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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn 73 mlwydd oed. Ar y 26ain cynfisol, yn 6 mlwydd oed, Ellen Williams, merch Hugh Williams, Boot and Shoe Warehouse, 11, Ogwen terrace, yr Bethesda. io Ar y 9ain oynfisol, ar ol tna deng wythnos o gystudd, yn 85 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hughes, gweinidog yWesleyaid, athadybriodasferch, d yn cael eigynorthwyo gan y Parch. J. Donne, Mr. Rd. Owen, a Boot and Shoe Warehouse, Amlwch, a Miss Annie Evans c Hughes, o'r un dref. . z Ar y laf cyfisol, yn St. Mary, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16t i~a O#Oatioxi *-,c L 4 =4 1 GENEDIGAETHAV. . Ar yr leeg eyfisolpiedyPrh .~ns cda, ydad , prid li. T. ar ferch.' Ar! y if ed. cjdeol, priod r. JohnRObeti W z erfab. , ,, ,, .. ,: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oed. d LLFIDu BEIDDGAR.-Nos Wener diweddaf, dal. o iwyd un George Williams yn y weithred o ladrata n blawd o Warehouse Mrs. Williams, Glan'rafon, gan o P. C. Jones a Owen Jones, Liverpool Arms. Yr ceddid, yn calli pethait o'n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ........ 5 0 Richard Mills, Grocer, Dolgelley .. 5 0 0 David-Griffith, Independent Minister 5 0 0 J. Williams, Shoe Warehouse ........3 3 0 Lewis Williams, Auctioneer .........3 3 0 J. Roberts, Vrondirion Terrace . 3 3 0 J. F.Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5; E- T. Watts, N.A., Henutaes ......... 5 0 P T. Williams, M.D., DWylan, PwIlMfi: 0 0; J Williams, Shoe Warehouse. . ' 3 3 -0O Lewis-Williams, Auctioneer.. . 3 3 0 J. Roberts, Vrondirion Terrace .... 3 J., F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. T. Watts, M.A., Henrfaes ............ 5 0 0 T. Williams, M.D., Dwylan, PwIlheli 5 0 0 J. Williams, Shoe Warehouse ........ ..33 0 Lewis Williams, Auctioneer . ............. 3 S 0 J. Roberts, Vrondirion Terrace ......... 3 3 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn fwy hysbys iddynt. .Dydd Sadwrn,. Hlydref 2il, dewiswyd y Cadben Phelp, Nanteos, a Mr. John Jones, o'r Railway Tea Warehouse, Aberystwyth, gan ddosbarth Llanbadarn y .Creuddyn, y rhau isaf, i wasanaethn fel aelodau o Fwrdd Ysgol Llanych-haiarn. - Eu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Roberts; Glan Wnion ... 0 10 0 Mr. Jno. Ellis, Lawnt Cottage ... 10 6 Mr. John Williams, Boot Warehouse 0.5 050 Mr. W. Williams, Gole4ad Office ... 0 5 0 Mr. D. E. Hughes, London House ... 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hughes, printer; J. k 1d Williams, Shoe Warehose; Thos Ricbards, butcher; g di- R. Jones New Shop; Edward R. E~llis,Toy Warehouse; g Bd R. E. Iloyd, watolunaker; R. P. Roberts, Stamp I dOfice; J. B. Mee, fishmonger; a T. Roberts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sydd bob dala en casgliad at CGymdeithasfa Cainwy dyiunir araynt yr tin mddl ei anfoan Mr. John i Hughes, Shoe Warehouse) High Street, boqwy. Penod- r. yd iy brodyr canlynsl o'r sir, yn ichEWanegol at y brodyr yedd wodi en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Roberts, a Miss Lizzie Roberts, Glian Wion ; Mrs. , Hugh Roberts, draper ; Mrs. Williams, a Mist Posker, Sboe Warehouse; Mrs. Jones, Meyrick Hoausa Mrs. Stalker, a Miss Stalker, Penmaen Cliffe; Mrs. Mor- shall, Dolseraul Hall ; Mrs. B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3, wledd gan y boneddigesfin canlynol':-Mrs. Jones, Meyrick House; Mrs. Ellis, Fronwrlon ; Mrs. Wil- ir liams, 7ratokmaker; Mrs.Williams, Shoe Warehouse; .d Mrs. Mills, grocer ; Mrs. Williams, Springfield-street; .d Mrs. Evans Jones, Bristol House; Mrs. Brodie, Cam- brian Tetrace; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (M.C.) ; Dr. Pring,; M Meistri. Robert Jones, Plastanrallt ; R. Ivor Parry, a Cyfreithiwr ; J. Clarke, Gutta Percha Warehouse; H H. D Williams; Robert Owen, Bookseller; Wil- liam Jones, Bank, a Robert Williams, Auctioneer. D Pasiwyd fod i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fast aebwyr GymTu ei gwneyd yn bwynt i i ddyfod i Mancbester at yr,$0ted o Hydref, a rhoddl tro i'r Warehouse newydd Oymueig yn Choriton Town Hall. Bydd yno sanrywiseth o nwyddan ragorol am brisiso rhesymol, a gellir eael ambell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all necessary domestic offices, with good Stabling, Coach-house, two j sets of Farm Buildings, three Servants' Cottages, and G a Warehouse T It stands in tastefully-arranged Pleasure Grounds, fe surrounded by well-grown trees and luxuriant Ever. N greens, with Kitchen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and all necessary domestic offices, with good Stabling, Coach-house, two sets of Farm Buildings, three Servants' Cottages, and . a Warehouse. It stands in tastefully-arranged Pleasure Grounds, isurrounded by well-grown trees and luxuriant Ever. ,greens, with K'tchen Garden, Conservatories, &c. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on going to hint is EXTRAORDINA RY. No famnily should be witbout it. QOLD BY CHEE1YISTS THR3OUJGHOUXT IKJ THIE WORLD. Warehouse: BlaCkfriarS Road, L^ondon. ~~- I E DUCATION. WILTON HIOUSE SCHOOL#, THEI NEWGAT:E, CHEISTER. MRS. & MISS MORRIS 'will receive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little water on going to bed is EXTRAORtDINARY. r No family should be without it. zOLD BY'CHEMISTS THAROlUGHOUT TEE WORLD. Warehouse: Blackfriars Road, London. n I EDUCATION. k - 1, WILTON HOUSE SCHOOL, h THE, NEWGATE, CHESTER. d I IMRS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of our business would neccessiate our removal before long. Our New Premises are the'most central and extensive as a Tea Warehouse of any in the City,' measuring 5943 superficial feet, within fewyards of-Basnett Street and two doors orii Ch',urch Street, Subscribers-only content

 

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