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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

26 Oct 1906

o frame ; Mr and Mrs Richards , The Ilia, cheque ; Mr and Mrs Powell, Lion Hotel, Llangynidr, cheque Mr and Mrs Williams, Pentwyn, Llangynidr, cheque ; Mr Morris, Manest Court, cheque : Mr and Mrs Morgan, Bedington, cheque ; Mr and Mrs View article

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

4 Oct 1901

and he stopped his hurrying pen to listen. The quick, pleased smile which softened beautifully his often stern features, played over them ; he raised his eyes, full now of a tender glow, and upon what vision did they rest ? Not the Mrs. Julian he had

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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 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

14 Sep 1900

devoted soldier, has set to afl all about him. It is his desire at all tittles Lode his duty without fuss or favour, and it has its deferenre to his own wishes that uo mention has been made of his in any otlittal thopatellea. The Duke and of Connaught

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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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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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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

30 Nov 1883

Dr. and Mrs. Werner Siemens, Mr. Carl Siemens. and Miss Gordon ; in tie •econd, Mr. Frederick Sinnott., Mr. Arnold Siemens, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gordon: In the third, Captain Oldekoß, Mr. J'neph O. Gordon, Mr and Mrs. John Laird; in the fourth. Mr. and Mrs

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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 County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

19 Jun 1885

beside his mistress he is also beside himself. A WOMAN who tickles a man's palate has a stronger hold on him than the woman who merely touches his heart, A pig reaching through a hole in a Imp to get a cabbage that lies a few inches beyond his reach.

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

16 Mar 1900

was re-e!ected in 1586. He was, however. defeated by Mr. H. E. Hoare is June, 189`2, but the following August was returned for Holborn without opposition, as succoor to Mr. Gainsford Bruce, Q.C., on his elevation to the Bench, and reelected in July, 1895

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

18 Sep 1875

RA., Mr E. Pateshall, M.P. for Hereford City ; Mr and Mrs. Fowler, and Mrs. Jeffrey de Winton; the Rev., Mrs., Miss, and Mr A.G. Williams, Aberearnlais ; Mr George Overton and party, Wanes Mount; Captain Win. Vaughan Morgan, Mrs. Morgan, and Mr and Mrs

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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 County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

30 Jul 1886

the beginning of April In the following row. • • Mr. Gladstone is goiag fora yachting soot as he is released from his official work, and there is so much vapourish talk about his resolution I to stick to his guns in the new Parliament, I have reason to antkelpoe

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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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