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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn 73 mlwydd oed. Ar y 26ain cynfisol, yn 6 mlwydd oed, Ellen Williams, merch Hugh Williams, Boot and Shoe Warehouse, 11, Ogwen terrace, yr Bethesda. io Ar y 9ain oynfisol, ar ol tna deng wythnos o gystudd, yn 85 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hughes, gweinidog yWesleyaid, athadybriodasferch, d yn cael eigynorthwyo gan y Parch. J. Donne, Mr. Rd. Owen, a Boot and Shoe Warehouse, Amlwch, a Miss Annie Evans c Hughes, o'r un dref. . z Ar y laf cyfisol, yn St. Mary, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16t i~a O#Oatioxi *-,c L 4 =4 1 GENEDIGAETHAV. . Ar yr leeg eyfisolpiedyPrh .~ns cda, ydad , prid li. T. ar ferch.' Ar! y if ed. cjdeol, priod r. JohnRObeti W z erfab. , ,, ,, .. ,: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oed. d LLFIDu BEIDDGAR.-Nos Wener diweddaf, dal. o iwyd un George Williams yn y weithred o ladrata n blawd o Warehouse Mrs. Williams, Glan'rafon, gan o P. C. Jones a Owen Jones, Liverpool Arms. Yr ceddid, yn calli pethait o'n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ........ 5 0 Richard Mills, Grocer, Dolgelley .. 5 0 0 David-Griffith, Independent Minister 5 0 0 J. Williams, Shoe Warehouse ........3 3 0 Lewis Williams, Auctioneer .........3 3 0 J. Roberts, Vrondirion Terrace . 3 3 0 J. F.Jones, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 December 1710, 11 December 1710

    the prohibited Eaß India Goods " by the old Eaß India Company, which were entitled " to Debenture, in a Warehouse at St. Hellens; what " exported, and what remains, from 20th September " 1709 to 25th March 1710." Alfo, Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1753, 16 January 1753

    during this Seffion of Parliament. *' N° 3. An Account of prohibited Eaft India Goods " remaining in His Majefty's Warehouse in the Port of " London, at Michaelmas 1751 ; what have been fince " brought in, what exported, Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1790, 26 January 1790

    in the faid Warehoufe at Michaelmas 1789." 2. " An Account of prohibited Eaß India Goods im¬ ported into Lemenheff Warehouse in the Port of Lon¬ don, from Michaelmas 1788 to Michaelmas 1789 ; alfo, what exported durug that Time, Subscribers-only content

    15 December 1800, 15 December 1800

    into, on their Parts, the Company will give " up the 3 per Cent. Duty, payable to them for " Warehouse Rent and Charges, upon all Rice im- *' ported. " That the Owners of all Rice to be imported Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1808, 30 June 1808

    Adi for reducing the Duty of Cuftoms on IO. I! ti Coffee imported into Great Britain, when taken out of Warehouse for Home Confumption." An Adt for enabling His Majefty to eftablifli 11 a permanent Local Militia Force, under certain Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Quay and docks

    used as a warehouse by 1583 , 15 and in 1630 the customs officers occupied the upper rooms and the corporation kept its stock of coal for sale to the poor at low prices in the warehouse underneath. The fuel

    East Donyland Economic history

    and run by the Rowhedge Wharfland Warehouse Co. which developed a 92-a. site on the river south of Rowhedge village. 60 The quay was extended to 150 m. c . 1970 , and the warehouse business expanded after the takeover

    Industries Pottery : Chelsea porcelain

    St. James's Street , called the Chelsea China Warehouse . N. Sprimont. An advertisement in reply to the above is in the General Advertiser of 29 January 1750 (old style): Chelsea China Warehouse . Seeing it frequently advertised, that the

    Islington Economic history

    His nursery may have been taken over c . 1800 by Henry John & Co., of the Seed and Root Warehouse , opposite the Thatched House inn. 63 Cooksfield , on the west side of Upper Street between Park and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTTERWORTH, Joseph (?1770-1826), of 43 Fleet Street, London and Bedford Square, Mdx.

    BUTTERWORTH, Joseph (?1770-1826), of 43 Fleet Street, London and Bedford Square, Mdx. Constituency Dates Coventry 1812 301818 Dover 1820 301826 Ofifces Held Treasurer, Wesleyan missionary soc. 1819-d. Biography Butterworth’s grandfather was a pious blacksmith of Goodshaw Chapel, Rossendale, four

    MACKINTOSH, Sir James (1765-1832).

    fluency and brilliant erudition, you can rarely carry off anything worth preserving. You might not improperly write on his forehead, "Warehouse to let!" He always dealt too much in generalities for a lawyer. He is deficient in power in applying

 

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