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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DAViES, D A 'It UB 8'fl TONIC ANTIBILIOUS PILLS AT DDIFPY0 TREULIAD. Davies's Pills at Ddlflyg Treulld. Llvi3s's Pills at Beer yn y Cein. 4lvfcs's Pills at Giuriad y (llon. vies's Pills at y Plies a'r Grael. Davies's Pills at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ttking lic Iseussihn of titeir situation, wax called otl to ive u. part of their profits, under the title of Beer Moley; a'id i y one bad the temerity to refuse his contribution, le was htacr! hooted out of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would give the poor the advantage of having their beer at a more moderate rate, proved by expe- rience to be better fou nded than. the others. 'T'he price of beer certainly fell for a short time after the repeal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ttyc mi - artiCles of coisumptidfl, amount to) t1se followin t pRODUC of the. EXCIS1 Per Anrniur.A - pUTILS on Beer, flops, Ate aud s' 7 49 : fleer LiceneCs, and FMa t, . f 3 Ir Ca~lOX~rW+loiisie ar1 7lis;uic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anld an expyess was sent oh. at seven o'clock to the Noble Martlyis in town. Thetrsdayweek, w1hilst tile tlarmers of Beer Ferris were comme- anorating the return of Sir iU. M. Lopez. by bonfi rea, &c. on WVhit Rock, opposite Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Aller

    the village to the Cross Tree . Thence as Beer Road it turns northeast through the former North field towards Beer . Finally it bears west from Beer Cross beside Beer Wall , leaving the parish for Othery . This

    House of Cistercian nuns The abbey of Tarrant Kaines

    by his father, and at the instance of his wife, Eleanor of Castille, restored to the nuns the wood of Beer which John de Bohun had formerly bestowed on them without licence of the king, with the result that it

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    in the 1860s , two cider houses in 1861 of which one survived as a beer and cider house until 1889 or later, and a beer house else where between 1897 and 1914 . 7 A duck decoy was dug


    c . 1280 along the north bank of the Parrett to protect Southlake moor. 20 Beer wall, built across the moor between Othery and Beer in Aller in the 13th century, 21 diverted the river Cary west into the stream

    Stogursey Stogursey Parish 1841 Stogursey Borough 1795

    of Wick park. In 1824 a ship canal was proposed, and a route surveyed by Thomas Telford linking Stolford with Beer ( Devon ). 50 A rail link between Stolford and Bridgwater was suggested in 1845 . 51 In 1888

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    A Beer comté du Devonshire; L'Eau Forte en 1880, 1878

    A Beer comté du Devonshire; L'Eau Forte en 1880 Plate 4: view of coastline and sea from shore, boats and materials in foreground; from a volume of four years of 'L'Eau-Forte'. 1878Etching


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