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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gobiabau 611thwool. Ni bu un digwyddiad pwysicach er's crvyn am- ser ar Gyfandir Ewrop na buddugoliaeth v Tywysog Bismarck ar yr Uchel-Babyddion yn Germani. Pasiwyd mesur Arolygiaeth yr Ysgol- ion yn NhS yr Arglwyddi gyda mrwyafrif mawr -125 yn Subscribers-only content

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    a cbor plant Ysgol Sebbothol Parlfield, yn cael en eynorth. wyo gan a*nryw eraill, a dan arweiniad Mr. Ebenezer Jones (Cellan). Y darnau a ddadainwyd oeddynt y rhai a ddadganwyd gan y er a fil a blent yn Lerpwl ddydd Subscribers-only content

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    Jones; Mr. J. T. Jones, W. Dodd, T. Jones, E. Jonesa 5c hor o blent, dan arweiniad Mr. Ebenezer Jonea (Cellan). Chwarenwyd y cyfeiliant ggare Mis Ifc. vans a hiss Jones. Yn ystod y eyfarfod rhodd- wyd gwobrwyou i Miss Subscribers-only content

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    Felin Facb, LIangeitbo.' 10. Beirniadaeth y 'Llythyran oddiwrth ferched twylledig at en cariadau ffoedig ;' goreu, Catherine Hughes yagolfe attN, Cellan, a Mary rones, Bwlehgraig, Ewlchlian, yn gyd- faddugol. i1. Beirniadaeth yr englynion Pr ' Cornicyll;' goren, Chwibanogl a Gladstone, Subscribers-only content

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    asthpWyd at y gorchwyl o gyflwyno tysteb addurniadol, rm a phwrs yn oynwys deg punt i Mr. Ebenezer Jones nd (Cellan), gan g'r yr Ysgol Sabbothol. Darllenwyd yr se anerehiad gan y Cynghorwr Edward Jones (yr Albert), d r hwnr Subscribers-only content

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    flaen y nyhoedd; aeth trwy ei waith yn dda, a derbyniodd gymeradwyaeth unebel gan ,y gynulloidfa); arweinydd, Mr. 13ben Jones (Cellan), ICbwarenwyd y cyfeiliant gan Miss Maggie Evans. Cydgan, eor Ysgol Sabbothol Parkfield. Yr elw oddiwrth y nyfarfod at bleserdaith Subscribers-only content

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    un (or yn . unig a ddseth i'r ymdrechfa, sef cor enwog Parkfield, u, o dan arweiniad Mr. Eben Jones (Cellan). Cintasant n- fel arfe., yn wir d.4a, gan foddlni ibeirniad, yr han es a ddyfarnodd iddyat y wobr. Bciroiodaeth Subscribers-only content

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    D n nhyct o d at weiniad Mr. T C. Jones, Irverpool, a CbM piarit P.rkfiald ye gwetbio yn egnioi I gyda'r - Amen Chcl us," o d!n arweiniad Mr. Eb-L Jones (Cellan). Llwyddient ior ddau gar yw ein .4ymulaD.-ArttK6Ps Subscribers-only content

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    THE AMERICAN WAR. THE PROSPECTS OF THE WAR. I ; Mr. Russell (Tivers' soireesposndent) wirtes thus from Washington, en tle 20qth:- "In the first piaer, let necexpress the belief that the ,unoninaity of the North In this war is Subscribers-only content

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    10 WINE aod FIFIIST MEPCIIANTS.-WANTIII) by a young A lIan, agedl 30, snerried, a SIT'UATION. as Ilarinan. Welt acruisilted wit-Is Cellan avook, uianagesi~nvt of Ales, kc. tlosd clsa- ractir loom present employer and previosse onesr -Addroes, tNil 15' i Post. Subscribers-only content

