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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sugar Basket, tev & Mrs Dickens Lewis,. r Shrewsbury- Salt Spoons, Mr & Mrs Gough, Salop a Road, Oswestry ; Teapot Stand,. Mr Rd. Hughes, Willow I Stre'et, Oswestry Bedroom Slippers, Mr & Mrs Roberts, Manchester Rouse, Oswestry ; Leatherwork Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S handdbag lledr hardd (gan Mr. Brython Hughes, ac y ynddo anrheg gyfrin i'w anwyl hen fam yn Nghymru), 2, Teapot arian (gan Mrs. Davies, a Mrs. Gorton, Humber 3, Rd.), ac yn ychwanegol at hyn oll, cyflvynwyd iddo Sj Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    above gives the startling result of a second experiment with the Rhntgen Rays on s Maawattee Teapot, reviving, as it does, refreshl IEg memories of the teas of our Grandmotherf time of 80 years ago, - - I\, - "s~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preseuve Stand ; Mrs. Lewis, Purae and a cbhque ; Miss Annrie Lewis, Japiiese Tray ; Miss S. I Lewis, Teapot Stand and Salt Cellars ; Miss Morgan, v Pictule Frame ; Miss Davies, Silver Tea Pot; Mrs. e Capt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Japan, Japanese Tea Cloth; Mrs. Goldie, Bradford, Shawl; Miss Norwood, Bradford, Toilet Tidies; Mrs. Griffith, Hatfield, Cheque; Mrs. Ash, Birmingham, Teapot; Mr. a Mrs. May, Birming- ham', Silver Sugar Basin; Miss Cooke, Birming- ham, Coal Vases; Mr. a Mrs. J. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Malt, Candles, Soap, and Articles of ordinary Consumption. Tea, I remember, they never drank at all; I never saw a Teapot in any Man's Cottage at that Time. Do they drink Tea now Universally. What is the Price of the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Breakfast you went down again Yes, to take down the Teapot; and when I returned the Door was fastened. How soon did you return after you took down the Teapot Five or Six Minutes. And then the Door you found Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    in any Room while they were there In the Sitting-room, where they ordered Breakfast, when I went in with the Teapot, the Blind was down. Was the Sun shining into the Room so as to make it inconvenient to have Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1834, 26 May 1834

    about the same as " another, and I deny the Charge of Bribery." " Did you put U. into a Teapot that belongs to Braun- « ston?" " I did." " Did he see you put it in ?" " Subscribers-only content

    Appendices B. to F. to the eighth annual report of the Poor Law Commissioners., 1842

    . Bd^ lb., Sweet Milk, I quart . Bread, I Ib., Tea, J ot , Sugar, ) os. Bread, {.Ib., Teapot., Sugar, i os. Adults . .1737 Children . . 155 Trial . 1892 41 0 0 0 5| Fever Subscribers-only content

 

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