, 1835. G COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. GAME DUTY.-145T 1. ' LIST of PERSONS who have obtained GENERAL GAME CERTIFICATES (D), at Three Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Sixpence each, made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fOLD ICRUSTED .MASDEU.-Tt is now flve a_ An since the Proprietors of the GRAY'S INN WINE ESTA- BLISHMEN ' commenced their operations on this Wine, and it will be remembered that two years ago they introduced it torthe public Subscribers-only content

 

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