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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Evans, J. 0. Thomas, Proffeswr Lloyd, Aberystwyth; Dr. James Edwards, E. Lloyd (Tregefelyn) ; Mnri. W. Davies, Ban- . gor; Burstall, Finney, Rutherford, a R. W. Jones, Garston. DeaUwn fod yr oll o'r gwobrau yn agos i 80p. Yn yr Subscribers-only content

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    for ascertaining the Progoesa of Time, and of -Horses, Carriages, &e.; Messrs Vallance's, Palmer's, Isaacs, Ja'ess, Neville and loSi's, and Burstall and Hill's Patent and Carriages, and for improved Rail- ways, &c.; Reviewo ssrsodan Tredgold's Practical Treatises on Rail Road; Subscribers-only content

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    informed by this profound caviller what those points are. The mechanist of the steam coaches bears the portentous name of Burstall. His partner's name is Hill. Thus the firm suggests the chief objections to the use of the carriages, for Subscribers-only content

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    row Budd, Thomas William, 33 Bedford row BullRck, T. 3D. Augustus street, Regent's park Bullock, John Thornton, 3 Pine-apple place Burstall, James W. 21 Calthorpoe street, Gray's- inm road Burgess, Robert, Lillington street Burton, Vmn. W. Esq. 14 Lincoln's-inn fields Subscribers-only content

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    payments by the New York banks was fully expected, and regarded as the only means of relief. The failure of Burstall and Co., at Quebec, had involved other houses in the timber and shipbuilding trade; lumbering operations for the coming Subscribers-only content

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    Directors to Tt~ER intending Th MinS to them, ase to the exceptional'value and importanceu acte iesnquired, by this Company.- S. BURSTALL, Sceay Costa Ri~ca CGotlld'Mi'ning Company (i~mited)A 17 and 18, Corohill. IINING CIOSTA RICA GOLD OMIPANY (Lirnitod.) -Noiceieicrlielva tattheSUSCRfl'TION LIST, Subscribers-only content

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    the alleged t lunacy of Mr. Francis Henry Paget, a gentlernan for- s merly residing on his own estate at Burstall, in Leicester- shire, the petitioner being his daughter, Mrs. Ada Mary Walker, of Mairnby Hall, Thirsk, Yorkshire. Mr. Cramp, Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO COBBRSPORNDZNn.1U Zetrs isid fr pulfir, ross asset be arconJip0i b the name and address of the wrier;no neesiisilJ fr nobtsit~ti hu fr the information of the Editor. W~hen asers tb qustin are not qive in; the Subscribers-only content

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    why there should be joint education, the explana- lton needed was why the seaxes bad been separated.- M1iss S. A. BURSTALL (Londonu, in supporting the prin- ciple of co-education;, said.that the working upon a joint staff was vy delightful.-Miss GRtEN Subscribers-only content

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    the Mason University College, upon the "Position of Women in the New University." Professor Burstall presided, and a large number of students were present.; Miss Burstall, who was heartily received, said that she felt profoundly convinced of the truth and Subscribers-only content

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    application to U NIVERSITY or B I RM'1I N GH AM COURSES IN CIVIL, MECHANICAL, AND ELECTRICAL ENGILNEERIZNG. Paon'ioa F.W. BURSTALL. H A., Cantab., A-BLI.LC )zrrax O Tncw~cn?ALs ELECTRrICITY: D. IL. BORRIES, Asceaa re flDusoNs'reA'eoR: F. HI. HUMMELI, AflLLC.E. Jupeoa Subscribers-only content

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    with the firit Convoy for Portupal, after the one akpoiot- ed to fake the prefent loading Ships. JOHN And SAMUEL BURSTALL. aull,. March 15, 18b7. HULL. }'OR ()Ptlt70, .o1 . Ihe New Shipy VIGILANT, j CAP1-: -EDWIVARD L.A4KL,, S Bu-then Subscribers-only content

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    the fill Convoy far Portugal, after the one appoint- ed to rake the prefrnt loading Ships. en- JOHN and SAMUEL BURSTALL. an, Hull, March 75, IS07. cc tral I-lULL. ted F.OR OPORTO, ack T Trle New Sitip VIGILANT, bly ,il" Subscribers-only content

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    may-rely upon her failing as above. | . For Particulars erijuire ofthe Maflir on Board; or to JOWN and SAMUEL BURSTALL. Nlull, Apsil no, 180; HULL. For Gibralear, 11faltat anld Aleseint', And will takie in Goods for Palermo, to he Subscribers-only content

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    may rely upoar her failing as abnte For Paricuaart enquire of the Mafler on Board; or to JOHN and SAMUEL BURSTALL. Hull, April ro, 3807. . PARD)ON ASKSED. . . ITT tO ~ier- - t g'bie Guilty o E, tlte Subscribers-only content

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    in Ballall, and on her. i .Arriva will. immediately be laid on for the i above Porn. JOHIN and SAMIUEL BURSTALL. I Hull, May 7, 1207. - ULL. For Gibraltar, Aleda and Ifiessina, And ..i1l take in 6 ords for Subscribers-only content

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    Buithen igo Tesq, A new Sh p, (a'ls rerarkably faft, and will fail to fuit the Trade. JOHN .;nid S&MUEL BURSTALL. Hull; May 7, 1807. IIULL. For BALTIMORE' TheAllierican' 'hi p lt USE, CAPTArN GARDNE'R, Is ylily expected here, in Subscribers-only content

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    on the Parrson, whost Bills of Lading are figned for 6os. fliall have the lifference allowed thecn. JOHN and SAMUEL BURSTALL. Hull, Tune 12, 1S87. ' I he Oppofers of the PA RAeON hive flated by Circr- lar Letters, to Subscribers-only content

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    Lloydfs, Burthan' J8o Tons, A new Shp, fails rempricably fall, and will jail to (air the Trade. JOHN and SAUIUEL BURSTALL. FIRE& LIFE 1NSUU'ANCE OFFICE, LONDON, JusE, i0, -17. T E DIRECTORS of the A!B BON H R FI nrid Subscribers-only content

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    ULL. For OPORTO, The N'ew Ship VIGMLANT, %X--i''- . />Cat.- 'C>#1 >, ,t~Will fail witb the firfit Portugal Convoy. JOHN BURSTALL. H-lull, Auguil 8, 5107. H ULL. For Gibralrta, Alfohta and dfessina, 'TIle Blrig JOIN, Stands A. r, at Lloyd's, Subscribers-only content

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