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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Parch. James Cailey, yr hwn a fu am bum' 3 mlynedd yn weinidog yr eglwys gynull6idfaol yn I Broughty Ferry, wedi rhoddi i fyny ei fugeiliaetb. Ge- I syd allan paham y gwnaeth hyny, mewu ltythyr at eiI gynulleidfa, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gyntaf o'r chweched gyfres o'r Cunningham Lectures, yn y Free Assembly Hall, Fdinbuxgh, gan y Parch. Alexander Bruce, Broughty Ferry. Ei bwnc ydoedd Ymddarostyngiad Crist yn ei wahanol agweddau 'i berthynasau. Y mae llythyr bugeiliol y Pab at ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tyrir ymnysg y goreuon o'i holl weithian hyd ddiwedd ei oes. 0 1863 hyd 1875 bu yn veinidog yn Broughty Ferry, ac ar derfyn y tymor yma penod- wyd ef yn athraw yn ngholeg yr Eglwys Rydd yn Glasgow. Ymysg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    builder-W. Sims, St Ives and Pen- satire, Cornwall, grocer anid baker. SCOTCH SfQCESTRATIONS. A. Watson, Lynlisb, Moraysbire, farmer-D. Martin, Broughty Ferry, fish dealer-W. Scott, Comerton, Fifesbire (deceased). BIRTHS. On tse 11th inst. at Meiningen, her Serene Highoess the Duchees ot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evergreens and flags, and alive with 5 lalf-past three o'clockc on Wednesday morning, the al squadron was signalled from Broughty Ferry. It supposed that her Majesty might land at once. Theauthoritieswarnedbythe fate of the Edinburgh gistratesfi had made every preparation Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Broughty Castle, Forfarshire., 1822

    Broughty Castle, Forfarshire. [castle/fort] View of the ruins of Broughty Castle on a bank at left, with round tower in front of a high facade with three windows at top; figures walking, conversing and fishing in foreground; ships and


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