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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    raidly filling, and atmong many other names and curiousdesignations, th9 followitng have beeri jgnblished True Blue, 5L--John Ball with Ilis Bugle hlorn. 5b.--Tbe HFouse whlat Jack Bua~ilt, 2i. 12t1->oh, my Aitelhes, Ts. n-Whoit doy ou want, It. I s.-A small Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the Poetry of Southey-Il. -Te Actor of All Weor!;l-MI. Brief Notices of Eminent Aosth'rsgIV. On luequabity of nlt2'lect-V. Tke Bugle Calls-VI. Essa_ on Auctions-VIOL Episile fronit Sir John Fal- staff in the shades-v Ill. Reflections on the Death of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OFFENDER.-At Shrewsbury, last week, William Shakspeare was bound over to keep the psacs for three months, fbr fighting in the Bugle. whereby he ".got a fall," which occasioned- his being sent to the infirmary for several days. ACCIDENTS. SHirwttEcKS.-Severat melancholy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    find a most excellent variety of Silks, Flarege, halzarine, and Muslin Dresses, Crape and Muslin Cellars, laiits-hirts, C'aps, Head-dresses, Bonnets, Bugle Berthes, Mourning Jeivellery, arid an extensive Stick of Widows' Mourning, at 'he LON - DON GENERAL MOURNING WAREHOUSE, Nos247 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, June 11. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Johnson and Farrar, Birkenhead, Cheshire, coach builders-C. and T. Chirney, and T. Beacham, Albion place, King's cross-S. Jordan and Co. Leeds, fruiterers-Robertson, Shaw, and Co. Birchin lane-Cribb, Brothers, and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 July 1803, 27 July 1803

    Volunteer " or Yeomanry Corps of Cavalry or Infantry, as receive " conftant Pay, and all Trumpeters, Drummers, or " Bugle Men, ferving therein, and receiving Pay at any " Daily or Weekly Rate; and for the further regulating " Subscribers-only content

    28 July 1803, 28 July 1803

    ferving in any Volunteer or Yeomanry Corps of Cavalry or Infantry, as receive conftant Pay, and all Trumpeters, Drummers, or Bugle Men ferving therein, and receiv¬ ing Pay at any daily or weekly Rate; and for the further regulating of Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1803, 29 July 1803

    ferving in any Volunteer or Yeomanry Corps of Cavalry or Infantry as receive conftant Pay, and all Trumpeters, Drummers, or Bugle Men ferving therein, and receiving Pay at any Daily or Weekly Rate; and for the further regulat¬ ing of Subscribers-only content

    1 August 1803, 1 August 1803

    in any Volunteer or Yeomanry Corps of Ca¬ valry or Infantry as receive conftant Pay, and all Trumpeters, Drummers, or Bugle Men ferving there¬ in, and receiving Pay at any Daily or Weekly Rate ; and for the further regulating Subscribers-only content

    6 August 1803, 6 August 1803

    " teer or Yeomanry Corps of Cavalry or Infantry as " receive conftant Pay, and all Trumpeters, Drummers, *' or Bugle Men, ferving therein, and receiving Pay at " any Daily or Weekly Rate; and for the further re- " Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MIDDLETON, Thomas (d 1428/9), of Southampton.

    Middleton owned a considerable amount of property in Southampton. By 1389 he was in possession of Bull Hall in Bull (Bugle) Street, adjacent to a site on which he had a 60-year lease from the hospital called God's House, a

 

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