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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ether growths ot euperior, oualitV A 3th 51ndrl Th'io beck teas of tiesoeOason nel3' he hsul ait thec oranfaren Tea 'I'areLhouae, 71, Ilisl Street. Alro exc aelln Blackler ixed Tea, at 28. ad lbi. ; Zebqo ditto, 8s.....Mdreshndr'an ice.' ~~~~~~~~~~~~Big Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they couhdl lot lecous- mnLed tbat any action be taken in the Islftt0e. It was then docsded to promolo Sulenrintendents Blackler, Shep- pard iaed l'tiloox, to the rank and pay of tirst-clis super- motenieunts: PoliceSergeamlt Sandy, to tile raliik of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIO]NS 'VACANT (corki) rE.(unr)Wanted: must be ouick and correct-Apply, C ith ref rence, to Mana~ger. Aston Grounds Company(Limited), uinghoei _______ __ _____ -_______ 1021 _ Ljtlf (General) Wanted, to keep books and noake enquiries.- C lietieen i1 and 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Douglas. The. Archdeacon of Bath. To- Eight Rev. the Bishop of George T. B Iildulph, Eig. G iildtord. IRev. Cranon Blackler. MA. 1Rev. Chnares M Harvey, M A. Rev. R. Milburn Blaiston, M. a, The Archdeacon of L iandaff. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    part of the decorations f have been done by Messrs. Norton and Co. The marbles were supplied and fitted by Blackler, of Torquay; the tiles by Mlinton, Hollins, and Co.. Stoke-on-Trent; the I stained glass by Winfields; the oak floors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pasmore Edwin Stephen, University College; Relichardt Ernest Noel, St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Second Division-Bannister Marmaduke, Owens College and Manchester Royal Infirmary; Blackler Henry John, Goy'e Hospital; Bryett Lewis Thomas Fraser, King's College; Baeno de Mesquita Solomon, Guy's Hospital; Davis Arthur HoldswortlI, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEAL, April 7.-Passed, April 6-Gleaner, from Terceira for Hull; Constance, Sunderland for Shanghai ; Perse- verance, Middleabro' for Exeter-; Eclipse, Blackler, Mys- tery, and Iron Era, all from north for west. Off, April 6-Matilda Elizabeth, from Newcastle for Fal- mouth; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Blistall...........*1 2-2 ]tipon...............0 0-0 alaokhesth .. .. ...... 11 0-3 Hidurnond..........0 0- 0 Blackley............0 0-0 Leish.............0 2-C Boothaown.........1 0-5 Blackler Rangers.0 0-Il Bowling............1 0- 0 licighlsy...........0 1-2 Bowling md-lana.3 i-i? balrcrhebbla.........0 0- II liranlerdOidBeys .... 2 1-12 York..............0 1-I Subscribers-only content

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    Atkinsoni 'S., Bnllardia G., Ba3rac'langh F. XV., Barton it., Beotferi It. J., Beirr C. H., Hsnks H_. Bfakefey It. 5> Blackler F'. A., Bres,,'r WV. F. 0.. Bowreog S., Barnnett E., Brattery W.,, BeWater T., Cufrert F. 'A', Carter G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the grnn;)a of SD quazae fast, Mr. Harrison Broadley -wa first- Mr% J. Blacker, -of Selby, legend, and Misd I Blackler third. A-spcal pri eaaaret~. R, H _Simpsn. This section. was b3eyond. quaestion the fe-ature ci thesho, and -the judges Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUnion {3fr .Taok-mran) moved a voe eof thanksa to the P'rimaite for Isis Lie d invitation to visit Iislehpehorpe.- M~r. Blackler (~iec-Preedenlz seeonnded thle motion, and, ias a voluntary schIool teacher, said he should ];ke his Grace tso put himnself Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    colPSls Itatientillg, hoiever ,ais they tho, the causes wvhicl have led to this step Oil tilt pirt of lAieutenait- Coloniel Blackler, they still luid li his trief but graphic account of thle past ctreel of tlte rgintett abunidait to cheer Subscribers-only content

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    People-of the countie3, who mui t strengthen the li n ls oF their represv-utati c-sI ; I remain, my d-aLr Blackler, sincervly yours, " V.Ii'tx L EU i . I "'S. Blacker, Eiq., Carrickblacker." "Narrow Water, Warrcnpoint, 2Qth April, 1SGS Subscribers-only content

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    EMBRACING Specimens of the Adine, FrobbePlann, Plantin, Elzevir, Stephens, Baskerloillc, Flis, and other elebrated Presses; Lan quet and Cooper's Chronclaes, Blackler; Sir Pdiip Sydsney's, Ar, cadiadl, io60a, Stow;'Seow's Chronicle, acketter; Baptte MortSn Magic; Syntagmata of Libavios, and other Works on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had wrl~ttn exp~eesinrg the hlop. t'u.t he wtould ~lO:"5f h7.va tn !eoDnportolnity ol ..dVOOnting the oleims of the nooisty, Idajor Blackler, Rev,. Johnston Smyths, thet Dearn Of Down, thu BRev. C.anon Fii:'ernald, rend lIdr, B. T. hlewitt wero a'so. una~ble Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ticularly on the terms tpott which tile application Was made, lie con luded by giving the health of "x W'illiam Blackler, Esq. to whose exertions they wore all much indebtedi, and whiel, he trusted, wouldbe strenu- ously persevered in." Mlr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of life, aind the tricks intro- duced ac-s nvell con-coined. For the elaborate osachinery eve are indebted to Mir Fred. Blackler; for the procee-tice to Mr Pullanger for the historical costusmes to lifes Allen, aced for the ae-rancmcccents of ties Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADES' JUBILEE DEMONSTRATION. t The largest and most successful gathering in con- 3s neotion with the Fire Brigade movement ever held in I I the United Kingdom, and which was originated by i t Supt. Green Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New Inn Hall Street. Mappin and Webb, Messrs., High Street. Mowbray, Mr., St. Aldate's, Matthews, Mr., St. Clemnent's. Marychurch and Blackler, Messrs,, Queen Street. Mather, Mr., Castle Street. Martyr, Mr., Magdalen Street. Meads, Mr., Market Street. Minty, Mr., High Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vaults, Corn Mlarket-street, 11. 2s. ; George Hotel, 11. Is. ; Queen's Restaurant, Queen-street, 31. Is. ; Messrs. Marychurch and Blackler, Queen-street, l9s.; Three Cups Hotel, Gs. 6d.; Anchor Inn, New-road, 7s. lid. ; Tower Brewery Tap, Park End-street, 7s. Subscribers-only content

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