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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    i' Beully. Pharmaesutical Chemist. 4, Star-corner, Ber- mosnudacy; cud sold by Sutton anti Cu., Bow C;hurclh-yard; Sanger, iso, Oxford- street; Buster, Cheapside; Edwards, Sm, Paul's ; Straslilng, Royal Exchaolg& Saurclay, l'arriegdoostreet; Belc-e'r. Hackney; Prout, Strassd; and nsost Paeteis Medicinle Vendess Subscribers-only content

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    that the victims are counted by thousands. And lastly, it is mentioned in one of Captain Hill's letters, that in Buster the practice prevailed to an enormous extent, and that, upon one occasion alone, twenty-five or twenty-seven fsllU crown men Subscribers-only content

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    see a witness, but Mrs. Buster does not believe the story and captures Buster, so Dove has to set out alone. To make matters worse, his wife insists on seeing him off. The ingenious Buster, however, gets him a ticket Subscribers-only content

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    L Ben. KASTEI' liOLIDAYS. - Easter MIonday man Tuesday, Grand S Aeseteolr Brass Baud Contest. prizes valho £150. Balloon Assents. Buster Moaday. FirewOriNs. Easter Moiaday nsiu Tucsday 'ftercnoon, stud every eveingji GretVnriety Show ;new Alon'ey House; Aviaries and Bear Pit.-Admiseioll Subscribers-only content

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    iWA NTEfD " CLA SS qf A DVER TISEMEITNTS. For tsrneeritier Inseectkons of the olassen of small Advertlremen Psarticuaraised below tbe following arie the prepaid charges In al cases the Addrcess is counted ag extnt :-2 16 Wor-sle once Subscribers-only content

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    Volume G 250, April 1650, 01 April 1650-30 April 1650

    and thereby win it, in spite of whoever should say to the contrary, before they should enjoy it; and Thomas Buster, the major's trumpeter, threatened with an oath that if any one brought any horses on the grounds, he would Subscribers-only content

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