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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of C. B. Ponserby, Esq. of .Fiaoole AbeyTiperryto J~y, auhte oftle lteColonel La Tooche, idiltowo. Onthe 21st ult. at Arthur Seat,. Arthur Dingwall Fordyce, of Culsb, Esq. LL.I. aged 89. dera On the 26th of March, at Madeira, Anne Amelia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Enoch Ai-den, etc. By Alfred Tennyson, D.C.L, Poet- Laureate. Moxon. When Dante taught men how a poet should write in his mother toiguc, he expressed the simple truth of his soul through the artificial learning of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM REVISION COURT. II lo -; - - -d -.. I-- 1._._1__s :a __ 1 _ t _ __ . A The revision of tho voters' lists for the borough of Bir- seas continued yesterday, at the Parish Offices, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M I ~~~~ £ I A. N L0 4 - dc1 ;I.-- l'it Tj IFf (inmo1oN C)R- Nr IA LSnIro FIsiDTA.-Hc-1rMa- 10t Qst ii 15 1001 1leasecl to pjcjcrove of the resolution passed by to tile I ottlt of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IADVERTISEMENT.] THE MOST EFFvICACIOUS PLAi' OF TREATMENT FOP. CGENERAL Drnrurr.-In cases of extreme debility, emaciation, de- fective nutrition, and Irregula~r digestIon, the Powerful curative infl". once ot Dr. (le Jonghes Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil in well and ecienti- icaly Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Table of contents

    Table of contents TABLE OF THE CONTENTS Preface page 1528, September 26. Ship pertaining to the town to be sold, [ C.R. Adv. Lib. fol. 100. ] 1 October 2. Grant to Sir John Tyndale of an altarage in

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The difficulties of health reformers., 1884

    168 THE DIFFICULTIES OF HEAL 1H REFORMERS. set aside a portion of Holyrood Park as a recreation ground for football and other games. " No reason was assigned. But on August 10th , in reply to a question by Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    100 OLD BUILDING ROOM II. Sloping Wall Case 607. Series of Colours, Drawing Apparatus and Instruments, and other Artists' Materials. Bresented by Messrs G. Eowney & Co., and Messrs Eeeves & Sons, London . Above Wall Case . eries Subscribers-only content

    A plea for ragged schools, or, Prevention better than cure, 1847

    A PLEA F OR RAGGED SCHOOLS. 13 «\ marched along the public street, shackled to a policeman, and returning to society with the jail-brand on his brow, any tatter¬ ed shred of character that hung loose about him before Subscribers-only content

    A plea for ragged schools, or, Prevention better than cure, 1847

    A PLEA F OR RAGGED SCHOOLS, & c. On approaching Edinburgh from the west, after the general fea¬ tures which distance presents,-dome, and spire, and antique piles of building, the Castle standing in the foreground, while Arthur Seat raises Subscribers-only content

    The difficulties of health reformers., 1884

    168 THE DIFFICULTIES OF HEAL 1H REFORMERS. set aside a portion of Holyrood Park as a recreation ground for football and other games. " No reason was assigned. But on August 10th , in reply to a question by Subscribers-only content

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