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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vlla in erfet orerteh minutes, from - gareln.-Aply, ay ad irear. c1297,S FARMS TO LET, OR FOR SALE. aRIASS-KEEP, Fifty Acres: water In each field. Se. and s -K tsh.-D. Cook. Fostiriff{ouse. Solihull. 4o,3 IS -gODIIE Hill Manor House sand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "1WAMYTED" CLASS oJ ADVERTISEMENTS V'oe esrollstteilve insgctltio of tiso classea of rna~ll Advertisemenot partienlarised below the following are thce sretisa charges 16 Wordoi, Once ........ 651, 117 to 32 Wlords, Once....* Is. 0(1 Ditto, Tisree Insertiono.. ls. Osd. Ditto, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ley. fr F`p~ing a~t bacdk-Aplely to 1B. Blarnett, 36, Tenbly Street. c4R 9 B 2la '1REAT Barr.-Femily Mansion. cnfd. Fifty Acres of Park Lands. G The cRetl Houae, Seve mailes from Bi-mincgham. near Great B-r bccev 5110 eicd Newton Road Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lease; centrally situated, cuitahie for 1publie rom Ilostlintbonas, o,; corner poaltioos.-Addresa. 8ADaily Port. c5748 roc Cl REAT Barr.-Family Ma~neionand Fifty Acres of ParkLands.- eto G The Red House, five miles from Birmingham,* near Greet Ber e and Newton Road stations, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMODIOUS5 WELL-BUILT MIANSION, B V29, Know]n as " WARDT ENDs HOUSE1," Tern With Eleven Acres of LAND, and nearly Fifty Acres of ACCOU 6 'o' 14, . MODATIOI( LA.NIdjoiofirg~; . litos five TW A0TT FIIL EIECS* from TWO APITL FA Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Isleham Charities for the poor

    1990s . 89 Other common land by the fen bank just south of the Adventurers' bank, later called the Fifty Acres , supposedly 56 a., was allotted in 1837 in trust for the poor to the Peyton Hospital trustees in

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Observations on the state of the colony, 1821

    Council, has been p'.cased to order that the first mentioned class of settlers may receive a gratuitous Grant of Fifty Acres , under exclusion be it understood from any further Grant from the Crown, but with liberty to Lease the Subscribers-only content


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