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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he com:- sistered eassuics to the people. -7. Ttrat this meetiig recagmizes aird venerate the psrinciple laid down by Judtge Blackston rc-" That resistauce rfaeptires- sires is a conrstitsmtiossl eight sehicto tire people are relied 1ipsi io extereise. rvhr'ssev~erthey are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    balto lp Auction. ]B A,!ALE ESTATE~near BEESTO OLD TOLL~1 BAR.-~; DElR ByE.JHNlEPRa ie tyiHoeBigte . at nto Leeds, err .cVedecoas, fieFan Dee qf t, i83, atSit, O 'COkInI the Evening,either~ togeather. or iii t'1he followi- thle FO andrtherehposub'r Lots Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bulilder, Waltou-on-the-Naze flobins 0., livery stable keeper, ltedhillj Pergrosen D,, fatmer, Beeper-bill, Stapletonl LIQUIDATIONS BY ARRAINGEMENT. Atkinson S., Sunderland, joiner Blackston H., G(ildford -street, Ledsd, bat manufacturer Gill i., Church-street, Mtacchester, warehenseman Greeniury T., EBarrogate, picture deader Kent IV., Quadrant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o od alrno rpr rity EVAIN MA R NO Y~ a MACHINISTo odopsee.a.Ncoa~cctBnos W Filipber'sand Leacoers. Standi ~ O~ o Blackston, Old Diepeneary-yard, North-tetApltoL 00OT TRADV.-Wanted, i good FIT1E ori--' - B G. Bratnall, 28, Sonth-otreet, Moar, Sefield. ~ W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W ANTELD, good MACHINE HAND-I for braiding, and Cup F I inishes and Learners. Standing weekly wages, Apply to L,. Blackston, Old Dispensary-yard, North-street.; WANTED, aMACHlINIT one used to a l'hornoa, and accus- tonned to workim with toilers. Apply 3, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    What should be done with the tithes?, 1800

    whereby the Tithes might be appropriated pro¬ rata in easement of these burdens We have it on the authority of Blackston e,* that one of the purposes for which they were originally imposed was the relief of the poor. At Subscribers-only content

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