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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -0 'h htbia-et all. 'RHODDER TIPYN O 0 FFYDD MEWN PREGETHWYR IEUAINC-" Syr,-Yn niwedd y cofnodau o'r ymdriniaeth fu yn N-4Yindeithasfa Machynileth ar y Gronfa Gyn- haliaetbol,. fe Le r y sylwadau a ganlyn: "Bod eisiaa ca'e y siroedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHASFA Y BALA. (Patrkad o'r rhifyn dicceddaf.) yr DYDD IAU. ed CY cARPOD Y FRE4ETEMYR A'R BLAHNOBTAID AM 2-30 : 1., Hysbyswyd bod y Gymdeithasfa nesaf i fad Y div Nghaernarfon, Awst 17eg, 1fed, a'r 9f I, aet 2. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a roaudwyd ' gyntaf i'r bvd gan gyhoeddwr Ameri auaidd. Oddiyma C dwg Mr. Wylie ef i LundaiD, i 5, Cheyne R w, Chelsea, lle y bu am y gweddill o'i oes. Drerllen I asom ymdrefodaeth yr ysgr fenydd Xi' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Preffeswr Tyndal7,yn ngwydd cynulliad Iliosog dydd Ise. Mae y gofgolofn wedi ei hadoiladu ar 1in y Tafwye st gyfer Cheyne Row; lie y bo Carlyle yo byw am almryw Bln. yddoedd. Pan gyrbaedda yr all o'r milwyr adret o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blyn- .a yddol. iaj Hysbaysir y ty y trigai Carlyle ynddo am Yu agos i Y haner can' mlynedd yn Cheyne Row, LIandain, ar wertb, ao argymhellir ei edmygwyr i'w bryna, a'i droi ya fath o Carlyle Museum; gyda chasgliad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gao Prof. P. t C. Barker, a'r ail gyfrol o 'Jeremiah,' yu cynwys., ' Lamnentations,' gan y Parch. T. K, Cheyne; Cyfres y t Testament Newydd, '2 Corinthians and Galatians,' gan r Archiddiacon Farrar a'r Parch, jPrebendary Huxtable; I so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arall drachefn ar ei anifeiliaid gan y Parch. Canon Tristram, LI.D., tra yr ydym yn ddyledus i'r Parch. T K Cheyne, M.A Iam draethawd dyddorol ar ei Farddoniaeth, ac i Dr. Stainer am yr unrhvw ar ei Gerddoriaeth, gan y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y ar h Llythyr at yr Hebreaid-" The Order of 46 Melchisedec," yr Wythfed Salm, gan Proff. yw I Cheyne, "Ancient Celtic Expositors "-St. am Columbanus and his teachings-gan Proff. M Stakes. gyh Hysbysir 'The Parables of our Saviour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alengt(bol; prnaf aettol, $rc- Taflwyd yi awdurdodau Eglwysigi ben. bleth ddiwedd yr wythnos aeth heibio gan ymddangosiad llyfr newydd gan y Parch. A. W. Momerie, Proffeswr Rhesymeg yn King's College, a phregethwr boreu Sabbath yn y Foundling Hospital. Enw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ba amcan, neu ymba berthyDas, nis gwn,-"onid dwyreiniol yw yr boll Ysgrythyrau ?" lIe dwyreiniol ydynt i ddisgyblion Driver a Cheyne ; a thrachefn, gofyna, "onid dwyreiniwr oedd Crist eil han ?" Wel, "Mab y dyu" y galwai efe ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prysur ddarllen Bushnell, au newydd ch orphef Bruce (Apologetics). Hefyd, er pan ysgrifenais be or llaen, darllenais Driver yn fanwl, Cheyne a KEeneD M Sr fanylach, ac as Rhagluniaeth deg a'i WyD, bwriadaf Yu gael Sayce a Briggs. Tebyg y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cy yn arwain Ewald i gredu fod y xi. Salm wedi ei hysgrifenu yn a-r-ser Dafydd, a thybiai At D Cheyne ei bod ganri-foedd yn ddiweddaruch, Ar ? a thybia Mr. Andrew L-ng fod hynyna yn Br ,Ca - ddigon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naill a'r llall. Nis o gellid anwybyddu yr ymchwiliadau beirniadol hyn 6 oherwydd y buddianau oedd, mewn cwestiwn. cc Dywedai Cheyne fod yn gymaint camwri i ddir- in mygu beirniadaeth ag ydoedd ei ofni; yr oedd ofn m yn anfri Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Parliament, -so far as he knew, who had seriously;- r publicly, and at length discussed the Tsar's Rescript:- 15, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, S.W. DEAR MR. STCAD,-I fear I shall not be able to attend your ineeting on Sunday afternoon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "na thiaddod- wyd' yn eich rhifyn diweldaf, yr wyf yn dywyllach fyth. Beth a olyga p cyntaf wrth orchfygu Driver, Cheyne, &c. Dan bwy amgylchiadau y gallwn ddychmnygu am ein " crytiaid" pregethwyr yn cael gala arnynt i vmandcl o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Damecan- i:w-li v(Iy\i erefydd, ac nid oes ond gA-allaniaetfl aizllra\\ nliwlig Critionogaeth a chrefyddau eraill ! 'Nil. ])yvia eiriani Proffeswr Cheyne mewen pre- -oi ili daiiladllidodd v-n didiweddar yn Rochester:- Tlie ulidft-renlee het\ ween Christianity and tine other lligiofn ii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, St John's street road. Mr DUer, ilnigh-tbridge, Horse and Land Agent. Dil Prentice, Ebrsiy tr-cet, Pimnlico, Lpihslsterer. Mr Greenwav, Cheyne walit, Cherlea. 'TfElU Et1teUCf' 0E' TflI CALAiL'OtUS STATE 'I O' MANUFACTURE. TO WHOl'YISALE DEALERS and FAMILIES.-A. Quantity' oflMANUFACelPtEiD GOODS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 17th ult. John Smith, Esq. of Sackville street, Piccadilly, in the Slot year of his age. In Upper Cheyne row, Chelsea, of a decline, in the 17W1M Tear of her age, Ellen, eldest daughter of the late Arthur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rejected - - - - -s Considered inadnmnsible - 60 Benefactions are received by John Camden Neild, Esq. the Treasurer, Cheyne walk, Chelsea; also by Messrs Drummond, Charing Cross; Messrs Heries and Co. St James's street- Huares, Fleet street; Whitmore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. On Thursday, Mr Verner and Mr Nath, undertook to ride a race in the Sherborne Spa-walk, Cheltenham ; the former gentlemali ran against a carriage with such force, that his horse fell dead on the spot, Subscribers-only content

 

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