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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wr ieuanc o aln a dysgeidiseth. Boddodd un: Jamna Jones, cartman, 80 oed, drwy ddymchweliad cwch vn Pier 54, North River, New York, yr wythnos dd' seddaf. Ar yr 2il cynfisol, y Swydd Jackson, Ohio, boddodd Cymro o'r enw Sam Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Weehawk, and then pro- ceeded to the beach, Abot a mile above Weehawk, ork the iargin of the North River. Here the ground was marked out, and the principals placed ten paces apart, face to face, and the word Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been sent to ar- restfiisi, lie was traced to Jordan, in this State, whither he had gone by tle North River route; and, being taken on civil process, he gave up the most of the onney, and coliboullicalcd information which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    replied, that it mas aci-| dentally set on fire by themselves. 'They then svent to Grand BtruIl and the North River, but swere not sue. cessful in either place in raising troops, and they tire tnow suipposed to be skulkingahout Subscribers-only content

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    state of New Jersey. A dreadful conflagration took place on the night of the 8th at Hudson, on the North River, between New York and Albany. Nearlv a hundred houses and stores wet e destroyed: loss 200,000 dollars. The flames Subscribers-only content

 

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