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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from 24 to 28 guns fCapraiu Spencer, son of EatI Spencer; The other brig's name snk,,V.. On bonid of tihe Carron, i5 men were killed and w'ltld,, among the 9i(ter wmas Colncel Nicoll, of The royal marines. . lost anr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    king's Bench on J. A. Park and J. iBurroupghls, Eiq Jon1tices of thle Cohirndn Pleast lan- on Lieut.-Colo0lCel RoJ61 and Carron, General Otcers in te Sateish Army, 'le latter') Iihow lhas obtained the -l iecu td _-Wear th'e -wn aui Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Dyer got information that both Salt and Whittioghaun were swindlers, and lie therefore sent his clerk with three men, Carron, Frazer; and Heyward, to take possession of the house. They got is on Tuesday without force, Mrs. Salt and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ago, the romantic story of a plas- terer at Carron, who pretended to have been seized by resurrection-men, stowed into a box like so much kippered silmon, and driven off towards Berwick, near which place he was fortunately released from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    light blue !-Twelve noblemen and gentlemen formed the suite. ATsCIrNT Totsa-Some months since, the miners in a branch -of the Carron stream tin works in Cornwall, found a human skeleton enclosed ' in a wooden coffer, in the alluvial clay Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 February 1768, 19 February 1768

    or Canal from the " Firth or River of Forth, at or near the Mouth of " the River of Carron in the County of Stirling, to " the Firth or River of Clyde, at or near a Place called Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1768, 23 February 1768

    Cut or Canal, Sf from the Firth or River of Forth, at or near the Mouth of the River of Carron in the County of Stirling, to the Firth or River of Clyde, at or near a Place called Dalmuir Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1768, 25 February 1768

    or Canal cc from the Firth or River of Forth, at or near the " Mouth of the River of Carron in the County of " Stirling, to the Firth or River of Clyde, at or near a " Place Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1768, 26 February 1768

    or Canal " from the Firth or River of Forth, at or near the " Mouth of the River of Carron in the County of lc Stirling, to the Firth or River of Clyde, at or near a " Place Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1768, 8 March 1768

    Navigable Cut or Canal from the Firth or River of Forth, at or near the Mouth of the River of Carron, in the County of Stirling, to the Fir Ji or River of Clyde, at or near a Place called Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1500-1880

    was £150,000 in 1771 , 6 and in 1765 he was able to lend £20,000 in connexion with operations at Carron . 7 There were many variations in the methods of borrowing. 8 Where land or buildings were bought, they

    Index A-J

    R. C., Sam., and Artisans' Library, Wm., and Artisans' Library, Carpenter of Nazareth , mission ch. of, Adderley Rd ., Carron ironworks (Stirlingshire) , Carrs La. , Carrs La. Congregational chap. , ministers see Brewer, Dale , James (J.A.); school,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    icith Obnoxious Persons. 39 Carron and Wonghaville.-Rev. P. Keran, P.P., presiding, it The following resolution was carried :- ' That it is our unanimous decision, that those farms in Kilcorney, on the Lysaght property, should continue to be kept derelict Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    National League Branches. £0} 42 Carron and Noughaville.-Rev. P. Keran, P.P. presiding. Resolved :- ' That as long as the deputy cess-collector of the barony of Burren holds communication with a boycotted person in this parish, we pledge ourselves not Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    ' MJaJEJrCJE IN POOR LAW BOARD AND OTHER ELECTIONS. Carron and Woughaville.-Rev. P. Keran, P.P., in thei Chair. ' That the names of two honorary members be erased from the list of members of this club for voting with the Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    Prosperous, D 6. Carrickmacross, D 7, 17 ; G 4. Carron , & c., C 14, 42; L I. Cashingtown, H 21. Castlegregory, F I. Castlemaine , A 22 ; C 8. Castletown , K 15. Causeway , M I. Subscribers-only content

    Disestablishment in Scotland: list of the "1475" who signed the address to Mr. Gladstone ... and list of Presbyterian ministers who did not sign the address., 1886

    S. G., Edinburgh (B.) tAVoodside, D., B.D., Glasgow (U.P.) Wright, John, Kinross (F.) Wright, Peter S., Forfar (U.P.) VELLOWLEES, John, Carron I (U.P.) Young, Archibald, M.A., Aberdeen (U.P.) Young, A. M ' Laren, Southend (u.p.; t Young, David, D.D., Glasgow Subscribers-only content

 

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