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  • * British History Online *

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    Editorial preface

    with the head and tail pieces, are due to the skill and care of Mr. Thomas Henry Thomas, R.C.A., ("Arlunydd Penygarn"), whose devotion to Welsh antiquity is as profound and notorious as are his love and knowledge of art in

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1879-81

    a lofty, red-brick, Georgian house on the west side of High Street, demolished circa 1890. Mr. Thomas Henry Thomas ("Arlunydd Penygarn"), of Cardiff. Now the Welsh Regiment, having its D t at Maendy Barracks, Cardiff. The founder being a Welshman

    Glamorgan County Records, Quarter Sessions files, 1727-53

    the road leading from Taffe river ffoord near the New ffurnace in the parish of Pentirch to a place called Penygarn in the same parish and thence to a place called Pentwyn, where one Adam Hooper now lives, in the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 20 April 1831, 20 April 1831-20 April 1831

    of The Reverend Joseph Slatterie , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Penygarn Chapel, Pontypool: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Members of the Congregation of Penygarn Baptist Chapel at Pontypool , in the County of Monmouth ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bartb, a John Davies, Llaneono;. '1'.. J. Morgans, Llani ar, Jo. . seph- JotesR, Ffosyffin, 'Robert- Roberts, 'Llangeitho, William .Morgans, ,Penygarn; Thomas Eivabs, Aber- i meurig. Yn nesaf atyot. yr oedd. blaenoriaid yr eg. SIwyscylebynel., Arol hynyyr arch arr perthynasaut Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r diweddaf. 1- Gwneir yr undeb i fyny o naw o goran perthynol i'r r lleoedd caalynol: - Aberffrwd, Siloh, Penygarn, L. Bethel, Peullwyn, Rhiwbwys, Tabernacl, Graig, a l Tabor. Rhifai yr oil gyda'u gilydd uwchlaw 500 a v gantorion. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gael ei tbalu." 13. Penderfynwyd fod Mr.Williamei barhan ny ewydd hon drosyr holl sir. 14. Penodwyd yPanrch. t. J. Morgan, Penygarn, a Mr. James James, Pentre. mawr, i rldwyn allan yr ystadegau am y flwyddyn hon. 15. Trefnwyd Cyfarfod Misol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddyddiau Ian a Gwefier, y 6ed a'r 7fed o Fawrth. Mri. I. J. Davies, D. Jenkin Davies, a John James, Penygarn, .i edrych dros lyfrau y lie. Mater y society gyifredinol, Ephes. iv. 29. Tefn sty moddion cyhoeddus: y nos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ion Sabbothol,yr hwn sydd i'w gvnal yn Mhenllwyn yn mis Mehefin. 15. Trefnwyd y Cyfarfod Misol nesaf i fed yn Penygarn, M~ehefin 4 a 5. Mater y society gyffredinol: "Na thristewch lan Ysbyd Duw." Mri. D. Jones, y Bank, a Subscribers-only content

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