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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gorddi yn awn y 11 gerddoriaeth. Yr oedd yno liaws mawr o wahanol a genhedloedd Rwsis, s0 yr 0addynt, Hows o honynt,yu y didynion tlJ, o ymddangosiad boneddigaidd, a'r bonedd g igesa'u yn hynod folly. Dealtais fod ynO zai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weini- dog yr eglwys yn Morfa Nefyn. Penderfynwyd ein bod yn rhoddi y derbyniad mwyaf croesawgar i Mr. G. Parri Hows, gyda'r dymuniadaa gorea am ei gysur a'i ddefnyddioldeb yn ein mysg, a chafwyd gair ganddo o'i deimlad ar ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expected the Ausirian government wou~ld 'at'least promul- gate some Manifesto before il P 4its sqtadrons~- on their peaceful.spil. XIN~etehed infatuaiionri Hows could they expect ip secur6ty that the preliminaryforms of war would be observed by the usurpers of -Italian freedomr.l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    such a vigilant exec'tive, Ireland must be the best managed and h pipest country on the face of the globe. Hows ;tiil the good. people of Iq nn,.cout and all, stare with' sc'pii t the anisounc'mj~ut' ith whtpou rtitudewill they' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    affair, and did ample justice, I assure you, to the prowess of her preux bhevalier, on the occasion. r " Hows like a fool I felt at this moment ! nor did the arch glance, shot from the bright eyes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the season agbirds. Devices of all roIts, in coloured lamps;waiting-the approach wof evening tl be lit up, were also displayed. Hows of mational flags and heral- die banners were stretched across the Strand at several paints, and busts and :portraits Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be the extreme of torture ? But, we further ask, if there is any wisdom in this ci uel proscriptioan? Hows often is it said that the character of public men is public property'? Then, has the public a less Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there should be an inquiry. Mr THOMAS DUNCOMBE had always been told that the poor-law commissioners seore responsible to the Hows Secretary, and the Home Secretary to parliament. But now he told theta that they must not inquire into their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after, and nunlerous have been the attempts to produce a perfect retal that still retain its colour sihen in use. Hows fruitless the attempts have been the public cnonw too well, from the fact that all their purchases have, after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A RAILROAD ECLOGUE. Father. What brought thee back, lad t Son. Father ! the same feet As took me brought me back, I warrant ye. Father. Couldst thou not find the rail? Son. The deuce himself, Who can find Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Storia del Regno di 'ittorio Amedeo II. Scritta da Domenico Carutti- (Story of the Reign of Victor Amedeus IL Written by Domenico Carutti.) Turin, 1856. It is difficult to imagine anything more unsatisfactory than the intellectual Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thereof to flow or pass into the river Thames, or return within the limits of the jurisdiction of the board.-Tr Hows seconded the amendment, because, amongst other reasons, the proposed outfall would be highly offensive and injurious to many rising Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and SON respectfully cal] 2 to -heir large and we~llassorted Stock ot IRe newest fabrics are combined witb .LJIc Cldo hnt fSasioflable designs, and the best wvork. ", Ro tons lag ndwl-noreSoko Mete 11fosts ard Sore give particular attention Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the whistling crane; The wild fowl fly through sunset sky; The sweet juice fills the cane. fron the tyrant proud Hows long shall virtue flee ? The lightning loves the evening cloud, And I love thee. * * * * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    =la. Inspector W~illis : Yes, bnt they don't catcli, the sfor the fla, air. (Langlhter.) The Coroner (to the mother): Hows many people sleep in the room you sleep in ? The Bittorlco Mother: Ossly me and my husband, sir. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alliance W-ill hbs a far seonrer link of enlilectioli then any prbseiide of subordlination horne with I gi'silgint~ and discositent."1 Hows delusive nhero these hopes v tins 'Yearsi thlat follow show. Whalen Mr. Lechey comes to 5 Wrifte his next Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1077 I MONDAY NEXT; October 9. by Auotion. Vr Q.Y BARBR 1a& SON, at Wellington Smithfield, at d 110 1O'Titmid6tvt Hows EiFERS. arnd OXEN. 3MO P, me Feb SHEEP and LAMBS. le40 Bacon. Porket. end Store PIGSS,'Snd CALVES, &ec. 1169 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Han. G. Macfarlane, B. H. Thornliill, Thfsmag Dawoson, Charles Maelver, David Tollemache,- R. 3. Do Wormcs, I~aion Macnagisten, B. Toileinacise, Hows IV. Dickson,3Major A. G.MaCarthy, Justin Tottnhlans; A. L. Digby, Col. Eion. E., -MCoan, James C. T~ler,, Sir 11' -V. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EiAfTAL-P1ERCING.-Xight' aire Press Tools;, good condition hIn a TJ Fries 60a.-Blinctoo, 16, Bgrgata Place, Meosely 1Road, 04172 h _5ffNwiNUB AOHI~IE (Hows, hand), only siscd few times. Hes. Cioat ~3' 44-6, Worcester Street. c3906 3 N3~2OtNE and Boiler (8-horse boalnl for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ElohAnoter Qss ghtrs funed: ley. c709 C goFs er' pository acid Exchange, Dudley. o8729 'IARINIONIUK (1V, rosws reeids. 75oe, Two Hows, 6 guineas. Hi MussI e-Fisher's Repository ajid Exchange, Dudsley. c8709 OIUM, beauirul torte; neanly new. Only £6.-J. Cutler. H Subscribers-only content

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