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    LET, the above OIdlestablished Ojld-licnend T PUBLIC-HOUSE: coadstitmg of Bar, large Club Room, Parlour, Tap Roomsreehonse.wi~th Br~e twing Plant, gosod Cellan, Obomees.ines arde, wth ecehoas, SainngCoach-house, Yanrd, Pri gesrie, and Ost- huldil. The aborelou30tesiu tted ou the main publIcroad, in Subscribers-only content

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    Edwardsnr Bliss Dlorsett..........0 0 Alleges Leiwer& .1...1...0I M~re. Mayeow ..... .....0 5 I 1Rev. S. Blache............. . ole 0 01ev. Cellan Gloer .. Feyr0Fey. G. 13. .iol;eo furter ftIr.F. loup ......0...... M~r. J. Warden .......5 0 0 Mr. W. 1'. Subscribers-only content

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    LIandolf, Glamorgan, gentlemann. David, Charles WilliAms, Cqrdiff. e Iule, Davidson. Sire. Secair, Suerdertandw 0000. Clifton, near Bristol. Davies, David, Pietyllelnon Cellan, Lampeter, farmer. Daviese, Hen~ Marris, Llandyossil. near' Carmerthen, surgeon. Device, Rev.1 John Harris, Voelalit. Cillian, Aeron, near LamPeter, Cardigan, Subscribers-only content

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    TRADENES ADDRENSE8. V'AN AND CO.'S TOURIST SUITS ead~n~lapted~forallCimstaatsand all eao, bseutifully mids an Sew and A;propiate Materils. READY-MADEToarista! Coasts,. Id. to 2ss, and ToarfgaW Trousers. l2a. 6d. to I59, T raaVest% R3. Gd. to 16s. 64. TO ORDER Tour Subscribers-only content

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    The Irish Poor Law Commissioners, having had a notifi- cation from Cardinal Cullen that the Rev. R. O'Kceff P.P. of Cellan, sand Rontan Cathollo Chaplain of theie ld Workhouse, has' been- susqiended by him from the " exer- Lcisof any Subscribers-only content

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    is very iLl wIshes to- E -t.the HOUSE and BusJnes -i;AAdre.40 DailyPost. a1714, common traeot-_Lrgg1atlass Front;8luh), 40 feet;. four 12 Cellan. o~~~~~~~tea. IM2 MhUrNUAoTUlROG PREBMIES to be LET.-JAPAN hI STOVES,1, shopI ling 0' to ha LET.-AIpply, J, EL and G. Subscribers-only content

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    arlettej 1evr lloyd, Lilacyltysrovon. l ted, Folint navics, Mi ail, "yiloigalti, VerwDicli, Cs.rignn rate celohlor I):ri i'Sa, nvi,;, COL: Iirlaisrfxsohs Cellan, Lasmpcter. fo resee Dtaics, lRaviml, 'Iy stylleiiio rioclaon, TLaumpeter, fTaWr "lvimo :Daril, Ricihrdlet, :Liandovcry, merchan6t D~avies, 1-leuns, hlis. Villas, Subscribers-only content

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    Upper.. Smell anid SZ. large Castig Shops, camp)late.-At 20, Caroline Street. c7833 T01 Le.te back of 3iN Smalnbrook Street, a Cellan 40ft. by T 1f.liht and dry, with a good entrance. 063803 0U Let, lock-np Coach-homse and Stable; losos ho┬▒, Subscribers-only content

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    IeT 1.-All that elglly-vahieblo OLD-LICENSED INN, sitnate at LoYndon forcscitl* conplrisin Bar, three larloura. Oleib Roomn, ,Smoko liooc, Kitchen, three Cellan, front and back Sta!fases, eight Bed RoomIce, coerveoetnt Broewery anrd Out-buildings, and Gateway Entrance, from the front. Has boon Subscribers-only content

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    rwas one that it sl would be folly, and even guilt, for the Government to part be Mr. Ltalor, Mrr. Cellan, and Sir J. 'Klenina continued the discussion; and upon a division the amenddment was rojecteth by 230 to 49. Subscribers-only content

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