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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £50,00., in £100. shlares. Crookos and Co., eapital £8,000., in £10. sltares. Expenditure Redoemption Bunk, capital £U00,000., in £5. shares. Gilgarran Coal, capital £20,000., in £50. sharos. Gorleston and Southdown Gaslight and Colie, capital £2,5)O., in £10. shares. Groveo Mill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mileage of the company's lines have been made-vi2., Norton bralinih extension, 2 miles 1i3 ehalus, opeued 25th t April * Gilgarran breneli (jointly with the Funiess iawIay Conipany), 13 miles 11 chmins, opened :rul May ; Merthyr t extension, i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, Darley-strescl. Bradtorel. G 200-43 toLET.-To LET, for sesch a term of years 111a.I be agered on, else FARM of Gilgarran, in the pariah of il5:StLete~u, Cumssberlanid. Thss form consisits of nearly 400 acres as-able lall, scelt dt-5itsesl enclosed, anld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to LEiT.-To LET, for such a term of years ~ r XI noi may be agreed on, the FARMI of Gilgarran, in the pariah osf Deal time qu~it. ilgrmn n itute ayonmiesfrm Waiehyen ad Div frmWrkninatbt o hc teear odmakt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., of Hinxton; and John Slack, Esq., of Soham. CuMsBEsRAND.-Sir George Musgrave, Bart., of Eden-hall; James Robertson Walker, Esq., of Gilgarran; and Fletchville Lawvson Ballantine Dykes, Esq., of Daventry-hall. CHcESHIRE.-Charles Lawton, Esq., of Lawton; John Tolle-' mache, Esq., of Tilstone-lodge; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 10 December 1829

    Westpembroke & Estpembroke ac ballivam de Dougledy Rous & Kemeys ac medietatem passagii de Burton castrum villam & dfiium de Gilgarran cu membris & ptin suis quibusenmq, dominia & maSia de Emlyn Memordyve Dinymbriam ac forestam de Kenendryfi castru dfiium Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 10 December 1829

    414. G. Galtresse, Sutton in, dominium, &c, 398. Gauia, 51. Gayton maner', &c, 395. Gestyngthorp maner', 72. Gilford, tollein, 414. Gilgarran castrum, &c, 344. Gillcrosse hundred, 415. Gillyng dominiurn, &c, 398. wapentag', 398. Gippewic' portus, 69- villa, 259, 268, 371, Subscribers-only content

    The thirty-eighth annual report of the deputy keeper of the public records., 1877

    possessions of tho late monastery of Towkesbury. 5co Memoranda Boll, 29 Eliz., Trinity, No. 124. Itepair of the weir in Gilgarran. Possessions of Edward Jones, of Cardigan, attainted. John Trevor, of Trevallyn (Cardigan). Possessions of Edward Bontlcy, attainted. Purolmso of Subscribers-only content

    Ninth report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. [23 February, 1848.], 1847

    Coydrath, constable and steward of the castles, towns, and lordships of Haverford West, (with the office of butler there,) and Gilgarran, steward of the lordship of Llanstephan and Trayne, for life. Appointment of Richard Williams, one of the doorwards of Subscribers-only content

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