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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a llawer iawn o siar. 1 adwyr cyhoeddus, wedi syrthio i ystad y gellir gyda r phriodoldeb eu gaiw yn Babel, oblegid ynddynt a chan. ddynt y cymysgir yr ieithoedd. Gallem feddwl fod y GOLEUAD am gyfodi yn ddiwygiwr ymhlith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iwan, Bangor."-Llythyr maith a diamcan ar ddiffygion addysg Cynfr. "U- am a Gyfawnder."-,lythyrwedi d gyfeirio at " BwYll- gor Cyfarfod Llenyddol Behoboth, Treffynnon,' o berthynas sBylw Dr. Danies (y beiriad) ar y cyleithiadan. Y.- ddenvgys fod y Dr. wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nac yn o] a anffaeledig, os na bydd y Pab ynddo yn melldithio n I pawb a wrthodo ymostwng. Dyma Babel fawr, yn y sicr anffaeledig i chwi! A thra y bydd y Jesuitiald n I yn dyfod i benderfyniad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddefnyddiau Ilosgadwy yn eu porthi, fel ce t gyda'r mwg a'r tan, dwfr ae ager, yr oedd yn rbyw P, Babel o gymysgfa. Llwyddwyd i ddiffodd y fflamau, cyn iddynt wneyd niwed mawr i ystafell y cysodi, ond diac, Ce Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awdur.E dod ddiamheuol yn sicrhau mai un o'u cyn- N dadan hwy a gyfranodd fwyaf tuag at adeiladu 5 T'r Babel, ac y mae cryn sicrwydd fod yr . Indiaid Cymreig yn fuan ar ol glanio vn y a Gorllewin Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    extent not yet to be comprehended by the mis-educated and mis-placed minds of this now worn-out system of error, deception, Babel confusion and counteractions, is, far beyond all comparison, the greatest and most valuable discovery made since man was created, Subscribers-only content

    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    fomented and encouraged,- man is opposed to man, by a confusion of contending interests, most injurious to all, creating a Babel state of society, destructive of the well-being, well-doing, and happiness of all. The answer, if honest, will be- " Subscribers-only content

    Irish nationalism: its origin, growth and destiny., 1887

    all times the character of their great precursor and prototype, the " mighty hunter, the beginning of whose kingdom was Babel . " " Of proud ambitious heart; who, not content With fair equality, fraternal state, Would arrogate dominion undeserved Subscribers-only content

    Stray leaves from the supposed diary of William Ewart Gladstone., 1884

    mankind all branches of knowledge save the one that is essential, you would only be building up a Towei of Babel , which, when you had completed it, would be the moie signal in its fall, and which would bury Subscribers-only content

    Grins and groans, social and political., 1882

    sprinkling of trading swells Whose latest fashions deck the leafy dells In sweet variety; An Eden where,-whilst Adam toils in Babel ,- Eve nourishes the little Cain or Abel, Dresses and " does " Society. No serpent here-no youthful " Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Warndon

    Althreton in the middle to the Oldbury , from thence to Impanleg, from there to Thornley . From there to Babel 's Hill and from that hill to the broad slough in Kilmer's mere. From the slough to Smite and

    Parishes Elsfield

    not only ponds and cascades, but scale-models of a triumphal arch, a pyramid, a Druid temple, and the tower of Babel . He built a stable in imitation of 'a Norman religious structure', and his successor moved a cross 'from

    Townships Billington

    Robert de Cunteclyve, John son of Matilda , Ralph de Billington and Richard son of Henry holding of him, Henry Babel and Geoffrey de Braydel holding of him, John de Billington and Richard son of Edith holding of him. The


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