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  • * British History Online *

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    Custom House Records, Introduction

    surprising; the Revenue Officers were almost powerless against them. A desperado of the name of Knight fortified himself on Barry Island and defied the authorities for a considerable time. A few words must here be said as to the Book

    Custom House Records, Letter Book, 1732-42

    r 1790. 1791. Cardiff Castle , Cardiff, Joh n Westley. Blessing , Cardiff, James Francis. The desperate "Ruffins" at Barry Island had a vessel on purpose for smuggling, and the name "John, of Combe," was painted on her stern. The

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1738-64

    given; and that the deceased was then shot by a person unknown. William Thomas was drowned while riding from Barry Island across to Cadoxton. 1760. Two persons were drowned in crossing the Taff at Llynfraith, Whitchurch, in a boat. A

    Margam Abbey muniments, Select documents to 1568

    liberties, franchises and privileges as of fee and right. The Earl then cites the Crown grant of 1547, of Barry Island to himself, and the Crown grant to him of Cardiff Castle and the rest of the said lordships and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boneddwr earedig y 'cheque' iiddc ama £5 i dalu amn dano yr un dydd. Gosodir hwnw i fyny yp Barry Island lie y cyehwynir Ysgol Sabbu3'hol rhag blaoi. GOvna hwxn yr unfed ar ddeg o aehosion sydd wedi neu ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AOORIAVYD PtUMiP 0 HALLS NEWVYDDION iyn v chve' mnis diweddaf. Tnir yn 1Nghaerdydd, n Ull yn Newport. on yn Barry Island. Agorwvyd CrWys Hall vn mis Mlehefin, yr hon sydd. yn neu- i add, neu gopel bardd helaeth i gynal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and situate nearlyen the toil fi gentle emndnenco Pjonlog down towards the sea, and with a southon aspect overlooking Barry Island and the Bristol Channel. whicbh within a Zjarter of a mile from the boundary of the Property. The HIcomprises, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contest. A bill will be promoted in Pmmrliament next session for the constraction of a railw'sy froni Cardiff to Barry Island, by way of Penmrth, Lavermielo, and Sully. THE COLEFORD _COLLIERY EXPLOSION. The six men injured by the explosion of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to construct what will be the largest gravitig-dock ill tile world. Five acres of land have been acquired at Barry Island, a few miles from Cardiff-Barry being the site ;f the great dock, which is being made in opposition to Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Fourth autumn exhibition, 1886., 1886

    the Poor. Andrew Black 75 o 632 A Summer Noon T. Sidney Cooper , R.A.600 o 633 Near Barry Island Richard Short 15 15 634 The Last Morsel H. Hardey Simpson . 10 o 635 The Rivals C.E.Halle 200 o Subscribers-only content

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