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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honour of Citizens.

    there; Yea, all is fine, and nothing gross, they say. Fine Knacks cost much: Cost spoils us every where. A Canker crept in Court, for some Men's Cross, That eats up Lands, and breeds great Lack and Loss. And then

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - 3 Bleeding - - - - 28 Bursten and Rupture - 26 Camcer - - - - - 54 Canker ---- - 2 Chichen Pox - - - - 9 Childbed -- - - 172 Colds - - - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hot-lied," ,but am everblooming, modest Christmas rose, that meets YU at .the, door with a snowy, shower of blos- soms. Canker worse thau the smut. in wheat, soon eats away the ote,t frost not blights it till it wither; the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NIunrber til) or fousn,l to vontati several papers highly iltoorrotiog to Agci'sslllurlsrs at the prestnt nesoseott amoo the folloving.-,Oo Snmut, Canker, tnd Ruse lo Cornl, w.herein r. neri' theory of their Origin is developed.:.A. grop'it aeonount of the An'rioaltro of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    improved Az~rirltoral Implemeots, &c. By C. W. JoaNsox, Eso. Editor of the "Fanrmeror Almanoch," Re. IC5.NTONTO -Butter - Cabbage - Canker - Cereal - Cattle - Chaff Engines ith Illootranions) - Chalk-Cheese - Churchwardesss-Corn Lawse-(Cutoms of.(Cou,,tie:-Dibbling, be. &c. Leaden: terginan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Apply, C Santne4 Cund7Co~achbuilder, Wolverhamspton. CZ JO 6'4ACH-AXLE Turner.-Wanted, duxst-classA Workman, at once, 'C constant work.-Apply, B, Russell, care of Canker Bros, (Limited), Sho~eld. 1049 OACH-WHEELEF. who can do ,TbbirC and make Trap-hodies, C Cotny-anr Coaehmaker. Bridgsorth. Salop. 08568 5COALoand Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Vatican decrees in their bearing on civil allegiance, 1875

    agitation of men "who for tAventy-five years have threatened Pius IX. with violence, and assailed him as the Vampire, the Canker , the Gangrene o f Italy . Such men, from Aspromonte to this day , have been the chief Subscribers-only content

    Miscellaneous Documents. 1614, 1613

    Wee forefee,that many perfbnsof great worth, and of neceffary vfe for the Common wealth, may either bee corrupted by the Canker , or cut off by the Sword of common Iuftice, before the Par - liamenthaue time & opportunities amend Subscribers-only content

    Report on a mission to Florida, 1800

    time being taken up by a visit to his citrus canker chamber. This glass chamber, in which plants are housed for inoculation and other experiments in connection with citrus canker investigations, has been specially constructed so that no disease can Subscribers-only content

    Letters on the war, 1855

    Providence during years of prosperity. We speak with derision of the " Canker of Peace," with idiotic lands of the " Blossoms of War." Peace becomes " a canker" only when nations are bloated writh corruption, and the " Blossoms Subscribers-only content

    The principles of the chrono-thermal system of medicine: with the fallacies of the faculty : in a series of lectures, 1845

    in five thousand ever becoming the subject of it. Now, what is Cancer? What but a slow and painful decomposition,-a Canker or blight of the particular organ affected The manner in which Cancer of the Breast generally com¬ mences is Subscribers-only content

 

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