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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tho nnthim edorat6m . Red ditto Yorkshire fog, Holcaus lanairs Orange ditto (Fisher Robb's true) Oat grass, arena clatisr FoSCrage Plat end undreOUS Rib grass, Plizjnain or .'ambs' tazge- ora Plants aLud sunries Timothy, Phlemu pratense Lucern Rye grass, Ital'ian, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aiwg ya y dyfodol Yr oeddarySlaino Daehwedd, 1871i ar 1yfrau' ' ' dyrnghorf yi1wydd 6IS;0onewydd) 25 Deibyniwidtrwylythyrat 0oleoedd , 26 Plat a dderbYDi7yd i gy avn aelodaeth 4 22D Bu fiinr C ......... ..... ...... -.... 2 Ymadavoddo'rdrf ....... 33 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ., ;'Tlea & Br~eak~aetiS~e1¶ie5. , OXPibi'roestcaetc.4s:e 7'7 'Spoons, gitrst;setef fllnstrated eateIogue tW~atches; Clocks~eFeel~lery, &e.@~oat watcliei Wccrs, -4_I . 'SilVer cndi.'i1e8Itr Plat Cetaog!n pot; -*r :j2,!i :W. jtches repai~re~d, ,h, sldl~letiw~e rkmen.4r O?%d ,$iycr,; Je~esley, St.Wa, hes&c, cxciiyt da, Mr S06pberg,lubs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jewalery, &a., p°* r,2 stap, ~ = ewe46r -.d'a r late se t a jats of the fn- Sleraiid Eiectro Plat Catabogaot free 2d- Yhe repaire'dby s0d]ed~worheii. Old.Silver,- JevellelY, m atehs, ac.,dexehanged. Merchants, "Sbppers, and Clubs Cod - Stean Fa'try Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi dyfod yn ef on gref anirrth- d.wynebol. Eyderwr hefyd y bydd itr awgrymiadau n- gwerthfawr gyda golwg ar Domlau'r Plat gaoeleaiiario ef- allan, oblogid y, " plentyn yw tad y dyn."-Gohclfldd. oar . --WAYN *h. 'ERAI5 ,ane CyFLWYOIAp TY3TzB.-Nos Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Orrell and Ford

    Robert Knot , gave her husband, Matthew del Plat , all her lands in the vill of Orrell ; ibid. G. ii, 26. These lands descended to Margery's son John del Plat , who in 1430 sold them to John

    Parishes Elstow

    . i, 257. Ibid. 353. Ibid. 257. Testa de Nevill (Rec. Com.), 243; Feud. Aids , i, 20, 31, 36. Plat . de Quo Warr . (Rec. Com.), 13. Ibid. 35. Plac. de Quo Warr . (Rec. Com.), 13. Ibid.

    Parishes Haselor [ Plan of Haselor church ]

    . 138 Charities The Widow's Plat . By an Order of the Charity Commissioners dated 26 Jan. 1917 a charge of 10 s ., formerly paid out of land at Haselor called the Widow's Plat , was redeemed in consideration

    Parishes Penn

    are the Church schools, built by Lord Howe in 1837 and enlarged in 1909 . Stonehouse , formerly Grove 's Plat , the residence of Mr. Walter Grove , J.P., has for many generations belonged to his family. On the

    Parishes Sunningwell

    Chart . 285. Testa de Nevill (Rec. Com.), 121. Cal. Gen . 120, 558. Cal. Bodl. Chart . 299. Abbrev. Plat . (Rec. Com.), 156. Cal. Close , 1288-96 , p. 156; Cal. Fine R . 1272-1307 , pp. 111,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    God and the state, 1883

    abandoned them. In Alexandria the terrible god of the Jews made the personal acquaint¬ ance of the metaphysical divinity of Plat o, already much corrupted by Oriental contact, and corrupted her still more by his own. Tn spite of his Subscribers-only content

    The Labour Question from the Socialist Standpoint, 1888

    S ocialist Plat /on There yet remains something to be said on the third condition of a fair state of society, that it should look to it that labour be not wasted. How does civilisation fare in that respect 1 Subscribers-only content

    The Labour Question from the Socialist Standpoint, 1888

    Soci alist Plat /on in the way of the due and unwasteful use of labour-a task not light indeed, nor to be accomplished without the most strenuous effort in the teeth of violent resistance, but yet not impossible for humanity Subscribers-only content

    The life of Abraham Lincoln, 1864

    Birth and Parentage. A Pioneers Life. Kentucky fifty years Ago. Removed to Indiana . Making Roads. Farm Life. Plat -boating. Re¬ moved to Illinois He tends Shop. He grows as tall as a Pine. Flat - boating again. Groios tired Subscribers-only content

    The political "A, Apple-pie": or the extraordinary red book versified..., 1820

    Wellesley Pole In his eye you might plainly perceive all his soul ; Nor could Plumer or Perceval, Powys or Plat , Be said to look heedlessly, foolish, or flat, As peeping, and pointing, and passing along, They humm'd to Subscribers-only content


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