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  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Further narrative, 1835-80

    town. They also appoint temporary Committees to consider the questions of the Police and of the conservancy of the River Taff. A fortnight later, the Council meet again and appoint a Finance and Property Committee, a Watch Committee, and two

    Introduction

    the Council, and carefully extracting all references which occur in such documents, books & c. in relation to the River Taff and the Corporation being the Conservators thereof. It was also further resolved that Mr. John Hobson Matthews, Solicitor, of

    Glamorgan County Records, Quarter Sessions order books, 1730-70

    called Pen y Toyn and from thence to a place called Pen y Garn And from thence to the River Taff called Rhyd y Twad In the said Parish of Pentyrch is not sufficiently repaired But that the same is

    Council Minutes, 1835-43

    Richard Tredwen, were appointed " a Committee to report on the duties of Water Bailiff and Conservation of the River Taff, particularly with reference to the necessary buoys to be placed or preserved outside the Sea Lock." 1836 Jan. 15

    The Corporation Waterworks undertaking

    town, particularly in a westerly and northerly direction. In addition, water was obtained from the Glamorganshire Canal and the River Taff. The opening of the West Bute Dock in 1839 and the construction of the Taff Vale Railway to supply

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Closes of ACCOMMODATION LAND, situate botseenu the Glemorganshlire Canal aiud the River Taff, hounded. 6tu tue south Ity a, good moail, on the wo-t by the River Taff, and on the. north-west by pact of Lot 8, auid containing 20 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    togotdi~rabouti e ~ prus7i20an he ACRES, l, rsio'tin may chiceBuilding Sites, very advantagoenomly and a bcaultifuldy mituoto on tim River Taff, inica the Cathedral City of g Lioudaff. about three miles from Cardiff, bounded and later. El motygordasdwtiacovnet disianceofsa severat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Itbetweenrthlb Gbaaasrgatsahirs, Cantal onti the Ricer Pati', hatmidel eta the south Ity a gunit-roati, as the west by a-is River Taff, soid onl th'e DV nortitwest by tart of LotS8, attad crntaitt lagse 20 ACRE~S, or sthereabustttev LOT 10.-A Clone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    investigations by the Cardiff and Pontypridd police concerning the miss- ing cabman Thayers have again been without result. The River Taff has been dragged for miles, but no clue can be found. TIUE EARL OF STAIMFORD.-Tbe following bulletin rc- speetisg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CA5MIAN.-A Pontypridd correspondent telegraphlis that thc hedlge of Thayer, the missieg Cardiff i cebman, has been found in the River Taff, neaer Ponty- I pridd. lhe circutnstecees attending Thayer's disap- peaerace still remain a neystery. SIR CHALRLES DTLICE-Sir C. Dile Subscribers-only content

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