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  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    11 The Law for sending Goats to walk off Sins - 12 12 The Law against hanging men in chains- 13 13. The Law against pardoning men convict of murder 13 14. The Law for saving your sou l with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bh:kingr, and Ott turning round, it was discovered that hmenaced -an at- tack oit one of Mr. GovGvt's pictures of Goats, painted as I large as life. The attention of the company Was imrnme diaiely directed to the spot, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    harked at tie well painted Goats of Mr. Galov-rR, and vwho professes to have made sorme pro- ficiency in understanding his canine ianguage, insists upon it that the Dog did not mean to frighten the Goats, hut' that it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Russian, Bear, the armed Rhiuoceros, and ilyrcanian Tyger." Mionlueys of all de'criptions wece rery ilentiful, and a few curious old Goats were di, tinguishable by a particular leer ! One fellow roared out-"4 Walk in Gemimeu, here's the Eagle of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1s 'Gregor so nFole a g rant, Iris friend olnserved that he was unrdersonoor to be the Sovereign of thc Goats, acd wvil known in EnOland by the Cname of Daddy Long Le-'s.-iMornisg Chroiricle. A gentleman who lias lately travelled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e. to Devils, who are called P, tufed hairy ones, because they appeared in the forme of l(Vrs or vild Goats. 'Thus the cruel Cannibals, who eats men and ivorship the Devil, .te Sad to weare the hair of their Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Old Ballymena: a history of Ballymena during the 1798 rebellion., 1857

    referred to as ' Ballynecabragh ' and ' Ballynacabra. ' The Irish word Cab- rac, signifies ' Belonging to the Goats . ' The lands are divided between hill and bog, and the former, till lately, were unproduc¬ tive, being Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    Hosiery, Lace, Linen, Macin¬ toshes, Mantles, Materials, Millinery, Para¬ sols, Petticoats, Shawls, Suits, Trimmings, Uniforms, & c. FARM.-Appliances, Cattle, Fodder, Goats , Pigs. FINANCIAL.-Businesses, Chambers and Apartments, Houses, Shares. FINE ARTS.-Appliances, Drawings, Engravings, Etchings, Frames, Oleographs, Paintings, Photographs, Prints, Scraps. Subscribers-only content

    Facts for Englishmen and Scotchmen about Ireland: being an answer to Irish Press Agency Leaflet No. 8, 1888

    the stock in 1867 , 1886 , and 1887 in the island :- Horses & Mules. Asses. Cattle. Sheep. Pigs. Goats . Poultry. 1867 1886 1887 541,686 167,233 578,299 196,245 587,021 200,121 3,707,803 4,183,924 4,157,409 4,835,519 3,366,043 3,378,417 1,235,191 1,263,142 Subscribers-only content

    Facts from Gweedore, 1887

    sweetness ; the root furnishes an astringent medicine; the leaves are said to be efficacious when applied to a wound. Goats and sheep eat this plant; cows and swine refuse it. It grows on the mountains of Westmor¬ land, Cumberland Subscribers-only content

    The land question, Ireland: Nos. 1-10, 13, 14., 1880

    Hoises, Cattle, Sheep and Pigs. Total value of Asses, Goats and Poultry. 1871 £20,801,988 20,325,405 32,930,204 36,956,276 £303,820 411,990 504,181 558,935 It is important to bear in mind that the Census Commissioners adhered in their estimate to the prices of Subscribers-only content


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