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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

19 Jan 1867

Eisteddfod is to be stripped to his shirt one trousers, and a rope having , his vessel for the saving of the ship, as well as the held at the time of the Paris Exhibition. Mr Mays. been lied to his waist, he desperately keselet his way lives of himself and crew

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Aberystwyth Times

Aberystwyth Times Cardiganshire, Wales

30 Jan 1869

The gathering, we suppose, will be one of the largest of the kind ever known in Wales, and Mr Laird, M.P. for Birkenhead, Mr Cecil Raikes, M.P. for Chester, and Mr Charles Wynn, M.P. for Montgomeryshire, are amongst those who have expressed their intention

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

21 Jan 1865

Hugh Williams. Mr W. Williams. Cal Brownrig brother-in-lew of deceased) Mr C. W. W. Wvcn, M.P.. Mr J. It. Ormsby Gore, KY., Mr W. W. E. Wynne, M.P., Mr It. J. Venab'es, Col. Blackwood Price, Mr Wingfiel.l, Mr Smucker, Capt. Bulkeiey, Mr J. IMO. :solicitor

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

3 Mar 1882

be Bar- We present tie pow Mr Wand Mr David Richards. of Carrog, sw. Mr Evan David of Llanvihangel Gensler Glyn Mr William Morton of Towyn Mr William Charnley of this Town, sw. Mr James Morris of Do Mr John Adams, of Do Mr John Summers of Do Philip Pugh

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Aberystwyth Times

Aberystwyth Times Cardiganshire, Wales

30 Jan 1869

desirous of meeting Mr. Boughey's wishes as far as possible, and con- ceding that his costs must be now much more owing to the price of keep than they were, increased their subscriptions to the extent of 2195 a year. Mr. Boughey said his expenses were over

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

11 Nov 1892

ind 'with a ts.w to his billow-traseller) the passengers Lehi% rudely to each ether. WHAT OW HE !- Mr &MUT' my went the other it .7 to the It— his ey loos tar. Samuel. in his younger slays, was a great fits ourite with the ladies, and in going in and

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

18 Jan 1884

Lloyd's linewlake her Mr Woes' Lair No. 1; D. Lady 2 beat Cdr. Wears' Jaao ; Mir Devise.Deke boat Mr Jere! Mell ; Ma pas rester's best T. Rewlestas' Tiger Mr ' Jod beet Mies Davies' Dewdeop re heat y Mr ; _Mr Mr beet Mr Rare Spy ;Mr itale Blower imat Loie

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Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser

Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser Cardiganshire, Wales

17 Feb 1871

spreading out the :rag to his imagination, his arm relaxed, when hopped the rabbit, and 'queuing at a godly distance, eyed his last owner with peat composting. The negro knew there wee an soda[ the matter, so, summoning all his philosophy. be thus addrsseed

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

3 Aug 1877

Jones, Darowes, Mrs. Remo, Vicarage, Ilanwrin, Mrs. Evans, Centimes, and Mime Jones. Darowen. The chairman of the conweidee was Mr. 1). Evans, the tr.-sewer, Mr. .1. Jones, and the secretaries, Mr. J. Edwards, Mr. T. Roberta, and Mr. J. It. Junes, Darowee

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Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser

Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser Cardiganshire, Wales

21 Nov 1879

barer mbar. t hi mod spier Rare die k. rid. ki rive la kir taw ipso be kw It May reek eat map ail sod r en • bit therm Se Mr powers lee Yet rid. No. ao : look at the roe Hirer It haled ire Whs. be. 'Mow n't• typhoon. Bet the lady lowered bee sires

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Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser

Cardigan & Tivy-side Advertiser Cardiganshire, Wales

3 Oct 1879

Primer &shako!: his &hat eirbi for • livelihood. Oa a mutate emotion me of was term*, to a Rerun Pi t ca ; he the pelotas sees out deer business to &mead bought op at Ow Court of S t . Bat whet to, sad left the studio ia =arm of his p et i ol e Napalms

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

13 Aug 1864

11.1 Me You. Arebtineson Clive. isvis. lib IS Mr Lawrance, Mr John -loom late Mod Mr Arnsid sad alias irodcwort of the IfaMeamllhhosi, Mrs Jones of lb. Selma Branch, Mr Powell. Mr John Mr Wm. rain, and Mr David Ilshertes tiro fgehooL The auk bat the children

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

5 Dec 1868

with his usual quaintness, whilst Nowell was-a catching of fishes, Boner was-a catching of Nowell Nowell beard of his danger while pursuing his favourite sport, and decamped without returning home to make any preparation for his flight. In his haste

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

30 Dec 1865

nt Levick then arrived, sad be asked the primmer his name. He said it was Vespben Fotwood, log that he had teen going by the of Earnest Walter Southey. Mr Lerirk then wild his if the deceased were his wife. He said mires; it is ny lswfil wife and child

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

21 Dec 1877

I. =0 wed& Mr. eel then were IL Mewed. was bet with Web of vnde and these hossew* swatienni Mr. T. Baker, who was Ws* his saves mat& Mr. T. &amok Mirk, and Mr. J. Davis., Woo for lairds hatched this per. lot rim , the a/Mu ammleseed ? Mr. Wes& W et.

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

29 Jul 1887

diamond ring : Lady Wyatt, boa of plate aid old laec : Mrs Charles %Wilkie, silver Ne'.l ilwyrine mirror and house linen ; Mr and Mrs Arthur Whitaker, cheque and large diamond star : Mr mid Mrs Clement StonmWilig, silver tea tray; Mr and Mrs Claude Itaggallay

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

16 Oct 1874

MONDAY, Ocroms 12tra—Pleseni t Mr G. Theme, eliairman, Mr Lewis, vi Mr Starkey, Mr B. Lloyd, Rev. J. Willi ams, Mr Oooke, dark, Mr E. Jones, attendance offieer. Mr Lloyd reported that he. in company with Mr Hall, wailed upon Mr R. Williams in reference to

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

22 Jun 1883

soon brought the young lady safely to re. Great praise is der to Mr Lindsey for his promptaessomil courage in thepllant mime. The of resignations from tie Cobden Club do not emaind de, the priscipal yersonages withdrawing befog Mr and lard Amptlr:ll. In

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

28 Oct 1910

Ids tide Mr. chid dirk to Mr. Morrie. enMlllMmait of Swindon ; Mr. Meath Mr. J. Swarms ; aaeypr Asir. mg ohtei C. sod Mr. reddest Mika* gad MesaraTeekney, of the laropetor Abeyant* line. ems, the omepany ware net by M l F ile 4 l.towl sad Mr. 16.W.1L

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Cambrian News

Cambrian News Cardiganshire, Wales

30 Jun 1866

terminated, a vote of thanks to his Royal Higbee= the Duke of Edinburgh was carried with enthusiastic acclamation, and His ROTAL Ilionsus made the following reply—My Lords, Ladies, and Oeutleineu,—lf, as Mr Graves has stated, and Mr Batley hat repeated, my coming

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