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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saiah Jones, RHaban, Deabiglhhi!e, farmer. W. Fawkner, tiiddrrmlnster, fursitire dealer. S. French, Slimbridge, Gloaceste shire, out if business. C. Dean, Hury, Lancashire, li ensed victualler. S. P. Halt, Sefflield, razr iasnefiacturer. WV. Gartand, Weotoclster near-Strsud, out of business. T. Lt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smith; Miss Kate Terry, Mis rloghes, Mrs Stephens, LMre St AHenlry..* And A SLICE OF THCE MeASSrHO3PClRke .G.M TaylorD . Hury . Stephenon. K. Pitt and M.iss A. Seamaen. Ada C- E- Webb, slieida- BET MRI . Mesr. J.ClyoG Subscribers-only content

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    £12.; ideo General, to lXHarbosne, ,12.-Soao Bzasar Itegiatry, 126, Sohiolili. c1784 7 FjUS MAID.-Wanted, respectnlble.Girl, age about 20, fur b0 Hury o neon houso.-Apply, Urs. Barrab, Mdarket Place, Wedioca. Ily bury c1748 7 OSEM iDexperiencod) immediteyWanted. Wages L18. - Al Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    misCELLANEOiUS. olted ilorsesoes~ and old Cart-tyres.-AddreiiB, liave price. T. 73._Dtatly Post. oS953_ 001 and Lo h ra ndRolintDeliVer~'for a , 't{I-ja 16 fect loug, elelivered at Sitanilfiald Trou o-_[ fg),-1Vaitef-oingt Coucern in above; IVI.11 ,Njjn 1 pddrz 94,DailyPont. ch1ll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to appropriate. 'The jury, after a very short deliberation, found the two remaining pirisoners gniltv. The Clerk of Arraignus : Hury, Stephenson, sen., You are also charged that you have been previously con- victed. Ile~ura' St ephenson : Twelve years Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 December 1709, 5 December 1709

    1694, on reading a Pe-» 41 V^T" lUS S f* €•* „ j the One and Thirtieth of January, in Hury. l^ relation to a Judgement of this Houfe given on the Tenth of December, upon a Writ of Error, Subscribers-only content

    Report Respecting The British Fisheries., 23 May 1798

    the Average Ex- penditure, Two Wafh per Band, this is more perhaps than would be really neceffary, but in the Hury of the Filhtry fome Matters will be more lavifh than others; then tie Weather makes a deal of Difference, Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1795, 20 February 1795

    read a Second Time., Mr, ifrtfcftAHrtfc reported from the Committee, to Buruty whom the Petition of the several Persons thereunto Hury ft^ subscribed, on Behalf of themselves and others, Inha- ^ bitautsof the Townships of i»ur«%, /idier^Atftfi E-rotj, i/dstott, 7tefioo£jAaz£-.Bo£tfA, Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1828, 26 February 1828

    and committed to Sir William Heathcote, &c. : And they are to meet this After¬ noon, in the Speaker's Chamber. Hury Gas Mr. Blackburne reported from the Committee on the Petition, Petition of several Owners and Occupiers of houses, lands Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Select Committee on the Land Revenues of the Crown; with minutes of evidence, and appendix., 1833

    Aj j->«!ifJix, N*n. 2. — ^t vtemext of Lcases of IIol-ses, the PnnrEnTV of The Cnmvx, in London and Middle tex, having less Uian Ten Years to run, &c — continued. I. of r n e m r s Subscribers-only content


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