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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iron Skips and Rings, two tens of Iron Chains, east-ironl T-Bosb end loifft of Trpeesten woold urSpouts, lot of A3ir Trows, very excellent Weighing MUachine. Kovel and Door, and othcr Effects, belonginlg to Mlr. Johnl George lWood. Ssle at Eleven Subscribers-only content

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    ~H0RT LEASEHOLD, near Atetna Street. Net rents, £128. 13s. liPricoT65O-Alrllly, Ii, Wriglit, 10, Acit Street. OM~ ~ ITUATION ertim.Part qsrtrY. Trows £04318. G~,rottro S rent X1 120. Price £30 .ale 0, Ann Streel. rivOJES ear Broeletields; itall Eatretnee. P4,:lorre two Subscribers-only content

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    match Was played on Satoerday, the 2nd instant, between these clubs, on the ground of the forsier, at Wednesbury, the "Trows" winning by 44 ruin on the first inntngslasowvn by the following score;- 1DT INtoINOS. 2xD INmiNOS. E. Beddoo, bDavis Subscribers-only content

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    L A T E S T NEWS I I [Reuter's Telegramns per Press Associatieh.] FRANCE. VERSAILLES, JuNE 20 (1045p.m.) The interview between M. Thiers and the delegates of the Right was of a very courteous character. 'Ihe -delegates repeatedly Subscribers-only content

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    J. Cuxeon, J. Oldbur,: TI. Foster, A`. Clewrs, Grilliths, junl.,- S. Souitherms. B., flanks, F. Stevensoss T. S. flatton, JT. Trows, T. Wells (hluxicY), W. Elcock' J. Griffitlis, and Fox. Arrane ments were sesliseqisently made for' a hrug avss of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARNER, Edmund, of Norwich, Norf.

    a shire-incorporate.[footnote] Warner’s property holdings seem to have been comparatively small: in 1392 he received from Alice, widow of John Trows, a grant of tenure of a messuage in ‘Lysterrowe’ in St. Gregory’s parish, which she held as jointure, this

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