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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 508, June-July 1645, 01 July 1645-31 July 1645

    delivered in the niralty touching the legality of the seizure and retention as prize of the ship called the "Looking Glass," by the ship "Reformation," belonging to Captain Richard Ingle. These proceedings are chiefly confined to the months of June Subscribers-only content

    Index Of Subjects, L, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    Logwood Duty . See Customs duties, on logwood. London Distillery . See Excise London Distillery or Distillers Branch of. Looking Glass . See Glass and Glasses. Lord Chamberlain . See Royal Household. Lord Chancellor of Ireland . See Index of

    Charles I - volume 184, February 1-14, 1631, 01 February 1631-14 February 1631

    passage of calmed ships upon the sea, to be called the Wind's Mate. 2. The Fish Call, or a Looking Glass for fishes, for fishermen to call fishes to their nets. 3. A Water Bow for preservation of houses and Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 October 1644-31 July 1645

    Chancellor of, see Duck, Dr. Londonderry Mayor of provisions for Long , Lieut.-Col. Mr. Robert, Surveyor-General to the Queen "Looking Glass," the ship, proceedings in the High Court of Admiralty touching the seizure of Looten , Charles Lord Chamberlain of Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1667-31 December 1668

    314, 564. -, Robert, 377. -, Sir Robert, Auditor of the Receipt, passim Cornwall, tin, 346; payments to, 628. Looking Glass , 171. Loranz , Savitt, Monsieur, 524. Lord Almoner , 248; see London, Bishop of, 375, 385. - Chancellor,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i derfynaul'n gjvlad s fach ni. Cyfeiriodd ye y fan hon at y lies oedd wedi deiliaw trwy "Welsh Looking Glass" Mr. Thomas s Jones, a chofiantau rhailr' nsylfaenwyr, yegrifenwyd gan Mr. John Owen, a Mr. Morgan, Syston. Hefyd gwaith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lately turning over the pages of the Monthly Review for 1794, 1 chopped upon a strange tract, intituled ".A Looking Glass for E Bight IoQl Nouldicaute' QU which! thoufib CoUsisU114 of only abor ISO pages, the Reviewer had bestowed 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the following articles, siz.: 1-ast, Hair, Clothes, Tooth, Neil Comb, and Shaving Brushes; Dressing eand Small Tooth Combs; Looking Glass; Bottles, &rc. for Tooth Powder. Bear's Grease, Oils, La- veisder Water, Lip Salve, washing and Shaving Soap, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and upwards to S51L Gentlemen's ditto, ditto, upwards to 501. They are of the most complete description, fitted with Looking Glass, Jewel Drawers, and all other necessary articles, as particularized atfoot. -Besides or ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~.i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and upwards to 251. Gentlemen's ditto, ditto, upwards to 501. They are of the most complete description, fitted with Looking Glass, Jewel Drawers, and all other necessary articles, as particularized at foot. Besides being considerably cheaper than at any other Subscribers-only content

 

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