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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1865, a phen- odwyd y Parch. J. POSTLETHWAITE, yr hwn ar y pryd oedd yn Ficer Coatham, yn agos i Redcar, i fyned yno i ymgymeryd A'i ddyledswyddau. Rhoddodd y gwr parchedig ei ' ficeriaeth i fyny ar sail y Subscribers-only content

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    J. Donne, MreJohn. Jones, Balkeley Rousa Llangefni, a Miss Alice Catherine Jones, Penybryn: Bethesd&. . .- 'MELLY-CADLLA.-Ar l4eg eyfisol yn Redcar, Swydd York. Mr Earnest B. Mellvr helygog, Dolgellan, a River eLy Liverpool, d Miss, ]lorepoe Cadle, Henfaes. Dolgellan, unig Subscribers-only content

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    authority of the father of the little girl, who is Mr. W H Raw, the well-known baker and grocer at Redcar, and whose place of business ia at 53, High Street. We may add the publishers of this papers being Subscribers-only content

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    amryw, a gafwyd ymna er's blynyddoedd. Dydd Merdher, I cymerwyd yr ysgolheigion mewvn tren arbenig at lan y mor yn Redcar, a threuliwyd dydd hapus gan y plant, o dan ofal Mr. Humphreys a M1r. Lewis, a daeth y mwyafrif Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs. W. H. Humphreys, a Miss Wil- liams, Barrett St. Dydd Mercher, aeth ein Hysgoleig- ion at Ian mor i Redcar. Ddydd Gwener, gadawodd ein C'1sstiat Endeavoarers Stockton am le pryd. ferth arall, ar lan y mor, o'r enw Seaton Subscribers-only content

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    cael ei chyorthwyo gan Via Jones; 5ad, Mrs. T. L. Williams, Hartington Rl3ad, yn cael ei chynorthwyo gan His Hutchinson, Redcar, a Miss Williams, Barritt Street; 6ed, Miss Willisam, Wilfred Villa, yn cae, ei chynorthwyo gan Mrs. Teece, Stockton; 7fed Subscribers-only content

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    i Norway, mewn eobydiwydd gyf- - erbyn a Scarborough, a chyn i'r bywyd-fad ei chyraedd, chwythwyd hi i'r Ian yn Redcar. Ni achubwyd ond daa o'r dwylaw, a boddodd y deuddeg eraill. Boddwyd dau eraill yn Caister, vn tri yn Subscribers-only content

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    Esk, a Greenland vessel, bouiand to Whitby, came on shore, during a tremendous gale of wind, nearly a mile frons Redcar. The life boat was promptly obtained, and several individuals fearlessly pitt off towards the vessel, with the hopes of Subscribers-only content

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    head only. The second heat was disputed stride for stride for 200 yards between Redcar and Oberon, and won by a neck. In the third, Redcar won in a canter. WEDNESDAY. The attractions ofthe Derby broughttogetheramorethan usual concourse, including all Subscribers-only content

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    bill and the common pleas bill were severally read a second time and committed lot Monday. In the Commons the Redcar harbour bill was lost on a division by 118 to 32,-The city of London police bill was postponed till Subscribers-only content

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    to gain the rock by reason If the sea shifting the ship, and then shortly afterwards splitting her to atoms. REDCAR, SUNDAY MORNINGO.-iring Friday night and yesterday we have been %isited by the most awful storm of wind, snow, andz=in, Subscribers-only content

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    beer. W. Kirrage, Norwich, asphalte manufacturer. H. Darhey, Porchester road, Bayswater, tailor. W. Downing, Birstal, Yorkshire, leather dealer. R. Crosby, Redcar, Yorkshire, mercer. W. Turner, Halifax, plasterer. T. H. Capes, Reedness, Yorkshire, attorney. J. Cornish, Sheffield, excavator. 3. V. Penfold, Subscribers-only content

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    Ambergate to Crich. London and Brigbton-Horsham branch. Hlarwich Railway and Pier. Richmond (Yorkshire) Railway. Hull and Bridlington branch. Middlesborouglh and Redcar. And against the Dartford and Rumford. Eastern Coun- ties-Cambridge and Bury St Edmund's extension. West London-Knightsbridge extension. Ashton, Staleybridge, Subscribers-only content

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    belittle doubt that one or more vessels foundered with every soul on board during the storm. In the vicinity of Redcar four distressing losses happened; in two instances every unfortunate creature belonging to the vessels meeting with a watery rave. Subscribers-only content

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    to shipping. especially colliers and coasters navigating the north-east coast of Yorkshire, namely, the construction of a refuge harbour at Redcar. Lord Palmerston has replied to the Newcastle memorial in favoor of IKossuth, stating that Government have not failed to Subscribers-only content

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    gale was almost as destructive. There were many casualties on the Yorkshire coast, especially in the vicinity of Whitby and Redcar. The Triton, of Newcastle, is reported to have been wrecked near the Kettleness, and her crew to have perished. Subscribers-only content

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    at Wentworth. ILLNESS or Eana. FITZWILLIXaI.-Earl Fitzwilliom has had a dan- gerous attack of illness while staying at Marsice, near Redcar, on the Yorkshire coast. I-Hopes are now confidently entertained that his lordship will be sufficiently recovered to receive the Subscribers-only content

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    abruptness in the event. The earl had latelv felt well enough to undertake the journey by railway from Marske, sear Redcar, to Wentwortb, and as late as a fortnight ago had cherished the hope of entertaining her Majesty on her Subscribers-only content

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    of the coast of the United Kingdom: - Berwick-on-Tweed. Northumberland-Boulmer, Alnmouth, Haux- ley, Newbiggin, Cullercoats. Durham-Saltburn, Whitburn, Seaton Carew. Yorkshire-Middlesborough, Redcar, Filey, Bridlington, Hornsea. Norfolk-Cromer, Mundesley, Bacton, Palling, Wintertou, Caister, Yarmouth. Suffolk - Lowestoft, Pakefield, Southwold, Thorpeness, Aldborough. Kent - Subscribers-only content

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    Pontypridd, Glamorgunstirn, brick m.,ker.-Feb. 17, S. Brain, Bistol. timber merchat.-Jan. 31, T. W. Potter, York, cnrn merchant.-Fe. 7, A. Bryson, Redcar, Yorkshire, br ewer-Feb. 3, E. W. Robinnon, Liverpoul, cotton broker.-Felt. 3, J. Stoner, Ormakirk and Stuthport, Lancashire, grnoer. Certificates Subscribers-only content

 

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