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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c A Matthew ddwys, methai ddal-Epriydodd, A waeth faint gostiodd geneth gystal. MAEWOLAETHATJ. Aryr 2Dfed cyaisol, Elizabeth, anwyl wraig John Moreton Ysw., Royal & Sportsman~otel, Csernarfon, yn3lmlwvydd oed. Ar y 23ain cyfisol, wedi pum' mwrnd o afliechyd (scarletina), Mary Ellen Subscribers-only content

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    -PRENTIS -YT EISIAU, | qDyl'tfo0edi caeligo- d.y 4 ~ ahr a W Tea, e fystbu ' ea dtabl id Bridge-uStreet 'CAgrn.,rvon. ' ''- au 1-5Da OR h~l~eeshw ved IIYSBYSXAD' QBY1WUDI~ ad -th-~ymoayj-utrj~ MORETON~e, nt c, Frcer- a J. nrfeitof~ Subscribers-only content

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    Price ls. N.B. The above Sauces are earefully prepared (only) by JANE THOMAS, Chemist, Bala. HYSBYSIAD 0 SYIMUDIAD. TYMIJNA JOHN MORETON, Bont Bridd, Caer' D narfon, hysbysu -ei gefnogwyr a'r eyhoedd yn gyffredinol, eifod -wedi symud o'r lle uchod,- i; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - - de i n y rhydiiweddaf o'r "Wesleyan His- o j, pionary Notices " 1eeodody--- Parch. R. -H. . Moreton, eviha4wr n P li ewn °& oyrsyUlltwd A tiG-5 yladdui ypl -y i*~1ad hiobo *] ,by bddsi yp ddnVi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    siaradwyd gani (ri Rendel, IL Maxwell Wright, a Leite Bos, ysgrifenydd ohyd$- eddue Cyrndeithas Efegyleiddiad Portugal. L;i yddwyd gan Cadben Moreton. Gwfaagwyd yn ddifrlf1, at galonan y giwrandawyr yr angenlmawr am efe*1l oedd yn bodoli yn Portugal aei triileithian, Yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ryvwogaeth bychan, yn dorog nan yn rhoddi llaetb. Dosb rth A ; William E. Oakeley, Pls, Tanybwlcb. Beirniad-Mr. W. Gamon, Moreton. House, Tarvin Road, Caerlleon. DOFEDNOD. 49 Ceiliog a'r Iar (Dorking). Dosbarth A, 1sf, Mrs Royle, Brynyproes, Bala. Dosbarth B Subscribers-only content

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    Bondage a to Freedom.' cS V. E. Williams, Oswestry, 'A Boy's Voyage Bound bh the World,' (Smiles); 2nd E. LI. Moreton, Kinnerley, 'The Gold Seekers.' h. VI. T. G. Davies, Oswestry, ' Military Heroes of ol England,. 2nd M. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SALOP SCHOOL, CROESOSWALLT. rt, Torodd yr ysgo! hon i fyny dros wyl au'r haf diydd Fit Sadwrn, Meliefii 16-g. Yr arholwr- David Samuel, dd Ys.., M.S. (Can ab), a ddywed:- " Cefais ) r hyfrydwoh o aholi '"The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the 59th year of his age, WVm. Mercer, Esq. Same day, at his seat at Tortworth, Gloucestershire, Francis geynolds Moreton, Baton Ducie, Provost Mar- Sii] of Barbuado6, in his 69th year. At Alexandtia, 'in Am&ica, Jane 28, Mlrs. Wafreit, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [ THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. party is the madness of many for the gain of a few.-Popr. OpENING OF PARLIAMENT.-THE SPEECH.- FOREIGN POLICY. TEE cs Speeches " of the Kings of England to the Parliament are somewhat better evidences of Subscribers-only content

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    was, that the fore-floger was gone for life, and the adjoining finger was perfectly useless.-Verdict for the plaintiff-Damages, i2,5l. 17s.,Gd. MORETON v. HARDOI, BOOTH, AND ANOTnsao-The Plaintiff' was a poor man, who earned his daily bread by carrying coals in Subscribers-only content

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    B1ANNErL V. MORETON, ESQ.-This was an action brought by a labour- a mnda int t a large farmer. There had been a footpath through the dfndant's fields, in order to stop up which, he had placed wooden pegs. armed at Subscribers-only content

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    was cotseqitntily rather puzzled as to the disposal of hid vote, and hesitated between hunting anid Reforin. Tihe hotn. Ml. Moreton, and his colleague, the two Reform Candidates, were the first to put him to the test. and, understanding that Subscribers-only content

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    last, that while tile Caledonia, a merchant brigr belonging to Messrs. Mackay and Co. of Syd. ney, was lying at Moreton bay, a penal settlement, it was boarded by eleven convicts, who having secured the crew, sent them all on Subscribers-only content

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    F. S. Ponsonby, and Win. John Bankq. Essex (South division)-Dare and Leonard. llint-Flon. E. M. L. Mostyn. Gloicester (East)-Guise and Moreton. Glamorgan-Talbot and Dillwyn. Hertfosrdshire-Sebright, Calvert, and Grimstone. Hlerefordshire-Sir R. Price, K. Hoskins, and E. Foley. Hassts (North division)-Lefevre and Subscribers-only content

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    Dec. 1&-F. Macnarama, 1S; Bridgeman, 17. 19th, one o'clock, a majority of 15 over Bridgeman. Gloucster (West) Dec. 21-Berkeley, 2686; Moreton, 2554; Somerset, 2479. Limerick (City) Dec. 18-W. Roche, 310; D. Roche, 257; Vereker, 215; Dickson (resigued yesterday), 126. Lincoln Subscribers-only content

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    Adams and Bon. G. R. Trevor. Dsurhsam (South)-Pease and Bowes. Gloucester (West)-Berkelev and Moreton. Liveceln (parts of Linds.7 &c.)-Pelham and Sir W. Ingleby. Northumsberlnsd (South)-Bcll and Beaumont. IRELAND. MlEMBERS RETUJRNED. Belfast (Town)-Lord A. Chichester and E. Tennant. Corn (City)-Callaghan and Subscribers-only content

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    Peacock Cross, 8th Jdrly, 1S33, ROaraT MArCoarn TWO CURES OF pnopSra. Mrs. Wood, Stratford, Essex, case of Dropsy. rht-s. MIarable, Moreton, Essex, case of Dropsy. Mrs. Wright. Chipping Ongar, Nervous Debility, with Determination of Blood to the Head, all of Subscribers-only content

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    be quoted as on Monfday. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.iTUSdaY, Jan. 140 LambO lNTS5-A. Adams, Mare-st., Hackney, linen-draper. J. Cos, Mlaid's Moreton, Buckighlamshire, miller. T. and T. Wooster, Coal Exchange, coal-factos. C.RX-EXBEPTCIH>ANGS, FRIDAY.-The was Mo skaerotone, flebysbnheti taspow chandlerm 12 BANXBIUPTS. Subscribers-only content

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    Now dirstppublished, from originaltManuscrits. - . One vol. post 8vo. - Saonders and Otley, Conduit gtreet, Hanover sciuare. MI CULLENS "MORETON." JUst published, Fourth Edition, price lOs. 1UrORNTON a Novel: in:0Three Volumes. - '<ByMARGARET CULLEN.; Published by:Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Subscribers-only content

 

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