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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cnydau, a chymeryd pob peth i ystyriaeth. Y DDAMWAIN ECHRYSLON AR Y MISSISSIPPI. UWCHLAW DAU GANT 0 FYWYDAU' WEDI COLLI! Philadelphia, Hydref 30.-Mae telegramaa diweddarach wedi eu derbyn yn rhoddi hanes manylach am yr alanas ofnadwy a gymerodd le ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chydsyniad' o blaid Duc Genoa fel ymgeisydd am orsedd Spaen.. GWRT HDARAWTAD DYCH RYNLLYD AR FFORDD IHAIARN SAN FRANCISco i Philadelphia, Tach. 15eg-Cyimerodd gwrth- darawiad le bore ddoe. ar ffordd baiarn or. liewinol y Mor Tawel, yn egos i San Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    os yw eu sefyllf'a yn Philadelphia -ail ddinas America-yn ddyDodiad o'r hyn ydyw dros y wlad, gwelir eu bod yn allu pwysig, a'a llwyddiant yn fawr. Yn y fiwyddvn 1839, yr oedd yn ninas Philadelphia l4eg o eglwysi yn perthyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y nifer yn 111,465. Oddiwrth adroddiad sydd newydd ei wneyd, ym ddengys i'r ilinell ffordd haiarn gyntaf yn heolydd dinas Philadelphia gael ei gosod i lawr yn 1857. Y mae yno erbyn hyn 16 o linellau, gyda'g ariansawd o i2,000,000. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am Ebrill. Bu farw dydd Llun wythnos i'r diweddaf yn Little Rock, Arkansas, y Milwriad Thomas C. Williams, gynt o Philadelphia, yr hwn oedd yn Gymro o waed- oliaeth. Fel yr oedd dwy eneth yn chwareu yn nhy eu hewythr Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Madingley Manors and other estates Madingley Hall

    Sir Richard King, and the spinster Philadelphia , who with their mother Philadelphia lived at the Hall until Lady Cotton 's death in 1855 . 75 The sisters divided the estate in 1859 . Philadelphia took the eastern half with

    Parishes Hitcham

    In the chancel are floor slabs to Grissilla, who died in 1647 , and Philadelphia , who died in 1646 , infant daughters of John and Philadelphia Clarke , and to Dorothy, who died in 1647 , wife of Thomas

    Parishes Kington

    reversion after the death of his widow Philadelphia to his nephew Thomas Wolmer , 57 who by his will, dated 1707, left it to a cousin Thomas Wolmer . 58 The latter, with Philadelphia , widow of John Wolmer ,

    Kennett Church

    rector. 62 In the late 20th century the patronage was held by the heirs of Mrs. Sickles, who lived in Philadelphia ( U.S.A. ). 63 Proposals to unite the benefice with the neighbouring living at Chippenham in 1929 came to

    Snailwell Snailwell c. 1800

    Association. 38 Outside the village, two further houses, at Philadelphia , and Small (or Lower) farms, were built after 1805, and were divided into tenements between 1842 and 1910 . 39 Philadelphia farm was demolished in 1941 , and Lower

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Henry George, the man, his book, and his work., 1897

    return¬ ed to Philadelphia and accepted employ¬ ment with a firm of printers. Thf firm failed in a panic, and George again took to the sea, and served some time in a vessel coasting between Boston and Philadelphia , and Subscribers-only content

    Thoughts on the labor question., 1879

    TO-fcSxpm^ cb ntaij itf ^ RFAD BErORE THE ABOVE ASSOCIATION, MAY 15 TH, 1879 Rev D O KELLOGG. keprint from PENA MONIHL Y for October, 1879 . PUBIISHED BY THE PHILADELPHIA SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION, 720 LOCUST STREET , PHILADELPHIA . Subscribers-only content

    Thoughts on the labor question., 1879

    By A. Sydney Biddle . What shall Philadelphia do with its Paupers By Dr. Isaac Ray . Proportional Representation. By S. Dana Horton . Statistics Relating to the Births, Deaths, Marriages, etc., in Philadelphia . By John Stockton-Hough , M.D. Subscribers-only content

