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  • * British History Online *

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    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    a Castle at Ruthen, where lived the Lord and he there held his Court. He had another Castle house at Llanilid, of which nothing now remaineth. 9 th was Coity, a great Lordship for number of Men. There was in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfFredinol am y cymieithasau a gynhelid yn y Groeswen, Dinas Powys, L'anedeyrn, Newton College, St. Nicholas, Aberddaw, Byr. tbyn, Llanharri, Llanilid, Cynfyg, Hafod, Glyn. agar, LIantrisant, a Pentyrob." Gan mai y i cyrmdeithasmu hyn oedd y rhai cyntaf a blan- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Separation not Schism," a comparison bet*qi> the Old and New Connexions of General Baptists. The Rev. John Morgan, Rector of Llanilid, has a paper in the Churchonan controverting the assertion that the A4huirch in the Pria cipality is an " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been at Rome at the same time with St. Paul) converted the Britmns to Christianity and founded a church at Llanilid SW0 years before Augustin had converted their Saxon neighbours.. Canarton Herald. FACTORIES' REGULATIONS ACT.-.Te number of Surgeons appointed by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. . W. G.Moore; minister of St. John the Baptist, eV g Spalding. thi aS Rev. John Morgan; rector of Llanilid with Elanharain, mt, Lt Glamorgarehire. Patron, the Bfishopouf Liaudaff. dlie Rev. C. A. S. Nicoll; rector of Bepton, Sussex. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PHILHnARMO NIC SOCIETY.-Tho concert of last the evening was the eighth and last of the season. The I symphonies and overtures, of which it chiefly consisted, are (t). so well known to the musical public, that they afford matter Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The demand for disestablishment in Wales, 1887

    and God-fearing popula¬ tions on the face of the earth. On this point the Rev. J. Morgan , Rector of Llanilid Glamorganshire, well says :- " We doubt whether Christendom presents a more orderly, loyal, industrious, frugal, affectionate, and hospitable Subscribers-only content

    The demand for disestablishment in Wales, 1887

    of the Church in Wales ," to which reference has already been made, by the Rev. J.Morgan , rector of Llanilid . Mr. Morgan admits that "the only alloAvable defence of any Established Church is the promotion of practical goodness." Subscribers-only content

    Gladstone and Manning: the root of the controversy ..., 1875

    farmhouse at Trevran, in Glamorganshire, is pointed out by tradition as the residence of Bran. In the neighbour¬ hood is Llanilid -that is, the Church of Hid; and it is regarded as the oldest church in Britain with considerable probability. Subscribers-only content

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