The Illustrated Guide to Sheffield and the Surrounding District, Comprising Accounts of the Early History and Progress of the Town ...: And of the Suburban Scenery and Places of Interest ...

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Pawson and Brailsford, 1879 - 398 pages
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Page 210 - Commission is the expediency of encouraging the formation of partnerships en commandite, as they exist on the continent of Europe, and in the United States of America...
Page 315 - O'er subject towns, and farms, and villages, And gleaming streams, and wood, and waterfalls. Up ! climb the oak-crown'd summit ! Hoober Stand And Keppel's Pillar gaze on Wentworth's halls, And misty lakes, that brighten and expand, And distant hills, that watch the western strand. Up ! trace God's foot-prints, where they paint the mould With heavenly green, and hues that blush and glow Like angel's wings ; while skies of blue and gold Stoop to Miles Gordon on the mountain's brow.
Page 56 - ... registered by a name identical with that by which a subsisting company is registered, or so nearly resembling the same as to be calculated to deceive...
Page 315 - tis Morthen spire ! The sun is risen ! cries Stanedge, tipp'd with fire ; On Norwood's flowers the dew-drops shine and shake; Up, sluggards, up ! and drink the morning breeze.
Page 328 - Her Majesty the Queen, the Late Prince Consort, and other Members of the Royal Family, Lon., 1868, 12mo; 3d ed., 1876.
Page 311 - In Yorkshire, near fair Rotherham, The place I know it well ; Some two or three miles, or thereabouts, I vow I cannot tell ; But there is a hedge, just on the hill edge, And Matthew's house hard by it ; O there and then was this dragon's den, You could not chuse but spy it.
Page 311 - And that the forests sure he would Devour up by degrees : For houses and churches were to him geese and turkeys, He ate all, and left none behind, But some stones, dear Jack, which he could not crack, Which on the hills you will find.
Page 311 - Devour did he Poor children three, that could not with him grapple ; And at one sup He eat them up, as one should eat an apple.
Page 387 - ... their mingled foliage and ruin — a life in death. All is grey and old. The ground is grey,- — beneath the trees are grey with clinging lichens, — the very heather and fern that spring beneath them have a character of the past...
Page 57 - Company as aforesaid, or so nearly resembling the same as to be calculated to deceive : (6 ) Any person to whom a Sheffield corporate mark legally belongs .shall be entitled to have the same mark registered also as a trade mark under this Act, in respect of any particular goods or classes of goods, in the same manner and upon the same terms and conditions in and upon which he might have registered the same if it were not a Sheffield corporate mark : (7.) Nothing in this Act shall prejudice or affect...

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