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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in o longau. ei Mawrhydi or eawF; R, daro 0-ei gwvaelodwrth- y ,tir zzia ii e 11a' ddylasai, ar dywod Ryde, tue chwre zaflpiiro dPortsmoiuth. Yr yde wedi lledu:ei iblhol ;-iwyljau - i gymzeryd; yr ydhydig: wynt4lydodd a'w gaeyr .hw. Subscribers-only content

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    ei fod yn cael ei amcangfrif fel dwy filiwn o bunan. Chwythwyd C pedair o longau drwy y pier yn Ryde. a dinystriwyd I ef ynghyd a dwy o'r liongau gan y gwrthdarawiad. Er e foa gwyboalaeth wedi cyraedd am Subscribers-only content

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    a chadarnhawyd cofnodion Y y cyfarfod blaenorol. 2. Gohiriwyd echos y Market a Hall, am dri mis. 3. Etbolwyd MNri. Ryde, a Lundeal, . nghyd A Mr. Dew, o Bangor, i ddyfod yma i brisiO T o gasmrrorks. 4. Peuderfynwyd Subscribers-only content

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    iddo dderbyniad serchog i'n plith.' Caed eyfarchiad byr gan Mr. Davies. Darllenwyd llytbyr oddiwrth y Parch. G. B. Jones, Dinorwig,.o Ryde, Isle of Wight, yn yr hwn le y mae yne aros er mwyn ei iechyd, yu hysbyse ei fod Subscribers-only content

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    qvfarfob",?.b 39isor AMSER CYMDEITHASAOwTO)D A CI1YFARFOD YDD. MISoPL e Y Gymanfa Gyffredinol, Camn. Ydid, Mehefin, 14,-16, 1898. Cymdeithsfa y De.-Llandrindod, Ebrill 5, . 7, 1858 Cymrdeitbtasfa y Gogicdd -LlaL1Ylin, Ebrill 20, 21, 22, 189S. Aberteifi Gogledd,-Siloh Aberystwyth, Ionawr 18, Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAY'S LONDONS GAZETTB. II'idteill, Yfay S1, i817. His Royal Higlines. the Prince liegeIt has been pleaserd, ,n tie name and on dne behaif of his ajesty, to grait the .ignity of a Baron of the Un cited Kingdpom of Subscribers-only content

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    sCe*tetit o if witinoti`4t v eni uta n n-ooe-'etider. 'ITiie d-i vert i'iemebts hI- re puiliel in tbe itat:iL ot Ryde i, L.eitittn i .AudCo. arid'never in lis own iename. TheJnaio1 tIte pilit-ip ial in the concernm wias %tic r Subscribers-only content

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    Windle, ohnCstreetBedfonrdl-row.e ,. 1I. antJ WV Carpel ter, A qrealM'd, fants, birewere. Atto'rnes, .Me~sss. Jsnldnls, Jaines, and Abbott, New-iim. 1V Ryde, Croktrpset, grocer. Alttornies, Iticdirs.TUlo~ fid Preston, .Colenain-etteet 1 . Twill pertbivd that an`tlih Correphds v bi s oticipaiedM his Subscribers-only content

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    Bircbinnlane, broker. Attoraies,, Me3sra. Swaine and Ca. Old,-Jewry. J. Oswen. sobthamptanfl shospkeeker. Attorney, Mr. Ire. landj Staples-n 'n J. Widodit, Ryde, ljanis, grocer. Attorney, Mr. H. C, B Lerkeley, Lhcol's-irin-nelds. T.. Kemp,. Kihjgston3_-upos-olull, victualler. Attornies, lessra. Rnsser and Son, Bartletts Subscribers-only content

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    nothint ourselves of the business,_ we give 'Mr. lartey a hearing.- Exeamier.] Wednesday evening, about half-past seven o'clock, as Mrs, Ryde, of Oxford-street, Aas returning home from a visit to a friend near Acton, just as she got into the Subscribers-only content

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    R. Shawv, Speenhantland, BeiL-hire, timber-dealers. A. lord, Pirmin gham, victoaller. 11. A. Shaw, Coi brook, Tariorley, Cheshire, cheesefactor. (- 'silner, Ryde, Isle of&igbt, dealer. J. iienricksen, Lichfiee'l, cotton-spinner. J. and J. B. Phillip', Mortlake, Surrey, ironmonigerT. P. Giblett, New Bond- Subscribers-only content

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    " no nore." The i'd i, some Addresses have been got up in the Dock- -arel and the Deputation fronm Ryde cnnsisted of a few tinp~ains and Stirgeons in the Navy ! Now mark-; the cv~i~i'e shevs its great sense Subscribers-only content

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    g j INION ASSOCIATiONr 6J4- ] aitrpbcW rk- l,$dge. Estsilgi~Sd_ -and e'ii~inrwee# by-Ar~t, imenL. ...- ~~ per seduig t - r u fmaee inh itki a 5inary AssitstiicC to Fernte iLngg-in, Sums of Money at Derth, nes waftiesi 01a Subscribers-only content

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    mother.-The Jury retrnmed a verdict to that efl'ect.-Bartlett, the beadle, here said that the parent of tthe girl reside at Ryde, in the isle of Wight, agd that. her father was a respectable master shoemiaker. She informed hiim, that while Subscribers-only content

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    gate, Thomas Brodie, Esq. rkhany yeaes employed in compiling an Index to the Journals of the House of Lords. -At Ryde, Isle of Wight, on the 20th instant;' of cholera maorhus, Sarslo t~he wtfe of W. s. ones, of the Subscribers-only content

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    houses at Dodnor were injured, and some boats in the river were pierced with balls. The shock was heard at Ryde, Shauklin, and otier parts of tIe island. Accounts from Stockholm state that the conflagratiomi which destroyed the flourishing city Subscribers-only content

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    Company, 667.. Trial of Vice v. LadyAnson,667. . Blacklow v. Fairbrother and others, for false imprisonment, 668. . Trial of Ryde v. Langston and others, 668.. Crisdle a. Bolton, for breach of contract, 668.. Trial of Blackman v. Simmons, for Subscribers-only content

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    'hci .. inext day . : - - . . i _ I I y On 4he Stat nut, at Ryde, Isle of Wight, Artiti Vansittart, Esq. of Shottes- brook: Berkshire, - * - ' In Conrisa~gh ptace, Rrobert lyoj, Subscribers-only content

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    their loss. On the Cd inst. at Hilton, Cambridgeshire, in his 39th year, Samuel Knight, jaEsq. of Impington House. At Ryde, in child-bed, Hannah Jane, wife of Sir Henry Thompson, Bart. In Winchester, Aaron Fernandez Noner., Bsq. of Bating Park, Subscribers-only content

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    the absorption of morbid matter, in a post mortem examination, through a slight abrasion on one of his fingers. At Ryde, J. Lind M. D,, many years Senior Physician at the Haslar Hospital. At his house at Wandsworth Common, Wm. Subscribers-only content

 

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