The Carmarthenshire Historian

... linking the G . W . R . at Gloucester with Cardiff , Neath , Swansea , Carmarthen
and Fishguard , with a branch to Pembroke . The plan in the Carmarthen Record
Office shows the route running from Eglwys Glan Tave ( Whitland ) to Narberth ...

The Carmarthenshire Historian

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Britain

Britain

Author: David Abram

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Here are up-to-the minute recommendations of the best places to stay, eat, and drink, in all budget ranges, throughout England, Scotland, and Wales. There are lively and unrivaled accounts of every type of attraction Great Britain has to offer. 72 maps. 16 pages of color photos.

Accounts and Papers

... Saint R Dewsland Fishguard V Ditto Florence , Saint RS Florence , Saint V
Castlemartin Ford C Dewsland Freystrop R ... small rooms [ Not answered ] +106
80 х 80 300 all the Parishioners 2 X +130 1 Carmarthen } 560 1 600 x Too small .

Accounts and Papers

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

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Independent Travellers Britain and Ireland 2004

Independent Travellers Britain and Ireland 2004

Author: Eric Bailey

Publisher: Thomas Cook Publications

ISBN: 9781841573700

Page: 416

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Independent Travellers Britain and Ireland 2004 is a real favorite with both regular and first-time backpackers, wanting to tour Great Britain and Ireland by rail. Updated annually by commissioned researchers and with the help of our readers, this guide offers budget options for accommodations, transportations, eating out, and sightseeing, as well as suggested routes for exploring different regions. The guide now includes a FREE weblinks CD ROM offering additional information for use when planning a trip and finding out more about the destination. Independent Travellers Britain and Ireland 2004 is a real favorite with both regular and first-time backpackers, wanting to tour Great Britain and Ireland by rail. Updated annually by commissioned researchers and with the help of our readers, this guide offers budget options for accommodations, transportations, eating out, and sightseeing, as well as suggested routes for exploring different regions. The guide now includes a FREE weblinks CD ROM offering additional information for use when planning a trip and finding out more about the destination.

Accounts and papers

Total of fees 29 7 4 28 11 2 36 10 7 62 16 14 3 93101. a year 101. a year
Carmarthen 15 miles 20 12 Thos . ... 1849 | 10 - 1849 22 18 6 3 26 19 7 32 2 1 29
15 1 7 17 63 10 - 1850 | 10 - 1850 CARMARTHEN : FISHGUARD : ( continued ) ...

Accounts and papers

Author: Great Britain House of Commons

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Land of White Gloves

17. For details of a late example, see, e.g., The Western Mail, 23 January 1893. I
am grateful to Siti Jamil for this reference. Jones, Crime in Wales, pp. 12–13; see
also, e.g., P. Molloy, A Shilling for Carmarthen (Fishguard: Gomer Press, 1991) ...

Land of White Gloves

Author: Richard Ireland

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135089418

Page: 134

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Land of White Gloves? is an important academic investigation into the history of crime and punishment in Wales. Beginning in the medieval period when the limitations of state authority fostered a law centred on kinship and compensation, the study explores the effects of the introduction of English legal models, culminating in the Acts of Union under Henry VIII. It reveals enduring traditions of extra-legal dispute settlement rooted in the conditions of Welsh Society. The study examines the impact of a growing bureaucratic state uniformity in the nineteenth century and concludes by examining the question of whether distinctive features are to be found in patterns of crime and the responses to it into the twentieth century. Dealing with matters as diverse as drunkenness and prostitution, industrial unrest and linguistic protests and with punishments ranging from social ostracism to execution, the book draws on a wide range of sources, primary and secondary, and insights from anthropology, social and legal history. It presents a narrative which explores the nature and development of the state, the theoretical and practical limitations of the criminal law and the relationship between law and the society in which it operates. The book will appeal to those who wish to examine the relationships between state control and social practice and explores the material in an accessible way, which will be both useful and fascinating to those interested in the history of Wales and of the history of crime and punishment more generally.

Army Circulars

tCardigan . Cardigan . Carmarthen . Carmarthen . Fishguard . Pembroke .
Haverfordwest . Llandilo . Carmarthen . Llanelly . Llanon . Cardigan . Merthyr
Tydvil . Glanıorgan . Milford . Pembroke . Narbeth . Neath . Glamorgan .
Newcastle Emlyn .

Army Circulars

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The London Gazette

North Pembrokeshire and Fishguard Railway. (Abandonment of Llandilo Loop
Railway; Stopping Up and Diversion of Roads at Manorowen and Goodwic; New
Railways from Letterston to Clynderwen ; New Railways from Carmarthen to ...

The London Gazette

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Report

Pres . , Mr H. W. Evans , VolConts , Abergwili , Carmarthen Vice - Pres . , Mr J.
Evans , Queen Elizabeth Girls'GrS ... Fishguard CyPrims , West - st , Fishguard
Vice - Pres . , Miss A. Kelleher , Holy Name R.C.S , Vergam - terr , Fishguard Ex ...

Report

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England and Wales

... Thomas H. Haverfordwest Griffiths , William Fishguard Griffiths , William
Glandwr Griffiths , William Nevern Griffiths , William Newton Lodge Griffiths ,
William St. Florence Griffiths , William M. Carmarthen Grinins , Thomas St. Davids
Gronor ...

England and Wales

Author: Great Britain. Local Government Board

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The Carmarthenshire Antiquary

( 1807 Abergwili Anne Blome ) ( 1809 Carmarthen , St Peter Mary Warlow ) (
1810 Abergwili Thomas Blome ) GAFFIN , THOMAS ... Her gravestone records
she was the third daughter of Joshua and Hannah Nicholas of Lower Fishguard .

The Carmarthenshire Antiquary

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John Wesley s Preachers

... stayed until the summer of 1763 and was the real founder of the societies in
Pembroke. He established a Pembrokeshire circuit among the English speaking
villages of Pembroke with bases also at Carmarthen, Fishguard and
Haverfordwest ...

John Wesley s Preachers

Author: John Lenton

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1606088785

Page: 534

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This book is about those preachers whom John Wesley called his Sons in the Gospel, their lives, their importance in the Methodist movement and their wider significance. It is about those who entered in Wesley's lifetime; they had begun their work by 1791. Because of their unity and dedication they had more effect than either of the Wesley brothers in the creation of the worldwide Methodist Church. This study analyses their lives and achievements. It provides new statistical information and brings to life the calling, travels, and everyday experience of individual preachers.

A Topographical Dictionary of Wales

5. , of which num ( Carmarthen ) to the town of Fishguard . The £ 108 . 13. was
applied to the relief of the poor , total expenditure of the parochial rates for the
year £ 5.5 . towards county rates , and £ 6 . 7. for incidental ending March 25th ,
1836 ...

A Topographical Dictionary of Wales

Author: Samuel Lewis

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Wales

638 m . Kidwelly . - - 731 m , Carmarthen . - A 40 : 821 m . St . Clears , where Rte .
47 keeps to the left . - 871 m . Whitland . - At 927 m . we cross Rte . 48 . - 95 m .
Robeston Wathen . - 1037 m . Haverfordwest ( Rte . 49 ) . - 118 } m . Fishguard .

Wales

Author: Litellus Russell Muirhead

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