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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac ysgwyd lHaw hyd fon braich; ac n os digwydd iddo fod yn ffair Aherffrawy mis nesaf, neu yn fair Gwalchmai y Nadolig, deued i farchnad y gwartheg fel y eaflobrcfi gwirionedd hyn. Yroedd yn ddaiawn genyf glywed y dinc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Parc. Griffith Williams, Llanfachraets. Cyfarcbard I y gynolleida gaOn y PaHchedigion Robert HEughes, Gacr- I wan ; David Roberts, Gwalchmai:. Ezeciel Jones, ian- Y faethlu (Bedyddiwr) EHugh Jcnas, Amwech; James i Donna, Llargefni, Jehol Roberts, Tai hen; a diweedd- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ha clydnabod i'r ysrifenydd. ar y Green yn yr adfa hana. Eisteddai wrth. ochr cyfaill mynwesol iddo-y diweddar Barch. Humphrey Gwalchmai, 'ir Drefaldwyn, yn led agas at yr areithfa.. Rywbryd yn yAtod y bregeth sibrydai y personnhwnwwrth ei gyfaill, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eyhoeddi i'r boll eglwys fod ynghyd ynddi. Neilidnwyd ir gwaith cyhoeddus y i arched gion Richard Williams. Gosen; David Roberts, Gwalchmai; John Pritchard, Amlwcb; Richard Jones, Nebo; David Owens, Closygraig, Caer. fyrddin; John Roberts, Taihen; John Isaac Hughes; H4enry Solomon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymostyngari ewyllys ei Dad, gan roddi d ei bwys ar yr Iawr.-Llongyferchwyd ein brodyr ieu- [ aine Mr. William Edwards, Gwalchmai, Owen Owens, r Elim, a Richard Williams, Gosen, ar eu llwyddiant mawr yn yr Arholiad Cymdeithasfaol diweddaf, y tri Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Schedule of place names, A - F

    Schedule of place names A - F Schedule Of Place-Names. ABBOT'S LAND, The; otherwise the Back. A tenement in the manor of Roath-Keynsham; situate on Roath Moor and belonging to Pengam (1702, 1703.) ADAM'S-CROFT. Fifteen acres of land at

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