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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fraser, Markinch, Fifeob ire, publisher-V. DUn, E~din- burgh, dealer in fornitsre-P. Rattray. Glasgow. mason-i. W. Lyon,, Edinburghx, goldsmith-J Smuith, Grange Mill, Forfar- shire, yarn miller-H. Jack, Paisley, thread manufacturer- Rev. A. Ninbott, Glasgow, publisher. Friday, June 3. WAR OFFICE. JUNE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I tt. years, William Mason; deoply lamented. Mo~ss-On the 6th inst., a t Hairborne. lliiam Moss. late or 0.1 Grange Mill, Ilales Owenz. MARDRooE,-On thie bth inst.. a.Med 2 months, George Douez a Devis bheslincerely-helored Infant of G. D. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boston; Mronlav, 27, Winklhill. Ifril PEAK HfAfaRnita (at i2).-Tbfh day, February 18, Parsley Tiny Wharf; Tuesday, 21, Flegg; Saturday, 25, Grange Mill. ROs4 HAInMerr.e (at lI).- hlsl day, Februarylb, Foy; Tues- day, 21, Hill of Eaton; Saturday, 25, Tre-esse Cross. Subscribers-only content

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    Green. DOVE VALLEY HARRscscn (at 11.M0),-This day, February 20, Onecote; Friday, 24, ltoton; Mondlay, 27, Winkhill. Himon Pfths: H0{Aons (at 12)-Tuesday, February 21, Flagg; Saturday, 25, Grange Mill. RloSs HAeursirsat 11)-Tuesday, February 21, Hill of Eaton; Saturday, 2, Tre-esse Cress. Subscribers-only content

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    (at 11.30)-Frlday, February 24, Roston; Monday, 27, Wlinkhill. Irioir PPAu llAniurens (at 12)-This day, February 21, Flagg; Saturday, 25, Grange Mill. roas iiA rt0ns (at 11)--This day, February 21, Hill of Eaton; Saturday, 25, Tre-esse Cross. sARTISASs' Dwrl,LINGS,-Tlsu Improved Lodging Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Part II

    of Harlington to Jonathan Abbott, as tenant at will (examined by surveyor) 1st November 1858 85 0 0 4. Grange Mill, a small flour mill worked by an overshot wheel, with a dwelling-house adjoining, and 10a. 3r. 13p. land, in

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