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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Ensign, vice Christie, July 20. . . 17th Font-Lient. Le G. C. Bourchier to be Captain, Ybpur. chase, vice Clunie, promoted in the 3d PFet: Ensign T. t. Rut'edge to be Lieutenant, by purchase. vice BlourchieF IiV. Gordon, Gent. Subscribers-only content

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    Lieut. Col. G. J. M. Mar- dowell, lrith Lancers * Lieut. Col. J. Anderson, 50th Foot; Lieut. Col. J. 0. Clunie, 3rd Foot; Lieut. Col. E. W. Bray, 39th Foot; Lieut. Col. J. Stopford, 40th Foot, to be Companions of Subscribers-only content

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    announces the failuere at Liverpool of Mr P. Magee (Magee and Corcoran), ship- corner, i. The suspension of Messrs Friedrichsen, Clunie, and Co., West Hartlepool, in the corn trade, also appears in the ' Northern Daily Express.' Messrs Sanderson, Sandeman, Subscribers-only content

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    IIIJ rP"Iy"! aC1 lWer 011Brto cl3 ation 11 oboes nn h all~ ~ 103, l1itli Street, Towie6 - .--jyj~~~Yiolh ~il. al Situtii~on iC Irripprover te --ii0, NY. Herritalge, littinaonlr, I,,42. CovelitlY Street, St oer- linhaly fi~or Site3ie to Leani Subscribers-only content

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    U \oodcock. No. 5, Nortl head, Iforborne;. or No. 3, Manor oesd, Lidgbartoo. IFinder rewarde" c37 ]ZABLY Collie Dog, narned Clunie, Lost, from Oat hands, Coventry SC noadl. Yardley.-Anyone returiLng same to abave address will be handsonmely rewaried. c3i747 t|TOLYN Subscribers-only content

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    the execution of which l ternaned by the hot season. He will include I r'a* mstt MInnes B.D., minister of Clunie TalRe C c has committed suicide by jumping into Pait c -urch,- Dunkeld. He had for some time been Subscribers-only content

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    On the west cowst Mr. Baillie has the romantic domain of Glenelg, and in Ross-shire the fine deer forest of Clunie, near the head of Glenmoriston. There has been no Masonic function tor many years half sO imposing as the Subscribers-only content

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    , , -% - '.; . :,, , -?.l '.."! " 7 . i ". ?& 4 . .11 71SZE.", iI William Curltfigha i Batcheirrialt of Pit'sao, sooar4, - ,' to, grocer,.d,. cnar Dec. , at aL9; and J. Subscribers-only content

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    of a faw Parloue B -iaeiers. The Sarr ,in- tenidance of the Wlhole is intustutei to the Rev. J his Clunie, M.A. to whom %ll Coramnur.icaLsUnS (Past- paid) may be addresri,- The Christmns Vicaticat er,'is Jieiic,', 9 k. LOCALi'11IAl'T'IA. rIIE Subscribers-only content

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    OR Bur~s.-Capt. 4 Marcus Barr, (Assistant Adjutant,(Geieral to the Queen's Wal fForces in India), to be Major, by purchase, vice, Clunie, 910, promoted. tw( 's FIRST POCKET OF NIEW o0PS .-The interesti seSm -event to the hop trade of the Subscribers-only content

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    were on the platform, Rev. Dr. Raffles, I ly Rev. John Kelly, Dr. Vaughan, Dr. Halley, Dr. Massie, Dr. er, Clunie, Rev. R. Fletcher, 11ev. William Roafe, Rev. A. tineFrazer, Rev. G. Hoyle, 11ev. H. Knowles, Samuel Black- l lnburn, Subscribers-only content

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    by Jas. Kereshaw, Esq. Among the miniisters arid laymen present ;hwe observed the Rev. Dre. Halley, Vaughan, Massie, and 'ir Clunie, tire Rev. Messrs. Fletcher, Griffin, Gwvyther, Poore, to &c. ; Mr. Alderman Kershaw, Dr. Roborton, Mr. Morris,I et Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    the Marquis of Ws -Abercorn stands on the margin of Loch Laggan, at Ard- a wrechie, on the property of Clunie Macpherson. " The was scale on which this lodge is erected," says the author of the - Statistical Account, Subscribers-only content

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    Mc. CLUNE & TAIA) 'N, Columbia Buildings, will Brunswick-Street, Liverpool, the and Grand Canal Dock, Hanover Quay, Dubti eenth Moc. Clunie and Tatmptin, Shippins and Commission Agent , for hfving estailiohed a louse at 49. Broad-Street, New York, 0 se Subscribers-only content

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    being present, E azid many of the teachera. Several riinisters tvore also itt eattoedaoce, includiirg the Roevs. Dr. Ha1tlley aond Clunie, I John Kelly, A. E. Pearce., J. Foxe, S. Hooper, M. Hacrdakcrr,a and others. The meeting being opened wino Subscribers-only content

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    Bridge, to Miss SAsLAI ELIZABETHs SUAire, of the former place. Same day, at Marrison-road chapel, Halifax, by the Rev. J. Clunie Mae Michael, Air. THos. WHITELEY, cabinet maker, Halifax, to tiss ANN LEE, of Northocwram. fSame day, at Forton-lane chapel, Subscribers-only content

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    lhiS, onl the platform, wyere tlie di y the sq.D.Hle n r.Haly .Ksssw e., M.P., .1 not' rfso etteRv.D.MIerw r Clunie IJ, Owyter, . Thmson A. i~oisonH. JnesJ. Bedell, tached t it thesignatues of t~s deacns of th ca epel, Subscribers-only content

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    Calstock, Cornwall, tronfounders. Galbraitb aud Skelton, lower Thames-street, commission agents. Po erin and Race, Manchester, cotton waster dealers. 0 liriedrirlsserl, Clunie, and Co., West Hartlepool, commienion agents. Ji Grnham assd Co.. Abehorcls-lans, rhipbrokers. a 31arhdg tml assd ILoer lth'~rnaslps~oon Mills.,naear Subscribers-only content

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    London. Batcman A., Walwostra, pianoforte maker, Slay 3, ottI Broad C., Whi~tecshpel and Feneblurch-at., hoer retailer, April 25, at 1 Clunie J.. Old Kent read, clerk-, Slay 3, at 2 Grossman W. H1. F., Brixten, April 22, at 12 Drury Subscribers-only content

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    of the Royal Bank of Scot e, land, with appliances tor lithographing, at the house ol I e man named Clunie. 1, DnATme Priom DitiN.-The bodies of two e young non were found lying on the beach on Tuesday, in Subscribers-only content

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