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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Lewis, Tynant Carno, (yr oedd Dewi wedi anfon dwy gan I mewn). Pedwar englyn i n ' Ysgoldy newvydd Caroe;" gores, E. D. Lewis, Camo. Dadganu," Comrades song of Hope;;" goreu, *i parti o Carno. "Y Seren IJnig ;" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi clywed ond y peth nesat i ddim o oiarad arno, nao ychwaith wadi darlln fkwr yn ai gylch. . Caroe weled ein gwainidngion a'n blsmoriaid profiidol-arweinwyr v Cyfundeb, yn dyfod i'r ases yd frwdfrydig a'blaid y mudiad mown rbyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFARFODYDD MISOL. Arnser Cymcdeithasfaoedd a Chyfarfodydd Misol. Y Gymanfa Gyffrcdinol,-L aibc1 is Melichinf 19-22, 19JO. ty mdeithasfa y I)e--Ltanwrtvyd, Mihefin 12, 13, 1. Cyliodeithasfa y Gogledd,--Bila, Alchetin 12, 13, II. AbOerteifl. Gogledd,-BerthI, Nfehefin 27, 28. AberteHi Yehau,--iteal-r cfti. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    told Gapt. MXsTll how I came by tbat watcih, ind it was I who gave it to .wy SoIn. I Caroe ont to take horse (aid now for the prilicpal Feature of tiels and everyotherconnpiracy-tiiis berni the first ogaifzst my Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way,. wvith cutlaiteslt halberds, ass.e Erse b e oom; arond ea each door is stationed at,., tine! alred, to Whose Caroe is inttristed tile. Pey of the rooii, Ol strict orders. nDQuto permit more then one -watder to be belitti Subscribers-only content

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    T Johnsone Stoepor, puilian (acqes, dw.rdsandLaytoxi. MtY piae'sbr. DMayI jAe.d. May' 12,-A.' Burn, Sed ltritlel 1e, 8 iA.ileyt C and Caroe . ace. Pane , s Counrthil'Padiseo R lli coal -inerelsnt-may 12, G0 andF.'HZ% ujee, street, on manuf=eturers-Navl10, J. 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yeesosa olae dcce, ecie li,iec~ i, A,, c-iro, i too, yeses' dyspsic- ossa cud all lice hurries of IocIc irritabcility. Caroe o 18to 6s Dr hoAdreoseic,o it OiiiO atditlO, dysicysion, nervossg cerccchsliccY Core No. 0.1,211c-Dr dsholsad. of' dropi~y oct Fdeicclicte Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c tlee recei McIT exan cociv vise. cona rernc devo cad lie I annoc rupt of t1 AOUt 'alme Adde Caroe uis a Pabl theit well no n aervj carr Bl ceed elan Tuark for havi honc of tl lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Empire, and said the t Government of the day had command of the revelations c of Mr. Ls Caroe, whose evidence before the Parnell Commission he invited everyone to read, and bear in mind that it was to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Satup Ladles 2 doe. Snore Ladles, 17 dos, Butter Knlino, 16 dez. Fickle Forks, 115 doe. Toy Forks, H1 doe, Caroe of Forks, Spoxns le Bullion. Scales% and Weeghks. Also varied Stock of MI6RCRA~iT'S PATTERNS, copiigCuler, tiarden Tools, Choppers, Axes, Subscribers-only content

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    ellan(W 'I t)~rtgt naftreni-f)Wantel, form.' afo- o tn' rit, in (-tiolteni kit ham. --AýiJY vit 11f Mivahrll and G).- tifnixltifi. Caroe Tfl:l ).()tY Watt-ri. to Aoonrntpa.nts t(Iilme Addrmsia in o0n >1 toritns sut~ing age. 63-n i I)-! Printid- )(-y Vrant.of,. Subscribers-only content

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    THE AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. THE ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. The scheme proposed about two years since for forming algreat naval reserve of seamen, to be called out in poriods of national emergency to man the Royal Navy, hls, wo ate glad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tublif 'Imuotmatto. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMIINGHAM, tUnder the Maraemut a t Mr. Mi. BL ffinupeon). Y14 8 'S EVEINING, fthe performances will com. r reuce with THE WIFE'S SECRET; Afteriloh,FOOII PILTICODDY :ndeooinoudwithDORTlia ECONO.O'IY; OH, HWTWIPAiiJIAFUDXliNG. Low Boxes. la Upper Boxes. Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs. Clsataway, Peckleton Rectory, Hiuckley. ________41~ UrANTED,lly a young Person, a SITUATION as goodaPlalin TV Cook. Wages £14,-Aldsress, 23, Wheeley's Caroe. el0IS WANTED, by an experienced Person, a SITUATIION. as WHeasi Nurse 551 a Gentlemlan's Faosily.-Address, 2968, Daily P ostt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SPORTING INTELLIGENCK NEWMARKET ANTICIYATIONS. After unminerous vicissitudes The Special Was fairly landeld first favurteatte ociock o-night, but whether he will renmain at the hiead Of thle quo1tations is as question which cannfot easily he answered. Wise quotation which Subscribers-only content

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    o444t 1 ri (O Paper Box Mlakers-WANTED, One who thoroughly under- I stands the Cutting-out. Wages, 12s; per week.-Apply, 41, Caroe line Street. c4476 4 iX7ANTED, aWarehouseoWOMAN, used to the ButtonTrade.- Asldress, stating experience, c., T. 59, Daily Post. c4243 Subscribers-only content

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    'VILLA IMS~IEN .lwotteoed, dgb&aton. 8lrChambera W.C., Garden. Price £710.- John Baresley, 38. Paradise St. ~TIILAB.Edgbeton Wel buit. W thintn minutec of New t.' rice£2,t0.-olm arnley.08~Paradise Stre't. I~7 ELLNGTON Sreet, Warsoca Green.-'Fiv Double Frot HUSE. Flse£30. Lase00yewse.-John Barnsley, 58, Paradise Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pit of the stomach, and between the shoulders, &c. We quote a few.-The Pope's health restored by Du Barry's Food. Caroe No. 6S,41.- Rome, July 21. 1S66. The health of the Holy Father ts excellent, especially mince, abaadonnlg all - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IAThe PuM~ wre o Edtlon0 t BxT PA'TEN2 rPAT8IT ase I1E -POWOti iaboutatiC hofUm thlod Ntt nme Nt OSkn erA Caroe he ie fDr leSIGNS beEa ,t ?Ipae ad mbvx1.,A WshsaZB~ond. Mt Boad, ordcmx, 1af& w saplylnor. eroall eo yltetoM.GOG Subscribers-only content

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    AND A CAROO OF BEST BALTIC WHITE FLOOR BOARDS. M ESSRS. THOMAS eand BETTRIDGE will BELL by AUCTION. at the Caroe Company's Yard, 22 Summer Row, Birningham, THIS DAY (Taesday), the 4th of Jnly, com- menlngp unetillly at leven o'clock-a Subscribers-only content

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