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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - gafo~dd y. .Ty a'r, -vwlgd. .6Ytndrechodd farll Ccwleysiarad i'":unperwnu , ond ni'etbodd a myn'd ymlaen ; y mae laril Cowley yn-) nai fab brawd i'rrhen: duc-do ellington, a -bu--ynairr-.yn Genadwr Prydeinig yn Paris, ac yr oedd Arglwydd Clarendon ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn erbyn el blaid. Priododd yn 1835, ac y mae iddo deuln, o ba rai, ei fab hynaf yw Major Owen Lewis Cope Williams, yr Horse Guards, ae y mae merch iddo wedi priodi A.rglwydd Danga, ]ahb hynaf ,&rglwydd Cowley. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn '. galw am fwy o sylw i'r pwnc hwn bob blwyddyn. '] Wrth gefnogi y penderfyniad, siaradai Arehiddiaeon ll, Cowley yn ifafniol sam y gwaith oedd yn myned '. yndaen yno. Ddeng mlynedd ar husgain yn 01 yr hA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y wrdd tNi hleid :. eisioddandol enelod yn erbyn ypeynygz> * i y :Boreii SasbBathe diweddaf,4yunam y Parch; G.7 J Cowley Brown, Eglwys9St Edmud alisbury, ar w wrandsawyr ei esgusodi am ddarllie rbiahmAi'bredetha yrtEgagb J'srmy. Taylor, ohierwvi l"adsy ynhp-lsibl i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25,000p. Y Ymao deieb Yu nal i llawnd gnWOdi n4~ r~~~~k ocolmda6ifAW yddin Now Yor ora addan 'Ir a . Cowley, yr hwa a anfonwyil ir arahra rplant a roddwy PS i'w ofal pan yn banaith II ndfi~ia Yu yildlda Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfrol newydd-y xii.-o'r 'Na- a tional Biography' allan ddiwedd y mis hwn. Ymhlith eraill bydd yn cynwys Congreve, c a Cowley, Cowper, Crabbe, Captain Cook, yra Esgobion Copleston a Cosin, Coverdale a (Miles), y bardd Cotton, a'r hynaflaethydd Syr Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ag un o'i dadleu- )wyr mawyaf gwithgar a difliin. Aelod oedd i dd~echrcul or lFrawdoliaoth Uchel-Egiwysig a el-' wir y 'Cowley Fathers,' ac achosodd 01 ymuniad i ag Eglwys Rhufain saith mlynedd yn ol ychydig o ystwr. Ddwy flynedd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    law pan ar ganol ar- graffu, yn hysbysu genedigaeth mab i Mrs. Ellis,: gweddw Mr. T. E. Ellis, A.S., yn Cowley 'Street, Westminster. Mae'r fam a'r bychan yn dyfod ym- laen yn rhagorol. Mr. Goscombe John sydd yn gwneyd cerflun Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Evans, arolygydd Swyddfa'r 'Gaoluad," Dolgellau, ar fab (cyntaf-anedig). Ellis.-Rhagfyr 19, Mrs. T. E. Ellis, 9, Cowley St., testminster, Llundain, ar fab. (Yinddanghos- odd yr hysbysiaad hwn mewn rhan e'r rhifyn di- * edkat). Rc'oerts.-Rlbagfv-r ]i2fed, priod y Parch. Robert Roberts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    even to Cumberland." 'Yjilw, as to berries, what can be desired beyond the holly plone IvIlich made this frend of Cowley hurst out into a pootj3al rapturO. " We still dress tip both our chttrc ies atiri Anse." says: hie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dudley,-tbeir curious deputation tothe Regent, 422fl Conflagration, General-Ludierous events consequent -on tbe fear of if, 425. Cromwell, his character by Cowley, 457. Corruptions in England, American opinion of their causes, 503% Commerce, English, hostilities against it at Ghent, 531. Castlereagh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    another place, that Cowley latterly slijewed a dislike of women, and would go out of the room if one of them came iB. He aaributes it to a disappoint- mept in Jove,; which is probail1e enough, as Cowley was a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE QUIEEN. ADDREiSSS PIRESENTED AT B1ANDENfURGIT-HOUSE. tier Ma jesty was enggee up tn a 1I to hour on Mon- day in receivin~g Adldresses fronm various prubi boodies. lt beirg lte latL dav for receiving large deputations with Addresses, tho Subscribers-only content

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    Conant. On the ad instant at Peckiam-Rye, 1 *Johin Edward Hogg, aged S6, lute of tie firam offRobterts, Hogg, and Cowley, Cileapside. On Friday week, aged 73, John Loagicy, Esq.Ridt Ma,, atat of the Thames Police Office, and formerly rRecer Subscribers-only content

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    henclies-Nete Monthly Mfagazite. CoCxSEY PoFTs.-Spenser *ras born in Enst Smithfield, Pope in Loin. bard-street, Gray in Cornlilt, Milton in Bread-street, Cowley is Chat. ciry-laine. RESIDENoCE or atNZItNFT MrIE -Durie 1; his last yentrs, ilton lire! i Artillery -pnce, BEuiasill-fields ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are supposed to belong to a great man, and certainly without any extraordinary claim to be considered a good one. Cowley, in his account of Oliver Cromwell, makes it matter of praise fhat a person without any particular advantages, either Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fit over, ie goes on as before, as if nothing had happened. We have Essays i, Prose and Verse, by Cowley (a delightful book) in which the same piece Contains both; but with one exception, they are rather poems with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I Party is the madness of many for the gain of a few.-POS. CORN LAWS. THE last No. of the New Mfonthly Magazine contains a paper by M. SisxosDi on the Corn Laws, which. represents. this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire, tanner. [Wigles- worth and Ridsdale, Gray's inn. J. Dickins and J. Warrick, Plymouth, earthenware.dealers. [Horten Fornival's inn. T. Hardy, Cowley, Middlesex, builder. [Watson, Falcon square. T. Jones, Fetter lane, tavern-keeper. [Willianms, Gray's inn. N. H-arris, Shaftsbury, innkeeper. [Walker, Tincoln's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE THAMES TU NNEL.-The Directors having received numerous assurances of the groat interest excited in the public isniud. and of' the general willingness to support, by VOLUNTARY CONTRII ,XUTIONS, this Undertaking, beg to announce that the Directors will receive, Subscribers-only content

 

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