    The balance of power between industrial and intellectual work., 1886

    Association. THE BALANCE OF POWER BETWEEN Industrial and Intellectual Work. (Read at a Meeting of the Association, MARCH 2 Sth, 1886 , BY Miss MARY M. COHEN . Published by the PHILADELPHIA SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia . Subscribers-only content

    The balance of power between industrial and intellectual work., 1886

    was one of the foremost advocates in whatever he thought would promote the public good. The Agricultural So¬ ciety of Philadelphia , and a similar one for the county, were among these objects. Domestic manufactures (rightly so called from being, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 November 1691, 6 November 1691

    Upon reading the Petition of Sir John Champante-, tend with their Counfel accordingly. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Philadelphia, j George, Robert, Thomas, and William Parker, Children of Dame Sarah Parker, Daughter of George Chute the Elder \ Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1691, 1 December 1691

    of. After hearing Counfel, at the Bar, the ThirtiethP3rker Day of November laft, upon the Petition and Appeal x of Philadelphia, George, Robert, Thomas, and William Parker, Children of Dame Sarah Parker Daughter of George Chute the Elder Efquire, deceafed, Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1691, 17 February 1692

    Upon reading the Petition of Jeremiah T'hornhill, John Hill, and above Sixty more, the Creditors of George Chute Efquire, againft Philadelphia, George, Robert, Tho¬ mas, and William Parker, Infants, by Dame Sarah Par¬ ker their Mother and Guardian, Appellants formerly Subscribers-only content

    15 November 1692, 15 November 1692

    Four and Twentieth Day of November Inftant, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon. Upon reading the Petition of Philadelphia, George, Pilrker» Robert, Thomas, and William Parker, Children of DameThornhill s Sarah Parker Widow, Daughter of George Chute Efquire, Subscribers-only content

    14 December 1694, 14 December 1694

    the Petition of Jeremiah Thornehill and others, Creditors of George Chute deceafed; and the joint and feveral An- fwers of Philadelphia, Sir George, Robert, Thomas, and William Parker, thereunto: Tattwfall verfus Fitzherbert. for. Keiridge's Bill. Afhttiri ¦verfus AOitou. fand Six Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Hen. 8. Godly and learned letters of Thomas Bilney to Tonstall Bishop of London.

    Lord sendeth, he speaketh the woord of God. And why so? Because he representeth the Aungel of the church of Philadelphia, vnto whom Saynt Iohn writeth, saying: Apoc. 3.This sayth he, which is holy and true, which hath the keyes

    Book 4, page 522 (1563)

    Lorde sendeth, he speaketh the word of God, and why so? because he representeth the angel of the churche of Philadelphia, vnto whō s. Iohn writeth saing: This sayth he, which is holy and true, which hath the keyes of

    K. Henry. 8. Letters of Tho. Bilney, to Tonstall Byshop of London.

    Lord sendeth, he speaketh the worde of God. And why so? Because he representeth the Angell of the church of Philadelphia, vnto whom S. Iohn writeth, saying: Apoc. 3.Thys sayth he, which is holy and true, which hath the keyes

    Book 2, page 74 (1570)

    put to death at Smyrna.These thinges chaunced to Policarpus that holye man, and also to the. xij. that came from Philadelphia, suffring martyrdome at Smyrna, whiche Policarpus onely is specially aboue all the rest had in memorye, to be spoken

    K. Henry. 8. Letters of Tho. Bilney to Tonstall Bysh. of London.

    Lord sendeth, he speaketh the worde of God. And why so? Because he representeth the Angell of the church of Philadelphia, vnto whom Saint Iohn writeth, saying:Apoc. 3. This sayeth he, which is holy and true, which hath the keyes

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MACLEANE, Lauchlin (?1727-78), of Holles St., London

    1768; superintendent of lazarettoes 1771; collector at Philadelphia 1772; comptroller of army accounts in Bengal 1772-3; commissary of musters in Bengal 1773. Biography In 1756 Macleane emigrated to Pennsylvania and practised medicine in Philadelphia in partnership with John Stuart, another

    PENN, Richard (?1734-1811), of Laleham, Mdx.

