Act for better supplying with water the parish of Holyhead in the County of Anglesey.

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PREFACE. CONCERNING the purpose and scope of this little book I have but to repeat what I have said in the prefaces to my other works of the same nature—A Book of the West, A Book of Dartmoor, A Book of Brittany—that it is not intended as a Guide, but merely as an introduction to North Wales, for the use of intending visitors, that they may know something of the history of.

A Topographical Dictionary of Wales Samuel Lewis, BANGOR, a city, port, and parish, in the hundred of ISGORVAI, county of CARNARVON, NORTH WALES, 9 miles (N.

E.) from Carnarvon, and (N. by W.) from London, on the great road to Holyhead. Mr Knight, of the Middle- sex County Council, rose to propose a.

vote of thanks to Mr Dew for the able, courteous, and impartial manner he had conducted the sales (hear, hear). Mr Barrett, Tottenham, seconded the vote, which was carried with acclamation, and in acknowledging, Mr Dew said that he had never sold before a better assembly.

Llaubedrgoch C.S., at £ 25 per annum. HOLYHEAD COUNTY SCHOOL. The following were appointed a sub- committee to meet that of the Holyhead County School governors to inquire into the financial position of the school:— M.&sr A, MeKillop, R. ?nd J. Thomas ARCHITECT'S SALARY. There a quarter of a mile of stormy water still separated the Isle of Anglesey from the mainland, and it was not until the January of that it was bridged.

From the Anglesey side of the Straits an entirely new and direct road was made across the island to Holyhead, saving three miles, and giving a level route, instead of the precipitous old.

A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham. And be it enacted, That a Board of Supervision shall be and is hereby established for the Purposes of this Act, and the said Board shall consist of the following Persons; (videlicet,) the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, the Lord Provost of Glasgow, the Solicitor General of Scotland, the Sheriff Depute of the County of.

A Book of North Wales by Sabine Baring-Gould. Published in Summary: an introduction to North Wales, for the use of intending visitors, that they may know something of.

The line soon after reaches the Menai tube-bridge, and passes into Anglesey. A general account of the railway is given under the head of Holyhead.

In an act was passed for the construction of a railway to be called the North Wales Railway, from Bangor, through Carnarvon, to Porth-Dinllaen; but the design has been altogether abandoned.

'INDOOR PAUPERS' (Extracts)by 'ONE OF THEM' Indoor Paupers was published anonymously in by 'One of Them' and purports to give the real insider's story of life in a London workhouse.

Despite the author's dismissal of the 'strange tales' that had been told of casual ward inmates — presumably a reference to James Greenwood's sensation-causing A Night in a. For all of County Dublin there are three Ordnance Survey Discovery Series maps, Map no.

43 which covers parts of Dublin, Meath and Louth. Map No. 50 which covers most of South County Dublin and a bit of Kildare and finally Map no. 56 which covers only a very small part of South County Dublin.

21 September – the first comprehensive school in Wales is opened in Holyhead, Anglesey. 30 September – the Berlin Airlift comes to an end, during which 17 American and 7 British planes have crashed delivering supplies to Soviet blockaded Berlin. October – Valerie Hunter Gordon is granted a U.K.

patent for the disposable nappy. The original name of Conway was Caer Gyffin, and it probably was inhabited, and was a place of some strength, prior to the establishment of a Cistercian Abbey here, inby Llewelyn ap Jorwerth, Prince of North Wales, and it then no doubt increased in opulence and respectability, as the privileges of the members of this community, like many.

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Ruddock Thomas Telford Publishing. MERTHYR, a parish, in the Lower division of the hundred of Elvet, union and county of Carmarthen, South Wales, 4 miles (W.) from Carmarthen; containing inhabitants. This parish is situated in the south-western portion of the county.

[transcriber's notes - *** - The Menai Straits, running between Wales and Anglesey, had to be traversed by travelers to the ferry port of Holyhead, where ships left for Ireland.

The straits, due to currents and varying obstructions, were very dangerous.

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The bridge was started inand opened 30 Jan, to 'great fanfare'. Supplying the defects and for the better execution of an Act, intituled, An Act to enable Colonel William Ponsonby to settle a jointure on his wife, and raise portions for his younger children.

