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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

25 Mar 1865

Henry Grattan, Esq. These young ladies, their father’s will, forfeit their ample fortune of £20,000. A Massachusetts judge has decided that a husband may open his wife’s letters, the ground, so often and so tersely stated by Mr. Theophilus Parsons, of Cambridge

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

28 May 1853

Hebert. He knew tie confidence which his lady placed in this servant. His eyes we.e at once open to the foul deed, and the conviction that his most d ar and belov.-d son had been slain the machinations of his wife, eked his feelings so ter.ibly that he was

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

19 Jul 1845

habit nf bathing ; and on the following morning his clothes were found the bank of the pool. A considerable sum of money which had in his pockets was found safe; his gold watch was carefully laid in his hat, and a stone placed in it prevent it being blown

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

27 Feb 1864

ensued, in the course of which Mr. Osborne was urged by Lord Dunkellin, Mr. Henley, and others, to withdraw his motion, but eventually a division was taken on Mr. Osborne’s motion, which was negatived by 220 to 47. Mr. Lindsay called attention to the

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

3 Nov 1838

lavoiirite hobby of the M old Lord .Monsort one his committed the liigh n)i«deme.Trioiir of killimi fox, for which olfence lie was publiidy rated by his landlord one morning fixture near the farmer’s residence. When his Lordship rode away from the abashed culprit

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

16 Nov 1867

tae csa on his grace! He had been noo paying rent lor tax years till his grace, and thocht it was an unco thing to be paying siller tae lang, and no ken his laird. In Scotland aye kent bis laird His grace, in warmly and kindly welcoming his tenant, told

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

7 Jan 1865

excellent and worthy laird was making bricks on his property to build a wall. Her Grace asked politely, “Well, Mr. Gordon, and how do your bricks get ?” The Laird of Craigmyle’s thoughts were much occupied with a new leather portion of his attire, which he

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

10 Aug 1867

claim was opposed by Mr. Campbell of Glenfalloch, who stated that in consequence of the question between himself and Mr. Campbell of Boreland, only lately decided, he had abstained until now putting in a claim for the dignity. Mr. John Campbell claimed

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

12 Nov 1842

College, n'.isgow, for the education of ladies, place Ust in that citv, before the Lord Provost and number of and gentry. Mr. Bond, the B»cooler Poole, and a barrister fourteen years* standing, succee Is the late Mr. (Jregoric, senior Magistrate at the Queen

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

13 Aug 1864

O’Connor, provision dealer, applied for his release, and Mr. Lewis opposed f.r tne detaining creditor, a Mr Tyler, for damages awarded in action for malicious arrest. It was one of the cases excepted m the of Parliament. —Mr. Commissioner Gotdburn concurred

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

5 Mar 1864

bench, and his value to the Government throughout the recent discussions on international law has been inestimable. His pale, thoughtful, earnest face lights up as his arguments seem to tell, and he gradually warms to his work, and makes his points with

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

15 Jun 1867

price of his conscience were sent him shortly before the period when he was to make his award. He placed the two budgets of guineas one in each pocket of his upper coat, and proceeded to meet the parties. Having taken his seat he said, striking his hands

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

21 Jan 1865

interdict wore to laid, how were the exhibitions to be .earned out ? Was the blacksmith at the end of his day’s work 1 o return to his forge, or the tailor to his board ? and, moreover, vtonlu exclude many deserving men, for they had gaslighters, oostermoagers

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

23 Nov 1839

daughter of Mason. proposing laird Durham's health, the Duke Sussex dwelt upon his youthful attachment to liberty ; his exertions in his county and in parliament in the same good cause, when arrived at manhood—particularly his support of the reform hill;

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

19 Sep 1863

undue severity, whereby the sergeant-major and his wife were subjected great and grievous hardships and sufferings. 2. For having stated in his reply to Mr. Smales’s defence before the court-martial that it was Mr. Fitzsimons’s fault if the sergeant’s wife

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

7 Nov 1863

succeeded Mr. Baron Wilde, whose seat has been occupied by Mr. Sergeant Pigott. Sir William Atherton has been compelled, from ill-health, to throw his position as Attorney- General ; Sir Roundell Palmer has become Attorney- General, and Mr. Collier has

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

10 Dec 1853

the whole thus collected 100,000. Mr. Paterson, Mr. Sellers, Mr. Kennedy, and Mr. Cameron of Corachoilie will each several thousands on the ground have heard that this patriarch has 50,000 ». cat h: and sheep on his several farms. The iter sheep are the

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

19 Jul 1851

Vice-President. The health of lier Majesty was followed that Prince Albert. His Royal Highness Prince Albert, who was received with immense enthusiasm, said—“My laird Duke— lairds and Gentlemen,— very sensible of the honour which you have done in proposing

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

4 Nov 1865

by the news of his death. . Bis life will ever influence England’s history; and although very different opinions will be passed on him, on one point all will agree—viz., his patriotism. His country was ever the object his care, and his hand protectjl&

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Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser

Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

4 Sep 1852

Mrs A. Tabell, the Misses Gabel;, Mr and Mrs Rolls, Mr and Mrs Wheeley, Miss Wheeley, Mr and Mrs Edward Davies, Mr and Mrs Seeretan Woodhouse, the Rev. and Mrs Evans, Mr and Mrs David Thomas, View article

Type: Article