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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, M, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    (25th), 647; at variance with Herries must either assure with Johnston or travel elsewhere (9th July), 667. Mr Herbert, of Cavens: & c., take the Leethe of Emden, 640. John, brother to Herries: murderers of, to be trapped (29th Nov.), Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15,L Private camn- 2,Bunission.-Gaiierye avesvMoneley Streeti. r0I j. TANDA, with pole, bar, ehaftl, by good builder. Private oem -ai mielen-_Gaillry, Cavens. GH Bruhm ut ,sren equal to new. Private coon- I1jILK-FLOAT, by Collier~ eSit muIe or potty, 13 handse. Private Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eotureg on' "Natural itstory"'at 'Buckiugham palace before the Prince Consort and the Royal Family. Prince Alfred, attended by lUoutenant-Colonel F. Cavens dish, went to Woolwich, and returned to Bqokingham. Palace in the afternoon. Her Majesty's dinner party in the evening Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADESMEN'S ADRESSEW 59 & 60, HIGH STREET, FOR TIE WORLD-FAMED GOODS OF THE MIDLAND DRAPERY STORES, C. J. NEWBURY, MANAGING DIRECTOR, SPECIAL GOODS FOR TO-DAY. b00 LADIES' READY-MADE BLACK QUILTED SATEEN AND ALPACA SKIRTS, 4s. 6d. each; worth double. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    furelr iset fnocr it.-i-irlifin, Sohn Ilill. elMS8 foxi (lAB lGenslleimuo'7 Privislol. light. elcluailt Williamo. hiilslohlr, Niol [jlirisel(I Slreot, £l0,-8tiindiiiO sit Cavens Exchinuge, s'1ls.s'ny Street. 2 91 A ('ARitlIAfil l'fiosberl, £8.; Cosusyro plogCsrt.,X10. floodlrepair. 1ill. C 1sor~asoim.-Tsislber Yord, adjoinitiu rliver, hirasitord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _____c4567k T- T UNTRI II (Boy'l.-trey~iare, 13.3; delever, at.ainod temert !IL warrasitert sound.-B.. Burart, V.S., 0, Moeales' Street, OlIlsrsI'lie' te Cavens ;sle Yard, ________ 410 C LsABB.-Powarrfsnl grey lMsre. 100, herbd: good wvorkler insinglegl eVIL or doublelsortcises scrtaicle for furniretusre Subscribers-only content

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