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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has kept for its own perpetual behoof, THE ONE INSTITUTION. 4" Who can despair of Governments that passes a Soldier's Guardhouse, or meets a redcated man on the streets! That a body of men could he got together to kill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evpning, General Gourko succeeded in occupying the Turkish entrenchmonts at that place, with the exception of one redoubt near the Guardhouse. Dnrintr the night the Turks abandoned all their "positions, and early oln thle- following morning the Russians commenced pursuing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a provisional cotmmittee appointed to carry out the arrangements. Naw GUArRDeOUSs AT ren TownR. - The new and extensive Tower Guardhouse is now within measuable distance of completion, and but little effort is required tolfinish it. It has been built Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    removed. When 2140 is obtained, there are promises then available which will cancel the whole debt. Mr. D. Brigg, of Guardhouse, Keigbley, very generously gave the Rev. T.Davies (who was supplying for the Rev. J. Tattersfield) £5 towards this object. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Athiesis, WV.; Eubree, E. Halt almost in sight of guard-house to breakfast. BY Pass of Dececleia, 3,000 feet above sea. Guardhouse. Frateruise with four soldiers. Alarni on descending to plain. Alexander senlt onl with ErSkbsO's toe (.f) to troops seen Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 March 1785, 8 March 1785

    a Stable and Coach-house, situate near the Guardhouse, in the Palace of White¬ hall aforesaid, and the Passage between the said Bake¬ house, Watergate, and Scotland Yard, and the Passage behind the said Guardhouse, leading to the Granary Lodging, and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    on the new ground -------- To complete the 44 new Sawpits on the new ground --------- To complete the new Guardhouse, with additions to the Pay Office ------ To lay down additional Pipes to convey Water to every part of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    at Cork, to 24 March 1805 inclusive - Major General A. Campbell; to defray the Expense of fitting up a Guardhouse and Prison at Belfast ii> 1803 ------. 9S £. s. d. 1,604 564 453 325 8 11 9 17 Subscribers-only content

    First report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the municipal corporations in Ireland., 1835

    other markets and tolls Corporation gallery in the cathedral - Fine and costs of lease of guardhouse - Repairs of ditto - .._-_- Guardhouse at Thomond Bridge - Repairs of the almshouse „ diocesan school - Sundry charities ------- Repairs Subscribers-only content

    I. Public works and buildings. Estimates, &c. Civil services. For the year ending 31 March 1850., 1849

    • - - . The- Under Secretary's Lodge - . - The Lord Lieutenant's Coach-house, Stable, and Farmyard -----.- Cavalry Guardhouse, and Stables - The Laundry ----».. £. Add 5 per cent, for Contingencies - - Royal Hospital, Kiluainham : Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The frontier question between British Guiana and Venezuela., 1891

    class in Barama. " One in Suddie, on the bank of the Essequibo. *' There is also a Customs' and Guardhouse in Barima, an Inspector of Mines in y each district. Mr. Im Thurn and Mr. McTurk are the special Subscribers-only content

    A voyage to the new colony of Berbice in 1735., 1877

    an hour in width, and an hour in length: whence it takes six days to reach Fort Nassau . The Guardhouse is to be passed first where is to be reported immediately what ship it is, and the ship must Subscribers-only content

    On Chusan., 1856

    itself on the north; Trumball and Macclesfield islands on the south ; Grove Island and Beacon Rock on the east; Guardhouse and Tea Island on the west. It is well landlocked, the water varying from four to eight fathoms ; Subscribers-only content

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