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    Appendix I, May 1661, 01 May 1661-31 May 1661

    Appendix I May 1661 May 1661 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. May 1. Reference from same to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands of the petition of Charles, Earl of Carlisle, petitioner shewing that by patent British History Online

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    ncutnBy, TOOLJS, &C., FOR SL -t- --'~.G~5l~cm E dobegeared, F*n. spidle riigand fai,,6 ireolar table: Screw-cutting1Lathe, 10n.cete.lt be , overhead gear: Shaping Macshine. 11in. stroke. double aeard r m notion, and oveu'nead gear 14861. 2in. I. bright -crd e Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SITUATIOES VACANi (cotci.) SWA yug)ja Vcms -Apl, tting wages&. t. to avesC~zfltsCnemhhuilder, Hereford. .45 Wanted,. near Stroud. to Work Drawing-through N140ivies.""Addires stating age. exspedsuen sund~' reu'.5,43, Daily Peast_______ ___ flfE ("twoyon) Wanted: uised posting, and to 51 timeing- 1.j Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    IOELAMSL ARTOU ____ A2TSsve~r face. ex eiib n bourne r e ad be e o proof Bunese foro United Smite:1 nobr-o er &Im=T6 &ae adwme o af of Brit<sh Sa u ird - dders, tIsG . Prim include - Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PARTN~ERSR1T (onld.) small ~~~Wanted, in wad usnss weri safely invested.-Adss 20Day PARrXER (Sleeping)Wae.t aesaei oetyOe WAN'TED. by acwit manfacurig Bsinssnear Bhrminsham; 10per rent, guaranteed; every Investigation.-Addrea, H,13 aily rANTD. leeingParterwit £5).,to enter wholesale ernalishd Prvisin Buines in Mdlan~d Counties; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PARTNERSHIPS (ronul). A~FTER Wanted, in established Chiandelier, Oil Lamp, mand ? ilwotc~ie-ilit Maisufactcrrto ta;e chargeof hootsand traves. - pies.stating the amount of canalt could pines in samxe, 4.77. b."iIy-~Bedstead Manufacturer, recently started. atd J)A{2tizakeguired £40D.-Joseph DIncishanm, 81. oprto AETNER. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SITUATIONS V4AQAXT (cos&L) I crrxwihgodv 51e Ppl Moderate A1t,,i-mnreC&Waoed. addgenea AL astu-Ae cs, tain C11&1 f~~e ppaS-Lex. care ofIlem asnLwSW=io-rs ws,,erci Street, ~Sur~veovs, an saeAgents (leading trine in A~te -idlnds.have4 a. Vacancy to: an Artlicled Pupil in It ?el'iay Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    xAaMXZY AND TOOLS FOR SALE (cod4 Agett& ohnHans ad SnsEngnees, elmntRow. (Tole- ph~neCl)-_ 83 IL 0ER (13-orse vertical); two crows tubes, gaugets and fittings, complete.-Deacoin and Foster, 178c. Anton Road. c1994 J3 o~l-ER ~(12-bormse Cornish;; fittings: work at 701h% Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    %oal and District gevcs MALVEBN. Th« Stork. -On Monday morning the storm waß severely felt at Malvern. One of the gusts upset a horse and cab, belonging to a man named Cockshut, and played a similar trick with a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LATEST NEWS^ JOURNAL OFFICE, FRIDAY, Five o'clock. TBy Telegraph."! NEWS FROM THE EAST. BLOCKADE OF THE RUSSIAN COAST. A Constantinople telegram fay, Porte notified to the Pewers, yesterday evening, that it had declared a blockade of the whole Russian Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CRADLEY A Centenarian. - A woman named Lewis died on Saturday at Bearswood. The year of her birth appears on the register as 1776, her age, therefore, being 102. Till within a few days of herdeath she enjoyed tolerably Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    VISIT OF THE QUEEN TO THE GRAND CHARTREUSE. A Standard correspondent says that the Queen's visit on Saturday to the monastery of the Grande Chartreuse will be historical. So strict are the regula- tions forbidding the entranoe of any Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HOP INTELLIGENCE Worcesteb, July 12. - The accounts we have received from the yards in this district state that the bine is looking remarkably well. Our market is not brisk, and prices remain si about our last quotation. There Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    VARIETIES Humility must be a very glorious thing, since pride itself puts it on. Pride must be something very deformed, since it dares not show itself naked, and is forced to appear in a mask. Wisdom is in the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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