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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pay the cot and expenses of such alterations, Revs'Dvd oe and John Pugh were appointed to visit the friedh ait Grangetown, and incorporate them int a c ahrc in | connection with the Presbytery. Rev. D. C. Edwars, wsapinted to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being present, were received members of the Presbytery. The Rev. John Pugh reported that a church was formed J at Grangetown on the 21st January, with a membership e of 64. The Rev. J. M. Lloyd, and Councillor Jno. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awr T reer, wedi myyned i Gaerdydd, i gymeryd gofal an o centres an. pwysicaf y Forwcard Movemrent yno, set Grangetown. D: H. Tra yno bwriada fanteisio ar ddarlithiau y Medical dd gion Facuity yn y Coleg, gyda'r amcan o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ganol y bobi y mae yn llafurio yn eu mysg. Os wyf yn cofio yn iawn, y mae yn Grangetown boblogaeth o rhwng 14,000 a 15,000, ac i fesur mawr y mae wedi ei gadael heb un ddarpariaeth neillduol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y trefniadau. Y mae yr andeb yn gynwysedig o'r eglwysi canlynol:- Frederick St., Clifton St., Plasnewydd, Cowbridge Rd., Clive Rd., Grangetown, ac East Moors. Y mae y pedair diweddaf yn orsafoedd y Forward Movement. Cynhelir y cyfarfod cyntaf yn Frederick Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1885-7

    render assistance on Sunday when the Company's private toll-gate was set up on the new road between Bute Docks and Grangetown, as he was apprehensive of a breach of the peace. He promised to comply, but did not do so.

    Ministers' Accounts, Introduction

    recites a Lease made by the Abbot to Lewis ap Richard, of the Grange near Cardiff, from which the modern Grangetown derives its name. Allusion is also made to the granges of Roath and Cardiff, wherein the Abbott collected his

    Miscellanea, Rentals and surveys

    Lambert Bishopric of Llandaff. Monastery of Neath. Monastery of Margam. Rental of possessions there. Archdeacon. Proxies. The Moor Grange (at Grangetown). Parish of Roath. Rental there renewed the 8th day of October in the first year of the reign of

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1879-81

    Crier, deceased.) November 17. Special. Approves the application of Mr. H. R. Snelgrove to lay down a tramway from Lower Grangetown to Splotlands. December 8. Special. Mr. W. C. Hurley, the Manager of the Tramway, has agreed to convey the

    Council Minutes, 1872-76

    a bridge over the canal. For acquiring the rights of the Right Hon. Baron Windsor and his Trustees, in the Grangetown sewer. For the removal of the existing turnpike gates, and pro- hibiting the taking of turnpike tolls within the


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