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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bob bysbysrwydd ychwanegol anfoner at Mit, EDWARD JENKINS, "Gwalia Hotel," Upper Woburn Place, London. telegraphic Address, " GWYNFA LONDON." Llandrindod Weels. TREFEOCA HOUSE (Public and Private Apaitments). t a flAVING disposed of the above house to Mr. & c I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quotations. In Beans, Peas, ;ad Other articles of grain prices are unaltered. azetteeAverage&. Wheat. Barley. Oats. IRye. I Beans. pe Weels ended February 19 ..... 7d.. lad. 12S 4di I, I,. Sixweeks iGoverns sty) .... . u9s. 5127s. Oddt33s SMITHFIELD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IRye. IBean,. P1eas. Week ended Oct. 8 s1 lid I1s ltd 21s 7d 35s ltd 40 5d 8so id Six Weels lGoverns Duty).......... t 66 Id 37s Id 20s ltd 2ts 45 415 Sd 43s 4d SMITHFIELD MARKETS, FaIDAY. Prices Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wok _ended Oct. 15 62 3d 31s id 2Is 8d 35s 3di Mas 6i S't Ud Six Weeks (Gsverns Duty)x Weels....... 6s ld 55s 9d 2ts 5d M8s td! S2 h 9.1 P2, 2 SMITHFIELD MIARKEVS, FasIAr. Prices per Stone. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4470 - - acks Foreign ........1 i330 700 9220 - - bris. Garette Anerages. Wheat !artey. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas. Weels ended July9 II Ohs104 27s 5d 25 2d s 5d us 1 i34s Od 'Six Weeks (Governs DutySix Weeks Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 12 December 1833

    with the Chairman of the Committee in 1819 and in 1822. Have you any thing further to state respecting the Weels T should propose that no Carriage of any Description should be built or constructed with "Wheels, the Nails of Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1729, 9 March 1730

    Waggons and Carts from the Committee of the whole Houle, to whom the Mu"inj" .to carry for Hire with fuch Weels, as they ufed before Bill for punslhing Mutiny and Defertipn, and for. the bet- Deiertk the paffing of the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 19 March 1761

    to repeal fo much of Act 50 Geo. i, relating to the Highways, as reftrains Waggons travelling for Hire with Weels of lefs Breadth than Two Inches and a H<:lf when worn, from being drawn with more than Three Horfes, Subscribers-only content

    First report of the Commissioners of Public Instruction, Ireland., 1835

    Diocese of Connor; CLASS I.— RECTORIES AND VICARAGES. 275* BBKEIICKS. I i *s Be*eriiHlen «f eadh Sekoot. Source* of Support. No.efCMKrtn on Uie UooHt at 0>e thuo of Inspection, Whether tho average 'tatty Average Attendauw ha* daily lwcn Increasing, Subscribers-only content

    Poor rates and pauperism. Return (A.) Comparative statement of pauperism., 1880

    j 1879 \ 1880 } 6,839 6,801 6,077 6,232 * \ 55,123 35,00 33,148 59,3U 60,272 Diffeieaee betsern the corresponding Weels. 3.305 401 6S1 1,438 1,773 :i y 1 ¦ 60,371 42,319 39,949 1 jj 65,421 j ,504 I 66,504 Subscribers-only content

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