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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scarcely one in which his human figures are not personally defective, all admirably aiding the delineation of character- The Old Woman with one eye, about to be married, in the Rake's Progress-the Paralytic Idiot brought to make his oath in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crit-Mn aDs arif itre, 'and Cipter Co{Yew aitar-es, Lbnsltnn a ala) at thea Angrel, -TsanJ>isho- Piaiop, Iineivir Padrant. NSkhaa3;. Old Woman, Can- tarFtat-ry a Sl-isais., Ltgrjardtf; Ceacurht, Durharm , andi a P&ie prvaseartefT Mrs. Jyaitna Souathicati, where adi the eatrciss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rupert's Standard, and 136, Sir Tr eesan, AB. COoPER; 1 5, Woman and Child, and 205, Head of an Old Woman, by J. GRAHMNI ; 246, Sason and Gregory, Abram and Balthasar, H. P. BatoGs; 274, Infanrtine Sports, Mrs. CARtFU'5TER: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. BRITISH INSTITUTION GALLERY. Adam and Ee entertaining the Angel Raplael, J Nl sTrs.-They first look at this picture gives the impression of strongly chequered colours, light, and shade, like the sudden approach to a bed of varie- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bV-ENT-GARDE N.-Tp-norrow Der Freic , or, the Blak U 1utcrsmafl of Bohemia. And Mrlen ania Poor iotbin.-Tuesaay, Der F ;t,,6 And Charles the Second.-Wedndsday,-Der Freitchstz. sAd Too for Diner-. MAtR KET.-T0-m ~orrow, The Hypocrite. And Sweethearts L5 Wlnd0iveaTfeeday, The Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    London debates, 1786

    Free Debate, Mitre Tavern 'Is more happiness to be expected from the marriage of a Young Man with an Old Woman, or from that of a Young Woman with an Old Man? Many Gentlemen of distinguish ed abilities declining speaking,

    London debates, 1788

    Post 1315 . February 19, 1788 Original London Society, Capel Court 'Which stands the better chance for Happiness, an Old Woman who marries a young Husband, or an old Man who marries a young Wife?' Determined that old Man married

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Lady Albion's dilemma., 1886

    FATHER PACIFICUS, Junr., Author of " The Old Woman -who lived in a Shoe, " & -• < ., diry. DUBLIN : HODGES, FIGGIS, AND CO ., GRAFTON STREET . LONDON : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL , AND CO . 1886 . Subscribers-only content

    Lady Albion's dilemma., 1886

    FATHER PACIFICUS, Junr., Author of " The Old Woman who lived in a Shoe, " & c. & •(. SECOND EDITION. DUBLIN : HODGES, FIGGIS, AND CO ., GRAFTON STREET . LONDON : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL , AND CO . 1886 Subscribers-only content

    Irelan d. No. 8 Part 1: Liberal ministers on home rule - Part 2: Liberal ministerial promises., 1886

    ' , ' Supreme Authority of Parliament ' , ' Not a Shadow of Evidence ' , ' An Old Woman ' s Apprehension ' , ' Comfort and Satisfaction ' , ' Doctrine of Public Plunder ' , ' Subscribers-only content

    Lady Albion's dilemma., 1886

    FATHER PACIFICUS, Junr., Author of " The Old Woman -who lived in a Shoe, " & -• < ., diry. DUBLIN : HODGES, FIGGIS, AND CO ., GRAFTON STREET . LONDON : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL , AND CO . 1886 . Subscribers-only content

    Lady Albion's dilemma., 1886

    FATHER PACIFICUS, Junr., Author of " The Old Woman who lived in a Shoe, " & c. & •(. SECOND EDITION. DUBLIN : HODGES, FIGGIS, AND CO ., GRAFTON STREET . LONDON : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL , AND CO . 1886 Subscribers-only content

 

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