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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GOGLEDD DDwYBAIN LAKCASEIRA, Rossendale. H rrtington (6060) .. ... ... 1 - - Elroyd (4228) ,. , ,, GLASGOW, ' Bridgeton. Russell (9599) .. . - 1 - - Maitland (8478) 3Fo- - - GrASGOW, Camlachie. Watts (4047) 1 - Subscribers-only content

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    ter cai hK yn dei acl yn yne Me nel Mae Mr.. E. R. Russell, yr aelod dros gaf Ddosbarth Bridgeton o Glasgow, wedi rhoddi gai i fyny ei sedd oblegid y galwadau arno fel gy' golygydd y Liverpool Daily Subscribers-only content

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    redeg o ochr y Rhyddfrydwyr. Teimlir mwy o ddyddordeb mewn dau etholiad arall sydd yn awr yn myned yrnlaen -yn Bridgeton a Northwich..;. Yn y lie blaenaf, Hle y bydd yr etholiadbyaosoa :yn y bydd y rhifyn hwn allan o'r Subscribers-only content

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    gcbinbau' :a: :t . M Terfynodd ymchwiliad Mr. Bridge i 'lelynt y Degwm yn Meifod dydd Sadwrn, g' g1 gyda chydnabyddiaeth o foddhad yr ynad gi ,eherwydd y dull y daeth y Cymry ymlaei i T roddi ea tystiolaethau. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a, .- ys Anerchodd Syr L W. HarroCrt a Syr *if-; George Trevelyan, gynutlliadau ao: ethalwyr, - yn Lanfcaster a Bridgeton, ddydd Mawrth mn- diwcddaf, y cyntaf fel arfer yn; ,finiog a nm :gwawdlyd, ond .yn rynmjs ac argyhoeddiadol. ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proclamasiwn i'r Nup~s yn addaw ffermydd iddynt yn rhydd, ac ac amddiffyniad y Cwmni rhag eu gorthrymwyr. Cymerodd etholiad adran Bridgeton le ddydd Linn, er cael olynydd yn Nhy y Cyffredin i . theltad Syr George Trevelyan. Ymdden- Brldgeton. gys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    calling upotr the loyal part of the population to come forward in aid of fha publio peRce.-Int the suburb of Bridgeton, however, there were some distturbainces. A number of people ssstmebled-, and threw stones at the-constables svito approached, till tlet Subscribers-only content

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    exhibited on the Dalmarnock rizn. Alc accrate correspondent counted the numbersassemblerl, nlw ;,uiml I liar thle whole frorm Caiton and Bridgeton amounited te acieut 200 tiie, of wihomi ebout ono-halF were armed- with pike-, liidelhuesee, or pistols. Findintg their force Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the people, and made their way into Glasgow at double- quick time. Soon afterwards a troop of cavalry entered Bridgeton at a canter, and were received by the populace with great cheering. In the midst of the display, one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    number of packages, the parcel in question was drawn forth, and the matches found to have ignited. A. gravedgger of Bridgeton, in Scotland, named Smith, was un- fortunately buried alive while at work on a grave on Thursday week. Not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eliza Goff, were apprehended in the house of Robert Black, Bernard Street, Bridgeton, Glas- gow, yesterday, on a charge of having caused the death of Robert Cummings. a pensioner. Deceased resided with Black, and on Wednesday night, it is alleged, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE TOTICES TO COP.RESPONDENTS-Al et (stsad for pssbtciato must be actompantisd by the Os? and addrer of he or ter: not eosssariiy for publitation, tat for ue ifqmsa- of the tor. When answers to qeoe aom t mie in Subscribers-only content

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    who would have persuaded theintoadopt thecause of privilege against "quality, the electors of Govan, following Ayr, followig West ldinburgh, following Bridgeton, had said to Lord Salisbury once for all that she rejected his Scotch pro- gramme, and that she would Subscribers-only content

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    days' visit to Glasgow and Dundee, Mr. Morley goes to Portsmouth, and Sir George ";* Trevelyan addresses his constituents at Bridgeton, will be even more fully occupiedL No flturesr have yet been made for the three days immediately preceding the Subscribers-only content

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    death. c Mr. CHXnsBEnRes, speakiing at Dundee last c night, said he had read Sir GEoRGE TsEnzTY&s 1: speech at Bridgeton with amusement 'and con- a tempt, for he looked upon Sir GEOUca; as a man apt to -mistake exaggeration Subscribers-only content

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    amusement, and not wyithout a spice of contempt, the speech which was delivered last night by Sir George Trevelyan, in Bridgeton. (" Hear, hear," hisses, and slight cheering.) Sir George Trevelyan is one of those men who are very apt Subscribers-only content

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    those of Sir George Trevelyan, who was .then in favour of Mr. Cham- berlain's contentions, but who was returned for Bridgeton six months later. "John Strange Winter," whose new story, "Har-vest," judging bvthebookstalls, is having a great run, has just Subscribers-only content

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    meeting of the conference till February 14. With reference to this matter Sir George Trevelyan, in a speech at the Bridgeton election, said, " We afterwards sat for several hours, and the negotia- tions, which had been in a very Subscribers-only content

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    Dworry chief secretaries into even physical oolpse. (Cheers.) They had had some success in the past, and the member for Bridgeton could tell a pathetic story of t howthosewhom hewssnowcoveringwith fulsomerhetoric I inflicted torture upon him. But the present Chief Subscribers-only content

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    main principles : and by no ene bad that argument been more forcibly maintained than by the member for the Bridgeton Division in 1884. (Hear, hear.) It had been said in former debates that the whole question of tenants' improvements Subscribers-only content

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