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You searched for: Place: "Great Corby" "Great Corby"

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  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    A Monumental Group, 1811

    A Monumental Group A woman wearing a cloak over her head gesturing up to left at a source of light and bending consolingly over another who sits back faint and sorrowful with a child lying across her lap, looking

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ESTABLI~~~~~~~~~~aFD A~~~~~~~dS. AUCTION BOOMS and OFFICES:-. kASiT-lALt.DE, LEEDS. HROSE and CARRIAGE RIOPOSITORYr- YORK-PLC.LECED._L M..... Messs. HPP~RThe Yorkshire Repository, wieLlncdefm yesers. REPPERand SONS' Sale onTusv e wlInudfrn 3 0 Ftrmer0,HORSES, the proporty dof Gef(a 181 following are worth, wttO-tinl; - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C OUSING. A THE PURlD'YSBJRN MELETO2G. t _ r; President-Mr. It. N. Bavt, D.L. it Vice-Presidents-Captain M'Calmaont, Mi[R.; Messrs. ht John Ait6xander, DL.. James Henderson, R. G. >. Dunville, W.L Y Patrons-Captain Xrchdale, D.L.: R. X. Douglas, J. b.P.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CO U RISING. SBLI. OF GREYHOUNDS. 1. ob.-.e Isthat Mr. Tom Grbahm, Great Corby, Carlisle, is disposing of his entire kernnel of run- ning dogs at the Royal Repository, Barbican, London, oa Saturday, the 6th January next He offers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LIONDON GAZETTES. DAN~ilrTS,- TUESDAY, ArRse 5. BANKlUPTS-AV.WW Id IADDON, Esser, linendraper. - IV. CtOWVLEY, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, wheolwright.-C. G. WILSON, Foster-lane, City, woollen warehouseman.-E. lUNT, King William-street, and Nicholas-lasne, Lombard-street; Waltham- cross, Hertfordshire; and Choshunt-terrace and Grange-road, Bar- mondsey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIMITIVE METHODIST DIS- TRICT MEETING. (BT OUR ROVING COMMISSIONER.) CONNEXIONAL POSITION. At Saturday afternoon's session of the district meeting at Carlisle the application of the Wigton branch of the Maryport Circuit to be made into an independent circuit with Subscribers-only content

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