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  • County: Monmouthshire, Wales
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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

29 Aug 1863

the Ittformseory school, Mr. Bodusesd said least he found him begging in thi and gave him semi vict ual,, and than brought hien up, wish • view of getting him Into the who'll. Mr. Alexander mad the magistrates would aided Mr. Beihnesd all the assistance

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

4 Mar 1854

nth, to the Courier da Havre:—The Russian amlzassinlor is using every means to advance the cause of Russian ascendancy. His agents, his spies, are everywhere, and Russian gold is broadcast. The editor &s journal widely circulated throughout East receives

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

13 Aug 1909

pair of yearling heifera—i,Mr. A. \V. Trotnian. The 2,Mr.A. Trotman, The Rhadyr; c, Mr. S. Townsend, Llwyny- the best pair heifer calves- I, Mr. J. Price White House, Llaiitillio,« months and 4 months; 2, Mr. A. W. The Rhadyr; c Mr. J. W. Davis, Ki d House

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

9 Mar 1907

Monk: Mr A lioiters Kilgrogan ; l.irutt'ol Lindsay’s Falrarrston; li*-ut-Col l.indaav s lAoghing Water; Mr (» Young's Canone«ee 11; Mr Morgan's School Itell: Mr F C Morgan's L* Abbe Royal; Mr J Phillips* Funny Wag; '••■neral Watson's Horodinu; Mr J T Rogrrs'

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

28 Jun 1890

gate a donaUon of 00 Mr C. £lOO, and other aroaller auhecriptun. were given. The cott the hall about £2.000. The cootractor Mr A. H. Bailey. Allioed Cbimihal Amault,—At the Police Monday (behr. Mr. A. A. WiUiame, the char; «od Mr* K. Green*ay) Jatnee

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

31 Jan 1890

young widow of Old Moribun) “ And so you really say, Mrs. Moriboa, that girl ol 20 can actually ha slnoara when aha says aha truly loves msa af Mr Mrs. Moribun (indignantly): “Sincere? Of course I do!” Mr. Faber: “Oh, bank yon! Then perhaps there’ll some

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Dec 1910

SOBS BOODLE Co., Limited, ABE IN ATTENDANCE. EVERY FRIDAY, 12 Chßrch Street, Mouiratk, (Over Mr. John Frost’s Shop) It am. to 8 p.a. Painless Extractions. A Lady always In attendance, EUKlish and Aniericaa Dcntlstir. Branches Everywhere. Advice Free. Fill

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

13 Dec 1862

and MI had received his pay, he in doable-quiet time, it being the anal eutom for the friends to belshatir him with they culd his.— awe a Week 1/117/ co him by Mon.._ • sold Did you to my of hirs. frankly to his tam Soo - hind his hack? I my not that

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

2 Jan 1864

Chariemont.—Prsnrfs (William Caulfield, Earl of Charemont, died Marino his seat, sea Dublin, the night of the th December’ W the np« age Of 89 having been bora on January 3,’ 0/75. His lordship was a Kepresesentative Peer, and lad o Biron of the United Kingdom

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

13 Sep 1889

titat he ouly wept ak.• et Ws ex Owe et eeethaey. Bet lamb A seknotibe paw says, Keep your Magni a whi hi, lie eso bad a peat dislike to me id his Ireepers, Liz:T.—no whit* WY° is • XIV.. .. troS issilidt:r usid: Geratkmase. siva frost the eon. ' And

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

5 Apr 1862

misgivings, and was much perplexed to see his way. The object was desirable, but doubted the practibUlty carrying out. The debs'ri was continued by Mr. Gower, Mr Liddell. Mr. Haines, and Sir J. Pakington. Mr. Lowe, after a brief reply to Sir J. Paklngton

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

9 Aug 1856

told Mr. Steckilale not to supersede the order hi reference to Mr. Paine, but to follow his (the Mayor's) orders in eases of suskniled animation. A case of that kind had occurred the other day, when Mr. Paine was not at baud. Ile thought that Mr. Lewis

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Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Monmouthshire, Wales

28 Dec 1894

value 7e6d; Mr Bran Jonn, lOsad: Fowler, hat: B. Williams, hat; Mr C. Bunmng, lamp; Mr J. laird, pair of sheets: Mr Probyn, Cra»sweet, pair of ducks; Mr John Thomas, Mr For, tOaigars; Mr Abbott, mat; Masts Mastus fc Co„ trousers, 10s «d Mr Phillips, street

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Monmouthshire, Wales

18 May 1861

llouae. suggested that Mr. Roebuck should withdraw his motion (or present. Mr. thought It should matter of surprise to no one that the unheppy matter had produced deep •enaaMon. conld not think that the hon. learned meuieer .Mr. Roebuck] had been treated

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

6 Oct 1855

sexes having partaken of Cm coffee, Mr. Dandy read the address, which was engrossed on vellum, and then handed it to Mr. Bright amid great applause. The cheering having subsided, Mr. BRIGHT came torward and said,—Ladies and gentlemen, I am entirely taken

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Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Monmouthshire, Wales

12 Feb 1909

the Pontypool of to-day. Mr Udell tells u 3 that it is infinitely better to day than 20 years ago. Theo,' said the Gtmmiwincer,if Mr Davies bad come here 20 years ago what would he hero (Laughter.) ' really cannot Pa responds Mr Udell, but things were

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

12 Jun 1858

Parcels, should be addressed. AGENT& —Mr. Tenby ; Mr. JAMES Rosser. Haverfordweet; Mr. PALII6II, Milford; Mr. J. M'lmas, Pare. . • Mr. A PLUMP. C ar di ff Mr. ; Mr. H awker, Bidiffeed; Mr. T. Otis, Lydda; Mr. @TACIT, Carmarthen ; eat W.I. Newport.

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

21 Dec 1878

at th ., s _ fc of tin g et 4 nether his eight was WM away. Cassa- tart, and walked my quay into the brateer, hod .;; if •grz, ~,,,,„.. thti ,„ a otort fin,oti ,, be wee Mewl le Odd a in the etreeto, where his body woe heed twelve hours allormeria

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Star of Gwent

Star of Gwent Monmouthshire, Wales

26 Mar 1859

pression of his own feelings and his own sentiments to when out popped a mem. His reeolation spoke of the must sleep three in a bed. Upon this Evan Jones said in , I. 2. I. 1.11. 3.- 1 1. 1. L . 1.11. LI 1. 5. 1.113,1. 1.3.i1.51 ; • the best of his own un

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Monmouthshire, Wales

2 Mar 1878

after which Mr. Keen's infs. d Thu old sexton wee, like his other seep, well resolved. Mr. A. L. Jones reed Jessie Brows st Liseksow eliciting some cow- Ei ressilis free the chairmen, after which r i = Yew, Yea 11111 given by Mr. Monks in dromilsr

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