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  • County: Brecknockshire, Wales
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

12 Jun 1875

a relative of Lady Vivian's. —After Mr. Lewis dressed the isommiadoners for the defence, defendant himself was examined, and distinctly denied the evidence of the previous witnesses. Hi. erass-examination had only tomm-nced by Mr. when Mr. Leyte fedmated

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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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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

10 Oct 1868

that he must know Ouch more about them, he having been • Roman Catholic, while Mrs. Murphy herself never wu one. Mrs. Murphy tbeu retires, and Mr. Murphy proceeds with his customary &scour a The room, which might hold or Gm), is not more than half tilled

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

8 Jan 1886

an essential pout in his life, which can never again be filled. The sorrow for Mrs. Fala's death will be great and widespread; the pity for the bereaved husband among his friends and acqu►intanon will be intense. (From Society.) Mr Wilson Barrett has been

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

26 Dec 1890

liberty some person had taken with his name, to create political capital at his (Mr James's) expense, and at the expense of Mr Hayfield. He could only regret that he had such a friend, who was nay to sacrifice the truth ou his behalf. He ()Lehman) was informed

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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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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

31 Oct 1868

after a brief interval of suspense the American amber sador asked to be introduced to Mr. Laird. The introduction over, Mr. Johnson eald be was very glad to make Mr. Laird's acquaintance; that be had come to England as a peacemaker; and as Northerners and

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

17 Dec 1896

Harding (chairmen) presided, and t7tere .0 also present:--Mr C. C. Rogers, Mr R. I tent, Mr W. Wakelin, Mr A. Moseley, Mr 3.W. • :es. Rev. Thomas Williams, and Mr D. C. Vile.. with the clerk (Mr IL E. Moseley'.. The a.W. N. Bruce, asidatnnt Charity Co

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

18 Sep 1875

: Cart. M. Batt's Cyrus ; Mr John Goodwin's gem First Love ; Mr Gwillim Williams's Poste Haste ; Mr S. W. Williams's Alice Grey ; Mr John Goodwin's eh m Perfection; Mrs. de Winton's ch g Parkmount ; Mr A. Mien's cb g ; and Mr J. p. Williams's bg St Clears

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

5 Nov 1886

of much mirth. It appetite that the pious judicial, having finished his tabours, and having cast off his forensic wig at his lodgings, had retired into the next room to wait for his bra her judge, whom he was about to accompany to some of the local a

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

21 May 1870

sister of Miss Nightingale, • lady of title. THEATRICAL 817111IART.—It is not often that it 'ells to our lots to chronicle snob • income as that 'chieved ly Mr. and Mrs. Rousby at the QUIEN'S heatre. Indeed, the @access which Mrs. Rousby -.ightly attains,

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

26 Dec 1868

NOTHINO.—Mr. Laird has pale 'Med the corresiongleace between himself and Mr. Reverdy Jobason which preceded their interview at Liverpool in October last. Mr. Laird's object Is to show that the debater. that Mr. Reward) Johnson volustarily sought his (Mr. Leas)

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

4 Apr 1868

the Marchioness of Abercom and the ladies in on the Downs. Unprecedented) large fields, fine weather, --o learn that her Majesty has rather benefited than other &moulted Mr. Adolpbo Kusel, with intent to rob hill,. Mr. Kusel Is a wane ere two its Tuef

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

27 May 1882

Charlie Ker, Lady Violet Grcville, Lady Baldey, Lady Montgomery, Sir E. and Lady flaribion, Sir H. and Lady Croft, Sir 11. Cooper, General ani Mrs. dark Kennedy. Colonel aoil Mrs. Holmes Scott, Major and Mrs. Bottum, Call.L.ill Wingfield, and Mr. I'. GriMth

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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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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

12 Sep 1874

Esq. ; Mr David Downes, was awarded to Mr. R. W. Bridgwater, of Mr Thomas Downes. Brynich ; Groat Porthamal, after a keen competition. W. ltridgwater, Great Porthainal_,. Mr For the best pen of 10 wether lamb s ( p rize S m ith, of Newton ; Mr Price,

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

24 Jun 1882

rather crazy condition ; sometime• throwing the weight of his body on it, he threw out his arms towards the congregation; at other times bringing his hand down with • heavy thump. An old laird, sitting in • egos , * table seat below, hat been anxiously

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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 County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

17 Mar 1883

set quite wish husked sheet&bests was Is Heath, whoa his dished the lellssleL Wands: His soot Goa& lard Smarr males, ; Bet his et she sodas, bleheid tie ashes. Want - a with Ohae. Ma, said a y lady, what the room • laughter ' awl thee le the speedos

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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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