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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1653

    Tymmer . Forsameikill as it is regrated be sundrie that dyvers persounes buyes timber that is brought in at the Broomielaw to sell over againe, to the great hurt and prejudice of these wha hes thair lands to build, it

    Extracts from the records, 1662

    of the box be conveined therto, and that Claud Pauleis complent be hard anent the want of his fiell. Kye, Broomielaw . It is concluded, for many guid reasones and consideratiounes, for the moir commodious laidining and landing of boatis,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 26 May 1830, 26 May 1830-26 May 1830

    , are exeemed from and no ways liable in payment of any duty whatsomever at the said burgh of Glasgow, Broomielaw, Port Glasgow , or any other port or harbour belonging to them, so that both burghs are hereby declared

    Extracts from the records, 1676

    and spent in the toune quhen the committee of the counsell sat here anent the Irish victuallis. Calsay to the Broomielaw . The magistratis and counsell having considered how the calsayes and hie way to the Broomelaw is broken and

    Index to records

    Bridge-end , work at, 56. See Gorbals. Bridgegait , merchant hospital in, 412; trees at dwelling-house in, 437. See Fire. Broomielaw , quay to be built at, 491. Bucket money , collection of, 260, 271. See Burgesses. Buckets , leather,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cornple'tely the reverse of ;the fadc..-Lierpool Mercury. - THs RAGGED .HOARDER.-A few days ago, ouepof ,thest eam-boats arrived at the Broomielaw, filled with passengers fromtlondonderry. A .passenger, covered with rags, pleaded that neither he 'nor his two 'sisters had any Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ports in our own country-Glasgow, for in- stance, where steam-boats in the Clyde come close to the quay called the Broomielaw. Brighton, which is no port, has a pier whence passengers can step on board the stearm-vessels? surely we might Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days ago, about four o'clock in the afternoon, as the Kilmun steamer was passing Dunglas, on her way to the Broomielaw, the ferryboat was ob- served making towards her, with, it is said, sixteen passengers on board. After the boatman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the ' braes of Athol,' and that they were bound for the 'tour. ney.' They embarked to-day at the Broomielaw for Ardrossan. Among the dresses to be worn, the Celtic seems to be the favourite in this quarter; but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plus of his earnings was about to return to Ireland. With this object is view, he had gone to the Broomielaw to learn what time ai steamer sailed for Belfast, when he was accosted by ai country-looking lad, with whom Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNOX, Hon. John Henry (1788-1872).

    Feb. 1830. He may have divided against Jewish emancipation, 5 Apr., when he brought up a Newry petition for the Broomielaw railway bill; he certainly did so on 17 May. "However disposed I may be to give my support to

    CAMPBELL, Archibald (?1763-1838), of Blythswood, Renfrew

    bill, 22 Mar., and the Pollok and Govan railway bill, 23 Mar. That month he presented various petitions against the Broomielaw railway and tunnel, Garscube and Fossil road and Garnkirk railway bills. He presented petitions from Dundee against that town"s

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 May 1830, 19 May 1830

    " maintaining a Railway from the Lands of Polloc and " Govan to the River Clyde, at the Harbour of Broomielaw, " in the County of Lanark, with a Branch to communi- " cate therefrom j" to which they desire Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1830, 24 May 1830

    a Railway from the Lands of n. « polloc and Gwan to the River Qiyde^ at the Harbour " of Broomielaw, in the County of Lanark, with a Branch " to communicate therefrom." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1830, 25 May 1830

    maintaining a Railway from the " Lands of Polloc and Govern to the River Clyde, at the '* Harbour of Broomielaw, in the County of Lanark, " with a Branch to communicate therefrom;" and pray¬ ing their Lordships, " That Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1830, 25 May 1830

    and maintaining a Railway from the Lands of Polloc " and Govan to the River Clyde, at the Harbour of Broomielaw, in the County of Lanark, with a Branch to communicate therefrom," was committed; " That they flu1 Nai tioc Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1830, 26 May 1830

    maintaining a Railway from the Lands of " Pollok and Govan to the River Clyde, at the Harbour " of Broomielaw, in the County of Lanark, with a Branch " to communicate therefrom." The Question was put, " Whether this Subscribers-only content

 

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