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  • * British History Online *

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    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Page ccli onwards

    years. He is said to have died in 1696, and to have been succeeded by his son, Robert Sanders of Auldhouse, who carried on business in Glasgow as a printer and bookseller till about 1727. Previous to his death, however,

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    586, 363, 588, 626, 632. port. See "South Port." Sanctuary . See "Gyrth." Sanders , James, 66. Robert, 592; of Auldhouse, 592. Sang school , 536, 65 6, a52. of metropolitan kirk, 65, a15. of St. Mary and St. Ann,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on his 'Way to Amerise. *Dr. McCrig'ol, president of the Glasgow Liberal Assdaia- o tion, and Mr. James Graham, of Auldhouse, oa'e 'f the viee-chairmien, are stated to b~asee tendered 'their resigaai- stion in COnlseqUeriCe of the Six Hundred having Subscribers-only content

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    their votea ,1 it favour of 6ir A. ir Elwinug.-I remain, yours ,SiCerey, (Sfignee) ITARTiNGTON. "To James Grahame, esq., cE Auldhouse, Honaorly 2 Secretary to the WVest of Sctland Branch of the Liberal 1 Utlioiist A ssociat-ou." o THE PREMIER Subscribers-only content

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    a general approval of the Lord Advocate's Bill, but proposed several amendments in the details of the measure. Mr. Graham, Auldhouse (elder), seconded the amend- ment. A long discussion ensued, and on a division the motion of Dr. Pearson was Subscribers-only content

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    the larger clasa of houses fromild to £20 per year is taken off the former rents. Mr. James Graham, of Auldhouse, near Glasgow, hon. secretary of the West of Scotland Liberal As. sociation, has been unanimously elected a member cf Subscribers-only content

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    employment- many of them useless for life. Meeting of Octogenarians.- On the afternoon of Wed- nesday, while Mr. Clark, of Auldhouse, was taking a wall; to the top of Saucel Hill, accompanied by an aged acquaintance, they came up with Subscribers-only content

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