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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y LL1NEELLAU h. Ar ol John Thomas a Thomas Parry, o Blaenanerch, y rhai a 3h fuant feirw yn y Diamond Fields, South Affrisa. e iMae fy nghalon bron ymdori, Treigla 'r dagrau lawr yn Di', Dros fy ngruddian, ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t t~~~~mL%. :Jfrdd M. B.B.yunohf yi a fendithi yrArgl*yddb Yr- ydym yp meddwl m xio on oa foddv Diamond, %*y mie ydedd. WX~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1 .oppyflr}in'.Ry f Esh gng egW~iqa r dpcy A~ Adcdod a j~,ti, 2d wmh jl pc Bebdltyo y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lc., a 49. 9c., oddiwrth y perchenog, JACOB HuGHES, Apothecaries Hall, Llanelly. RHYBUOD- Gofaler cael y Trade Mark (sef lun Diamond) ar bob blwch, heb hyn twyll ydyw. "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE." CLARKE' S WORLD-FAMED g1BLUOJJD MIXTURE Trade Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llc., a 4s. 9c., oddiwith y perchenog, JACOB HUGHES, Apothecaries Hall, Llanelly. RHfYBUDGD Gofaler cael y Trade Mark (sef llua Diamond) ar bob blwch, heb byn twyll ydyw. FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE." r A K 'm.Er-1 ' S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is. lbI., 2S. 9C., 4s. 6c. Drwy y post, is. 3c., 2s. lc., a 4s. 9c., oddiwrth y perchenog, JACOB HUGHES, Apothecaries Hall, Llanelly. RHYBUOD- Gofaler cael y Trade Mark (sef Run Diamond) ar bob blwch, heb byn twyll ydyw. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Stealing the Crown.

    and a fair Diamond fell off, and were lost for a while, with some other smaller Stones. But the Pearl was found by Katharine Maddox (a poor Sweeping Woman to one of the Warders) and the Diamond by a Barber's

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    fatal Execution, but by a Jo y as fatal; at the gracious Message sent him from the King, with a Diamond Ring, brought by Wriothesly the King's Secretary; assuring him how fully satisfied the King now was in his Innocency;

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Regalia.

    Amethyst, garnished with Table Diamonds; and upon the Mound, a Cross wholly covered with precious Stones, with a large Table Diamond in the Centre. The Queen's Sceptre with the Cross, also of Gold, adorned with Diamonds and other precious Stones;

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. St. Katharine Creechurch.

    remaining Son of William and Anne Beeston , born in Jamaica , died May 30. 1681 . William Foster , Diamond -Cutter, 1687 . Hanbury Walter , 1690 . Anne, Mary, Katharine, Sarah, Daughters of Michael Godfrey , Merchant. Whereof

    Book 3, Chapter 12 Faringdon Ward without. [Present State.]

    being made Publick for Tipling, and leud Sort of People. In this Lane is Bell Alley , as also Three Diamond Court, both small and ordinary. Chich lane, an ordinary Place, both for Buildings and Inhabitants. It comes out of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    St. Catherine's Society

    Henson , afterwards bishop of Durham , was elected a fellow of All Souls and W. S. Unwin won the Diamond Sculls; the scholarship and the oarsmanship of the Unattached henceforth ceased to be a subject for undergraduate wit. 3

    Parishes Durnford

    the 19th century the road was superseded as the main route between Great Durnford and Amesbury by a road through Diamond bottom and the turnpike road. 13 There were evidently east-west roads between the Marlborough road and the Avon in

    Wrockwardine Wood Wrockwardine Wood 1847

    Cockshutt Piece, apparently in the 18th century. At the Nabb scattered squatters' cottages were erected, to which some terraces, like Diamond Row, were added in the 19th century. At the Moss and around the church, there were, as well as

    Sport, ancient and modern Pastimes

    Walton Eights and Walton Junior Eights at Walton , and the Coronation Cup at Kingston Regatta in 1906 . The Diamond Sculls were won for the club five times in succession by J. Lowndes , from 1878 to 1883 .

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 The economy, 1871-1914 : the limits of reorientation

    20-2). The growth of the Chester Co-operative Society was even more rapid. The first shop was a grocery in Black Diamond Street which opened in 1884 . The society moved into the city centre in the 1890s , and by

 

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