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  • * British History Online *

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    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1885-7

    Cardiff Council Minutes 1885-7 Cardiff Council Minutes, 1885 1886. 1885 November 9 Monday. Councillor David Edgar Jones elected Mayor; salary 300. Alderman Daniel Lewis appointed Deputy Mayor. Resolved That the ex-Mayor, Councillor Fulton, receive the thanks of the Council

    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    Selections from Archivists' Reports CHAPTER III. Selections from Archivist's Reports. 1 The City of Llandaff. AFTER a careful examination of the new edition of the Liber Landavensis , 2 I am of opinion that there have never been any

    Schedule of place names, N - R

    Schedule of place names N - R N - R NABBS, The. A fishery on the sea-shore in the lordship of Roath (1542.) NAILOR'S SHOP. An ancient messuage in Smith Street (1817-1843.) It formed part of the block known

    Schedule of place names, S - Z

    Schedule of place names S - Z S - Z SAINT DAVID STREET, or, commonly, David Street, constructed circa 1830, on the old southern outskirts of the town, bordering the Docks. So called from the Catholic church of Saint

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    Schedule of place names A - F Schedule Of Place-Names. ABBOT'S LAND, The; otherwise the Back. A tenement in the manor of Roath-Keynsham; situate on Roath Moor and belonging to Pengam (1702, 1703.) ADAM'S-CROFT. Fifteen acres of land at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CURRENT EVENTS. ITALY: FOREIGN. August 10.-Garibaldi is at Caltanisetta, but his followers have not entered the town. The deputies MM. Mordini, Fabrizzi, and othersl have arrived at Palermo, where they are preparing a demonstration against the Government. Bulletins are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    public ,mRiCmcfnto, T1EATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. (GREAT ATTRACTION! RETURN OF THE EIEBRATED CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS! FOR TEN NIGHTS ONLY, .11,lig TIllS (Wednesday) EVENING, August 13th. 27D ASTON PARK. LONDINIS FAREWELL VISIT TO. BIRMIINGHAM, to his departurc for the Court of St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -. THE WEATHER. YESTERD DAY'S GALE. SEVERAL TRAINS SNOWED IUP. BIHMINGHABT. one Of the most charming Aemerican essayists, taking as si ioP text 'A few words in praise of winter," has ritten ai fascinating dissertation upon the subject. To Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : GENERAL A Poses-s p A Pssson&-Xvid- Willis. of Ash- ford, Kent, who is undergoing eighteen months' im- prisonment for embezzlement, haa by the death of a relative inherited a fortune of bettzeeri £,000. and £2,000. Srwrcs figreaSE AMONG Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ELECTRIC SIGNALLING WITHOUTT WIRES. From time to time we have heard strange rumours of I the exnperiments being carried out by Mr. WI. H. Preece, I A.R!S., the ominent electrical engineer associated with her lsMajesty s Post Obee, Subscribers-only content

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