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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pearsoa, Temple. T. T. and D. Scott, Carthorpe, Yorkshire, grocer, Feb. 1S, March 1, 28, at 'eleven, at the Oak Tree, Leeming-lana Attorney, llr. Rigg, Northallerton. Win. Row, St. Peter's Quay, Northumberland, ship-huilder, Feb. 27, March Cy, 26, at eleven, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Modern Dramatist. 7 Scottish Ballad. 8. The Adventures of a Day. 9. The Bill and the Lords. io The Oak Tree. 11. Letters from Ireland by a " Little" Cantab. i2. Notre Damc de Paris, by Victor Hugo. I.. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Bell, 389. Deir Frey- schutz; The Bottle imp, 404. The Father's. Crime, 437. The Covenanters, 517.'; The Old Oak Tree, 549. No Plot without Danger; The Sclioolmaster at Home, 580. The Dice of Death, 596. Mr Peake's benefit, 773. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before us. It contains two prose stores-" A Country Vicarage" and "XLove and Duty"-with a tale " of an Oak Tree" written in elegant and passionate verses. The " Country Vicarage" is the best of the stories. The subject of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a stanch old heart has he. How closely he twineth, how tight he clings, To his friend the huge Oak Tree! And shlly he traileth along the ground, And his leaves he gently waves. As lejoyously hugs and crawleth round Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The British League., 1847

    11 11 1 r feEE i=,n ?-0 tr- 0-\-\ h f- ^rZil -^1 0- =j: green, where the old Oak Tree Of mos - sy dells Is the mo-narch ii :F-F- :p=j: zpzzi: I 1 -1- b¥- mm^^imm?^ m rpzzpr Subscribers-only content

    The British League., 1847

    THE OLD OAK TREE . 65 Ji ^zz-fez^zzt^- zz^zz±zz^z=|: V- al-=T- g= & =* -O -=1- 1" j^j^ihfe^l: In forests green, v\ here the old Oak Tree Of mossy dells is the monarch free ; By the bloomy heath, and Subscribers-only content

    An address of the tanners of the United Kingdom, 1820

    reflection. > The objects I have in view are manifold, viz. the protection of the Oak Tree for the support of o«r National Defence; the prevention of the " Dry Rot" by suffering the Timber to reach maturity, before it Subscribers-only content

    An address of the tanners of the United Kingdom, 1820

    of l-\ to 4-|; it is entirely free from any deleterious quality; and made wholly and solely from the Oak Tree , although not from the Bark; it has been tried by Tanners of high Eminence and Reputation, namely, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    An address of the tanners of the United Kingdom, 1820

    superiority in wealth and consequence above every other Country. ^ > '"•'•'{' On the first of these considerations, the Oak Tree must be protected; as experience has taught us, that our Navy cannot be kept up, without a constant supply Subscribers-only content

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