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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eisteddle yn. y lleoedd canlynol:-Evesham, Stamford, Andover, 'Granthim, Lincoli, Gloucester, Winchester, Truro, Bolton, Plymouth, Buckingham, 'Norwich, Oldham, Coventry, Wallingford, Kidder. Minster, Olitherde, Bedford, Cheltenham. Berwick Exeter, a dwy eisteddleyn Colchester a Cambridge.' Enillodd y Cldiwadwyr us eisteddle yn Leominsstr, Horsbam, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    al LAND, TO BE SOLD BY PUBIIC AUCTION ai BY S ,I:ESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON, at the WEST. S, MINSTER HOTEL, RBHyL, on TUIESDAY, the B 29th day of AUGUST, 1882, at TWO o'clock p.m. C (subject to conditions Subscribers-only content

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    a'nd HIGHLY CULTIVATED LAND, TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION BY I E-.SRS. WM. DEW AND SON, at the WEST. MINSTER HOTEL, RHYt, oo TUESDAY, the 29th d"y of ArausT, 1882, at TWO o'clock p.m. (subjnct to eondit ons then Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bwrw golwg dros rai fleitbiau ynglan a'r dyateb yn addysgiadol. Ymddengys i 1l,000p. gael eu cyframn gan Leinster, 11,000p. gan Minster, 3000p. gan Ulster, a 1,500p. gan Connaught. Cyfranodd Gwyddelod America a 2600p., y Gwyddelod yn IAoegr I100p., ao ya Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dros ei Arglwyddiaeth larll POWIS, amayn ei enwi ef i fod gn Llywydd. Dyma hwy,-His Grace the Duke of WEST- MINSTER, KE.G., Gol. The Hon. W. E. SAcKVILLE WEST, W. RATHBONE, Ysw., A.S., JOHN Ro- I BERTS, YSw., A.S, Dr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fasn fywgrsfflad a Iar1l Malmesbury, a barotowyd ganddo ef ei boo. Teitl y gwa th fydd 'Memoir of an Ex. Minster,' a bydd mewu dwy gyfrol. Yn v rbifyn Canoibaf o'r Century Mllagazine bydd gan Mr. T. Barroagh ethygl dan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cheir dolydd breision ar hyd lanau yr afon. Wedi ti cerdded peth amser ar el gadael Viesch, cyr- S haeddasom Minster, lie yr arhosasom i orphwyso ' am yn agos i ddwy awr. Yn fuan wedi i ni adael b' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each of the 24 v Cocumisosioners begging of the Commisson to visit Germany and to report. When the present Prime Minster was previously in office it was in contemplation to cmneel the licenses of r pub icans, and to pay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'TIHE POLITICAL EXAMINE] . I Party is the madness oF rany -foe the gain of a few. PoP.' No. 560. STATE OF THE WORLD. Tins is the commencement, if we are not mutch mistakenl Of one of the )Dost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i-The bearer weas recoiKtized to be litl- Waddiigton, the Radical Standard-bearer. Thttrsday, at one o'clock, the High liailiff of lWtt Minster, vitth Sir F. Fttrdett and Mri. 1-Jobhouie, waitel othiter Majesty whith the Westtninster Address, to viticet her Majesty returned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Solici tor.General, the Learned Gentleman, with an air of -my tterjiolt crnnity, asked the Doctor if he was acquainted. a Minster at York? which question was answered in tlhe atrmativ( on which the Solicitor-General Said- 'Barin, Dr. Holland, reminded you Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Protestant Clergy. man, and was promoted to the see of Meath, one of the most valuable in Ireland. The Minster has now three mnitres at hip disposal. On Friday eeek, at the advanced age of 80, Abbe Sicard, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED PARLIAMENT.- | HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, JuTee 7. BISdIOP OF PETtRBOROtUI-CHURCH DISCIPLINE. Lord DACRs presented a petition from the Rev. J. S. Grioesbaw, a Rector in the diocese of Peterborough, complaining of the con- duct of the Bishop Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NiSEW THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE, .TOMORROW, Feb. 10, KING LEAR. King Lear, Mr. Kean. After which, a FARCE, in whirlh mr. LISTON will appear. Tuesday, GUY MAIANNERING. Henry Bertram, Mr. BTabam. Dominle Sampson, Mr. Liston. Lucy Bertram, Miss Ste Subscribers-only content

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    NEW THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. TOTORROW, Marchs3, MACBETH. Macbeth, Mr. KEAN. With (3rd time) LOVE, LAW, and PHYSIC. 'Lvbin Log, Mr. LISTON. Tucsday (Ist time) teA MARRIA.GE of FIGARO. With DEAF as a POST. And SIMPSON and CO. Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, May IS. BANKRUPTS. W. P. Butt, Winihorne-Minster, Dorsetshire, grocer. Solicitors, Messrs. Swain and Co. Frederick's-laice, Old Jewry. W. Bath, Copenhagen-house, Islington, victualler. Solicitor, Mr. Whit- ton, Great James-street. J. Tweed, Darby-street, Rosemary-lane, cabinet-maker. Solicitor, Subscribers-only content

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    Sweethearts asld Wis.Adothovan ol.Th5aY Smpnad C. W~ith the -haung'uae.Ad iogN udr-tdyANwCme. Ad. other Entertainments. THllEATREBROYAL, ENGLISH TI.EA HO SE.RLLs -We of Miss StpheD ted o hisgenent Grad Last Nightq of the newg Opera, called ',Broken Promises.!'-MondaP, Broken Promises. And Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is York Mitinster, on the River Foss, engraved by Mr Luroo-, from a Drawing by GiRT'N, in which the stately Minster is seen in dark shade against the spreading beams of the rising sun, but receiving a tinge of their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Salford, Lancashire, leather-seller. H. Beaumont, Liverpool, merchant. S. Lifone, Toxteth Park, Walton, Lancashire, tanner. W. Barfoot,sen. and W. Barfoot,jun. Wituborne Minster, Dorsetsliir, timber and coal-merchants. H. Blaber, Brigliton, merchant. G. W. Addison, Dalton, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, worsted-spinner. E. Youn,,, Wakefield, woolstapler. Subscribers-only content

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    [Hamilton, Tavistock row. J. Coates, Bermondsey, fellmonger. [Humphreys, New road. J. Hill, Paternoster roW, printer. [Topping, Bartlett's buildings. T. Till, Minster, Kent, farmer. [Cole, Charlotte st. Blackfriars road. R. Ferns, Mellor, Derbyshire, J. Langford, Manebhester, and J. Hadfield, Roworth, Derbyshire, Subscribers-only content

 

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