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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    45 Oxford street, W. SLER'S CRYSTAL GLASS CHANDELIERS. Wall Lights, and Mantel-piece Lustrcs, fer Gas and Candles,-'T'able Glass, &c. Glass Dimmer Services for 12 persons, fromt 16s. Glass Dessert de. do. do. from eL. All Articles marked in plain figures. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thrnipeon'R Inkermanes; artists proof; 1 218 481n. by 28 in. 19 guineas .-Addlreao, 0. 11, Daily Post, o7121 - -OR Dimmer, Tea, and Toilet Sets, cue Donna osplendlid assort - ir IL memmt, for cottage or mension ; uClebrateel Coal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the balance reimainning inn the hands itti0 'Tremrrnnrr, RrorUr11tilrc to £78, Is. 2it., towritds drirnyling pare of lrctiir,X nbeneirelin grtivigar Dimmer to thre Uneienploiyed Poor tieic-iirof hror Majesty's Visit on Tuesdary next, -Dated this tIon uyof Jatte, 1808, JAMES CORDER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out ,esn i lays after pulre.iissp Es' 1Fiues iior is utrest. Baks od, trd rofits divided every quiemtee N.B-A Free Dimmer for thelMcule ersuike isac on Thai's- ulay next, cit Sit o'clock pi.n), null it Share willl be Sold. 342 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    work T a T Saw. Wages no objcot fora Srcteclass Hand. None osthser need apply. Apply, by letter, to Jaree Dimmer, Saw Mill, Seotiand Read, Lircrpool. 1140 W ANTED, a Single Young 31AN, to look after a Horse. and W Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 December 1699, 4 December 1699

    or a Dozen Double Reals still resting in the Exa¬ minant's Hand: His Piece of Gold he sold to Mr. Dimmer, for 41. odd Money. Thomas Way. Taken the Day and 1 ear within mentioned, before us Elisha Cooke, Isa. Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1705, 5 February 1706

    7lffreys, Sir Wm. Phippard, Mr. Vincent, Mr. Vol.15. ton Eftate. Reynell, Mr. Rulteel, Mr. johnfon, Mr Bacon, Mr. Chambers, Mr. Dimmer, Mr. England, Mr. Nicholfon; Mr. Calthorpe, Mr. Skippon, Sir Robert Davers, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Clayton, Sir Rufiout Cullen, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1749, 17 April 1749

    Mr. Comyns, Sir Danvers Ofiorne, Mr. Cornewall, Mr. Peachy, Mr. Crew, Mr. James Pelham, Sir Francis Drake, Mr. Powlett, Mr. Dimmer, Mr. Prowfe, Mr. Edwin, Mr. Richards, Mr. Edgecumbe, Mr. Sloper, Earl oiEgmont, Sir Hugh Smithfon, Sir John Elzvell, Sir Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1749, 1 December 1749

    Mr. Townjhend, Mr. Compton, Mr. Wefl, Mr. Tracy, Sir Thomas Hales, Mr. Fane, Mr. Charlton, Mr. Scrope, Mr. Hay, Mr. Dimmer, Mr. Carmichael, Mr. £//«, Mr. Comptroller, Mr. Vernon, Sir ^w. /r£y, Mr. Talbot, Colonel Powlett, Mr. Amyand, Mr. Coffo, Subscribers-only content

    10 November 1768, 10 November 1768

    offering to poll feveral Per- fons who were not made agreeable to the faid Bye Law, the Petitioner and Mr. Dimmer produced and read to the faid Mr. Warner the faid Bye Law, and alfo the faid Re* Solution, and Subscribers-only content

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