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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the window, enter, and carry off. what suits them. On Sunday night, they tried several houses in the vicinity of Blackness toll. At-some, this knocking was answered and at one, they were scared, after a fellow bad squeezed himself into Subscribers-only content

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    perpetrate, now that he was at liberty!"-There would indeed have been" the Devil to pay;" for if his Most Excellent Blackness could have been the" cause of so much mischief when he was chained fast down in a " bottomless Subscribers-only content

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    could live. The catamaran arrived safe at Boulogne at seven o'clock p.m. The return voyage was favourable as far as Blackness, when the catamaran fell in with heavy calms, and did not arrive on Dover- bay beach until eleven p.m., Subscribers-only content

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    beitif reduced in a smiall degree. For the weekc ending ii~ yesterday tha decline wan 900 tons. There Is at Blackness, £013 howver, in wvarrants, and they do not mnache as Much Csl We] ordiniary iron offered. by mnerchants. Makers' Subscribers-only content

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    old; stilt . iagter-be vent it ?J crtiigwork; good %worker ; warranted eaunrt reeooablo- ki, telelalwed; , e old througth Blackness of trede. LI-30, Loweet DOn Strest, Bradford Htreet. e5551 no SI, MRE (hndeonme bleed), by Goldandar, 6- years; quiet Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stroud Growth of the town and outlying settlements Stroud 1971

    were put up. The earlier 20th century saw further building all over the valley: a new settlement was created at Blackness at the bottom of the Toadsmoor valley, and in the 1920s and 1930s there was ribbon development, with detached

    Stroud Introduction

    from Thrupp it ran along the hillside by Thrupp Lane and Bourne Lane through Far Thrupp , Bourne , and Blackness , coming down to the river again at Chalford . 52 From it minor access roads led southwestwards down

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRACEBRIDGE, Roland (by 1524-83), of Chipping Wycombe, Bucks.

    Chipping Wycombe 1545 Chipping Wycombe 1559 Ofifces Held Gent. porter, Blackness fort by 1546-7 or later; man-at-arms, household of the Duke of Somerset by Apr. 1548-Oct. 1551; mayor, Chipping Wycombe 1575-6, alderman to 1578-9. Biography Roland Bracebridge may have been

    KERR, Hon. William (bef.1682-1741).

    May 1723 1727 Ofifces Held Col. 7 Drags. 1709-d.; groom of the bedchamber to the King 1714-27; brig.-gen. 1727; gov. Blackness 1723-d.; maj.-gen. 1735; lt.-gen. 1739. Biography Kerr, a professional soldier, who served under Marlborough and was wounded at Sheriffmuir,

    HOPE WEIR, Hon. Charles (1710-91), of Craigiehall, Linlithgow and Blackwood, Lanark.

    Constituency Dates Linlithgowshire (West Lothian) 13 May 1743 1768 Ofifces Held Gov. Blackness castle 1744- d.; commissary gen. for musters [S] 1744-59. trustee for fisheries and manufactures 1755-84; commr. for the forfeited estates 1755; chamberlain of Ettrick forest 1768- d.

    HILL, Sir Rowland (1772-1842), of Hawkstone and Hardwicke Grange, Salop.

    1809-15, lt.-gen. 1812; col. 72 Ft. 1815-17, 53 Ft. 1817-30; gen. 1825; col. R. Horse Gds. 1830-d. Ofifces Held Gov. Blackness 1812-14, Hull 1814-30, Plymouth 1830-d. Biography Hill preferred the military to the legal profession and secured rapid promotion. He


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