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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda gwynebau prydferth a chostus; ys. nd terfeydd (nen fasnachdai) i'w cymhar0 a. ha ena rai yr, oedd mesnabhdaiShoolbred a Tarn yn ad myned yn r hai bychain , gwestai mor eang wr a'r Langham a'tilouvre; 11yfr fasnachdai ao a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Mynych yn awr ydyw fy loes, id Awel sy'n groes, angau a'i gledd, Fistedd yan deyrn, llywia o hyd Tarn o'r byd, tyr u i'r bedd; d- Poenaaf am hyn, rhodiodd mewn trais, Id Egwan yw 'm lais, dyma Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Qsentbigadhau, fxiab~aziu, &e.. 4BNEDIGARTHAU. J°rn.tbAaXy'9mflqGifiso~l, Pr;i1Mr. Jons .tarnxr, ;Treffynon, ar cyb. d W . . . : :I ; : i; PRIOVASAU.": LEvx-Jorvs-Ar ,y 2&in cynfisol, yn ngbal Tarn,'g'd-yPArch.'D- hillpe)xera~ro diel eigynorthweyo gan y PAreh.3 John oRb4Ai7 '(IenWn! G"yllt), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tae:-Por Boarders, from 40to.40 gulneasparannm. Day Soholars , 6 to' 8 The Sehool re~opens on MondqtSeptember Rth, 18. The nrxt Tarn #tI.A~4wn Edarab~js of 20p, will bel competed tor. MsBtaho soboailpo~'p. for the heat boy wrhc ~ 9 ene . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iant~sisl~ ereill i .efrydwyjr, cenadau, ysgoblei~ti, &C Anfoner pob order am lyfrau, gyda blaen dal am danynt, i Mr. Josepy Tarn, 56, Paternoster-row,, London,0. oddi wth yr hwn y gellir cael eatalogueg yD rhad. Aaromuer oeisiadan Gweinidogion a cheisiadan am Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 8 March 1658-9, 08 March 1659-08 March 1659

    Mont auban in France, 1750, by the Revd. Mr. Joseph Warton." The poet exclaims: (See Dodsley ,) (1755,) iv. 207. "Tarn, how delightful wind thy willow'd waves, But ah! they fructify a land of slaves! In vain, thy bare-foot, sunburnt

    Parishes (East Ward), St Theobald, Musgrave

    from thence to the tarn, and from thence to the way upon Cressekeld [Keldhead ] which goes towards Appleby and to the place where four ways meet, and from thence to the head of the Tarn. All this shall be

    Spain, July 1537, 01 July 1537-31 July 1537

    but perhaps Moli res is meant, which is the name of a small town near Montauban, in the dep. of Tarn et Garonno, in France. "Quanta mas agora que es muerto el se or don Fadrique y el Rey de

    Spain, May 1538, 01 May 1538-31 May 1538

    return to these his kingdoms. Vescovo della Vaur, that is, George de Selve, bishop of Lavaur, in the dep. of Tarn. "Et per consequentia ruinar in un momento tutto quello edifitio, che havavete fatto, ai quanti mesi vii erauate stato

    Index, T, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    : m ustered, 557. Tallantier : Lowther's "diet" at, while acting warden, 485. Tarbott , Mr Wil.: at Fernehirst, 741. Tarn house , the, and half forest: in Lancelot Carleton's hand, 558. Tarras water : near Debateable land, 301. "Tayles Subscribers-only content


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