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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, G

    for apprehending robbers, 138. Griffiths (Griffith), Anne, lands in Llanyre, 210. -, Evan, prosecuted for coinclipping, 417. -, John, deputy auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 431. -, Katherine, lands in Llanyre, 210. -, Thomas, boatman and tidesman, Pembroke Ferry,

    Index of persons and Places, L

    139, 169, 204, 294, 336; collector at. See Scarborough, E. Llanelly , co. Carmarthen, 214. Llanstephan , co. Carmarthen, 214. Llanyre (Llanire), co. Radnor, 210. Llegush. See Sliguff. Lloyd (Loyd), , late sheriff of Merioneth, 425. -, Bevis, Receiver General

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    307. - Llanwyfan. Seesupra, 94, (LZandernog.) ——— Llanybyther. See supra, 64, (ForesZ CZyncofAy.) ——— Llanynys. See infra, 165, (FsA-ei6ion.) .——— Llanyre (Radnor); lxx. 28. Bill presented, 142. JVof proceeded in.——— Lloughor (Glamorgan); For inclosing and embanking; Bill ordered, lxix. 46. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    Harmon, al1 Hammons - jlanelwedd - Janvihangel Nant Mellan jlanfihangel Rhydithon !Janddewy Yshadenny jlandegley - jlanfihangel Heligon Lrlanbadarn Fynydd - Llanyre - - - - Llanbadarn y Garrog Llandilo'r Graban - Lanstephen - Llangunllo - Llanbedr Painscastle Llandrindod - Monghtrey Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1815, 6 March 1815

    Chard and A'xminster lloads Petition, reported. Lanvabon Road Bill, presented. Llanyre In- closure Bill, presented. Caereinioti lnclosure Bill, present¬ ed. Brodsworth Jnclosure Bill, present¬ ed. A Bill for enlarging the powers of an Act of His pre¬ sent Majesty, for Subscribers-only content

    Index, 17 January 1816

    wich, Hutton Lowcrofs, Hut ton Roof; Iffley, Ilminfler, Ifle Abbotts; Kidwelly, Knock; Langham, Llanbadarn- fynidd, Llandezibrevi, Llandcgley, Llandeziy, Llarifrynach, Llangeinzeen, Llanyre, Luppitt; Maenclochog, Manby, Marcliam, Meljhnby, Miferdine, Moreton, Moulds Meaburn, Mouljey ; Neighton, Noneley, North Curry, North Kelfey ; Old Subscribers-only content

    Index, 17 January 1816

    - ¦ Vide Queflions Neg. 55" Geo. III. Pari. 5. Sess. 3. A. 1814-15. T)ADNORIncMmes. VideLlanbadarn. Llandesleu. Llan- XCr dewy. Llanyre. Rampton Lands; Petition for a Bill to inclofe: Bill ordered 24 Nov. ' Ramfgate Harbour; Petition for a Bill Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e Ldfrnshedi for July, August. September:tlo lawns; orne-hor setable. coach house, garden;Briga waterworks 14 miles; seven. guineas a week-,ocidrnpo ferre-Apiy7 Llanyre Vicarngs.-Llandrindod Wls I. LANDJDNO.-Fieber's Pritest Hotel. Craizg-ydon ; besautifuhly JU altated, near sea; bome comforts. Soderate tariff, Cycle acomemosdationn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walters, of Raverfordwest Faq.; Thoma n Meyrick, of Bush, E Williams Higgins, of Cwne, Y lRADNoR5Hiaes.-Thomas Wlim igo wl n, Llanyre, Faq.; James Vaughan, of Llansaintfraid in Fival, d Buith, Faq.; Edward Coates, of Whitton, Esq. ir D A posthumous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W^kmson- Wdson snd Sons, Halifax, manufactu- rert-Clayton aud Wnght, Chipping Unmet, briokmakers. BANKRUPTS. To Surrender in the Country. John Powell, Llanyre, Radnorshire, draper. Thomas Holmes Armstrong. Manchester, lead merchant Georae Emsley, Thornton, Yorkshire, farm labourer John Monkraan, Leedi, plasterer. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. P. Morgan, M.A., late vicar of Carew and Kedberth, Pembrokeshire ; vicar of Llanfihangel Helygen, and perpetual curate of Llanyre, Radnorshire- patron, the Bishop of St. Davids. Rev. J. H. Newnuni, M.A. ; vicar of Tilney All Saints'- with-Saint Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three sitt iug-rooms, smoke-room ; good garden; well furnished and deco- rated; electrio bells aud incandescent light throughout.- Apply Ward. Llanyre. Magdttla-villas. Cliftonville. Margate. KENT COAST (midway between Ramsgate and Mar- gate, 10 minutes from sea and station).- For SALE, Subscribers-only content

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