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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;d ' h e ' T e emIalledt Pot of Ointment ond ouice *raU printed directions are affixed to each Bog and Pot, and can be haid ireany lentae, 'eMliniiTuish, zoblv, i Persian, Or hinese - tp~~~~~~~~~~f (2Y. Zies CM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    main - - - Gwilym Gwe nt. 9. Cymru (Wales) - - - D, Emlyn. Evans. 10 Croesaw Cld y Bog - - R. S. Hughes, B..A.J Nowr ready, first edition, greatly enlaryed price 4s. 6d. OF WELSH LANGUAGE: Based Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wolle Mama,' gan Tenorydd Llechyd. 4 Triawd 'Come Fairies, trip it on the grass,' gao Alawydd Ogwen, Tenorydd Inofryn, ac Bog Cereint. 50 Cen '0 tyred yo ol,' gan Deinsol ogwen, cy- merodd y dort by sto77'o. 6 Can gao Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    allan, ac yn bwriadu perfformio y Cantata ar en traul eu humnin. , Cymerir yr unawdaa gan Miss Mary Davies, Bog Morlais, a 'Mr. Lucas Williams. Cyrerir y syd- ganaa gan y Welsh Choral Union, a chyenorthwyir gan seindorf y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rbyv gofgolorn ydyw yr eglwys i'r byd aw s fyd tnegwddol, o'r bywyd par arwelalodd, a'm brwydrau bndldlaollthca ymlsddoddi Tywy Bog mawr y bywyd'yn sefylits Si ddOW-1YABIad paSin byd aI-ef fanwolsoth an p pren a r =dgyedld o'X besd. Mae Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1581, Jul-Sept

    the toune in this tyme of drowth, and names to the visiting thairof the saidis Henry Nesbet, Alexander Vddert, Robert Bog, William Littill and James Ros. Aisler staynes, cariage thairof. Ordanis the aisler staynes pertening to the guid towne and

    Extracts from the Records, 1581, Apr-June

    wallis, precept, thesaurer . The provost, baillies, and counsale ordanis William Napier, baillie, Jhone Robertsoun, thesaurer, William Littill, and Robert Bog to pas and visy the faltis and decayet places of the towne wall in speciall at the Kowga itt

    Extracts from the records, 1575

    act thairto. 4 March 1574 5. Bog, wrang . Jonet Fary, spous to James Andersoun, is fund in the wrang for the wrangus breking of the staple of ane hyngand lok pertenyng to Dauid Bog, being vpoun the multour kist

    Elizabeth, January 1575, 01 January 1575-31 January 1575

    him and the Queen of Scots. He received letters in July and August for the Queen of Scots by Alexander Bog and Robinson. 1 p. In Burghley's hand. Indorsed: "16 Janr. 1571. Matter to examine H. Cockyn uppon. Drawen by Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1581, Jan-Mar

    saittis, and vther siclyke as he can best devyse with the avyse and counsale of Henry Nesbet, William Littill, Robert Bog, and Androw Sclater, quhais jugement and counsale thai ordane him to tak in the said wark. Comptis of Hew

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Report from the Committee appointed to inquire into the State and Condition of the Countries adjoining to Hudson’s Bay, and of the Trade carried on there., 11 June 1747

    the woody and Champaign fandy Country, there is a Land-Cairiage of 3 Leagugs* and they came to a Maifh or Bog about a League loqg,.an4Mye Furlongs over, and from thence another Land-Carriage of $jn,p Leagues to the River D/z P/zz/7, Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    5 Ann. journals of the Houfe of Lords, <c " * 69 Admiralty Gaily, "70 Neptune Gaily, " 71 John and Lawrence, et 72 Rye Galley, *' 7 3 Royal Confort, " 74 Mediterranian Gailyt "75 Blackmore Gaily, "76 Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1720, 16 January 1721

    Ireland in Truftees, to •' be iold, for the Ufe of the Public; and for giving Re- H lief to lawful Creditors, by determining the Claims; "and Lord takes Com forfe Efta Bog Dei eii. So c<. b< IT a Subscribers-only content

    12 August 1807, 12 August 1807

    the Fourth Part, for the Confiderations therein mentioned, all that Parcel of Land theretofore called The King's Head Wafie, or Bog, in the faid Parifh of Egham, and all other the Hereditaments which by certain Indentures of Leafe and Releafe, Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1810, 2 May 1810

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 3. " A Comparifon of the Eftimated and Actual u by the Eafi India Company for the Management of " Amount of the Revenues of the Eafi India- Company " their Trade and Subscribers-only content


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