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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Catalogue post free 2d. Watches repaired by skilled workmen. Old Silver, Jeweller, Watches, &c., exchanged. Merchants, Shippers, and ClnB supplied, Stean Factory and City Show" Room- LUDGATE HILL & OLD BOND STREET, LONDON. Y GWAED BURYDD HYNOD! PELENI (BURDOCK) THOMPSON. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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 land Cg ty'aw Ros- id- \G:Tb HILL & ' O 3ND 'GSTREET, - :er. Agafcdig (dras y No~rthand, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Queen-and. oyal Family, aco-by special ap. pointmerlt to the Prlnceof Walas and mperor idft Russia, Old Bond.stresi, and (Stean Factory) ludgatehill, Landon. BENSON'S WATWl4l S 0f every, description, B suitable for aUl climates, from 4£2 to 200 guineas. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gymeradwy yn ngolwg; yr awdwr ei hun, ac o dan ar- weiniad gwr o alluoedd ceiddorol fel Mr. John Roberts, Stean -Mills, nid ydym yr petruso dweyd ddarfod i'r c6r wneyd ei ran yn deilwng; yn yr oil o'r ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSP PA PEER CHU A.T. Oo'posrTloX TO 1sipPROVEMrEN.-No improvement can posibly be made which shall Dot Ibe imediately injurious to somehpdy. 'rinting uined the,'wopyists; and the Turks, to protect their interests,.prolVibited s Vac- cination was dleely injurious en medical Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1723, 29 April 1723

    Montjoy. L. Mafham. L. Fofcj. L. Bathvrfi. L. Bingley. L. Onjlow. L. Romney. L. Newburgb. L. Ducie. Ordered, That Samuel Stean, Thomas Farmden, William Wood, Jane Barnes, and Mr. Skeen, being in Cuftody, be brought to this Houfe on Thurf¬ Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1723, 10 May 1723

    ; and the faid Impreffions were put into his Hands, to make the beft Judgement thereupon he could. Then Samuel Stean, Sufan Harvey, Sarah Jones, and Thomas Franden, Servants to the Bifhop of Rochefier, were feverally fworn, and examined, touching Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1821, 22 May 1821

    Amendments were read by the Clerk as follow; (vizK) « Pr. 6. L. 33. After (" Hereditaments") insert ("of " the Value of Fifty Pounds per Annum ") '< Pr. 75. Stean gines Gram Disfri ment Bl11" Tim ties, fesp Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1764, 24 January 1764

    Mallet, and to Cannards Grave, loot to Stean Bozo Bridge, in the Parim of ¦'.:-. County afoi\"faid; are in many Parts ruin¬ ous a: ow, and cannot, by the ordinary Courfe of Law, !•- eiieelual.'y amended, widened, and kept in Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1831, 24 March 1831

    the 5th July 1830, the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom in the year 5th October 1830, and 5th January 1831. An Kepor aid B No Coals No, Spirit No, Halt Draw No, Stean VeSS( No, Custc (Glou No, K Subscribers-only content

 

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