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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ofiycer, a Mr. Williams, Felin geryg, a Mr. Williams, Fronheulog, a'r Parch. David-J9ues. Can- wyd amaryw donan gany plant,-"Evening SoDg," "'Catch the Sunshine." "Autumn Winds," "The PRed, White, and Blue," &c. Hefyd cyfiwynodd Mr. Williams, yr athrsw, certiflcates i'r plant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tillulab W''I" 1 Uutil. fr Mae y ddadl ar y Rheolaa Newyddion wedi ca myned yrmLen yn dra llwyddianus hyd yn byn, cc ac os bydd i Dy'r Cyffredin barhau peth armser yj eto i ymrano mor fynych ag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at le.st half the glees'in tbat voluminosus publicatisrn by Warren writr ten in competition' fbr the prizes given by the Catch Club I FSa tint this pairorldge, I mlay say, creatrl a beautiful speciei of rwriting '(that of glcis) tunknown Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lhjpsic in this cthuntry tshiry or forty Sears aga. Far be it fritn me to underrate the patronage uhich tlfe Catch Cluh, at tine Iper!id, bestow .ed an Glee-writers.; hat I cannot cail it great, nest her can I see Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    itb respect tt v~ hioh has been pretty much, that the principle of pa-l Devil' pull Ber,' or' " Catch as catch can, wa~ ot inoperative, in the commufiications from out:ports, cor- respondenee fr6m, ahroad, and the variois- devices the Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Milton Charities for the poor

    , 5 a. from Thomas Whiteage in 1634 , 1 ½a. bought by the parish in 1638 , ½a. ( Catch Acre) from John Ellis in 1660 , and Francis holt of 1½a. from Thomas Richards in 1661 . Dr.

    Sport, ancient and modern Olympic games of London ( 1908 )

    (81) Catch as Catch Can, Bantam, G. N. Mehnert, United States (82) Catch as Catch Can, Feather, G. S. Dole , United States (83) Catch as Catch Can, Middle, S. V. Bacon , United Kingdom (84) Catch as Catch Can,

    Thame Local government

    These projects were delayed until 1893-5 when the Local Government Board and the Thames Conservancy threatened penalties for river pollution. Catch -pits at Cuttlebrook Ford proved so inadequate that under-draining with a sewage farm and pumping station had to be

    Fretherne and Saul Introduction Parish boundaries in the Framilode area 1843

    was evidently at Framilode : Glos. R.O., photocopy 472. For the connexion between Framilode and Frocester , see e.g. Glouc. Catch . Libr., Reg. Abb. Braunche, ff. 64-65. E 178/ 5309 . Glos. R.O., D 547A/E 33. See p. 165.

    Parishes Bradford-on-Avon

    May 1754 , and in the following June the overseers and churchwardens were specifically authorized to lease houses called 'The Catch ', belonging to William Allen , for the accommodation of the poor. 1071 The poor-rate dropped slightly between 1753

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 April 1726, 19 April 1726

    Townhoufe, in the Parifh of South Molten, in the County of Devon, in Lieu of the Barton and Lands called Catch French, in the Coun¬ ty of Cornwal; and for empowering thePetitioner to make Leafes of the faid Premifes in Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1726, 20 April 1726

    ia vice left a eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft " for difcharging the Barton and Lands of and in Catch " French, in the County of Cornwal, from the Ufes and " Limitations contained in the Will of Hugh Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1726, 21 April 1726

    2a vice leela efl Billa, intituled, " An Aft -' " for difcharging the Barton and Lands of and in Catch " French, in the County of Cornwal, from the Ufes and •' Limitations contained in the Will of Hugh Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1726, 25 April 1726

    report the fame to the Houfe, without any " Amendment." " for difcharging tile Barton and Lands of and in Catch u French, in the County of Cornwal, from the Ufes " and Limitations contained in the Will of Hugh Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1726, 26 April 1726

    3* vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft " for dilcharging the Barton and Lands of and in " Catch French, in the County of Carnival, from the «« Ufes and Limitations contained in the Will of Hugh " Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    How to employ our discharged soldiers and popularize the army., 1888

    means of making your rules and regulations flexible, employ their energies and ingenuity in discovering how to make them unbending. Catch those men to trouble themselves about the convenience of Tommy Atkins , or his employers, or to interpret a Subscribers-only content

    The labor question., 1884

    YOU INTERESTED IN BUGS» INSECTS. How to Catch and. how to Prepare them for the Cabinet. Compiling i Manual ot liibtiuction foi the Field Natuiahst. By Walter P. Manton . Illustiated. Cloth, oO cents " Nothingessential is omitted e\eiy boy Subscribers-only content

    Waste land and surplus labour, 1871

    import some Chinese missionaries to teach our agriculturalists the value of irrigation,-Irrigation by sewage, by the ridge-and-furrow system, by the catch water system on the sides of our hills, and by flood-gates on our brooks and streams, to Catch the Subscribers-only content

    American slavery as it is [microform ] : testimony of a thousand wi tnesses., 1839

    cold, damp atmosphere rendered very comfort¬ able, by a sudden shout of, ' catch him-catch him-catch the negro.' The cry was answered by a hundred voices-' Catch him-kill him,' and a rush from every direction toward our boat, in¬ dicated Subscribers-only content

    The fugitive slave law, and its victims [microform ] ., 1856

    behind him. " Soon after the negro got loose and ran down the road; McCord ran after him, crying ' Catch the d d horse thief,' & c., Chapman and his son follow¬ ing ; negro picked up a stone, Subscribers-only content

 

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