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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar lbn y, tadalen mewn llyt.hyreran RhBufeinigmIi,-ynn gyflawn; ond yn y rhanau dilynol mewn ilythyrenau Italaid id-y cyraedd. o'r gair Barm -"hyd. y gair Oreadigaeth.'ao hfeb rifo y tudalenau.: Rhoddwyd.rhybudd ar amlen y rhan ddilynol yn'galw i imewn y rhan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that we have concluded arrangements for the trans- fer, on the 3Lst instant, of our Banking business here and at Barm outh to our friends the North and South Wales Bank. We have been led to take this step in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEDDIANAU YR EGLWYS.. ADOLYGIAD AR DDARLITHIAU FIC'ER CORRIS ar y testyn uchod, GAN Y PARCH. EVAN JONES. (1YNWYSA y INyfr ymdriniaeth fanwl ar y CJ Meddianau Eglwysig, mewn atebiad i Ddarlitbiau y Ficer. "Am atebiad Mr. Jones, yn gwbl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '2 02 rth ......owy. 9.81 14, 4 69, Vwenmoeepil 2 .11 l 0 0 10 DolgolleJ .Snct.on101 1 22 1u Barm 1utl .. dop...... 9 4012 3 2 Sop 0 Barmel....... as 24 9 7)7 4 Porthodge10 1,22. 10412 14 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan, aolltau'r Graig yw'm myth W'm noddfa, &c. Dolgellau. E. Y. WILLIAMS. GEIRIAU DIWEDDAF DR. IJVINGSTONE. 'Gsvneeh FAthyt i'lm i Barm" Mae gyrfsi fywyd bron ar ben, Mae'n sangu'r f'lldir cla', Anadla fel prerin blin, A'i draed ar drothwy'i wynfa; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CAMBRIAN RAILWA. GOOD FRIDAY, AMUL 9', ; 1 8 7 8. CHEAP DAY EXCURSION Bookij , , the above date to TOWYN, ABERDOVEY RkN d ABERYSTWITH, at the following times and Ua e- I PROM To Towyn. Aber'dvy. Borth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y GOLIAD. .Se y, Pttzpf bychgu or sew uchod ar lMn y mir oddeatu Iilldir a )awer i'r Do oddtwrth Barm Inh Junction. Adddfir hd y le lwe yn an o'r yindbech. leoedd mwyaf dymanol a diberygi in Ngoglidd Cymu. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CAMBRIAN RAILW4 ,. TOURIST ARRAN GSME~T4S 17S VIRST, SECOND, & THIRp4 CL4SS TOV I 12 TICKETSl, available for Dwo nionths, will be issued from May 1st to the 31st October, 1878. For particulars see Time ,Bills & Tourist Programmes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. A CHEAP DAY EXGURSION WI..L BE RUN TO H O L Y H E A D ON MONDAY, SM. 19TH, 1887. As under: From Time of starltg theD soure toe a.m. Machynlleth ... 6 10 1 Aberdovey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 "B "Cyfiawnhad Trwy Ffydd." I LLYF1R NEWYDD GAN Y PARCH. R. S. THOMAS. ___ ..wec Peas 3s. 6c., MIEWN LU~i HAEKDD. I'w gael yn ddidranl gau yr Awdwr, ar dderbyniad pris y lyr. o di bfeiriad-Rev. R. S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Local t: Government Board to declare that so much of the h said road as extends from- Friog to Barm outh Ferry d and is situate in the Rural IDistrict of Dolgelley, in the said County, shall cease to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oddiwrth yr Awdwyr. bess p. AF will le Barmo Londa. CYFRES 0 HOLWYDDOREGAU AT WAS THo ANAETH TEULUOEDD AO YSGOLION Barm - SABBOTHOL. Nill) I Holwyddoreg ar Hanes Abraham, ga y Parh. -(Queyt 0. J. Owen, M.A., Rock Ferry. Pedwerydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Under the Management of MR. PYEMONTJ Organist & Choir Master i.t. John's Church, Barm tii. Our prices are beyond Competition. Our Instruments Gilve Universal Satisfaction. The most Popular Music Warehouse in North and Mid Wales. i Apply for the numerous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. R CHEAP EXCURSION Ur to the Zoological Gardens 01 BELLE VUE, dE MANCHESTER MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2O4TH, 1S99. Ol thle above day, a SPECIAL TRAIN WILL ar .e 1)(m;E.lJlY 3-35 a.mn.; Pecaiaellpool3 406 W A I - Barm1o01tl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cot GE MIXTURE--At Beswch. COUGH MIXTURE-At Beswch. COUGH MIXTURE-At Ddiffyg Ana dl, COUGH MIXTURE-At Ddiffyg Anadl. COUGH MIXTURE-At Anwyd a Ohrygni. COUGH MIXTURE-At Anwyd a Chrygni. COUGH MIXTURE-At Bronchitis. COUGH MIXTURE-At BronchAtis. COUGH MIXTURE-At Influenza. COUGH MIXTURE-At Influenza, COUGH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    indii. duals at this monipt hare tlipost ion6polised the book. selling trade in Germany. Thi most powerful of these is Barm Cotta, the proprietor of the Allgerstiss Zeitang. The Baron is likewise proprietor of six literary periodicals of high standing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. -, Madame Caleste every Evening.-Mr Wallack on Monday, Wednesday., Flidayv and Saturday. TO-AlORROW Vwill be performed THE ROAD TO RUIN. With SUZANNE- And ST MARY'S EVE. OnTiesday wiUl be revived iontou's Comedy of EDUCATON. Cha- racters Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -ile end road, contractors-April 9, F. Blundell, New Sarum, grocer-April 9, J. Maynard, Panton street, Haymarket, bookseller-April 1, J. F. Barm ick, Old street, St Luke's, wheelwright-April 12, J. H., J. S., J. K., and A. Heron, Manchester and Wigan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w slnot any ssateroil chisge is; barle)y. Oltssi's. to 2Is, chcaper, excepting s-cr fresh slic, wlhichl as scar(e. Bheoans are Barm. ihere sas sio elsange i; ptOsS. Vety considcsrable soles of fresh American itour were msald sit 2Is. to 28s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW THEATRE ROYAL, ADELP1I. I Sole Proprietor and Manager, Mr B. WEBSTER. 1.5th, 156th, 157th, 115th, 159th, and 160th nights of Mir I. Jefferson, in the new Drama called 'RIP VAN WINKLE. Written expressly for him by Dion Boucicault, Subscribers-only content

 

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