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THE WELSH LANGUAGE.

THE WELSH LANGUAGE.

The Dean of Bangor, letter to the Tirntf, snys In the Times the 10th lost. Mr. James Shaw under* tock'to instruct your readers upon the above subject. Mr. Shaw has no knowledge the Welsh language, and the Infonnation which he givea he has acquired, tolls os, by an occasional res
September 16, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WTSTEBIOVB CASE OF DROWNING,

WTSTEBIOVB CASE OF DROWNING,

Ako.at the above house, to the death of William DymmocV, aged 42 years, afreoatoue mason, who raided Ko, 6, Saffron-street, Whitehall, St. George’s, who was found drowned on Saturday millpond Mr. . White’s pottery, Baptist-mills. A son of the deceased stated that his mother on T
September 16, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
lttshumtiUs.

lttshumtiUs.

FOR SALE, One Bass and Two Brass Side DRUMS, with Cymbals.-A. VATS, Sodbnry. 1783 mo KKIP for CowA *o.—Ap|*r X Mr. Pomplirey. Fox Stapleton-road. 101 l SOCTHTItIE -BOUa* SHOP. Ho. 3, VirtorlA-pIKO. No drduea.—Piowm), Redcliff-biU. [3ll HILL.—BOSK VILLA, HboM: mj and —Apply to Mr
September 16, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CORN AND PRODUCE MARKETS.

CORN AND PRODUCE MARKETS.

MONDAY. LONDON CORN MARKET. Rather more ‘rteadlne— was observed la the grain trade. Ihtre was a fair attendance, but boslneaa wm not brisk. wheat came iparlngly to hand, and was held for adrance of la per qr. New was quoted 48a per qr. Foreign wheat was la fair rapply. The trade
September 16, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
“ FOR THE BLOOD lb THE LIFE.’

“ FOR THE BLOOD lb THE LIFE.’

FOR THE BLOOD lb THE LIFE.’ WORLD-FAAIED BLOOD MIX* TUBE, for Cleansing and Clearing the Blood from all impurities, whether arising from youthful indiscretion any ether cause, cannot too highly recommended. It Cures Ola Sores, Cores Ulcerated Sores to the Neck, Cores Ulcerated So
September 16, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PORT OF HULL SOCIETY'S SAILORS' ORPHAN HOME.

PORT OF HULL SOCIETY'S SAILORS' ORPHAN HOME.

PORT OF I4TLL S(CIETY'S SAILORS' OatPkfAN HOOME. Yesterday about 100 sailors' ?? belonging to the above institution, of which his ?? Highnes the Dulke of Edirisurgh is the patror, paid a1 visit to IBirmineghami. 'i'he eventi lad beeu extet!sively advertised, and lare crowds of pe
September 10, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

T~-DWELLINT IrUSES A"J MD; ((II gtoore4 b0 000S1O01)32rte 2 & m2ge tip; four' li11A 000101, dinizlgm od 1, ?? flnomao £2S,--Amsy, ~~.:U~U~rJ37,AlbtrtWind, Ant~o. o47 7I .'~~jjth.Totot Clftn Ottoo.Avenue Road, Rtoot ?? HothCCO)ll'If aItotl. ive minutes fromo statiol- ooRt.1,Mr. Wr
September 16, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS, [Ratdae's Tegecamns, per Press Associstion.] FRANCE. PARIS, SEPrEMBER 0. n The Soir of this evening publishes a stateient that ac sum of money, amounting to 135,000 francs, was stolen to- day from thi Ministry of Finance. The death is aunounce(d of Baron Isidore Tayl
September 8, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

TO IXET-D l ELGHOSES AN LAN (AT Nieb ace. St. Clement's Road).-1ldtd et ill-TO et, goii Famii' flosi ~~i~lei~li flati. -. _n__ -0 iljeelir'oLon, nar ustrdioues Tayorcs(.-A t ~~IA~l~atb(bet prtl.To ettwogoid Villas, Nos. 17' and ~ls~uever Roadpleariii eltotioi, elso to now, park:
September 11, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England