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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MURDER IN EASTCHEAP. On Tuesday night, at about ten minutes past ten o'clock, a horrible murder was committed at the Kir.4's Head public- house, Eastcheap, on the person of' Mr Burdon, the land- lord, as well as an attempt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hanson, ; ('lOW (hansoisebl yonnbg iialt-breodAyrsblr') and Calf; very oultable c Jfor a gentleman, Aso, a black Welsh Cow and Calf, cow with Imiiecbsac.-W, MIlllr, VloatakeFlo'P , Walscal,. o-I26 r IGS.-3 ste-onag 'anded, Ybrklfhit 3nd6 Tasmioyth, direct fil-m i br'ens.-Apply,; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WA.NTED" CLA3S {f AlJVERYISEMENTS. For centescutive iosertlone of the elasses of small Adeartieoment T 6parttieslarieed belowe the followving are' the yrcpaidt cabrge .- i 16wrd,IOne, 6dl. 1 7 to 52 01,oid, Onre.... leI. Odl Cal D~itto, Thrcs Inetin .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTED" CLASS of ADVBRTISEMENTk3 yor casectjOOttt Insertiolns of the olcsses of ena~ll Advertisement' a lstiulsriaed below the fololovinj are the mrpaidf chargesi:- _ M Mrds Once . ..... d. 1 7 to 32 Words, Once....: %O ~)ltoThre Iser~on.. I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EI(TABTISEED SEVENTY YEARS. IMONEY A.DVANOED, %without Sureties, at wverY re"- sonablo Cha~rges, auondelst ep topiettosnit Horrowyera. Fari drik helss free. -Apply, Mr. Carter, 84. Aeton Street, Birmingham. [c491 EASO ABL EMks and FAIR DELNc-1. one aipwards ADVANED WITHOUT SURETIES. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    General Index C C Cabrier , Charles Caddell , Robert Caddy , William Caddywiddy , Edward Cadiz fleet, the Governor of Cadiz Bay Cadroy , Stephen Caen Wood Cage , Vavazor Cailleau , Stephen Cairnes , Mr. Caipe , Subscribers-only content

    William III, July 1696, 01 July 1696-31 July 1696

    William III July 1696 July 1696 July 1. Whitehall. Sir William Trumbell to the Commissioners of Customs, recommending the request contained in a memorial given in by Mr. Pauly, Danish resident, desiring that a cargo of French salt taken Subscribers-only content

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