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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no, y'an anudd wbeb ot coad ny1 jraw : Go-yr Hywol0 emt fn groewtch-iaith no, hen, Gedw. ham-d danu deyrnlcOd Moan atoch tehillad byw-W rowou Sy'n ci bro Yn hP9yglyw Cyweijt a don cariadYw- sw, try don Dlan Sent RhedywI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cant.' A gadnlyn ydyw y rhestr o Siryddion Cymreig am I 1875 fel yr ymddangosodd yn y L1ondon Gazette L Moan Mr. David Morgan, Bryngwyn Hall, Llangein- wen Arfof, Mr. E. G. Powell, Coedmawr; Dinbych, Mr. W. Chambres, Dolben; Fflint, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fl - Wr th -, ywe~irh~tdr-bti9io iaig' '£ 0 y # bic'A J- OyinrnX~ cihydd- d I - gae Mt. Moan, a C rt dygwed . m-"Y: yhyj i.-edi oymwy K n.0 8o1-Yf t teno niweil4 o ti - iyj Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ICYNWYSIAD; I. Hysbysiadau .1, 2, a 16 Nodiadan Wythnosol . 3 Llythyrau ... 4 Llythyr Arthur Morrus ... 5 Cyfarfodydd. Misol ... . ... ... 6-7 Erthyglau ... ... ... 8-9 Methodistiaid n'i Sysudiada . ... 1.-. 1 Rhyfel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b e o bosibl, yD on plith, ddan fatb o gymeried. as y n mae hyny, yn di Ilyfr .hodd Moan, yn cynwya y owbl. t4 Mae yr boll deithwyr, o'r bron (a chyda eierwydd y g defnyddiaf y gair), Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1755, 21 April 1755

    4o6 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. ftSisrvMfcn A M^ffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, of the Public by Sir John Phillips and others : Highways, to emend,Bill, With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft to amend Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1784, 14 March 1784

    ^4 Geo. III. Journals 0/* /#£ Houfe 0/ Lords. 61 Road from Prazzzeo/e OaY/ ifozz/e in the County of Ao///zzgZ»azzz, to the Crofs Poft upon SzzzaZZey Common, in the County of Peray, and from PZee/Zozz to the Towns of Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1813, 2 April 1813

    public Diftrefs and filent Suffering which are ever occafioned by War, and which, at the pre¬ fent Hour, the low Moan of Mifery arifing from the Habitations of Millions more forcibly defcribes than any Reprefentation which the Petitioners can give; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Blood. " O what have I done ?" was the only Exclamation that escaped from his Lips, accompanied by a Moan extorted by the Pain. He was raised from the Ground, chained to a Convict, and immediately sent to work. Subscribers-only content

    Revenue; Debt; Expenditure., 26 June 1798

    j86 APPENDIX (M. i.) [Public Revenue 5th April 1796. And further, thr.t on the 5th January 1758, I had in my Hands, on Account of the fame Year, t!vj Sti.n of/,'. 636, and on Account of the following one, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Proceedings in Parliament: June 1st - July 1st 1648

    are very few Men to be seen in the Towns through which we march, but only the Women making sad Moan, fearing the ill Success their Husbands are like to have. The Enemy are very Numerous, given out to be


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