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You searched for: Place: Talsarn, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Index, T, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    William, Irish pension, 1012. -, Sir William, for the Duke of York, 1185, 1353. Talbotstown (Barony, co. Wicklow), 1156. Talisarn [Talsarn ] Green (co. Cardigan), 1059. Tallentire , Robt., a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, 1069. Talley monastery (co. Carmarthen), British History Online

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    teimlad boneddig a gwreng yn dyst o hyny; ac yr oedd teimlad miloedd o'r Cymry yn tystio fod JOHN JONES, Talsarn, a HENRY REES, yn areithwyr o ddosbarth ucnel, er mai areithwyr dysymI oeddynt. Nid oedd ganddynt hwy, fel ELIAS, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Aberteiff, Deheu, Tregaroc, Mai 24, 25. Aberteifi, Gogledd, Bronant, Mehqfin 7fed a'r 8fed. Atfon, Cefnywaen, Mehefin 19, 20. Brycheiuiog, 9aerfyrddin, Talsarn. Mehefin 6, 7. Dinbyvh:- Dyffryn Ciwyd, Rhiw, Mai 25. 26. DIffryn Conwvy, Pandy Tudur, Mai 24, 253 Pflint, Gellifor, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Griffith Parry, Aberystwyth. 9: Nos Fercher, yn y Gwynfe, Parchr. David James, t LVaenurwo, aC Edward Edmunds, Abertawe; yn c Talsarn, Parchb. David lGriffitb, a James Donne, Lian- h gafni; yn Myddfai. Parchu. J. E. Rhys, Abertileri, a C David Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Caernarfon; O. G. Owen (Alafon), Ysgoldy; Mri. T. P. Lewis, A.S., Bangor; R. Lloyd, Douglas Hill, Bethesda, a Owen Jones, Talsarn (a.). Dgffryn Consoy.-Parchn. E. Davies, Trefriw; W. Roberts, Lsarwat; Mri. Morris Davies, Llanrwst, a ¾ Benjamin Williams, Llandudno. , Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LLYFRAU; EYD0 Cyhoeddedig gan ln awr yn Barod-PHISCEINIOG. Almanac y Miloedd A Llawlyfr o wybodaeth fuddiol, ( AM9 Y FLWYDDYN 1890& Now ready, in Pocket-book Case, is; Cloth, 6d. f English Diary, e OE THE CALVINISTIC NETHODISTS, FOB T Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    gais ar benig Uyindeithasfa OC~warterl okl ethodistiaid Coaaindd Gogledd £'ycnru Y PFULPUD CYMREIG,' Allan o "Gofiant y Parch. JOHN JONES, Talsarn," Gan y PARCH. 0. THOMAS, D.D., Lerpwl. Mewn Llian hardd, pris 5s. 1 Cyhoeddedig nr neiliduel ar gyfer .Aholiadau, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ar gais arbenig Cymdeithasfa £hewarterol .&ethodistiaid Calfnai d Gsgledd CYerN 'V PFULFUD CMREIG,' Allan o "Gofiant y Parch. JOHN JONES, Talsarn," Gan y PARCH. 0. THOMAS, D.D., Lerpwl. Mown Llian hardd, pris 5s. W Cyhoeddedig yn neiliduol ar gyfer Arholiadats Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    oed, "Glywaist ti Michael Roberts yn preetha ?" " Naddo," " Glywaist ti John Elias? "N addo," "Glywaist ti mo Talsarn ynte?" "A'addo." "Wel, wel, chlywaist ti 'run dyn mawr erioed ynte?" "0, do," ebe finau, "mi glywais Hlenry Rees, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    afford a direct communieation from Liverpool, Manchester. and the north to Caermarthen, and there will then be a station at Talsarn, wilhin lees than two miles of the esiaeea, Loll minpriFes the Lloyd Jack, Ystrad, and several other farml, with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ROYAL AGRICUUI'U AL SHOW AT BRISTOL. I_ THE AWARDS OF PRIZES. The exhibition of the Royal Agricultural Show opened on Wednesday, at Bristol, in good earinest. Although the sky was overcast, there was no rain. The attendance, however, was Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to Caermarthen, an,', the:- wi Talsarn, within less than two miles i.| I comprise Cwm ere-ucha Farm, buildings, and about 44 acres of arable siulc Henard Farm, situate on the road lea.lim: (i to Talsarn, consists of a convenient fami-li Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    on the road leading from Caermarthen to Talsarn, containing about 40 acres of pr<.~- ductive land. Lot 4 comprises the Rhydyftder Farm, also situate i on the Mad leading from Caermarthen to Talsarn, consisting of I | a farm-home, with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    acre, of arable and mead . Lot :l .onsprises tiie Heusird Farm, situate on thi r. v from Cqermarthen to Talsarn, containing about 10 _■ ■ ductivs land. Lot 4 comprises the Ehydyflder Farm . «..■•' •- onthe road leading Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    afford a direct communicatioii from Liverpool, Manchester, ami the north to Caermarthen, and there will then be a station at Talsarn, within less than two miles of the estate. Lot 1 comprises the Lloyd Jack, \stnid, and several other farms, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    together. 151. BAY MARE, Marble by Cubin s Welsh Flyer, dam hy Alonzo the Brave (H.S.B. 22) : took Ist Talsarn, Nero, Court, New- castle, Enilyn, and Lampeter before she was 4 yrs old, also won a match of £40. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    his Native Land. - On Tuesday evening last, Mr Thomas Lloyd Jones, j son of the late Rev. John Jones, Talsarn, delivered his famous and popular lecture on the above subject, at the Tabernacle Chapel, to a large and attentive Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    OUTRAGE AT MANCHESTER TOWN HALL. .. . r .1 -..•__: u_ t? .__ nr,_.„ _•-«-,- -- Ikn Une ot tne paintings oy rotu m_uu„ _>_uwi_ uu __i_< panels of the Manchester Town Hail haa been dis- figured. It waa Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Poor Law unions. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 3 July 1862;--for, a return "of the area and population of the several unions and parishes in England and Wales; ..., 1862

    Tref-y-coed (4) The parish of Llanwenog includes the village of Court (c) The parish of Trefilan includes the hamlet of Talsarn (rf) Tho parish of Llanybyther includes the villages of Abergolech Glanduar Porthyryd, and Tynyfford ' ^) The parish of Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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