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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. J. Ruffy, sen., many year" editor a pietor of te Farmers'a o forhsal, London. On 1a5th It., at Old Land, pariah of Anwoth, aged 97, JamesC b alise Milcoy. he spent the early hi. a life as a seaman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are the Friends of my Youth?" Mr J. R. Thomas contributes to the September number a Ballad, "The Dear Old Land I'm Leaving," which is not by any means equal to his "Serenade." Of the dance music contained in these Subscribers-only content

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    285.) Bentley. tGrant, Sir Alexander.-' Xenophon.' (Post 8vo, pp. 180.) Blackwood. *Hamley, W. G.-' A New Sea and an Old Land; being Papers Suggp-ested by a Visit to Egypt at the End of 1869.' (8vo, pp. viii, 318.) 'Black- wood. Subscribers-only content

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    one that no mechanician will think of doiDg without. EGYPT AND THE SUEZ CANAL. A New Sea and an Old Land. By W. G. Hanrley, Colonl in the Corps of Royal Engineers. Blackwood. The papers, originally published in IBlackwood, which Subscribers-only content

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    E. D., Colonisation of America - New Groves Ncv nan, J. H., Essays - New Testament Sea and an Old Land - - - Next Generation, The - - - - Nile Voyage, A Noel, F., Murder by Brigands Nomads Subscribers-only content

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    the" Coins of Venice," is "Ancient Troy "-the fourth part of an article by Dr. e Karl Blind-" The Old Land Rights of Municipal Cor- rs porations," a continuation of the article by Mr. Gomme; ln and a learned article Subscribers-only content

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    in the woods wvhen the spring-time camo, listening to the singing of the birds, and naming them after the Old Land hongsters." The figures are stiff, and, worse than that, they are mere studio figures, who seem out of place Subscribers-only content

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    - American Telegraph, Ifudsones Bay, 154 Lismited, 12*, P ' Lnsion General Omnibu Co., flerlin Warworlrlc ~i,} 1 oek, Old Land and Cit Of simed, i j 14 ra t~ona National count Company, (ireit Ynde andMob~iacof tLm 12 ad Englana Subscribers-only content

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    and formerly carryi on businesst uelbouss Lane, Birmingham, as lOYlw ann Co., Ciaud Buid glass Ilss GA Wealp Stfioreet, Old Land, l Common, Gloucester, fomierlercolliery manager, now boat manufacturer, at North Street, OldLandell Cromon aoresaidand ltobetGeo1Y GAN', the oEr MO3B, Subscribers-only content

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    Your Cottages near the hhanslon House. ct The whole Property is Copyhold, held of the Manors of Healaugh I Old Land and Nes Land, acid subject to a 'dnable Rent of fo. Ed. or to thereabouts. Lii Further Particularo may Subscribers-only content

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    TY, situate in and near Ii ichniond Rio-resaid, bar It: and, at Feetham, ill tile AI anor of Ilealaugh Old Land, in gill, Swa edale, which will be offered in the following or such other sent ti, lots as Sball Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of I Crakepoz, or tCnckpot, being the north-west dlii- I sou -of that wapentake), Premiogton, dielaugh New Land, Heleagh Old Land, and Ma- ker. These four are in the wapantake of Gilli~g West. The parish is also divided into four Subscribers-only content

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    Pan and PYreninees, Raymocnd's Mines of the ReckyV Mouo-- talus, Herbert Barry's Russia, in 1870, Stanley's New Seai and Old Land, Elliott's Mysore, G uinuard's Patagoni sues, Mrs. Harvey's Turkish Haremrs, Macleod's Peeps at Far East, Hiiyshie's Red River Exploration, Subscribers-only content

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    LEAP), OIiICJO TIX, ONA Nit WRO UGHT.12t0N TUlE AfEl' At~ir nF.-sritiOT'v, ot~itatItAXIca L~:: 'Tce higlic'.t cash1 loice g)10)1 for Old Land. or,!!-j. 1; tor 11ew. 11Ill6 iticc JIOISl'f`S. (i':P..t, 7ttloty Ik .M ridrcic or ffr4)c2powatr, far WYarcliowse;.. 1IicO 1112'I lilatO Subscribers-only content

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    Syneue; '' Cuar-tis's at '' Nile .Notes :"Edemi's "Nile without a Dragomnan ;" Hamnfley's " New Sea, end enr Old Land ; " Hopley's um w "Under Egyptian Palmrs;"1 De Leon's `"Rhedive's ma; ad, Egypt; " Lutt's ''Nights'in the Hrarus; Subscribers-only content

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    Io. L~;x{ d -I- ' n{. NEW BOOIJ91 A,. AN)NEW EDITIONS. Eer.thThe 14et issue of thcemzp .ber"o POE WREcs OF-1 MIT IS". avolurie of "1Snr~XMrT Mi~o" 02 f ),with an r lntodiieuu`~ by ci1 Lineal Myers . Ta subjects Subscribers-only content

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    frcsg- merit of pottery, whisth, en. examination, proved to he B Roman. These cinders bad been duz up on Old Land ft Form, in his own parish of Marestield, and close to P Bu-ted. He at ocues visited the spot, Subscribers-only content

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    population, 12,825; one representative. Barrow- ford: The townships of Foulridge, Barrowford Booth, Roughlee Booth, Bartleyewith-Wheatley Booth, Wheatley Carr Booth, Old Land. Booth, Goldahaw Booth, Reedley Besllows, Filly Close and New Laund Booth. Heyhouses, lighai-with-West Close Booth, Ighitenhill Park, Simon- stone, Subscribers-only content

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    " Tommy Atkins " in his best form, suppiementing these, in response to encores, with "Father O'Flynn" and "Dear Old Land." Prof. Ducarel's efforts greatly amused the audience, and Mr. G. W. Nicholson, who had a hearty reception, sang eight Subscribers-only content

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    re- presentatives of Irish Orangeism, has been felt as an honour done by Canada to every Orangeman in the Old Land, at home. God prosper our Canadian brethren, the bulwarks of Britain's power in Ca- nada's proud Dominion! "On the Subscribers-only content

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