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THE "man of arrogant will" will apprise the country this afternoon through his lieutenant in

THE "man of arrogant will" will apprise the country this afternoon through his lieutenant in

THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1869. -.0- Tin "mian of arrogant will" will apprise the country this afternoon through his lieutenant in the Iouse of Lords as to his intentions in reoard the ouse of Lol ds as to his intentions in reg~ard tileI to the vote at which their lordships arrived on C
July 22, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE PROSECUTION OF THE ALBERT DIRECTORS.

THE PROSECUTION OF THE ALBERT DIRECTORS.

. ' I On atudaymonin atf~~~rhocngh-s'c Police- KiryRe.,Te. ensitat Ees, eq, 1'icbollsa for MJLCP.,Vice-Adm~irall the flight Hoes. Lord Pon: u les EW. Page, T. Phillips, RElqs., T. Stevenson ales Relq., and H[ohert Whlitworthi, the dtirectors and anaeuging Eli: director of the Al
October 18, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE MURDER NEAR CHEPSTOW MONMOUTHSHIRE.

THE MURDER NEAR CHEPSTOW MONMOUTHSHIRE.

THE MURDER 0 NEAR CHErSTOW MONMOUTHSHIEE. teps. n of COMMITTAL OF LANE. mce: The sepona inquiry touching the death of William. Nichols, who was shot on Saturday last, and killed on the- eto by'the son of a former of. the "Corn," Llanvihangell, rialat asecluded spot caled Kilwrrug
June 11, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

A SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

A SCENE 'IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS. w! 1 , . . . - 1 . ar The, Shedden 'legitimaey cise. was before the Law Lords h, yesterday' for the fifteenth time. oo Miss Shedden being accommodated with a seat, proceeded le to make some personal remarks on LordChelimsford, when he the Lord Chan
June 11, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE DUKE OF HAMILTON.

THE DUKE OF HAMILTON.

rd His Grace arrived in London on Monday last from a- mi yachlting cruise, and is expected to be at Hamilton Palace ig and take part in the Yeomanry drill, which it is in the id meantime thought will take place about the middle of July. es at Acabletelegked states that the Willi
May 21, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEATH TOWN COUNCIL MEETING.

NEATH TOWN COUNCIL MEETING.

NEATH TOW?N COUNCIL MEETING. An aljourned meeting of the Neath Town Council vas ti heol yesterilhy, thoe Mayor presiding. The meeting was hi n:etde special, in ronsequence of the notice given by Mr. m Cuthbortson respecting jo TIIE SITE Ok' TIE PIROPOSED WVEIGIIBRIDGE. b Mr. HI.
October 12, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIR`THS, M`ARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. 'BIRTHS.' On the 4th June, the wife of Mr. ;. f. White, chemist, Mona. taej\ Ash, oi a ilailigtilr. , , , .. (ll thr 4th ml., the wifeof ntCpt. Organ, Ceinbrian Hotel, Somerset-place, Swauil~ne, of a1 dauhtu7er. On1 the 4th iinijs., thie mvite of
June 7, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE WELSH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS.

THE WELSH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS.

-T1HE. WELSHE PARLIAMENTARY I;, ?? ELECTIONS. r HOUSE OF- OMMONS FDAY. The select .Cowmnittee a.ppointed;by the Honse of Corni' inons, to inquire ,into, the present-mode of.. conducting. Pirlirimentary and Mtcipal Elecons, ie'si'red their -'intettiatio'tttis' morniig the Martis '
June 7, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON THE CAMBRIAN RAILWAY.

SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON THE CAMBRIAN RAILWAY.

E.| RsIOUS A NCCIDET ON THE CAiBRIAN ~ 7 RALWAX, N"AROW ESCAPE OF EARL VANE. S An accident of a very serious character, but wl'2cb r.ost nppe fortunately was unattended with fatal ?? ts to h' a I ass life, occurred on the Cambrian Railway on tondkv r:ight. vide As the ordinary pa
November 3, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA.

SWANSEA.

SWANSZA~ ?? Tam MUNICIPAL EaP=raNs.-The renul of the polling ATtb ex. in the Upper and Lower Wards isnwbeoei. h h velfigures that were given in yesterday's western Movil for c bis the Upper Ward were correct, although, when registered, Mr. ugthey bad not been proclaimed officiall
November 3, 1869 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales