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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Ghtbiatthau. --: = - : 7 1- ' ,I~ L I - , .i, : Y D:IWEDDARi lYBARCH MR. RIJ,:ARD be i . HT- IJMPRREYS, DYFFRYN I fyno Syr, -Mae. bellach wyth mlynedd lawn er pan s htrnodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hair Renewer," soow being sold by most Chemists and Purfumeas at 3s 6d per bottle, is fast superseding all " Lair Restorers"-for it 'will positively restore in every case Grey or White hair' to its orginal colour by a few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unrhyw fai ynddynt. Cylwynwyd y penderfyniadau i'r ddwy Gsrmdeithasfa, a daeth y Gymanfa Gyffredinol i fadolaeth. Yr oedd hyn oddeuta Lair blynedd ar ddeg yn ol. Yr hyu oedd ar y De yn awr ei eisian oedd cael ail ystyried Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WA: NING I ivy (.1 icr-l 's Pr rtls J Z '1 e iratrkcd superior ra rty tr I' a Lair .adry Plvr10OVter nl! etrlr'. ' a cquiek apprecia. b t eirs *v r' r eats bv' y th' psie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tLIpvbolt ftuatieattoll se* Teitl gwaitb newydd Mr. Browning fydd 'Sario5;, '. bsing Div~ets Fancies of Ferishtab.' Dgwadir. y bydd Lo yj'fsiath' o nsotur fwy dwysa edifiifol rag oe o gra *eith~blaeforl y'berdd.- Bydd yn cybwys deoddeg o'r fOidaices " Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1676

    authority of the Convention of Royal Burghs for the sale of three pieces of land, including "Liddellis Boag" and "Kows Lair." (Convention Records, III., p. 660.) See footnote, p. 231. Bell's Wynd, leading from High Street to Candleriggs, was the

    Index of subjects

    , see Girdle L Labourers , see Trades & occupations Ladle , laddell, ladell, ladyll, 156, 192 (p. 119), 223 Lair , leyre (tape or binding), 192 (p. 118) Lamb , 26, 81; skin or fur of, 6, 30, 56,

    Index, A, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    is taken, 674. Applegarth (Apegirth), Laird of: at the convention, 15th Nov. 1572, 433; same, 19th, 434. (Apilgirth), the young Lair d of: a pension for, 74. Aquitaine : those of the religion assembled in, 480. Arbroath : Adam a-Gordon Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 22, January 1725, 01 January 1725-31 January 1725

    next, at One a Clock; and the Lords to be summoned. M c Lair admitted in Forma Pauperis : Upon reading the Petition of George M c Lair Gentleman, Respondent to the Appeal of the Commissioners and Trustees of the

    Index, F, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    628, 630; request for delivery of (3rd Dec. 1571), 701. Faversham (Feversham); ship of, 160. Fawsid , Thomas. See Fawside, Lair d of. Fawside , Laird of (Thomas Fawsid): committed to ward (26th Feb, 1571 2), 135. Felton , : Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 November 1724, 19 November 1724

    of this Houfe, for anfwering there- To anfwer unto, being firft feverally read. peremptorily. The like Order for George Mac Lair, Portioner of Commifl t> n ¦-, ¦ i • K r ¦ Tlr forfeited rrejton, peremptorily to put in Subscribers-only content

    Report Respecting The Distilleries in Scotland, &c. &c., 11 July 1799

    126 APPENDIX (A. 5.) AIR COLLECTION. GOODS SEIZED. it Gallons Britim Spirits »iNB WvOflLW 510 9 3* 10 4 18 9 St 18 D» I> !>• D« D» D* D» Do - D» DontrfoGalL Wsne I> |ames IsMCesn - Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1803, 7 March 1803

    the whole Houfe, upon the faid Bill. Ordered, That the Order of the day for the fecond read- March, at Lair an hour after Two of the clock in the Afternoon. Ordered, That the Petition of Daniel Ord, Efquire, one Subscribers-only content

    5 July 1815, 5 July 1815

    r 462 5° Juliu A. 1815. the allegations of the Bill, and found the same to be tr ue more effectual encouragement of the Manufacture of Flax and that the Parties concerned had given their consent to and Cotton Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    low-water mark. Rubble blocks for the backing may be had from the different points lying north of the Pier; Badger's Lair, Net Pool, Strana Buen, distant from three to four furlongs by water-carriage. Some blocks for the paving may also Subscribers-only content


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