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  • * British History Online *

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    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1881-3

    Cardiff Council Minutes 1881-3 Cardiff Council Minutes, 1881 1882. 1881 November 9 Wednesday. Present ; The Mayor (Councillor Rees Jones). Aldermen . Watkins, Evans, Jones, Elliott, Taylor, Lewis, McConnochie. Councillors . Duncan, Cory, Stone, Yorath, Thomas, Bird, Treseder, Fulton,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OYMANFA DDIRES.TOL GWYNEDD. Cyfarfu y Pwyllgor Gweithiol yn Nghaernar- se fon ddydd Sadwrn, Rhagfyr 3ydd, y Parch. D. M Rowlands M.A., yn y gadair (yn absenoldeb ito Mr. W. deorge). Darllenwyd ilythyr oddiwrth pe Miss Gee yn oydnabod cydymdein-ad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RURAL NOTES. From Practical Experience. The tomato is now one of the greatest favourites of all Iarden or market vegetables. Those who have means of cultivating them are always annous to secure them as early as nossible, and an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RURAL NOTES. From Practical Experience. tb I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~fr ThE SEASON OF THE CHRYSANTHEMUM- ro Tihs is once more here, and the chrysanthemum sI ha more popular than ever. Shows are being held all over up thae country, and it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DIR AUS, , .AIOr Es ' TIIS; ssesseements under1is keeoftng Far'arjfo s foilowes'-Mibrri -ff , ed; Dweth fWeseratnotic . 64 2 i;2lasf4 mId fnAeral al es4 "s4 e w ,: 3e.y ;O~f6~y uWie Is l i ,. i , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE. q* FROM O¥R OWN REPORTER. CARDIFF, Saturday. The members of the Royal Archaeological Insti- tute of Great Britain and Ireland are still supposed to have their head-quarters somewhere at Cardiff, although anxious inquiries for their whereabouts Subscribers-only content

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