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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Persons and Places, M, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    of, 75; wines, 75. Madge , Elizabeth, funeral charge of, 374, 380. Madocks . See Maddocks. Madrid , Spain, 31. Maentwrog , Nantwrog, in Ardudwy commote, co. Merioneth, tenement called Sychnant in, 67. Maese , The. See Meuse. Maffey ,

    Index of Persons and Places, N, O, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    for the Mint in Scotland, 26, 350. -, John, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370. Nantwrog . See Maentwrog. Nassau , Count, foot regiment of, state of pay, 386, 387, 390; horse regiment of, state of pay, 387.

    Index of Persons and Places, S, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    at Allonby, 237, Swiss Cantons, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Stanyan, A.; Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stanyan, A. Sychnant . See Maentwrog. Symes , L'Estrange, Comptroller of the Revels, 59 60. Syms , John, captain in colonel Whetham's regiment, petition of,

    Index of places

    Llanvair , Cardigan, 112 (?). Llanwnog , Montgomery, 86. Mann r (?), Denbigh, 126. Mattuntley , Cardigan, 106. Monthey (? Maentwrog), Merioneth, 107. Northopp , Flint, 20, 161. Pembroke , 89. Pilleth , Radnor, 89. Presteign , Radnor, 101. Thamdlos

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dosbarth (safon y; -372):-Hugb Roberts (Llanuwchllyn), 493; T. F. Roberts (L1anuwch1lyth), 493; D. 1M1 r. Davies (Barrow), 484; Elias Jones (Maentwrog), Br 466; John Griffith (Four Crosses), 421; Hugh io Pugh (Wolverhainton), 408; John Hughes (Llan- ei silm), 396; David Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I6eihtb £iha. YR ARHOLIAD CYMDEITHASFAOL. Syr, - Gan yr ystyrir y GOLEUAD yn newydd- iadur Methodistaidd, aisgwylir i erthyglau arfaterion perthynol i'r cyfundeb ymddangos ynddo. Da oedd genym weled a darllen yn v rhifyn diweddaf yr ysgrifau ar 'Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ysw.; Parch. E. Morgan, Dyffryn ; TT Osborne Williams, Ysw., Castell Deudraeth ; E. Breese, E Ysw., Porthmadog; D. Lloyd, Maentwrog; E. Evans, ( Ffestiniog; Parch. N. C. Jones, Penrhyi. Parch. fi John Jones, periglor Abermaw, &c. Yn oebr y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ffestiniog. gan y Parch. W. S. Williams, curad, Mr. Owen Lloyd, High Gate Terrace, a Miss Jannet Owens, Tyddyn Merehed, Maentwrog. Ar y327ain cynfisol yn nghapel y Trefnyddion Calfinaidd, Bethel, MOn, gany Pareh.'O. Owens, Mr. John Williams, Tyddyn Oliver, i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NORTH, Post Office, Carmarthen. TO BUILDERS. NEW CALVINISTIC CHAPEL, MAENTWROG. JHE Committee of the above are prepared to Treceive TENDERS for the erection. Plans and Specifications to be seen atiTanlan, Maentwrog, from the 4th to the 20th September.- Tenders must Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Vale of Maenturog, 1838

    The Vale of Maenturog [dock/quay] A lake with mountains on the far side and a town among trees at the edge, and people and a hut on the brick wall of the near bank; illustration to 'The Pedestrian's Guide

    The Vale of Maenturog, 1838

    The Vale of Maenturog [dock/quay] A lake with mountains on the far side and a town among trees at the edge, and people and a hut on the brick wall of the near bank; illustration to 'The Pedestrian's Guide

    The Vale of Maenturog, 1838

    The Vale of Maenturog [dock/quay] A lake with mountains on the far side and a town among trees at the edge, and people and a hut on the brick wall of the near bank; illustration to 'The Pedestrian's Guide

    The Raven Fall, near Maenturog, 1838

    The Raven Fall, near Maenturog [waterfall/cascade] A waterfall falling to a pool from high wooded rocks, and with three figures on the rocks lining the near edge of the pool in the foreground; illustration to 'The Pedestrian's Guide through

    The Raven Fall, near Maenturog, 1838

    The Raven Fall, near Maenturog [waterfall/cascade] A waterfall falling to a pool from high wooded rocks, and with three figures on the rocks lining the near edge of the pool in the foreground; illustration to 'The Pedestrian's Guide through

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