(10 Will. 3) c. Enabling Sir William Parsons, Baronet, to charge his estate with £2, (10 Will. 3) c. Dolgeiiley, July 7th, at 1 a.M Towyn County Schoo (Mixed) County Sciiooi, Towyn, July 14th, at 9 a.m. Festwiiog County School (Mixed) Boys' High- er Grade School, Blaenau Festiniog, July 6th and 7th, at a.m.

HAYDN" JONES. Education Office, Towyn, Merioneth. ymc COUNTY OF MERIONETH. EDUCATION ACT,SECTION 2 (1). To the. PETTY's LIFE. William Petty 1 was born on Monday, 26 May,at the house of his father, a poor clothier of Romsey in Hampshire.

According to the detailed account of his childhood which he gave to Aubrey, his chief amusement consisted in “looking on the artificers, e.g. smyths, the watchmaker, carpenters, joiners, etc.”2 until he “could have worked at any of their trades.” “At.

for permission to extract the above details from his book THE CLERGY OF THE BEAUMARIS PARISHES (The Church in Wales) Copies of the book are available from him; Revd Neil Fairlamb, The Rectory, Beaumaris, Anglesey, LL58 8BN at a remarkable £ (One pound 45p)including postage and packing.

24 x A4 pages of text. Amongst the parties named in the deeds relating to Tyn y Llwyfan, datedare Sir Richard Bulkeley-Williams Bulkeley (), and his son Sir Richard Lewis Mostyn Williams-Bulkeley () of the Baron Hill Estate, Anglesey. InEven numbered houses on New Street were built by the Town Council.

The English pestilence of is the same that was fabled long after in prose and verse as the great plague “of Cadwallader’s time.” It left a mark on the traditions of England, which may be taken as an index of its reality and its severity; and with it the history of epidemics in Britain may be said to begin.

(1) This Act may be cited as the Statute Law Revision Act (2) The Short Titles Acts tosections 4 and 5, this subsection and, in so far as it relates to section 4, Schedule 1 may be cited together as the Short Titles Acts to SCHEDULE 1.

Acts Retained. Section 2 (2). PART 1. Irish Private Acts to 31 December THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. Such a book should be founded on independent thought and research, but should at the same time be written with a full knowledge of the works of the best modern historians and with a desire to take advantage of their teaching wherever it appears sound.

and to state the draught of water, and the wind best. IN this, the sequel of my former tour, I directed my course westward from Downing, passed by Whiteford, our parish-church, and ascended the hill of Garreg, or the Rock, a high and most conspicuous part of the country.

The Romans took ad∣vantage of it, and placed on its summit a Pharos, * to conduct the navigators to and from Deva, along the difficult channel of the Seteia.

The parish clerk occupied the lower deck and gave out the hymns therefrom, as well as other notices of a character not now announced in church. The minister read the lessons and prayers, in a white surplice, from the second deck, and then, while a hymn was being sung, he retired to the vestry, from which he again emerged, attired in a black.

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ee fr h. the best of north and mid wales, cheshire, wirral and shropshire. j a n u a r y/f e b r u a r y make the most of every minute Truro Water AN ACT for better supplying with Water the District of Truro in the County of Cornwall. 12pp, disbound, Act of Parliament.

£; Valentine (J) ALBUM containing 24 views of Penzance area, each size 6" x 8", titled in white in plate, in album with cloth covered boards, thick card window mounts. c £. Chwiliwch 15 miliwn o erthyglau papurau newydd Cymru. Nid yw statws neu berchnogaeth hawlfraint yr adnodd hwn yn hysbys (delweddau ar gyfer gyda diolch i'r .Category: Mental Health Act Commission The corruption in Anglesey County Council has a long and glorious past, it was one of the first things that I was told about when I moved there in and I was only a student at the time.

Risley Remand Centre were on board with the plan, as was the Mental Health Act Commission, as well as Gwynedd.When, by the Emancipation Act inthe forty-shilling franchise was abolished, the peasant lost his political value.

After the war, when the price of corn fell very low, and, consequently, tillage gave place to grazing, labourers became to the middleman an encumbrance and a nuisance that must be cleared off the land, just as weeds are.