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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by MrALPKtED BLNF'ON,2 Gt.Marlborough etreet, Regent etreet.. r PE GREATEST NTOVELTY of the ISSASON.-The CASPIATO, or Folding Bonnet, a New Invention, for wheth 3. and E. SMITHI lare Hier Majesty's Roy al ILtte as Pa tent, comines .coneeniene ih el Subscribers-only content

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    from the Author, 27 BGoer street, b'srtmasl square. HIIE GREATEST NOVELTY of the ShASN.-The CASPIATO, or Folding Bonnet, a New Invention, foe whish P. and E. SMITHt hove Her Maljesty's Rtoyal Letter-s Pateist, eoasuises cotteenienee with eleg-auco. lt is pocked Subscribers-only content

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    F. Del. Blyths, IS Groshooss stroot. Loondso. rnHE GREATEST NOVELTY of the T SEASON.-The CASPIATO, or Folding Bonnet, a New Invention, for which J. ased 1E. SMiTIfI have her itoIesty's Royal Letters Patent, combines convenience soith elegance. ft is pacled Subscribers-only content

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    REGENT STREET, opoosite Beak strert, Lendonr. I -flE GREATEST NOVELTY of the E SEASON-The CASPIATO, or Folding Ronnet, a New Invention, for whieh J. and E. SMITHis have Her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, Combines convenience with eleganice It is packed Subscribers-only content

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    each bottle. Price s. (Id. oer bottle. '1 HE ,GREA'TEST NOVELTY of the 1HSEASON.-The CASPIATO, or Foldiug Bonnet, a New Invention, for which J. and E. SMIiTH have Her Mlajesty's Royal Letters Patent, combines convenience sitie elegance. It is packed Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ruardean

    near Moorwood 38 and apparently took its name from a coal mine known in the later 17th century as New Invention . 39 In the south several ancient routes lead into the Forest. One, running south-west from Ruardean village to

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