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Vint& fillargiaPi. al OW*

Vint& fillargiaPi. al OW*

al Erb. 24, the wire of Mr. Iteniartlin Lewis, clerk and engineer to the l'aritiarthen Liao Clompany, of • son. M.ircli t, the wit.. of Mr. John Morgan, cooper and butter dealer, Blue street, in this town, of a son. March 1, at the Tabernacle Chapel, in this town, the Her. 11. W.
08 March 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
TEA ALBERT MEMORIAL.

TEA ALBERT MEMORIAL.

(Front the Timm) The memorial is to be an obelisk, of si grandeur, with figures at the base; and it . situated either in Hyde Park, on the site of the Exhibition of 1851, or on some immediately contiguous spot. But this only opens several other questions, cn which the world of a
08 March 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
NEATLY AND EXPEDITOVILT EXECUTED AT THE "CARMARTIIEN WEEKLY REPORTER" OFFICE, LAMMAS qTREET. Posters and Handbills, Circulars, Cards, Billheads, and every

NEATLY AND EXPEDITOVILT EXECUTED AT THE "CARMARTIIEN WEEKLY REPORTER" OFFICE, LAMMAS qTREET. Posters and Handbills, Circulars, Cards, Billheads, and every

deeription of Letter-press Printing at modorate charges. Pamphlets, Reports, Club Rules, Catalogues, and every species of Bookwork.
08 March 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
bit Mr. BUCKLEY has reason to believe that it is the property of the Corporation of Carmarthen; and, if we

bit Mr. BUCKLEY has reason to believe that it is the property of the Corporation of Carmarthen; and, if we

mistake not, there is a slang of ground adjoining, measuring about a quarter of an acre, which also belongs to the Corporation, although the Corporation does not know it. To turn the whole into practical utility, we would suggest that the land be sold and the proceeds devoted to
06 August 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE C . middle ages, with add l sod improvensfssil. Already is the Cross el erected to Ike noble Queen

THE C . middle ages, with add l sod improvensfssil. Already is the Cross el erected to Ike noble Queen

Flame, towering 44- wards; already Ike "growing tkow selves up in the Timis" s.d7 he Landes tables; and et have el it. I kip% bower, OM disst-n_ name a lila ass kw it is not tree that there soling in a name, or why does Mr. Bug kis name to Norlblk Seward? tillabitnary of the the
06 August 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
NEWS BUDGET. The Hallway over the Pereneee—Lest week o ,,,,,aaing of the Emperor Napoleon I. that there Wee p l

NEWS BUDGET. The Hallway over the Pereneee—Lest week o ,,,,,aaing of the Emperor Napoleon I. that there Wee p l

re u we e made good, bat by elide which he over foresaw or dreamed of. Ho thought war would i t, but peace has been • more powerful nd na pushed • hole yclept tunnel right h . runes . The first train went through Friday week—an unlucky day, bat it is to be hoped the new eenneeti
06 August 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
WIEDER AND SUICIDE IN SOMERS TOWN.

WIEDER AND SUICIDE IN SOMERS TOWN.

0. Ilrgeday afternoon dee:eery horrible Well in the vioinity of the this emit Isithwn Alallway, at Hing'snross, in Smith. of the small thoroughfares between the Old St. road Brirearebeel. No. 15, dmith-strest, Mn. roc:earl Yoe, was by about forty-six or years who with female (su
06 August 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
veyor said that the moorl that there was about II Mt

veyor said that the moorl that there was about II Mt

veyor said that the that there was about II lower one. The Mayor said be la Mad tke Council. The Mai. re' questing that the Workhouse wall real. Tile second I was from Mr. J. t 7 vidariag the pa ea thr it Cliietie.hill at the pine end Kr. Imam Dilean's Utah and eepitektog it. The
06 August 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
-for interoodisto stations. •otirp no n 41 e. II :' :tii i tv.hipownovv'n in ::2 r: it ii iiti!izloe4ii.e...i N

-for interoodisto stations. •otirp no n 41 e. II :' :tii i tv.hipownovv'n in ::2 r: it ii iiti!izloe4ii.e...i N

c • s . t'ti ms : : l l 2 eltgli -4 2 e.,uro t slop WS 'upul .10 ill 5-4.--I T --- 0 OD at 4 • -1 4 ..1.0 1 , ~.. G. na ~..-..-INClap,. .-4145C00.0c°W22; • 4 1 i „ t e...e. " 40E 5 :3 addition to the above, a third class train kayos Carmarthen .lowetioafor Swansea at 4.30 a.m.,
30 March 1867 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
DAVID EVANS LEWIS & SON

DAVID EVANS LEWIS & SON

TAKE this opportunity of acquainting Hotel-keepers, Inn-ken Private Families, and the Public generally, that they have oompleted the above Brewery, w is now in full working ardor, and fitted op with all the latest appliances for Brewing purposes ; and, ring secured the services
30 March 1867 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales