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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    METZ. 10 Mynegir fod ail ymosodiad y Ffrancod r y 7fed, nt ar ol iddynt wthio y blaenwyiwgr Prwsiaidd o Cour. Y celles, wedi gorfod encilio yn ol drachefn, pryd y m yewd nifer fawr o honynt yn garcharorion. Nid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wrholesale and retail, in bores price 71d., is. ljd., and 2s. 94, eaet. byG(. WEILP TOSr &; 8o1f 8, Crane Cour, Fleet Street, L~ondons < and way.~e had of all Chemists and iMedicine. Vengs, tiest ooipt ~ s @1,ie@c" I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y LLYFR HYMNAU SAXSNEG.A Yr oedd yn hyfrydwol mawr genym ddeall, oddi. wvrth yr adroddiad a gyflwynwyd yni yGymanfa Gyffedinol, fod yn agos.i dair milo'r argrafflad Rleiaf o'r Ilyfr uchod wedi eu gwierthiln mewn liai o lawer us blwyddyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysgrifenm y nodiadaa benhniadol ar bob ym- n- geisydd. Tra yr oedd y beirniaid yn parotoi eu )r. nodiadaU, caaodd Cour Hlyfrydle yr anthem, " Moeswch od i'r Arglwydd." Traddodwyd y feirniadaeth ar yr 'iyfforddwr' gan y Parch. T. Roberts. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lltiup2bbiofl TffrcI1illol P;lv - - I (17I CYnhaliwOd cyfarfod o'r Gyymdeitbas Wrth-geth wasaidd yn Llundsin. yr wythnos dd:vweddaf, i brotestio yn erbyn y fiasnch mewn caetbion syd I yn , cael ei chirio ymlaen yn y rhanau hyny o Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 1, page 17 (1570)

    ¶ The names of the Martyrs in this booke conteined, namely such as haue suffred most terrible Martyrdome for the fayth and hope they had in the redēption of our Lord and Sauiour Iesu Christ, frō the first beheadyng

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rufford

    where there was a 'hyngand brigge' over the Douglas ; for paving the roads and repairing the 'bridges called the Cour bridge, the Fisher tree, the market bridge in Croston , the bridge called South brook bridge next Croston ,

 

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