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  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, 1855-62

    yards to the westward of the Long Dyke, he went over the mud in the slide and found the report correct. It should have been deposited half a mile east of the Long Dyke. He cautioned Mitchell, who promised the

    Council Minutes, 1843-55

    Henry Morgan, alderman, elected Mayor and appointed Judge of the Court of Record. 1844 March 1. Samuel Jones, of Long Dyke, Cardiff, elected an Assessor for the South Ward. May 6. Ordered, that it be referred to the Watch Committee

    Reminiscences of old inhabitants of Cardiff

    the Rhymney river; he stuck in the mud, and was rescued with difficulty. Job's father was pushed into the Long Dyke, near the house of that name which stood about where the Splot Schools now are. The boys' attention would

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ann Harrison, Fatfield, Durham, licensed victualler-Oct. 20. J. Young, Sunderland, chemist- Oct. 26. M. Keen and T. Trobe, Silibottle, .Long Dyke Farm, and Twrell Vllage arm, Northnberlan, farmrs-Oc.15 G. adoc nd, Grea B.Wlliam, LPnashroeDck Peembrhokesh1ire3 grocers-T. McGhee and G. Mc~hee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Close 21 0 0 Seeds 10 0 0 31 0 0 KaU Stack of weU got Hay. Lot 5. Long Dyke (Feeding Land; 17 0 0 Half Stack of Hay. Lot 6. Miry Meadow 11 0 0 HaU Stack of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yards and Shedding, in the following Lote, viz. : - Lot a. k. P. a. E. P. 1. The Long Dyke, with about 7 Tow- of Hay 17 0 2 t lore in Life, with about 7 Tons of Hay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to he LET till Old Michael-iM* > iS_5, upou approved join, secuiity, as under : - a. a. r. Long Dyke _„., 17 0 2 Miry Close II 0 11 Hovel Close § 9 TJ Hill Mead*Mv , ...,. 8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    number of passengers on board, were passing that part of the river known by the appellation of the " Long Dyke," they came into contact with each other, on the starboard side. The steamer Sovereign, from the extreme violence of Subscribers-only content

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