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- i • I ) " RHYDDID, A GWI,AD FY NGENEDIGAETH." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J. L. BRIGSTOCKE, LAMMAS-STREET, CARMAR7'IIEN.

- i • I ) " RHYDDID, A GWI,AD FY NGENEDIGAETH." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J. L. BRIGSTOCKE, LAMMAS-STREET, CARMAR7'IIEN.

Price Sevenpoice. N 4). 40, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1832. AND PARIS, OCT. 2.—The subject which at present engages the attention of the diplomatic world is the triumphant march of the Pacha of ,Egypt towards the capital of the Ottoman Empire. There are persons not indisposed to belie
October 12, 1832 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
SLAVERY.

SLAVERY.

Under this head we last week inserted • must interesting letter, addressed originally to the Archbishop of Canterbury, in whirl' it was dearly sliewn that the Church of England is a Slave-holder—this week we give, besides other matter on the appalling subject, an account of the
October 12, 1832 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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October 12, 1832 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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October 12, 1832 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
CARDIGANSHIRE,

CARDIGANSHIRE,

CARDIGANSHIRE , NOTICE that the and Leos, called TYTHIN-KEKINAN-VAWR, in the Parish of Llanbadarn-rawr, Cardiganshire. will be oderrd for Bates by PUBLIC at Aberystwith, in the month of next, the mean dispoeedof by Private Contract. Particular* will appear in a future Paper, and
August 9, 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 

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Contract for WELSH COALS. Commissioners for executing the Office of 1 Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom 01 tirest Britain and Ireland, do hereby give NOTICE, th.!t on TB RSDAY, the lath Instant, at ON le: o'l'IAH h, thee will be ready to treat with such Persons as mar' he w
August 9, 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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September 13, 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
PEMBROKESHIRE.

PEMBROKESHIRE.

bt ;Lett ?ROM Till TWWITY-NINTII Or NBIT, FURNISHED COTTAGE, with a good Walled I Garden and Coach-house, situate at GOODwicar, about a mile from the Market and Post Town o Fisbguard. The Cottage contains Two Parlours, Three Bedrooms, Two Kitchens, and One Cellar; is within 100
August 9, 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE WELSHMAN, OR GENERAL ADVERTISING CHRONICLE FOR THE PRINCIPALITY.

THE WELSHMAN, OR GENERAL ADVERTISING CHRONICLE FOR THE PRINCIPALITY.

it made so much progress before richly endowed Establishments were thought of; for we fancy that many of them are much more accurately acquainted with the qualities of Burgundy and Champagne than with matters of this kind, notwithstanding the confidence with which they give thei
August 9, 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
SECOND DAY.

SECOND DAY.

The ORIELTON STAKES of FIVE SOVS. each, with .£5O added, the gift of Sir John Owen, Bart., M. P. — Three years old to carry 7st. 2lbs. ; four, fist. 41b• ; five, 9st.; and aged, 9st. Sibs.; half-bred Horses allowed 121b5.; Mares and Geldings, 31bs.—To start at the distance post,
August 9, 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales