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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. ; Charles Denham Orlando Jephson, of Mallow, in the county of Cork, Esq.; ;the Right Hon. James Forrest, of Comiston, in the county of Mlid Lothian, Lord Provost of Edinburgh; David Roche, of Carass, in the county of Limerick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has left two infant daughters, the latter born in Normandy only a few weeks since. Sue JAsas FosarRST, BART., of Comiston, died on the 5th inst., at Plymouth, in his eightieth year. His father was a writer to the signet. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bugley ; . W Bnnistr, Groat Barr ;L. ilarouebs, I foarborne ; IV. lIt. Cashmere, Hanrdsworthr J. Caelvert, Idurelemn 1?I. Comiston, Taisr seortll ; J. R. Fitter, 11arherne F. J. Olarles, IBrters-on-Treot CLfi F. Jiawkels, ilwindseorths ; i~avid Harper, flarlastori; Subscribers-only content

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    3ir Thu rby (chestnuts', SMr. Ialabury (chestnuts), Sir * Clifford Constable (~ctstsilts), Ah: Carter W\oed trOaRss). ilr, Brassey (browns), Sir. Comiston is Coberte (bays), Mr. Trrotter (dark browns), Sir Henry Tssften (it desak ahestinut and three browvns) Lord Ohsi-les Bereesford Subscribers-only content

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    llRAPERlY.-W~art-nd, ieoaedlately, an tall, respectable yonng DL1,as anl Apprenstice for Fanny Reunter; rasle Itatirover, fcr4 Mantle Skeow ltcsm.-J. W. Deason, Comiston Housae, Bread Street, llirmingliamn. ch51 I) RAtERY.-Want-ed, immuediately, a yoatng Maca, forthce General _1- Drapery.-Apply, stat-lug age, nalasry, antI Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, February 1756, 21-28, 21 February 1756-28 February 1756

    of the 22d of November 1754, and 18th of February 1755, made on the Behalf of Colonel John Scott of Comiston ; and praying, "That the same might be reversed, varied, or altered; and that this House would give the

    Acts, 1842

    St Andrews, Dr Robert J. Brown, Professor of Greek in Marischal College, Aberdeen, the Right Honourable Sir James Forrest of Comiston, Bart., Lord Provost of the City of Edinburgh, George Buchan, Esq., of Kelloe, Robert Bruce, Esq., of Kennet, James

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