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Victory V Traditional, 996 g, Lot of 24

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verifyErrors }}{{ message }}{{ /verifyErrors }}{{ Manchester Metropolitan University (2010). "North West Film Archive". Manchester Metropolitan University . Retrieved August 31, 2012. Sorry got his number wrong, I quoted it from my grandmother's telegram she sent to HMS Lancaster informing him of the birth of my father in April 1919.

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When buying partner items like this one, your contract of sale will be with our Range Plus Partner instead of us. As requested I've attached the record for my grandfather, William Daniel Warden his number was 16996. I think I've found information about the times he was on HMS Hampshire, (Med & China) HMS Astraea, (Cameroons) HMS Lancaster (Canada) and HMS Dragon (Baltic) but the time associated with HMS Victory V is eluding me so anything you can give me would be much appreciated.a b Sean O'Grady (14 March 2009). "Minor British Institutions: Victory V lozenges". The Independent, London. Archived from the original on 2022-08-17. In 1959, a film was produced by Red Rose Films called The Story of Victory-V, documenting the production of Victory V lozenges and other products of the Nelson Victory V factory. [2]

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By working with a variety of trusted Range Plus Partners, we’re able to offer our customers a wider selection of products. Hello, My great great grandfather was also a RMLI and served the Victory V. I can't understand most of the comments on his service record. What does 'Do' mean in the column for the 'Name or Division of Ship'? Here is the file.

Cookbooks● Diary● Index● Magic Menu● Random● Really English?● Timeline● Donate● English Service● Food Map of England● Lost Foods● Accompaniments● Biscuits● Breads● Cakes and Scones● Cheeses● Classic Meals● Curry Dishes● Dairy● Drinks● Egg Dishes● Fish● Fruit● Fruits & Vegetables● Game & Offal● Meat & Meat Dishes● Pastries and Pies● Pot Meals● Poultry● Preserves & Jams● Puddings & Sweets● Sauces and Spicery● Sausages● Scones● Soups● Sweets and Toffee● About ...● Bookshop●

Victory V Foods of England - Victory V

Victory V Original Flavour Lozenges release a warming sensation to instantly sooth your sore throat and eases congestion. Infused with liquorice and menthol, these powerful lozenges are 'forged for strength', providing fast-acting relief from the symptoms of colds. Difficult to read but it appears that he was drafted into the Royal Naval Division (possibly serving in the BEF) from 1 January 1917 until 28 September 1918 (borne for pay and admin on the books of HMS VICTORY V, as previously described). Very hard-paste, very strong-tasting, brown cough lozenge of distinctive rectangular shape with cut-off corners. Devised by Thomas Fryer and Dr Edward Smith of Nelson, Lancashire, in the mid 19th Century. The original formulation included liquorice, ether and 'Chlorodyne' - a mixture of opium, cannabis, alcohol and chloroform. They were extremely popular. (Fryer's were also involved in the development of Jelly Babies)Victory V is a British brand of liquorice-flavoured lozenges. [1] Originally manufactured in Nelson, Lancashire, they were devised by Thomas Fryer and Edward Smith MD in 1864 [1] and were initially made by hand to ensure that each sweet contained the correct amount of therapeutic ingredients: ether, liquorice and chloroform.

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