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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %nont be shiut up in a jail for a Libel Co. rt favour will (blil on no more Rats aud Leeches, And Cirss.rNts no more manufacture fine speecites, Nur a matter o' Stale made of I,;ht-horsmea'ts breccbes;, i'ranmatic asslirance wvill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ThtATRS ROYAL, 1FNGESH 'OPERA IOV~t. A StIRAN 1 |I * FOR TME BENFFIT OF MR. BROADHURST. TO-M ORROW, OCtOIIBER 2, will be presenled (first time at this theatre) th l'favourite Opera of RUY MANNEHII6I t Henry Bertram, Mr. BRO4AD- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Majesty had the meisFortuneto fracture his right thigh. Fortunately it is a simple fracture, and accom. panied by slight contusion. Leeches have been applied, andasoothing bandage (aparedlo coAteathno). His Majesty happily does not suffer icy illness. Of the Serene Ladies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ia. do. (Camphor, 4s.; Egpoom Salts, Id.; three pounds, Is. White TUasteless Paster lii, in pound botlDes, vs. Gd. each. Leeches Is. pe doren.-Nooc but the best articles kept. soroec soid Co. Dispesig Chemists, 19 Goodge street, TotOenham court read, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4s.- Camphor, 4s.; E psom Salt, Sd.; three pounds, Is. White Tasteless Castor Oil, in pound bottles, 2s. 6d. each. Leeches 3s. per dozen.-None but the best articles kept. Glover and Co. Dispensing Chemists, 19 Goodge street, Tottenham court road, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic infrastructure and institutions Craft guilds

    Barbers c . 1423. 142 Called Barbers and Chandlers (sometimes specifying Wax, or Tallow, or both) or Barbers, Chandlers, and Leeches mid and later 16th cent.; Barber-Surgeons and Tallow Chandlers earlier 17th cent.; Barbers and Chandlers (or Tallow Chandlers) 18th

    Medieval Oxford OXFORD c. 1375

    7 Garlicmongers 1 Graziers 1 4 Grinders 1 Harp -makers 3 Horners 1 Horsemongers 1 Labourers 19 6 Laundresses 5 Leeches 3 1 Manciples 1 Mattress-makers 1 Millers 7 1 Monastic servants 43 Net-makers 1 Panyers 2 Patten-makers 1 1

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, January 1529, 26-31, 01 January 1529-31 January 1529

    those at Milan. The Pope caught cold on the 5th, from resting under a tree, which increased to a fever. Leeches were applied on the 21st. Received this news by a special messenger sent by his mother. His death would

    Historical Collections, 1639, March-June

    not bate us a Pin 8 . We may not buy our own Cloaths without their Brokage. These are the Leeches that have suckt the Common-Wealth so hard, that it is almost become hectical, And Mr. Speaker, some of these


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