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DAMWAIN ARSWYDUS I'R "IRISH MAIL."

DAMWAIN ARSWYDUS I'R "IRISH MAIL."

.DAMWAIN ARSWYDUS I'R " IRISH MAIL." BOEEu ddydd Mercher diweeldaf, cymmerodd un o'r damweinian mwyaf dychryallyd y clywyd am dan- ynt er's llawer o arnser le yn Tamworth, tref ar linell Ffordd Haiarn y London North £' Western, sydd yn myned drwy ?? y Trent, drwy yr hon y lladdwy
21 September 1870 - Baner ac Amserau Cymru - Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Llythyr y 'Gohebydd.'

Llythyr y 'Gohebydd.'

g-I 1202 2 , sollfbB44., DYDD SADWIRN, 3edi 17eg, 187 0. 'RWYY'N scrioblo hyn o lith yn Nyffryn, neu M yn bytrach Gwm y Rhondda, yn MAorganwg. a Y mae ysgrifenu " Teithiau " wedi dyfod al erbyn hyn, ys dywed y Sais, yn r'egular' bore a -neu, ddiflasdod: yn ddiflas i'r ysgrifenydd
21 September 1870 - Baner ac Amserau Cymru - Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales
 
THE BLOWING UP OF LAON.

THE BLOWING UP OF LAON.

The Paris correspondent of the Pall MaU OazvVe writes on Sunday:—The principal subject of conversation to-day seems to be the blowing of the citadel of Laou, which alluded to by the press of all shades as "heroic/* "sublime/* "something that will live ixr history,** Ac., Ac. No
17 September 1870 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FRENCH PRISONERS AT SEDAN.

THE FRENCH PRISONERS AT SEDAN.

correspondent of the Daily Telegraph brings very serious charge against the Germans* Writing' from Sedan on the 7th inst.he says;— In a plot of meadow ground—not damp, but positively soaking wet—about large as Trafalgar Square, 80,000 men have been huddled together like sheep si
17 September 1870 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
unntv f.(MVL r.OAiin HKM.rtl. Fiilt-TMOUTIA Mkf.tjm; . SATI lIUA' McmlH>r» jircx J. U. W. xv.i. iSu Messrs*. H:i-vv- U. CropvH-r.

unntv f.(MVL r.OAiin HKM.rtl. Fiilt-TMOUTIA Mkf.tjm; . SATI lIUA' McmlH>r» jircx J. U. W. xv.i. iSu Messrs*. H:i-vv- U. CropvH-r.

«»vcr. rartiell. l.v Parnell foe the e«t»t aid*' Ko-.aaa w«« cxmnioocl aad i. fioni M» Harrison and read, dispute, which they con* t*idired due them the eontrnct for niachiuery the Avon Work*. The letter I wich. ami letter from M. f;.Ulecoit. Ks*-... was tcwl . hwl liwm Kogby. w
17 September 1870 - Nuneaton Advertiser - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
THE HERALD, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1870.

THE HERALD, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1870.

»tr«t* in the Frebotm. tt. dfr-b, popol.ce to iMkto* u»lr *«T lute Pui. for ew<T nine l.inTO»e tbe .bore ranMted th« present juncture. M. Xhiera proceeds : **sSe of ITStoile, of 81. Oltav* moot, and Komaioeffle being strong redoubU and plenty of artillery, the city barricaded an
17 September 1870 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DARWEN.

DARWEN.

The Darwe-I L.R.V. B*5D.-A» the DmwcbL.R.V. bnm band ao popular la Oanraa mad for aotne twenty tnUee roond, it will pcrbapa be Intoreet to Um patrons and friends the bead to know that the contests which they have attended dnrina this jeer, that at Utaleybridge being the last, th
17 September 1870 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKBURN HUNDRED PERMANENT I BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Establiahed 1870. On Equitable, Permanent, and Universal Frindplea. pursuant to Act of Parliament.

BLACKBURN HUNDRED PERMANENT I BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Establiahed 1870. On Equitable, Permanent, and Universal Frindplea. pursuant to Act of Parliament.

Shares £lO each; payable monthly instalments £l, 55., 2s. fid., and la. per ahare. Offices : 13, New MarkeUteeet, Blackburn. His the Mayor of Blackburn, T. H. Pickup, Esq. Alderman James Thonpoon. Mr. Councillor Whittaker, Eeq., J.P., Blaokbnrn. Blackburn. Mr.CouncillorHigson, B
17 September 1870 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
MARKET-STREET, LYTHAM.

MARKET-STREET, LYTHAM.

Edward Salisbury, 35. Park-ro«), Pnwton, m. ward* of 30 yean Licensed Practical Valuer of Property, Probate and Legacy Duty, Innkeeper* and Beeraellen Transfers, 1870.
17 September 1870 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Boots i boots i boots ! —john charnley begs to inform his friends and the public geoeraUy, that has taken

Boots i boots i boots ! —john charnley begs to inform his friends and the public geoeraUy, that has taken

the ■bop. No. 20. NEW MARKETSTREET, 3 doors from the Post-office, lately occupied by Mr. T. Sherrat, which be has re-opened with a good assortment of todies’. Gentlemen’s, and Children’s BOOTS and SHOES of all descriptions, stitched and rivetfced; for price and quality not to be
17 September 1870 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England