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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 26 February 1552, 26 February 1552-26 February 1552

    26 February 1552 Veneris, 26 Februarii Featherbeds. 1. The Bill for good Feathers to be put in Feather-beds. Isle of Wight, 1. The Bill for Farms in the Isle of Wight, above Ten Marks by Year. Treason. L. 2. The

    Glossarial index

    15, 19; illuminations for, xxxviii, xxxix; list of, mentioned, lii. ( See also Ascension day, Corpus Christi, Good Friday, etc.). Featherbeds , 40, 45, 121. Febyll' , adj . feeble, weak, 23. Feches , n. p . fitchews, 42. Fecissian

    Elizabeth, November 1584, 01 November 1584-30 November 1584

    Briane Cave, appointed therunto by the Lordes of her majesteis Counsaile, xxviij November 1584. xxvij mo Elizabethe Regine, etc ." Featherbeds, 56. Bolsters, 57. Pillows, 14. Blankets, 35 pairs. Coverlets, 51. Mattresses, 13. Wool beds, 6. Common bedsteads, 20. Standing Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three conpanie-thc Midland, Great-Eastern, n of and London and North-Western. ,ls BRASS BEDsTEADS.-Lower prices than ever. See f to waindows. Featherbeds, springmattresses greatvariety. lllus- a trated price list post free on application.-Bull Street Bedstead r cil Comnany, 38, Bull Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chiraney Glasses. Fendera and Fire Irons Clocks and Time. or sieces, reclintnK Cllair, Bedsteads tasternlly hung with Drapery, at lIvegoosecoat Featherbeds, suPeriorwardrobef Mattrasees, bh mabogany IJYawer6. dressing Ola8seB, wash and dressing ot TaMes, Ijinen and Bedding, Bidet, chamber Cbairs, Tourel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    those E the which hafve tended to make his house ironmtongery establishimen h a515- most extensive in the kingdom.coth hich, Featherbeds .~.........from £1. 5 0 to £8 0 0 ten German spring mattresses..... 2 8 0, 70 0 1 hy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gh~e hewd can be had gratis; the pric2. i i libe fOall ill se1iatcsi ;5 ith those meet eteeisive intbhekietmdialas. Featherbeds ................. frosIlS 5 0 to ;£v 0 0 German spring mattreirss- ......... . 1., 80 ,,7 0 0 Patet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gratis, the prices will be found in harmony with those which havetedeci te onaka hishouse ironmongery establisbment the mostextensivein tbekingdom. Featherbeds ..........., ,..from £15 0 to £8 0 0 Germansprin mattresses ........ 2 8 0 7 0 0 Patentltheocliuebeds ............ Subscribers-only content

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