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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~~PRSN DSILN rhere is much curious and valuable matter in " the Fifth Report of Committee of the Society for the Improvement of Prison' Dis- 0ple &c PY recently published; and those who know how much the Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    st. Cheapside, merchant. [Kirkman and Co. Cannon st. C.F. Bullivant, Swadincote, Derbyshire. [Jamnes,Charlotte row, Mansioub. W.T. Roper, jun. Houndsditch, carpenter. [Crank, Unior court, Broad st. J. Powell, Bishopsgate street, grocer. [Brough, Shoreditch. W. H. Briant, Oliver terrace, Mile End road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ENGINE.-FOR SALE, an r eight-horse posver high pressure STEAMi-ENGINE, with Boiler, nearly nesw. Also. a tsve-bacrel three-inch Engine Pump, with Crank, &c. complete-Address, post paid, to Y, 6 Bull Head court, Neswgate street. FURS.-BOURNE and SON, 19 Lanmb's Conduit Fstreet, Subscribers-only content

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    EDUCATIONAL BOOKS Published by JOHN W. PARKER, West Strand, London. Dr Russell's English Grammar. Tenth Edition, Is. Cs!. Easy Poetry for Children. Third Edition, Is.6d. The Instructor; or, Progressive Lessons in General KnowMledge. With Questions Upon each Lesson. Ill Subscribers-only content

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    PRICE ONE SHILLING, MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE. Edited by DAYID MASSON. No. XKVIII, for FEBRUARY, 1862. CONTEXTS: I. A Quiet Nook; or, Vagaries ofa old Bachelor. In Four Chapters. By jolha EtffIrli, Author of Lorenzo Benoni,' 'Doctor Antonio,' &dc. Chap. 1.-How Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hardhorn-with-Newton

    . 10 d . a year; Estcourt and Payne, Engl. Cath. Nonjurors , 133. She also had a house at Crank in Rainford . In 1722 Christopher Gradwell, trustee, conveyed to new trustees the capital messuage of Staining , late


    1766), John (d. 1784), John (fl. 1832), Wm., fam., Crabb , John, Rob., Craig , Hugh, Crane , Sam., fam., Crank , Jane, Cranmer , Thos., Abp. of Canterbury , Crauford , Sir Alex ., Bt., Cecilia, Jas., Jane, see


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