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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SANChESTER. Mae darlith yi anmhoblogaidd 'yn Mfanhester; mae rhywibeth yh rhy ddy'rchafedig, yn rhy feddyl- iol,yn rhy'addysgiadol, ac ynrhy ddesrgifiadol mewn darlith i'r; dinaswyr Cymreig -yma i'V chwenychu; oud cyhoedder concert lie.bydd " yr ysawin dime;" "Sion a Sa," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Thomas Lu Williams, Ty'nygareg; T.R., Mr. 'Robert Roberts, Hendrewen; T.I.R., Miss Ann Griffith, Mathan; gae T.W.M., Mr. Daniel Roberts, Smithy; T.W.A., Mr. iau John Owen, Penyberth ; C.Ll.Dd., liiss Ellen Gri- yb- ffith, Mathan; C.Ll.A., Catherine Williams, Rhyd- eth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jenkins, Allesley Street, Birmingham ... ... 0 2 6 Mrs. S. Evans, grocer Llanrhaiadr... 0 2 0 Mrs. A. Evans, Smithy, Llanrhaiadr 0 2 0 Mr. J. Richards, Allesley St., Bir- mingham ... ... ... 0 1 6 miss Owen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y oldeb gweithdy sydd mewn cysylltiad a gefail, gwaith sefydlog a chyflog da. Ymofyner I ROWLAND WILLIAMS, Ty'n y Grces Smithy, N1Alt CONWAY. I i 1. Yn awr yn barod, ew'sn 6yrddat hardd gyda darlun cywir, Pris 7s. 6c. PREGETHAUT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l'ith inst. James Barclay, Esq. Assistant Serretary to rhe Comhuissiuners of t he Properti Tax for London. Latelyo atBu aleck Smithy, netre Stockport, Jotih Fidler, nged'3tJC-'16. - On the 23d ull. at Caphieaton Clock-mill, aged 104, Mrs. Margaret Toses. - Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Dr. Bull's Academy., 1886

    s ear. " What is the matter now, Smithy ? " asked Gee, looking into the lad ' s smutty face with no great favour. " The matter is, " replied Smithy , with the tone of one whose wrongs Subscribers-only content

    Dr. Bull's Academy., 1886

    the profits. What right has one fellow to be so much richer than another ? " " No right, whatever, Smithy . The whole thing- is a palpable injustice. Why is one day fine and another wet, or one girl Subscribers-only content

    Dr. Bull's Academy., 1886

    " I a vote ? " cried Smithy , rising more freely to the bait than the bucolic Hodge. " And how soon am I to have it, you Grand Old Man ? " " Next term, " replied the Subscribers-only content

    Dr. Bull's Academy., 1886

    ' s Academy. Smithy , and suggested at cnce to Dr. Bull that votes should be given to the upper division of the lower School. " I don ' t see what use it will be to them, " said Subscribers-only content

    Dr. Bull's Academy., 1886

    be¬ gotten a general feeling of mistrust throughout the school. While Gee was patting Hodge on the back, and flattering Smithy , and intriguing to the verge of disloyalty with the Irish boy, he was not sowing the seeds, but Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GLADE, Robert (d.1423/4), of Nottingham.

    and their benefactors. Accordingly, in 1444 Glade’s surviving executor sold a messuage in the street leading from Bridlesmith Gate to Smithy Row, five cottages in Goose Gate and Castle Gate and six acres of land, all to Robert Strelley† of

 

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