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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WnUGATIORAL(cr) p&Ni~tUGi'S'.174.. -1.per qOuor;e Ha1rsnony Le~sonso, 7& 6d. - 1. , .\ - in ascles Ladies School, long estahllxhed. in a9 It--- ~ OLL~ ieitr'l.andno ay upis iv'eie. Thoy Half ie Ecittmlerinc fudrprncpas anr' rtnn I tkv theira LnMr-adis~ilol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Jand household duties. Referaone required.-Address, S. 64, Daity~~~~~~eet.. 05~~~~C461 COBE AX2~Wantd, sed o BrssOddsida and Pump Wsrit-I~e, Howl nd CO., Lipton. 5421 (IO L'E reweo~be)Wate, lveinH5, ouse, reducelrnt - CU~wboeldoochr ve C o&es h, usedt to the trade.-Aty, ,stamp for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lsq, 3, ,ew Bartholomew S trBierminham. el" (OO (plyainj Wanted: two other servants kept.-Apply, Lmr A. 1S. Underbal. Groat Bridge, lipton. c4412 f00OE (Pkual,£16,, Edgbaoton, eooelleot situation, smal family, C Wantted iR.dit-Cobdan Registry, Herald Ch3rs, Martineau Street OIOK (experienoedlA aSoce Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dainty and highly-finished piece of work. The story that Mr. Biggar was a sleeping, if not an active, nartner in Lipton s various bacon establishments throughout London has entailed on that gentleman a vast amount of correspondence ; hundreds of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    political candidates before the electors so far as this association is concerned. AETrHc JONES, Hon. Sec., Tipton Liberal Association (EastDivision). Lipton, March 9. GRIMSBY FISHERMEN'S WIDOWS' AND - ORPHANS' RELIEF FUND. To the EDrroe of the DfAILS PosT. Sir,-I am Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Barnet

    111 She died in 1883 and the property was sold. It is now the residence of Sir Thomas Lipton , bart. Lipton , Baronet. Party fessewise or and gules with a shamrock leaf and a thistle in the chief and


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