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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. PRODUCE MARKETS. CANTErBunuy.-Brown W'heat 54s to 6ss; White 6o0 to 68s; Barley e-s to 35s; Malt 7Qs to T4s per bushel.-Keas Herald. DERBY.-Wheat 58s to 65S; Barley (malting) 3ss to 43s; Oats ets to '283.- D.,by Reporter. SlsrFIrELD.-Wheat Subscribers-only content

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    that the cells should be used for the reception of prisoners. COrSECRATION AT A DIsco tN T.-In the Highgate and Nunhead burial.grounds rio obvious distinction is made between the graves of dissenters and those of church. men. Dart of the Subscribers-only content

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    Fi. FERGUSON LAMROWX. Siee. ONDON CEMETERY CO>MPANY, incorpo- rased by Act of Parliament.-Cemeteries at Highgate, adjoining vlrish oMwn, and at Nunhead, between the Kent mad and Peck. ham Rye. CHAPLAINS: Rev. Thomas Henry Causton, MA.; Rev. Henry Morgan, LL.B. l Subscribers-only content

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    the Secretory. T ONDON CEMETERY. .COIfPANY, inCorpo- IL rated by Act of Parliament.-Cemreteries at Highgate, adjoining Nentish Tosen, and at Nunhead, between the Kent road and Peek- ham Rye. CHAPLAINS: Rev. Thomas Henry Causton, M.A.; Rev. Henry Morgan, LL.B. Interment. Subscribers-only content

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    COUSINS, Accountant. L ONDON CEMETE (bY COMPANY, incorpo- L ratedby Act of Parliament.-Cemecteries at Highgite, Adijoinig Kenrtish Town, and at Nunhead, between the Koeet load and P';eck ham Riye. C.PLAItNS: Rev. Thomas Henry Canston, M A.; Rev. Henry Morgan, LL-ll- Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Camberwell

    ; of St. Matthew , Denmark Hill , to Lady de Crespigny; of St. Antholin , Nunhead , to the Crown; of St. Silas, Nunhead (with Cheltenham College Mission), to the Bishop of Southwark ; of St. Clement, East Dulwich

 

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