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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stntiosr).-Sitting :nd two Bled Rooms ! Farm House, plcasantly situated.-J. White, West Heath, Northlfelil. * c616- WagI Ilcd for elderly Llay. with Atlendarce. Terma very v.,sodetc; Harbeorsa Irelerred.-5f,.1ifh Street, flalr : ornso. - cOfkS . ITTING-RUOM and throu Bad Roonis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iseternatioseal Health 175) Exhibition there had been exhibited 112 articles in glass 100), manufacture, designed by past or present pupils Llay i, of the school. The committee considered - that and aythe member of pupils attending ltce B3rierley Hill flobi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the minority in thelIlouse of Cormmons failed ;dto exctort the least hinit of from the Government. If lie C Llay has niot obtained everything demanded by Coiscervative N, is, orators, he has galined everything that they now imagine pr] Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Age 30. S',. yecars' highest character fronm present c'maepleyi'r. l I P- -Address, S40, Daify Post. c202i - OOT-TtADE.-Yo g Llay Secks Sttumatiou, inl tirst-eiPe6s -Ad e trade, as Ju or. Itcfermces.-Address, 541, Daily -- Y. Post. * c2030, - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ass ].art tin-reaf, sondisrribhtiet. toatty Pta-ono'r Pe,,senav of oia-oo (lirttr or 1 tetuncis they shall nat then batve had u-is.DtdtI;L15t Llay c of -nn 1698-. 1, Wateloo, Stoat. Btirmngi~hamn, e C4 ?bolicttors for tar Enrecntnr. EJAMES WVLLIIAM T~lAMBO-N, I)e-eeiesd.-- RPursuant Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Local government and public services Charities for the poor

    clothing in 1862 . 108 The parish invested many small bequests totalling £263 at an unknown date in the 10-a. Llay farm at Gresford (Denb.), the income from which rose gradually by 1836 to £22, given in bread. Other accumulated

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 October 1668-31 December 1668

    burgesses and inhabitants of petition of charter of incorporation for, heads of incorporation of Llanyfydd , North Wales, resident at Llay , the, co. Denbigh, letter dated from resident at Llewellin , Rich Llewellin's boy Lloyd , Sir Chas., Bart. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, March 1669, 01 March 1669-31 March 1669

    your advice how to act in this business; I will be entirely directed by you. My address will be The Llay, near Wrexham. [ Ibid. No . 135. ] March 20. Ant. Thorold to Hickes. The Concord has arrived from Subscribers-only content

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