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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tbey were embarkirg. 'The cabin passengers whys Aimiral SirIsaac Coffinand servant; Dr. William Boag and'sister; Migs Ansehla Boag; lMr Niel M'Niel'; and' Mr Samuel S. Oigood. Miss Boag died the'tt dhy' from fatiju e, ;i and was ubriid on the Subscribers-only content

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    in the aisle of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, a cenotaph, in coymmemoration of this illustrious Irishnman. - The unfortunate Mir Boag, the Rothbury registrar and relieving officer, whose painful end we recorded a fort- night since, entered his owvn death Subscribers-only content

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    the T. afteroon, n theCouncl Chaber, liceCocincil Honse, in the lbt said Brourhto tak tntooeoideatlocthems~inghytheeal Oase ei-P byutde firmingham . Boag Jutc c to a tReformalory chol purh.t weekclygaiymncets.-Dated tisl Scnday of August, One 'Thoueapd IU - ORFORD SMITH, Town Subscribers-only content

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    J:31 1 r, eqlm ratilr-.App~ll to PoetmiestreoR, Tiptoe, o4730 9A, RINTElRS,-Wantod, Youth,' to Week Sun Platen I~aiahing; Mr 6 .Lreopeg'~ble Boag Wante~r.Auply, BEllis and Tebbitt, 115, Baro I ford Street, ircn pg am, . 41353 I TIIINTERSS (Meeter)i -Mauhimncmaga Seeks Subscribers-only content

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    5ohr list 4t ......... 71b................ ...... Mr. J. Beasley 3^ Pit Mr. C. F.g' W atkions) anoer Contortins CnaptinJoes also ran-Bting's Dotor' Boag , B gelmn, 2sto 1... HagetPns,2n Mr4 id' t ere yrs, l2st 71b........... r. IH. Beasley w.o Subscribers-only content

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    Extracts from the records, 1676

    Glasgow obtained the authority of the Convention of Royal Burghs for the sale of three pieces of land, including "Liddellis Boag" and "Kows Lair." (Convention Records, III., p. 660.) See footnote, p. 231. Bell's Wynd, leading from High Street to

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