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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ling, and Polmont, proceeding at a rapid pace till the train reached Broomhouse, about thirteen miles from Edinburgh, where unfortu- nately another casualty befel it. On reaching Broomhouse, a noise, as of a slight explosion, was heard, and a dense Subscribers-only content

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    ler. Glengowaa beat Anger Glengarry beat Denmark lid Zulu beat Oxford IBroambouse beat Unlucky Boy lit Zulu beat Glengowan I Broomhouse beat Glengsrry 'In- I The stake was divided. 'as The BEDLINGTON STAKES, for 16 All.aged Greyhounds, at £2. 15s, Subscribers-only content

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    red paint from I to 104; asod 33 POPLA PS, numbered I to 3 The above are growing upon the Broomhouse Farm, in the ocesip tice of Mr. William Brooke, half a mile from the Bromnsgrove Itsa way station. and Subscribers-only content

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    ns Countess Buss Mr. Marficet's Mayo beat Mr. Douglas's Damocles Mr. Jardine's Saxon beat Mr. Hutchison's Earl Clyde Mr. Jones's Broomhouse beat Mr. Briscon's Ben Venue Mr. Dodd ns Tender andt True beat Sir NV. C. Anstruther e3 Horspipe Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    the . 0e ow rers. t . Thu plreperty may te viewed ore apileication to Mr. Ds attihew Linton, rit Broomhouse, near t1gthopo; or Mr. Porriit, who lives ore the farmn . r- and further partierrce osre uty be keown Subscribers-only content

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    January, 18d7. F 2144 By Order of Mortag~eo under Poveers of Sale, Mr, Whittiegton aild Shecpbridge Collieri' Conepany Limited. PtSas Broomhouse Colliery. Bdetr of Coal and Iranstond, Brickmradong Pltent, Valuable Fixed Meschinery aud Plant for Colliery, Farm RKi; llHouses, haresions, Subscribers-only content

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    COUJRSING. THE MONEYGLASS MEETING, L President- Captain Hamilton Jones. Vice-President--Earl of Kilmorey. Committee of Managemoent-C.ptain Hamilton Jones, James lauds, Henry C. Mann, Bernard O'Kane, John Doris, Thomas S. Taylor, Samuel Gilmour, S. Garvin. Patrons and Field Stewards-James Owens, D.L.; Subscribers-only content

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    Burn, by Loonderry- Bellona, beat Mr. P. Kane's Robert Emmett, by Paris-Crutty Sark. Mr. J. Taylor as Glen William, by Broomhouse -Lady Douglas, beat Dr. Handoysides' Whitley Park, by Bothal Park-Sister to Ben-y.Lair. Mr. J. Young ns Ned Hanlan, by Subscribers-only content

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    pO 0 Pt, T I N G. l' lTl;LLLR'S NOTES. ses8P.CIAL TELEGRtt.) MWIrMTERne, WarNLmSn).ky.-The ebief feature of tie racing att Liolifield this afternoon was the Qkleen's Plate victory of Ciliarmiail who won so e'1.ilV thalt aiY little sta 10 Subscribers-only content

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    miner named. James Russell was the culprit. He deliberately axed two pieces of slag between the railway crossing points at Broomhouse -with the evident intention of wrecking a passenger train from Hawilton. Fortulnately he vas apprehended. but escaped with the Subscribers-only content

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    ihie, and the pilot engine, which had hitherto preceded the Royal train at a short distance, was brought back to Broomhouse. After the disabled engine got of? the rails, the pilot engine was attached to the train in its stead. Subscribers-only content

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    THE SYNOPSIS. The Mlarquis of Westminster's splendid racing stud, one of the most valuable in the kingdom, was brought to the hammer on Wednesday, at Eaton Hall, near Chester. His lordship I retained a few of his favorite horses, Subscribers-only content

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    First heat to start at two o'clock fk&llPkitney Bridge, round a boat moored off Crabtree, downirournd a boat moored off Broomhouse, up through theleoentieearch of Putney Bridge. Second heat, same distance as the first. The third and grand heat to Subscribers-only content

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    TOW N EDITION. THE ERA OFFICE, SUNDAY, TWO A.M. LATEST EROX THE SEAT OF WAR. DESPATCH OF TROOPS TO THE FRONTIER. EXPULSION OF THE PRUSSIANS FROM FRENCH TERRITORY. PARIs, AUGUST 12-In to-day's sitting of the Corps Legislatif, Count de Subscribers-only content

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    to two months' imprisonment. Be was discovered placing pieces of slag between the points on the North British Railway at Broomhouse. DEATH FROM THE EFFECTS OF CRICKET.-On Saturday morning Mr. Ernest Hovey, of the firm of Messrs G. H. Hovey Subscribers-only content

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    MftmiAa b». Sinceourbw at the ParishC irel Tobias Hut hinson to Jane Haworth Robert Uenry Ou* bur; -„; a. ■. .- Duxbury WiHiam Robinson teE-izabei Ai :. ,„ to Ellen Si 1 . Edm i Edtuui - . I Subscribers-only content

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    dam, SiUy ; sire of dam, Napoleon (259). The 3rd prize of £10 was taken by Mr. Jobn Hitchcock, of Broomhouse, South- molten, for Pretty, 5 years and 3 months old (had one calf), bred by Mr. JohnTapp, of Twitchen, Subscribers-only content

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    should fie expelle.l, I and the workmen and their families sent to seek their \ bread elsewhere The laird of Broomhouse is not a soli- j tary instance. After receiving notice to quit, the firm we have named surveyed the Subscribers-only content

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    to two months' imprisonment. He was discovered placing pieces of slag between the points on the North British Railway at Broomhouse. Woburn Abbey has been closed to visitors for three months, for the purpose of completing the restoration. The work Subscribers-only content

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    been going forward, th i following instance may bo quoted:-ln m Turnbull's flock of half-breds at Daldowi e " t Broomhouse, one ewe had five lambs, three of j which are still alive. Two ewes had four lamb« , each, Subscribers-only content

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