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0 260 110 0 0 7 11601250 II 103130 1010160 0014 006 6 0 10 10/11 OS 1100 The Total Amount of WI kr 46 fatal and 2,611 al Mpiy, 5A6,946. comaissosmant lbs Otimpsity has £260,000 as for Accidents. ‘gents for JOHN OARSHOT I SON, 144.011110 s Cltarsbars. THU LIVIRPOOL AND LOUDON AND
July 14, 1866 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
T LANELLY.—MOUSE with SHOP to LET, No. 14 Statical-road. New and well-built. Atuated. Suitable for • ceneral Imeinos. It he

T LANELLY.—MOUSE with SHOP to LET, No. 14 Statical-road. New and well-built. Atuated. Suitable for • ceneral Imeinos. It he

r Jona, lately occupied by kr Charles Broom, a medic:A geutleman, or one engaged at the Port. to Mr G. Broom, 5, Market-strest, MO BE LET, __and metered .1. FAMILY RESIDENCE, called [tautly aituated near Burry Port, Fembesy; weetesak parlours, 2 kitchens. and • large 'allay ; •
July 14, 1866 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A r Young Man, 20, wbo bas •21 bean in the Cabinet for two years and a bait. 4, sself

A r Young Man, 20, wbo bas •21 bean in the Cabinet for two years and a bait. 4, sself

for Two years 11 ith a Wurking Jui or wbers t us is only one or two .en kept. Apply, Mathews, 40, Ravalocklitreet, Cardii. CLOTEIERS, OUTFITTERPs' AND TAILORS,— ' WANTED, a Situation as LIITTER, by an active, ,teady (married). In Ira' experienced in Bespuks and wadi*. and ennpet
September 28, 1865 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Sole of Freehold Hoene Piarety, kinnni.l Ream and Building Gonad, at Landon, vase -iaannea, and at Lionel3y. A/IR JOHN M.

Sole of Freehold Hoene Piarety, kinnni.l Ream and Building Gonad, at Landon, vase -iaannea, and at Lionel3y. A/IR JOHN M.

LEgDER SELL by AITCTION, ea THURSDAY. the Mit day at May, at Lb* Three ,Arma a t r ree in Afternoon ( a .. ',hall be prod:elia d fraterkit Or= her lora as may be agreed u •at the tine of ~goerins highly raltutilie NOUNS 4AILDING and GROUND Let I.—The Freehold Groand Root Mow .te
April 25, 1864 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Working -- ASHANESPERIAN ENTERTAINMENT will be given by the Elocution Ulaas of the above Institute on FRIDAY, April 29th, 1564.

Working -- ASHANESPERIAN ENTERTAINMENT will be given by the Elocution Ulaas of the above Institute on FRIDAY, April 29th, 1564.

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April 25, 1864 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY. APRIL, 1864. THE SIIAKESPEARE MEMORIAL BUST, By Felix M. Miller, R.A. Published under the special and exclusive sanction

SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY. APRIL, 1864. THE SIIAKESPEARE MEMORIAL BUST, By Felix M. Miller, R.A. Published under the special and exclusive sanction

of the "National Shakespeare" and "Stratford-on- Avon Tercentenary Committees," BY IIoWELL, JALiEs AND Co., Goldsmiths, &c., I,ondon. Copies issued to Subscribers only. The Bust is executed in Height Price, Wedgwood's Ceramic Statuary 12 inches One Guinea. French Terra Cotta (wh
April 25, 1864 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TO ADVERTISERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. The Editor does set undertake to return rejected communications. Whatever is intended for insertion mum be

TO ADVERTISERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. The Editor does set undertake to return rejected communications. Whatever is intended for insertion mum be

verified by the name and address of the writer. All letters mut be Ildvertimennie lu or i ptblic companies, sad all *al end offichl metsmounents, are Inserted in this jomnel at the rate of ed. per line of printed matier. Sales by auction, 3d. per line. /ill abet advertisements,
April 25, 1864 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IMPERIAL PARLMIENT (By TelegrApll.l

IMPERIAL PARLMIENT (By TelegrApll.l

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Lanr NIGHT. I Their Lordships met at 5 o'clock. In reply to Cranworth. Doke of BUCIUNSHAM said that there would be no objection to prndatle tbe correspondence between the late Prtsident of the Council and the Archbishop of Canterbury, with reference to the consci
August 1, 1866 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales