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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1668

    Donald for his hors hyre and expenssis in goeing to Buit to buy sklatis for the use of New Port Glasgow, and for the sowme of twa hundreth and fourtie pundis deburst be him be way of advance to the

    Extracts from the records, 1675

    be petitioned for getting ane act to obleidge all unfriemen and straingers to liver and loaden all veschellis at Port Glasgow, or portis belonging to royall burrowes in the wast, and appoyntis the magistratis to deall with the customers to

    Volume 250, 1724. Classified. Part II, 01 January 1724-31 December 1724

    of taking the oaths proceeded. Report N o 4. The method which had been practiced in discharging tobacco at Port Glasgow, Greenock, and other ports. The care taken in the discharge of the tobacco imported into Scotland in the year

    Treasury Books and Papers, April 1739, 01 April 1739-30 April 1739

    law to carry rock salt from England to Scotland to a salt works to be erected by them at Port Glasgow, to be there used in the making salt from sea water, with the provisio that the duties of all,

    Warrant Books, May 1715, 1-10, 01 May 1715-10 May 1715

    Walter Stewart as boatman at Arran at 15 l . per an. loco Andrew Forbes, who refuses to accept. William Montgomery as a boatman at Greenock at 20 l . per an. loco Ninian Balantine, removed to Port Glasgow.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lawr; yna disgynodd y ceffyl arno gan ei ladd yn y L. fan. Aeth llestr o'r enw Niagara, o Port Glasgow, i'r ]an yn Penrhosfeilw, yn agos i Gaergybi, y sabbath diweddaf, tra ar ei mordaith gyda llwyth o gotwm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (mag- nanimity again) as by his susimerous Virtus at homne. The County of Southampton and the united Addrbss of 'Port Glasgow and Newark compliment his MA- yEsvr on te extreme difintclesledness as well as tnagnanimity ( sagnnaimit again) of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    patient has recovered his strength and health." REPORT OF CHfOLERA AT PORT GLASGOW. Accounts were received last Saturday of the occurrence of cases of cholera at Port Glasgow, which from their severity, as wvell as the circutm- stances under which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    With respect to one or two minor points of detail, the bill was similar to that of last session. Port Glasgow and Greenock, which were united in the former bill,were now to be separated; and a new tribunal of three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sembled under the Right Hon. the Lord Daftus, an old, staunch, and unflinching reformer. From Linlitbgow, Airdrie, Kilbirnie, Wlgtown, Port Glasgow, Galston, Kircudbright, Sanguhar,: and other Scotch burghs, we have had fresh proofs of the most intelligent and resolute political Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Port Glasgow, 1844

    Port Glasgow [boat/ship, harbour/port] View of the port with figures sitting beside a pile of barrels in the left foreground and others crossing the closed lock gates to a pier at right, sailing ships in harbour behind, a tug on

    Scotland Delineated; Newark Castle, 1858

    Scotland Delineated; Newark Castle [castle/fort] Two men sitting on rocks beside a stream in the left foreground, the castle, a square tower, on the hill behind, trees surrounding. 1847-58Lithograph

    Newark, 1776

    Newark [castle/fort] Man carrying basket descending along road from castle seen from below, surrounded by woods and mountains; third state, with reworking in foreground and middle ground. 1776Etching and drypoint

    Newark, 1776

    Newark [castle/fort] Man carrying basket descending along road from castle seen from below, surrounded by woods and mountains; second state. 1776Etching and drypoint

    Newark, 1782

    Newark [castle/fort] Three men and dog standing in front of square battlemented tower surrounded by trees; fourth state. c.1770/82Etching and drypoint


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