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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PESWR DARGAN FYDDIAID DIWED D A R AF. DAVIES PTATE'n-uX p¢EDDYGINIAETH, anffaeledig at BESWCH, ANWYD, CRCYGI, DIFFYG ANADL, a'r boll a eran La Perthynol i's Frea&'T tGwddf, A'r wYrgyfaiflt. .2I maeDAI PATNT COUGH IXTUREYn ddarpariaetholl newydd g fel darganfyddiad Subscribers-only content

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    ..GUENEDI*EAXTHA llvA .-'rhfy 8fed, pried Mr Ellis Evans, Skiu- esa AVUZ, Dol~slau, arfhrek '. , AR^E VOLAHTHAUX, WLrLLAMs.-Ar y -L7eg cyfOol, yn ddisymwtb Ur J ha Wjiaiia. Turner, Idris Terrace, Dolgelav. The Loanf & ~ly 2rmes says: "We recently Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reduce me to the necessily of p-yoving that I-hsve sonmetimes reacon on my aide far dissenting from him.-Rousss u: Leiters Asta the Allountains.. - . ; Johnl Felton, who stabbed the Duke uf BUCkI-ohtemn, Minister, ofCharies ite First, wherei otiid'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r Under the Management of MISS HERBERT. On Monday and during the week, LADY AUDLEY'S SErET i.Meln whic Mrs HelRogertsil Asta Eiher oRIginAl osrt, rtedsa by otbMessrs FrnPathw. Befodg. Charles, E rsline, ausg lto~n;MisEes Macinn and Juft.-To con- clud wit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bre cit wesiterly direction Welnw. Motzovo aiid Kalarytes to the se, le, Tiver Auta, and thence to the Gulf of Asta. PIT no B. C. C,," Stourbridge.-The freehold property", se to dit )U% thle eldest eon of tke eldest brother. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Spain, March 1532, 1-31, 01 March 1532-31 March 1532

    ambassador went on to talk about Monsieur de Savoye (Carlo), whom he strongly blamed for having accepted the county of Asta (Asti), which (he said) the King, his master, could not suffer to be in other hands than his own,

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