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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hynaf Mr. D. Manuel, ovezman, Cwmpark. PETssRS.-Ar y 10fed cyfisol, yn 31 mlwvdd oed, Mary, anwyl briod Mr. J. Peters, Alton st., Queen'b road, Manchester. Cafodd gystudd maith, ond fe'i di- eddefodd, fel y gall Cristion ddioddef, heb rwgnach dim. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODION O'R BRIFDDINAS. (ODDIWRTH BIN GOHEBYDD )TEILLDUOL). YR AELODAU SENEDDOL AC ADDYSG YN i NGHYMRU. Wythnos i ddydd Marcher diweddaf, b y Nodwr yn y Westminster Palace Hotel, yn gwrando beth oedd gan aelodan seneddol Cymry ar ol ymgyfarfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a most ac- complished man who has lived a great deal in the United States and Canada."-Earl Selb rne, at Alton, Slua, 5, 186 :--"The rupture of the Legislative Union and its inevitable sequel, the carving of a hostile Irish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gibraltar am Hamburg, Tachwedd 25ain. .Anne Thomas, as., pasiodd Constantinoble, am Danube, Tachwedd 29ain. Kate Thomas s.s., pasiodd Gibraltar am Alton, Tachwedd 24ain. Wyanstay s.s., cyrhaedddodd Port'Said<o Gaerdydd Tachwedd 25ain. Walter Thomas s.s. gadawodd Gibraltar am Phil- adelphia Tachwedd 9fed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - flltfarfobbb Shisot --w o: 'l A.MS1YR CYMDEITHASFAOEDD A CHYFARFOD a YDD MISOL. Y GyanfaGy~difll.4Aer~~ol 4ai19, 20, 21, 1M9M (Jydeihasa yDe-IfrmOl, niaddlais, Mawrth b Slai ac Ebri la a8' 2 lg 18t Vymdeibaaa yQogcdd- ibutynEbrll21, 22, 23aini vi Abertelff, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L IV.I COURT OF KIING'M BENCH. Tmlqsmi .y; 17. PORhD (strom-cry) V l .EwEl (Go-tlar> r,) Mr. FcA#LEPT sisfed, that his clietit waa a respectahie Alton- bey, anld the defe6ndait was well knowsn as a eleiebrated Coint dhats. Th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    War wickshire, woollen-draper. Attorney, -ir. Frowd, Serle-street, LhicolPs-inn, S. Iafrt. Radford, Nottitnlgharmsihire, deaier, Atlornies, Messru, Kinderley and Co. Gray's-inrI-.quare. Winl. Alton, Alfreton, Derhoslir5e- innkeeper. Attornier, Messrs. Ross and Co. New Boswell-corft. Th Weston, Caoherwell, postmaster.. Attorney, Mr. Cross,, King-street, Ssutiawirk. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morrow. Among others of talent, tlt, visitors i illari- Cqj11ria iiadinire [h1t produietion ofMr. Wpsi, anti of ALsToN, Birn, 1-lITOK, Alton Pli7EtfiAL, aud F. P. SirFkrylit:Nos, in listory^,p-of Mess-s. ATKINSON, ihivE, CrLEUNNiE, Co LI5, 1 OO a, Cos, FVASEP., JONES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pert, and his votary G nf checsfuaness ia the S5nny part df this sceue. 148, 4 Land scape-Italian Scenery, W. ALTON, iseie- gaitlstins lie rerl wilt: Pricer, in it ailmost perperdicular oitily i;f ohjec(t, als cliasicitl raini, its hesatifitul reddisih.laroWO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    belonging to the same'regiment, the latter a nrce-masker rmsidin: Est New bury, and w ith whomn afterwards she Cent to Alton, in 'Hampshire, where they continue to carry on van adunterous intercourse together. The Coon (Sir Wmr. ScvrT) after recatiulating, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~i titam, 'Gre y:'s-dsep-siqusare. : W. Middleton and H. Teesdale, Cross-lane, Lower-Tiame-strcet, ehocolate-manufacturers. Attorney; M1r. Pullee, Fore-str(et E. XV. Gray, Alton,. Southampton, banker. Attornev, Mtr. DClement,.Altod t . T. Seabrook, Hadleigit, Suffolk, inn-keepeer. Attornies, Messrt. Mlilned and Parry, Temple. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    torleY, Mr. Sienemquonu, LUicol 'mts-ilti. n. Offer, Bailiwick, Somergetshtife phluterer. Attornies, Nessrs, - Nothersole and Baron, Essex-street, Straud. T. Edwards, Alton, Southampton. irntrmotener. Attorney. Mr. Dyne. Lincntil's-intu-fields. W. Kidd, Nuwecastletmporn-Tyne, linen draper.. Attornies, Messrs Bell end Brodrick, How Chorch-vard. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vicar of Worle, Rector of Rowberrow, and a Jonses of the Peace for Somerset. At Alton,. Staffordshire, the Rev. Thomas Blickey, aged 72, Vicar of Alton upwards of 27 years. toew days since, at Reach, near Newmarket, Mrs Wilkins, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lovers of Sir John Bar- leycorn may now drink in perfection, genuine London porter, and fine- ales from Windsor, Marlow, 'Alton, Henley, Wokingham, and every place of note, in addition to the celebrated strong beer brewed in the towni-and for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. M. Liddell, Fenchurch-at. merchants. B.Wilkinson, Old Broad-st. wine-merchant. BANKRUtIPTCY SUJPBSEDEDlB. W. Smith, Turnham-green, Chiswick, tailor. 14 BANaalRUPTS. J. Lees, Alton, Staffordsh. innkeeper. [Umuey & Litehfield, Chancery-lane. J. Ward, Coventry, grocer. (Young.&-Valings, St. Mildred's-court, Poultry. S. Kerby, Bath, umbrella-maker. [Hindmarsh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Legion of Honour, Vice Consul of France in Albania, to Frances Sopisia, only daughterof Henry Rowland Harley, Esq., Alton, Haute. A DILESssIA.-A newly married swain, residing in Pilton, who, some three or four weeks ago, paid Iis devotions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and gardening, but with much more fancy than sound judgment, seems to have wished to produce at Alton Towers, in his time called Alton Abbey, something different from everything else. Though he consulted almost every artist, ourselves among the number, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1HE LITERARY EXAMINER. Histo7y of Ireland. By Thomas Moore, Esq. In 3 volumes. Vol. 1. (Dr Lardner's Cabinet Cyclop&fdia.) ais book will take many persons by surprise. Its most striking acteristic is a style of unadorned simplicity. Its great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leek, Staffordsh,, silk manufac- turers.-Dec. 17, J, Hirst, Leeds, corn factor-Dec. 18, C. Starling, Knightwick, Worcestersh. miller.-Dec. 21, J. Brindley, Alton, Staffordsa.,colour manufacturer. -Dec. 18, J. & W. Dinwiddie, Peudlebury, Laucash., L. Dinwiddie, Manchester, and H. Bewicke, Lawrence lane, merchants.-Dec. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Alexander, Gros- venor square Graham, Jsames D. Cranford Griham, F. G. Heston Griy, Richard T. C. Basing lane, and Alton, Hants Graves, Henry, Gutter lane Green, William Henry, Ea- singball street Greenhill, Joseph, Northolt Greentree; Thomas, 50 Upper Bedford Subscribers-only content

 

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