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    supply
  • Be a source of (something needed)

  • give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"

  • Make (something needed or wanted) available to someone; provide

  • an amount of something available for use

  • Provide (someone) with something needed or wanted

  • offering goods and services for sale





    rental
  • lease: property that is leased or rented out or let

  • Of, relating to, or available for rent

  • available to rent or lease; "a rental car"

  • the act of paying for the use of something (as an apartment or house or car)





    baby
  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

  • A young or newly born animal

  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"











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Lactina Double Pump - System Kit ONLY


Lactina Double Pump - System Kit ONLY



The Lactina Breastpump is a favorite of hospitals, rental centers and moms. Ideal for long-term and frequent pumping needs, Lactina is a multi-user breastpump.
This kit contains everything you need to single or double pump (that is pump one or both breasts at the same time) with the Lactina pump. Add a Classic barrier/filter and it is ready to use with the Classic breast pump. Does not include electronic mechanism for pump. The electric pump can be rented or purchased at any hospital.
Features:
Leading electric breatpump used by hospitals, rental stations and DME's worldwide
Built-in vacuum release protects moms against excessive or prolonged suction
Ideal for initiating and sustaining milk supply
Features automatic suck and release for ease of use and efficiency
Lightweight and portable for moms who work or travel
Battery and vehicle lighter power options for versatility
All Lactina kits are easily converted to a manual pump










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The ' Chambers Family of Haggs Farm , Underwood - a photograph taken on Thursday , June 29th , 1899 - is reproduced here by courtesy of its owner , Haggs Farm Preservation Society member , Mrs.Ann H




The ' Chambers Family of  Haggs Farm , Underwood - a photograph taken on Thursday , June 29th , 1899 -  is reproduced here by courtesy of its owner , Haggs Farm Preservation Society member , Mrs.Ann H





The above ' Chambers Family at Haggs Farm ' photograph of June 29th 1899 is reproduced here by courtesy of Haggs Farm Preservation Society member , Mrs.Ann Howard , a niece of Jessie Chambers . The family members pictured that day are : -
Rear : Edmund Chambers ( father - wearing hat. ) [born 1863 ]
All others - left to right : May [ born 1883 ] ; Bernard [ b.1890 ] ;
Molly - little girl [ b.1896 ] ; Sarah Ann - mother holding baby [ b. 1859 ] ;
David - baby on Mother's knee.[ b.1898 } ; Jessie - kneeling [ b.1887 ] ;
Hubert - boy [ b.1888 ] ; Allen - at extreme right [ b.1882 ]
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Text : The Chambers Haggs Farm Tenancy

> > Quote : " a tiny red farm on he edge of a wood.That was Miriam's farm - where I got my first incentive to write . . . " D.H.Lawrence .

> > Note : Miriam Leivers is a major fictional character of D.H.Lawrence's novel "Sons and Lovers" . As became his life-long habit Lawrence based his character accurately upon a person he had knowledge of. The person used as his model for Miriam was Jessie Chambers of Haggs Farm , the young woman he knew better than any other.

"This Chambers Family at Haggs Farm " text was previously on-line at the now defunct Geocities dhltohaggs website .

In 1898 when John Leivers had decided to end his tenancy of Haggs Farm there were six applications to take it up.They included men from Hucknall,Blidworth and Awsworth.The successful applicant was Edmund Chambers of Breach Road , Eastwood and it was during his tenacy,that lasted until 1910 , that the farm's association with D H Lawrence developed. Edmund Chambers had been born on Breach Road in 1863 where both his father Jonathon and grandfather William had been in business as grocers and pawnbrokers.One of Edmund's first jobs appears to have been as a grocery assistant in Nottingham,where the 1881 census records him as an eighteen years old boarder with Henry Hunt at Penrhyon Terrace.His employment as a provision merchant's assistant was at Burton's of Smithy Row,a high-class Nottingham grocery. On December 4th that same year he married Sarah Oates a twenty-two years old lace hand who at the date of the census had been living with her parents David and Jane at Ortgen Street,Nottingham.On the marriage certificate,Edmund is described as a "provision merchant" and his father as a "gentleman"! The first two children by the marriage,Alan and May,were born in Mapperly near Nottingham in 1882 and 1883, but by the time daughter Jessie was born in January 1887 the family were living in Netherfield on the eastern fringe of the city where Edmund was running a grocery shop. In 1890 the family were in Caythorpe in Lincolnshire but their stay there was short for the 1891 census shows Edmund back in Eastwood and living in the Breach near his widowed mother Elizabeth who was still running the grocery store.Edmund's occupation is recorded as general labourer though at some time before the the move to the Haggs he had established a milk round in Eastwood.It was with financial support from his his mother - "in anticipation of of his inheritance" - that he began farming. Some while previous to his 1898 successful application for the Haggs Farm tenancy he had failed in an application for the neighbouring Felley Farm.In that application he was described as living at the Breach,being a dairyman,was young(he was near thirty)and that he was married.Among his referees he included Dr.Barber,Henry Saxton and Mr.Brentnall of Eastwood.Another(surviving)child had born to to the couple whilst in Eastwood,Molly,born in 1895.On October 13th 1898,six months after the move to the Haggs the birth of another child,Jonathon David,completed the Chambers family.

