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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    egos hyd ddiwedd ei I oes btu am rai wythnosau, onerwydd cyfleusdra. yn Rose Place se yn Bedford-street, Tra yn Mulberry, cymerodd ran flaerillaw yn yr ymdrech am gapol newydd, a theimlai ddyddordeb neillduol yn adeilad- .iad capel Chatham-street yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yc *th am flynydlloedd lawer: un a esododd argraff ddofn o 0 od |drefn a gweddusrwydd at yr egiwys yn Mulberry, d3 *di se yr he-c yr oedd yn ' rif arweinydd. Mr. Samuel W4 50 Jones; en cyrnairt a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    halnle a adzgofion am yr a(llos v1 Ierou l yn dddy((1do)rol iarn i mi. Ond fel Unll o en blalt Mulberry Stroeet.' -r wyvf yn teinmlo i nad teigwh a a rw xd ni- vwd cnilatall i feiriiiadaeth gwta nu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erating andt drin~ing at oulr Universities, where the reciting of odes-nd oth~er f'ornoal productions is conmot7n. After the O~de, tho Mulberry ree Was sting by Mr. P~ mt 3trd Mta r . SgTr, not in the grdeo, bat in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie great) it) one uniform10 clotbhing of Norwich drogeet. I lave eat tart, will hi:n sid Madame Reeve at the Mulberry garden, lhill sir alheor advanced to a sword and cheadreox Wi,x,.-Poteritv is absolluely mistaken as to that great man; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 June 1822, 21 June 1822

    et a of County scribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Mulberry Members of the Protestant Congregation assembling for Gardens Divine Worship in Mulberry Gardens Chapel, Pell Street, C"^J^T Saint George's, in the County of Middlesex, whose Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1830, 3 May 1830

    junr. J WTm Mellors, No. 38, Norfolk Street, Strand. Wm Taylor, Patriot Street; works at the India House. Cris' Watmough, Mulberry Court. Anthy Hartshorne, a Plumper, Plumber Row, Whitechapel. Edwd Leah, in the Foot Guards; was at the Time of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    No, it is not. The Soil is not suited to the Mulberry I have seen Experiments made on a small Scale. I think it might answer. But the Mulberry Plant is not in any great Abundance. Has any Attempt been Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    have seen it tried as an Experiment on a small Scale; but there was not a sufficient Quantity of the Mulberry Leaf to extend it. Is it capable of Improvement, in your Opinion I think it is. Are you sufficiently Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    was entirely conducted by the Convicts of my Gaol. Is the Soil suited to the Growth of the Mulberry Yes, the White Mulberry. How long was it before you left India that you established it Two Years; that is, in Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    [Resolutions; committee of management; reasons to promote the objects of the Society ] ., 1839

    besides, and land, unoccupied and waste, but perfectly suitable for the Mulberry , is plentiful; so that by introducing into Hindostan, the superior kinds of silk¬ worms, and Mulberry trees so long grown in the south of Europe , and Subscribers-only content

    Guide to the land law of Victoria, 1862

    dress flax (for which the demand is practically as inexhaustible as that for cotton or wool); Frenchmen who have made mulberry plantations and conducted sericicole establishments in their own country; Italians skilled in expressing the oil of the olive, that Subscribers-only content

    Guide to the land law of Victoria, 1862

    in extent. Lands in these districts bring such incredible rents as £20, or £24 per acre. For the Mulberry , twelve acres are considered a good property; of course these twelve acres would be made up of patches of suitable Subscribers-only content

    The land law of Victoria (Australia), 1862

    farms; and a friend has furnished me with the following particulars in relation to some of the other enterprises:- The Mulberry {to? silk) and the Olive (for oil).-In the southern parts of Europe the properties are very small, so small Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    Mosquito Curtains and Dresses made of the bark of the paper mulberry. The native cloth worn by the Fijians is made from the cloth of the Malo or Paper Mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera.) It is called " Tapa" or Kapa," and Subscribers-only content


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