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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t JACEDI PILOT CLOTH, o lBs.; Eto, rhai Brethyn dtu a a Iliwian, o las. TOP. COATS. o Bilot, Witney, Beaver, neu Waterproof Twieeds. I a. E. ROBERTS, Victoria House. i TROWSUSAU BRETHYN ag WOLLEN CORD. EMo, 2 GWASGODAtJ, o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House. y JACEDI PILOT CLOTH, o 11s.; Eto, rhai Brethyn du a lliwiau, o 15s. TOP COATS o Bilot, Witney, Beaver, nen o Waterproof Tweeds. . t J. E. ROBERTS, Victoria House. a TROWSUSAU BRETHYN ag WOLLEN CORD. Eto, ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Victoria House.. JACEDI PILOT CLOTH, o tis.; Eto, rhai Brethyn du a Diwiau, o ios. TOP COATS o Bilot, Witney, Beaver, neu e Waterproof Tweeds. J E. ROBERTS, Victoria House. TROWSUSAU BRETHYN ag WOLLEN CORD. Eto, GWASGODAU, o 4s. 6ec. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House. JACEDI PILOT CLOTH, o lis.; Ets, rhai E rethyn du a lliwiau, o l5s. TOP COATS o Bilot, Witney, Beaver, neu Waterproof Tweeds. J. E. ROBERTS, Victoria House. TROWSUSAU BRETHYN ag WOLLEN CORD. Eto, GWASGODAU, o 4s. 6c. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Victoria House. JACEDI PILOT CLOTH, o lis.; Eto, rhai Brethyn du a iliwiau, o 15s. TOP COATS o Bilot, Witney, Beaver, neu Waterproof Tweeds. i. E. ROBERTS, Victoria House. TROWSUSAU BRETHYN ag WOLLEN COED. Eto, GWASGODAU, o 4s. ac. J. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Short Observations on the Bill at present depending in Favour of the Sugar-Islanders, 11 June 1732

    things it can be poffible that A^r/Zz ^wrzzrd by this, or any other Expedient wliatcver, can mend the Circumftanccs or add to the Profit of Pcrfons intitlcd to fo Immcnle a Capital. Dutys may be laid upon AW/? vtfz»<?wtf, Subscribers-only content

    The Case of the British Northern Colonies. , 11 June 1731

    J3rz'Z//2? Settle- merits on the Continent, and their Exportations are Fifh, Train Oil, Whale Fins, Mails, Pitch, Tar and Turpentine, Beaver and all Kinds of Peltry, Lumber, Horfes and Provifions. r. The Produce of Caro/z'zz^ is Rice, Peltry, Pitch, Tar, Subscribers-only content

    The Case of the British Northern Colonies. , 11 June 1731

    the many Nations of //;rf/«;;j who lie behind them, who take that, together with our Woollen Manufactures, in exchange for Beaver Skins, Furs, and all that Peltry which is abfolutely neceifary to the Manufacture of Hats in GVftz? Sj7ta/zz. And Subscribers-only content

    The Hatmakers Case., 11 June 1731

    of the faid Plantations having Beaver cheaper than in Gratf- JBn'taz/z, not being chargeable with Cuftom, Freight, or Hazard of the Seas, hath in- duced them to fet up the Manufacture of making of Beaver Hats, and to neglect the Subscribers-only content

    The Case of the British Northern Colonies., 11 June 1731

    themfelves. They fupply (Tmtf -Bn'taw with large Quantities of Naval Stores, fuch as Mafts, Tar, Pitch, Turpentine, befides Tobacco, Rice, Beaver, and all Kinds of Peltry, Train-Oil, Whale Fins, and various other Com- modifies. They take in Exchange a much Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VAN HOMRIGH, Peter (1768-1831), of Listoke, co. Louth

    the Irish Parliament for Londonderry, 1692-3, 1695-9, whose name was taken by his eldest brother.[footnote] It was either Bartholomew or Beaver Van Homrigh, another older brother and attorney, who in 1797 acquired a highly favourable lease on "ground at Legavoran'

    ANDREW, James (d.1434), of Ipswich; Sproughton and Baylham, Suff.

    Sir Robert Hemenale and Robert Ashfield, on a lease which he shared with John Beaver from July 1404. It is, however, doubtful whether he and Beaver ever derived much benefit from their acquisition, for many claims to the properties concerned

 

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