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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    |.CYMDE TAFA bOLELAU - . 7 - , ..I . . ..- L 77 L .. - - - - I - - - - - - I J .- Yn ein rhifyn diweddaf, cyfeiriasotn ryn fyr at; Li Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn darparu ysgolion newydd- i 'ion ! Os ydyw addysg. mor effeithiol yn awr, pa angen am ychwaneg o le? Caw yma anry Wad- fra'un lle y' canrnola 'ei' bun a'i frudvr, ac y Idiraddia yr Ymneill'duwyr,with.gwrs. Soniaam . rywrai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oeddmyebsb ra y gylnnnyafll dI yriydnhx,* e v - , . Pa'a D ~ 'ua 1J) ABsoD.- Y Bi OrEU. ''Caw ,easor .y; :irde :a1ni~gn iei cyfaill~ -. .~~Meddi byn } ed d y cdaf ;; B9au, ymdcliddan jmnwi a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ig yn ydoedd y ddiweddaf o ddigwydidaui cyhoedans.- v )ld. Nos FaPtah.r Dyma oria. cyntaf y digwyddiada ll mry: cybhoeddis." 'Caw m eta hunamyn Assembly Rom ghae y Blaen, mowne ,! fafod k ystadleol 'terthyntil f wedi weith-r chwael y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . wobl* Deallwn fod Mr. T. Barnes,, Quinta, Salop, wedi, e addaw cyfranu lOOp. yn Oynyddol am dair, blynedd, ' at achos y BrifysgI1 i Gymru. I Drwg genym' ddeall oddiwrth amryw idroadiadaun fod clefyd y traed a'r'genau, yn Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    and big, every one under his neighbour's lee, according to the good old proverb of their native-land, " Caw me and I'll caw thee." I respect them, those Scotch firs. I delight in their forms from James the First 's

    The parish of Furness

    ft.), Dow Crag (2,558 ft.), and Brown Pike (2,239 ft.) in the massive northern group, and the minor height named Caw (1,735 ft.) further south. The mountains embosom many small lakes or tarns; from the Coniston range Church Beck and

    Index A-K

    see Devonshire ; Will., 271 n Cavendish Pk ( Old Barrow ), 305 Caves , 161 n , 139, 266 Caw , peak, 286 Cawce halfpennies , 94 n Cawood , 203 n , 205-6; forest, 86 n , 87


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