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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, A

    Abbats . See Abbot. Abbells , Jonas, of Amsterdam, i. 220. Abbeyhill (Abihill, Aby Hill), Edinburghshire, ii. 1149, 1388. Abbot (Abbats, Abbott, Abbots, Abott): Mr., minister, ii. 981. of Abergavenny, minister, ii. 984. Daniel, ii. 1041. George, i. 54, 94,

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    , Thomas, alderman of Gloucester, i. 169. Purnal , Purnel. See Parnel. Purneys (Purneyes): Thomas, ii. 1151, 1390. William, of Abbeyhill, ii. 1149, 1388. Purplet (Pulpet, Puplet), Richard, i. 94, 115, 150, 168, 235, 293. Purry . See Pury. Purse

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18, T George Wtrest, Edinburgh. on FRIDAY NEXT, the -th nay of Septenmber.at 1 'cualoekaiternsoir-thiesvell-arraiugodandrecently- erected BPREIvERY. at Comely Gardens, Abbeyhill. Edinburgh, an nreviously advertised. To ensure competition tire upset price has been fixed at ;ell,800. l articulars may be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (chtice. Partioculars aP -to dutiecs emoleucenitn, &r., may he fcari from v, the Secretary, Icir. II. Mauarghlt. I, Lorne Trerrace, Abbeyhill, el lI-dickinccxg, uvith wirom applications and testhimonials require to be lodges) on or ben!ocai the 1st Janei, 18815 694 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charge of aD Midland man. In n ordinary circuinstences the local traffic is carried round by eC a loop-line from Abbeyhill station, but this loop since h the strike has baen. closed to mosc of the trainis. Yesterday Ls morning Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canl be eapectod to be resinn,,. Before going hack to St. Margaret's works, the' menz assemabled in. the Temperance Hall, Abbeyhill, to the numaber of :300, andl were addressed by Mr. Harford. Mkr.- Mafordl saidl he was 'very pleased to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M/1ISCELLANEOTTS. The filigt lion. S. Walpole arrived in town on SatsirdIIA, horn Cambridge. Th~e directors of the Midland lBailwasy have pro- hibited thle sale of cigrirs at all the refreshurent roomlsiupon their s~stein. 'Alto Upiifrd Stn fee 6'rrzeltr states, Subscribers-only content

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