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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A1k Calvinistic Medatka .Riisqlish iecellnW * r d@. InD~ldffly 1#been -ed ' - ? :'1>.!':. ?' -."s~u,. !.. ~W P .:Z :..J.,',, . en jeMV'; soiiekia reage'iit~icnaioiblliokeilpl as" totijuJsntiffit*e 'eh~ge. tWill thefieieds 6fthe cdn - nen'oni in!)al1places' nd ylinlOerest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ddigon mawr (?) i wrthod fleitlhiau, a gaiw y sawi sydd yn croniclo hanesidoeth wirioeddol yn isel en chwaeth. Caim ag banesiaeth ac a cbred y Tadau ffasai dweyd en bod yn bedyddio yn en dillad, a ppwy bynag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : ( 0 ,A CWAU~ HO'E-. L ,!'!DmtQDD D2LS.' Y GWALAIA NEW YDD A' HEN VALIA, LLANDRINDOD WELLS. Os ydych am lety csurus, mewn gwirionedd, treiwch " Y GWALIA." Ystafelloedd eang ac iachus, a bwyd heb ei fitb, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Class 1,000 anil 500 Mile Tickets, tlhe Coupous af wlmhcl enable the pil chasers to tlatel between stations on thle Caim b anj Piailways loring tile period for which the tielkets are availabl, antil t!.e Coupons ale exldausted. The 1rice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drysorfa Gvnaortelvyol Wn eli Road, Rhyl, lalimeihvy, a'r Cefn; Tyavwyn a MAlorfa ; Pen1- sari; tSi , Rhuddi i a'r Caim; Liandnlals a U1's- faell, a Prion. Toefan+y4d i'r Parch. ERvan Jones a iMri. J. Jones, Penliel, ac 0. Williams Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the the troop,; while Freyre'talls of tlhe arrison f ahlr rF given testimonies of their loynlty to tihe Kina An Caim hol of the General's stiggestionsto Governmecitisarecro)e li 0t to reduce the army, from the double motive of eeOetin regard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    became the Aristqcracy of this gl eat empire. (liar' Oa the motion of Mr WXsieERN, the House having gone into-a Caim mittee on the Corn Acts of 1815 and 1822, Mr W. observed, that hi, object was-onfiredl to a single Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INTtLLIGENCE. LIVERPOOL. Caim. CoN.-WooD a. MONK.-This was an action for crim. con., alleged to have taken place between the defen- dant and the wife of the plaintiff.-Mr Knowles, in stating the case to the jury, observed that the injury of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OVER LAND ROUTE.-STEAI to INDIA, CHINA, and AISTRAIAA, via Egypt-Tie PENIN- SU1LAAR and ORIENTAL STEHA NAVIGGATION COMPAN Y BOOlK PASSENGERS and receive Woicd l 504 parcels fee the MIEDsITE RANEANEXN India, aai 05,0 bytheir mail packets. leavisng Socsthnaccpton onl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fifth you. The Assured at entitled ta participate .ifter paymeut of ens premiam. CLAIMS.-The Company bas disbursed in paymeut of Caim and additiene u~rsardo ef i ,50o,8801. Prepsaslo for ononranees may be m Cde at the ohief office, a. aboee; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be re- J it moved.-Two, iuratso were then called hifofer the Buprd t 5 aisd questioned I.concerniseg thle ca~ei; Caim Athey stated that a Mir. P age ordered thie -removal. of the patiaents; and b, they also informed the' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moseley Harriers, 2 ; NV. 11. Smith, Coventry, S. Was by yard ansI a half.-High jump : A. E. Nuttall, Caim. of iridge, V. H. C. (Sit. 6hie.), 1 ; E. B. Hopewell, Rugby C. aisd F. C. (5ft. 3mn.), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    home or abroad; aood n svork an, used to all kinds of work, meslimsvl l Ilsnclued, on all a- metals. Caim assist atocutting, if requIred.-GF., 159, WiltoniStreet, Lozells, Birmingham. 5 c6578 n NGRAVER (Glass) Requires pernanent Situation. Good _ E Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been caused either by a slight collision between the train from Tantah and another which was standing in the Caim station, or to some sparks from the engine ig- niting the contents of the latter, consisting of ammunition. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to further Amend the Law of Property and th Relieve Trusteeiif' Notce s erey rne, tatallCreitrs ndother Poreomis having sin Caim o Dmans gsln't heEstteofJOHN ASTON,' lats. of Wetlel, Ednaste. Bimingam i thcoonty of Warwliok i Rqisre ecesediwb d~d e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o oSi3haa bocooghfare: god coaneotion; every convenleor .Cl SuiGt BIJay; SINEB ar close to the markets. Estahl0ieed od DOW25 years--St. Caim, Stevonean Comiey, 126, Ooimore Boi cOFE~u~erslSt~ue 23.Pot 5.svci.01 JI LLJ2.U lI ITAI-,XN 0.X I I JJJ _ FOR SATLk-SHOPS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EV-ELYN ASHLEY, Chairman. Annual Income £12431122. Comtion already~ paid £26MC00-22 Moderate Frerionns- aviaaleenl tiasne-Ne Corneartass Prompo and Liberal Settlsment of Caim. Wetit End 05lcec-I, Grand 1-otel Buildings, W.C. Hend Olinc:--64. Cormhill. Londotn, E.C. 415 )VLL LA M J. VIAN-, Secretary. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PFur uf anod Cope; cheap. L~ady leaving Englandt.-Address, Y. 00, Daily Poos____ 6814 PAIHmahogany Fixtures Counters, Show Wall Cases, P Caim shavn icenesta' Drawers, Globes. Bottles Re), all ofl the very beat makec, tonbe Sold at less than half ccnh-Apply, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Law of Property and to retieve Trustees.' Notic` iz h7erey Viven, that all Creditors and other Persons baving any Caim or Demnaond itt oragainst the Estate of WILLIAMI PLAITS, formerly of Park Viet Coventry Road, 1irmirgham Gentleman who dibel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    il Exchequ111er, Jumpers, Richmond, hairsis, Cook's 1' Kitchen, an%-d Tiacroft, and in British Broken o0 IRE1 and United Mexican. British,: Caim Bir- 113% 121 Clook's Kitchen, 101,4 C 11; -)'Eresb, t Evo ra Cnus 1%, 1'b a& OI~oCotl, IP 1Bluera Subscribers-only content

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