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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dydd Iau, lledaenid yr hanes am zi y ffrwydrad slaethus a ddigwyddodd y diwrn- i od blaenornl yn mhwll glo Seaham, Durham. E Er fod hanes am ddamweiniau o natur gyffelyb, 'e yn cael eu cadw yn barhaus o flaen Subscribers-only content

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    o Lowyr wedi eu lladd.l Fel y crybwyllasomn yn fyr yn ein rhifyn diweddaf, digwyddodd ffrwydrad dychrnllyd yn ngwaith glo Seaham, Durham, perthynol i Ardalvdd Londonderrv, ddydd Mercher, yr 8fed cyfisol. Nos Fawrih, seth dros 200 a d iynion a Subscribers-only content

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    dan ei ith ofai.- Gokebydd. Lm vn Teimlir anhawsder mawr i gael gafael ar y cyff yn yn mhwll glo Seaham, Darlain, lie y digwyddodd y ua ddsamain anifoduia yr w'thuos ddtweddaf. Credir y- fod 167 a ddynion wedi ea Subscribers-only content

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    chael golwg ar sefyllfa y wlad. d Parheir i godi cyrfl y rhai a laddwydl yn y jihanohwa pwll glo Seaham, a gwneir ymdrech er is awyro y pwll. Y mae y drysorfa er cynorthwyo i perthynasau y dioddefwyr eisoes Subscribers-only content

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    loop. i'r drysorfa er oynorth- 'Wyo y rhai a wnted yn weddwon so asnddifaid trwy y danchwa y0 mthwll glo Seaham, a 1lythyr o gydym- deimlad Ag Ardalydd Loodonderry, perchetog y pwll. Ymwelodd larll Granville 6 Chastell Penarlag yr wythoas Subscribers-only content

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    ddydd Iau. Yr oedd y boc: wr ymadawed g yn aelod e'r Ystafel] Ffrongig. Parha y glowyr i aflonydou yn Seaham, swydd Stafford, er's cryn amser bellach, ac y mae yr awdur- dodau wedi penderfynu gwysio rhai o'r prif derfysg- Subscribers-only content

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    gwir dds gan y gol- ygydd, tanau wedi en hyagrifenet maewn dull buddiol yn hytrach na dsngos cywreinrwgdd, megis Corris, Seaham, &c. Y mlae yma loefyd gyfar~soidiadan gen Ens Llechid, yr hwn sydd ye erddangoe gallu nid ol bychan mewn Subscribers-only content

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    perhaps his Lordship's choice 4vould prove her to be so. The bonevmpon, it is said, is to be passed at Seaham. In genpie, it is ncj very pleasant to hear the papers throwing ihese terms about, and' talkig of beauties Subscribers-only content

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    are since dead. The mother and tie sur viving child are doing wvell. MARRIAGES. On Monday, the 24 instant, at Seaham, Durham, by the Rey. Thomas Noel, Rector oflirkbyMallory, the Right 3Hon. Lord Byron, to Miss Milbauke, sole dsughter and Subscribers-only content

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    months. - Wednessday, July 16. The Marquis of LONDONDERRY took the oatits atd lI is eat a, Vane and Viscount Seaham. SILXK MANUPACTORY. fstctr t ' On the order of the day being moved, that the Silk Vail Bill be Subscribers-only content

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    Of the better character, however, is his Portrait of the Daughter of the Right Hon. rr Peel, of young Lord Seaham, as he walks with his mother, 'tbe Mar- chiossess of Londonderry. Such too is the son of Lady G. Subscribers-only content

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    I --THE EXAMINER. LONDON. DEacrmiun 25. M. Casimir Pdrier has read' to' the two Chambers a long report on the affair of Lyons. In this document, he does not state a single fact which was not previously known, nor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    story of his visit to Darrynane is, it appears, utterly destitute of foundation. -A scene of much gaiety occurred at Seaham harbour on Tuesday last. Lord Durham came in his yacht from Hartlepool, accompanied by Lady Londonderry, who returned with Subscribers-only content

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    Monday, as Mr George Wilkinson, of this city, was driving his lady and Mrs WVilkinson, sen, in the direction of Seaham, in a phaeton, he attempted to cross the Sea- ham railway; when a train of empty coal-waggons was descending Subscribers-only content

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    account they would return to England several weeks earlier than was at first contemplated. The Marquis and Marchioness, and Lord Seaham and suite, were expected to arrive at Mcurice's hotel, at Paris, last evening, from Dresden, and they are expected Subscribers-only content

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    Marquis of Londonderry took the Chair; and, besides him, there were present the Hon- Mr Liddell, MYP.; Lord Raveuswortb, Lord Seaham. It wao stated in the course of the evening that the latter noble lord, now in his 18th year, Subscribers-only content

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    are the names of some of the distinguished individuals who have arrived at the Castle:-Marquis and Marchioness of Londonderry, Lord Seaham, and Lady Francis Vane; Lord and Lady Seymour; Hon. Cecil IFor. rester; Lord Archibald Seymour; Mr Irvine; Mr and Subscribers-only content

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    corn dealer-March 24, T. Wharton, Wyton, Yorkshire, and Kisgston-upon-Hull, mer- chant-March 24, E. Thompson, Kingston-upon Hullmerchant -Marcih 211, A. Ayre, Seaham harbour, Durham, grocer- March 17, J. Stripling, Liverpool. ship chandle,'-March 19. W. and J. Sharrecks, Manchester, maclihe makers-March 2a, Subscribers-only content

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    Sir R. C. Ferguon, G.C.B. deceased. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Miller and T. Goodman, Peterborough, Northamptonahire, rmerchants-P. Thornton and T. Todd, Seaham Hlarbour, Durham builders-J. N. Wood, W. Dowson and K. Wood, Lierpool, sail muakers-J. N. Wood, W. Dowson, and M. Subscribers-only content

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    attempts, as the Chapter collec. tively support Mr Farrer, and neither the Bishop or the Dean have taken any part. SEAHAM. To the Tenantry in the neighbourhood of Wynyard Park-" This elegant sam- ple of aristocratic literature has been called Subscribers-only content

 

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