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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Bethlehemk, Traorkey, o dan {g lywyddiaetb y boneddwvr icuano tra adnabyddus i~laver o'ch sdarilenwyr, set Ruse. H. Davies, Ynw., Baglan ol House,; Pentre, cynhaliwrvd un o'r oynghorddau gareu Iya gafwy4 o'r dechreu. Cdwryd Un naial drachefa, nee Ld Iau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r meaohed yn lie y nzamau. Bvdded yr Arglwydd In nodded i Mrs. Evans &'r plant In en tr3llO3.-David James, .Baglan. EBBW VALE. Noe Iau diweddaf, Ebrill 30ain, cynhaliwyd eyfarfod yma~awol y Parch. B. Lewis; yr hwn sydd yn myned Subscribers-only content

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    and gorfa arnom ei gohirio hyd nos Sadwrn yr 8fed cjfisol- Cyfarfyddodd yr ysgolion canlynol yn Bethel, sef Ysgol Bethel, Baglan, Graig, a'r Giant's Gravre Llywydd, y Parch. Llewelyn Llewelyn. Deohreuwyd y oyfarfod gan Mr. B. T. 'ones (Coleg Trefeoca), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frodyr svdd wedi myned i orpliwys oddiwrth esa Ilafur, Mri. David Bowen (Cynwyd), ac Abraham Wil- liams, Maesteg, Thomas James, Baglan, Briton Ferry, &c. Cerddodd ef a brodyr eraill lawer i'r Cyfarfodydd Danfisol i'r Maesteg, erbyn 8 o'r gloch, boreu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn addurn iddi hyl ei fedd. Cyn sytnad yr acbos Metbadistaidd i Brito ] Ferrp, yeugynuflai yr egilwys yn Siloh, Baglan, ac ymnf g~ysylitodi ei rienwi a',- achos yna. Mynychai ynt~a i Siloh, athrwy hyny cafodd fantais i wrandlo lliaws Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Jar as regards J. winspear-J. Ricniards. jnn. and E. H. Bramah, New Brid.e treet, attornies-C. Stranee and R. Parsons, Baglan, cool owwer.-H. ard4 C. Gold, Higb street, Soathwark, tea dea'ero-R. G. ant W. N. Coombes, Poplar, plumbers-W. J. Buchanan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thet 1 oarr fec betteriiig tire Cooditioa of Seannen,' &-c.-On tire 24th nit, at Swansea. Gridich. Lleweeliyn, Esq , of Baglan hall, toarrgnhre r Mildeliun Georirgna, eldest daugirtor of Pasoeso StLoiter Greirifal, Enq., of Mfaelteg lliuiSi', ireir S ,vanscat-Oa thre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made some observation upon the appearance of tie French wine. to the risht of the Enl-ish. ' Yes." said Lord Baglan. glancing at his empty sleeve, 'IF, aice owed me an arm-and she has paid me."-Just aa the battle (Alma) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    knowledge. The Invasion of the Crimea: its Origin, and an Account of its Progress down to the Death of Lord Baglan. By Alexander William Xinglake. Yols. I and II. William Blackwood and Sons. Here are the first two volumes of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Serpent. %tElrNaLr, (at 11).-Thursday, November 27, Tredlesttef Hall; b8 Saturday, 29, Hartshorne Village. n, lcoSNMouTSHIRsnE (at 11).-Thursday, November 27, Baglan Saturday, 29, Trewin lPnndv. n Quon-, (at 113.-Saturday, November 29, Coates Tol lar. EADNoRsurnsF Asn Wisr HmiEnoutslsscit (at 10.30).-Fri. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Poitman's personal estate was £244,092. ; that of Lord Newborough, £240,298. ; and that of Mr. Griffith Lleweilyn, of Baglan, £352,000. ; but the landowners who leave a large amount in persoanlty are now few. Sir Henry .Arthur Hunt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    public examination, Sep- teomber 13, at the Town f fall, Cardiff. THoxAS EV.NS., tradin"g as T. 'vans and Co., at Baglan Place, P'entre, draper. First mecting, August T27, at the Court-house, Pontypridd; public examination, September 3, at the Court-house, Pontypridd. Subscribers-only content

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    Cheroot last. Tt The OSMASTON NURsFRY HAroscar of 500 soya. About seven furlongs. ,, s Mrv. Glover's Oxeye, by Oxlip-Lady Baglan, 7et Q1b, I - ~~~~~~~~~Finley 1 15 Mr. Milner's Shall We Remember, 7st I01b.. T. Loates 2- -AMr. Barclay's Subscribers-only content

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    Captain iLokham, 60. Glamorganshire.-2, Dowlais. Captain Clark, 85; 6, Swansea, Captain Grenfell, 100; 7, Talbach, Ciptain n Vivian, 80; 9, Baglan, Captain Sturve, 90; 10, Cardiff, d Captain Bassett, 70; 13, Llandaff,. Captain Booker, 90; o 14, Aberdare, Captain Powell, Subscribers-only content

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    land, J; T. P). LMewelliu, :and the Rev, 1). EL Griffith, Edward Thomas and Sonsg proprletors of the Park Colliery, Baglan, were spimmoned by r. Thomas Evans, Govern- ment Inspector of Mines for the district, for neglecting to publish Fpecial Subscribers-only content

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    more equal and higher class of merit. l. r the first time, however, we miss our old friend l)ruid,"-fte "Druid"-by Baglan, out of Fury-that * d old fellow, who for the last three or four years has tuine away the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ely-taken. TnE GREAT YORKSHIRE HANDICAP. 7 to I agst Noelle. 7 ... 1 ... East Lanecaalre. 8 ... I ... Baglan. 10 .. B ... calzonnette. 100 ... 7 .. Blue Mantle. 20 ... 1 ... Oliver. ScrArcisrNas.-Great Yorkshire Handicap: Subscribers-only content

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    Trust .. .. 6 812 Norma .. .. 4 S 2 Manchester .. 4 is Roelna .. .. 4 711 Baglan . . . 4 S 7 flleckiFrar . . S 7 6 Wortham .. ..6 S udsleigh .. .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ......., Bll rIan (Tong). MONMOUTHSHIRiU HoUITRD-At half-past Ten. This do$y *... Ny, 7 ...... hlantillo doute. Thurasdav., ,,, 1 .., Baglan Twa StOPSHIRE HOUNDS.-At Wlf-pastTen, This day ., Nov.?7 . Emal Mull. Wednesday . 0 . I ,, I.son. Fridayg. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NATIONAL DOG SHOW. The American philosopher who found out that tdere was nothing so human as human nature," might, If he had pushed his researches a little further, have also come to the conclusion that next to human Subscribers-only content

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