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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GaLEUAD, ai mi gewch fyw ar y Ilinellau a ganlyn, a hyny yn h unig y tro-hwn:- Mae beehgyn " Pant y ceibren" ddi A'r " Garet" oil ynghyd, cyr Yn. canmol y GOLcUAD sio . A'i ddiwyg haradd i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wyneb tuag Aberyst- wyth, a chyda ei fod yn cael ei droed ar lawr y Ile a gamenwir yn Station Pant, daeth i gyfarfyddiad a dau o wyr o ryddfrydiaeth digon dwfn i ymfwrw o'u gwelyau, ar fore gwlawog, oerllyd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DIWYGIAD, YID DIRYWIAD. 1, Y mae yn hysbys fod rhai o'r cyfnewidiadau v mwyat pwysig ymysg -y Methodistiaid yn y I blynyddoedd diweddaf yn cael eu condemnio D gan ryw bobl fel dirywiad neu ymadawiad t oddiwrth drefniadau y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Csepoeth, Llanrug, yr aros gyda'i gerbyd yn Heol Llyn, Caerarnfon, daeth en o'r cerbydau sydd-yna ludoeteith- wyr o orsaf y Pant i gyffyrddiad a'i drol, yr hyn a'i taflodd ar el ben at yr heol. Cymerwyd ef i anedd-dy cyfagos, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Faesyfed y Y gorwedd Sychnant; wrth drafaeln gyda'r Mid-Wales al y mae dwy station yn y rhandir hon-Tylwoh, a Pant id y dwr. Y mae yr ardal wedi codi ei Chymraeg, a'r Y achos yn Sychnant yn gwaelu o'r Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie.

    by the tower where he was, shee called to him to take her leaue, but he was gone before. Ex Pant. lib. 4. Peter Bruly, Martyr. The Magistrates ofDornic, orTornay. M. PeterBruly,Preacher.At Dornic.An. 1545. M. Peter Bru-ly was preacher in

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie.

    death, paßyng by the towerwhere he was, shee called to him to take herleaue, but he was gone before. Ex Pant. lib. 4.Peter Bruly, Martyr.The Ma-gistratesof Dor-nic, orTornay.M. PeterBruly,Preacher.M. Peter Bruly was prea-cher in the Frenche Churche atStrausburgh. Who at

    K. Hen. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie.

    K. Hen. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie.Persecutors.Martyrs.The Causes.Bertrand thrise tormented.them in that quarell. Then was he thrise put to the pynebāke, tormēted most miserably, to vtter his setters on: whichhe would neuer do. Then proceded

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of the Frenche Martyrs.Ex Gallicana hist. et Adriano.Gilleken Tielman burnt. an. 1541. Adde moueouer to thesame Catalogue of Dutch Martyrs burnt and consumed, inthe lower countreyes vnder the Emperours dominion: thenames of these folowing.

  • * British History Online *

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    Manorial records, A rent-roll of the manor of Miskin (1666)

    tenements belonging to this gentleman were the following: Tir y Maes mawre 6 s . Craig Willim 9 s . pant y Gwyndon 10 s . Lloyne Da dee 1 l . Lloyne Convyn ycha 10 s . Gwayne Veibon

    Translated extracts from Welsh and Latin records, Texts

    David Melans close and the close thereunto adjoining, and the close called the Smale close with the close thereunto adjoining, Pant Crappull and the close next adjoining thereto, and the close called y Weyn gron and the other close called

    Wills, 1470-1611

    Mathew Griffith and Llewelyn ap Jenkin; 10 bullocks, & c. To younger son John tenement in parish of Pentyrch, called Pant y Corred, with lands called Kae Howell Ychan as it was in the hands of W m ap W

    The Llandaff Act Books, Chapter Act Books, volume 1 (1573-1721)

    The Llandaff Act Books Chapter Act Books, volume 1 (1573-1721) Llandaff Act Books. From 1573. Copy made about a hundred years later. Acta habita in domo Capitulari Landaue quarto die Augusti A D i 1573 Coram Arch'o et Cap'lo

