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    Index, W, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    Penney, J.; Governor of, petition of, 558. See also Cadogan, William, Lord Cadogan; Governor of, residence of. See Carisbrooke; Kings Park Farm, house and barns upon, repair of, 558; Receiver General of Assessments. See Austin, T.; Hooker, E. Wight , British History Online

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    F.. Pose GM.% Sto-brdg. 7s2l1 mo Japaunems-WAN'TED, good Pencil HANDS, for Sewin2 T Mschines.-Apply, Singer Manufacturing Company, James Street, Kings Park, dgeton, Glasgow; or to J. Phillips. 29, Newhall Street. Birmingha . c_5739 ITo Gold Citters-WANTED. Two or Three good Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lcckcnby United '<! SCARBORoUCH AND EA.ST RIDINOCCP. Oliver's Mount S -hool .. fi Derwent 1 SCOTTISH CUP -Sxco.nd Round. Kings Park 2 Dumbarton : 1 St. Bernard's 3 Kilmarnock 1 Reuton 2 6th K. R. V 0 liiiiernians 6 Celtic Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    visiting Scoiland, and yesterday at Stirling they en- countered the King's Park team. Twice the Coi inthians held the lead, but having equalised a second time the Kings Park men scored a third point ami b.at the Corinthians by three Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    beat >orthern. Queen's Park beat East Stirlingshire, Dumbarton beat Thistle, 3d Lanark R.V. beat St. Andrew's, Renton beat Albion, Kings Park scratched to Vale of Leven. Renfrewshire and Ayrshire : Port Glasgow Athletic beat Cartvale, Arthurlie v. Kilmarnock-ou-Hurlford, Ayr beat Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MR. OLIPHANT, M.P., AT STIRLING. A few evetings since Mr. Laurence Oliphant, M.P., addressed a large meeting of his constituents in the Union | Hall, Stirling. Provost Mi-rrie occupied the chair, and, ir. introducing Mr. Oliphant, spoke in eulogistic Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Wandsworth - comuio-i. I'asuals v. Clapham Rovers : at Treston, Preston North End v. Oxford I'niver* sity; at Glasgow, Kings Park v. London Caledonians, Jiui/oii- At Chiswick, Wasps v. Old Paulines ; at Chiswick, Marlborough Nomads v. Harlequins : at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wo bed rooms, OFFERED to Ladies or small Family, with BOARD, in refined private German family ; near the Kings Park ; English references.- Address N. 0., 10,013, " Morning Post .office. Strand, W.C. A LL SEEKING APARTMENTS. FLATS. HOUSES, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to Scotland yester- day, a.i an anged, to open the j.olf course of the Dalkeith and Newbattla Club at Kings Park. Provost Murdoch. Vice-Pre- sident of the new Club, consequently performed the opetitug ceremony, which took place yesterday afternoon in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Daily Post, FRIDAY JANUARY 15 1731

    Not Afted this SeaIn. By Mir Mairljy'fs Company of Comedians, I T the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, *A tbis iecnt Fridal being the s5th Day of January, iull be prelented a Phy, call d, The SPANISH FRYAR: OR, The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Post Man and the Historical Account, FROM TUESDAY AUGUST 6 TO THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1700

    between the two Northern Crowvns. We hear ofno damage committed by the Swedes, except that the Deers in theIc Kings Park have been deft toyed. Hanburg, AtIgull Io. We gave you in our formet an account of the pretensions of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Post Man and the Historical Account, FROM TUESDAY AUGUST 6 TO THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1700

    the - two Northern Crowns. We hear otno damage committed by the Swedes, except that the Deers in the Kings Park have been defiroyed. Hain urg, Atiguft so. We gave you in our formet an account of the pretenfions of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Weekly Journal or British Gazetteer, SATURDAY MAY 30 1730

    Death in that of petpeiual Banilh- "ment. We bear from Scirling, that tWo Countrymen hunting the Fox in the Kings Park there, and digging him out of a Hole he had run into, a great Stone fell down 'upon them, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Westminster Journal or New Weekly Miscellany, SATURDAY MARCH 26 1748

    Phylic, in their r. this City fromnDoddinglion, were attack t u; and three other Pcrfons in Women's DJ.re ' Kings Park, and robb'd them of their W. . Money, and thqn made of'. COUNTRY N EWS. Iplwich, Marck 18.. At Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Preliminary report from Her Majesty's Commissioners on Agriculture., 1881

    fid. The rent varies with the price of grain on an average of five years. Then No. .1 is Kings Park, in the county of Stirling. There are 120 acres in arable, 220 acres in pasture, three in farm buildings, Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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