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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn yatod y dydd Y Beirniaid oeddynt Ari M Roberts, Towyn ; W Ellis, Foel; R Price, Fronalchan, a J Kynaston. Y MESUR ADDYSG I GYMRU.-Mewn pwyllgor a gynhaliwyd yn y Public Rooms, ddydd Sadwrn di- weddaf, penderfynwyd cynal cyf Subscribers-only content

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    hanfyllin, o'r enw Shon Gwilym, 06 ydym gn codao yn iawn. 1833. Tach. 2.-Gartheryr 10, Cymdy 2, Llan- rhaiadr 6.-Thos. Kynaston. 9.-Gartheryr 10, Cymdy 2, Llan 6.-Mr, Jones (1). 16.-Llanrhaiadr 91, Cymdy 2, Llan '6.-Mr. Evan Griffiths. 16.-Gartheryr 2.-John Evans Subscribers-only content

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    The meeting was held by the parishioners of St. Botolph, Aldgate, and the business wasto oppose the claim ofN r. Kynaston, the lay impropriator of the parish to 2s. 9a. in the poumid for tithe. It seems that this modest Subscribers-only content

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    no means in- lined to entertain any extraordinary respect. We know absolutely more of Betterton and of Booth and of Kynaston, men of a century preceding, than we know of Garrick, and this because of that most delightful book, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wardell, Esq. . 1 10 Charles Keene and Co. I I 0 Way and Locke . . 1 0 0 Kynaston, W. and J. . I 1 0 Thomas Webster, Esq. 1 I0 Thos. LambertandSon 1 0 0 Webster, Gordon, Subscribers-only content

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    popular characters in our elder drama. Hart, the lover of his day, was famous in Amintor, and the handsome boy Kynaston is said to have been a fine Evadne. But it was in Betterton's hands the tragedy became most popular Subscribers-only content

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    Chequer yard, Dowgate hill Cooper, Richard, 6 Stanhope street, Park place Copeland, Wm. T. Esq. New Bend street Corbet, Casltain Kynaston, King street Coster, Captain James, Bucklersbury Coton, Charles M. Sherrard street Cotton, Henry Perry, Park House, Fulham Coulthurst, Henry Subscribers-only content

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    Theophilus Bird, Charles Hart, Michael Mohun, John Lacy, Nicholas Burt, William Cartwright, William Wintershall, Walter Clun, Robert Shatterell, and Edward Kynaston among the chief male performers; and Mrs Corey, Mrs Ann Marshall, Mrs Rebecca Narshall, Mrs Eastland, Mrs Weaver, Mrs Subscribers-only content

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    Cary, of a d&ughter. Xlarriirgc*-fn thts Ist inst., at St Llike's, Lower Nernvood, by the P.ev J. Klynoston, M.A., Wiliian Kynaston, jun., Esq., of B131wIleatet park, to Jane, eldest daiughter of the late William Westhall, Esq., Streatiamn comimon-On the 3rd Subscribers-only content

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    think it best to send you the following statement of the matter:- On Thursday last, the 27th inst., my cousin, Kynaston W. Smith, youngest son of the late Henry Smith, Esq., of Annesbrook, and myself were shooting on the mountains Subscribers-only content

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    and have been in basiness on their own account only about two years. The failure has been announced of 2fessrs Kynaston, Sutherland, usnd Co., of Mincing lane. It is stated that the liabilities are about 90.000o. to 100,0001., and that Subscribers-only content

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    at Westminster in August, 1635, and the son of Charles the First's under- cook; and his junior apprentice was William Kynaston, a few years younger. These young men must have given proof of their histrionic powers while Cromwell was king, Subscribers-only content

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    Nell Gwyn played heroine to ILart as hero ; and between her and the best actor and handsomest nian, except Kynaston, at the ling's Theatre, there was suspicion of secret love in earnest. Put Nell's charms were too great for Subscribers-only content

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    he was master while he ridiculed it. Nell Gwyn played Almahide to the Almanzor of Hart and the Boabdelin of Kynaston. It was her last, or nearly her last, part. Another son was born to her in 1671, when she Subscribers-only content

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    his play. It lacked every grace required on the stage ; and was only a fierce political pamphlet, with Hart, Kynaston, and Mohun to mouth the abuse and undergo mimic tortures in order to enflame the passions of Englishmen. With Subscribers-only content

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    Charles the Second had granted to Killigrew two-and-twenty years before. As early as October, 1681, indeed, we find Hart and Kynaston entering into an agreement with Dr Charles Davenant, now the patentee at Dorset-gardens, to the effect that they should Subscribers-only content

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    wonderful power and grace. Betterion was still in his prime, and his wife had hardly begun to pass hers. Nokes, Kynaston, Mountfort, and others had only lived long enough to acquire fresh excellences in their lines of acting, and they Subscribers-only content

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    STRAY LEAVES. HE Sanitary Institute of Great Britain will hold its Con- T gress at Croydon on Monday next and following days On the first day there will be an opening address by Dr. 13. W. Richardson; on Wednesday Subscribers-only content

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    Hayward, W. Stephens.-Barbara Home. J. and R. Maxwell. H lone, uhiamn.-' Hotme they brought her warrior dead." Newman and Co. Kynaston, Herbertus, A.M:-Exemplaria Chelfonensia. Macmillan et Soc. L'Art. No. 271. 7 Mars, 18.- J. Rousni, Lditeur, 134, New Bend Street, Subscribers-only content

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    Lordt er Trevor, and Mr. Maurice Jones appeared for Willianis-. 3In tile 2 night of Vriday week, a boy namesd Kynaston and a rose namncd Ellis were wvorking alone in thie colliery, engaged iu clearing the roads, and at msidnlight, Subscribers-only content

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