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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oeddymyn blanto dan addysg yr un athnaw--y diweddar B~rch. John Lloyd, yr hwn bellach sydd yth gorwedd y naear gysegredig Oxwich, Browyr. Y mae'r adgof am dano, ynghyd a llaws o gyfeillion boreu oes, yn felos, eto yn brudd. Ohwareole Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fourteen being saved by means of a raft, and picked up by the schooner Esther, of Belfast, and landed at Oxwich; the master, George Santeeran, having two ribs broken. The Board of Trade enquiry concerning the loss of the ship Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    They also went to Perice Ca"tle, the seat of MSr, C. 1J. MN. Taihot, M.P. From there they went to Oxwich o Castle, and visited a submerged church in the neigh- es bourhood, which hald been discovered and exhumed icr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hand entered his neck. Johnson ran forty yards wvish the blood streaming frons the wound, and then fell dead. At Oxwich, Glamorganshire, on Saturday night, a young woman nautd Davies, daughter of a well-known farmer. was taking a gun from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cresv were saved by teuans of a raft, and picked up by the schooner Esther, of Belfast, asd landed at Oxwich. The master, M. Georges Santeerain, l . two of his ribs broken: SHIPPING DISASTERS. fDistressinig tales of shipwrecks, almost Subscribers-only content

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