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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i raddau helseth gan y aesur Addysg ncwydd. "COFFAWDVRBIAETH3 Y CYPIAWN Sy1DD PENDIGEDIG." Chwc' phenill coffadwriaethol ifr diweddar RoBBEr EDWABD, Carrog, Blaenor yn Rhydymeirch, Cwm, Penmachno. Angel gwyn a brudd fantella Aur adenydd dros ei fedd, Tra mae deigryn cydymdeimlad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preceptors, VLandain, yn mis Mebefin diweddaf:- John Chambers, Carrog, Anglesea; Edward Davies, Pantiau, Llanarmon; Thomas Birch Griffiths, Liver- pool; Theophilus James Rowland, Manchester; Robert Cadwaladr, Wrexham; Henry Edward Griffiths, Liverpool; Owen Chambers, Carrog, Angle. sea; Richard David Williams, Aberffraw, Anglesea. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rdwr wedi gwioga Solian mown diUllad milwyr er mwyn chwyddo ymddangosiad ei fyddin. Uwchlawr hyny, P t. ychydig, y mae Carrog, ben amaethdy y I'ywysog, o i fewn tua chwarter milldir'i weddillion ei 611as. Y I mae yn Ngbarrog fwrdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HAFODUNOS, CILTWLLAN, VFYNON OLEUDDYDD, BRYNC&RREGI '- Syr,-Mae eich gohebydd yn camenwi y lie diwedd. af; Brynygarrog ydyw ei enw priodol. Carrog ydoedd rywbeth yn debyg i sarf hedegog, ac mse Ile rhwig Talycafn a Threfriw a elwir Dolygarrog. Mae ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ona r I}'tfed, ;lai 10 o'r gloch, a dyna en henwan,-Mri. D. Evans, Llanarortne; T'lomas Lloyd GCyndyfrdwy ; 0. Evans, Carrog ; J. itoberts, llasyn' i ddol ; H. Williame, Nantlir; *Y W. Owen, Llaiidderc D fel * Thomas Jon. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Landlordism in Wales, 1887

    , we need not go further than Cardiganshire or Carmarthenshire. In the former county is an es¬ tate known as Carrog . Its late owner was a Miss Morice . Her tenants, 20 years ago , attended the Calvinistic Methodist Subscribers-only content

    Landlordism in Wales, 1887

    , we need not go further than Cardiganshire or Carmarthenshire. In the former county is an es¬ tate known as Carrog . Its late owner was a Miss Morice . Her tenants, 20 years ago , attended the Calvinistic Methodist Subscribers-only content

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