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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi ei gwbIhau yn y cyfeiriad hrn, yn New York, ae yn Menlo Park. N. J. Erbyn yr arddaDgosiad o'r Brush. Electric Light, yn New Yolrk, goodasid 15 o lampau ar Broadway, 262 o drosdfeddi oddiwrth en gilydd, a dywedir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yr T. Tr. Walley, Frankton; Dresden Cup & Saucer on t Bracket, Miss A. E. Lloyd, Stanley Place, Oswestry; Crnmb Brush & Tray, Mrs Ellis, Dolgelley; 5 o'clock Tea Set, Mr & Mrs Owen, Church.street, Oswestry; E Paradise Lost & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a blear intellect, 3cloudless brain. Rouse yourselves, theref.re, at once for this great-task, and wwork away at it inr earnest. Brush -up your perceptive faculties; clarify your understanding at all cost; and rub your mental eyes wel', long, and hard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Chymeriad Han- nah ;" goreu, Mrs. Jones, Wood Bank; 2il, Mrs. RD- , berts, Bryn Afon. Night-dress Case a Brush and , Comb Bag, goreu, Miss Hare, Port St. Mary, Isle of 'v Man. Amry lwy Bren; goreu, O. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the CLAIJDESTI*C sMbnriGs1 . Portits of lessrs W. FAtES, FAsLEs, 'addYosN, i4, the cia. racters of Lotd Ogleby, Canton, and, Brush. Site, 9 iaches.,wideby 1 I-hailfigh. Pfints l0s.'6 dProosai's. 'London: Piiblished by -Hrst; Robinsion; aind' Cso (!ate oydell), go, Cheapside. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 1 The Situation, Extent, and Populousness.

    I .) vel carbono bosci fieri consueverant Artificum rogi: i.e. The Artificers Fires had been commonly made of Spray or Brush -Wood, or Wood coaled. But when Workmen living in the Out-Skirts of London , began to bring in the

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. St. Botolph's Parish.

    upon the Table: Also a fair Surplice of Cambrick, for the Parson's Use: All which were, with a new Hair Brush , kept in a Sarsanet Case, to be locked up in a new Wainscot Chest, by her bought for

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. S. Peter's.

    To this Sense in English; The King to the Keepers of the Tower Work, sendeth Greeting. We command you to Brush or plaister with Lime, well and decently, the Chancel of S. Mary , in the Church of St. Peter

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. The Constable.

    terr. quam per aquam, usq; ad Abbiam predict. ita quod nulla inde fiat priza ad opus Regis, i.e. to carry Brush or Underwood , Corn, and other Victuals, as well by Land as by Water, unto the said Abby: So

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Public services

    In 1882-3 Colchester corporation considered supplying electric lighting to the town's streets, 50 but it was the South Eastern ( Brush ) Electric Light and Power Co . Ltd. which obtained powers from the Board of Trade and began supplying

    Hornsey , including Highgate Public services

    by the Gas Light and Coke Co ., which was nationalized in 1949 . 34 In 1883 the Metropolitan ( Brush ) Electric Light and Power Co . was authorized to supply electricity in Hornsey , starting in Highgate .

    Industries Introduction

    child can earn 1 d . an hour, and few women can earn more than 1¾ d . an hour. Brush -making is carried on principally in factories, very few of which give out work. The work is fairly regular,

    Paddington Communications PADDINGTON COMMUNICATIONS PADDINGTON c. 1750

    apartment for the queen was designed near platform 1. 15 The station was lit experimentally in 1880 by the Anglo-American Brush Electric Light Corporation and in 1886 by a more lasting system from generators near Westbourne railway bridge, hailed as

    Waltham Holy Cross Economic history and local government

    1929 . Since then the supply has come from Ponders End (Mdx.). 237 In 1881 a pamphlet on the ' Brush ' system of electric street lighting was sent to the Local Board of Health, 238 but no further action

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1818, 8 May 1818

    swept by a trifling alteration in the Flues, by fixing a Register in the crooked Flues, by the Ball and Brush, or by the Chain and Pulley, without any occasion whatever for the em¬ ployment of Climbing Boys: The Petitioners, Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1818, 14 May 1818

    on the top, may be cleansed by the simple " contrivance of letting down a Ball, and drawing a " Brush after it; a mode which some of the Master " Chimney Sweepers now use when they meet with " Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1818, 14 May 1818

    have much " experience in the use of Smart's Machine, and " still fewer in that of the Ball and Brush; but, " from their observation and knowlege, they are, for " the most part, strongly of opinion, that it Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1828, 18 April 1828

    they thought Mr. Weeding a very nice Gen- it " say, upon those Occasions ?" " I cannot say." " Brush up your Recollection, and try to state when " they were to be made comfortable; before the Election, " Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1830, 14 May 1830

    it; did not Her Grace " come to the Election 7" " I do not know that she did." " Brush up your Recollection; do not you recollect " The Duchess of Newcastle coming to the Election ?" " I Subscribers-only content

 

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