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  • * British History Online *

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    The municipal charters, Introduction and description

    Cardiff prior to the Norman Conquest; but arch ology attests the importance of the town under the Imperial governors of Siluria, and under the rule of their political heirs, the native reguli who became known as Kings of Glamorgan and

    Custom House Records, Introduction

    at the latter place. In 17 29 mention is made of goods carried coastwise from Caerleon. The ancient capital of Siluria still possesses a couple of deserted wharves and ruinous warehouses, but it is probably many years since a sea-going

    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    of that portion of Britain whereof Caerleon was the seat of government; and which, though forming part of the ancient Siluria, was known in early medi val times as Morganwg. It was not until the latter half of the fifth

    Margam Abbey muniments, Select documents to 1568

    the whole is a fanciful etymology. With "Morganwg" compare "Esyllwg," the root of which is related to the Sil in "Siluria." In the 4th year of Henry VII. Lord of Glamorgan and Morganwg. At our next County (i.e., Sheriff's Court)

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    beautiful. Dunraven, Dinrhefn , is said to have been at one time the chief seat of the BritWelsh Princes of Siluria, but this MS. makes no reference to the tradition. In early charters "De Grana Villa." Later "Grenvill," and finally

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gymhwysiad celfyddydol n'r gallu- a oedd hyn er prawf o'r peth. Fel y canlynol y3 q dywed Murchison yn ei "Siluria :"'-Gosodiad C a threfniad erisialaidd ydynt (sef y ]lechfeini e hyn) a falurion mna, y Rlaid, o ba un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I torpedoes, a'r holl longau a esgynant yr afon yn cael eu gorchymyn yn ol. Yr uiag. borthladd rhydd yw Siluria. lMewn adroddiadau o Paris dywedir mai yr unig destyn o ddyddordeb cyhoeddus yn y ddinas hono ydyw y . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EEducation, e~speeiHly in rl6ation to the Industries of Wales,' op.,-+'Pro Patria,' yr huwi nid atebodd i'w enw. iHistorical Priimer of Siluria, I0p.4l0s.,-.`Cadwgan,' yr hlwn nid atebodd .i'w inw. Casgliad o Gant :o Ganeaqon Qvmreig, gyda Nodiadau, pwrpasol i Ys- golioi*, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~pablished-on- Wednesday, 0 tober 2nd. coNTENTs. I. Ticknor's History of Spanish Literature. 11. Clhurch'and Education sinWaels. Itf. Forms ofSaintation IV. Siluria and California. V. Mure on the Literature of Greece. VI. Metropolitan WAater Supply. VII. Anecdotes of the Pfovisioual Governmentz Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hoping that you will be as proud as I am of the connection which is now established between Cornwall and Siluria. Sir Roderick Murchison did more than this. He publicly I addressed the Colonial Office on the subject of the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    List of palaeozoic fishes, 1874

    the Creator. - Old Red Sandstone. - Popular Geology. Morris. British Fossils. Munster . Beitrage zur Petrefacten- kunde. Murchison. " Siluria ." - Silurian System. Owen. Dental Characters of Genera and Species of Coal-Measure Fishes and Reptiles. - Odontography. - Subscribers-only content

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