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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ychydig wythnosau yn ol. DWrBACH. CADLONG FFRENGO YN ERGYDIO AT LESTR Bay. DuENIG.-CYrhaeddodd.Y "Tyne," agerlong berttyn6l i gwmni agerlongau South Shields, i'r afon Tyne, nos lau, wythnos i'r diweddaf, gyda'r newydd fod cadlong Ffrengig wedi ergydio ati hi a'r llestr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oibellder ~pan garofyddwyrd ef. gsa ddw- 3law~llestr bysgota, y rhaita'i harwreimasanynid ol'r Ian. e Mae cogydd llestr berthynol i South Shields wedi Iei drosglwy~ido i of al awdardodaa Malta, aru amcanu .lofruddio dwylaw ei lestr trwy roddi gwenwyn yn en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nadbhe6 lawer o ofid y byddai i weithwyr Mr. Baxter. droi allan ar stike. Mae y Revising Barrister yn South Shields. newydd roddi penderfyniad pwysig wrth arehwilio rhestr yr eanwa. a bawlient.gael eu. cofrestrufel etholw, r yil y lie hwnw. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pleserlong ar yr afon Taf, ddydd Sadwern, a lladdwyd dau ddyn ar ei bwrdd. >, Mae gwaith glo yn South Shields ar dan er's dyddiau, ac yn parhau i losgi gyda nerth rnawr er pob ymdrech y i'w ddiffodd. Ba Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ;h Ci -Ceir engraifft hynod o effaith' ydwybod euog mewn . dris oddiad o lys yr heddgeidwaid yn South Shields. Li y mnddangosddd dyn h m uyhddedig o flaen y fainc, r liw~nia ddywcdai et foci amect yn ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r allfarian yn ages i dri chwarter miliwn, yn l1ai na'r un tymor y llynedd. Wrth gloddio yn nghyinydogaeth South Shields N ychydig ddyddiau yn ol deuwyd an draws hen golofn deuddeg troedfedd o uchder, darnau arian, agweddill- ion eraill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (cywnra(d'Wya tb) n a Mebefiuy flvy6d- yn ddiwedd.f, pas o.-d y Ty bendeiryrdAd ei gyfaill &nrthydeddtis yr aelod drrs South Shields, yr han a eddtganai, mor bell Eg yr oedd yu bositl, ftd yn dy- nirunol i'r tafarradai gaae en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ( (Entire Examination.) sI L Division 1.-Alfred Armer, Bethesda. i Division II.-John Owen, Beanmaris, a Bertha E. s Warner, South Shields. nIntermediate Arts. ( e Division I--Clara J. Pringle, Rhyl; William Glynne, 1, Clwtybont; Thomas Phillips, Glynderwen, a David H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awr ei bod wedi ei dyweddio i fab Canon Webb Peploe. Gwasanaetha yn bresenol fel Sister of Mercy yu South Shields.. DARLITH I'R MYFYRWYR NNWnDDION.-Caed un yn ychwaneg o'r darlithiau, a alwn ya ddarlithiau a fri, sef yr eiddo y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    \t ilts'ire arid to. Wincltewakr-rn se, Oid Broad-sireet. J Clarke, Warwiek, cojl-dqaler. Attorney, 74tr, Wortham, Castle-slnet, Hojbrrnn T. Adam;, South Shields, ship-owner, Attovuies, Messrs. Bell Brodrici. Cheapsicles i.- Hatieley, Doncater, Yorkshire, grocer, Attcrney, Mr. Mason, (lay .-mnn iSykeg, nntlier's- 1all-e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bradf rd, Wllts, linea-draper. KAttorr.ey, Mr. ?-wbon, St. Andrew.'s-hil- J. Valler, Manthester, hatter. Attorney, Mr. EINs, Chameory- C. Raffield, South Shields, ship-bvilder, Attorney Mr. ftaki- .here7 Sflon4's-u.I. ~. R.-an4dJ.Gra y, Wilen, ant J. Richard ve-yepooel4rner~h~antimi :A..itrtornies, Mesmrs. La ' . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester, mfmey-scrivenzer. I BANKRUPTS. J. Greenwell, South Shields, butcher, Feb. S, 14, March Am 5 ten, at the Golden Lion, South Sbields, Ailors!CY - .-Bambridge, South Shiel4s. - - laechestero cntton-ma Lafiacturers, (tl ifrenrtcr 7an. 30, M1, March T, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Gaskell, Wigan. M. Clay, Soutih Shields, linen-draper, May 22, 23, June 6, al eleven, at the Golden Lion, South Shields. Attornies, Messrs. Allen and liodgkinson, Newark-upon-Trent. 1. Smith, Brandon, Stitolk, wine-merchant, May 15, at foaur 16, J une 6, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bell, of South Shields, of two girls and a boy, one of whom is since dead. The mother and the remaiaing children arc doing well. MARRIAGES. OnTuceday, at St. Geprge's, Bloomsbury, Richard Burdon, Esq. of Lincoln's. Iun, to Eliza, only Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fiSshnonger. Attorney, Mr. Birkett, Cloak-lane. - T. Dixon, late of fsleLirk-hall, Cumberland, miller. Attornev, Mr: Addisot, Staple-ilinn. C. Johnson, South Shields, Dnttrham linen-draper. Attornies, Messrs. toell and Brodrick, Cheapside. M.I. Baines, Hlalifix. Yorkshire, grocer. Attorney, Mr. Strang- Irayes, Fenehurcli-street. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    votes cannot create a fiact.-Times 'I'he Courier ntewspaper has been expelled the stibscrip- tionnewrs-roorn, held at Mrs. Booth'.^, in South Shields, for its scorrilous writings against the Queen; and the Tra- vellersubstituted in its place. At lthe New England Coffee-house, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as to acent suchi a bribe,' an elthi ithrjha e, ' am~ of potage I-Th=e fsolowig hajt&bill, issue . South Shields, blesiides affrding a .r, specimen of a '^ dirty cUtry jW~e,. wi explaio ven td rfully the tempger of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. T. Newstead and J. 0. Cooke, Kingston upon-Hull, soap-manu- Bel an Soth BANKRUPTS.Mer. J.Thomrpson, South Shields, ship-owner. Attornies, Messrs. BeladBrodrick, Bow Churchi-yard. J. Froggatt, jun., Burslem, Staffordshire, druggist. Attornies, Messrs. Williams and White, Old Buildings, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duke-streetGrosvetior-square. R. Nunn, Queen-street, Cheapside, warehouseman. Attorneys, Messrs. Swain and Co. Frederick's-place, Old Jewry. M. Thompson and R. Longridge, South Shields, paint manufacturers. Attorney, Mr. Hodgson, Hatton-garden, Threadneedle-street. TaE FVNDS.-COnSOlS wear pretty nearly the same aspect as last we ek. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    such a desperate step.-What! a Mvethodist Preacher join himself to infamy and poverty ?-Ask any body in North or South Shields, except Dr. 0-l-y."-The person here alliided to was De. Oxley, whom he itnew to iae an intimate friend of Subscribers-only content

 

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