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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. ATRoCIOUS PROCEEDING.-On Monday evening, about eight o'clock, a man went into the shop of Mr Hubbard, gold refiner, Long acre, and asked to be served with eight grains of fine gold. The shopman took down a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FR.OM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, August 22. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. S. and W. Collier, Old Brompton, grocers-H. Davies and D. Goodger, Regent -street, chymists-J. H. and G. liadsdale, Wakefield, stock brokers-ltidsdales, fyers, and Bailey, Leeds, stock brokers-G. and E. Woolcott, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NC; NICKEL ELECTRO-PLATED S a;gting of pare :liver over Nickel: a combination of tiu 1;psessiag snoh valuable properties renders it in It rtt wa Par oorical to Sterling Silver. '' d wea r iddle Pastern. Thread. Ring's P ;.d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R' EAT EXHIBITION Of 185i-COUNCIL GMEDAL. _EXPOSITION UNIVENSELLE. 1555.- GrandeMEDAILLE,M1,3ONNEUIL-GALLERY of NEONZE d'ART.-F. BA RDEDIENNE and CO., of l'or'e, respeotfally .1stef lrti. public that a complete Collection Of their 1MATHEMATICAL REDUCTIONS, by floe proceas cif 2. Cel- osfothrhfd'mn-re of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WiTINE NO LONGER an EXPENSIVP I LUXURY.-fntr very slyperror SOUTH AFRICAN WINER, of which we hold an extmOsiv' shek, are n.w in bril. Bast cdndition, at Twenty Sqbillings per Dozsn, for Port, Sherry, biaeloa. &C. SeIng iwirported f Om Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hanley Castle

    Parishes Hanley Castle HANLEY CASTLE Hanlie (xi cent.); Hanlega, Hanlegam, Hanlea (xii cent.); Hanlegh (xiii cent.). Hanley Castle , which appears to have been known alternatively as Potters' Hanley , 1 is a large parish, and until 1894, when

    Parishes Welland

    Parishes Welland WELLAND Wenlond (ix cent.); Weneland (xii cent.); Wentlande, Wenlond (xiii cent.). The parish of Welland lies in the south-west of the county. It has an area of 1,888 acres, of which in 1905 498 were arable land,

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