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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyny i'r teimlad ca gyda grym mawr yn sicr pn ddigwydd ambell f- | ddamwain gyffelyb i gwympiad y Tay Bridge, lir ac ambell wrthdarawiad dinystriol Ond pan in gofir am faint y drafnidiaeth sydd ar y ffyrdd af Ihaiarn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    greater-20 to 1 in favour of the electric light. Messrs. Hopkins and Co. employed the electric light on the Tay Bridge Works, and state that by its means operations were carried on night and day without difficulty. A glance at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the seaside. St. Andrews has made great advancement during the past few years, and since the opening of the Tay Bridge this has been especially conspicuous by a general rise in rents. The continuation of the present branch line from Subscribers-only content

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    and Exeter ......5....... 5 The New French Ministry ......... 6 The Tay Bridge Catastrophe ...... 7 1[he Fishing Act for the Working Man. 8 Indian Native Princes... 9 The Anti-Vaccinationists .........0.. lo -TRADE AND FINANCE: -Home Railway Stocks ....I0......... IO Subscribers-only content

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    Lord Bateman and the Protectionists have another ally. WiLL the relatives -of those passengers who were killed in the Tay Bridge accident have a claim for damages against the railway company to which the bridge be- longed; and if so, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, April 1745, 02 April 1745-30 April 1745

    Dalnacardoch and Tay Bridge. He also employed ensign Stone, of Col. Lascelles's regiment, with two sergeants, two corporals, one drum, and 40 men, for four months, which party repaired the roads from Stirling to Crieff and Tay Bridge, thence from

    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1744, 01 March 1744-30 March 1744

    Britain, containing a certificate that the said William Caulfield did the last year repair the road from Crieff to Tay Bridge, Dalnacardoch, Dalwhinnie, 43 computed miles, thence to Fort Augustus and Fort William, 45 miles, from Dalwhinnie to Ruthven, thence

    Index, T, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    of, 54, 70, 95, 96 9, 206, 221, 235, 429, 454. stay of process against, 160. See also Assessments. Tay Bridge , co. Perth, repair and upkeep of, 68. Tay , North, Customs searcher and taster at, 125. Taylor (Tailer,

    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1743, 01 March 1743-31 March 1743

    Water of Nairn, near Inverness, to Ruthven, the new roa d near Dunblane, from thence to Crieff, thence to Tay Bridge, Dalnacardoch, the Corryarrick, and Fort William, and also ploughed the new road at Sheriffmuir, and repaired 47 bridges: that

    Index, T, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    483. -, refunding. See Refunding. -, Secretary to. See Sorell, F.; Payne, G. -, Solicitor to. See Wilson, G. Tay Bridge , 253, 464, 679. Tayloe , William, sheriff of co. Gloucester, 418, 626. Taylor (Tayler) , Charles, a felon,


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