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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peo le ; prize ten guineas. d Daeth i law ar y testyn hwn chwech o gvfansodd- I iadau, sef Camber, Iago, SYIwedydd, Gwrnerth 3 Ergydlym, Trwyn Barlwm, a Bacon. a Goddefer i ni ddweyd nad ydym yn ystyried y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan mwyaf a honynt. Byddai Yt ,adroddiad o'rmodd y daeth y gwahanol sefydliadau -o Cymreig yn Ngogledd Swycdd Lancashire a Camber. 04 iland i gyfarfyddiad a'u gilydd yn benod ddyddorol. g? r Deallwyd i ddechreu fod Cymry yn byw yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~BALA. I AxUITx GAN DR. zDWA38. hoi Er's rhai misoedd bellach, mae Cymdeiths Gristion- pw ogol Gwyr Ieuaine wedi ei sefydIn yn y Bal; ac ( mowvn cysyiltiad f hon,fo draddododir cyfros o ddar- chi lithin bob mis a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l4obion Cmretg. Parotoir i'r wasg gan y Parch. John Felix, Croesoswallt, gyfrol o weithiau barddonol Mr. William Jones (Ehedydd Ila), yr hwn sydd erbyn hyn yn hen wr tair a phedwar ugain oed, ac yn byw yn agos i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GenaieNaetbau, prionasau, &c. GENEDIGAETHA. h HuMFIiIv'-'- .-A wst 163Lc, priol y Pa ci,. \ i. fIi HuitipilleC~S Cartrefle,B Ll.a,ar ah-cyntaFic i a POWELL -A'st 1i8fcd, priod y I ac. ll . Powell, .' Llanttisflt, ar fab. I _ORWL,.NDS.-wVSt Gel, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    near Winchelsea , for in December, 1536 , 'the men of the admiral of Sluys burnt the hermitage of the Camber in despite and hewed an image of St. Anthony with their swords, bidding it call upon St. George for

    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Introduction A Plan of Portsmouth 1762 .

    High Street to the Point, a small peninsula washed by the waters of the harbour and the Inner and Outer Camber . In the latter are the docks which accommodate the few trading vessels, chiefly coasting ships, that visit the

    Parishes Sevenhampton

    windows were installed. Those alterations were partly paid for by John Camber (d. 1498), a Worcester wool merchant, who left 100 s . for work on the church. Camber was buried in the church 548 and in 1535 funds for

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    WILLIAM NOAKES, Royal Offences, 17/05/1832

    we were about forty rods from Granny Low's house, eastward of it; it is about three-quarters of a mile from Camber - I, Larkens, John Tickner , Kent, (who was shot,) and William Daniels ; we had all five come


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