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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    most deplorable plight with agony, having no rest day nor night. My daughter, having heard of my misery, came from Broxburn to see me. She applied to one of my neighbours, and he came and saw me, and recommended Morison's Subscribers-only content

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    and J. and J. Potter, Manchester, cotton spinners. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. G. Simpson, Edinburgh, deoper-D. Elder, jun. Dundee, grocer-W. Fraser, Broxburn, Linlithgowshire, coach pro- prietor-G. Bennet, Aberdeen, wine and spirit merchant- Hardie, Willianisons, and Starke, Glasgow, and Springfield, Renfrewshire, calico Subscribers-only content

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    of such of the trustees as are present at the meeting at which such investment is determined on. 1 The Broxburn Oil Company, in their report for 11 the year ended April 3, recommend a dividend at the rate of Subscribers-only content

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    Irish tramnp, and has only been in Edin- burgh for one night in lodgings in the Cowgatf. She camne from Broxburn fail-, and states that she has lived two years with her husband in Glasgow. The case was remitted to Subscribers-only content

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    wife. Farrio and hbis wife, it appears, did not live o good ternu. The husband had been drinldnganad went to Broxburn, 'n the nelgh hourhood of Ilnhlthgow. where he obtained more llquor., Rh wife went there to being him home, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, Pardon Roll, Part 1, 01 April 1510-30 April 1510

    of John Wyndam, knight, 19 May. Wm. Gascoign, of Cardyngton , Beds., and London, esq., 23 May. Richard Laurence, of Broxburn , Herts, yeoman, alias citizen and fishmonger of London, undated . Hugh Brett or Brette of Alston , Staff.,

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