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You searched for: Place: "Penarth Head" "Penarth Head"

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  • * British History Online *

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    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

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    Schedule of place names G - M G - M GABALFA, Y; or Caubalfa, (the ferry.) A hamlet and a mansion in the parish of Llandaff, on the left bank of the river Taff, near Llandaff ford and bridge.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LA T E 81 T IL?i Hj W S. BvY lMTRIOThO AN4D JXTRA.erroxAL TVIL1,0(HAX1' OFFICS9, TEAMFLM BUILDINGSrU; NcTW STrEET, BRUTlcB'S TBLS-ORAMS. TIlE POLISH INSURRECTION CRIACOW, MAY 19. The Provisional Government of Lithuania has pub- lished a proclnmation emancip ating Subscribers-only content

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    GENERAL NEWS. THe Pl'scErn,-Mr, Gladstone on Saturday felled a becch tree by the old Castle, anrd yestsrday read Iesons at both scryices at the Parish ChurcL. Mr. W. E. Gladstbe, s I.P., presided at the organ. THREATENED REDucTr(f Op Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANTNGS It is said that the Bishoplric of St. 4Ibans has b;een 1t offered to Canon Liddon. 0 The yacht Sunbeam, with Lord Brassey on board, has arrived at Gibraltar from MarseiLles. . The Duchess of Edinburgh visited Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "lTHIS MORNING'S NEWS, TO-DAY'S LONDON PAPERS. i MEACURY-OFFICE, Monday, 6.a.sv Y' EXPLOSION OF A BOMB 1N to (DA5iS Clt5oNICie: TEL'G1..u\e.' r Sv P raahilba, Sunday Nighr.-I learn front Moscow that intense excitenient waIs created there yesterday by the explosion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IRELAND. TIHE MON U 3ENT TO THE LATE It MiR. 1. H BURKE. :e Yesterday a monument, subscribed for by tbe resident .o magistrates of Irelad, to the wemory of the late Mr. T. 0e H. Buzko, wes erected Subscribers-only content

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