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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wishi she spit-it of i-esisttoece t.> to Poor L-aw raised, by prtitans~, fur the gamne of fontioio, whses they iwes'e Outh of Th~ fle Tcr-e':iefs, asj stoftrgly pledigeut as th Tiaren toC thei; new "Poor Latc5sooot put clown any viole-ice Subscribers-only content

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    to tell him **ate. if he renolves to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling ,,siosed Outh, let him proclaim wfar with mnankind di la mode le poys dje Pole-..esther to give nor to take quorter. If he telts the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T0E ORDLOIICYMiOEAL EXPEDIENCY-eAND PIP! SIDEAE cSSITY OP MARRIAGE RATIONALLY CONS 10[ Engravings int 2 vo0ls Is each; by post (in stamps), ls. 6d. each, IMEMOIRS Of 'SIN4flg and MAR~RIEL "To beoI o LIFE. B~,o o obe-tbhat to the question Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Notes on Fields and Cattle, from the Diary of a Amateur Farmer. By the Rev. W. Holt Beever, M.A. Chapman and Hall. This book was very opportunely published,-if not for the professional agriculturist, at all events Subscribers-only content

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    m lakhimlf lie' t q - b0II natiiyree'fAuly0 yleoricili,eland Shop.-S HBasih 23,e Sout - -l- e;Spring Hill. o7944 ( '~ OUTH istrana) Wautu1d. ingt have beean ie ii werkehop. Willes Y ft Aptty, , Cveu~liodllordeseiy. Cal2o -- XOUJTI- ierong, active) Subscribers-only content

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    Index, J, K, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    does little (25th), 813; makes show of justice (17th) Dec.), 814; the King's "show" of displacing him, 816. Johnston , Outh.: 76. Cuddie: at killing Daglisse, 181; Berwick: 346. David, of the Reidhawe: a pledge, 350. Edward: pursued for escheat, Subscribers-only content


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