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  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Venezuelan international law., 1896

    18 TlMEH Rl. ^ i planted coffee and orange trees, on the hill where he dwelt. Surely Inciarte's diary should be published, as the details omitted might prove to be of value at the present time. Leaving the Aruka, Subscribers-only content

    [Memorial of merchants, manufacturers, traders, and others ] to the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone., 1869

    10 Thom as Mills, Secretary, Middleton and Tongo Cotton Mill Company, Limited, Middloton, James Aapoll, Manufacturer, Middloton. William lTuine Rothery, Clork, 81, Riohmond-torraco, Middloton. T, Stimpson, Minister, Middleton . " Samuel Barlow , Bleacher, Dyer, & c, Stake-hill, Ohad- Subscribers-only content

    The Temperance Society record no. IX, vol. II, 1831

    1831 . ] Progress of Temperance Societies . Dumbartonshire. Bonhill and Balloch , Cumbernauld , Duntocher and Faifley , Dumbarton , Kirkintilloch , Leven , Milton Printfield, Annan , Dumfries , Ecclefechan , Dumfries -shire. Edinburghshire. Dalkeith , Edinburgh Subscribers-only content

    The Temperance Society record no. XIX, vol. II, 1831

    292 List of Societies.-Subscriptions and Donations. [ Dec. 1831 . TftiUTHs' ASSOCIATIONS. Mirdrie,. Alloa , Annan , Auchinbowie and Plean , * Auchterarder , Ayr , Bathgate , .~ Beith , • Buchlyvie , • Callander ,. Campbelton ,. Subscribers-only content

    Second annual report of the Scottish Temperance Society., 1831

    but who have now abandoned them altogether, and who unitedly declare, that they were sufferers from their use, and have been gainers by their relinquishment. Their medical properties, as remedies for complaints for which they have long been prescribed, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S rPOM LiSl' NIGIII"S LONDON GAZETTE. - BANIKRUPTS. The Aleton Lime Company, .Aiston-Carlisle, 17th MSav f3hsioblr> , late Nelson-strect, Bristol. tea. deafer-Bristol. 19ta May Alfred Fisher, (9orlaatos, outfitter-4Great Yarmouth, 17th May Samuel Johnson, trading ae Johnson Bros., Nottingham, GrOteT- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YOIRKSHlTRE COAL TRAFFIC BY RAILWAY TO LONDON. I A - A- n m n ti *AsAA___tA A comparativesly mioderato tonnage of coal was sent to iLondon by raihry in March last, comparing most uu- sfavourably wth the quantity forwarded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LORD ROSEBERY ON ISLI RESIGNATION. IMPORTANT SPEECH. ATTACK ON MR. GLADSTON E'S POLICY. ITS FOLLY EXPOSED, THE CYPRUS CONVENTION. ENGLAND'S POSITION AND DUTY. A PERSONAL EXPLANATION. SPECQUL, TELEGRAM. EDInewnUnP , FRID.AY NIGHT.-Under any cir- cumstances the speech which Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AI)~l, WAY DISASTER.S CD T£XPIRES S TRAINS IN T COLIASlON. c t SERiOUS LOSS OF LFE1. UriGIITON PULLMAN CR A d ON'i iR E. .- Prcs sAzociatton's correspondent in Scot- P ..' 13erhi i';1. and Sussex on last Saturday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AET, HENDN, HAMPSTEAD, and 'ARNE LIDO RAILWAY. ,tiicrii0 rtiof o car toy Construction of Railways; Trafi~c I clews:ct Amnde ttiltof, Acts.) t utsi: Ii tI'.N, tha APPLICATION Is in. ed ~ mit' toI''RLIAMENT in tile eallildlia. session for 511 Subscribers-only content

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