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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Wil- 7iam Jones, Saer Men, Braich, a hargaret Williams, Pen- craig-y ddMa o Lauddeiniolen. Ar yr 21ain, yn nghapel Abney, Mossley, gan y Parch. Edward Minton, yn. cael ei gynorthwyo gan y Parch. John i Hughes, Everton, Liverpool, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    y Inefodd."2 .Cihwith fyddenym- msei lythytau dyd-! orol-arryGenhadaeth. Clad wd ef y-l1eg o' r. mig liwn !gF gjydi -thywyfsogion-Israel. yn. Abney Parik,.gan dyrfa barciis a`JiQ'sog- Dia' 3bycdd,-enmw Williaitt llis, nidl ynutig y' wlad hnon.id-mewn gw-ledydd &&iill, i't rezD~arty'soedd M& M Subscribers-only content

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    filoedd glywred na cbint y fraint hprso mwry. Bo Mr. Roberts farwv Awst laf, a ohymerodd ei gladdedigaeth l ddydd sMawrth yn Abney Parkr. tI D r 1 i, a ,1 D i F ,i r a D e - Subscribers-only content

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    NODION O'T BIFIDDINAS. (ODDImWanIT EIXN Go0rEBYDD NEILLDUOL). "I3YWYD CRIST'" GAN'Y CY N' l AURRAR. ln o'r wythliosana diweddar cyhoeddod-l 'fri. Cassell, Petter, Galpin, &Cs, , argrniiad shad o ` Tile Life of Chnri " gan Dr IFarrar. Y mae'n Subscribers-only content

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    Gwener diweddaf, claddwyd gweddillion d marwol Mrs. Simner, gwraig y Cymro twymngalon a 'r chenedIgarol Mr. Abel Simner, yn mynwent Abney a Park. Dilynid yr elor gan Mr. Simner a'i blant n Miss Simner, Cadben a Mrs. Benjamin Simner, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    G D-, -O -O -0 (tWYDDONOL. 2 7 . *, I I;S , . . . - Hysgbyar,,jao D Oha-vxanne wedigadael Bruesels am y Congo, dros yr Institute National de GWographior Bydd-Dr. AitgrxfEfo Berlin hefyd yn eychwyn an y. Subscribers-only content

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    use of them by forged documents. JUSTICES' JUSTICE. Two worshipful Leicestershire Justices (Mr R. G. Cresswell and Mr W. W. Abney) issue a disttess warrant for 5s. 4d. against a poor man named Thomas Lakin, having a wife and four Subscribers-only content

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    Kenny, states that " this woman's death was caused more by the stench of the house where she was confined (Abney gardens, West Hackney) than by the peritonitis resulting from her confinement. A most intolerable stench rises from a drain Subscribers-only content

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    P-lince Albert reomained about all hour for rcst atnd rTufrshce-ot. Ahbot ontt o'clock the Pritce tsad his eort pg left Abney 11nll for Mlatcehester, thc road beine lined thor s-oltde o 's-ay soith eagccr sp etators aood co-cry avaiible bpoiott Subscribers-only content

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    countess Mtiden, of adatsghter. ima'trtrinsges.-On the 24tth ult., J. CarItn, Esq., to Emma, eldest d tughter of Sir .J. Watts, Abney llall, Cheshire-On the Ist, it A. Do Vere Beauclerk. Esq., to Miss Evelyn Fitzroy-On the 2nd, G. J. Bridge, Subscribers-only content

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    strenuous exertions should be devoted to the accomplishment of this object. At the annual meeting of the shareholders in the Abney. park Cemetery Company on Monday, a lengthened discussion took place respecting the frauds upon the company by a clerk Subscribers-only content

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    at a price which will be no bar to its admission into any school. J. S. BOOKS OF THE WEEK. Abney, Captain.-Instruction in Photography. (Fcap. 5vo,pp. 168.) riper nnd Carter. Allen, John Barrow.-Parnell's Hermit; with Notes. (Feap. Svo, pp. 37.) Subscribers-only content

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    l' Cobden's Speeches, uniform with their People's Edition of tin Speeches of 'Mr. John Bright. NEW BOOKS AND NEW EDITIONS. Abney, W., F.R.S.-A Treatise on Photography. (Small 8vo, pp. 326). Longmans. A False Step; or, Real Life in Australia. (Crown Subscribers-only content

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    the abave, Lectures will be given in the Fbyoicnl. ~-Department by Messrs. Boys, Mic~lhell, Hoffert. end Captain W. de WJI. Abney, R.E., F.R.S.; in the Chemical Department by Drs. Hoedg- .Linsosn end Percy Frannlcavd4 inL the Biological Depaertmsent by Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    the ; fparish clerk, slid 6s. to thme organist ; three guineas to keep V1ho the~ Nil Desperandum vault in Abney P1ark Cemetery, in had urhicim his wife is interred, in repair: LI, l03. to the vicar un-. of Little Subscribers-only content

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    Ma-nssr !di ;Speritry I:-aae-s-&~. Symplacraca or N xx TI-LDPSATP. - Sp!Ortsiimn - Faiianui - .1-porling LiiG-Ilecesy ; Ficld-Quecn Lep FWhitar Abney .: Liase/ and Wlftcr-Qucon Lily or Mhite IAbbuey - Lu-v-a-sed Vie uaaaics' Gaze fc-Enainelcor Heresy; i I ยง1rili'n aais-feey Subscribers-only content

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    . Bramwell, Professor W. EL Flower, IProfessor _A. W. Williamson Catain Sir D. Ga1Iton, A. GT. Vernon Harcourt, XV. XV.' Abney, Professor J. Goeikie, Professor J. S. Blurden Sanderson, Colonel Sir F. do Winton, Professor F. G. Edgeworth, W. Andrews, Subscribers-only content

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    Ron. Major Powys Heck, Mr. C. W. Packe, N .1 the Baroness de Clifford, Mr. C. H. Frawen, Lady Mldith Abney, AI. Hastings, Major Woollaston, Mr, Isaae Harrison, Mr. A. C. Prettyman, Mr. KL Fenton, Mr. T. Hollick, Messrs. Craddock Subscribers-only content

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    soteL. amongst bee gen eral compaty were the Marquis of Lortidgs, Lady Hastings, the Rev MaTraduke avasour, r and Mnessse. Abney hastings, andt Dl, Caldcoti, O. iB, Bracebrldge, B, B. Har~topp, hI. e'., a. s. Frewin gs. HW. Abhey, the Subscribers-only content

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    by drowning in a well, at Pegg's Green, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, (luring Friday night, the 1oth ult., was brought up before IV. Abney,' Esq., at Ashby, on Thursday, when the whole of the evix dence previously published was repeated. and the follow- Subscribers-only content

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