    Index, P, Q, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    149 (81). -, Ric., g. 149 (39, 61). -, Robt., 478, 737. Palmieri , Andrea Matteo, cardinal, letter to, 986. Pant Rythyn , g. 291 (51). Pargetour , lady, 478. Paris , 33, 37, 165, 174 (p. 61), 185 6,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act concerning the Poor., 1 August 1724

    '>!!»«'!"««"' I|yaaam|—|K|^T^rM 41 Tranfported, « fliall and may be Lawful for any Two or more bf the Jultiees of Peace them mx.* &**» to Tranfport, or caufe to be Iraiifoorted,. from time to time, during the (zz) fpace of Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1791, 3 May 1791

    174 Journals 0/" //3c? Houfe 0/* Lords. ^2. I79L feverally praying Their Lordfhips, " That the faid Bill " may pafs into a Law:" It is Ordered, That the faid Petitions do lie on the Table. The Order of Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1793, 7 March 1793

    552 Uttoxeter Road Bill Journals 0/^ /fe Houfe 0/* Lords. ^. 793. cc Lanrabon Road Bill: Meffages to H. C. that the Lords have agreed to the Three preceding Bills. Rifeley En- clofure Bill. Hampton Road Bill. Hod/V 3* Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1828, 25 February 1828

    72 25° FebruariL ^4.1828. Maze Pond, Southwark: Swansea: Town and County aforesaid, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters, and others, assembling for Religious Worship in the Baptist Meeting House in Maze Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    1 & 3 GuL. IV. Appendix, No2. 381 Returns relating to the Parish of Trelawny — continued. ESTATES. PROPRIETORS. I I I Increase. Decrease. if 111 8-3 J 111 pq 65 Dundee 66. Covey Stodhiirt, Win. - * Males Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ALMER, William, of Pant Iocyn, Denb.

    William, of Pant Iocyn, Denb. Constituency Dates Denbighshire 1572 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Denb. 1562, sheriff 1586-7, commr. musters 1580, dep. lt. 1587. Biography Almer’s great-grandfather was the first of a long-established family to adopt as surname the name of his

    EDWARDS, John II (c.1562-1625), of Plas Newydd, Chirk, Denb.

    in 1584.In 1588 Edwards was put forward as a candidate for the county election in opposition to William Almer of Pant Iocyn, who had already represented Denbighshire in 1572. Almer had the support of the Salusburys of Lleweni and the

    WILLIAMS, James (by 1514-82 or later), of Pant Hoel and Trelech-a'r-Bettws, Carm.

    1514-82 or later), of Pant Hoel and Trelech-a'r-Bettws, Carm. Constituency Dates Cardiganshire Mar. 1553 Cardiganshire Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Steward, lordship of Narberth, Pemb. in 1535; commr. tenths of spiritualities, St. David’s diocese 1535, musters, Narberth 1539, Card. 1569, benevolence,

    SALUSBURY, Sir John (c.1565-1612), of Lleweni, Denb.

    Merioneth. Another rebuff followed in 1588, when Salusbury failed to secure the county seat for his ally, William Almer, of Pant Iocyn. Three years later Salusbury was cited in a Star Chamber suit by a servant of the Earl of

    TREVOR, Sir Richard (1558-1638), of Trevalyn, Denb.

    head in the contested county election of 1588. Trevor wished to stand for election in opposition to William Almer of Pant Iocyn, who stood with Lleweni backing. However, Trevor’s faction had another candidate in John Edwards II of Chirk, and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Farleigh Wallop

    date a fine occurs between William Pant , parson of the church of Farley Mortimer , and Thomas de Illeston and his wife, Margaret, by which the latter conveyed the manor to William Pant . The conveyance was evidently for

    The city of Durham Introduction (3 of 3)

    inhabitants congregating about them and calling aloud to commit them to the stocks or even to duck them in the pant hard by. At last with much ado the two officers effected their escape from the crowd, carrying the tale

 

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