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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3mdtl--T3IC v X .en Chlollen D~ereentPeumtloy, Clmeitltutlon Hill lmnhm 4*~ if1 1A]NGINEiS (1?ortnblte), Cont~rifunbt Nurps, Saor6 rbslHr.~V ,n. -Field~Ing end Flett, G~loucester. ________c53 dCO1fUIB l. NIFNawr ndt 6ft, pen, AieTar MII i~l gie Ir;WcI X j.I Jlingnihceie.-1Barroweoo.I Sttwuirt, Banhury. cS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plug," ". MeLcod, Glasgow ; 3rd, ' Argyle," .J. F<. Alexander, Kirrirtmuir NI.B. - tBitches: 1st, " Bannockburn Lady," W. Flett, Denny, Stirlingshire; 2ud, "Tomnahurich I" W. McLcod; 3rd, "Scottish Queen," W. 1'Foster; Caclisle. WVE/STt TERHIsan-aI)OgS and bitches: National Challenge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    your carte de visits, which wil be duly returned unislaure with the opies, pet frme-Address, H. IL Dion, Manager, I, Flett Stree8 Loaden, PATEMTS'r0R;INV=M0IDIS5 ]FULL Indredom ha e obtalned bv anpply to pllr. ZDWAW J.n ! i PABa a FINAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being fortunately covered by in surances, The lower portion of the building was used as a pickle manufactory by Mesors. Flett, and the upper portion by Meapro. U'Corquodale, printers and stationers, wbo have lost an immense quantity of paper and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tIHEAr .PBSIAID ADVBETI MNT ~ coiteoth' InsrtlolO F tilt chisses Of ADVERTISEMENTS par~ticubrlOO& below, tbce f ollowing aro the chargee :- ~ d. Two lines (-nine wortds to a ihie0) . ... 0 6 DiLtto Three tugortiotril ..... 10 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case and Proceedings For and Against Mr. Jeronimy Clifford, Merchant and Planter of Surinam., 1 August 1719

    (45) ^/ rfoCottrt dt Windfor, rfo 9^ 0/ July, J 705; PRESENT The Q.U E EN&apos;s, rnoft Excellent Majesty in Council. UPON reading this Day at the Board a Report from the Lords Comraif- fioners of Trade, upon the Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1733, 8 May 1733

    Sir John Eyles and others: mZ&apos;tCm for filling up To return the Bill, intituled, &quot; An Aft for filling up Flett Ditch. ** fuch Part of the Channel of Bridewell Dock and Fleet &quot; Ditch as lies between Holborn Bridge Subscribers-only content

    18 November 1690, 18 November 1690

    Goodness of Cheese; for want of which the Cheesemongers in London have of late Years encouraged the Farmers to make Flett Cheese, whereby the Quantity of Butter sold with such Cheese is increased to Four Firkins in a Load; but Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1702, 27 March 1702

    the Cloudesly Gaily, complain¬ ing of the Escape of John Holder, of London, Merchant, out of the Prison of the Flett, where he was charged by the Lord Chief Justice Holt, for a Contrivance in taking out the Goods, and Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1770, 4 May 1770

    That MeflVs. Green arid Hall advifed him, that, probably, Admiral Matthews would unload the Cargo for the Ufe of the Flett: That Cap¬ tain Henry did not then appear; when he fhould, he would ufe his utmoft Endeavours to get Subscribers-only content


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