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5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
TUB LIVIIIPOOL, Nsw Toss, •sD PHIL•• DILPRIA STRAIII•8111P CONPART Intend • 1 ,- dessesebing their Fell Poweral Clydebang Inn Screw

TUB LIVIIIPOOL, Nsw Toss, •sD PHIL•• DILPRIA STRAIII•8111P CONPART Intend • 1 ,- dessesebing their Fell Poweral Clydebang Inn Screw

Mesa Slaps, tie Looked Passes For LIVERPOOL roa NEW YORK. KA NO AROO Fa. CITY OP LONDON Wadassky 10th awry old Every &awnlay. Cabin Passage by Mall Stemmas sailing every Wednesday, IS, 17, and 21 Guineas, aeeording to the accommodation. Cabin Passaic by the Saturday's Stessers,
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Mammas or Mr. Barltrop's Epping (loco, ouay toe wen ruse sparrows, the old ones having taktn {{wt suns al a

Mammas or Mr. Barltrop's Epping (loco, ouay toe wen ruse sparrows, the old ones having taktn {{wt suns al a

marina nest under the eaves o f Mr. flathrop's house, and there reared their y aung .—ll er t s an d Journal. A writer in the Wash- Chrmtiele says that the greater power of endurance of such hardships as beg to a life belnagsto seen over years of age; that ones from la to 30 tam
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE C.H.C. STEEPLE CHASE,

THE C.H.C. STEEPLE CHASE,

A Sweepstakes of 3 Soya. each, p.p., with • 0 JOG added, value 25 Guineas. the gift of DAVID Pua•, F.sq., M.P. Entrance I Soy, to go to the fund. Second horse to sate his stoke. Five entries or no Race. Po:- horses that have been regularly hunted in South Wales during this seaso
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
sookeiA LLANELLY AND VALE OF TOWY AND

sookeiA LLANELLY AND VALE OF TOWY AND

SWANSEA VALE RAILWAYS. Direct Railway Communication between Liamlly, Llandilo and Llandocery, and Ystaksjera, Pontardawe, and Swansea. GOOHS can now be booked through, via Brynanima, the principal Statism ea the above Rahn^ dint! sad without busk For Warmed= rates, de., op* to W
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A BARGAIN,

A BARGAIN,

'I I HE Property of a "Gavial/ Wales, a ny.t awl useful t of • most, well Wed, good COB, yaws aid. bus boss sea deem a end Ikea sad la ble peen. A less 'heel CLIJUAOIt, very East essedirios, wed ea seeful Sat H MINIUM U. *bele 4.) Wanes% et sag be bad be at rem-Wes way time befo
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
LITERARY NOTICES.

LITERARY NOTICES.

THIC FAMILY MAGAZIII/L—Loads; Hogg and Sew. The February newther of this marininieflatains a kind continuation of "Clever woman of the family." which is a story wrings a eery interesting style and with originality. and a pnt4 illustration by Flamm Chalon. forming the fnoatl irae
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
TAX OSUROE,

TAX OSUROE,

TAX PHIMERMRNTIA AND The Rev. G. M. Atborpe, to the Curacy of Warmsworth. The Rev. A. R. Carter, M.A., to the Curate in Sole Charge of Farrington Gurney and Ston-Easton. The Rev. F. C. Cook, M.A., to a Residentinry Canonry in Exeter Cathedral. The Rev. J. G. Gibbs, to the Curacy
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Asparagus. e.. plant a.. pima hot -bed, agreed feria& Salm. pleas. ewe. pheil ; draw earth h advancing please; these

Asparagus. e.. plant a.. pima hot -bed, agreed feria& Salm. pleas. ewe. pheil ; draw earth h advancing please; these

raison cadet true.. Rapti. sew v., /lest send s ap sad Nun au) kit bed. ae. sow r. end pleat ter seed. afire) pleas We beak, • b. as. out. Came% sew 0. a.. rows is a bat fwd. Ise seed. Celery dram faith sp Mewl a Maimed Mears and t Cord Cumnabers. Oak eat, Is them Il se It, sra.
5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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5 February 1864 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales