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    Revenue Account, Branch Analysis, 01 December 1711-31 December 1712

    William Lowndes for ditto 12,200 0 0 to the Privy Purse per Mrs. Abigail Masham 15,982 6 8 to Samuel Smythen, the Queen's goldsmith, for plate 3,164 10 0 to Gomez Serra, for jewels 1,065 0 0 to jewels, or British History Online

    Revenue Account, General Abstract

    of the late Queen ' s Bounties 31,944 4 7 to the Band of Pensioners 2,512 0 0 to Samuel Smythen, the late Queen ' s goldsmith, for plate 2,823 11 11 to Contingencies: Law charges 377 7 6 Liberates British History Online

    Revenue Account, Branch Analysis

    per Lady Masham 11,372 11 1 to jewells, or present in lieu, to Foreign Ministers 4,973 7 0 to Samuel Smythen, the Queen ' s goldsmith, for plate 6,307 6 8 to contingencies 11,936 17 3 to sundry services relating British History Online

    Revenue Account, Branch Analysis

    Mrs. Abigail Masham 13,100 0 0 to jewels, or presents in lieu, to Foreign Ministers 427 0 0 to Samuel Smythen, the Queen ' s Goldsmith, for plate 9,871 8 8 to contingencies 11,126 18 5 to sundry services relating British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Morris Abrahams seldom leaves anything to be desired in this perticularh, and the scelnie artists of the Theatre, Mesers. Smythen and oracknell, have apparently been rlst to ceonsult their own taste withont any retoriotien whatever. The result is satisfactory Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a stamped addressed envelope is enclosed, the required information will be forwarded by post. Ex-President Steyn's beverage - orange D.ttera. Smythen: "Poetry _ a gift." Rhythm (gloomily) : " Thais what it is. You cannot sell it nowadays." "He divides Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE. 1 .«. EXETER, Monday. I To-day was again a bu3y one with the mem- ! bers of the Archteological Institute, who might I be presumed to feel somewhat recruited after j their labours on Saturday, when Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Hitch- man, Iron-bridge ; Mrs. Hitchinan, Iron-bridge ; Frederick Cann, 119, Clifton-street ; Emily Spence Ide ; Thomas Hill, Smythen -street ; John Elson, Heavitree ; Mrs. Elson, Heavitree ; William Pollard. Rack-street ; Le Blanc, Longbrook- street; Eliza Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hadley (Leigh), Mr. T. Quarrell (Bransford), Mr. E. Ball, Mr. D. G. Niven, and Mr. W. Woodward, (Pershore), Mr. B. Smythen, Sheriff's Lench, &c, &c. Grace was said by the Rev. W. Elliott. The repast ended, the company formed in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WITLEY AND DISTRICT FARMERS' CLUB. A meeting was held at the Hundred House Hotel, on Wednesday evening. Notwithstanding the in- clemency of the weather and the bad state of the roads there was a good attendance. There wero present Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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