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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwyn o eira ydoedd ar y Glanau n. eleni. Gwasanaethid gyda y Saeson gan y Parch. vg Samuel Evans, Iron Bridge, Swydd Amwythig, a mab xa i'r diweddar Baroh. Enoch Evans, Bala; a chyda y )'r Cymry, yr oedd yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grecian elegance." '[he Dial Lawnv, and the A il lent. 'Tle New Gardens are next dicplayed. Here ar tile Iron Bridge with a span of 110 f'eet ; the Elm Cir'e ; tile Diamo Vo4 Sect ; tlte A merican Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Pasenr labourto te Prope tor, sord of money to both. it is proposed to erect a Caot Iron Bridge, of Seven Arches, with Stone Piers and Abutments, stretching from Church street, Lambeth, near the Arch- bishop's Palace, (sand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLAIN of IMMA; now EL'UMK. BY W. F ANCts AINSWORTB. The Plain Delay in tarTranopert: the Crusaders at the Iron Bridge; Defet o thePooyrero~ he croolisof yreestira; Battles of Vensidius and the Porthians: Arasre; Geography of the Crusades; Navigation of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Irish breeches 264 Zuluaga, E,, Spain, damascene arms Models. 91 Ibbeltsn, Captain, model of the Isle of Wight 511 Iron Bridge Company, New York, United States, mo. del of Ryder's potent ir 'n bridge 186 James, Jabez, model of Britannia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    elks, lessened by the p~lucky endeavonre of their oppanente, who made tia som e grand spaerts,. When at thes Iron Bridge, a hundred yards kye] Iroes the wvinning point, Shrewebeery crms very nearly level, hut blo; thes Cheltenham crew tiene Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 8 5 fIhrewabmuy. . 6 9 0 Talisman .. ,. 3 8 5 Osslan. . 4 9 0 Iron Bridge .. 38 5 Prince Maudce 4 9 0 Darlington .. .. 3 8 5 Quicldime . 5 g 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lots Mrf. John Mattrhews.)-Seven FREEHOLD COrTAGE"S. siulate in Lug Trout Lane. at the, corner of Eimdion. Road. adjoining the Iron Bridge at Elmndon Heath. ne~ar Solibull, with large pro- ductive Gardens, let to Harrison, Mlann, Repad, Townsend, Nialins. Itaynes. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Mr. John Mstthews.)-Seven FREEHOLD COTTAGE.S. situate in Lig Trout4Lane. at the corner of Krondon Road, aeljoining the Iron Bridge att rimelon Heats, near Solihull. with large pro- duoctive Gardens, let to Harrison, Manid Read. Townsend, Malinse. Hlaynes, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late mr. John Matthews.)-Senen FREEMHOLD COTTAGES, sititate in Lug Treot L~ane ait tihe cornter of Elmelon Iloud, adjoining tun Iron Bridge at Llmdoen Heath, near Solihbtll, wvith large pro- ditetive Gardens, let to ilarriseon, ?Nann, Readl, Townsend, dalton, Haynes, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Mr. John !Watthews.)-Sovea FRIEEHOLD COTTAGES, situate in Lug Trout Lane at the corner of Elmdlon. Road, adjoining! the Iron Bridge at ElMdou Heath, near Solihull, with large pro-! ductive Gardens, let to Harrison, Mann Read, Townsend, Malins, Haynes and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Mr.r John Matthows.)-Seven FRLEEUOLD COTMAGES, siuaste in Log Tront Lane, at the cinomer of Elredon Road, adjoining the Iron Bridge at Etlmdon Heath. near Solihull, with large oro- ductive Gardens, let to Harrison, Mann. Rood. Townsend, Ma no, Eayrnes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Mr. Johin Matthews.)-Seven FREEHOLD COTTAGES, situate in Lug Trout Lane at toie corner of Elmudere Road, adjoing the Iron Bridge at Ehemion Heath. near Solithull, withlagpr ductlys Gardens, let to Harrison, Mann, Read, Townsend, Ma ins, Haynat and Pettifor. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    String Band, Five er six per- = yTformcrs-Appty at once, S. FL Coueper-Colee. Budit. c4959 WlAN tED,. one ton Iron Bridge Rails, about 341b. lper yard;: also,E ' I telWire Rope, % diasneter, about 1310 yards lengs; new or 1~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilnulhnlnsnle lIven Etadlea.-Eep'y. on IT statinglovestprice, to Bolt, 5, Tower aD", aion. li-. inilghar. oi7?7 ad WANTED, one ton Iron Bridge Rais hbout 241h. per yard: also, S Steel Wire Rope. 6 diameur, to=eulXW yards Long; new or la. good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    then entered, and after a fight all day solidly occupied. Twenty-four guns were taken. General Outrama then crossed the Iron Bridge, and opened fire on the flying enemy. Our loss was not known * at Bombay, but is supposed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Canton- ments as far as the Ghan Ghant near Moossabagh, and returned by the stone to the Iron Bridge. The left went emore directly to the latter. The was a good deal of irregular fighting, and the enemy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fruit in and about Plaistow and the neighbourhood of Barking Road. Latterly Else had a fruit stall on the Iron Bridge, crossing the creek, and still more lately, in consequenoe of a hail with the toll-keeper, she had one at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and MO'ULDERS; alsoe, YOUTHS, noon to the 11ile-Apply at 18, Lichileld Street. 817 I'TANTED, immediately, aeveral good HANDS, for Iron Bridge VT and Girder Work, Platers, Fitters, Itivetera, Sic.; at Joho Hf. Pcorteo' Workse, Gas Street, Blirmitngham. 814 ?T' COACH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rquired, and where lart employed, to the Con- sett Ironworks. near Gateehead. 862 1~~ANTED, immediately, soveral good HANDS, for Iron Bridge W adGrdler Work, P'latere, Pittere, Rivetere. lie.; at John Hf. Porter's Workse Gre Street., Birmingham. 814 1~ANTED, by an Subscribers-only content

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