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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boarders will meet with home comforts and care. I Prospectuses may be had on applicatiqo. Address till, July 17th, Park House, Hampton Wick, S.W. afterwards The Willow Street Academy, Oswestry. The next term will commenee on WEDNIZSDAY, July 24th. Parents Subscribers-only content

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    Universities. Boarders will meet with home comforts and care. Proapeetuses may be had on application. Address till July 17th, Park House, Hampton Wick, S.W. afterwards The Willow Street Academy, Oswestry. The'next term will commenee on WEDNESDAY, July 24th. Parents will Subscribers-only content

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    niversities. Boarders will meet vith home comforts and care. ProadectU5 may be had on application. -Address till July 17th, Park House, Hnpton Wick, S.W; alterwardg Tbe Willow Street Acaidemy, Oswestry. The next term will commenee on WEDNESDAY, July 24th. Parents Subscribers-only content

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    ddeall. Gan ei fod wedi derbyn Ilythyr oddiwrth ei wraig, yr hon a gyfarfydd- aiS pan yn aros yn Park House, Llandrindod,-cyn cychwyn i Rwsia, yr oedd yn siriol dros ben, ac- yn barod i ddangos i mi bob earedigrwydd; Subscribers-only content

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    yn swyddfa Cwmnei Haiara a (lI p ,WicN awe dros ddelignin nlynedd, yr byl a ffilll¢,ibl ]c yn Park House, Caerdydd, ar yr (,im- . Cweio 0odoo gymnydogaeth Cacr- Y fy~llin ocidl Mr. Davies, a synnudedd i Dowlais, h 11ll Subscribers-only content

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    Jones, Richards Street, Mr. Thomas Morgan, Comet Street, Mr. Joseph Richards, Richards St., Mrs. Reynolds, Arrwn Street, Ars. Beynon, Park House, a Misses Jones, Llety Street. Cafwyd parsel hefyd gan Mr. H. LI. Roberts, The Hayes, Caer- dydd. Anfonwyd cistiad Subscribers-only content

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    frawd a Q.) chwaer yn wyno'u colled, Mr. Thomas Mlorgan, D. Bryn, Mrs. Williams, Llansadwrn; dan fab, Mn.ri, It- William Morgan, Kansas, America.. Rees MAforgan. Manager, Park House, Llanelli, a merch. priod y i i Parch. J. Morgan, Brynseion, Aberdar. Subscribers-only content

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    MAae y Parch. J. Williams, landrindod, wedi yIagymeryd a gofal eglvvysi Felindre, Llyswen, a Felin-newydd, a'i gyfeiriad rhagllaw fydd Park House, Three Cocks, R.S.O. .Mae 'Cymru'r Plant" yn parhau mor ddeniad- ol ag erioed. Mae ei lenyddiaeth yn gwella, a'i Subscribers-only content

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    and the use of a tinder box his family never knew. The house he resided In was alled the Park House, situated In a lonely pjart of Tatterahall Pat In the year 1816 it was forcibly entered and plundered by Subscribers-only content

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    Streatham Lawrence, Isaac, Strestham Loaerence, James, Lambeth Laswrence, Willisam, Woodhatch, Reigate Lawson, John, Brixton Lear, James, Peckham Lee, Charles, Park House, Char- wood Lee, John, Beers farm, Herley Lee, James, Mitcham Lee, George, Worplesdon Lee, Thoma., Witley Leech, John, jan., Subscribers-only content

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    Bend street Corbet, Casltain Kynaston, King street Coster, Captain James, Bucklersbury Coton, Charles M. Sherrard street Cotton, Henry Perry, Park House, Fulham Coulthurst, Henry Utrick, Streatham, Surrey Co1lthurst, Nicholas, Streatham, Surrey Coalthurst, William Matthew, Streatham, Surrey Consins, James, Gracecharel street Subscribers-only content

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    the old house has been demolished, and a new one is being erected, their Royal Highnesses will stay at Park House, the residence of the Comptroller. The Prince and Princess of Wales are expected at Copen- bagen in November. They Subscribers-only content

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    as the old house is demolished and a new palatial residence being erected, their Royal Highnesses will stay at Park House, the residence of the Comptroller. The Prince and Princess of Wales will pay a visit to Glasgow on the Subscribers-only content

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    having been pulled down and the new hall being in course of erection, his Royal Highness will stay at Park House, the residence of General Xnollys. The new hall is progressing steadily, and the effect of its appearance will be Subscribers-only content

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    application for a less number than foi r Shares can be entertained. DI RECTORS. BANKERS. h-UBER-T RIPPON DUKE, esq., Park House, Manchester- The LONDON and WESTMINSTER BANK, Lothbury, road, Buxton London. S. HOOD LINZEE GILES. Esq., Paymaster-in-Chief, R..N., The SHEFFIELD Subscribers-only content

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    on allotment. No application for a less number than four shares can be entertained. DIRECTORS. Robert Rippon Duke, Esq., Park House, Manchester-road, Buxton. S. Hood Linzee Giles, Esq., Paymaster-in-Chief, R.N., Universities club, S.W.. NY. 3. Trehearne, Esq., C.E., 5S Great Subscribers-only content

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    have peculiar attractions. Many of the drawings are copies of those in the extensive collection of Mr Gardner, of Park House, St John's Wood, and others, that show the various unexecuted designs of Sir Christopher Wren, are from the original Subscribers-only content

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    - For Cheap Exeursione during the wceelk Lee Railway announce- merale. '214 S.UTTON COLDFIELD, FLORAL SOCIETY. r IN THE PARK HOUSE GROUNDS, SUTTON PARE (By hind permissonor of Mm,. Wigani, WEDNESDAY.-'JULY I19. an Entries close Saturday next, Rth loot. .B Subscribers-only content

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    TmuaIi'sis~ o from S eel i k. Admission, 6d. T38 S.UTTON COL~~DPIRLD FLOALSOCIETY. 0 FOURTH ANNUAL SHOW, IN TilE PARK HOUSE (fllOUNDS, SUTTON PABRK A (By kind permiission of Mrs.Wigon), ,A WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. Entries close Saturday next, Btb Inst. Subscribers-only content

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    In connection willsle 'TERYLHORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OV ENGLAND. AND THE NATIONAL R OSL SOCIETY.4 GREAT SUMMER SHOW 01 IN THE PARK HOUSE GROGUNDS, SUTTON PARK, WTEDNFESDA Y NlEXT. Jl, l' 19..- Grounds Open atI2l.31 melc 2.id.l. o d 992 .1 t. Subscribers-only content

 

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