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  • * British History Online *

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    Chronological list of aldermen, 1400-1500

    Chronological list of aldermen 1400-1500 Chronological List of Aldermen from 1401 to the Present time. Continued from Vol. I. The succession in each Ward is given in Volume I. (pages 1-224); the following list gives the chronological succession of

    Report on the Charities of the Mercers' Company, Part II

    Report on the Charities of the Mercers' Company Part II PART II. The Mercers' School. King Henry the Eighth, by his Letters Petent of the 21st April 1542, for the valuable considerations therein mentioned (being a sum of 969

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TELEGRAPHS AND FISBINGS. Some interesting information on the wak~e of the extension of the telegraph to remote fishing districts is gie in. the seventh annual report just issued of the VPi'sbery Board for Scotland. The report said that since Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAgZET7'E, TUESDAY, Feb. 17. BASI(RUPTS. aIt BARFIELDB Augietute ,Thomals Ar-tlur, tradingtunder the 2name re or A1ng11tilo lie iLaitiey. of tile city of ]3ristol, artist, carVer, I id gilder, and pictttre framje snoker, to sout , c 3, aud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT OF GAOL SESSIONS AT YORK. t m Fra . MirWr in,;Ao,,t I (Prom oer Correspondent. ) Yesterday, a court of gaol sessions was holden at York Castle, at which Lord Teigninouth presided. It ap- peared, from the report Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXTENSIVE FORGERIES BY A DERBY SOLICITOR. Y On Saturday last Joseph Shawv, solicitor, Derby, and late lHigh Bailiff of the County Court, was brought up at the i. county gaol of that town on a charge pf forging Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. 4-b LORD CLYDE.-CHATHAM, Jul7 22.-Field-Mar- slhal Lord Clyde as Passed a, Veye efrtsable night, aud it is considered by his medical attendants that a great improve- mesit in his condition hae taken plaoo.-post. 5 tappears from a Parliamentary Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    56 Mess rs. Bussell, which is about two miles inland. The Yasse Inlet, inhabited by the families of Messrs. Layman and Chapman, is situated six miles nearer Leschenault. Some grumbling took place, because, in landing the goods for all Subscribers-only content

    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    59 ward s appeared, that while the wind seemed to be driving the ship one way, a very strong current (although at the time imperceptible to us) was impelling her in another direction. On the 25th the westerly gales Subscribers-only content

    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    56 Mess rs. Bussell, which is about two miles inland. The Vasse Inlet, inhabited by the families of Messrs. Layman and Chapman, is situated six miles nearer Leschenault. Some grumbling took place, because, in landing the goods for all Subscribers-only content

    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    59 ward s appeared, that while the wind seemed to be driving the ship one way, a very strong current (although at the time imperceptible to us) was impelling her in another direction. On the 25th the westerly gales Subscribers-only content

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