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  • County: Monmouthshire, Wales
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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

17 Feb 1882

CHIPS AND AB] IERCARN. VS JACKDAW'S J.D. trusts his readers will excuse him writing a of Chats this week, as he is busy preP wing his show k e the coming campaign, His heart is sad at the thought of fearing his kind friends here,—the lityeiddialeryn Liberia

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

10 Jul 1875

owner was bidding with the connivance of his father, for the purpose of enhancing the value of the estate. Judge Flanagan, having warned the owner, a Mr. Davies, that he was violating the act of parliament, and his caution not being heeded, immediately stopped

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

11 Mar 1892

is the most ancient his. Pshaw ! said he. I am a cutter-up of torian and surveyor of London and also lived K the living, not the dead, starting to his feet- near the time when them places were founded, must In the dun light his face looked ghastly

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

23 Jan 1858

Watson, Esq., M.'U.C. Mrs. Walton, Full Dreu. Captain Carr. Uniform King’s Owu. Captain Grimstone, ditto. E. O. Balt, Esq.. Prince Albert’s 13th Light Infantry. Mrs. Batt, Fancy Drat, )9th century. Mr. D. Thomas, kn., Pall Oran. Mr. James HilU Oriental

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

10 Nov 1877

the greatest portion being from me eastern, home grazing district. The lots Mr. W. Rees, Clifton Court, (ioldcliff; Mr. Joseph Waters and Mr. T. Waters, Moorbaru Farm, Nash and Mr. Parry, Lodge Farm, near Caerleon, were excellent quality, but a dull trade

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

20 Dec 1889

Mopped at the door to speak* Mr.Brownksg aid wy goodbye, remeridiem What a very earemodkary man Mr. Carlyle is t Does he always talk Km that ? I never met Km before ! and Mr. Brownlee was only able *same her that it was his invariable custom. (From

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

4 Nov 1865

etewarde of live stock are Mr. William Rlgdt-n, the celebrated South Down sheep breeder, of Hove, near Blrighton; Mr. H. Kcary, of Bridgnorth, Salop; Mr. R. H. Ellman, of Lmdpott, Lewes; Mr. Joshua Druce, of Eoysham, Oxford; Mr. Owen Wallis, of Overstone

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Sep 1876

:ve moved with b halting steps • but Mr. Baring 'an, rate sent to um some stateme nts which prove to 1111 at in his judgment the bulk ot these statements mug • true. A very important witness has come into field. His report produced, I must say, the most

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

6 May 1887

setie• ef Mr Edward St. John Branum spina Mr Ridgway, the wellknown publisher, commenced Were Mr Greve and • Rimini hwy. The was crowded. Mr Lockwood, QM., M.P.. Mr Palmer. and Maloney appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Kemp, Q.C.,with Mr MoCall,ler

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

3 Oct 1884

the Cutle—(hear, Mr. Delefield suggested that the site of the old IA gets ou the Merthyr-road, which Mr. Foster his moon fit, in his wisdom, to purchase from the beard, would be a good place to put tip a public Mr. Foster: Let me answer Mr. Delaiield by

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

9 Jun 1911

Ai-i'its«-«l. )ii..i.in s||s|»iri«tiisl\ liiml liiln ll* f«-li his j.u-i.* i I’mis* i at |h*’ hark, nml Milirli'«-l\ (li*i|i|M-«l on* of hi* imn n-anf« al's ami |inl his haml ••n Ins imi.-I\* i. tln-n hi* |inrsr. ami M-iml tin tw<. «lrh-inl mils, win* w«*re piish'

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

24 Jul 1858

traordinere in his manlier. 11. hod net been eery w.. I • • . agent, eame op on his first examination, supported by Mr. • Ten lOok piece about the reveille of Apnl. 'l'lle gotels (Besse C. H. WILLIAMS, In.) Ph,viro. Em. jun, and seennoled by Mr. D Jenkins

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

14 Jul 1855

was upon this ground his own objections were based. _ _ The deputation thanked his lordship for his attention, and before leaving him expressed their regret at the attack macle upor: his tonse by the inch on Sanday lut, assuring his lordship that with that

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

25 Apr 1890

dar. Mr. Mr. JarriatnMd aftar thla rWtarto * |>«r 1-1 *- ■■>>»>■ lor »■!!■■>. Bara yon aw Mr. HaUartalgfa. aaked, ttaa lawjt* atand at he* is perptaxtty. I aa bia laadladr, aad ha hM> bea> borne all ■V*.’ I tar* aab Mb. JMria rtfMl m»4». mmaa hi» *TMM

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

27 Sep 1873

was living at an hotel, but he took his. wall at his uncle's. I have a distinct recollection, as I stated at the last trial, I could not swear it. At time he was shy and awkward in his inner. I saw him next after his return to England in lay, 1867 or 1868

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Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Monmouthshire, Wales

26 Jun 1908

the Church Mr Prise presented Mrs Thomas, the pastor's wife, with a beautifully bound copy of Psalms aid Hymns. and remarked that Mrs Thum meld do mush for the Church by helping the deism to ea-operate with the brethren, and ale helping Mr Thomas in

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

26 May 1860

might Mee Thema with mai, the it Mr. Gress, Ms employer. The who Flto Abase, said that Mr. OrMa did sit Meet Ss press the Amp U. bat ed tits tom his Oa him faifther. Mayer mid it muse Mr. Orem welebblibensw t but lo his wink* gm Is be y ulud . • child

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

5 Jul 1895

Lawrence, Mr. T. I Parry, Mr. J. H. Dann , Mr. A. E. Garwood, Mr. G. Geen, Dr. Marsh, Roy. T. Ll. Lister, Mr. R. T. Martin, Mr. J. Sanders, Mr. C. H. Bailey,Dr. Brewer, Mr. A. Williams, Mr. T. Pu , Mr. T. Seeekk, Mr. A. J. Stevens. View article

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

24 Mar 1900

that Mr. our Mr. Hastam you know, found out whom they belong. And. oh, it rex him. He can hardly speak about the thing without getting into a temper. He says soma people are so despicably mean, and they must be. They throw in his teeth and in his father's

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

31 Oct 1840

beating Lord Exeter’s Mr. right’.- Ddlv. Mr. Pickwick, Sst. I‘Jlh. (Nat), beat Mr. Slid, ley’s Hellespont. 7>l. ilb.. A.K., h. ft. Mr. Trcn’s Fitzrov. Sst. 71b. (iCihinson), heat Mr. Grovide Perseus, 7.si. Hlh. A.!-.. 100. h. ft. Mr. Garry Owen it), heal

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