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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N btlb. TY YR AncGLiYDnIn, Dydd Iau.-Yn Nhy yr Arg- lwyddi dydd Iau, aeth Mesur Cenedlaetholiad trwy bwyllgor. TY Y CYFRFEDIN. -Oymerodd Mr. Bernal Osborne ei eisteddle yn y T5 dros ddinas Waterfdrd heddyw, a hyny yn nghanol amlygiadau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y RHYFEL. n - AMDDIFFYNIAD PARIS. Mae holl amddifly'nfeydd'Paris wedi en gosod a mewf cyflwj parod:i wrthsefyll'jmosodiad. Mae In yr haol linellaut o amddiftynf'eydd sydd yn amn- a- gylchuay 'ddinas gyda'u gilyddyn 78-milldir Q am- ,fs gylchedd, ae wedi-eu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SON, kT; T I-ONEMIL- APPRAISERS, b Estate Jents and La ud Valuers, CARNARVON AND PWLLHELI. GENERAAUCTIONS AND VALUATIONS conducted in Tow n try, or Neighbouring Counties, with ability order, and puntuality. OprpcEs-BBRIIGE STREET, CARNARVON Goruchwyliwr Ymfud1ol Oymreig. AT YK'UDWYt.R DAVID Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Va- -elast. Thbre areafewva- Ycaiwces for:'Boarders.- : ' '''."'' - Fof'ejr~ms4 &c., apply to Ma. EnWrN JOXES, CAD- 1- HOrSE, Tow 9N. )- 11UY- l TON PA R K 0 L-E u - FOR LADIEs. ESTABLISHED 1' YZArs. - - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . Xp2piaba. Just Pubised, Price 6d., fIALVINISTIC METHODISM IN WALES, Its kJ present position and fature prospects. A Critical Review. London; HODDEB & STOUGHTON, 27, Paternoster Row, E.C. TEE ACADEMY, TOWYN, CONDmCTED BY MR. EDWIN JONES, AND THE Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 30 November 1653, 30 November 1653-30 November 1653

    them shall be sold at a Price, to be paid by the first Buyer thereof, 1 For all Hemp, Flax, Tow, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Wax, Tallow, Cable, Cable Yarn, and all manner of Cordage, upon every Twenty Shillings Value, to

    Appendix B, Musters

    chardged after the rate of xx li. in goodes hath every of them one Almeyne Ryvett Tow long bowes Tow sheifes of arowes Tow stele cappes and one black bill amounting To Almeyne Ryvettes v long Bowes x sheifes of

    British History Online

    and the said Commissioners and their Deputies shall have power to repay the same accordingly. Provided also that Hemp, Flax, Tow, Pitch, Tar, Rozen, and Tallow imported be accounted under Saltery-wares; And that all Cotten-wools imported shall pay onely six

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 13 June 1610, 13 June 1610-13 June 1610

    your natural Mother. The Thrift of this Parliament drawn down the King's Revenue 20,000l. less. - Deal Boards, Iron unwrought, Tow, Clap-board. - Raisins : - Not removed, but abated : - Impositions upon Manufactures, taken away : - Exceptions

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1494-5

    s of Sir Thomas Russell', for o yere vj s viij d 16 of harry Mershe for j howse at Tow er hille, for o yere xx s of Will ia m halle, waterman, for o yere xxxiij s iiij

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Warwick Introduction

    . Dugdale, Warias . 372. H. A. Cronne, Boro. of Warw . (Dugdale Soc. Occasional Paper no. 4) 13. Defoe, Tow through Gt. Britain , ed. G. D. H. Cole , 484. Cod. Dipt . ed. Kemble , iv, pp.

    Modern York Economy, 1800-38

    anticipation of the benefits of cheaper coal which the projected railway would bring, the prospectus of the York Flax and Tow -Spinning and Weaving Company appeared, one of the directors of the company being George Hudson . 11 Other reasons


    workers, and a flaxdresser. 18 The brickworks was in West field at that time, but was not mentioned again. A Tow dike was then situated on the common, 19 but later flaxdressers may have used the 20 or so 'old

    Index L - Z

    , medieval, 26, 341. Tours (Indre et Loire), Abbey of, 8, 9, 17. tow , spinning and weaving, 134, 257, 508; see also Y. Flax and Tow Spinning and Weaving Co. Tower Cinema , 534. Tower St . (Castlegate Lane),

    Ashton ASHTON Ashton village

    on Wednesdays and Saturdays from the mid 19th century (if not before) until the First World War, and occasionally to Tow cester on Tuesdays. 34 One carrier, who also sold paraffin and benzolene, continued to go to and from Northampton


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