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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plates by Cruikshank.-On SATURDAY, the 3rd of January, will be put blished, heautifully printed asd hot-pressed, No. 1, price 3I. of TH~nIFE and EXPLOT ofDNQIXOTE, embellished wls beautify Wood Engravings, from designs by R. Cruakshank. H L A Number Subscribers-only content

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    Sales.oe;go wapemsan.- and G.res Wr eirmsCopoationAStreet, Maw 3 Goodson, .33, Rirkgnte, Brudoord. cIS d 7~ECHANIC Wanted, need to Cutting and7 Cupping Machines, AlR and Cut~ting-eft Lacho; permanent job to gooclinaa,-Boyoe and Son, Alegorcr Acreet Works. eL7! iTNYouths, Dlnyo 11 cla&sses) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'HfANTLES.- Wanted two good &ltea on Hands.-W. D. lvi Richardson. 105, Bull Street- 0374 ~jEClT&6NIC, Wanted, used to Cutting and Cupping Machine M alond Cutling-of! La-the: permanent job to good mani.- Boycesaj and Son, Alcester Street Works. 03027 ~ MEIIN, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    used horse, builders yard.-Adds-oss, partiritleim, 221 L 3_Daily Post. rOOM-12 5A-N (thoroughly competent) Wanted,uss to Making Tools for 2luttwog asmi Cupping Machines. Good w-ages to a steady man ltWASN (singie, young) wavtesI, to inako himself useful.-ldr. iLrecu, A.efreshbnoeb Sual, Matarket Subscribers-only content

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    q5668 NAN Wanted. enied horse, builders' yard.-Address, particulars, df.221. laialy Foot. c1492 Tt/AN,)bruhycrleet atd e oMkn Tools for .LLCtting oud Cupping Macblos. Godwage to tayman -Akddress, P., Daily Pest. 540 *iAN (single, young) 'Wanted, tie make himsel ueeful-Mr. M dLtrecn, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    appeared to be spreading to her brain, causing a dozing heaviness , coupled with a sharp pain in her head. Cupping and bleeding were resorted to; on July 30 it became clear that the Queen ' s illness would turn

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