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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SnipOsuvLE.-William Orme Foster. of Apley n ball Charles John Morris, of Oxon; and Ivilliam h romI Montague Hutton Harrop, of Gatten. w iere STAFYORDsUmE.-Alfred Charles Duncombe of Co, to Abbey, Ashbourne; Philip Lancaster BrockjehUrt4 S to Swotbamley Park, Macclesold ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5S'e were twice reorded In favour of SI. Miedard. Taeiesmas was I taya ;ol.Teewsdstntopsto to Wild Thyme e tsogs100t40wstenaotIarfr. St. Gatten and Boreo ereeals oedbuenes a 10 to6.For tue Manchester CupPeritaII.cane iti a sah t 10 to8,the last transaction bein Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENic.. P6CIGKOES . eti A more unpopular Derby I never remember, tise cheering being agst ;or- of the faintest and most lukewarm character when,0Charles.Weedl -C' the and S. Loates returned to the weighing paddock, after. their 0 of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    start)-takea. 3 1 Borneoband Florence coupled-t. and w. 4 1 Chislehurst and Carrie Roy coupled-taken. 100 40 Florence and St. Gatten 'eoplsd; 1, 2, 3-S, Tzir ST. Lxoan. 375 to 100 agst Busybody--offered; 4 to l wanted. 6 1 .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SOCIETY OF BRASSWORE. Last evening as meeting of the Birmingham branch of the National Society of Amalgamated Brassworkers was held in the Priory Rooms, for the purpose of considering the special article which appeared in the Daily Post Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Carl Mauch's reisen im inneren von Süd-Afrika 1865-1872., 1874

    Familie bereits von meinem Berufe als Klip- nuiker (Jemand, der an alien Steinen herumklopft) in Kennt¬ niss gesetzt; die ihren Gatten an Embonpoint sehr iiber- treffende Frau konnte aus solohem Berufe nicht klar wer¬ den, witterte jedoch Unrath und schdpfte Subscribers-only content

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