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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and other text figures

    The Builder , i. 158; the engraver put the date MCMLXIII on the building instead of MCMXLIII 275 25 The Arms of the Borough of Colchester 277 26 Plan of the Union Workhouse, 1876. From Ordnance Survey 1/500 map (

    List of illustrations, maps, plans and figures

    " 544 The second common seal of the city. From the engraving in Francis Drake 's Eboracum page 545 The Arms of the City of York . From a drawing by K. J. Allison " 546 LIST OF MAPS AND

    St. Edmund Hall ST. EDMUND HALL

    On the family of de Bermingham at this period, see also the article by S. C. Kaines Smith, ' The Arms of Birmingham ', Trans. Worcs. Archaeol. Soc . ( 1935 ), pp. 61-71. An Oxford Hall , pp. 60-4;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. I 'TO-MORROW, MONDAY, JAN. 14, MACBETH. Mac- betb, Mr. oeaon. Macduff, Mr. Cooper. Lady Macbeth, Miss Edmis- ton. With THE REVIEW, or the Wags of Windsor. Caleb Quot'era, Isfr. Harley. Loony Mactwolter, Mr. Fitzwsilliam. On TUESDAY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. TOMORROW, MONDAY, JAN. 21, the Tragedy ofKING LEAR. With GIOVANNI IN LONDON. On TUESDAY, (5th time) The PIRATE. OE WEDNESDAY, (6th time) The PIRATE. On THURSDAY, The Tragedy of VENICE PRESERVED. On FRIDAY, (7th time) The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1843. HOUSE OF COMMONS LAST NIGHT. The Arms Bill gave rise to another desultory but animated discussion. Early in the evening Lord Pal merston spoke, and with his usual energy and effect reviewed the general grievances of Ireland. To state Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I- ~POSTSCRIPT. l LONDON, Saturday Mgorncing, July 15, 1843. PARLIAMENT LAST NIGHT. HousE or LoRDS,_A long debate took place on a motion by the Marqais of Clauricarde, who brought under consideration the subject of the dismissal of the Irish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so much amiss in the country, and never so little at- tempted in the way of remedy or corrective. The Arms Bill is the great work of the session. It is all that the Legislature can offer Ireland for her Subscribers-only content


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