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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

27 Apr 1849

AGRICULTURISTS. WILLIAM LAIRD, Nursery and Seeds Man, respectfully intimates, that his STOCK of TURNIP SEEDS is now complete, and embraces all the varieties usually grown. The Green Top Yellow Bullock and several varieties of Swedes are of his own growth from

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

26 Apr 1821

BATH, April ARRIVED HERE. Lord and Lady Cawdor, La.lv Lushington, Lady Pallker, Hon. Mr. Lu,Js:tv. Hon. Mr. Campbell, Hon. Mrs. Ramsay. Adm. M'Namarft. Gen Col. and .Wis. Horser; Major Wallace, Badcoek, laird, Cane. Blaekall; Dm. Williams, Jenkins ;

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Jun 1849

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. WILLIAM GILLESPIE, Ladies' .And Gentlemen's FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, BEGS to inform his numerous Friends and the Public that he has Removed from Mr Buchan's Premises St. Mary's Wynd, to that central and commodious Shop, 99, Baker

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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

22 Nov 1844

SchoOi of Medicine. Dr Cummins presents bis compliments to Mr Paul, and begs to inform him that his Every Man's Friend has entirely taken away both bis Corns, and has recommended it to several of his and Patients, and in no one instance has failed eradicating

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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

14 Nov 1845

TO TIIE LADIES. CROLEY and COMPANY, Stay Makers, Prince's Street, Edinburgh, respectfully announce to Ladies that Mrs Croley is present Dundee, and will be happy to receive their commands, Mrs Hankin's, No Union Street. PROPERTY IN WHALE LANE FOR SALE

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

3 Mar 1827

ensuing Season, 1827, the Property JL Mr. Wit. Huntington, near York, SEVEN SOVEREIGNS and HALF, Groom included. was got by Smclensko, dam Stamford, out Miss Ruckle, by Precipitate; her dam by Highflyer; grain dam by Lady dam, by Squirrel; Gypron, the dam

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

9 Sep 1837

Baines and Sons, Mercury Office, Leeds; Mr. Perring, Intelligencer Office; Mr. rHobson, Times Office; Mr. Pontey, Nursery and j Seedsman, Mi*. Murray. Do., j Do.; Mr. Wilkinson, Silversmith, Briggate Mr. Hirst, Do., Do. Mr. Cook, Harmonic j Institution, Co

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

13 Aug 1846

quantity. Moved bv Mr. Gilford, seconded by Mr. Wilkinson, Booked unanimously, That the thanks of this meeting are due to flit Chancellor uf the Exchequer, for his courtesy in postponing the rawing of the Bill until Monday, the 17th inst. Moved Mr. Ward, seconded

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

3 Jan 1824

Norwich* The Mm HOLLANDS' A N G O re-open for the reception YOUNG j ▼ LADIES, on Tuesday, the 20th instant. King-street, Lynn, January, 1884. •' COLTISHALL Preparatory School for Ladies. The Misses WORTS EG leave to inform their Friends and the Pubfl ' 1

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

20 Aug 1844

TAY SQUARE SEMINARIES. MR JOHNSTONE will RESUME his French and Latin Classes on Wednesday the 28th current. A PRIVATE CLASS from 3 to 4 for young Ladies : Fees, the same as at the school, paid in advance. FOR SALE, HARES of the Forfarshire and Perthshire

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

21 Jan 1823

Jan. 16th, 1823. MR. GIL.LAIRD BEGS leave to acquaint b»9 Pupils and Friends, that the DANCING ACADEMY WILL RE-OPEN on SATURDAY morning next, at the usual hour, 89, Watergate Hint. Terms.—Entrance, 10s. 6d. per quarter* £1. Is. N. B. Mr, G. has got the

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

10 Dec 1825

Scott Mr. Richd. Hinton Crawford Mr. Wm. Mars- Stilgoe Mr. H. Plowman's tone St. Lswrence Furze Dawson Mr. Robt.Halse Smith Mr. T. Radstono Dancer Mr. Jas. Wh.tfield Grounds. Edwards I rsd. Ditto Stijgoe Mr. Nathl. French Mr. Smith Mr. Geo. Flowers Mr

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

5 Apr 1845

Into state complete Repair. Apply to Mr. Davidson, City and District Bank ; Mr. Simpson, Annan. TO LET. be LET, and may be Entered on ntely, a good SHOP and DWELLING HOUSE, No. 5, Scotch Street, CARLISLE. Apply Mr. J. Rome. NEWCASTLE & CARLISLE RAILWAY

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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

21 Jul 1846

; and, when he first applied to to get some of the Medicines, I thought hi 3 case utterly hopeless, and told him that his malady had got such hold that it was only throwing his money away to use them. He, however, persisted in trying them, and, to a

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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

11 Dec 1846

Number of the Friends of Mr James Allan, Musician, Forfar, propose giving BALL, for his Benefit, in the Thistle Hall here, on Tuesday tho 22d current. Dancing to commence at eight o'clock p m. Tickets ss, for gentleman and lady—and single Tickets 3s—to

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

18 Mar 1843

persons whom HENRY late Ely. i!ccea*ed. stood indebted at his death, are requested to send au account of their ' rr*pcc»ive demands Mr. J.\ai> ranv, Tottenham, , the county «>f Mid»! ; *-ex. cr Mr. LrGGF.of ' Eiv, t' Executor* of the of the decrased, that

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

19 Jan 1827

return his sincere thanks to his his Friends and Public, for the very liberal support has uniformly experienced since his Agency has commenced, as well the general satisfaction the Spirit has universally triven; and further wishes to inform his Friends

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

18 May 1818

by Mr. Check, as tenant This lot is held for good lives.—*—For enquire Mr. Tucker, on the premises; to? »ht Auctioneer, Newport, of Wight. Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE called and DWELLING HOUSES, near (fit 1 Portsmouth and Pobtsea. be SOLD AUCTION, Mr, ,

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Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser

Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser Angus, Scotland

3 Sep 1847

THEATRE ROYAL, Castle Street. Mr T. S. - ATKINS BEGS to acquaint his Friends, and the Public generally, that, in order to afford an opportunity for parties residing at a distance from Dundee to witness that surprising genius the INFANT SAPPHO, It has

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Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette.

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette Gloucestershire, England

13 Apr 1829

Rev. Mr. Lewis, Rey. A. Lolly, Rev. Mr. Wall, Rev. Mr. Birdsall, Rev. Mr. Boadier, Rey. J. C. Bradoey, Mr. and Mrs. H. White, Mr. sad Mrs. R. Elli/Oa. Mr. and Mrs. Corr,, Mr. and Mrs. Bailer, View article

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