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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Sick Man's Dream; Cheap popular Literature ; Rules for Tojndying; Puffs-Plav-houses.-l. Recollections of Barbary.-lII Niretot; A Ttes-IV. The Broad Stone of Honour.-V. The Old Man of the Mountoiu.- VI songs of the Civil War: 1. The CavalieTs' March to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daugh- ter or Hr. Thomas Brown, painter. Bradford,. A Same day, at Addlinghaam, bit. Richard Rhedes, farmer, A ' Broad Stone, nesr Biogley, to Miss Elizabeth Holmes, of Ca Addisagham. alt On Monday, at Pokldington, Mr. R, Wate. csrdwainer, to- Subscribers-only content

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    Sal, 'r. Sister. aiid in or upois certain other flel': s respectively called Sio id 'The Broad Stone, Upper New Close, and Broad Stone Common, wal r- respectively belonging to Arthur idlenkilorn Newton, lisquiie, Afo s, and now in the Subscribers-only content

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    sy)- li., Are -srdeir, with a dana or embankment and weir norooc the e p o)bthdan hnnell of the Broad Stone Dyice, and adjoining inf loDs frrchiead himouinding the waterse o0 the said tBrmoil Stone e Dykii end of th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    channel of the Broad Sowne Dyke, and adjeining cand lands, for receiving end inepouroding the wratera of the eaid Broad Stone eon Dyke and of the Bisekwatter Dykee, end of the Annat-royd Beck, r. end the tributaries thereof roepr~tetvly, oruch Subscribers-only content

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