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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ni achubwyd ond daa o'r dwylaw, a boddodd y deuddeg eraill. Boddwyd dau eraill yn Caister, vn tri yn North Queensferry, deg yn Dysart,. Lr- chwech yn Yarmouth,-ac amryw eraill. Yr *a oedd yr ystorm yn un o'r rhai trymaf Subscribers-only content

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    Forth Bridae Railwva. The Royal visitors went e on board the company's steamer Ruby, and pro- g ceeded to North Queensferry, and saw the morks there. On returning to Newhall Pier, their a Royal Highnesscs drove to flopetoun House. In Subscribers-only content

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    E suspected that " shebeening " was extensively carried on in the huts occupied by Forth Bridge workmen, near North Queensferry. On Saturday night a raid was made by the police, and six casks, contaiing nearly one E hundred gallons Subscribers-only content

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    the Forth Bridge, died suddenly on -Satur- 44 day afternoon in the workmuen's train while on the journey from North Queensferry to Dinfe-mline. He was seized with illness while passing through the tunnel P, beyond North Q??ensferry, and expired before Subscribers-only content

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    was put by him in the same spot as the £14. MYSTEBcoUS CASE OF PorsoiemNG.-At a regatta held at North Queensferry, Dunfermline, on the 27th ult., a, considerable business in refreshments was done by Mrs. Malcolm, who keeps a pablic Subscribers-only content

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