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    C. Dd, Lme-t., ~lpoime.-~~y~e, tCa g-alley, Cornbj1L.Frigo-. Gaze, Norwich, tan~ner.-[AO Fite~lcd-rcourt, Grays rim. J. E. Dilly, Littletos, Hampshire, horsr-dealer.-[iiclts and Brackenridge, Bartlett's- T. J. SpenceInclietter, linen-factor.-[Johnsion and Weatherall, TemjIe. BIRTH. At North Runcton, Lady Harriet Gurney, of a Son. -MARRIED. Subscribers-only content

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    grocer-Jan 9, A Ba- Manchester, draper-Jan 4, C S Harrison, Glossop, grocer-Jan 3, H i GaskeUl, Liverpool, broker. Ycotehm equlesratioamn.J Brackenridge, Glasgow, bootmnaler... Rintoul, Jun, Glasgow, manufacturer-A leir, Xoss, near Wick Caithnesshire, farmer-R Jones, Linlitbgow, merchant-M Sutherland Parks of Inshes, Subscribers-only content

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    difficulty that ihe a could not get over. Both parties must be represented.- Mr. Froome (from the office of Mr. Brackenridge, who had r instructed the learned counsel as London agent for Messrs. e Nevill and Atkins of Tamworth) said Subscribers-only content

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    some time until he got a " call ' to Eccles. The respondent there made the acquaintance of Mias; Jessie Brackenridge. She used to sing in the choir of the chapel. She nofticed the respondent was very friondlywithVIs]BtS rlc]nridge. He Subscribers-only content

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    Sergeant, robbery with violence, at Birmingham; Henry Maher and John Brown, robbery from the person, with violence at Birmingham; William Brackenridge and Charles ICitg, charged with having, at the borough of Birmingham, feloniously and without lawful excuse, engraved and made Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Hamilton, 450. Robert Lord, provost, 164, 214, 244. Robert, of Trochrig, principal of university, 296. Robert, of Badinhaith, minister, 244. Brackenridge (Bracanryge, Bracanryggis, Bracanrig), John of, yard and house of, 43; land of, 48. Brady , Andrew, land of, 47.

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