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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J W. J. ERttASoUsS WIeSoN, Teacher of Practical asd Surgieal -natomy and Phvsislogy. Illustrated crith Fifty Engravings on Wood, oy Bogg 1 vol. I'mo. 'LfN1E NTS of MATERIA MEDICA; com- prehending the Natural History, Properties, Composition. Effects, tnd Uses of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W Briddon, Liverpool, corton brokers-T. and T. W. Thorpe, Rye, Sussex, drapers-J. Clark aid J, (Ipilvie, Billiter street, provirion merchants-i. Bogg sud I Philbriik, Louth, Liticolirobire, surgeons-J. H. Pasr aud T WVoodbtrrne, 1tierpool, nttorneys-Saalah Taylor and F. Cooper, proprietors of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the wilful murder of his mother, Martha Ward. The facts of the case were these :-A young woman, named Bogg, lived in the service of the prisoner's mother at Thorpe' The prisoner had taken improper liberties with the servant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the best Lyrical Compositions of 2i0 Authors. Among the number are the names of Sir Walter Scott. William Mlotherwell. James Bogg Henry Scott Riddell. Allan Connitgham. Robert Nicoll. The Baroness Nairn. Alexander Laing. Joanna Baillie. Franois Bennoeh. Lady Ann Barnard. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    soil, of "the Bogg" farm. His father had made some money in the West Indies before he returned to his native valley, took a place called Low Farm, two miles lower down the Caldew than "the Bogg," and married the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    National Education League Fund: list of subscribers., 1870

    G Budgwatei Bieakspeai Edward Bnmmgham Biooke, William, Manchestei Booth , Rev William, Pieston Burgess, Wilson , Woicestei Banks, Fiedenck, Bnmingham Bogg , T W Louth Buckmastei, J C London Burton , Edward F London Black , A J Gieenock Butterton Subscribers-only content

    Report on the state of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and other towns, 1845

    well as other places. " Two districts which show a large amount of sickness and mortality are Brown's-row and the Bogg , both situated in a low part ofthe town. Brown's- row probably contains about 40 dwellings and 280 inhabitants, Subscribers-only content

    [Memorial of merchants, manufacturers, traders, and others ] to the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone., 1869

    , Sholf, near HaiJifax. William Shaw , 8 Sun-stroot, Darlington . Robort Eaglosim, J.P, 12, Noilston-streot, Paisley . Dalziol and Bogg Oftuseysido-street, Paisley . David Gilmour , Oamphill, Paisloy. A. Pollock , juu., Paisley . II. Maofarlane, Provost of Paisley Subscribers-only content

    Letter, & c., 1820

    with Lecesne the elder; on this she is asked, " Are you sure that you lived five years on the Bogg estate after your arrival * Vide Evidence on 1st. Issue, p. 121. Vide affidavit annexed to Attorney General's 2nd Subscribers-only content

    Letter, & c., 1820

    St. Domingo; and that the story of his mother having been delivered of a son, and of her having buried another son at the Bogg Estate is a gross fabrication." s e Vide 1st. Report of Commissioners, pp. 137, 138. Subscribers-only content

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