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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am 8.20 yn yr hwyr, ac ymhen ychydig a m fynydau yr oedd y tan-beiriant, dan lwyddiaeth th yr arolygydd Allison, ar yr ysmotyn, a llwyddwyd 'n trwy ymdrech galed i roddi y tan allan ymhen r- tua deugain mynyd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heuaeth yn gorwedd ar Mary Ann Davis. CARcHAR ABEBTAWE TN ORLAWN !-Y dydd o'r blaen, yr oedd y prif gwnstabl Allison yn apelio at yr ynadon am awdurdod i gymeryd dynes i garch- nr Caerdydd, oherwydd fod carchar Abertawe ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddisyblaetb Y gred ydyw, y cedwir rbyn wyth mil o'r milwyr Prydeing yn yr Aipbt, o dan lywyddiaetb y Cadfridog Allison, byd nes y bydd awdurdod: y Khedivo wedi ei sefydilu ye ddiamheuo. Heb: hyny, gallai yr hail draul yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edwin Ress, Blaenavon ; Mary X JoDes. Babell; Elizabeth A Morgan, Bargoed, and Catherine Williams, Babell. Seeond Clase. John E Allison, (larnddiffaeth; John Bethel, Bryn. mawr Isa c T Clark Pontnewynydd; Jemima A Cole, Gar"fach; Jane Col-, Garnfach; David Davies,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jeallt other pro4uctions. , f tile Qn thle 19th. inst. in Arunlel-streei, Mr. Vgeorge Ward, f e firm of Soulsbv, Allison, and Co. coal-nuercliutst ocr- -On Saturdai tiasi at her holuse in Chapel stieet, GIros est place, in her 27th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Attorney, lr. Sykes, New-inn. A. Mlat, Lambeth, victualler. At-orn-ey, Mr. Popkin, Dean- street, Sobo. E. Col1irson, Cronkd-lainp, oil-merehant. Attorniem, Melesr". Allison im I ltiIndleby, Fr-emsan'e-coiirr, CortdljU. C'. H I, Si -Ater-street, Wond-itreet, ribbont-manminaotlirer. At- toreit-, Messrm. KIigh! and Freerman, Basinligiall-street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1deiunds. N. K. Bronlks, Oxford,-corofactr. Attorney, Mr. Graltaw, A bingdoo. 3. Duncan and J. Young, Hlddersfield, wooistaplers. Al- tdmney, Afr. Allison, Haddersfield. r. 1Iltbitfhaw, Blackbera, Laficashire, linetn-draper. ' Attor. ney, Wr. 'ieDhcrst,' Blackburn. - W. Morris, Lottierworth, Leirester, cattle-dealer, Attoar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was the yountgesIt and last surviving son Of John Earl of Ruts,. On the 5th instant, at Brighton, W mi. Allison Jasnison, Esq. of Church. row, Newington, aged 70. - On Wednesday the 8th instant, at Long's Hotel, Bond-streetf Mattltet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nized him to be a butter who had lived in several respectable families, and said that his real name is Allison ; that about four years ago he charged a man named Arnold with having extorted a Saut of.moiney from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst. the lady of Henry Sass, Esq. of Charlotte street, lloomsbnry, of ason. The wife of a joanruevdian mason named Allison, residing at Caine, has within a few days (for the third time since her inarriage) been delivered of twins, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this accident were Mr. G. Allison, the landlord of the Anti-gallicass public-house, Limehouse-hole, and Francis Webb, a waterman of Kidney Stairs. The medical man was of opinion that the lightning had first struck Mr. Allison on the back part of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    August 21. INSOLVENtTS.-W. & G. Nichols, Crovwn and Horse-shoe-wharf, Upper Thames. st. coal-merchants. 11 BANKRUPTS. J. Stead, King-st. Clerkenwell; cooursmanufacettrer. [Allison & Co. Preeman's. court, Cornhill. - ,, J. Good, Bunhill-row, Old-st. worsted braid-mnker. [Wiogfeld, Great Marlbe- rotigb-st. - w.4g. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Johri Savill, of Halstead, Essex, to Susan, youngest daughter of Colonel Addison, of Cilton-hal, Suffolk. In Edinburgh, Dr. Pulteney Allison, Professor of the Theory of Medicine in sthe University, to Margaret Cranfiscr, daughter of the late Dr. J. Gregory, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FIGURED SILKS, at Es. 'ld. worth ts. tod. Also an endless variety of FRENCH SHAWLS and IPRI.STED MUSLINS, equally cheap. Allison and Edwards, Regent House, 240 Regent street. BELL'S INDIAN PEARL and GOLDEN POLENTA, B for makintr PIES, PUDDINGS, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Ten till Four. ASTONISHING DEMAND for SILK:S,- Aln consequence of the very great demand for Silks, at nearly half-pi'ice, ALLISON and EDWARDS, 240 Regent street,-have PUROHASEDJ one cithe LARGEST STOCKS ever possessed by any Firm, and they invite Proitulsar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Town are informed that ALLISON and EDWARDS, 249 Regentstreet, SILK MERCERS, LINEN DRAPERS, &c. &c. have determined to offer the whole of their Summer Stock of Silks, Printed Muslins, Challis, Foulards, Collars, Canezous, Fischusettes, Shawls, Scarfs, Veils, Ribbons, Hosiery, &c. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lessons-Mr M. is making arrangements to receive Pupils in the City. ADIES and FAMILIES leaving Town are informed that L ALLISON and EDWARDS, 240 Regentstreet, SILK MERCERS, LINEN DRAPERS, &c. &c. have determined to offer the whole of their Summer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    first maker, can be purchased on reasonable terms. LADIES returning to Town are particularly recommended Lto inspect the STOCK of ALLISON and EDWARDS, consisting of every novelty, in pattern and material, for Autumn Dress, viz. French and British Merinocs, Bucharia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bailey's, 221 tegent street. An assortment of Sable-tail Boas. LADIES returning toTown are particularly reconimended to inspect the STOCK of ALLISON and EDWARDS, consisting of every novelty, in pattern and material, for Autumn Dress, viz. French anld British Aterinoes, Bucharia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1834. I I ADSo andrEturningto Town are particularly recommended 1 IDIA-ReUBBE SPING PN ueiri lxbl oteQil All the STOCK of ALLISON and EDWARDS, consisting of every noeltby inl pattern and material, for Autumn Dress, viz. French and British Moreons, Buatehrna Subscribers-only content

 

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