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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi derbyn llongyfarchiadau ngwahanol wledydd Ewrop ar ganlyniad y pleidleisiad. ._ _ Adroddir fod dyn yn ugwaith. nwy Kew, I Barking, bore dydd LDun diweddafwedi myned i lawr i Ifynon a berthynai i'r gwaith i fesur y R dwfr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel yr Ybysbysir i'r ddiweddaf suddo mewn Rai na paum' ) mynyd. Cymerodd y gwrthdtrawtid le gerilaw1 gweithydd nwy Becton, Barking; a chan n sd oes ond yahydig breswylwyr yn trigianu sr An yr afon yn y fan _bon, ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Scaeipaethroughout the United Kingdom. For otherd =onourn, iversity, &o., as well as the unsiformn suocess of pupils at Barking and Mercantile Establishments, see Prospectus. ti The honses is besuatifually- and healthfnly. situated (on the grael i it on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thioughout "the United -Kingdom. For other Honours, UniveriSlty, RC., as Well as the uniform suncess of j3 at pupls at Barking and M e establehEments, seePospeetus. £8 *The house is beautflly and heathfaly situated (o the gravel) in its own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seceosd place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Honours, University, &c., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking and MercautlleEstablishments, seeProspectus. The house Is beautifully and healthfully situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive grounds, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Secoand place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Honours, University, &c., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking and MercantileEstablishments, see Prospectus. The house is beautifully and healthfully situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive grounds, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    econd place throughout the United lingdom. For other :lononrs, University, &.., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking and Mercantile stablishments, seeProspectus The house is beautifully and healthfully situated (on the i gravell in ite own extensive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Second place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Eouours, University, lee., as well as the uniform succese of eupils at Barking and MSer~itLlHS~tahlehlismcit seeProspectus. The house is beautl oily and he41thfuily situated (on the grael in its on extensive rouneds, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Second place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Honours, University, &c., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking and MercantileEstablishments, seeProspectus. The house is beautifully and healthfully situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive grounds, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,Second place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Honours, University, &c., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking and Mercantile Establishments, see Prospectus. The house is beautifully and healthfuily situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sercond place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Honours, University, &c., as well as use neiform success of pupils tat Barking and JlercantileEstablishments, sceoProspectus. The house is bem:;tiftl1y and bealthfnily situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive grounds, ii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seconzd place throeghout the United Kingdom. For other Ronouro, University, &c., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking and Mercantile Establishments, sec Prospectus. The hcuse is beautifully and healthfully situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Secoed place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Ronours, University, tc., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking aild MercantileEstablishments, seeProspectus. The house is be:utifully and healthfully situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive grounds, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    throughout the U7nited Kicgdom. For other ev, Eanours, University, Rc., as well os Ihe umiform success of 1V: pupils at Barking and slercuantileEstablishtnaeits, seePospeutus. wI The house is besutifally and healthful;y situated (oa the _ gravel) its i's own extetisive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    throughout the United Kingdom. For other e Hanonrs, University, &c., as well as the uniform. success of X pupils at Barking and Mercantile Establishments, see Prospectus. The house is beautifully and healthfunly situated (on the - gravel) in its own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwrych hyd yn hyn. PRYDNAWN ddydd Gwener cymerodd ffrwyd- riad berwedydd le yn yard Mri. Robert He- witt and Co., Barking, drwy yr hwn y lladd- wyd. o leiaf ddeg o ddynion. ac yr anafwyd tua 30 yn rhagor. Chwythwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O Roslmary-lane, East SM'tltfiid, sIngar-reftlner. i. XX'. \'rda tor, W'lina's-yared, Rosemary-lane, tisugar-refiner. J. 1 Swtesru, Sottthwark, baberdasher. XW. lioni.7 , Barking, Essex. snaack-owner. S code Birmingliam, coal-smith. PRICE OP STOCKS ON SATURDAY. 3 per Cent. Consuls ................-. 724.. .SMr. Mri:Tii's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ip ther excrleht Poen -of abytln, -O. On Wednesdtsh i' 1he 25i ihsi. of apoplexy, tbe Rev- nett Parker, of Barking, Essex, On tile 20th iet. at BristolLieut.-Colonel Henry 5- l of the East India Cowpany' Servie Bengal &V 'rrinted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cork-cutter. Attnrnies, Messrs. Massey. nd Cartwright, Liverpool. J. 1N Huitchinssn, Pinrtlannd-street, victualler. Attorney, Mr. MAlantgnanl, Wara ick-square. J. CuW, jois. Barking, brewer, Attorney, Mr. Osbaldeston, Little Tower-street. b. Shirt, Fail-Ilead, York, tanner.- Attorney, Mr. Jack- son, Barkeind. 1V. Allen, OldaJewey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    she revived, sad was shortly after sonveved honie. - . A oew days since, -J. Williams, of Stratford,-coming home tern Barking about miae o'clock in the evening, met P oan of ,respeetabie appeqrance at Plaistow, who inquired hi a k Subscribers-only content

 

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