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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *ales bp auctfon. FREEHOLD LAND and FARlT HOUSE at IDLE. 1BY Messrs. HIARD IVIKS and BEST. at the New Inn, in Idle, fin tho n=inyof York, ton llonday, ito Fi/ID dav of SePtembter, 1861, at Hall1 -Ma clook in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2ad, John Tler, DownpiatrickO. O-- G- raniom (o~indow-growl}Lt1t, Jrlio TEod l. Two. Calce,laria-lstt, B. WVitesi~l; 2nd, D. P. Shil'ing. Two Pots Ximnlna-ist, 1D. P. Skilling. Two Verbonas, in pots-lst, B. Whltasidje; 2nd, D. P. CaTrrGn9' CLAS9S. One Fechsis-let, Anthony Cr-ighton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Two Fuclhsias, diSmimllar-lst, James Atkinson; 2nd, William Johnk Knox. One Japan Luy-lst, D. Carlisle and 'W. J. Taylor, equal. Two Pots Mignionette-lat, James Atkison; 2nd, VW. J. Taylor. , Six Exotic Ferns, dissimilar-let, James* Atkinson; 2nd. WT. D. Pounden. Eight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Pooer, D.D. one Liliunm Auratuni-J. AIl'Vane, Newiosaardo. B ix of Plants, suiled for Window Deco. atiso-D. Duncan, Newltownards, Two Pots Mignonette-W. J. Gibson. IstaSERYrMETS CeA's. Group of Plants-1, Hugh Dickson, Belmont; 2, A. Dickson and Sons, Newtownares. Four Stove Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Henry. Pot Lily-1, Dr. Henry; 2, John Stevensc"a 13 Two Petttias-i, Dr. Henry; 2, Joln Steven- B SOn. Two Pots Mignonefte-i, John Stevenson; 2, L D)r. Hen~ry. Two Crysanthemunrs-I, Dr. Henry; 2, A. 'Si Iriner. Four CanTas-i, John Stevenson; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    there are Two Bottles of Beer on board if they do more than Forty Chaldrons of Coals, that is Two Pots for each Man; then when they come ashore they must have a Pot of Beer; and when they settle

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