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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y y llywydd trwy i'r boll dorf godi ar eu traed. Dechreu- Y wyd y gwahanol gyfarfodydd gan Mri. Bringers a JnN )eLlewelyn. Yr oedd honyn uno'rCymaufaoeddmwyaf h, poblogaidd; yr oedd ugeinisa lawer yn methu cael )d lie.-E. " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    offices. The postmaster will appoint, on application, men belonging to the army reserve, or militia, or a civilian as " Bringers of Recruits ;" having been so appointed, their duty will be to seek persons desirous of becoming soldiers, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rattlo sixth, Puramigan seventh, and Carpet Slipper last. The uanters' Flat Rce, Sir John (Ntr. Barnes) .. ...1 Coq do Bringers (Mr. Bambridge). .. 2 Dennis (owner) ... .. 3 Also ran-Optimist, owner; The Dean, Lord Maid- stone; White Thorn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you will perceive, '' has beets thlought defirable it I all Cafres to hotd ou'.a very liberal 'Ecourageremst-to thet e Bringers of Recruits. :y I' In extending the Reviard'pfivable to Parithl Officers, is frow Osne Gstirea to Thbee Gturieas, his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3aliots f.r each, an opportunity ot indemnifying themselves from the whole at a li b lit ex.iencc. G LEMON, Clrik. Bringers ef proper Substitutes will be paid One uumea for each. PAVING the TOWN of BRENTFORD.- - NO TICE is Subscribers-only content

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