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  • * British History Online *

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    LXXII, Deed of Mortification of customs from Archbishop to the College (1581)

    Colquhoune, persone of Stobo; James Hill, persone of Askyrk; Mr Andro Hay, Renfrew; Mr Andro Poluart, subdene; Robertus Herbertsoun ab Air; G. Hay, Eddilstoune; Archi dus ; Craufurd ab Eglischem, rector; Jo. Howison, persone of Cambuslang; Thomas Archibald de Cardross.

    CVIII, Contract between Archbishop and College concerning the Blackfriars Kirk (1635)

    Carnweth, Jn. Lyndsay, Carstairis, M. J. Bell, Eglishame, M. Annand, Air, Mr James Gillespie, Killerne, M. Birsbane Erskine, Mr P. Cambuslang, Mr A. Forbes, cancellarius, Jo. Strang, Govane, Ro. Maine, Mr Thomas Bannatyne, Douglas, Patrik Bell, provest, James Hamiltoun, baillie,

    Appendix, Two rentals of the borough of Glasgow (1590 and undated)

    Item, James Bornes tua aikers land ther, 1 6 8 Item, the aires of wmquhill Mr. Johne Baillzie, minister at Cambuslang, ane aiker land ther, 0 13 4 Item, the aires of wmquhill George Pollok tua aikers land ther and

    Acts, 1694

    Synods, for the second quarter, viz. from the Synod of Glasgow, Mr John Laury at Auchinleck, Mr Archibald Hamilton at Cambuslang, Mr Alexander King at Bonhil, and Mr David Meldrum, preacher: from the Synod of Galloway, Mr Andrew Ewart at

    Acts, 1703

    at Hamilton, Mr John Stirling, Principal of the College of Glasgow, Mr Thomas Linning at Lesmahagow, Mr Archibald Hamilton at Cambuslang, Mr John Anderson, Principal of the Leona rdine College of St Andrews, Mr John Anderson junior, minister there, Mr

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 December 1826, 8 December 1826

    Con¬ sumption, Account of, Ordered. Emigration, Petitions from Kirk- field Bank & Cambuslang Emigration Societies, respecting. Corn Laws, Petition of R. S. Tighe, respecting. Roman Ca- Petitions in favor of: (Colpe & Kilsharvan :) Kigeever: Ordered, That there be laid Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    27. — Glasgow Emigration Society; Govan; Camachie Emigration Society; and Paisley Emigration Society, 36. — Kirkfield Bank Emigration Society; and Cambuslang Emi¬ gration Society, 37. — Belfast, 84. — Blackburn Society of Emigrants, 273. 11 for Enquiry respecting the Poor Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1828, 12 February 1828

    the Petition and Appeal of Miss Jane Smith against Smith, sometime residing at Moriston, in the Parish of Mitchell & Cambuslang, now in Glasgow, as representing the deceased ogan' Archibald Smith, formerly Writer in Glasgow, and also as next of Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1830, 9 March 1830

    amended Petition and Appeal of Miss Jane Mitchell Smith, some time residing" at Moriston, in the Parish of & L°gan: Cambuslang, now in Glasgow, and also as next of Kin, Executrix and Representative of the late Miss Margaret Smith, her Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1831, 11 March 1831

    Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Heritors and Cambuslang: Owners of Land and Houses in the Parish of Cambuslang and County of Lanark, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Alban. Yn mis Ionawr, 1742, torodd diwyg- iad byw allan a dan weinidogaeth rymus y Parch. Wm. MacCulloch, yn Cambuslang, gerllaw Glasgow, ac ar drcigliad y flwyddyn hono ymnlaen, cyfranogopdd dinasoedd Glasgow, Dundee, Edinburgh, yngbyd ag amryw drefydd mawrion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCOTCH LITERATURE. furor w Correspondent.) "There is nO GENlUS between Ciackmannan and Caitbness."a1yrvON A "PROVINCIAL SCOTSMAN," gaunt and raw, has been writing a book, entitled, "A Glance at London, Brussels, and Paris." That a Scotch- man should travel, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester, paper hanger-E. Brentnall, Cold Harbour road, North Brixton, builder-C. Carter, Saddington, Leicestershire, miller. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION. I. Semple and Co. Cambuslang, near Glasgow, victualler. IMMMIMMMMMNM? DIED.~~ At the Palace, Ely, en the 20th, Dr Allen, Bishop of Ely. At Brighton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1; Edinburgh, 3, 2 fatal; Glaslow, 53, 20 fatal ; Jedburgh, I fatal; Bonhill, 1; Selkirk, 1 fatal; Cumnock, 3; Cambuslang, 3 fatal. Total new cases, 78; 31 deaths WEDNEsDAr.-WI'hitechapel, 2;: London Docks (on board ship), 1 fatal; Hackney (from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fatal - Old Monkland, 9 fatal; Alloa, 5, 1 fatal; Stow, 2; Anderston, 2, 1 fatal; Old Kilpatrick, 2 fatal; Cambuslang, from 18th Jan., 32, 21 fatal. Total new cases, 182; 119 deaths. TUrSDAY.-Bethnal Green Lunatic Asylum, 5, 1 fatal; Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Best Turkey red

    [Cotton industry, Textile industry, Bale labels] 60^d3nilAI"dl ^V5>> mmmmmgm %«<^^ T. p. MILLER &C9 60^d3nilAI"dl ^V5>> mmmmmgm %«<^^ T. p. MILLER &C9 Subscribers-only content

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