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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

9 Jul 1841

present know better. Mr. Vivian owed hie shillings. It woo contended by the opponent s of hieh position to the integrity o f his prineiples— to his I measure. that this was not a sufficient protection, and that independence. He (Mr. S.) thought that all

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Carmarthen Weekly Reporter

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter Carmarthenshire, Wales

25 Jul 1874

receive too much credit— Mr. Disraeli spoke of the then Prime Mini-ter ss Chancellor of the Exchequer. Those who carry their memories still farther hack will recollect an occasion when Mr. Disraeli amused the House by speaking of Mr. Gladstone its my right

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

19 Mar 1847

A deputation on the South Wales Railway Rill, eonsistiug of Mr. C..kaon, chairman of the Sesero and Wee Railway ■nd Canal Company, Mr. Bilge, solicitor, and Mr. Coates, agent to the company, had an totemic+ with the Right lion. E. Strut', on Tuesday Not

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

27 Jul 1832

announce that Mr. Scott, the brother-in-law of the Earl oofttxford, and Majesty's Consul at Rourdeaux, died yesterday morning, at the house of laird Dacre, in Chesterfieldstreet, of a rapid attack of cholera. Mrs. Robert Smith. the lady of the eldest

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Carmarthen Weekly Reporter

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter Carmarthenshire, Wales

9 Jan 1864

rebellion, and that he arrested the unfortunate party of Europeans and conveyed them to Lneknow. His conduct was ereeodingly harsh, fax although there were ladies in the party, he kept them so short of water that they had to bribe the guards to get them some

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Carmarthen Weekly Reporter

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter Carmarthenshire, Wales

9 Jan 1869

Miss E. Rogers, and Mr. J. Rogers, Hendre, took the Elementary Certificate. Mr. J. Williams, Mr. J. T. Williams, Mr. W. Williams, and Miss B. Williams, Grove ; Mr. G. Thomas, and Mr. J. Nicholas, Llanddowror; Mr. D. Sur, Blewgyd ; Mr. T. D. Rees, Bishop's

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

23 May 1834

moved the Clause be omitted. Mr. Ewart, Mr. Shanty, and Mr. C. Forgitsson ompprorted the Clanse; Sir J Scarlett, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Halcomb, and Mr. H. Hughes opposed it. Sir S. WHALLEY said that lie considered this important clause should have the fullest

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

2 Jan 1835

returned without any oppusit lass o.—laird Flint canvassed his own Liskeard, hut met with no support. Mr. Kel.eivich. a Tory. has started in his stead. Ile will run a fruitless opposition to the present Nlemlwr, Mr. C. Huller, who is certain of an overwhelming

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

21 Aug 1835

,., t' s d ed iel . a n n a i i n i s, P a r i7 l . rrt tie M 1. - eil. t . , - . -__________ - --- -- Mr. liI'LLER and Mr. HUME tl alit that the emu.. When a Scandinavian - Chief fell in bate.. • .. yowl?. system o f governeuent under

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

19 Dec 1834

party took his place, Bullock thirty five yards in advance; and though Lord g .t doer to 111111, the other, by his his breadth of shoulders, his arms extended, and being the most powerful, kept the other behind, and laughing, at his ease took his time to

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

25 Jul 1834

that he was. Ile hail blamed the extent of the information which Mr. Little. ton communicated to Mr. O'Connell, and not the eircionstance of his making the communication. Mr. O'Connell was a Mclntyre of the other branch of the Legislat nee, and therefore

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

13 Jun 1834

that it had poliry to tome farmris to employ labourers whether they irquired them or not. Mr. Mr. Ileatheute, Mr. Baring, Mr. Palmer. Mr. Haleouth, Mr. Hodges, and Mr. li,teourt, supported the Bill. and adverted to the beneficial effectsuf a labourrate in

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

12 Apr 1833

pains all over my body ever since. The laird Mayor—l'm afraid, Mr. Collector, that you have been collecting something hesides cash in your travels. Coachee—We tat.ed care of his property and him, washed the slush off his flesh. Didn't you. Jem Jem—Yes, master;

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

27 Feb 1835

tedness, his judgment. his xood sense, and his Industry and if he lie deficient on all these points, If bin head be weak, if his vision be liable to be obscured by Isis infirmities, if his judgment he capable of yielding to irritation, if he be de‘titute

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

7 Nov 1834

enpleasant to have his praises Rung before him.—( Cheers.) Ile could only say that in nu one instance had the Nolte deviated from the principles be bad professed in his outset of piddle life. Ile had always gone straightforward to his object. Ile had turned

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

1 Jul 1836

fears for the I of laird Melbourne's political character. The friends of the NI , ode Lord had a sii.fi-ient guaran ee du his known discretion and uersonal integrity, to ielieve them from any tears respecting his having compronii.ed his high station by any

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

16 Mar 1832

present ditty. Mr. K. Douglas, Lord Sandon, Mr. II Mr. Fermison Mr. Warburton, Mr. Morn supported the . Moen • t , Lord iioWiCk, attd Mr. Baring Mr. P. Thomson, the original lion. The C ee the amendment, 131 ; a ga i nst it, 1414—taajorit, it. Mr. STANI.F.Y

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

2 Mar 1838

their leader, Mr. Fleming, came down to assist them. Sutcina.—On Sunday morning Mr. Orllin, an opuleat farmer of Irby, committed suicide by placing his fowling-piece in his mouth and blowing his head to pieces. l'he servant man seeing his master with the

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

22 Mar 1833

would produce great injury to the people t hemselve:.—Mr. Finn, Mr. N. Eitzelmou, and Mr. F. O'Connor, also deprecated the run for gold, as it would be must injurious to the agricultural popalatlon. Mr. CORBETT remarked, thit it was truly said by a wise

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

21 Mar 1879

woms, sad predicted for it a oppositioa sad feeble Mr Itatbbotie, Lord E. Bitsmaarlee, Mr Cowes, Mr Whit►road, Mr aed Mr Gamboa spoke is the same seam; while Mr Grecory, Mr Moyer, Sir 0. Bowyer, sad Mr Hicks attire], •pprosed the Bill is its altered date

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