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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'n cychwyn, Brofa fod 4r wael bryfyc Ddelw Dow, ywzaeddwl dyn. CARlIAD DUW. Cyfleithdya penihion tlwh hyn gan y liweddar Burch. John Elias.i a diamen y bydd yn dda gan lawer weled hyn o'i gy- sylltiad ag Emynyddiaethny cysegr.-A;P.ers; Pe Subscribers-only content

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    Athrylith a'i Weithiau gan Ieuan Gwynedd, a Darlun. nris, mewn llian, ysondeb y Pedair Efengyl, gan y diw. tI eddar Burch. Dr. Robinson, New York; yag- hyda Thraethawd Arweiniol ar Wrthddrych,: Hanes a Hauneswyr y Pedair Efengyl, gan y Parch. Subscribers-only content

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    " ea pU* a chan dymonm Duwr F yn rh'wydd iddynt Coffiwyd yn -serohog a phatchus D am y diAied4ar Burch, E. Williams%, aerniufon, yr-hwn agolluom er yCyffod MiEol o'rblaen. Dyg'wyd tyst io, aeth -ac i'w ymroddiad a'i weitganrwch gyd'r Subscribers-only content

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    't Nos Wener y ddegfed cyfisol, bu y Parch. James :d- Williams (Llydaw), yn traddodi pregeth angladdol 61- r'r diweddar Burch. Dr. Charles, Aberdyfi, ynnghapel a St. John Street, Caerlleon. Yr oedd Mr. Williams e. yn bersom eymwysb iawn i Subscribers-only content

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    yr hyn a ddylech wneyd heb oedi. Yr wyf ya credo sit nad oes neb yr amen teilyngdod y diwveddar Burch. Y Thomas Charles i gael bywgrafflad llawer mwy a hel- Y aethach, ac felly mwy teilwng o hono, nag Subscribers-only content

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    :,.oYMDEXTEA$F A ABERYSTWYTII, MAWRTH 1EG, 14EG, a'r 15FED. LLYWYDD-Parch. GEORGE WILLIAMS, Gwastad. Yagrifenyad-Parch. GRIFFITE DAVIES, Aberteifi. (Parhad o'r rhifynp dimeddaf) HANES YR ACHOS TX Y SIR. lDrllenold y Parch. IV, Morgan Yatadegaun C farfod Misol Aborts ii. A ganlyn Subscribers-only content

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    Am- lwah, yn cynyg. Y diweddar Birch Hugh Hughes, Gellidara ; y Parch. John Hughes, Edeyrn, yn cynyg. Y diweddar Burch Philip Williams, Waeu- fawr; y Parch R. W. Hughes, Rbyd-ddu, yu cynyg. Y diweddar Barch John Hughes, Carneddau ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    could extract from Ilia wealthy countrymen immense sums for modern antiques and spurious specimens of Greek or Roman workmanship. Of Burch and Marchant. men of the highest talent,-the former had sheltered himlselfin the Royal Academy, where he was appointed Librarian; Subscribers-only content

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    R. Wright, jun. Stockport, grocer. [Lowe, Southampton buildings Chencery lane. M. W. Lewis, Staamford grove, qpper Clapton, surveyor. [Rhodes and Burch. New inn: J. A. Mercer, Basinghall street, money-scrivener.. [Fisher, Queen street, Cheapside. A. Peowrie, IMZiddle row, Holborn strawl-hat-manuFacturer. [Freeman, Subscribers-only content

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    [Fladgate and Co. Essex St. J. Garton, Castle.Douington, builder. [Long and Co. Grav's inn. R. Jtapsiord, Weymouth, grocer. [bhodes and Burch, Chancery lane. J. Paterson, Camberwell, dealer. [Shirriff, Salisbury square. M. G. Mitchell, Quadrant, tavern keeper. [Robicsore, Walbrook.- L. Nash, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    magitrate to where her prayer was direct- ed, she exclaimed fervently, * May God bless him !" THAMES POLICE. POLYGAMY.-Win. Burch, alias Joaes, a rough weather-beaten sailor, was charged with mnarrying several wives. It appeared that the prisoner was married Subscribers-only content

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    Jones, St. Patul's Church-yard coffee-house-IgveeWisn Styevlos, Wilkinson1 anad Satchell1 ;.,itilg St, iflQUIR4 poati, !P9@o5Aitt R.- Guforiei-Cocbran-terrace; Portland-town, tailor. [Sutcliffe & Burch, Bridge W. Hod ges, George-street, Portland-place, painter. [Biggs, Bedford-row. R. Taylor, 'r oken l ouse-yard, merchant. [Williams, Copthall-court. C:. Subscribers-only content

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    in the Netherlands, the COUnttse Alexandre Van der Burch, of a non. At Birling, Kent, the lion. Mrs. Nevill, wife of the Hon. andRev.TNcvill of a son. A, 'iegurnter, the lady of Major Gwynne 1lolford, of a daughter. On Thursday, Subscribers-only content

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    FROiVI THE LONTDON GAZEETT S. Tuesday, October It. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, OCTuOBER 7. Royal Artillery-Second Lieiot. B. Lawson to be First Lieui. vice Newoomen, retired on half-pay. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. T. Underwood and J. Pioton, Maichenter, brewers-Mlur- gatroyd and Whitehead, Subscribers-only content

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    of Tuesday, the burning of s0 much stoek increaseig the prices. No lives were lost, but one poor fellow, named Burch, the engineer of the Tooley-street brigate station, in his zeal to check the progress of the flames, got down Subscribers-only content

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    Pritchard, to the effects of antimony. The trial begins in the Central Criminal, Court of J. W. Terry and T. Burch, lately manager and secretary respectively of the Union Bank, charged with misdemeanour. 15.-After a trial which had lasted three Subscribers-only content

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    two seats in that ward lhe should have scorned the action te ,of coutosting the ward against M~essrs. L~loyd and Burch, v Bthe old Ccommissioners. But he had come forward to ask t for one of those spare seats, and Subscribers-only content

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    Novenmber 24, 1l77. o I Patent on vhichithc Ilenevval Fe of £100. lies recentlybeen t Ipaid :.- t I Wsilliaen Burch, Saiford, Mtancltester-machtinery for guiding, W opening, and stretl'iltg fabrics during bleaching, printing, or 6 other manipulations. :Ior'ember 21,1817. 3 Subscribers-only content

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    AGENJLES. TRAVELLERS (rco,td). A 'TR d,Lld. I Ticoe reuAntVn'gtisclny for k hit health wl ega to Undertake Business on behlf of de;tat,' '-a ttce anti others. Hliobst referencs- Addres."' 355, Dily re-st CS373 'ONTIN'ENTAL Tra-hler luative of Ru3sia), leavinge Subscribers-only content

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    Towns' Acd, or expose the ratepasyers to expenses istde- pendant of the control of the governing body of Ibis city."-Mtr. Burch stated that the committee moat on Satueday, but they lied not come to soy couclusion, as the Preriso was Subscribers-only content

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