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  • County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

14 Nov 1834

use of his name as a .1. mile for every crooked politician. To he sure hew Hamlett aornewhat its his gait, but his course was rectilinear corn. pare.) with else tortuous career of some public Characters could mention. There was, for example, laird Tiv irl

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

24 Oct 1834

• ;It lb ail arc' mpuse with his eon, i Cr' (rewarded. accused his father than for his other This Paper is regale ly Sled at Messrs. Neer . Well, I will a sot 1'0.5, Warwick-Square, Nelms'stree ; Mr-R. . went into his as. la. tieet-street : the Auction

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

10 Jun 1859

sod his lett eye lying out on his cheek. I went Johnston . •• tbe day the navvies broke the windage of Mr. Laird's moherfoodw 1 .. 9.30 7.30 f q2.15i 4.32 citizens. But if I hese pass el a somewhet severe sentence i . aeon o. posterity. To his useenoty

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

17 Nov 1837

of our sehoolfellows on their animal presentation at his Coitrt : ■nd we Irust that a grateful remembrance of that kindness, well as of the many benefits which our ronsitry has received from his paternal sway. will ever dwell II; 1' MOM'. Having been

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

22 Jun 1832

preceding night. This was the substance of his own statement. Evidence was taken on oath, by Mr. Burnaby, the Clerk of the Magistrates, when ('apt. lien. Smith, R. N. Mr. R. Toms's. laird Fitzclarenee, and laird Brownlow, severally deposed to the foregoing

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Carmarthen Weekly Reporter

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter Carmarthenshire, Wales

9 May 1863

t'awdor Mrs Bultnisete, Olynhir Lady Lloyd. Bronwydd Mrs Frederick Mrs. 8. Davies Notre Pilmeth Mrs. T. C. Monis, Bryn- Mrs. John Celemarddin Mrs. Morgan, Alitygeg Mrs SoppierPaterwell Mrs. Marries. Abw^glerwey Mrs. Oridlth'phillipaPicton Mrs. Lloyd Phillips

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

14 Oct 1842

the Alpine and Mt Ll ti.te or jurisprudence; but, it please the uttri, the geutlentaii has Idled in his 1 leuturrtt. las advrrtis.d for au rile old lady, who tires to hr treated with Care and hitulneas. Surely is a card or invitation to the Editor of a

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

27 Oct 1837

progress of civilisation? He could not but dwell upon some facts within his knowledge, which more than all tended to raise within his bosom hopes of brighter and more glorions days tar his beloved Cambria. When he knew that in Manchester, where there were

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Carmarthen Weekly Reporter

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter Carmarthenshire, Wales

7 Jun 1878

sharply round and call Mr Parnell • liar. Again Mr Parnell hissed the word Informer from between his teeth. Mr Downing raised his clenched fist, and had not him arm being seized by another member, he would have there and then struck Mr Parnell. He was in

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

16 Aug 1833

rendered to the cause of his daughter. The Admiral then introduced his sun. Captain Charles, with whom Don Pedro shook hands and congratulated him on his speedy recovery from the wounds he had received in his service, and thanked him for his gallant conduct in

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

25 Jun 1841

when the husband. following his wile into the kitchen, stunned her with the hammer; that he then replaced the on the altelf, and brought his razors from the house cupboard, to make sure of his wife's death and accomplish his own. Riots N orrt mon wt.—

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

17 Jan 1834

and two men went to his assistance, hut without effect; the poor boy was taken round the drum, and as there was only about ten inches between the top of the drum and the fluor, his head and legs were torn from his body, and his intestines wens scattered

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

19 Jul 1912

Nurse; Mr. and Mrs. fly. received an invitation to Pembroke liiiptist Thomas, Duigwylfn: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. flame, Church. Liverpool, of which Dr. Ake.) was for- Bryntowy: Mr.. J. Edwards. Denstone College; merle minister. Mr. Fraser is an advanced Mr. and

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Carmarthen Weekly Reporter

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter Carmarthenshire, Wales

22 Dec 1866

sky ! Mr. Bancroft's emotions overcame him, and be was compelled to sit down, whereupon Mr. Field rose to respond. Ile had barely uttered a dozen brief sentences when Mr. Bancroft again rose, interrupting Mr. Field to say, If the beautiful ladies that

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

1 Nov 1912

reverend gentleman in his merest dueounie. pre- Mr B. Beynon, Ffynongain ; Mr T. J. &almond, a very life, um! Ow plum. , of ~.pel truth. beautified by crystal. of Enfield Horse : Mr W . Phillips , Co-operative Stores, John Owen moved, and Mr James Brown, J.P

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

17 Jun 1836

%IIS, R q. Mr. S. TARDREW THOS. THOMAS. Esq. Mr.I.I.OYOI.I.EM'ELYN 1)1.. PRYTHERCH, E.g. Mr. JOHN !MR'S THOMAS RATREX, Esq. Mr. J. RAO:SALL 1,. W REY, Esq. Mr. W. A. TIMMINS, Esq. Mr. J tMES MORSE Mr. T. T. WEBB JOHN DAVIES, Esq. Resolved —Vont Mr. Thomas

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

24 Jul 1835

from the favourable cultivation of knowledge , we could offer on his past life. While in Parliament ~ , . . • e i . 'Mot shadows on the actual world Mr. Tancred, Mr. J. Young (of Cavan.) and Mr. Hardy. u The spirit's runny gleam.. Lord John seal that, to

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

7 Dec 1832

and in the Third Year of our Reign. • and he used to beat his wife in the lifetime of his children • anti relief , and the usual remedies have been given with little or George R. Bnwk and Mary hi s , , and unremitting exertions they hare made in my h SAVE

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

20 Nov 1835

man alone. One night his carriage was stopped by a robber, who thrust his pistol through the window and demanded his money, saying, that his lordship would now have it taken by a single highwayman. Lord Berkeley, affecting to put his hand in lois pocket

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Welshman

Welshman Carmarthenshire, Wales

3 Dec 1852

quote no other., I agice with Mr. S. 0. °Thorne's remark. on Convocation; but I protest against his cross personalities against my Bishop, whom he term. his Sight lice. Chief and Coun.cilor, and I do not approve of his crotchetty theory of—Ulu Bisnors—and

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