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  • * British History Online *

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    Accounts, December 1563 - December 1565

    viij d It'm Laide owte for Bookes for the vickare iiij d It'm Laide owte for puttinge in of A bill of p'sentmente iiij d It'm Laide owte when the vickear wente hyme Selfe viij d It'm Laide owte for

    Accounts, December 1569 - December 1569

    iiij d , for bromes j d , and for one dayes worke xij d v s j d It'm laide owt for one Dynner when we went to Newgate w th hyme that prented 17 the keye of the

    Records of the Cordwainers and Glovers, Company Proceedings, 1663-75

    . my brother wells was Alowed 9 d . More paide cristopher wells our now Mastar of Money which he Laide oute in Goinge to newport 2 s . 6 d . More paide for Edward thomas's fredome 8 d

    Accounts, March 1536 - March 1538

    d ob' S'm To lis of all this first yeres paymentis iiij li xvij s x d Charges paid and Laide out of and for the Churche vse in the seconde yere of this Accompt Wherof we the forsaid wardens

    Accounts, December 1555 - December 1557

    yearis xvj s Item paide to wyll'm waters for kepenge and skowrenge of the harneis theas two yearis x s Laide owte in o r ladys quarter in the ffyrst year of o r Chardge In primis paide to will'm

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nooli libraries ity thectsiost lpersevering scody. Tte weork in short has been thc labour of a life."-New Quarterly lleoie . Laide tSalherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Pateruesterrote. Also, DR PRICHARD on INSANITY, and other DISORDERS affecting the HIND. leo, 14s. cloth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with hine paiiit from I to 161i incluoioe; and 327 ALDER and ASH POLE'S, eeeaee-s with blue paInt, grawiug ean Laide ira the ocenpation of Mr. Menoteal, Lot 0 - 60 OAK. 10 ASH, and 14 ELM TREES, nomberert with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RLINCE OF WALESS THEATRE, Birmingbam-. . Leen and `riMerrIf Mrs. MaliritAitYnr. C0 ith Tots Iimedn 7tiilSI EVENt~lJne2. toI ntleidcotctdo with I Itl iliftig I`~isi litaw.'TRAILOF SIN ;'' n ocuewt THlE EiTRET~y ARABS." Mlositor, July 10 Enugagement of I r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    massoise"ll more tmpist&.andl falto the-: Cburch'si natIon OUZOLOn-eno sideof thin questisn Are' -tboteh4 with utir, aedvocatolthe'adrlpthre1 system. On. ~tbe- other Laide, ths .'LI~be'ratloli Society aii~'-tlier enstniiesl of the'.Ntfonsl Ohifrok.' No'thlrd or ii &coarael logically or priwtiosaY.possible. I trut te Odunillre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. T~t~llYEUSSIOL, Mose by huRY SMAT. I'rt free eac, Wryisiieul odver eay o eecteitmay end doubtiess ovrwihVoriawild 1v eelrr,'Vlc tct~resii, Laide -csvsIRANZ BT SONGS for CHILDREN, Which are JIi ogoarefdl Slnd plcaiiang asesurely to eatch tuge alrn of our maissicisilittle Subscribers-only content

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