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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pen4 r odedig a ddaeth, ac yr oedd Mr. Williams, yno *n hefyd. Tut'rprydnawn, pan yr oedd- Mr Wil- I, Hams, Mr. Jones, yn1 nghyda, nr N.r. Morgaq Watkins, o'r gymydogaeth, gyda'u gilydd yn y l parlwr, curwyd wrth' y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o :B~igion H maam wYnMp D ya yn Adda;,: aii Gyfodi yn-'Nqkgu.: Gan- Morgan Rhys. "Aberystwyth: iArgraffwyd gan E. Wil. Hams. .Pris 6fh. Yr argrafflad diweddaraf, diwygiedig, o lymnau melyslon ao- efengylaidd Morgan"Rl hBys' y'yw hwn,. dan olygiad W. Williams, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac ewch ar ei ol,fcIDafydd gynt ar ly how anr arth agymerasant oen o'i braidd,acachubwch ef, ganoei ddwyye oL. MaeWil- Hams y cenhadwr yn adradd am yatorm. a'i eyfarfu, ar dynion cedd gydag'ef, 'ond cawsast eo dwyn ' ogofa. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ystod y cyfairfod gan Mri. Peter Edwaids, G. Eames, D. J. Griffiths, -T. B. Jones, ac E. E. Wil- y Hams, a Barrow; a chan Mri. David Robert,, a J. Ll.. a Jones, a Millom. Admrddodd Mr. D. J. Griffiths1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    codi oddiar ddarlleniad iystadegau, Ile y gwelidfod-lUeihad.o filoaelodan wedi: 1.cymeryd lle yn Sir Forganwg, so yr oedd Mr. Wil- i Hams,; Abertawe, yn ofiai fad hyn i'i briodoli i gynydd yr iaith Saesneg yn y sir, -a chenymn ninau ddim Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pawlett Economic history

    for leases of pasture in the Hams were between £8 and £21 an acre. 2 Embanking, sometimes after deliberate breaches to prevent more serious damage, continued 3 and new closes south of the Hams comprised 150 a. added to the

    Pawlett Local government

    ditches 81 and by 1936 the parish had its own water board to supervise drainage and freshwater irrigation of the Hams . The board also appointed a herdsman and shepherd. It was absorbed into the Bridgwater and Pawlett drainage board

    Pawlett Pawlett 1840

    Hill has yielded evidence of occupation from the Roman period, and there may have been a Saxon site in Pawlett Hams . 97 Pawlett village, the name of which was that of an 11th-century estate 98 and may refer to

    Parishes Lea Marston

    it the church lies in among the trees at the north end of Hams Park , which occupies most of the southern part of the parish. Hams Hall , the 18th-century seat of the Adderley family, has in recent years

    Parishes South Petherton The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul , South Petherton

    the 1880s there was much new building at Little Petherton and elsewhere, and 20th-century development includes dwellings at Stoodham , Hams , and Summer Shard . 57 In the 1770s the town was said to contain 'nothing remarkable'; 58 the

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    thing may be inserted there. There was a certain Jew who had a tender affection for- Westphalia Hams : under the name of Hams he abhorred them as a true Jew ought: but he called them Stock-fish, & with the


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