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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c ]lywydid, Parch John Williams, Caergybi. Peuodwyd i archwblio =lyfrau yr aglwys Mti Robert Rberta, (Janercbymedd, a Richard Rowlands, Trewyn. Paran, I Rthosneigir, wedi 01w y Parch William jHughes, I Dryndu, i fod ye fugail, a phenodwYd y Parchn John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dn.S i , tr ' a Meileu3n 80ain a' orpGeQ1n 1ft I elauywdd, yDPrch Jonathan Jtunes, Ms0 D'I Ywydd? y Paran a oddimto Yy phison ii canlyn0l yn cSdnibod cydyi.l deimalG y (3 4 a hwy yn eu hairywia bi'o- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vmddiddan, Penderfvnwyd fod y cwesti- y-nau hyn yn cael eu gofyn rhag llaw cyn eu der- byn. Caniatawyd i gyfeillion Paran. Rhos- neigr, i gae gweithred v capel allan o'r 'safe' ,m yehydig amser, a bod yr hen lyfr a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dirwvestol. Anglesea Nursing Association.-Anog- wryd vr holl eglwysi i wneyd y casgliad am y flwy- day'n hon. Caniatawyd i gyfeillion Paran, Rhos- egir, i brvnu tir y capel ac ychwanegiad ato. Can- iatawyd i yngeisydd am y weinidogaeth yn eglwys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    II----Babel; E- eneze," 1!;in;s; Briltil ir; " Libamin ," Irytisiamrr Scion, CashIaChI; ' ethliania, ' ar ' am ; "ah Paran " Mallillocl Saluis," Xantyglo; Scion," Tredegar .. . ... 9- BI~j.'CKNOCKI ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. noW-STKEET. Monday ni7ght a Gentleman oft lhe .name of Scott w as brought eore Mr. Pead, the Sitting Magis-rats, tharged wit :he- hPeing in a rinAtoUS lumaer in Covent Garden Theatre. Mr. Br''dO1 sat;ed, that tee ihad marked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - S 0 0 Ju-t arrived from the Manufacturers, The SHAVING POT. Sold by all Perfa,lers. The CAIEL.IA TEAPOT, with Paran knob,in Britannia metil. 16S. Sold by all respectable Ironmongers. The Art-Manufactures Circular, with twenty-four pictures sent, on reeeipt of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR BENTLEY'S NEW PUBLICATIONS. PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF THREE YEARS' SERVICE IN OHINA. INCLUDING JOURNEYS TO VARIOUS PARTS HITHERTO UNEXPLORED. By Lieut.-Colonel FlaERn, C.B., Royal Engineers. In 8vo, with Maps and numerous Illustrations, 16c., A T O D D S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TiSE POLITICAL EXAMINER. .give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell him his fate. if I Wig Irsled to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed If proclai] wvar with mankind-neither to give Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I might give a Short hint to an impartial writer it would he to tell him hig fate. If he reolnved to venture upon the daugeroeto Precipice of telling unhiasoed truth let 'him proclaim war Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. gf I might give a dhWSt AMnt to an impartial writer it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolved to 'Oeuture upon the dangerous precipice of telling uhbiassed troth let him p~lattio war Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2l20-.-aitlfotPpet, gerdens; goodlti; Lier cea-Gud, 44. Cherry Ste. etul eha.Gil 4 hryStre et. 1 ouid 13 ADSrct aas..EgtHne. et£2 s Paran Isie Street. L'XERR ow Hom Far) -Frehol Rosefrot and rear L etraces;lare ares. ,'Frlre gI,l80.-Bsedrave, Auctioneer. Paradise Street. _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V ictoria, 4% Railway Loan., 1881, Ins., 111%" Ditto, 4%, Loan of 1885, 111, 1,4 2 FOaMIGN STOCKS, Bo-.s, A&.-OouroNs Paran sa r Lox>oN. v Arzentine, 6%, Poblic Works, 1871, 103, 2%, 34 Ditto, 5, 1854M, 961/ D)itto, 5/, 1886, Subscribers-only content

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    PUBLIC A-MIUBXIMYTS ll N ' I J'181I' 'I.61.I'Tt4- D ACTRESS, 51$'. A [K VAUGHAN, Tv I I *I ' INI. ,1IIJ. ym "'lFARANDA, -~ 5 . tI~i i''ro1)ev c~., I['tetet a prdtclPat Ii '~t 1,11' oCci ITA I h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mass of tlhe i mcn of whoml the twvo partics are composed. We X hope that this declaration by the Paran 'MNIsrTa i will have dealt tho final bloev at this ill-timed pro- c ject ; and it is to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enanmelled devices. SuPerb DESSERT SERVICES, phtls elaborate gold enrichments and hand-pencilled groups of Howers, Fruit, Subject and Lndacspe. CHINAand AEIANVASE, Paran Eers, -Terra Cotta Tobacco Jars, Spill Cups ,China and 1'arian Greups and Statuettes, many hunded sts f Jus, nd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moun- tains in the peninsula, as well as to explore the neighbour- hood of Sinai. Afterwards he proceeded across the Paran highlands by Beersheba to Jerusalem and Petra, and from these places his homeward path was along the usual route Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAUl8ierStlt.begien n feiacc. UR' Bloau Parties who'bhat Sot-tired Yaaeg't Pat utparaffi"aGd Itotpu* state leave no conception of t-he briilianey oftho Paran ZMA,, ~'. 01MRlIE Whrlolef~ale Agent for;rnttge 'apatent Oil and lamp ('N"Vaely, riecmer lill Worka, Bircrlcghemt1 21 YOUNG-S ATENT -PARAF'FIN Subscribers-only content

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    11OlNSTONE, DINNEROSEIIVICES~beattifnilCfl(N'A DESSERT SERVICES, richly Gilt TEA, COI(FEE.anid BREAK FAST SETS, about, 1tS SETS of TOILET WAIIE v' alety 01 Paran roaicaoMohlded andol ontcil Jogs, Ctat-giaS4 D2-' cantors, Tuimblers, and Winos, &C., &C. M ESRS. UDLO andDANELL will SELL by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OYAL, BIR INGHAM. TH EAT S9F ROYAL, ot the highly snceastul JAST W"Iff~of REATI AND HERt PANVlfMil"' T 5 '10-MOROW (Thursday), February 55. WalW'p iscday) EVENING, FIbruary 24, the ,,Y;A~Ui~ i oR A NIGHT OF TBRROR," tire fvonie Actor, Subscribers-only content

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