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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D- Gbitahaa.. YR YSGOL SABBOTHOL'. i 'Syr,-Da genym ddeall fod y rha 'bwysig hon o waith y cysegr yn cael rhyw gymaint o syiw ei Cyf- arfodydd Misol e'n Cyaanfiaoedd. Ond rhywfadd mewn' rhai lleoedd, 'Ar cyfryw hefyd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO BUILDIERS. New Chapel at VrtonC- - MSSyllte, near Llihgbllen. rHE Committee are prepared to receive tenders L for the above. Plans 'and. Specifications'to be seen at the British School, and.. tenders to be 'ad. dressed'to Mr.- J. H.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I D 16 rT-E O2 M _A S, o S URGERGEON, &C., > (Formerly Evaos Tkohias & Sons, Surgeons, P g 0 and Bone-Setters), , 145, NETHERFIELD ROAD, NORTH, M EiVERTON.. . Omnibuses -from Castle street pass the Door Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YE. HET. Pwy. feddylia y ai v GLuD wenn ? Ai nid y dano ydyw nad oes ganddo ewyllys na hawli 'wneyd y fath beth? Na, peidiwdh a chymeryd eich siomi, y mse y GOLEvAD yn honi iddo ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cymanfa y Methodistiaid yn brif, .*yl, neu uchel wyl 'I yrardal. 'H:::arad oedd-gweled y fath barch yn'nael ei Qdaia i'r Het Gorfi yn yfrardal-yr,'hol weithfeydd' r wedisefyll amnyr i'ylji a'r boll fasnachdai ya gaued- ; ig-mwy felly nag arf erol, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Gladstone rule: a retrospective commentary, 1885

    gangs-goes. Gart -caused. Girn-complain or grumble. Gleg-sharp. Glum-gloomy or cross. Grat-wept. Grew-shudder. Grippit-seized. Gude-good. Hantle-a number. Harried-robbed. Haverin ' -talking aimlessly. Hauds-holds. Heeds- heads. Het -hot. Hot trod-pursuit with blazing turf on a spear-point across the Border in former times. Subscribers-only content

    Deer forests: national wastefulness., 1888

    then Earl of Sutherland appealed for eleven hundred men to fight tinder his banner wherever he chose to go, and that fourteen hundred loyal Highlanders at once presented themselves, and A-cvvxci It-HiihJL. ~- U. \ < _ ,s/ciU. & Het Subscribers-only content

    What is the real value of a government?, 1845

    authouty of this Act VII And be it Enacted, That it shall be lawful for the said Commis¬ sioners of Het Majesty's Treasury to issue and apply fiom time to time all such sums of money as shall be laised Subscribers-only content

    What is the real value of a government?, 1845

    for any time during which he shall hold any suth civil place oi employment of profit (except as afoiesaid) undci Het Majesty bevond the seas, or undei any ochei government, other than that of a bairack inastei under the Master Subscribers-only content

    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    , at Dur¬ ham Abbey . II. Thomas. Ill- George,bp. 6 Jan. 1621 ; d.inf. IV. George of Bond- gate, Appleby , bap 23 Jan. 1624 . 1. Martha, mar. Robert Collingwood , of Het - ton, co. pal. J^ Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stockton on Tees

    the 14th and early 15th century, the earliest on record bein g that of 1358, when Walter Denand and Henry Het leased the borough for a rent of £5. 157 The rent in 1419 was £4 6 s . 8

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 March 1692, 8 March 1693

    2,8O Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1692, none to be difpenfed with from attending His Majefty, without Leave of the Houfe. King attended fhe ]7ar j of Bridgewater acquainted the Houfe,&quot; That M°u&quot;inyhBill. &quot; he and the Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1701, 19 May 1701

    other Revenues of the Crown. ct 12. That, by the Direction of the faid Lord Som¬ mers, the faid Humphry Het beringten, Richard Adny, Samuel Newton, Leonard Hancock, and John War¬ ner, furrendered feveral of the faid Rents to them Subscribers-only content

    14 December 1703, 14 December 1703

    Queens .Bench; which was agreed to lie on the Table : After hearing this Day the Lord Chief Jtiftice of Het Maiefty&apos;s Court of Queen&apos;s Bench, it is this Day Or. 5« Copy of the Treatywkh thc &quot; for Tr00Ps&gt; Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1707, 15 March 1708

    is Ordered, by the&quot; Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled. That the Addrefs of this Houfe prefented to Het Majeity, and Her Majefty&apos;: moft Gracious Anfwer thereunto^ fhall be forthwith printed and publifhed. Ddminus Cancellarius declaravit pra?fens Pafliiinefi- Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1708, 24 January 1709

    inftantis Januarii, hora undecima Auroras, Dominis lie decernentibus. fi Crofts &al. After hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal of Het. Majefty&apos;s Attorney General, from a Decree of Difmiffion made in the Court of Exchequer, in a Caufe there lately Subscribers-only content


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