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Year ending Policies sth April. Issued. 1847 1848 IV Sums Assured 128,!x28 1849 496 I 218,988 1850 732 249,008 The

Year ending Policies sth April. Issued. 1847 1848 IV Sums Assured 128,!x28 1849 496 I 218,988 1850 732 249,008 The

average amount of each Policy on the gaiety's books, is 4401. The deaths amongst the Assnred, during the year ending sth April, have been 7 per 1000, being considerably lower than the estimated average. A careful investigation of the affairs has been made, and out of the ascerta
15 June 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
SASSAFRAS CHOC Dlt. DF. LA W)TTF.'S mutt big, AROMATIC CHOCOL , the nuts ofthe imoatras tree. Tld the peculiar virtue

SASSAFRAS CHOC Dlt. DF. LA W)TTF.'S mutt big, AROMATIC CHOCOL , the nuts ofthe imoatras tree. Tld the peculiar virtue

of the Sansef been long held In great estimation alterative properties. The aromati very grateful to the stomach) most breakfast and evening repast to pro to a deficiency of this property in t fist and supper may Inn great n the frequency of oases of indigestif bilious. It has b
15 June 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
EXCURSIONS TO THE ISLE OF lAN. TIM CITY OF DUBLIN COMPANY'S new fast Iron Steamer FAIRY, Is Intended (weather permitting)

EXCURSIONS TO THE ISLE OF lAN. TIM CITY OF DUBLIN COMPANY'S new fast Iron Steamer FAIRY, Is Intended (weather permitting)

to make TWO PLEASURE TRIPS, TO TIES li ISLE OF MAN, Via,:—to leave CARNARVON on SATURDAY, the 15th JUNE, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon. calling at MENAI BRIDGE, BANGOR. BEAUMARIS, and AMLWCII. returning from DOUGLAS, at Eight A.M. on MONDAY, the I. Toleave CA RN ARVON again on
15 June 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
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26 October 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
4 RMititicA.—By the royal mail steam-ship Pacific, I Captain West, which arrived in the Mersey at o'clock as Wednesday nsernisg,

4 RMititicA.—By the royal mail steam-ship Pacific, I Captain West, which arrived in the Mersey at o'clock as Wednesday nsernisg,

after a run 3r ten days and *Wien hours, we have adviecs from New York to the 24th ult. Out of Congress much Interest, and perhaps some toxisty, had been caused by reports of an unpleasant stature from Tense relative to the policy of that state towards New Mexico. The cholera wa
07 September 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Vale of Clwyd Horticultural Society.

Vale of Clwyd Horticultural Society.

LADY PATRONESS. The Right Hon. the Viscountess FEILDINO, of Downing. TICE PATRON PAISES. The Lady HARIUOTF MOSTYN, lifostyn. The Lady EMILY HESKETII, Gwrych Castle. The Lady DINORBEN, Kinmrl Park. The Honorable Mrs. HEA'FON, Pins Heaton. The Honorable Mrs. ROWLEY, Bodrhyddan. Th
07 September 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
doe iiistitddted. On Saturday last s a meeting of hurile, and others, was held st the Tows Hall, Po t

doe iiistitddted. On Saturday last s a meeting of hurile, and others, was held st the Tows Hall, Po t

Aladoe, for the purpose of promoting an Eisteddfod in the neighbourhood. general Sir L P. J. Perry, havinx been unanimously Toted to the chair, introduced the business of the meeting in an eloquent and •nimatine spree+. The following resolutions, transcribed front the minutes, w
07 September 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
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07 September 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
LlVERPOOL.7Bzrramssu 3.

LlVERPOOL.7Bzrramssu 3.

LlVERPOOL. 7 Bzrramssu 3. The past week's arrivals comprised small quantities of wheat, oat., oatmeal, and flour from Ireland , a few cargoes of malt, wheat, and oats from our own coast r and liberal quantities of foreign wheat, and most other kinds of grain, chiefly European; to
07 September 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
MANCIIESTER—Aco. 31.

MANCIIESTER—Aco. 31.

We have to report another week of cold and showery weather, which, however, does not appear to have bee. general, or to have interupted harvest in the agrieultural districts to any oerioes extent. The trade has not, there:ore, received any material impulse therefrom; but a stead
07 September 1850 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales