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  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial inscriptions, Llandough and Penarth churches and churchyards

    . ] Sacred to the memory of John Paull Minchin late Captain of the 38 th Regiment who died at Kymin in this parish September 15 th 1853 aged 64 years. In memory of Barnaby Robert Insole Esq. of Cardiff

    Custom House Records, Introduction

    the sea on the pebbles of Penarth, the grinding keel of the King's boat as she ran ashore under the Kymin, and the stealthy footsteps of a little party on their way to look for a secret store of rum

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ Jgrifio yr.olygfaam ei bod tuhwn i- bwyntil na thafod i wneyd dim tebyg i gyfiawnder: hi. Ar ben y Kymin mzae t*r; wedi ei godi, yrhwn sydd yn rhoddi benthyg ein hun i'r: bryn iwneyd yr olygfa yn eangach. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BTRMINGIHAM POLICE COURT.-YESTnDAY. Before Ofesa-a. Kymin'shie (Stipandetriy), EMlls, RBicards, Mian-is, end Dry/tin. Tiu ('siucias PREVENTION AC-T.-Willioass Doiss. 1 alias Darts (24), brassfounder, Gough Street, was i charged with loitering about in Windmill Street with the intention of commiting a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cycle agent and repairer, February 23. - GaoaGE H. K. O'CALLAGHAN, Castle Square, Ludlow, surgeon, February 20. WVL&SaE E. NAP:ue, Kymin Terrre, enartb, latelI Stuart Street Docks, Cardiff, coai agent and coal I merchant, February 22. FnEsUxasc CsLEn'Ts, Bridge Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of all races handicapped to date; at 2S30 p.m., Victor, cut of all engagements; at 3'1S p.m., Avondale, out of Kymin Staeea, Mon. mouth; at 5 55 p.m., Rioter and Gcmee. out of all engagements. 1883; at 6'30 p.m., Prince Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mansion house. The Bridewell and Christ Church Hospital hoys were ad- mitted yesterday to Ihc Mansion House, uccordiog lo annual custom, to see the Egyptian Hall, with the ornaments and decora- tions as fitted up for the dinner Ihe Subscribers-only content

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