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... under iheir Corporate Seal. No. John I/.nsdule Mills N'o 7 Arthur Mann, ni Woburn Square, Ttiomas Dynr- rad, Abergavenny. Ttinmiis Cil.bs WilliH'n lleece r. Bedford F. J. Kl^ie Meyrick, Ksqrs ftichnrd Watthia*, a single armed man, was charged y Ow.-n Bowen ...

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... Thomas, vicar of Cardigan, to the erection of a national school and a masters* house, in the town of Cardigan. inquest was held on the 11th inst, in the parish of Llansadwrn, before Daniel Price, Esq, Coroner, view of the body of John Jones, a shoemaker ...

Carmarthen

... Newsom, from Liverpool to Rotterdam, which was stranded near Cardigan ou the 2‘2d instant, has been got off, after throwing the greater part ol her cargo overboard, and has arrived at Cardigan. Aberdovbt, Oct. 23—The Elizabeth, Tickle, from Liverpool ro ...

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... hit residence, Eaton square, Pimlico London, Oliver Lloyd, Esq., solicitor, Cardigan, brother of Thomas Lleyd, Esq, qf Coedmore. Dec aged 71 years, after few hours illness, Mr John Roberts, of Church street, Hereford, grocer, an old and respectca inhabitant ...

nfferlins ’h- npricrlmm!, and all the Ollier nr. t.cud intfres’., •!•• ti r.IT.-n these for lor evil, is i» •

... before the following Johes, Esq., GnanuoNDm', Chairman. Penry Williams, Ksq, Pcnpont, Lord Lieutenant. John Parry De Winton. Esq. Maesderwcn. John Lloyd, Esq. Dinas, Philip P.’Williams, Esq, TfynDonau. Henrv Esq, Oaktield Captain Roberts, Llwyndderw. ...

uaual manner, officer* and brothers bearing the splendid banners and regalia of the Lodge, headed a band music : at

... the splendid banners and regalia of the Lodge, headed a band music : at a quarter past 11 they took their route towards St. John’s Church, where the service was read the Rev. R. Price, Curate, in a most impressive manner, after which a most eloquent sermon ...

principle ' *celi«»n nati*** not only recog ■tmeil nor legWlntorf*. but > aj «antrtioneil by n at* Chatham. ..

... and every branch of her vast trade and that she need noi fear the competition of other countries. (Hear, hear.) The. Earl Cardigan said, the calamity had occurred in Ireland could nut he considered a* a sullicient ground for the,nholition of all protection ...