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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    97rd~ rwy. brodyry ealcai alt ge1 capel eang i gynal y'cyfarf odyddso readeiryddi" parchns am linwr kgadairinr daa6 :Canodd ypgol Scar syr anutbem, ' ,L:y Pasg,' adibenvyd ,ycyfr 'fad trwy wedd: gan y'. Parch.- S. Price. ,alwyd. Cyinanfa,' raRcroI o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Casnewydd. Gelligroes, Babell, a I Machen, y Parch. T. Evans. a'r Mri. W. Jones a H. Richards, Rock. Rock a Scar, y Parch. D. James, Llanenrwg, a Mr. J. Morgan, Gelligroes, i'r Rock, a, Mr. Evan Jones, Rock, i Soar. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hwn y cymer. wyd'rhau gau y Parcine.lees Evans, Penal; T. Evans, Hope, Chape'. T. James, Graig ; Mr. John Beynon, Scar, &c., Ye dyowyd ei weddillion i " dy ei hir garteef " yn y Cemetryj ac y rhod iwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EISTEDDFOD NEIRION, DOLGELLAU. CALAN, 1882. B.eirssiadaeth yr Anthemna6 er C,? ' or y dineddar Mr. 1P, 0. Fees, Dolg. 1laau. Daeth 15eg o anthemau i law, Un o ba rai oedd naw diwrnod yn rhy ddiweddar, sef Llewelyn. Ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;2biaklu ~g2thosnol. Dvdd Gwener, y 18ed, gohiriodd y ddau Dy S)nerld eu he steddiadau hyd Hvdref 24a n, prvd y de uant yngbyd dracheef -Tq y C f f redin i ystvrie] ei reolau, a Th y vrArelwy idj, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Pleasington

    the ground slopes downward to the River Darwen and its tributary, with woodland declivities in Woodfold Park , below Alum Scar , and at the confluence of these waters. On the south-eastern slope the subsoil consists of the Coal Measures,

    Parishes Hampton Lucy

    in the bend of the river, and the higher ground to the north of it terminates abruptly in the precipitous Scar Bank overlooking the river and, still farther north, shoots out the long easterly ridge of Copdock Hill . The

    The borough of Scarborough

    consists of a cup, 1638 ( York ), inscribed, 'The gift of Mr. Willm Thompson to St. Maries Church in Scar , who died Decembr ye first 1637'; the cover appears to bear the York mark for 1672; a cup,

    Geology Geological Map of West Somerset Orographical Map

    Mountain Limestone forms some of the more picturesque parts of Somerset , and it well deserves the name of ' Scar Limestone,' which it received in the north of England on account of the numerous scarps of rock which characterize


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