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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remedy for Tic in the yi lHead. Tic in the face, Tic in t e Guams, Toothache, and Nierron- and Sink Hieadache.: Tikleelr .t nn-- removeestheToothache to which Females sre at times en peculiarly subject. Sold by a Yl Cbemi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IF, iE POLT C cL n s x oNpR Iyi R t!1iIany for teo gCain ol a"Iew. rI Nn. 460. 0J3' NA~~TO\I DEBT. pE.>CE O)F N \tIATIO >s,-2 p25 a lorir course of delasdon has been 'praetised r a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i II - I A L DAMS | AIPERIAL IPIRLIAMPIN "'T. *IOUSE OF LORDS, Taesadrig, F:eb5. 18. IrEPORT OF THE SECRIT COfMtitT7EFi. -Eni- licoRwtY' pr4rvfe.ri the Report of 1be SerCrt Conr.- niltep, xelrhl1 was real bv the Cierk.-(We' give Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINA xuEx 1- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-1,y u ! TS T't~E EIltR 01? THE EAPE C fi SIr,--I gbe to point out an error u your TIet prcd'lce of the taxes. 'f I ir" 'Tlhe total fur 1816 should be S,551 11311 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IPORTJI .MERICA. PERESLDFNr9S ME~abXGP2 W. 7N ,i -, 3DEC. 9. -1 this day'- ft t12 o'cHoic, the President of the United Statics ttransiitted oto both fovses of Coharess the fohowinmg Message,' by ir. Josqyh J bnes .Mionroe, hiS Secretary- Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 30 December 1640, 30 December 1640-30 December 1640

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4 30 December 1640 DIE Mercurii, videlicet, 30 die Decembris. PRAYERS. Bp. of Rochester Leave to speak with the Archbp. of Canterbury. Serjeant Finch to speak with the E. of Strafford. The Lord Bishop

    Debates in 1678, November (1st-5th), 01 November 1678-05 November 1678

    will be to little purpose. When the Papists see they have such advocates for them, what will they not attempt? Sink under this Address, and farewell all; the safety of the King's Person, our Religion, and Government! Mr Waller .

    Index of Subjects, S

    Silver , coin, shipment and seizure of 209; for East Indies, 79; trial pieces. See Goldsmiths. - See also Mint. Sink ships. See Navy. Slopsellers. See Navy Treasurer. Smuggling , convenient place for running goods, guard for, 411; owlers in

    Index of Subjects, S

    practices on, in the Thames, 225. private masters of, acceptance of Exchequer Bills, 69, 284. seized, 239. See also Prizes. sink ships, 26, 264, 275. sold by inch of candle, 237, 347. Spanish built, 94. store ships, 26, 264, 275.

    British History Online

    cast laid or throwne into any common or publick sink vault watercourse common sewer or high way within the said Cities or places aforesaid or any other private Vault or Sink of any of his Neighbors or other Inhabitants any

 

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