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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Land. Also, a newly-erected commodious DWELLING. HOUSE at TEaMLm BULDINGS, in the Town of Corwen, consisting of a Kitchen (with Stove Regis. tered Grate), Wine and another larger underground Cellar on the ground floor, Parlour, Kitchen, and Drawing Room, first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opposite~ Also, a newly-erected commodious -DWELL-ING- ~HOtTSE at TEsjai Buiimies, " inthe Town of Corw~enu, conisistin~g Of ai Kitclhenl (with Stove. egs- tered Grate), Wine and anothi' lai&e unlderground:_ Ceollar on:&ie groun for.larlonr, Kitchen,-asc Drawing R'oi fist -foor ; 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -g ED I12 T EO 2 C 3t 'Si ,ss O! , " , SuRGEoN, &e., : , o (Fermerly Evan Thomas &Sons, Surgeons, and Bone-Setters), Z ~.. 145 NETHERFIELD ROAD,, NORTH, EVERTON. -,Onihibuses from Castle street,,pa33 the Door Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of corresponding Ellis Williams..........Pr Pitting stove, & .......0 14 2 last year .. .. 0 111 3 a Rt. Williams, Teacher FcQuarter year's Salary end Commission 13 4 0 Owen Roberts .. 1... ......Fr Stove........ ....... 6 2 4 Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blodau. LUs Collection' of Ornam'n el Plants. lat, John Nickes, Bryn- tirion ; 21, B. Hnghes, Caerdeon. I Colleftion 6f Stove or Gr enhouse Plast. in Flower. laf, John 2i1, Nioksp, Rryntirlon ; 2il, George Cooks, Nsan. Fix Erotic Ferns, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    there is two large Grass Plats, one for the Men, and another for the Women. And in the Winter a Stove for each apart, where a good Fire is kept to warm them. In the Heat of the Weather, a

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    one End of the House, and all the Women at the other, each having their proper Conveniences; as likewise a Stove Room, where in the Winter they have a Fire to warm them; and at each End of the lower

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 January 1766, 31 January 1766

    Committee, to confider of the faid Papers, on Monday next. iron stove in Ordered, That the Lord Great Chamberlain be beremoved,0 defired to give Direftions, " That the Stove in the Houfe and a Range »« of Lords be forthwith Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1792, 7 February 1792

    occafioned by the accidental State of the external Atmofphere. 3. " That any Apparatus for warming the Hall by a Stove or Machine placed near the Centre of the Court, would not only be inconvenient from the large Space it Subscribers-only content

    29 December 1792, 29 December 1792

    refolved in the Affirmative. to difcharge themfelves behind or on each Side of the " Throne. " And the third Stove, being a Single one alfo, to be " erefted in the Room called the Waiting Room, the " Air Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1794, 30 June 1794

    " the Matter to them referred, and had examined Mr. " Jgbn Soane Architect, who produced a Plan of a Stove " for war.mina the Houfe of Lords, with References And in the laft, Jacob Ifaac is Plaintiff, and Robert Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1811, 22 February 1811

    Bill was read the Firft Time. The Houfe being informed, " That Robert Stove and Richan " Alexander Guid, Refpondents to the Appeal of Cap- againft Stove " tain William Richan of Rapnefs. had not put in their & Guild- Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Westwood

    a cloth-worker occupied a near-by cottage. The process was complete in 1763 when, besides the dye-house, there was a stove.Stove and dye-house, however, had been converted to two dwellings by 1781 . 197 In the late 18th century and

    Parishes Standon

    Puller 's estate; Fryer Field, Fryer's Farm, Knight's Spring , Knight's Leys , Fryer's Lawn , Fryery Croft and the Stove (reminiscent of the Knights Hospitallers), all in the neighbourhood of Standon Friars ; Stags Park, evidently marking the site


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