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  • * British History Online *

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    XXXV, Instrument setting forth a perpetual chantry in church of the Friars Preachers (1487)

    John Oliphant on the east, and the lands of the Abbot of Paisley on the west side, extending from Glasgow Green on the south side, and the highway running from St Thanew's chapel to the Market Cross of Glasgow; Also,

    Supplementary abstracts to charters in volume 2, c.1116-1576

    to the Church of Glasgow, which were found to comprise inter alia "Cunclut," probably Kinclaith, now forming part of Glasgow Green. Circa 1116. Registrum Episcopatus Glasguensis, p. 3, No. 1. Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland (Supplement), vol. xii., p.

    Index, E-L

    322, 328. Great charter . See "Presbytery." Clyde Street, 626. fire in Glasgow, 78, 570, 198. Green . See "Glasgow Green." little. See "Glasgow little green." Greenock , 339 40, 345; parish church of, 339; lands of wester, 340. Greenwich

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ddim sydd wedi digwydd eto 9D y cifro piesenol.? Cyfrifir. nad oedd yr orymdaitb o'r West-end Park i'r Glasgow Green yn rhifo llai na deng mil a thriugain, a chymerodd o bedair i bum' awr i fyned. heibio i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of citizens the greatest means of happiness. In behalf of the meeting, JOHN 'MAWELL, Chairman. - ~~~~~~~JOHN TIAIT, Secretary. Glasgow Green, 28th September, 1832. It was moved by Sir D. K. Sandford, and carried by acclamations, - That the thanks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    excite serious apprehension. Among others, there were several large meetings last week of a portion of the unemployed in Glasgow Green, where they discussed the causes of their distress, and the best mode of alleviating it. At one of these Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three in the West End, With banners and trade emblems, and J ,ralie, started at noon in procession for Glasgow Green, in tilo Bi W,, centre of the city. It is calculsted that the procession 'IN lamp- extended over seven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    srs Johnson, Manor House, Muggington, near Derby. Four ' valuable'stoashs were entirely destroyed.P Fous thousand unemployed men met en Glasgow Green T on Friday, end a resolution 'was; adopted to ask for assist. Si ance from the Lord Provost and Subscribers-only content

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