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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O. .,1l . l7 J*OSE.Csttage, Bard Street SWareh1i1: eight rooms; large gar. iJ _ en. Rent l20.-Apply, . Boston, Old Wharf. . ALTISEY t0Slgh Str~eet).--Fcuaroored Eonse an Shop, suit.ble Hil * Ao oanio rratltiouet, lient modernte.-Keys 3.-cl1 HMALL Heath (best Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    month after the sentence, f ae Watsonr's oase came nmidr the notice of Mr. S.c n- iEdmonlds, of the Old Wharf, nnd of 58, Navigation Street, o cd who, though quite unacquainted with the prisoner, became intetested in his ease Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d bgas and water laid on. Four soinutes from atation. May be enerr ecfitsone. Nearly painted.-Apply, W. P, Beale, Old Wharf, Birming- i !O ham.c4534 arZ CIOMPFORTABILE four-roomred Houses, 0harles Road, Coventry 1 RO~,JIoadi(near Small Heath Parn). 4s. 6d. week.-Apply, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gardens, - lea gee ansi vnater lidoci. Four minutes freonmtatlon. Mayb'e eoteredi~ at once. Newly painted.-Auply, W. J.. Baical, Old Wharf, Birining- S beasso c4534 if'OMFORTrABlLE four-roomed Houses, Charles Road. Coventry C~ Roard (near Small Heath Park), 4s. 6d, wceer.-Alsply, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (subaeot to the ruiles, regvlations, and tenure of the Canal of Company), of tho Office and Length on the Old Wharf, Birmmigham. the Th is one of tha best and moost geanuin COal Trades in the toaa'n, '6ld and the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, October 1684, 01 October 1684-31 October 1684

    in the Poultry, Mistress Hardcastle, living lately in Moorfields, Mistress Burt, living in Crutched Friars, Mistress Juxon, living at Old Wharf, Mistress Gillgour, living about the Old Exchange or Cheapside, Mistress Carmichael, living in Dowgate, Mr. Nicholson, living near Leadenhall, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    question as to the bringing of Scots fugitives before orders to be issued to Juxon , Mistress, living at Old Wharf, London, warrant for apprehension of K K ., Sir R., articles of agreement between Disney, Royley and (concerning recovery Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Fishes and fishing, 1800

    Bock Beet California Bank Pond Mouth Two Point Class 2nd- thorn from house Ditto ditto for ther return with¬ Old Wharf Juno Fish to house. Class 2nd is the out taking any¬ Rise the Hill Prawns and month of Juno. Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    two descriptions. 157. Degraves, C. and J., Hobart Town . Hops of 1880 (a bale). 158. Dossetor, W. J., Old Wharf . Wheat and Flour. 160. Downie & Co., New Norfolk . Hops of 1880 (a bale). 101. Fletcher, Melmoth, Subscribers-only content

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