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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. HDO E. CaEDIT FOaNCEr AND MOBILIER OF ENGLAND (Limited) decided to issue Debenture Bonds of the Company for the b5ue ts end bearing interest as under, viz.: In sums of 101., 201., 60, 00l 25*, 5001., and 1,0001., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. VISIT OF SIR 8. NORThSCOTE TO BSIPMT.-4ir.-Stf-. ford Northoote has accepted an invitation toattend the .inaugural banquet of the new Constitutional Club, Belfast. bI P roPEoSD SUNDAY CLOSING BILL FOR DVIAMX.- G e The Bishopof Durham presided Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 YAM AND OO.S OENTLEMENIVS SpRINGI TROUSERSI 15. Gnd. THOUSHrVh lie Pn % TROU16s -we desIgned On an um prorod mothad, whidh euvew eloganu i. ler- feet fit. and TRV8OI;M. comfort in TROUSERS, I" Od. ~ weaur. lIU. Gd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. Under the Manageosent of Mr. M. H. Simpoon, Jun. IIS PRESE:NT M(Saturday) EVENING, May 20, THE WORKMEN OF PARIS. SBpported by Mr. R. PHILLIPS Mr. VOSLLAIRE, Mrs. G. PAU NOEORT, Mrs. M. KBURNE, kiis J. DEBOBOE)UGH, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rablic Atmgmtnto, GRAND COR IC ET MATC T , THE UNITED ELEVEN OF ALL ENGLAND AND7 TWENTY-TWO OF THE ASTON CRICKET CLUB, AT '211E LOWER GROUNDS, ASTON PARK, MONDAY, TUTSDAY, and IVEDNEDDAY NEXT, JULY 31, and A U UST Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Charles Bradlaugh, M. P., his portrait and biography., 1881

    organize d Sunday evening lectures and debates for entire winter seasons. At Yarmouth similar results were achieved; and thus in all parts of the country Bradlaugh was laying the foundation of the power he now possesses. The following curious Subscribers-only content

    Tasmania: information for intending emigrants., 1876

    T wonde rful rate. The deaths in 1,000 children between 3 and 14 years old only average about five per thousand annually."- Dr. E. S. Hall , F. of Statist, and Epid. Society. Nearly all our native trees and Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    29 The New Chum Company at Nine Mile Springs has, within a very few months, paid dividends amounting to £17,500, Xron. Iron was the next mineral which attracted attention, although its existence was known more than half a century Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    33 hold ers; but the management was bad, the subscribed capital soon became exhausted, and after a month's working operations were stopped. The company was wound up in August, 1874 . The pros¬ pects of the mine were exceedingly Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of the exhibits in the Tasmanian court., 1880

    35 On t he North and South coasts are found many valuable coloured earths suitable for the manufacture of pigments; and at Tarn o' Shanter Bay , to the eastward of the River Tamar , a Mel¬ bourne company Subscribers-only content

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