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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TYD!OR GAUAF 1869. Arddangosir y STOCK HELAETHEA A RHATAF YN NGOGLEDD CYMRU 0 NWYDDAU DRAPERY c Gogyfer a'r iTymor uchod, Heddyw a'r Dyddiau canlyrol gan J. E. ROBERTS, VICTORIA HOUSE, BANGOR, Rhif. 317, High Street,- a 2 a 4, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Amatthpbbiaeth. PEIRIANAU AGER AT DRIN TIR. Y mae em hamaethwyr yn ddiau wedi clywed yn gyffredinol am y ffordd yrma i drin tir. Y mae yn Mrydain Fawr yn barod fwy na 200 o ffermydd yn cael eu tiin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO COMPOSITORS. TANTED, an experienced Welsh Compositor. W Apply at the Office of this Paper. Yn awryzn barod, pris 3c., drwy y Post 4c., CYM RU MEWN PE3RYQL ! EFODAETR YR JUN A PHABYDDIAETH, lJgan y Parch. D. EVANS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yn aworyn barod, yris 3c., drwoy y Post 4c., COYPRU YXEWN P33ELYEGLY TiEFODASTH YR UN A PHABYDDI:AE:TH, tlgan y Parch. D. EVANS, M.A., Dolgellan.- Cy- hoeddir y Llyfr hwn ar anogaeth Cyfarfod Misol pen Gorllewvifl Meierion. I'w gael gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ye aw(r ye barod, pris 3c., dray y Post 4c., oCYMU MEWN la]roGL! DEFODAETH YR UN A 'PHAXBYDDIAETH, Jgan y Parch. D. EVAn S. M;:A., Dolgellau. Cy- hoeddir yLlyfr hwn ar anogaeth CDyfarfod Misol pen Gorilewiflol Meirion. I'w gael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yri asseyn ba)Iod, pr is c., drwy Post 4c., YM RU SMMWN PERYGL! EFODAETH YR U:NT A PHABYDDIAETH, egan y Parchl. D. EvAn s, M.UA., Dolgellau. Cy- beeddir y Llyfr hwn ar anoneth Cyfalrfod Misol pen Gorllewinol Meirion. I'w Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . Xp2piaba. Just Pubised, Price 6d., fIALVINISTIC METHODISM IN WALES, Its kJ present position and fature prospects. A Critical Review. London; HODDEB & STOUGHTON, 27, Paternoster Row, E.C. TEE ACADEMY, TOWYN, CONDmCTED BY MR. EDWIN JONES, AND THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4LfflVbbw`i 4f o Cafodd y Messiah ei berformio nos;ry l'leg' cyfisdi yn Kgwrecsam. I Y prif gantorion oedd Miss Mjagglw Jones, Mis; Edwards, Mr: S. Allen Jones, Mri T. J. Hughes. Cafwyd' cyfarfod rhagorol. Mae cyngor trefol Oaerdydd wedi: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Q%1' lt lfb i1 ~t2t t f3riabaaxn LC. Ca GENEDIGAETHAU. EnDVARDs-Ark 25ain cvfisol, priod Mr. John Edwards (Mechell), Llanfellell, Mon, diweddar o Lundain, ar fab. PRIODASAIJ EDWARDS-BLACWELL. --Ar y 13ez cyfisol, yn nghapel vFron, Dinbych, gan Mr. E. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gsenc(tgaetiU3, wriouaau, act PRIODASAU. Q jClRF -RjIc1A'RDS.-Ionawr 5ed, yn nghapel Lonpobty. gan y Parch. E. P. Jones, B.A., Upper Bavgor, E. T. Griffith, Dean Street, a Lizzie Lloyd Richards, Yorke Place,- y ddau o Fangor. PAWRY.-ROBERTS.-Rhagfyr 27, a nghapel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATUJRDAY'S LOINDON G&AZETl'TE : h t. ~ : . BAB'KgUPTCY ENLARGED. C. Emery, Brornley-VWod-End, StaFfordnhire, dealer, from Feb. 2 to Mrrch 23. BANK1R'UPTCIES SUPERSEDED. Dover, dealer. J. Tevlor Whirington, Lancaslire, cotton-dealer. - BANKRUPTFS. T lIcyd and ,J. Winter, Bboe.Be., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE;ATRIE RiOYA.L, DAlUTRY-LANE. I TO-MUOROW ill l.be reerfarmnert the Conedy of WILD OATS. Or,Titesdasy,.GUY MIANNErING. On Wedcosday, The iO;D to RUIN. And on Saturday next will he pre oduced, s Ncr Musical Drama, called The LADY and the DEr'IL. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. N1ro3. Jane Miles, anl old lady, lived at No. 9, EbinwY-square, Poilloi'o, ,tele >he occupied the Grst floor, and passed the last three years of 1wr life, d&ring- which period nO human being save herself ever Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    il t iLANB.-Tuesday, Faustus. With the new divertisement of the Camp. And the Sen in Liaw.-TbuC daY, the Road to Ruin.- Saturday, the tragedy of lratus. Lucius Jsius BrutsO j Mr Booth ,COVENT GARDEN.-Tomnorrow, Julius Cvtsar. And the Ramsbottoms Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMPA ZON TO.THE -DOMsIESTICt-OOKERY. In thick volume; l2aso lpirrceSs. 6a. bairds', thea third ediitidin,0 much improved and. enlarged; of pRACTICAL DOMESTIC ECONOMY; a New System, formed rienc. M ,,n Dis covenes an, the Pivate Com'nst cations of Perntssof Sxerience. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Dec. 6. LORD CHSAnR~ttLAITN'S OmFICr, Dec. 5, 1825.-The Lord Cham- berlain of his Majesty's Household has appointed Thomas Seymsour Hyde, Esq. Assistant Master and Marshal of the Ceremonies to his Majesty. INSOLVENTS. W. Webb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Dec. 13. INSOLVENTS. J. Barber, King's row, Dog's row, Mile end, builder. W. Hubbard j an. White Lion court, Cornhill, merchant. BANKRUPTS. J. Harris, Norwich, bombasin-dresser. Solicitors, Messrs Poole and Co. Gray's inn square. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Taesday, Jan. 10. Tbiij Gazette contains a Prociamationi, foilded oil the "Act to provide for the amsiimilation of the currency a1od eoH ccn of secoi' ot mug hoer the United Kingadom of Great Britain and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J[)RURY LANE.-Tomorrow, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Malvina. With the Pantomime. COVENT GARDEN.-Tomorrow, Venice Preserved.Aoid lr- lequin and the Magic Rtose.-Tuesday. Gay Mannering.-Vedliesday, no Performoanee,-Thursday, Arrtaxerxes.-Friday, A Grand Performance of Antient and Moderm Music. ADELPHI-Tomorrow, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Feb. 7. WHITEIALL, FEB. 6.-The Kiug has appointed William Courtenay, Esq. to be Clerk Assistant of the Parliaments, in the room of Henry Cowper, Esq. resigned. JcSSOJ-VEtSTS. J. Burrows, Bond street, Vauxhall, builder. J. Subscribers-only content

 

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