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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5, Milnd r~es Northl1i-hsterni A, ned South-Biasterni Deterrt I) rise trcv1 oftI also took lilacs in Highiland, Shropshrire Uioien, North Isle btaitordshiire, and Taff'4 ut- Louw Iii several House Railway I rerereriee arid Debenture Lern Stocks thsere was air inprpovemerst Subscribers-only content

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    the landing places, I can itic only speak of that on this side of the Atlantic. Between Ia the North Isle of Arran and the Galway coast there is na- " foul ground." The rocks, judging from those onl the Subscribers-only content

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    population of the North Lie and compare it with that of the Maori population. The total population of the North Isle is about 74,000 Europeans ; say one-fourth are males capable of carry- tog arms, this makes our fighting numbers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    city of Bristol) Worcester Rants Ynrk Hereford North and South Wales Hertford And in the several Hunts Counties iv North Isle of Man Britain Isle of Wight As also Bread to the Kent (including Til- Household Troops in bury Fort Subscribers-only content

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    Bristol,) Worcester, Hants, York, Hereford, North and South Hertford, Wales, Hunts, And in the several XT *&■* Counties in North Isle of Wight. Britain. Kent, (inclining Til- As also Bread to tlie bury Fort, in the Household Troop* County of Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A short account of Haslingden Parish Church, 1878

    1760 Paid to John Tattersall for propmg the North Isle 0 2 0 N B Chailes Gregory said yt. Musbury people had given him something towards the repairs of the North Isle (The Chui oh had become very dilapidated 1761-2 Subscribers-only content

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