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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    father and his only child to explain their views and positions: " Papa, are we going to stay in New Boston for ever ? " asked Miss RIavenel. My dear, I am afraid we shall both have to die some Subscribers-only content

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    (or Arley Mineo). A~ OUtrrTutt..-Tbu Collieries now in active operation are-The NIT PeraiPits, Queen Pits, Legh Pits Wood Pits, New Boston Pits, the Old Boston Pits, E~dge Green Pits, Bryn Pitte, Parr Pits, and Gel- borne Pire, which are working Subscribers-only content

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    in a winner by a yard. The largest locomotive ever made in New England has just been finished in New Boston. It weighs thirty tons, has ten wheels, and is expected to draw a thousand tons of coal on tho Subscribers-only content

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    cost of not more than 500 dollars." Mr. Foreman is a practical printer, and at present a citizen of New Boston, Illinois. !FAILUnsos.-Froin Liverpool the failure of Messrs. l Campbell, Arnott, aeod Co., a respectable firm in the South American Subscribers-only content

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    Elizabeth, second daughter of of. W ko 1 aye, formerly etuff tresa.setter, Leede and Bradford, no Manchester Printt Worko, New Boston, Amelica. gAre. KAYE.-May 2Srd, aged 12, Ann Elizabeth, dauighter of Mr. Wa. lsLnplighter, Leeds. eO MNNZINB,-May 22nd, at Hastings, Subscribers-only content

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