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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y CYBYDD. Hen wesyn dihynawsedd-yw 'rrybydo Wr cibog a rhyfedd; Mola ben aur melynwedd, A'i ddyrus bwn i ddrws bedd. Froe ganol. DFINIOaLFRY2S. ER COF AM Mr. WILLIAM DAVIES, Meddyg, mwb Mr. a Mrs. Davies, Glan y wern, Dyffryn Ardudwi, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    #63 ? bbion lggltopsig. Y mae cyllid blynyddol Eglwys Loegr yn 5,000.000op. Dywedir fod eglwys y gweitbgar Mr. Spurgeon yn rhifo pedair mil wyth gant a thri.ar.ddeg o aelodau -y liosocaf, yn ddiarmea, yn y deyrnas. c Dywed y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'r don a'i gorddwy,- E theilltion ddaifr holltel 'n ddwy, Adre' rhodiodd drwy'r adwy. *Yn Salem wen moswyliodd '-ar rasol Froe yr Iesn hunodd, Pi had'fyd ai phyd a fodd Yn hedd-y man ddymunodd. Cymerodd ei hymddatodiad le ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and find it, without exception, the most pleasant and effectual means of administering thatremedy. (Signed) J. ELLxIS EDWARDS, M.R.C.S., L.S.A. Froe D. Astlioey, Plhatrsraciess, Carsdif, Sept, 14th, IPlease forward immediately double the usual quantity of your " Quinine Bitters," The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sales by Messrs. W. Dew & Son. MERIONETHSHIRE. SALE OF VERY DESIRABLE FREEHOLD UPLAND FARM, IN THE PARISH OF LLANELLTYD, NEAR DOLGELLEY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY ESSRS. WM. DEW AN¢D SON, at the 11LION HOTEL. DOLGELLEY, on Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Provisions, flesh, fish, etc.

    Queen's pleasure for granting a licence to kill flesh in Lent to John Scrogge, butcher, at the suit of one Froe Gilham, an attendant upon Her Majesty. The number of butchers to be appointed being already full, and the liberty

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 234, November 1590, 01 November 1590-30 November 1590

    Holland and Zealand to Lord Burghley. Praying for a warrant to Sir Martin Frobisher to restore the ship the Yonge Froe, brought into Plymouth by young Martin Frobisher. Nov. ? 38. Petition of Michael Leman to the Council. Solicits restitution Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K

    480; in Ireland, 165. Julich (Juliers) [W. Germany ] , 40, 42; ambassador of mentioned, 379. "Jung Frau" ("Damoiselle," "Yong Froe," "Young Frowe") (ship), 122, 510 2. Juries , commissions for, 490. Jurors , 479. proclamation for, 207, 224. Justinian

    Index, F-K

    market at, applied for, 203; order in Council upon, 203 the parish of, infected with the plague, 340 Gilham , Froe, 395, 396 Gilpin , John, 316 Gippes , Richard, 300 Girlington , Nicholas, 146 n Gittins , Nicholas, 440

    Index, U, Z

    [Henry ] , the younger, 355. Yeomen Warders of the Tower , 148 149. Yewart , Mr., 86 87. "Yong Froe." See "Jung Frau." York , 86, 139. letter dated from, 145, 239, 241, 267, 274. archbishop of, "my lord

 

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