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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    they have had the Conservation and Correction of the River of Thames , and of all Trinckes, Nets, and other Gins , whatsoever, in the Rivers of Thames and Medway placed, and have used to make a Sub-Conservator under them.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :-Mr. Robert Williams, Brunswick;Buildings, arnarvoc'; Mr. J~hn Thiom~aa LlanFair~ll Au glesea, Mr. HEugh Williamns,. Sea View, 4~bergele; '1. o Robertis; Gins Fr~m,, eear ,,)epbig; 'Mi ! Willialm Edwards, Ruthin Brewery, Rkuthia; Mr. l3. R'obit-s; Auctioneer; TY"n-y-cefn, C°rwn . HO-P ANt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chono boo Pgaoy Parchy John Oweii, Ty'sn.fwys Pri , .... .a. ... Mj-114"yligoC torawl`,ynr;-,Bisted~fdGeedeho Caerlle Dna Mddi, lS3SX c(OwobfrVP'UO I Gins aX ugarn, g An y, Parch. David rit Y gan Parch. oh agolt,| gao i!~B~i9 a y P~ec.LEwia .D.arch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr gyfredinol ynraW: y7 haidl'r nynbaafufodn 'ddiwoddlaaeho gvrynL amieor na arferoL. :Marwaridci, at Y f a-n, aeddys faooanb 'mon lid- Gins addagn s y id h n dnedd i brnan mwy na digon,' diwaMln en goon pruenol, Ai worthwyd ond. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . - ii .J7 1'.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~,' Parch. D.-CHA.RLE3 Y4~&~B5B 44~Ba4D 7': 0 7kedu Rktf \r 6f - 0jmrau^:, ,fai sr-N4-diR4.BEL I Gins 6 GWESI YSO-R-TH : dy - P;,;S ~ar~s;#!s .hr>.: f.- TiE53-1an c*,lif ., ,:, 3 <.ygbne+ wy gi Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Yr un nod. Yn bvn oll yr yvdvn ni tror anhunanol ag y gall neb vn hp wdd fod. Gins o'n rhan ein hunain, er ein bod yn bersonol allan o berygI ez's dyadiau, hoel a fyd.io, nis gallwn Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Yes; I think the Blowing Machine is a very superior Machine for taking the Dirt out; but as to the Gins for taking out that Dirt and the Remains of the Seed, I know nothing of them ; but I Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Cotton, called Whitney&apos;s Saw Gins, Two of which we shall transmit to your Presidency with the Cotton Seeds. We have desired our Agent to send us a Description of the Method of using the Saw Gins in North America, and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    the Negroes in the Southern States are employed to work it.&quot; We cannot, therefore, entertain any doubt of the Saw Gins being suitable to the Process of cleaning Cotton by the Natives of India. We also conclude, that the Indian Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1834, 25 April 1834

    enter into such &quot; Coal or other Mines, and for that Purpose to make f: use of any of the Gins, Ropes or other Tackle belong- &quot; ing to such Mines for being let down or drawn up, and &quot; Subscribers-only content

    Report From The Committee Appointed to consider of the Coal Trade of this Kingdom., 2 June 1800

    that Colliery. What do you mean by the Capital of that Colliery ?-—— The finking of Pits, ere&ing Fire Engine, Gins, laying Waggon Ways, Waggons, and eredting a Staith, and all other Materials neceffary for working the Colliery. I do Subscribers-only content

 

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