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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the green of Mir, Peter M'Gaw, St. James Stbeet, off Paisley Boad, Glasgow. The competitors were R. Walkiushaw, of Carlops, the champion of Scotland, and IV. WVhittaker, of Salford, the celebrated English player, The match was for £100. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    QUOITS FOR £200.-On Saturday a l match at quoits was played off on Roseneath Grounds, I Paisley-road, between W~alknshaw, of Carlops, and Lind- say, of G~lasgow. The terms of the game were 31 up, 21 yards, and ~indseyto receive three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A DThLY LUXURY! * cuSTARD POWDER. e-:l v ythe Choicest Dishes and ,.ichest Custard. D: CrTARD is oneONE TEI?G NEEDED t c h .2 I :n.C .'r SceweJ Fruit. . ORCNo TROUBLE! '0Eo~ fCT rfg-prf, TAFTTE TGLBEE. i N Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    city-went to a coach-hiring establishment in town and engaged a horse and trap with the intention of driving to the Carlops. Nothing was heard either of them or the trap until about one o'clock op Friday morning. when the horse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :-" West Lisaton, Peeblesbire, Nov. 6, 1861.-t Sir,-Last night, about half-past 11 0'clsrk, while riding heme to West Linton from, Carlops, I discovered in the eastern horizon si large and very conspicuous comet. At I that hour it occupied a Subscribers-only content

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