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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of mechanical appliances, have been incalculabl e. The tumulus of Gavr' Inuis, on an island of the Miorbihan (the Little Sea) is hardly less interesting giving some idea, as it does, of the rudimentary arts of decoration in those early Subscribers-only content

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    into line in order ta pa-s through the canal connecting the Gulf of Taranto vith the Mare Piccolo, or Little Sea' which, protected by two small islands, constitutes the natural harbour of Taranto. The banks of the | canal vlere Subscribers-only content

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    -,I SPORTIN44 NEWS. LOINDON TUR? MAREU Business proved fairly brisk on flhe 12sa~aewi'ch and Can~cnlridqeshire Stakes in towrn 7eaterday, walh Zagiga and Berrill closing etual fa~vourites at 6 to I for the for- mer event, while Jolly Tar was Subscribers-only content

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    of the Tottenham-court. road, and close to a pond called the " Little Sea," a piece of ground known as the Crab and Walnut-tree Field. It waa on this site that the enthusiastic White- field built his " tabernacle," having Subscribers-only content

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    in the occupation of Mr. Bentley, snd containing 2r. 32p. or thereabouts. Lot S- AU that FIELD, called " Little Sea Ditch," situate at Rowton, near Chester, also in the occupation of Mr. Bentley, and containing 2a. 3r. 30p. or Subscribers-only content

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