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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTABILIA. THE rIMES ON flREAMSo. We are at, a loss whether most to admire the ideas of forensic morality, or the attempt to encourage belief ill dreams, which appeare4 in a late article of the Times newspaper- a It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A 11!4.U -,14 ' "'1 '¾L3)Y "1~BO' 4'1 iif A71 v~'y ) t ,.d (Jov (ii'-oba[y' ('flIJI. Ml. J1. 43. COWPE(I. T I N CE O F IVALES T H1E A T IE, 14.0', tle 11010(0 f t, r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    machinery it crected. Tin ore raised reedy for treatmett. TIHE NORTH TRESIKEi'BY TIN AND COPPER IL MINES (LIMITIEDI, situated near Scorrier, edrtrlth, Corn- wall, Incorposrated nuder the Companies Acts, 1862 to 1883, where- by the liabilit of shareltoldlers is Iislited Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Ds.&rw OF s. CoartiSir. BLsm.-Tloe death is ar. mounced, at the age of sixty-three, of Mr. George Williams, of Scorrier, CornwalL Deceased was a director of Bolithols Bank, and was largely interested in tin smelting and as an adventurer Subscribers-only content

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    Guisachan, Beauly, N.E., and Mr P. Dunn, Siglesthurne, Hfull. -Herefurds, Devon;, longhorns, Wrel~sh, and extra stock: Mr F. N~V. Shucer, Scorrier, c Cornwall, and Mr J. P. Terry, Berry Fields, Aylesbury. -Butchers' prizes: Mr Joseph Al~day, Hagley Rjoad; I :Edgbaston; Subscribers-only content

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