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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

22 Dec 1876

Hon. F. TRACT said it was difficult for him to return them his thanks, as he wished to do, on behalf of his brother, for the very kind way in which they had expressed their sympathy for his in his illness. The resolution which had just been proposed, and

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

16 Jan 1864

beard nothing from Mr Dymond, or from Mr Moore, as to the rejointing of the OP. Mr HOWELL said be had had a correspondence with Mr Dymond as to the outfall of sewerage for Mr Naylor, and be (Mr Dymond) had expressed surprise that Mr Moore had not proceeded

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

21 Dec 1883

atficial his elmiet at ones, and with all ob. hops to write down his message. Stel- Yuly balmiest. used for service telegrams awl!. begs. mak, sad very shortly his excellency pricked sip his for he distinguished the particular slicks that his name. A glance

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

6 Aug 1909

graves. Lady (at the station): Can I take the train from here to London Bridge? Ticket Inspector Well, I daresay you may try if von like—the engine generally takes it. The following tale is said to be a kart. A certain Highland laird met one of his gillies

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

31 Jan 1908

Company, Mr John Lloyd, the secretary, Mr Evan Thomas, and Mr John Davies. f TOM the gas works Mr James Evans, Temple Buildings, Mr 'Richard John, borough attrveyor, Mr E D Rees, registrar. Mr Eavies Jones, coachbuilder. Mr Tom Device ,Castle Hotel, Mr David

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

27 Feb 1880

.—One day last October a pedlar made his last visit for the season to Mr. Goa. man's house, and was permitted to engage in conversation with the owner thereof. It so happened that Mr. Geeman, who always milked his own cows, was at that precise time in

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

2 May 1863

rope had been placed round his neck and the cap drawn over his eyes that he awoke to his dreadful position of beiug about to go into the presence of his Maker with, as it were, a Ile in his mouth. Ile made a sign to the Rev. Mr. Davis to approach closer

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Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser

Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser Cardiganshire, Wales

25 Feb 1870

dY set nese leis* Wakes. Mho bad are rank rad ere se Si lady Mestere ries dr ems rat le slier sherd she .lasses err le my sabre eras lady Chad'u. elle es Mist sr is the Iresr a Wile/ with Lady Mr draw. I did sit see drew the Ur et Yy el Avast we lbw der

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

6 Dec 1889

Subscribers are : Mr Richard Roberta, 8.A., L.C.C., Rheidol-terrace s Islington, N. Mr Leek H. Roberts, Rheidol-terrace, Islington, N. Mr T. Howell Williams, L.C.C., Asham-street, Kentub Town, N. W. Mr William Jones, Corn Merchant, Aberdovey, Mr John Morgans

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

23 Jan 1864

well prepared for the sowing of was blown into the -• t, but his gag was lighting ; taken to his residence st Holt Hill, Tranmere. all Loth corn. The change has, however, told inter. anal Mrs Reis, wit' 'e , resales of mind peculiar to In Bold Street,

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

11 Feb 1865

built there. His friends task this rem irk as the expre.sioa of his hut wishes ; and on Saturday his tombstone was raised on the spot where, the preceding Tuesday, he stood hale and strong, in the active exercise of his high official functions. When the Sultan

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

30 Jun 1882

Marquees and Marchioness of Londonderry. laird H. Vane Tempest, Lady A. Vane Tempest, the Earl of Powis, the Fart and Countess of Bradford, and Lady M. Bridgman. Lord and Lady Sudeley, Lord and Lady Harlech, Lady M. Ormsby Gore, the lion. G. Ormsby Gore

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

28 Nov 1863

Since the death of Mr m o re, Bayley. it has been conducted by, or rather fur, the widow of that gentleman. Now Mr Charles Bayley. of Chweetry. and Mr tense Bradley, of Csdu, are emaciated with the *blow in the proprietorship, sod Mr Bradley. we believe

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

15 Nov 1878

Powi., Mr. J. S. Phillips, Mr. W. F. Phi.len, Mr. J. Pritchael, Mr. R. D. Pry.. Mr. Humphrey Sandford. Mr. J. E. Severne, Mr. W. H. Sitwell, Sir entity Wakeman, Mr. . F.M. Wakeman, Mr. H. J. N. Watford, Mr. D. Waiter. Mr. C. Boycott Wight, View article

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

11 Mar 1865

of it wind I and dere , ' Lowe) mere . thiwr other 'I The ii hears( and a La-ch.( Eul Lord Sir Col. J. Tu Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr kr Mel Mr, Mr Mr Mr Mr THE MFRIONETHWIRE STANDARD. yerlfEBAL OF FIELD aI tIISIIAL LORD COWBEHME RE. Thursday the mortal remains

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

6 May 1904

On Tuesday. April 26t hi , he Rev. W. H. Davies. B.A. curate of Neepurt, Pent., took his departure for his home. Tynypurth, Lledrod, slightly improved health atter his recent infuse, amidst signs of sympathy and regret. During his comparatively brief ministry

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

18 Dec 1891

(con Australis, that, on ' advice of his doctor, and of other friends, he will not nneointnitove hi. ministry until the Ord Btusday In nest March. He is slowly recoerring his strength, but still feels the effects of his late Blunts. According to present

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

11 May 1877

circle of his acquaintance. The following wits the order of proccu.i.o : Male. Igoe. Mr. Oak Mr. F rirwpr Mr. Brame Mr. Char. Domdeorril Mr. Wm. Doir.le,4ell Mr. T .prr Mr. JaUbral M S. Mr. PerrMt Mr %. smith Mr. Rich Mr.

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

1 Apr 1865

amongst the rat:-Mr W. W. E.ft ynne, 31 Mr Charles lidwarde. Dolwrsui Mr LewM Willams. Vreawaleei. Mr Lee& Williams, Tea. White, Rev. J. Jonas, am. 0. Wllllame. Rev. Mr Thema. Mr J. Atom Clough. Mr Bassett, Mr W. Orin'. J, Jsmit. Doleelley. Mr O. J. Wiliam

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Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser

Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser Cardiganshire, Wales

30 Dec 1870

hair was cut off before she died, to be sent to Lady S. She was buried mg at the wales boor of Lady It's dream. Captain Campbell, of S., is wed known se • spirited writer on Indian field spode. He and his wife were staying with me in the Highlands of

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