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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daily Fost. c8164 -_ rCNR.M 2A ER-ot.SToain -inStove, ~Grate, 7Flana~itchen-mragerFoundry.-Address, 5. 48, DalyPost. 08154 '-I ROCERA-Wautesi, a situation as Grocers' Ferter: willing to tmales himself genuerally useaful: ago 18, abstainer-Aipply, stating wages, to -. Lamhere Croughton, Brmokley, Northampton- -shire- 67337 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Woodd, Basil Thur. Fitzgesald, WT. IL S. Manners, Lord J. Wyndham. Sir Henry Forester',RtHon.Col. Blarr-l, Earl of Wyndham, Hon. H. Ferter, Sir George Maxwell, Hon. Col. Wynn, Colonel Frenklyn6, George W. Miles, Sir W. Wynn, Sir W. W. Calway, Viscorunt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aeseths lie Cotifectlaucr's or flair Iclresoer'o Shop, for trilling renmemratioio-" Alphia," lPoot (3111Ce, - leltenham,. cR259 t.N7ANTED. a SITUATION, an Ferter, siod to make himanef <'generally itoeful. Hai beean ai sea twelve scontha. AGe 20.- Aiitiy at 25, Brolunolrove Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'r heI DISPOSED 0F, asoordCOAL YARD, crornr of Denniro .T.Streel rnd Gooch Street.-Apply on Premitses. o431 NiirO SALE, Alo arid Ferter ST01138. Coming-in and Fixtures 12£00-Auldresz, T. 31._Dady Fooit. 01 BA FOUNDRY BUSINESS. ertabtiabed thirty yearn, for ASALB, In corirequence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TION ee above; or to Rent a Billiard Boone, or a Place of Truet. Seven Years' need rever.Aden .Smne oteram Ferter Storee, Rilneedowtn, Bristol. cR506 I~ANTED. by a ninyle young Man, a SITUATION an Soole. Throee W ey aral gooil Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, August 1-15, 1672, 01 August 1672-31 August 1672

    a grant to Viscount Grandison and Edward Villiers, of the lands of Castlekevin and the territory called the Fertry or Ferter, in the same form as the previous grants of 1 June and 31 August 1671, calendared in Calendar, S.P. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, April 1673, 01 April 1673-30 April 1673

    Grandison and Edward Villiers of the manor and lands of Castlekevin, and the territory or precinct called the Fertry or Ferter, all in Wicklow, now at the King's disposal, having been the property of Luke Foole (Toole) executed at Dublin Subscribers-only content

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