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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be followed by an Or;<nnal Farce called THE YOUNG REEFER. To which will be added the Burletta called P. P. or THE 1MAN AND THE TIGER-Bob Buckskin, Mr John Reeve. The whole to conclude with a New Extravagansa, called STARS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stitched, &c. 2 10-t Superfine black or blue Dress Coat, of finest Saxony cloth . XO. tO. 3 7 0 Buckskin, Cassimere, D'Orsay-Cord, Polish Ribbed, snd other fashion. able articles for 'rousers . . . from 259. to I 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    doublestitched,&c. 2 10 0 Wuperline black or blue Dress Coat, of finest Saxony cloth f 60s. to 3 7 0 Buckskin, Casoisnere, D'Orsay Cord, Polish Ribbed, and other fashion- able articles for Trousers - . from 25o. to 1 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goo Petraha GetCswih velvet Collar, double stitched, &c. 2 15 0 Superfine black or blue Dress Coat, of finsSaoycth .la.o370 Buckskin, Cassimere, D'Ors9ay Cord, Polish Ribbed, and other fashion- able articles for Trousers . i . from 2b. to 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c. 2 10 0 Superfine black or blue Dress Coat, of finest Saxony cloth . 60s. to 3 7 0 Buckskin, Cassimere, D'Orsay Cord, Polish Ribbed, and other fashion- able arlticles for Trousers . . . from 25s. to 1 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of subjects

    178 (p. 105) Buckskin , bukskyn, bokes skynne, 155, 180 Bucler , see Buckler Bucram , see Buckram Budge fur , boby, boge, bogy, booge, bowge, bug(g)e, 30, 77, 156, 184, 219, 230 Bukskyn , see Buckskin Bullocks , bullokes,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 30 December 1696, 30 December 1696-30 December 1696

    Sarah Morgan stopped him, and he was knocked down, and much wounded; and a Cane, Tobacco-box, and a Pair of Buckskin Gloves, taken out of the Room where he was; but yet all this did not satisfy Hughes , though

    General index

    General index A. Abbot , Archbishop of Canterbury, 588. Accident , fatal, 377. at Blackfriars, 410. by gunpowder, 267. 642. of suffocation by wood ashes, 305. remarkable by a pistol shot, 299. Acton , additions to the account of,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILSON, Thomas II (?1767-1852), of Wood House, East Ham, Essex.

    WILSON, Thomas II (?1767-1852), of Wood House, East Ham, Essex. Constituency Dates London 1818 61826 Ofifces Held Member, Spectaclemakers’ Co.; dir. Phoenix Assurance Co. 1811-d., East Country Dock Co. 1817. Ofifces Held Cornet, London and Westminster light horse 1796.

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Yukon gold fields., 1897

    0 00 CD O O H CO I > z o CO I o m CO Fur or Woolen Cap Buckskin Cowboy Hat. Dozen Handkerchiefs Pair Gum Boots 1 Miners' Bag 1 Rubber Blanket. 50 1 75 75 4 50 Subscribers-only content

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