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- The Queen by Nattie Jones
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Edward and Cecil Powell were 1. Thomas Picton, of Poyston, co. Elizabeth, eld. They had—I, Uichard. Gervase Powell. Alison, d. Henry VIII.
L ap Evan, md. Dydvil, d. VII, 4. Vachan, m. Howell Gibbon, of Cefn-tre-paen. Madryn, d. Denis Lougher, and bad-Jenet, d. Crisly, d. Morgan Mathew, b Jenet, m. Denis, d.
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John, md. Eva, d. They had a Thomas Edward, of Pyle. Arnold William, of Pyle. Lucy, md. Griffith ap Griffith Rees Benett, of Llougher.
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They had—1, Thomas. Rees ap Jenkin, of Llangeynwyr. Their I descendants were the Landeggs, of Gower. The preparations made to receive the Prince and Princess were on a magnificent scale. A festival of "reformed drunkards was held at Leeds on the 8th. Silver has been discovered in the Orme's Head, Llandudno. Court of Common Pleas, Wedneslay, Nov.. Court of Exchequer, Thursday Dec. The fire seems to have made too great progress before it was discovered to be effectually dealt with by the engineers, but these succeeded in confining it to the area in which it originated. The Marchioness replied that she fully appreciated the great attention and linaness shown, and was glad to be beloved, as she loved her husband and home.
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Edouart of Leominster, who had been absent from his parish for a con- siderable time, returned last week, and on Sunday conducted the services in the parish church. As soon as the rev. The note was to request the members of the choir to leave the gallery, or not take part in the singing but it did not reach the hands of the person to whom it was sent, at least, during the first part of the Service, the bearer having accidentally let the nore slip from his fingers, so that it fell between the pedals of the organ.
There it remained for some time, most of tie choir having a strong suspicion of its co ents. The Vicar commenced reading pray. The Vicar read the parts of the service which are usually sung, and in one or two cases he was reading or beginning to read while the choir were singing. The Rubric is the Vicar's guide; but it appears that in one case he did not follow it.
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He had informed the organist that. There were frequent clashes—the Vicar and the choir proceeding with the service at the same time—to the great disgust of many of the congregation, among whom were several gentlemen of the Corporation who attended with the Mayor, that being the last Sunday in the Civic year. In the evening the sei vice was conducted in much the same way.
The execution of Franz Muller for the murder of Mr. Briggs, under circumstances that have attracted so extraordinary a share of public attention, took place on Monday morning at eight o'clock. Cappel, who has been almost constantly with the prisoner since his conviction, was with him until a late hour on Sunday night, and although he earnestly abjured him to speak the truth, and re- minded him that his end was fast approaching, and that he could only offer up a few more prayers and tears for him, and that it would be better for him to speak the truth, Muller still persisted in declaring that he had not committed the crime.
He slept for several hours on Sunday night, and at an early hour on Monday morning Dr. Cappel and the Rev. Davis were again in attendance upon him. Cappel, as being acquainted with the prisoner's language, took the more active part in the proceed- lings, and prayed most fervently with the culprit; but Muller still appeared unaltered, and made no admission of guilt. When the first sensation spectacle was presented of bringing out the drop, there was comparatively a small number of observers. When, however, the shapeless lumbering tumbril was dragged into its appointed place before the debtor's door, the cheer from a large portion of the crowd seemed to indicate that the spectators had recognised an old friend.
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When the gibbet was completed the assistant, as usual of late, pro- ceeded to drape the edge of the platform with black cloth. As the morning advanced the weather im- proved, and enormous crowds rapidly poured into the Old Bailey. In the hour that remained after daylight, the mob. Several unfortunate girls, who evidently mustered a pretty large party, showed a spirit as determined as practi- cal to enjoy the spectacle without inconvenience.