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    Bsrgoed, New Tredegar, m. Varteg- (:arn Fsch, Nantyglo North Rises, Nazareth, y Poetygof, Park Place, 'redegar, Casbach, Cendl, a gy Hollybush, i gael eu gosod o fleen pPwylgor y Genhad- bo aeth Gartrtfol. penderfynwyd rhoddi Ilythyr i'r Parch. bu W. Subscribers-only content

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    udgorn wrth ei fin, lir i ddeffro Methodistiad cvsglyd y Cyfundeb, i er ddarparu ar gvfer yr ardiloedd hyn,-Risos, rn Hollybush, Rock, Blaenafon, Penycle a Wadn- Id lwv d, Plts Newydd, Tredegar; Rhymni, New- f- bridge, Crymlyn, Bargoed; Cymydogaeth Aber- Subscribers-only content

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    of Huntley freight ship, for embarkation to Quebec. UNtFOR3M PENNY POSTAGE.-On Tuesday evening a public meeting was held at the Hollybush Tavern Hampstead, to consider the propriety of petitioning parlia- ment for a uniform penny postage, as proposed by Mr Subscribers-only content

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    Mr Brugh were going in a gig on Sunday night to Pout-y.pool, when they were stopped between Cross-y-ceily and the Hollybush by a number of armed men, who compelled them to accompany their party to the Machine near Newport, where Subscribers-only content

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    street, Westminster. On Saturday a second drinking fountain was completed at Hamp- stead, at the corner of Heath street and Hollybush hill. This fountain is the first of six which are intended to be erected at Hampstead, in Belsize lane, Subscribers-only content

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    the late Dr hfatt hew Baillie, died on the 27th ult., at Hollybush, Hamp- stead, in her 101st year. SIR HEDWoRTrt WILLIAMSON, Bart., died on the 24th ult., at Whitburn Hall, Durham, in his sixty-fourth year. He married, in 1826, Subscribers-only content

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    l6s. in the pound paid; the United Service Company (Limited), second dividend of 29. in the pound, making i5s. paid; Hollybush Colliery and Coke Works (Limited), fourth dividend of Is. in the pound, making 18s. 6d. paid; Blayiz Tin Streaming Subscribers-only content

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    stieet was a private one, awl ti, Bohrd could not deal with it.-Au offer fromn Mr. olod croft, of the Hollybush Farm, for the removal of ri~llt soil, was acoepted.-Dr. Weaver, medical officer, rs0056 54 births and 21 deaths during Subscribers-only content

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    Yesterday afternoon as inquest was held at the Hollybush lun, Ifurley, near Atr- s'iae, be'orv -';r -A. i, qz. e C fi7 DNorth %Warwiehs3i r, o;. i bo bd' of tL .& _ di ¢5) .ifC.o, George Hlli, a LI,no.orr Subscribers-only content

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    17, Bourttoa Wood; SItrtIr, 18 Corlbury Park, at 12. LEDisurY,-This day, March 17, Ketford Bridge; MonadY,' Stanley 11.11; Wednesday, 22, Hollybush, at 10.45; Frid1y4 ; Highloadon Green (11.30). -LIL)oLw.-Thlisa day, March 17, Sbakenhurstrt Tuesd&0Li Bircher Common ; Friday, 2.4, Bltterley Subscribers-only content

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    hems protruded itself through the sedienentasy strata exposed on each side of it. There was a pleasant walk up the Hollybush Pass to Midsummer Hill, on which is a plainly defined old camp, possibly of early British, and, at all Subscribers-only content

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    day night. It appears that John Smith, a puddler, resid- ing in Derby Street. Smalltborne. had been drinking in the Hollybush beerhouse, and left about tell o'clock, for the purpese of proceeding home. He had only got a little waY Subscribers-only content

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    Caer Caradoe will iral he seen the rocks whoeo age waes first determined by Dr. ask Cnllaway, the Qicartzite, the Hollybush Sandstone, and the Shineton Shales. In the two latter of these feossils havo irt. been found at rare intervals, Subscribers-only content

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    ±_ o LET-BUSINESS PREMISMs ITFCTO :. it exensve rotag tosLPaulos Square. NP~~k$T~fentrance in XWaUStreetiYJ lately occupied by lilasr. Iatoifi niOnldero, to Let, entire or parts, at low rents. Would isltr or re build for suitable tenants-Apply, Lovott. 10. udgaelifl3. Subscribers-only content

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    the Local Govern- ment Board, relative to ten appeals made by the owners of property in Park Street, formerly called Hollybush' Street, Spinners ,ane, against apportionments made by the sur- veyor of the Rowley Board for making the above street. Subscribers-only content

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    Follow your Fancy agst Mr. Carla's Coenaught Mr. Smith's Ginger Ale II. egst Mr. COusy's Coppie No. 2. Mr. Holland's Hollybush IL. agst Mr. SpeaCr's StrathtelCIa Mr. Owen's Patrick agst Mr. Porter's Potosi Messrs FPawcett's Full Flight agat Mr. Wilkes's Subscribers-only content

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    Hall wEs granted to Mr. C. T. White.-Mr. G. W. Hobson applied for a sir. days full license for the Hollybush beerhouse, Gorcob Hill, on the Birmingham and Alcester Road, and which had been recently rebuilt. The application was granted. Subscribers-only content

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    but "Zion's Truimpet." "The Earthern Vessel," and a torn copy of Bonnyeastle's "Arithmietic." "Mrs. Hollybush presents her compliments to Miss Pinch- beck, and now that Miss Hollybush has been removed from dliss P.'s charge, I request that you will send Subscribers-only content

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    Brambietye Stakes, e JxZ74EEL or SYDmural; Joc~n Stakes, ArixrEAr BE.- e BOW or BATToN; Summer E~dicap. VASISTAS or VEAu VDOB; Hollybush Stakes. -iy CZA;COLSNE; Dorking Handicap, Tnos. or e Liverpool was well attendcito-day, and some interesa e ing xacin was Subscribers-only content

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    eccnstrmption off the premimes.-The 1 nolice objected to the renewal of the beerhouse I license of Jem Clay, of the Hollybush, Aider- I Lman's Green, Foleshull, on the pround that. be~ I had altered and enlarged his preaises without cit Subscribers-only content

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