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FLINT BOROUGHS ELECTION

... master, was tieated as a civil offence, in the case of a servant was treated as a criminal offence and punished with imprisonment. There was also another matter. In cases where an in- dividual did a certain act it was treated as a civil offence, but if either ...

Digwyddiadau yr Wythnos

... fychae-byoban yn mhob ystyr, ond ar y TiHE CIVIL RIGHTS LAW. To protect all persons in the United States, in their CiVA rights, and furnish the means for their viudication. Section l; That all persons born in the United States, and not sabjeot to any foreign ...

Published: Wednesday 30 May 1866
Newspaper: Baner ac Amserau Cymru
County: Denbighshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 8580 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: News 

CORN

... at Wrexham Feb. 23, t; Newtown, at Newtown. WREXHAM (SECOND TEAM Feb. 9, v Civil Service, at Wrexham Feb. 16, v Albion, at Wrexham Mar. 16, v Civil Service, at Wrexham CIVIL SERVICE (WREXHAM). Jan. 26, v. Ruabon, at Ruabon. Feb. 2, v. Chirk, at Wrexham ...

dFomgw

... who believee truths of the National Church, and wish to seCurt walls, are bound to draw them- selves together, assemble in united order at the sound of the trump defence, the fault is not ours, but it belongs to t^-ho 3o not want to see our walls rising ...

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... adopting the same rules as theirs, and he hoped at no distant time to see the two bodies once more united (applause). In their doctrines the members of the United Methodist Free Church differed but slightly from other Protestant denominations. They believed ...

SAYING AND DOING—LIBERAL ADVICE AND LIBERAL ACTION

... resolutions. Now I will tell you what I think it was. Mr Gladstone was determined upon the question of these resolutions to re-unite the Liberal party, which is some- what in the position of Humpty Dumpty (laughter), He withdrew the resolutions to conciliate ...

THE DENBIGHSHIRE POLICE-

... power and authority in civil govern- ment, of JesES Christ aa the Ruler of Nations, and of the Bible as the fountain of law, and the supreme rule for the conduct of nations.'—This Christian amendment is simply a proposal to unite the Ameiican State to ...

LLANDUDNO. -....._'

... example would spread and the hre of civil war would be lit where now there was peace; and all believed that if the fire of civil war was lit upon the Continent of Europe and in the Turkish Em- pire it would not be civil war alone with which they would have ...

Published: Saturday 06 March 1897
Newspaper: North Wales Times
County: Denbighshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1922 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

THE SPANISH AMERICAN CRISIS.I

... be in danger, and in the position as it stands to-day, the Spanish government has to choose between war with the United States, or civil war at home. Therefore, though an American war may be hopeless, it cannot be so bad as a devas- tating conflict at ...

Published: Saturday 16 April 1898
Newspaper: North Wales Times
County: Denbighshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 822 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

THE MAYOR OF RUTHIN'S HOSPITALITY

... DAMAGES, £550. NisI PRIUS COURT.—TUESDAY. (Before Lord Coleridge and a Special Jury). Jacob Day Otis, aged 36, a citizen of the United States, sued Captain Griffith and Mr J. H. Foulkes, magistrates of the county of Denbigh, and Mr Bradshaw, deputy chief-constable ...