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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynulliad mawr o bobl. Cydhwynodd yr orymdaith o dy y trancedig yn fuan wedi deuddeg o'r gloch, am gapel Stamford Hill, yr hwn oeld bron yn annioddefol, o lawn. Cv- merwyd yr arch i lawryma, a gosodwyd ef ar yr Subscribers-only content

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    .or Roberts, Skinner, Oswestry, ft Miss Sarah Jones, hyd uahaf, Bala. arCr THOMA-S-COBB.-Ar y l9eg cynfisol, yn nghapeC eal Stamford Hill, Llundain, gan y Parch. T. Waveling,; a D.. aimab y diweddar David Thomas, Ysw4' ye -0 Staniand, unig fench Subscribers-only content

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    &e. goes regularly on Mondays to Brixtin, Claphamntand lienuingion; on Tuesdays to Isliuglon, Highgale, and Hampotead; en Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of ete Town; and on Saturdays to HomBrton, Hackney, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regularly on Mondays to Brxten, Claybam, and Kennington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Highgate, and Hampstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Hackney, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regolarly on Moodays to BDis-ton, Clapham, and kennington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Hlighgate, .and Hampstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Hackney, Clapton, and'Dalsotn; Subscribers-only content

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    goes regularly on Mondays to Brixton, Clapham, snd Kennington; on Tuesdays to islington, Highgateu and Hampstead; en Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End the he Town; and on Saturdays to Hoomerton, Hackney, Clapton; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gbes regularly en Alondays to Brixton, Claphan, and Kennington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Highgate, and loampstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; an Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays tqIHomerton, Hackney, Clapton, and Dalston; Subscribers-only content

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    goes regularly on ?leqdas to Brixton, Claphain, and Kennlington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Highgate aud Ilampstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays t the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Eomerton, Hacks-ey Clapom and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regularly on Mondays to Brixton, Clephanm, and Kennington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Hlighgate, and Hampstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Hackney, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regularly on Mondays to lirixton. Clapharn, and Kenninglon; en Tuesdays to Islingtn, llighgate, and Hampstead; en Thursdays to Stamford Hill ard Edmonton; on Fridays to the W~est End of the'uwn; and on Satnidays to Hornerton, Hackneyj Clapton, and Dalston- Subscribers-only content

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    goes regularly on Mondays to Brixton, Clopham, and Kennington;, on Tuesdays to Isliogton, Highgate, and Hmnpstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homnerton, Hackitey, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c. goes regularly on Mondays iod Clapham, and Kennington; on Tuesdays to I.dington, Highgate th -,Spread; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays tc an est End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homnerton, Hackney, Clapton, ttelded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    regularly on Mondays to Brixton, Clapham, and Kenningtom5 o n Tuesdays to Ilihngtonl, Highgate, and ilamopetead; on. Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton;" en Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Racksiey, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regularly on Mondays to Brixton, Clapham, and Kennington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Higigate, and Hampstead; en Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Ednmonton ~'on Fridays to Ahe West 3nd of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Hackney, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, at the Friends' Meeting house, Tettenhan, Edward Ash, ofD Norwici, M.D. to Caroline, eldest dauglterof William Fry, of Stamford hill. DIED. A few days since, in Tavistock row, Covent garden, Mrs Wybrow, tbe otnee favourite Columbine, aged 52. She Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. of Crow Trees, Melling, to Mary, only daughter of George Ashburuer, Esq. of Holin Bank. On Monday, at Stamford hill, Mr Rothschild, som of Vir Rothschild of Vienna, to his cousin, Miss Rothschild, daughter of N. Al. Rothschild, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his faculties and -woo walking about until within a few days of hLis death. On the 18th inst at Stamford Hill, Nottinglhamshire, the Rev. Samuel Francis Dashwood. On the 10th inst. at Tottenham, Mrs Elizabeth Peters, widow of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thompson, A.M. to Georgiana, daughter of William Hobson, Esq. of Marklsold, Stamford hill. On Wednesday, the Rev. Henry Gunning, second son of the late Sir George Cunning, Bart. of Horton, Northampton, to Mary Catherine, daughter of W. R. sartwright, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Camberwell, Elizabeth, vrife of Joseph Arneuld, AtlJ.D On the 165th ns;t. 'hemas James, Esq. of Stoke Neowigton, late of Stamford hill, in his 75th year. GYMNASTIC .EXERCISES and FENCING.- PHOFESSOR VOELKER begsato inform his pupils and the public that, in" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the 30th uit. T. A. Stewart, M.D. to Harriet, youngest daughter of William Howard, Esq. of Hanger lane, Stamford Hill. DI-ED. On the 23rd ult. in Paris, in the 6tith year of his age, Francis, Earl of Newburgh.-Hie Lordship Subscribers-only content

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