    England till 1775 when he was entrusted with a petition to the King from the Continental Congress, then sitting at Philadelphia. After 1787 he was granted considerable compensation by the Americans for the loss of his proprietary rights, and he

    MURRAY, James (1734-94), of Strowan, Perth.

    new Highland regiment was refused,[footnote] and in March 1777 he was ordered to join the Guards in America. During the Philadelphia campaign he was again wounded, and returned in July 1778 to take over the colonelcy of the Atholl Highlanders,

    HERRIES, Sir Robert (1730-1815), of Richmond, Surr.

    of opposing Frederick Bull at the London by-election 1773;[footnote] in June 1776 he sent to Germain a letter from a Philadelphia correspondent, probably Robert Morris, on the American situation, warning him confidentially that unless Herries could devise means of shipping

    HOWE, Hon. William (1729-1814).

    Great Britain in another campaign’.[footnote]When after two years of war, and in spite of the capture of New York and Philadelphia, the end was still not in sight, relations between Howe and Germain began to deteriorate. Each blamed the other

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    'Pon my sole it needs fixing!

    (Can you answer this question?) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Confectionery, Trading cards, Mickey Mouse (Fictitious character), Advertisements, confectionery] Subscribers-only content

    Flower basket D.

    [Scrapbooks, Printed ephemera, Still life prints] jpV2i"q^02ucuyp qiQ^'^^T^s^b. a ±3V<sva U3/yvQni4 I ? O c3 )WER BASKET D ^.BStein^Gil Chromo£hiloJ.c )WER BASKET D ^.BStein^Gil Chromo£hiloJ.c jpV2i"q^02ucuyp qiQ^'^^T^s^b. a ±3V<sva U3/yvQni4 I ? O c3 Subscribers-only content

    October, 1916

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    Colburn's Philadelphia Mustard

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    Dr. Hunter's Expectorant

    (is positively the best remedy for coughs & colds.) [Advertising, Patent medicines, Printed ephemera, Advertisements, patent medicine, medicine manufacturer] 33U3J3j3a ajninj joj pj«3 «»q) dasit ^stsai^? r 'S. *^W oi%rrs\iY "a^V »Titt«\!^v QZLl *0K— J^B qo««^a V S n Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 3 [The Societies.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    a Quaker about the Year 1692 .) those they found had now joined with the Church of England Congregation at Philadelphia , before their Arrival. These received them with great Joy, and had great Satisfaction in hearing them preach that

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The dull lecture, 1828

    The dull lecture A pretty young woman falling asleep in a high wooden chair as an old man reads to her from a large book; illustration to 'The Atlantic Souvenir', trimmed above publication line. 1828Etching and engraving

    The dull lecture, 1828

    The dull lecture A pretty young woman falling asleep in a high wooden chair as an old man reads to her from a large book; proof illustration to 'The Atlantic Souvenir'. 1828Etching and engraving on chine collé

    Anne Page, Slender & Shallow, 1823

    Anne Page, Slender & Shallow Subject from Shakespeare's 'The Merry Wives of Windsor', Slender standing in the centre of a room, courting Anne Page who stands beside the widow at left, looking at a rose in her hand, assisted

    Anne Page, Slender & Shallow, 1828

    Anne Page, Slender & Shallow Subject from Shakespeare's 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' (act 3, scene 4), Slender standing in the centre of a room, courting Anne Page who stands beside the widow at left, looking at a rose

    Anne Page, Slender & Shallow, 1828

    Anne Page, Slender & Shallow Subject from Shakespeare's 'The Merry Wives of Windsor', Slender standing in the centre of a room, courting Anne Page who stands beside the widow at left, looking at a rose in her hand, assisted

 

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