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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

16 Mar 1872

nt for life. A Mussul. man and • fanatic, when finked for his reason, he said s that 'God bad enierei hint 'to kat the enemy of his country,' that be bed he in his crime. hut that God was his 'Shurrier He is of middle height, brownish complexion, brown

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

23 May 1884

ant wear the newest kohl's. A vorrin lady complains to as that a certain young lawyer el sonaslumaes dermal Wok to his profession. We diet know she his profeetio, v ' sass peofessioe roads to bor. A man asked his legal advisee bow he could • servant who

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

17 Jul 1869

bloom of his youth and height of his repute/hi • poet, nmeried lady Byron, as be repeatedly avowed, without a particle of affection, entirely for her isehme. Although he liked her after marriage, he continned, as he avows, his bachelor habits—sat up all

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

8 Aug 1902

earn her living she studied the art acting with Mr. Vezin and Mr. Neville. vocal and dramatic recitals are well known in London and different parts of the country. Theresa Lady Shrewsbury. • Theresa Lady Shrewsbury may be described, X. 4. P., as a social

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

16 May 1902

of his time who was • frier judge of horses than Captain James 0. Machell, the announcement of whose death has received with general regret in *petting circle . It was after spending some yeses in the army that he resigned his commission, made his home

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

3 Feb 1888

rendered by the plaintiff were made null and void by his conduct. Mr. A. Cock, Q.C., and Mr. Newton were counsel for the plaintiff ; and Mr. Littler, Q.C.. and Mr. F.. Garnet Man for the defendants. Mr. Cock. in opening the case. said that the proprietors

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

18 May 1872

engineer-iu chief. Mr. W. Lindsley, locomotive superintendent. Mr. Suiedley, mender of the Pembroke and Teuby Railway. Mr. J. Wearer, South Wales goods manager. Mr. James, harbour master, Swansei. Mr. Laee, manage; Monmouthshire Railway. Mr. Lean, district

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

30 Jul 1864

established his innocence being lost by an officer of the crown. This letter, which was alleged to be forged, was one from a Mr. Johnson, assistant barrister of the county of Mayo, resigning his office. Mr. Irwin asserted that a letter was written by Mr. Johnson

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

14 Aug 1869

at the Instant, and one his legs sou terribly crashed. NI R. K ENS AND MR. Ft C HIER. —The ((antic Munihly for August contains an article by Mr. Charles Dickens upon Mr. Fechteie acting, which is eulogated in very warm terms. Mr. Divicens concludes by

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

27 Sep 1901

ie indeed, a fine child, madame, the young laird of Glen Girlie. His father, the wealthy Mr. Julian of America, of whom you have doubtless., heard, has just become, by the death of a distant relative of his mother, the head of the family here. 'Tie a

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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

1 Sep 1838

Charity, aged .(Mr. Powell Mr. Seaborne’? br Jrwstone. vrs 2 Mr. Tranter's hr Cholstrey. yrs Mr. Orickneirs hr in. Victoria, syi». Mr. Porter’s Rosabelle, ai;ed Mr. New's Paddy Whack, 5 yr5.. _ . Mr. Seward’s hr m Lass, 4 yrs 7 7 The Hunters*

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

24 Nov 1893

The attendance included— Mr Powlett C. Milbank. Conservative candidate for the county. Mr Preelten Cole. C.C., Mr Thomas Moore. J.P., Mr Percy Severn, 1.1'., Penybont Hall, Capt, llotehkis. J.P., Builth. Mr M. Howell, Builth. Mr A. Gwynne Vaughan, Builth

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

20 Mar 1880

flartington, Mr Gladstone, Mr Bright, and Mr Power, are not united. I would not say a word against Mr Gladetone's talents and intellect, as I consider him to be one of the cleverest men in England, but I do not say that he is one who has by his ante in Parliament

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

5 Mar 1886

visitor* (Applause). Mr W. J. Nott proposed The Ladies is a very Jocular intoner, and made a few excellent remarks as to the power of ladies for good. With the toad he coupled the name of Mr JUDO' Morgan, OMNIeel& (Applause). Mr James Moreno suitably

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

2 Feb 1933

by lady Conservative members :—Mrs J. Thomas, Noysdd, Mrs Caldicott, Farmers' Arms, Mrs Davies, Rectory, Mrs T. H. Howells, Mrs D. Tuthill, Mrs T. Hamer, Mrs S. W. Button, Mrs W. Dore (Danmyarth). Mrs F. Wargent, Mrs G. Pearce (Half way Inn), View article

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

8 May 1903

whose namesake and godson he is. The Duke of Connaught is before all things a soldier. His devotion his profession and to his Mother Country were primary' causes of his refusal of the Saxi•Coburg-tiotha succession. It must not be forgotten, however, that

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

15 Jan 1876

is 73, Mr. Bosch' is 75, Mr. T. S. Cooper is 73, Mr. 8. A. Hart is 70, Mr. J. P. Knight is 73, Mr. C. Lendeeer is 77, Mr. J.F. Leiria is 70, Mr. Redgrave is 72, Mr. George Richmond hi 76, Mr. Sydney Smirke is 78, Mr. B.muel Conains is 75, and View article

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

27 Jan 1866

retire to his bedroom to read, and was sought for on his being absent umoh longer than usual ; and another story is that, the Bowling Works, where he had worked with hia father, he had been chaffed the ground of his being a tall boy for his age,” banter

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Brecon County Times

Brecon County Times Brecknockshire, Wales

5 Dec 1902

by the sale. The auctioneer was Mr Thomas Powell. Catbedine, for whose gratuitous services Mr Laird, the secretary, a eordial vote of thanks. The old h ave d ,been replaced by over Efty new books, kindly 'given by Mrs Owynne Molford. PIZSZNTATION , —On

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Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser

Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser Brecknockshire, Wales

23 Jul 1864

of the porters, one of whom shouted to Mr., Boyman, who was his hands and knees, with his face to toe ground, a crouching position, telling him not to move. Fortunately, notwithstanding his perilous situation, Mr. Boy man had sufficient consciousness left

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