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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. George Grafton, the lovely being of whom we have spoken, falls in love, soon after her marriage, with Harry Cartland, the insinuating wretch of a doctor, and lie of course can do not less than fall in love with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hay .. 2 tlsp Cartland, c Cox, bliny.... 0 L. C. Docker, c Jenkins ... 71 al Siitsh, Itiny.hi....... Rev. G. W. A. Firth, net out 40 Willbauss, c !nlsosa,b a: I' 14E. Wheeler, c Cartland .... 0 mass Eves-ill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5c. *v RisonAsroN vl YhP-rsbgY.-This mathto was pllayed at is Fdgbaston, on Saturday. Edgbasioo' won boy 110 runs. 7.1r. 00 Cartland played a good inaloogs,andl Veitcloh owled well, takieg li six wviectet for six cons, and M~r. Mactin threc wvickets Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wevrk~~l-ne 141 yi-Ivv X13 throughI uscene to the tradle, and comepetcnt to control a large - a. in- shop.-Appily, oame. Cartland avid Son, (iou~ievlttiou Mill1. e5371' , RIVERit.-Wanted, an sxpericnccd Brewer. Cbocotant miploy. ~ 2 Ir B -11O, staff ctr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . IMarckeson, b Hay ...... 0 'Caotlasd, Is Jervis ...2... Aiston, b Hay... . 0.... D~orker, C Godson.0..... Martin, o Cartland, Is Hay. .1 ?n. Jenkins is Martin . 13 .lervis, not out ........8 S,,silh, h Perils.~~~~~~67 1Ilichards, is Breeden.....7 Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Herald to the Trades' advocate no. 34, 1831

    ; and thy son will never again relish with his former enthusiasm, the unmeaning echoes of the steep and abrupt Cartland , or the swelling rush of the deep-sounding Corra ! I had given expression to my feelings on this Subscribers-only content

    Herald to the Trades' advocate no. 28, 1831

    blaze of the Kirk - field bank bonfires,-leave their lurid gleams to shadow out the grim outlines of the rocky- Cartland , and the shout of my former companions to mingle in the roar of the rumbling Corra ! Waft Subscribers-only content

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