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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1, n Craumer Street, Bootle, Birkenhead, Seacombe, a Rock E 'y Ferry.-Y Parehn. E. Davies Llanerehymedd; E. _4 y Mathews, Ewenny; Ebenezer Bowen, Cilgeraint; S yr J. H. Symond, Wrecsam ; Roger Edwards, Wydd- us grug; Dr. J. Harris Jones, Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Matthews, ond ni chlyw- soch chwi Edward Matthews, neu fel y gelwid ef gan lawerEdward Matthews,Penllin, ac wedi hyny Ewenny. Nid wyf am ddweyd ei fod yn fwy nac yn well y pryd hwnw, ond yr oedd yn well Subscribers-only content

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    ; Evan Rees, y PorthCiwl, a Ean John, Pil; MriEvan Jones, D. r- Jenkins, a Thomas Arthur, y tri o'r Ewenny, yn nt aelodau o'r C. le. Gosodwyd Eel y C. M. ar bump nnodyn loop yr uJ, i eglwya Subscribers-only content

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    Kenchester 29 £ £ Penderyn 26 116 Trehill 26 28 Baduchaf 21 35 Llandaff 21 37 54 Heoltredwr 23 11 Ewenny 27 32 Glynogwr 23 20 Babell 27 15 40 Casbach 24 21 Risca 23 19 Lianmartin 28 32 Burry Subscribers-only content

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    where they were kept during the following day, Lewis having been directed to secrete himself, so that the paribsioners of Ewenny might not receive any intelligeice of what was goitg onl. About twelve o'clock in the night of Suitday, they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vicar of Golden- , '\; 'icar of Ccluvich. Staffordshire - patron, Bishop of Licl1field. Prev. Johu Jones, Ml.A., li--c.r of Ewenny', End end; I IC zsa tsk-patroni the J3isbop of Llandaff. Rev. Vivian 1'- dwell Lenoard, 3.A', vicar of Astley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3Bangor. -Jetrom RE.C . 3. ; Assistant Chaplain to the londzva i IIosti it.e Jonres 1fev. John, M.A., Vicar of Ewenny, Bricsnd n-acar or Llangwm, near Usk. Patron, the Bishop of Lian la£t. Latntlert R'v. James Iilev, M.A., Rector of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ChuLrch, by the lRev. H. G. or~nirngton, .K,> assisted by the . Rev. Ti. D. p-an. ?1. A.,. V~icar of Ewenny, Costlaoneth, George 3mogro~or, Wa~kiva, Florida, to argar~etJosephine. eljr-,t suaughter of Colotiel Turber silL, of Gwveny Priory, G~lamorgan. . U'COYNELL-WVHITE-December Subscribers-only content

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    There are no other beqitests containedl il rie t ill. The will of Lienteniit-Colotel Gervais Powell Tall- .ervill, KlI., of Ewenny Ahbey, Glairorgaishlile was proved in London on the 12th lest, by the execetors therein appointed-ntitn-Ay, Sir Geoige Letweit Glyn, Subscribers-only content

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    . s' l NTS El - on Jones, of Hartsheath Park,'Es t r LMoAGA.su4 -GUrrvas. Po'well Turbervill, of 1 I Ewenny AbbeyBridgend, Esq. | oeNGOMIolsHIi-.Charles Jones, of Gfrttmill, Esq. MaasoIyX3THr3slna-Henry Richardson, of Aberbir nut, c ssiEM oxiSHiis---John Hareourt Powell of Subscribers-only content

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    s Old Macher Perish Ohutch, Old Aberdeen, per Sir. .LSeark 6 14 0 Weedon, 11ev. .1. H. Hunt........................? 16 Q Ewenny, Glemorgan, Rev. D, Ed'vsrda...............2 6. 0 Sopwonth, Wills, Rev. A. C Ataslis.................it iv' S Prestwsod, near Groat Miesendoit, Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    give a laughable solution to his mysterious disappearance. It appears that, by pure mistake, he had baptised a child at Ewenny, which should have been baptised at Merthy rmawr, or vice versa- that, on finding his mistake and without at Subscribers-only content

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    NOMINATION OF SHERIFFS FOR THE ENSUING YEAR. The following is a list of the names, as it appeared iv the Gazette of Friday : - Bedfordshire. Wm. Dodge Cooper Cooper, of Toddingfoo, Esq. William Stewart, or Tempsford Hall, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday Mr. Francis Robert Crawshay, a Glamorganshire magistrate, was fined £5 and oosts for spearing a salmon in the river Ewenny in July last. The action was brought by the Ogmore Fishery Board, and the defendant, through his solicitor, admitted Subscribers-only content

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    thajga-üble to their hamlet, and David Lewis, a pauper^chargeable to the parish of Ewenny. It appa^ared that in May, 1831, David Lewis, who resided at Corutown Ewenny, was about to be married to a woman named Phil- lips, the banns Subscribers-only content

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    From the LONDON GAZETTE of February 11, 1851. m Foreign-Office, Fes. 11, 1331. Notification. It is hereby notified, that Viscount Palmerston, her Ma- jesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, has received from Sir Stratford Canning, her Majesty's Subscribers-only content

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    Brick Bridge; Wednesday, Bound Oak, Farley Hill; Friday, Bye Common; Saturday, Bed Lodge, Swinley, 11. Glamorganshire- Monday, The Keeper's Lodge, Ewenny ; Friday, Dynanpowiss, 11. Gosling-, Mr.- Monday, Thorley Wash; Wednesday, Elsenham ; Saturday, Ardeley Wood En J, 11. Grafton's, Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Francis Robert Crawshay, a Glamorganshire j magistrate, was fined £5 and costs for spearing a" salmon jin the river Ewenny in July last. The action was brought by the Ogmore Fishery Board, and the defendant through I his solicitor Subscribers-only content

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    TRE EARTHQUAKE IN WALES. The latest reports from the scene of the earthquake in the Rhondda Valley statethat much excitement and alarm prevails throughout the district, as further shocks of earth- quake are feared. At Cwmavon and Aberavon the Subscribers-only content

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    ;;i<-eii and brown. Among thij articles were china cati r.iiJ -logs, copied from o!ii ornaments in ccttaces, and the faincui Ewenny viz*, arid vawi.-i stamped before burning ' with real ferns. Lady Windsor presided at this stall. Mrs. . Yun.ibies Subscribers-only content

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