Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 14,277,052 articles

nerally. since th nplort tat and E. and Lavejnvi imiable I Coin mot County that a p 1 of the

nerally. since th nplort tat and E. and Lavejnvi imiable I Coin mot County that a p 1 of the

re annexed clerk t irentiet April, loader amble &West I That if nail& p the
12 April 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
♦Vg{AUD PIIICY.II

♦Vg{AUD PIIICY.II

PIIICY.II Wheat, per 5 6 Barley, per Imp 2 9 per do. Butter. per lb. I 5 Salt do.. per . r , Fl.,ur. per I Clieeer, per ~t. 34) 0 We have the best authority to state, that the Hon. W. H. Yelverton, the Member for this Borough, voted for Mr. flume's amendilynt to the Mutiny Bill,
12 April 1833 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
DIED

DIED

On the 21st inst., aged 21, at the residence of George Wood, Esq., St. Clears, :Miss Mary Ann Jones, late of Cembreg, and Meer of Thomas Buffers, E.q., Parade, Carntartbcn, much and deaervedly regretted by her relatives and a large circle of friends and aequaintaneea. On the 20t
25 September 1846 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
HER MAJKSIVS MARRIAGE.

HER MAJKSIVS MARRIAGE.

flee Majesty held a Privy on Saturday Buckingham Palace, at half.nast o'Cloek, which was attend:4 by an untimely large number or .ilensherethere being qpivards of lOU Privy Connedfors present. The proceedings excited unustal interest from Its being generally that announeement of
29 November 1839 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
NOTICE is hereby elven. that a separate Belliing named PENTRETYGWYN, situated is the Hamlet of Rhantlyr-Issaf, ie the Parish of

NOTICE is hereby elven. that a separate Belliing named PENTRETYGWYN, situated is the Hamlet of Rhantlyr-Issaf, ie the Parish of

I,lanfair. arybrln, In the County of Carmarthen, In the District of the klandovery Union, being a Building certified according to lAW, an a place of liellgions Worship, wan on the 12th day of November inataut, duly registered for solemnizing Marriages therein, pursuant to the Ac
29 November 1839 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE LITTLE HAND.

THE LITTLE HAND.

Taw baby boy. from do% And u 1.6 p.m and damp, In tinge. and &dm. sunk, Thy de dim* Thy little Madl. prat. 'rut nits. what wit Naar, WY 71.. r t Or Or.. MO rural • 4 • Is Vett imp Of Used Oa a I W. week. - es the Wee, Even A ed, • tight U. wt. Thum* uncertain I It, with hew t. W
29 November 1839 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
ISAAC EDWARI)I4'..S, tiooltinbrr anb AO. 3, ST. MARI:STREET. SWANSEA. BEGS to informthe Gentry of Carmarthen and its vicinity, that he

ISAAC EDWARI)I4'..S, tiooltinbrr anb AO. 3, ST. MARI:STREET. SWANSEA. BEGS to informthe Gentry of Carmarthen and its vicinity, that he

intends VISITING THAT TOWN MONTIIIX, for the porpoee of TAKING ORDERS IN [FINDING. Russia, .11arooen, l'ellrar. and all kinds of Forty Bindings. ACCOUNT BOOKS MADE, AND nri.l:l) TO PATTERN, BY
29 November 1839 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE WELSHMAN, OR GENERAL ADVERTISING CHRONICLE FOR THE PRINCIPALITY.

THE WELSHMAN, OR GENERAL ADVERTISING CHRONICLE FOR THE PRINCIPALITY.

Brady who is in command at that point, le an active, efficient officer, and will undoubtedly diarni the Patriots as soon RS they eme within his reach. All was quiet at Niontrc7.l the 7th. Sir John Colborne was to have been sworn int , : office as Administrator of the Government
16 March 1838 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
LOT T.

LOT T.

All those Three Freehold fields. of rid' Meadow rnmstd, called M EAtoW, Jr AIN. her it h the Smith's Forge. built on the last mentioned Meadun ;-containing by ailuteasureineut, 13A. Ye. lls., situate near Tretaughau Hill, and adjoining turnpike ro.id leading from l'anuarth. n to
28 September 1838 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
VISIT •STS' SLR.

VISIT •STS' SLR.

Twelve excellent Mitch Cows, hi full profit ; I twoyear.old Rol% 1 yearling do., K three-year-old Steers and Heifers, nearly fat ; two-year-old Steers and Heifers; 10 yea ling 4.i.; 70 Rams, of the pure Leicester breed, 30 Ewes and 4 Rains, of the pore Southdown breed; 100 Lambs
28 September 1838 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales