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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Baird, Esq., of Gartherrie, has, we under. stand, assigned 2,0001. for the purpose of erecting a splendid academy at Coatbridge, and the junior branches of the same family have agreed to endow the several teachers to conduct the establishment.-Glasgow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lane, corn factors. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. P. Nichol, Glasgow, insurance broker-A. Rankine. Kirk- cudbright, merchant-R. Stiven, Glasgow, merchant-D. Hen- derson, Coatbridge, near Airdrie, ironmonger. Friday, April 1. WAR OFFICE, APRIL 1. 7th Foot-Easign F. Mills, from the 84th Foot, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lee, Craven buildings, Drury lane, printei-_J r. Winter, Tottenham court road, bill broker. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. R. Bowes, Glasgow, joiner-G. Forsyth, Coatbridge, Mnr. chant-D. M'Gregor, Beith, innkeeper-J. Moncur, Hauogejd by Daokeld, distiller-J. Thomson, Leith, corn merchant-o A. Campbell and J. Brown, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    over the country. In this way, almost every farm and farm-yard, not only in the immediate neizghbourhood of Airdrie and Coatbridge, but for miles around them, has been visited. Another great meeting of the men is to be held to-day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after a strike of fifteen days.-Paisley Advertiser. ! Matters remain in much the same state in the Air- drie and Coatbridge districts. Two or three of the works are now going, but the great mass of the workers are still Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Sambur and young

    graceful,? and of a yellowish? colour. SWORD & COS .¦;•¦::;•:: manufactured ar •}-¦¦ ': ¦ V/.SV/ORD & C°.? ROYAL BAKERIES. COATBRIDGE. i j ' ¦390ldaiV0D'S3ia3>1Va IVAOd , oo 's> auoj^s/A. ¦ .\ :¦•;•:¦:¦¦ AP cadniovdDNVH ;:•;::^•^' •jnoioo 'injaowS ajoui si Subscribers-only content

    Hippopotamus

    wan¬? ders long rli8tauo«a? In warch of food,? whfch sometimes m-? clude» cultivated? crops. Itlivesintlie? rivers In many parts? of tropical Africa. SWORD g, COS ?iOnsizianmniQ ;-:.:r-:;;-: manufactured ar ¦-: - ? ¦ W.SV/ORD & CO? ROYAL BAKERIES. COATBRIDGE l^iPPIirffl Subscribers-only content

    Tiger

    (Over a large por-) [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Biscuits, Trading cards, Zoos, Advertisements, biscuits and cakes] SUALITY BREAD No. 13. The Tiger.? Over a large por¬? tion of Southern Asia? the tiger reigns sup¬? reme ; and is the most? Subscribers-only content

    Flamingoes

    the bill, umuit-? able material is? drained away. The? nest, built of mud, is? placed on marshy? ground, and five? white eggs are laid. SVVORO & CO^ ¦ .^.:/.: MANUFACTUPED 3' ¦}'¦¦¦ ¦ W. SWORD & C^. ROYAL BAKERIES COATBRIDGE. Subscribers-only content

    Pelicans

    It is a ? relative of the gan? net and cormorant? The long neck anc? bill enable it to fish? when floating on? shallow water. SWORD &, COS ¦¦::,'r\-.-.-: MANUFACTURED BY ¦¦:::¦:¦¦ ' \^^ SWORD & CO ROYAL BAKERIES, COATBRIDGE. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    telegraphy, watchmaking, and wool dyeing. The students came from Ballymena, Batley, Belfast, Birmingham, Bolton, Bristol, Burslem, Bury, Cambusbarron, Cheltenham, Chester, Coatbridge, Crewe, Cullbackey, Dewsbury, Dukinfield, Gateshead, Halifax, Huddersfield, Kenmare, Macclesfield, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Nottingham, Oldham, Rochdale, Todmorden, Widnes, Wigan, & c. Professor

 

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