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  • * British History Online *

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    Ministers' Accounts, 1492

    of demesne land, 3 acres of meadow called Rilonde, and 2 acres of meadow called Millesmede, lately demised to Jeuan Rudry. . . . . . . And for 10 s. 10 d. of the farm of 7 acres of

    Patent Rolls, Introduction

    the war. The Letters Patent grant the lordships and manors of ( inter alia ) Higher and Lower Senghenydd, Whitchurch, Rudry, Roath, Leckwith, Newton Nottage, Radyr, Cardiff and Costinton. This has been erroneously appealed to as proof that Cardiff is

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, no.VI (c.1740-93)

    of Llandaff Court, esquire. Thomas Thomas, of Lavernock, farmer. Rowland Richard, of Rudry, victualler. Thomas Thomas, of Saint Fagan's, carpenter. William Robert, of Rudry, yeoman. Richard Rowland, of Rudry, yeoman. James Cox, of Castell Coch, yeoman. John Evan, of Pant

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1761-70

    Jenkin, of the same, yeoman. William Morgan, of the same, yeoman. Thomas Thomas, of the same, yeoman. John James, of Rudry, yeoman. Next follow Minutes of Council dated 4 June 1767, written in the peculiar indistinct hand of John Richards.

    Reminiscences of old inhabitants of Cardiff

    at Caerau; but at Ely there are only clackers. The three coldest places in Wales are the little heath of Rudry, the spur (lit. "nose") of the Garth, and Cefn On, where I was nearly frozen. O Maria suavis, hoc

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in price, and the demand is good. In the Llanelly district, the works exhibit more activity. The Waterloo Works, near Rudry, have come into the possession of a new proprietory. They have been for some tle idle. The coal trade Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of their pits situated in close proximity to the north end of the Cefoon tunnel on the Rhymney Railway. The Rudry (Merthyr) Colliery is also partially stopped, owing to inability to get the coal to Cardiff and Penarth. The Rhondda Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. The fifty-ninth annual meeting of this association commenced at Bournemouth on Thesdak. Nearly 700 members were in attendance. The arrange- ments for the reception of the visitors have bean made by a committee of members of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Timber Memrchunts and Contractors, Ashbourne. c5847 NT7ANTED, a Tin-dross Smelter.-Apply, stating age and wages f 1 ii rceuired. tol'aterioo Works. Rudry, near Cardiff. ciB4B AI7AYTED. sod Tinoian's Mounter; used to forging iron stew.- fl pan hansdles.-Apply. by letter. co the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to G. IL Watkins, Veterinary Surgeon. Lich- field. oM AN4TED,1 &Tin-dross Smelter.-Apply, stating age and wages WV rqieto Waterloo Works, Rudry, near Cardiff. c18a48 WUANTED, an exoert Ledger Lady-Clerk; good wages give. TV Address, E. 48, Daily Pest .i "hNTED, Subscribers-only content

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