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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stxised title 1 ii relt silaced ilteir retirement. Wthat vaq such a ;M ,'"irh, I ash; yfOIl 1i' You itClil Stoop to est itite by Iriss tuec eortii t f ot'hik a Ortratilit', gtCe Ine evell R ra)tarty's Clleitt- *~l, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Figures, of HORaSES, CATTLEn, SstEB, andaother DornaoST'c ANO~oALO, engraved (on thirty coprpates from the celebrated Masters, Paul Potter, Cuyp, Berghein, Stoop, Kal o adin, &n., nuder thie sperinteoadeoneof GroansCoonec. London: Mool, Boys, and GravesPrirptsellers totheKrig,6,PollMall, ofwhom mosy be bad, PARTS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2s., coloured, Is. 6d. ALPHABET of QUADRUPEDS. 24 Pictures, selected from the Works of Paul Pocter, Kirl du Jardin, TOfilers. Stoop, Le Ducq, Rembrandt, Ac. and drawn from Nature, with DescriptIons. 11. PLEASANT HISTORY of REYNARD. the FOX. With 40 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE THEATRICAL EXAMINEIL. IJAYMARKET. When the papers do agree, says Pnel their unanimity is wonderful. Yet can we hardly think it wonderful that they have agreed about the new comedy. It is really very clever. It is carefully constructed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tittd Exichequee-lbills, 8s. to IIs. rt . SATURDAY, ELEVEN O'CLOCK. (Fiom the Liotof MfieswsnSlotto and Co. lote e Wu0et, BroktOer, Stoop, brokers, Chatnge alley.) BRITISII. Price. FOarlGXN I Price. Colsowls ,- 9.5 ilaian - - - 9i )o .Accoulit - Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    the north end of Sixteen Acres, and from thence down the southeast side thereof to a stone stoop called Sixteen Acre Gate Stoop (now no more), from thence to the middstream of Beetham Beck, thence up to a stone called

    Charles II, July 1674, 01 July 1674-31 July 1674

    Court. Order in Council on the petition of Samuel Lamot, merchant, on behalf of Peter Williamson Stoop, mariner, which stated that the said Stoop came over from Holland last October to take the benefit of his Majesty's declaration, but the Subscribers-only content

    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 21 February 1658-9, 21 February 1659-21 February 1659

    Presbyter, bearded, and wearing the cloak and the then fashion able skull-cap, says, by a label proceeding from bis mouth, "Stoop, Charles!" while he holds to a grinstone the face of the royally-robed youth. Over the King are these lines:

    General Index, S, 01 June 1657-30 April 1658

    And. Stock , Mr. Stoke , co. Warwick Stone , Capt. John Stonehouse , Plymouth Stony Stratford , co. Bucks Stoop or Stoope , Capt. Storey or Story , Capt. Edw. George Capt. Rob. Stoultonburgh , Edw. Stow , letter Subscribers-only content

    London debates, 1780

    1780 Oratorical Academy, Mitre Tavern 'Is that maxim of the poet true, which affects, that Women born to be controll'd Stoop to the forward and the bold. This question was sent by some Ladies who promised to join in the


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