A rental document dated shortly after the commencement of the Haggs Farm tenancy shows Edmund Chambers holding just more than twenty acres in Greasley,a little more than John Leivers' eventual final rented acreage.( The Greasley land was two fields opposite Greasley church where Lawrence helped with hay making.)
Estate records suggest that initially at least Mr.Chambers had problems regarding his land.He complained that his land was over-run with rabbits and gave notice to quit with effect from Lady day 1903 - a notice subseqently withdrawn.About the same time he again applied for the tenancy of Felley Farm and also for that of another unspecified farm that had been previously in the occupation of John Bentley. Towards the end of 1903 he had written to the Melbourne Estate's agent complaining about his rent relative to the (low)quality of his land.He also had acknowledged a promise of a supply of "basic Slag" that he required as a fertiliser.He had previously written,"the grass requires something more than yard manure to pull it round".A further request of his landlord was the











UNDERWOOD , NOTTINGHAMSHIRE : The snow covered fields above Haggs Farm on a January afternoon in 1985.




UNDERWOOD , NOTTINGHAMSHIRE : The snow covered fields above Haggs Farm on a  January afternoon in 1985.





     Pictured above - Snow covered Fields Above Hagg Farm , Felley Mill Lane ,     Underwood ,       Nottinghamshire in January 1985. The afternoon on which the
    picture was taken was truly gloomy and bitterly cold.


      The text below is reproduced from the Haggs Farm Preservation Society's -
     now closed Geocities Website -

    TITLE : THE CHAMBERS FAMILY'S HAGGS FARM TENANCY .

     a tiny red farm on he edge of a wood.That was Miriam's farm - where I got my
     first incentive to write " - so recalled D.H.Lawrence . . .


Miriam Leivers was a major fictional character of D.H.Lawrence's novel "Sons and Lovers" . As became his life long habit , Lawrence based his character accurately
upon a person he had knowledge of . The person used as the model for Miriam was Jessie Chambers of Haggs Farm , a young woman he knew better than any other.

In 1898 when John Leivers had decided to end his tenancy of Haggs Farm there were six applications to take it up.They included men from Hucknall,Blidworth and Awsworth.The successful applicant was Edmund Chambers of Breach Road,Eastwood and it was during his tenacy,that lasted until 1910,that the farm's association with
D H Lawrence developed. Edmund Chambers had been born on Breach Road in 1863 where both his father Jonathon and grandfather William had been in business as grocers and pawnbrokers.One of Edmund's first jobs appears to have been as a grocery assistant in Nottingham,where the 1881 census records him as an eighteen years old boarder with Henry Hunt at Penrhyon Terrace.His employment as a provision merchant's assistant was at Burton's of Smithy Row,a high-class Nottingham grocery. On December 4th that same year he married Sarah Oates a twenty-two years old lace hand who at the date of the census had been living with her parents David and Jane at Ortgen Street,Nottingham.On the marriage certificate,Edmund is described as a "provision merchant" and his father as a "gentleman"! The first two children by the marriage,Alan and May,were born in Mapperly near Nottingham in 1882 and 1883, but by the time daughter Jessie was born in January 1887 the family were living in Netherfield on the eastern fringe of the city where Edmund was running a grocery shop. In 1890 the family were in Caythorpe in Lincolnshire but their stay there was short for the 1891 census shows Edmund back in Eastwood and living in the Breach near his widowed mother Elizabeth who was still running the grocery store.Edmund's occupation is recorded as general labourer though at some time before the the move to the Haggs he had established a milk round in Eastwood.It was with financial support from his his mother - "in anticipation of of his inheritance" - that he began farming. Some while previous to his 1898 successful application for the Haggs Farm tenancy he had failed in an application for the neighbouring Felley Farm.In that application he was described as living at the Breach,being a dairyman,was young(he was near thirty)and that he was married.Among his referees he included Dr.Barber,Henry Saxton and Mr.Brentnall of Eastwood.Another(surviving)child had born to to the couple whilst in Eastwood,Molly,born in 1895.On October 13th 1898,six months after the move to the Haggs the birth of another child,Jonathon David,completed the Chambers family.

Elsewhere in this Lenton Sands Lawrence Photostream is a picture of the Chambers Family at Haggs Farm taken on June 29th 1899 . It is reproduced from its original by courtesy of Mrs.Ann ( Chambers ) Howard its then owner . ]

In that photograph the Chambers family members are : -
Rear : Edmund Chambers ( father - wearing hat. ) [born 1863]
All others - left to right : May [born 1883] ; Bernard [b.1890] ; Molly - little girl [b.1896]
Sarah Ann - mother holding baby [b. 1859] ; David - baby on Mother's knee.[b.1898}
Jessie - kneeling [ b.1887 ] ; Hubert - boy [ b.1888 ] ; Allen - at extreme right [b.1882]


A rental dated shortly after the commencement of the Haggs Farm tenancy shows Edmund Chambers holding
just more than twenty acres in Greasley,a little more than John Leivers' eventual final rented acreage.( The
land may have been the two fields opposite Greasley church where Lawrence helped with hay making.) Estate records suggest that initially at least Mr.Chambers had problems regarding his land.He complained that his land was over-run with rabbits and gave notice to quit with effect from Lady day 1903 - a notice subseqently withdrawn.About the same time he again applied for the tenancy of Felley Farm and also for that of another unspecified farm that had been previously in the occupation of John Bentley. Towards the end o









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