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  • * British History Online *

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    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 05 April 1830

    Coal Trade Minutes of evidence: 05 April 1830 Die Lunæ, 5 Aprilis 1830. [213 ] The Lord President in the Chair. William Brandling Esquire is called in, and examined as follows: When you gave Evidence before, you spoke to

    Coal Trade, Appendix No. 1

    Coal Trade Appendix No. 1 [253 ] [254 ] [255 ] [256 ] [257 ] [258 ] [259 ] No. 1.-An Account of the Selling Prices of the different Sorts of Coals in the Port of London, on the

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    Coal Trade Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830 Die Lunæ, 1 Martii 1830. [73 ] The Lord President in the Chair. Mr. William Drummer is called in, and examined as follows: What is your Occupation? I am Clerk to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW AND POLICE. MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.-TuaSDAY. CHAnRGE or Ro0aaEaY AGAINST A CABMAAN.--4. Knight, a cab-- man, was indicted for feloniously assaulting Mary Barry, putting her in bodily fear, and stealing fiom her person a purse containing 11i 19s. 6d. in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS AND OCCURRENCES. I SHOCKING ACCIDENT.-On Friday, last week, an accident attended with fatal consequences occurred to Mrs Emily Griffiths, the wife of a tradesman residing at 9 Queen's terrace, St John's wood, under the following painful circumstances: Her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAL GOSSIP. rFrom& te BEchel The readin: publig owes a debt to Dr. B. A- Bond, until last year principal librarian of the British Museum, it will do well not to forget. He entered the manuscript department of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vatrg. THE FESTIVAL. "Passus et sepultus est"- But yesternaorning, ui6tly, faintly, The words sobbed out in shivering sighs, As hymn divine, and anthem saintly, Rang through our hearts and filled out eyes With warm and blinding tears-until The last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fg4e 'Prakum. THE COLLIERS' STRIKE IN YOnKSHIRa.-The obstinacy of the present strike appears to be giving way, and probably a long period will not elapse before we shall be able to an- nounce general resumption of work at the Subscribers-only content

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