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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The University of Cambridge The Botanic Garden

    Thomas Martyn , with the help of the first Curator, Charles Miller , son of Philip Miller of Chelsea . Glasshouses and a lecture room for the professor were built and the teaching of botany in Cambridge , which was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    four horses, Carriage House, Harness Room, Man's Rooms, Ste. There is a good Kitchen Garden, and ahanrdnome Conseratory end other Glasshouses. Leasehold for Lifty-n~ine years. Ground rent £10 For partculars and cards to view, apply to Chessloire, Gibson, Son, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    01ST - BiJLUnIiOGeS ouompriss Stabling for ionr horses, 0 The-Trhi~ge is a goo~d Kitc~hsean Goarmdenanad9 aRha ndstoome Conservatoryand S Lother Glasshouses. R . o parehticuar f eran~d cuaerds eto vie~w. atpply to Ch~eashire, Gibson, Sbn. T .and Fowler, Land Agent, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wine Cellars. The Out~bscilclirgs comcprise Stabling for four horses, double Car- riage Unites, Harness Roons. Coachman's Roosms. &so. . The Glasshouses comprise a Conservatory, a Fernery and Hot- house, antI two ranges of Franmes. The Grounds arc undulating and nicely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    known as the ` STmrnoRs=AR id R lNoonfrcN,' in tbe oe ipation of Mrm Gumn, with the GADENX, at GROUNDS, GLASSHOUSES, -and the GOODWILL of the it Business of a FLORIST and GARDENER, now carried on bytlh x proprietor Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l'AMILY RESIDENCE, at Trysull.-To be LET or SOtD, with s immediate possession, thea commodious RESIDENCE. with Pleasure and Kitchen Gardens, Glasshouses, arid Croft of Land, belonging to and lately occupied by Mr. James Shelley.-ApplY to Aston and Soliom, Auctioneers. Wolverhampton. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    I am not aware of that Fact; but I think it is probable that they are so used in the Glasshouses and other Manufactories. Are they not used in all the Houses, not only in Newcastle, but in the West Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    id - Salaries,, in Scotland; 1832, - - - -•• ¦ -,--,-¦- •'- 357 Glass : 364. — Number of Glasshouses, 1826 — 1832; Duty charged on Flint and Plate Glass; Drawback and Allowances each year - 359 579-— Glass Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of parliamentary reports, and a breviate of their contents: arranged under heads according to the subjects. 1696-1834., 1834

    Places. Restrictions. R*:vcnue. G. Gauging. Manner of gauging malt in Herts, and time the gauge is taken, fi. 1 1. Glasshouses. See Duty. Heavy Lands. See Barley. Hertfordshire. See Barley. Malt. Prosecutions. Hertfordshire Mall. Process of malting in. Hertfordshire, 5, Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    and 51 Geo. III. for the Abolition of 40, 9S. Smalts- prohibiting the making of, within a certain Bistancc of\ Glasshouses - -'- - - - - _ -j .Smuggling, for subjecting Foreigners to Arrest and Detention for,-, within certain Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    cre¬ dit, in the compare between the account taken of the materials by gauge and the weight of glass produced. Glasshouses (in general) at which there are no fires, but which houses are not wholly silent, are smveyed twice a Subscribers-only content

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