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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, G, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    sent from Hull to Rochester Maurice, of Beguildy, Radnorshire, Congregational or Presbyterian, licences to Richard, Presbyterian, licence to house of, Llangunllo, Radnorshire, licence to house of, Beguildy, Radnorshire, licence to Capt. Richard letters of letter to order of, mentioned complaint Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    , Carmarthen, 161, 175. Llandilo , Radnor, 74. Llanganten , Brecknock, 85. Llangelynin , Merioneth, 33. Llangrosse , Brecknock, 24. Llangunllo , Radnor, 103. Llangwyfan (Llanguiven), Denbigh, 131. Llangybi , Carnarvon, 18. Llangyfelach , Glamorgan, 18. Llanrwst , Denbigh, 131.

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    Errowgoyed; Llanegryn. MONTGOMERY. Presbyterian. Newtown; Welshpool. Congregational. Bryng; Gwynly; Peniarth. PEMBROKESHIRE. Presbyterian. Langynwyd; Uzmaston. Congregational. Haverfordwest; Kilgerran. RADNORSHIRE. Presbyterian. Beguildy; Llangunllo. Congregational. Glascwm; Llanbister; New Radnor. Baptist. Llandrindod. Undefined. Llanfihangel, Nant Melan. Some of the most remarkable facts that appear Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c adael y pentref hwn ar ol cyn gynted ag oedd yn bosibl; ae felly y bu. Rhwng Twrgwyn a Llangunllo, y mae c addoldy wedi ei adeiladu gan eglwys Twrgwyn. Dyma ergyd ynei Ille, ys dywedir. Y mae cangen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week, Dec. 20, IlIlston Park. T}IE RtA)Noosneale llorns, rc at hdf-plsut Teu.-Tllis day, Dec. 10, Wigmore Rolls, Fridlay, Dec. 14, Llangunllo Villa-e: Monday, Dec. 17, Stapletoss Castle ; Friday, Dec. 21, Titley StatiOII . TmE WHEATLAND lJOUNDS, at halkfjast Tea.-Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drive well, single or pair; sgvs 23; Atotal abstainer; good references: macrried when suited. r. rent , Te Beacon Ledge, Llangunllo. A Y~ n 301 soak Sio sio ATTEED Nt r rai lflt~lCGENEtALdi~seneage-I: country servant. ateody. good 'a. cook, bakte. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ke~eper-Jan. 19. Jf. Stevens Benenulen, Kent, Commission agent-Jan. 22. J. James, Cwmavon. Glamor- p gnahire, shoe dealer-Feb. 13. Ann Bees, Llangunllo, Cardigan- shire, late innkeeper-Jan. 19. It, F. Oats, Maraslon Cornwall, atinman-Jan, 20. leH Py,(mley, Worcesteshre, hors dealr-Ja. 21 0. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Ann's, Bede- houses, Lincoln, to Grimston R., Norfolk. Patrons, Queen s College, Cambridge. Rev. C. F. Harrison, vicar of Llangunllo, to St. Mary's R., Haverfordwest. Patron, Mr. C. E. G. Philipps. Rev. B. Houchen, to South Peckenham R.. Norfolk. Subscribers-only content

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