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  • * British History Online * *

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    British History Online

    William III, 1698 Chapter XV. An Act for opening the ancient and makeing any New Roynes and Water Courses in and neare Sedgmore in the County of Somerset for rendring the said Moor more healthfull and profitable to the

    Index, D

    Index D D Dabriggecourte , John, of Warwickshire, gent., 317. Dacheth. See Datchet. Dacre , Christopher, esq., 945. -, Hugh, D. Theol., 455. -, Humphrey, 130. -, -, esq., 455. -, -, lord Dacre of Gilsland, 455, 512. -, Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    Index P P P , John, 146. Pacie , Thomas, merchant, 637. Padbury , Bucks, parsonage, 902. Paddington , Padyngton, Middx., 594. -, Westbourne in, 594. Padstow , Paddestowe, Cornw., manor, 414. Page , Edmund, gent., son of Richard, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADEBSMN'S ADDRESSES. PAINLESS DENTISTRY'. NITROUS OXIDE, OR LAUGHING CUAB, 28, COLAIORB'. AT HOME DAILY. 31R. B. L. tMOSELY. T\-HE DEN TIST Maember of the College of Dentists, England. aul origiual htro. docer of this Gaes. gtinra~ntees entire immueity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. Tern COAL TRADE IN SCOTLANO.-The Fife end Clsdk-. mannan coalmastere have invited representative men from each colliery to meet them at at conference on the subject : of a eliding scale for regulating avagee.- HEAVY FOGON LONDON.-Alheavy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ITEEEFORDSHJRIf ~HORS.IE SEOW ;,- SOCIETY." - Ih .The abon anu -al'xiton 'nues' rh uspicei'of'' e the Herefordshire Horse Showm .Society was'.opened, a yesterday, on the Wyeside'ia; Herefoird;n.a field oppo-i el site the Castle" Green, and- will -be concluded -to-day. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONS WA3NTLD BY (cointd.) 4,kSSSTA'NTIth,- nine rears' Lisutrience gennerol Furnishingan Zelley. 44, Southorniran, Exctertjc,2S0i 1AK-Zi~ tll Seeks Sitoatia~n. Second or Third; knowledgle of B~~~~~Gr~udY, Pam~sy St., Carrisgton, Rem.cta.__ga ' ASIElS and Cefciar~ati mtsby good all- Breline. s-ed: rofereuces-Appl!y. Hiastinigs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    §btucatioh.I T HE NhISSES BLAND'S ESTABLISHMENT for . the Education of Young Ladies will Re-open Juil Tve-nty-fi t-h 10, Queen-square, Lceds. C 1'AG M[ISS S. A. BLAND'S PREPARATORY SiiffOOL for Voussig Gentlemen will Re-open July Ticente-stffth 1861. 10, Queen-s Subscribers-only content

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