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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ychydig ddyddiau yn ol, ond deallwn na fuyr un o honynt fyw fwy na dau ddiwrnod. Mae Mr. Edward Bate, Kelsterton, wedi ei ychwan- egu at restr heddynadon Sir Fflint. Mae Mr. Bate yn Rhyddfrydwr, ac yr oedd o'r blaen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OARtNARVONSIIIRIS,--Francis William Alexander Roche, Esq., of Portmnadoe. DENssciisIiSiitE.-Henry Davies PocBin, Esq., of Bed- nant Hall, Eglwysbach. PLINTSIIutE.-Thoinas Bats, Esq., of Kelsterton. CAM 0sR{IANSIII5iEX,-Tudor Crawshay, Fsq., of Bonvil. stono House, Cardiff. MInlucNxaFTvcSSIIIt:.-Colonel Edward Evans Lloyd, of Msel-y-Garnedd, Bala, 'IIOSTeuOslaEILysitiicti.-Charlos Whitley Owen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmingham. r -Open class-Dogs and bitches, not over ?lb.: Mrs .Foairecr Docs-Open class-Dogs and hitches): let, l: Mr T.- Bate, Kelsterton, Flint (Norwegiian bear and elk z.hound); 2nd and 3rd, Mr R. Sprengel, Colinton, Mid- V. lotbisix(Bsqnimaux). r- Tss'e or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prize, £10; third prize, £5, First, John Cheers of The Ifougl Barrow, Chester, Britain's Wonder, blaick; bred by Mr. Cogs3ewll, Kelsterton, lints,; s. British Wonder (27S.) Second, Abram Bri.-e Foecir, of Canwell Hall, Tam. worth, Staffordshire, Cauawell, brown; bred by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    however, in no sezgse em- ] barrassed by contemplating the present political crisis-for crisis it really is. There resides at Kelsterton, in Fhintsbire, a Mr. Frank Miles, who fancies he has discovered a scheme for " squash- f iug" Parnell Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, December 1669, 01 December 1669-31 December 1669

    Tho. Hodgkin, of Croydon, co. Surrey. John Carlton, of Addington, co. Surrey, Robert Mawer, of Westminster, and Thomas Powell, of Kelsterton, co. Flint, for 7,650 l . similarly due for rent of the farm of Hearth money in the Dominion

    Index, K, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    (Irish quit rents), 492, 915, 1004. -, Mr., prisoner in the Fleet, 10. Kelsey , Thomas (pardon), 1049, 1219, 1273. Kelsterton (Flint), 306. Kelyng (Keeling), Sir John, Chief Justice King's Bench, 73. Kemp , John son of Nicholas, 735, 911,

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