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  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Further narrative, 1835-80

    Council Minutes Further narrative, 1835-80 CHAPTER VI. Councill minutes, 1835 1880. Entering upon the period of modern municipal government, we pass through an interesting series of Minutes which record the inauguration of a new epoch in urban affairs. The


    Introduction INTRODUCTION. At a Meeting of the Council of the County Borough of Cardiff, held at the Town Hall, Cardiff, on Thursday 9 November 1893, it was moved by Mr. Councillor Edward Thomas (in pursuance of notice of motion

    Glamorgan County Records, Quarter Sessions order books, 1730-70

    Glamorgan County Records Quarter Sessions order books, 1730-70 Quarter Sessions Order Books. 1730 1770. April 1730 to Epiphany 1753. [Square 8vo. paper book bound in vellum. ] 1738 Michaelmas. Presentment upon the knowledge of John Williams Esq r That

    Council Minutes, 1835-43

    Council Minutes 1835-43 Cardiff Council Minutes 1835 1843. Cardiff Borough to Wit AT a Meeting of the Councillors of the said Borough, held at the Guildhall in the said Borough on Thursday the 31st day of December 1835, for

    The Corporation Waterworks undertaking

    The Corporation Waterworks undertaking History of the Cardiff Corporation Waterworks Undertaking. By JOSEPH LARKE WHEATLEY, Esq, Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace. Like most towns in their infancy, Cardiff had to depend upon public and private wells for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flpCO~tltJ~t~f ofSa~s y A ctiit,&f., see page S. ........ _~ON MO ND AY- NFXT-. ~ 3'EREMPTORY 15NRESERVED SALE, AlN.t.COLESHILL STREET. Birmispihace. OF" THE EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. (Ilsoans, enders andFireirons, Kithehn y S. JLOORE & SON, on IIONDAY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;.;;- ]PBLIO AMUSEMENTS 1rEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. pg9(DUCTIO{ OF THEE GREAT LONDON SUCCESS, NEW BABYLON, .h a beb n played for 645 nights, and repeatedly natroalsed by Wbserc lighrleses the Prince and Princess of Wales and the gule Dulchess of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1iiticttot ~f tlc byAutio,&eC., see pages. SALESBY AU~I!IN. WO.ICESTER. rnBL1mINIARY~ NOTICE O1F InPORTANT SALE OP FREEHOLD IRONFOUNTDRY, situate at SHyRUB 1lULL, WlORCESTERl; TOftttTItMltWIT!! TIMl ,VALUVA B LE F IXE, ;D PLAN T. STEANI ENr'\GINf,, Two Cuplass. Travelling and otl~ie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. INDISPOSITION OF THE DUKE OF CAMBsRIDGE.-The Duke of Cambridge, who ,has been indisposed for the past few days, was much bettor yesterday. COMMITrAL FOs MURDTER.-At Taunton, yesterday, Frederick Ripley was committed for trial for the wvilful murder Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. THIE NEW BuTE DOCKS-Tho ceremony of turningethe first sod on the site of the new Buto Docks at Cardiff, was performed yesterday by the Marquis of uote, the day being observed as a general holiday. MeR. FAWCETT.-MlIr. Subscribers-only content

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