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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r muriau, ac nid y tu fewn, pe digwyddai i ysgydwad gymeryd ile. YSBE1LIAD BYNOD.-Cheyenne, Wyoming, Rhag. 26. Ataliwyd llythyr-gerbyd Denver, 15 milldir oddi- yma neithiwr, gan ddau ddyn oeddynt yn llawn arfau. Yr oedd dau o deithwyr yn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chtwedl g' ffrous am ddigwyddiad a gym- r-- erodd le yno. Yn ddiweddar llwyddodd carcharien i- i ddianc o garchar Denver, trwy den agelor ye atl ki o'r mariun, ]Dalfwyd yr oil uddieithr an y Hall, a, o. Wilder, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 5OOjt1O; o ddoleri yn arian; ganhynybarnamai&weMepraoae yn llonydd. Gwnaeth haid a geiliogod yrhedyn eu hymidhugos- lad yn -pgos I Denver, Colorado, ddocreoty Y mns presenol, a creodd ddychryn a syndod ywhlithtybobl, Ffurflasant gwmuwl oedd yn tywyllu yr>haul, ac yu, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddwyreiniol, or draws Culfor Behting, Alaska, Columbia Brydeinig, i thaleithiau gorliewinol America, and yr unig le eyfleus i arayllu oedd Denver, Colorado. Yno cyrchodd Du o brif seryddwyr America, ac amryw o'r wlad hon-Mri. Ran:' yard, Lockyer, Penrose, ac eraill. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yu 70 y cant. Cynyddodd poblog. seth Minneapolis, Minn.. o 13,000 i 45,000; St. Paul o 20,000 i 40,000 ; Denver, Col., o 8,000 i 34,000; Kansas City o 82,000 i 66,000; St. Joseph, Mo., o 19,000 o 35,000. Mae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ynghylch y pethan a welodd ac ,r, a glywodd nid yn unig yn Utah, ond yn Chicago a a a Denver, California a Colorado, mwnan Ontario, a y gwylltdiroedd y gorllewin; end y mae pawb a ym. gymero a'r gwaith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    roddi ychydig wrth eu gilydd; a'r pwnc yn. fsyaf neillduol fydd, )zoweliad y Parch. David Saunders, Abortawe, a'i gonedl yn Denver yma, a'r derbyniad a gafodd ganddi. Byr 1 iawn oedd ei arosiad yms, gresyn hyny, ond felly y bu. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bu- weal y mas y Pbh. D.vid F. Jornes, OttVa, Le Sueter Co, Minn. Dyoddefa er's tri me; . . Denver, Col., Ebrill 20.-Tea dwly. wythnos yn ol bn Cyraro- enano o'r enw *rhoios; farw yma *vn dra ay dyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nhy ei ferch a'i fab-yn-nghyfraith-y Parch. W. Roland Williams, Pawnee City, Nebraska Cymerwyd ef yn glaf tra ar ymweliad a Denver gyda Mr. Roland Williams. Nid oes lawn flwyddyn er pan y collasai ei anwyl briod. Yr oedd Mr. Hughes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i Colorado. Yn Denver, Gorph. lOfed, y pregethodd ei bregeth olaf eddiar y testyn: "Canys ni fernais i mi wybod dim yn eich plith, ond Iesu Grist, a hwnw wedi ei groeshoelio." Yn y bregeth hon yn Denver yr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oychwynodd ef a minau ar cin taith genhadol Mehefi 28ain. Yr oedd yr oin bwriad Ymweled ag egiwysi Cynore& Ney., Denver, Col.,a gPost Yulre, M Tremt Springs, Neb. Cawsonr amser da oriah El A pregethu ein dau, a gweiyddu yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool; Dr. Aveling, Black- heath; Dr. Franklin Johnson, Prifysgol Chicago; Dr. McConnell, New York; Rabbi Hirsch, Chica-. go; Deon Hart, Denver, Colorado; a Dr. Charles :W miot, llywydd Prfysgol H-aWard. l1 Rhodldodd Mr. Young rybudd ar y lWfed o'r mis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of alpuptety, ead expired immedatel. Tie deease wanaboo 45 eausof age, arid IIas kit a a.dsow On Thetruday su'rnigtst, at Denver, Norfolk, Mr. William Smithl, who was ror nearly 30 years galrdener to J T Deriug Esq. t his deull Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eiveu at the diserent metropolitanr police offices of the murder of Hamnah Alarltiehd, a *widow, residieng at a. place called Denver, near Norwich, who was found nan Tufsday nmorning, the 3d u'stant, wish her throat cat nearly from ear to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Armagh; R ichard, Arch- bishop of Dublin;* Archbishop William Crlly, Archbishop David Murray, John Rely Eafrl of Dsnsughmore, Bishop Crnelins Denver, Henry Paken- ham, &c., to be Commsissisners, &c." This was (and was so deemed) a royal recognition of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Mr Ferguson, on returnine home (it is believed in a state of intoxication), proceeded on the line from the Denver station, and was knocked down by a passing rain and killed. The accident was not perceived by the eagitinatl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Representsatives, had been appointed to succeed Governor Walker, and General heaLver, Coimtmiissioner of Indian Affairs, would supersede Mr Staniton. Gelierall Denver was in ;Ken-as, and would eitter upon the duties of ti, new office as soon as the special messenger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the metropolis, superscribed I Denver, Nova Scotia', and a distinguished barrister, his friend and cor- respondent, possibly Mr Lightwood's friend, Mr Eugene Wrayburn, would persist in placing Denver in the State of Kansas. At Denver this seemed more ridiculous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wirtz in the conspiracy. In other respects the specifi- cations are the same as previously published. Judge Hughes, and Messrs Denver, Shade, and Peck, counsel for Wirtz, after protesting against the unusual character of the proceedings, then retired from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    take instant rank as leaders in their tribes. After sketching Denver,. its chief man, William Gilpin, founder of.Colorado and Governor Elect, 'and the bold Bob, chief executive officer of Denver, Robert Wilson, sheriff auctioneer, and justice-. of the peace, Mr Subscribers-only content

 

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