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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    di- eithr hyny, ar eu dyfodiad i'n tref. i Cyfarwyddwoh eich llythyrau fel y canlyn:- i Mr. B. Brunt, Town Hill, Wrexham. L , Yr eiddoch, &c., L Dros fy mrodyr, EDWARD FAnics. Abbot Street, Wrexham, thwef. 28, 1870. BANGOR. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    le ar y l9eg o Hydref. Yr oedd Mrs. Evans yn ferch . Ilnaf y diweddar Barch. William Edwards, Town Hill, 0or dref hon. Gellir yn briodol ddywedyd am Mrs Evans, yn ei chysylltiad a'i rhieni crefyddol, ei hod wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r ferch olaf yn fyw, o saith o blant, i'r diweddar Barch. W. Ed- wards, ac Elizabeth ei briod, Town Hill, o'r dref hon. Oddeutu saith mis yn ol yr ymunodd y ddau yn yr ystad briodasol. Ymddangosodd arwyddion o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King street, Gwrecsam ; Mr. Ilewelyn Cad- h waladr, Gwrecsam; Mi. R. T. Davies, 6, Town Hill, a G-wrecsam; Mr. W. Jones, Town Hill, Gwrecsam; Y Mrs. Jones, Berlin a London House, Hhos; Mrs. i. n P. Jones, Hill street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Was, ' LOVE JONES-PARRY. Madryn, Ionaws 24, 1874. WANTED. JUNIOR Assistant to the Ironmongery business2 A 1. Powell, 6, Town Hill, Wrexham. WANTED.. * HEAD MASTTER for the Boyis British School, A.. Carnarvon, by the end of- March.-Applications and Testimonials Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ledr, am brisiau bynod o isel. I WANTED. AJUNIOR Assistant to the Ironmongery business, p A E. Powell, 6, Town Hill, Wrexham. U yn WANTED. trv A HEAD MASTER for the Boys' British School, we A Carnarron, by the end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Percha, neu ledr, am brisia _ hynod d isel. WANTED. AJUNIOR Assistant to the Ironmongery business. E. Powell, 6, Town Hill, Wrexham. WANTED. c READ MASTER for the Boys' British School, A Carnarvon, by the end of March.-Applications and Testimonials Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    digonol o f rwdfrydedd a zel o blaid helaethiad terfynan y Cyfundeb. N. B.-Teitbiau Abertawe ydynt, 1 Trinity a Town Hill; 2 Crug-g]aa; 3,Argyle."A'r nifer oeisteddleoedd syd ynddynt ydyntfel y canlyn: -Trinity, 1000; Crug-glas, 700; Argyle, 800. Wrth gwrs, y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Coffadwriaeth am y diweddar Bareh D Roberts, D.D (Dewi Ogwen)." Am gyf- ieithu dyfarnwyd y gwobran i Mr Hughes, Town Hill. Y corau'buddugol oeddynt cor plant capel y Bedyddwvr, Rhosddu, dan arweiniad Mr J W Davies. Queen St, a chor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the daughter of D. O'Connell, Esq. He married, in 1839, the daughter and heir of Arthur Bailey, Esq., of Town Hill, Hampshire, and secondly, in 1844, the second daughter of the late Admiral Lord Henry Paulet, and granddaughter of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rp3017"" Atlheigit Gentleman, diningion n irhhourod Five. Waje preferred.-Addrero. statingtosD 4Dal Pset, c910 osjc 3.]. ,&. Easy (reospectable), near Town Hill, to Let.-Apply. 23, APARTAMFNTS.-Bed and Sitting Room to Let. Pence made. A rate.-161, GranvjilleStreet, Bath Row. cO~l APARTMENTS (superior) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7, New Street. black -- L satin Parasol, tri rimmed with lace.-Apply alove aaddress. cS488 table T OST, between Town Hill and Ncw Street Station, on Thumsday mL evenisn last, a Honiton Lace Cap, with water.liiy atteched.- O Appl, Mrs.Watsoo, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSED. ,&UTVN, 188t2. CHAIIBERLAIN, KING, & JoNBS, I vt.fonlthe demand tor Moderate.priced FURKITIUT I SPECIAL DRAWING ROOM SUITES, oniseds Wanunt, or Rosewood Fremes, richly upholtroied In inik ",OdWol, etrieas. and Plush Borden, 6sil AT 20, 25, AND 0 GUXI8AS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tevuntgr preferred-Apply, with cliciroter frocc lost ' s'0-staincnd 'w age resird (livs in or 'buat), W5 'R. Willituneoon, syof Town Hill Wraxia.:1 ' 6"' 72 W ,9 ~XANT=llY a ropgoetable yocnni Pereocs, to Spr'rs ins a Baker' aind. W Oprifentioner'a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tll loved ones, where calm and peace and happiness reign for as leever. ans ic Yesterday morning at the Town Hill, Leamninglen, Mr. ot s* Sidney Flavol, juln. 4tIayor), onl talkinsg his seat on the if 1.bench, said : I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    718 - 'DIAIIGHM COSP LTEMIPERANCE MISSION. lby tha Rev. J. H. MASLANf, M.A,. Vicar of Bt Matthias', lie thi Town Hill. Chitll to he talien isy the Rev. G. SAIMUEL. of Christ Church, Six Ivalys, at 3 o'clock. THE B3LUE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    There were a number th I. of Overseers' objections. I 1o T'wEwjeiofslsrYY-Sir William Millmsn, Bart,, attended -r- at the Town Hill, yesterday, for the purpose of revising of .it the voters' lists for the borough and county. For tho at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plr Fortme of Appliciatian. and listorisittioin 1 reelect to Stark, ettay hre obtained troin J. 31. P'ACE, City Tretsitret, Town Hill. 451 _____ HILL NIOTU~M. Tine Clerk. 7,Leci' ASSURtANCE ANDB-M ANITIES. FiFE ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND. LN. IPe-tismaid 1851.1 The Right Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OOa teriwyation to meet him. vc Arnine o'clock the l'rosid rt, accomipanied by his Si s~uite, drove to the 'Town Hill, .vhere hie held a jm reccm~ton. Thie seniior curate of the town, who was 1t present, expressed the wi,ýhcs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Eight Hence Bill. Last night 'Mr. flirt-eli addressed meetinigs at Kelty and Lassodee, and Provost Donald at Town Hill and PossNýrs TO THEA~tIE-GNmA-h Attorney- IGeneral (Sir Richard Webster) was last night enter- tainied by the City Carltou Club Subscribers-only content

 

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