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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adioining, effected by a magic lantern 01e Mondav, an inquest wias he J on ttte body cf W. PerJ.-V. R.obertsa Stoer sttted, tilit Ion Smttrdev Di"lt le fit, i- called tG. th'e dcceared, antdt foLeu bnr dead ; lie bhad Subscribers-only content

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    picture ought to be 1" There are many very pleasing pictures from common nature; but Mr. CONSTABLE'S i'Ztew oR the Stoer near Dedham, makes us most of all enjoy, among the glare of gold frames' and gaudy colours, the consoling Subscribers-only content

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    were charged with arson, the tw tFistnamed -prison- ers being principals, and the male prisoner being -accessory after the fact.-tr Stoer, assessor to the Westminster Fire of he, said that on the 31st of August the prisoner Beaumont called on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    became a A Dream. Copital and niever knew it. On Electioneering. flero-worship end. its Dau- Glimpses of Bliss. gere: A Stoer. Anony mono Authorship. The Political Quaractine. What's What in G6O. The Picturesque in Moral. Swanlike Geese. Shall Bagmeim Drink Subscribers-only content

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    Iron arod Brass, with Beddieg Serento, ('rrsete, Re. of seperior quaotry. DEANE'S-Diss C vers anse ltot-svattr Dishes. Tin Dish DEANQE'S-Rer-ister Stoer, ireiproved Lonldon-m1ade Covrns in sets, frer 1sr . Kirtrheners, It"soges, Re. DEANE'S-Paprrr Molacis Tort Trays i sets, from 21s. Subscribers-only content

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    Acts, 1842

    University of Edinburgh, their Moderator; and from the Presbytery of Dornoch, Mr Duncan Macgillivray at Lairg, Mr Peter Davidson at Stoer, ministers; Patrick Tennent, Esq., W.S., Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Tongue, Mr Hugh Mackay Mackenzie at Tongue,


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