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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No Pear Trees are now to be seen in the City; but in 1722 there weire many bearing both flowers and fruit in the confined alleys about Barbican, Bishopsgate, Aldersgate street, &c. There are now two pear trees against the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A- A FI L WANCE of 13 per fGERS b S,. ANCFl G~C',;j iftjry, for 100?.y in 1001. ia d~e oth at A Ec uR R sely a i ce py a cld n of n o i ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 ares wre planted with Hoe - and 34 are Orchards planted with choice a Cherry' Plum, Apple, an Pear Trees. Mr. Thomes Moseley isthe tenat, at the annual rent of £219., tenant paying the tithe. TheBlacksmith's Shop, House, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cannon Street, without reserve, TO-MORROW (Thursday), the 25th Octobar-a quantity of DWARF and STANDA.RD APPLE TREES, Dwarf end Standard Pear Trees. Standard Plumb3 and Cherries, Portugal and other Laurels, Evergreets, Privets, Carrants, Coogeherries, Flowering Currants, Junipers, Lilacs, Dwart REses, Cedars, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waedacimefetr-. of Livery Street, iee tleis tOwii 45deeply lamn,,ee,del One the I14th iznst.. at Shirley. aged 71 yrese, Mrs. Asia RoEn. (see tbs lisle leist,, in his 6511i,seer. .5r. Joesie isesruT, of the Pear Trees FRnw Grist Barr; deeply rerersrlr. Subscribers-only content

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