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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wolverley

    Vroggemore 15 (xiv cent.); Lords Meadow, High Holborough 16 (xvi cent.). Socombe, Aylesbury , Buryton, Berrington , The Flosses or Flaws , Draclow and Buryhalle have been found on the manorial rolls. 17 MANORS The early history of WOLVERLEY presents

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was seldom known to Praise or Commend; The talents in which she principally excelled. Were difference of Opinion, and discovering Flaws and Imperfections. She was an admirable Economist; Atid, wsithout Prodigality' Dispensed Plenty to every Person in her Family; BUT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inn. }I' c ailsearn Chapel sireet, Clerkenwell, builder. [Fesennieyer, Bedford row. r. <l StoryS Olncnlnrsin felds law stationer. [Lawrance and Flaws, Old Jewrly Z o Fetterlane,wpawnbroker. [Adcock, Copthallbuildings, Throgrnorton rA. Powell, Little Mlav, Staffordshire, engineer. [Powell, Birmingham. W. Wall, Bridenbnryr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the fact that there were several flaws in the procedure under this law, admitted by the Chief Justice, but declared by him to be immaterial, and dwelt upon as material by Justice McLean. Flaws in procedure less material have saved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it is better as a straight- forward and earnest exhibition of some of the ugly blots in our social system. Flaws might be pointed out in the delineation of Meg's character and its modifications. But these are trifling in comparison Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it, lotting Miachines, 1ano ind, lPinionss. Couidtiti: Beoxt-, &e. irnitl Cist.eres, heavy Wirater aitd Steaini Tiltin, Cranes,, Tramu andC Stone Flaws. SlT-k rottghs, Tools, Fire-hose, irnut Larrion, Iron allo iMltotil, Set-an. I~' Air Cytindt-rs, Itarnaus Doors arid Born. Also, itt Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Single Works, 1875

    THE VATICAN 79 1. Its alleged Superiority 79 2. Its real Flaws 82 3. Alleged non-interference of the Popes for Two Hun¬ dred Years 88 VIII. ON THE INTRINSIC NATURE AND CONDITIONS OF THE PAPAL INFALLIBILITY DECREED IN THE VATICAN Subscribers-only content

    Single Works, 1875

    ALLEGIANCE ACCORDING TO THE VATICAN . 1. Its alleged Superiority. 2. Its real Flaws . 3. Alleged Non-interference of the Popes for Two Hundred Years. Not satisfied with claiming to give guarantees for alle¬ giance equal to those of their Subscribers-only content

    Single Works, 1875

    exercise, or pretended exercise, of the deposing power. Have they been given up We shall presently see.J 2. Its real Flaws . Cooks and controversialists seem to have this in common, that they nicely appreciate the standard of knowledge in Subscribers-only content

    Report of the Land Nationalisation Society. 1881/3., 1883

    Conference held at the Westminster Palace Hotel :- Eesolution I.-Moved by Mr. Wm . Volckman, seconded by Mr. Gordon G. Flaws : " That private property in land is the monopoly by a few of an element essential to human Subscribers-only content

    Vaticanism: an answer to reproofs and replies, 1875

    THE VATICAN 79 1. Its alleged Superiority 79 2. Its real Flaws 82 3. Alleged non-interference of the Popes for Two Hun¬ dred Years 88 VIII. ON THE INTEINSIC NATUEE AND CONDITIONS OF THE PAPAL INFALLIBILITY DECEEED IN THE VATICAN Subscribers-only content

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