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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glaniodd yn Liverpool yn yr agerlong Rwssia, C a phregethodd bareu y Sul canlynol yn y capel Presbyteraidd sydd yn Fairfield. Mawr oedd llawen- ydd yr Urndeb Presbyteraidd yn Llundain o weled yr bybarch ddnweinydd ac athronydd yn en mysg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanystumdwy, ar fab. PRlODASAU COCKBURN-JONBS.-Ar y l9eg cyfisol, yn eglwys Gyu- ulleidfaol Stanley, gan y Parch. G. Lord, Robert Cockburn, Fairfield, Liverpool, ^g Ellen, trydedd fereh y diweddar Mr. Thomas Jones, 22, Mardol, Arnwythig. MOR4AN-JONES.-Ar yr 20fed cyfisol, yn nghapel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old Hall St., Liverpool. Cyfarfod Misol Manchester.-Parch. W. James, BA., 18, Gecil St., Greenheys, Manchester; a Mr. Joseph Ju!nes, 96, Fairfield St., lManchester. * Cyfarfod Missi Llandair.-Parch. Abraham Roberts, a NI,';EG. D., Morgan, Falnnouth R~oad. Cadarnhaw y Cofn odai. Ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C? ^ 1) C IL, " ?j C. t b a U. V 4 Nid ydym yn ysty'ied tia h rain yngyfrifol am syniadau y L-LYFR TONAAU NEWYDD. AT OLYGYDD Y GOLEUAD. Syr,-A fydd rhyw un o ddarllenwyr y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sawl oedd gydag ef gael gafael mewn canghenau j y buaseut wedi boddi. Pa beth a ddywed y Dr. 1 Fairfield, yr. hwn a fu yn wreinidog gyda'r Trochwyr i am dros 25 mlynedd, oud wrth chwilio i mewn i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wilad, am ei hen gartref yn Kong Creek, cynhaliwyd gwasanaeth crefyddol byr gan Dr. D. E. Jenkins, President Parson's College, Fairfield, Iowa; a'r Parch. M. Drew, gweinidog Presbyteraidd, Columbus Junc- tion. Cyrhaeddwyd Long Creek erbyn 12 o'r gloch. Am un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duw a'r Beibl, ac ordinhadau crefydd ynd'do ar yr aelwyd gartref. A dysgodd pan yn gweini yn nhy Ficer Williams, Fairfield, ymroddi i ymddwyn yn dyner a charedig at dlawd a chyfoethog. Fel cynyrch y dylanwadau hyn, tyfod'd Mr. Richards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Newvbouse, Devonshire, pos- sessed of very extensive estate ius that'county, whichi descend to his nephew Jolin Acland' .sq. of Fairfield, omerset. On the 14th ult.. at Bristol Ihot.ells, the Right Hon. the Dowagter Lady Bolton, widow of Thomas Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    printed in I volume tumo. and embellished with a Prolstispiece designed by lwins, and engraved by Horsburglb, 6s. boards, FANNY FAIRFIELD, THE FARMERS DAUGHTEL A F ~~~~~Juvenile Tale. By a Lady. Published by G. & W. B. Wlsittaber, Lossddn; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ptinted 1jt I volumeie iao. and srenbeltisbed with a Prontispiece, ! desipgedby Uwins, asd engraved by liorshasrgh, 6s. boards, )?ANNV FAIRFIELD, 1HE FA:R)ERS DAUGHTER. A Juvevile Tale. By a Lady. liublislied by B. & W. B. Whtittiker, Londonm rmd Oliver Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    toth inst., at Fairfield, Somerset, the lady of Sir Peregrine Palmer Palmer Acland, Bart., of a daughter. On the gth inst., at Minesteed-lodge, Lady Catherine Buckley, of a daughter. MARRIED. On the 8th inst., at Newton Valence, R. Henley Payne, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with her cavern: Hammer-Scar, And the tall steep of Silvei-How, sent 'rth A noise of laughter; southern Loeghrigg heard, And Fairfield answered with a mont The following are Bacon's own words :-" Let it be tried, for the beta of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    st. Southwark. Friday, July 1. BANKtRePTCY ANNJLL.ED-W. H. and E. Heycock, Leeds, cloth manufacturers. 3 BANKRrUPTS. W. Marns, Arbour place, Fairfield, Stepney, rope-manufacturer. [Holt, Fleet at. J. Harmsan, Bristol, jeweller. [Poole & Co. Gray's ion sq. R. Aspinal, Ramsbottom, Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as ' sprightly and blythe' as most people of half their years. We doubt whether there is a couple in Fairfield county who have lived as long together in the bands of wedlock as have this couple. We do not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Westminster, victualler. [Martineaux & Co. Carey at. Chancery lane. H. Benattar, Mogadore, Morocco, merchant.. [Ashurst & Co. Cheapside. S. Knott, Fairfield, Lancashire, corn dealer. [Adlington & Co. Bedford row. W. Williams and J. Jackson, Liverpool, timber dealers. [Taylor & Co.Bedford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    courage, and in their turn made a prisoner of the land-agent cormnand- ing tie invading expedition. The Governor of Maine, Fairfield, has in consequence reinforced the invading army, and Sir John Harvey has made corresponding preparations on the side of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the French was celebrated with unusual pomp in Madrid. AMERICA. New York papers to the 18th ult. inclusive, by the Fairfield, bring no intelligence of the steam ship the President. M'Leod still remains in prison, and there ap. pears not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock), it was resolved that they would turn out, on their way, all the factory hands and other workpeople, at Fairfield and Drovlsden. This determination was .carried into full effect, and considerable damage was done at some of the factories. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heavy gale on the 9th of September, several ships, lying At Table Bay, were driven fin shore. The American bark Fairfield. the ship Johta Bagsha/w, the brigs Reform and Henry Hoyle, the schooner Gthika, and the citter Albatross, were tice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the principal edifices of the metropolis. The Lord-Lieutenant has conferred the appointment of stipendiary magistrate upon Captain J. Kelly, of Fairfield, a Romnan lt'hnlic whlose political principles concide in a great measure with those entertained by a majority of the Subscribers-only content

 

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