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  • * British History Online *

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    Statements, 1883, Ironmongers' Company

    ward of officers. 21. The liberties of the cittie of Derrie and Colraine shall extend three miles every way. 22. That the cittie shall have such further liberties to the Derrie and Colraine as upon view of the charters of

    Declared Accounts, Navy, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    11 Heureuse , Le Pommeais Poitevin, Commander 14 11 3 Rusee , James Stafford, Commander 11 1 10 Envoy , Derrie, Commander 12 1 10 La Tour de Montforte , Francis Walkaniere, Commander 2 8 10 Surprenante , Anthony Bratton,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DI I "I it EVES !' I&IIF 'L.T~r~r hAN1D ",Il CIIOtUJS. COj' LE. i IV' werli r AY41.11 AIY t,,Jroijl yr. n6t rhoL oi 2 'i~ll' ovc lt, h olA,' 'C * Itt' riewaiitr 'heWII A~r'r to I~no~r' o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOMESTIC SERVANTS. TIM20¶'F by a eeprtbl r'iadeuenan's Dauighter; aged 10,. a W' ll."tl~n. to -Aeit a .Motiler with it family, or light UHtousehold Dthlies. Address, T1? 71, IDail loot. - t fiI"Aii I; t-aWItii--,i-1TII, tii I--illi, y.x-.Apily, 1RichnInt te Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARKETS, TRADE, &c. (From thec London Nrewt Prire Current of Dee. 24.j SUGAn-For British Plantation there wits a good demand last week irom the grocers, p .rticularly fur coloury ,orts; the refiners also purchased to a I-air extent, anid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in.Waiiogon,67, Skinner-lane. T~'O b SOD, hea, oe 8tonandone 30-cwt. Derrick iL ~kAH, wit jis. 4fi log ech.Also one 1.ton Stand Derrie. Aply in. lnrralous, Prvidece oursiry, 8tanningley.. ¶ )beSOLD, very cheap, one Semi-dry BRIUK- T.JMAI?1eN MIACHINqE, and one of NtOiHOtS'i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SECONID IE.D.TfON. THI.S D.AY'S NEWS. LB Y MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.] NE IVS-LET7TV OFFICE, Saturday, Oneis o'clock, p.,. THE ROYAL CHARTER. Some insurances were elbceterl at Lloyd's on the bullion by the Royal Charter at 25 per cent. Tieo Times, Daily Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Economist [1843- ] ., 1867

    skilled labour required, nor any costly machinery, and returning handsome profits to the investor. — Robert M. A loway, the Derrie ;, Ballybrittas, Queen's County, Ireland * PIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. \J — CANDIDATES PREPARED by two gentle¬ men in H.M. Subscribers-only content

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