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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    galon ; dynion fel Mr. RY LE. Y mae yn anbawdd peidio dymuno i'r Eglwys gael ei dadsefydlu a yn Tuan er niwyn tori y llyffetheiriau sydd yn a rhwymo y gw~r da hyn wrth ddynion mor a afiywiog, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'a3agorodd ywgol`yn 4 Idhrefecayr hon:'a'sypdwydayn fuan wedirhyn i eglwys Talgarth, ile y cy-rchai:lawer ato am gyfar- iyddyidn achos 1en heneidiau. Tuan r aiser Iwn i d'chre50 odd efie gynal y cyfarfodydd a elwir sud~e brfurfodd y cyfarfod YR ol cyf- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr anghyfleusdra a deimlir o eisiau cael y pethan hyn, ac yn gwasgu am en caeld i bob man mor Tuan ag y byddo yn ddichonadwy. Gofynai rhai ai nid elhd cael y tocynau ymadawol yn rhatach, ac eraill ai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y dref, ynghyd a Miss Dass, aim o frodarian Syihet, a Miss Kate Williamns, iG(lasgow, sydd ar fyned allan yn Tuan i India. Mae r yr adroddiad am y llwyddyn o'n blaen, a, da genymf I1 weled fad y casgliadae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN NEWS. Tuan NEW GOVERNMENT OF CANADA.-The following are extracts from the private correspondence from Canada received by the Great Westernb, and which will be found interesting in the present posture of sifairs :-i Montreal, Nov. 16. The province is Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A vindication of his character and proceedings: in reply to the statements privately printed and circulated by Joseph Hume, Esq. M.P. : addressed to Henry Drummond, Esq. M.P, 1853

    influence over the weak Sultan, was Pangeran Usop (an illegiti¬ mate son of the former sovereign or Iang di per Tuan ), and connected with him, a piratical party, which not long before had committed an outrage upon British subjects.'}" Subscribers-only content

    A statement regarding Sarawak, 1863

    and gave him the title of Tuan Besar (a title of distinction by which Sir J. Brooke had previously been known to the native subjects), Sir J. Brooke himself assuming the higher title of Tuan Rajah.* In 1853 , Sir Subscribers-only content

    The Durbar., 1897

    Negri Sembilan party. The vessel got aground in the Perak River, and the conse¬ quence was that the Yang di-per- Tuan of Sri Menanti and his Chiefs did not arrive in Kuala Kangsar till the middle of the night of Subscribers-only content

    The Durbar., 1897

    when the following subjects were dealt with:- " Land and Mining Codes. " Irrigation. " Labour Regulations." The Yang di-per- Tuan of Sri Menanti , having given previous notice and obtained the permission of the Council, then brought forward several Subscribers-only content

    The Durbar., 1897

    arrival ; and the Resident-General drove with him three miles down the road. At 7.30 A. M., the Yang di-per- Tuan of Sir Menanti, accompanied by the Resident of Negri Sembilan, arrived at the Police Station , Kuala Kangsar, where Subscribers-only content

 

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