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    of the late Earl of Crawford and Balcarres from the vault at Danecht having been concluded on Monday, Lsord Craighill pro-. ceeded to sum up yesterday. He reviewed the evidence at great length, and in doing so pointed out that Subscribers-only content

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    Thsotrialwsillcommonce I this morning at 10 o'clock; the presiding judges bmisg I.ord Jiistice Clark Moncric.1f, Lord Mlare, anid Lordi :, Craighill, r I fTHE GREtAT NORTHERN RAILWAY AND THEIl SEIRVANTS. , A mneeting of, Great N~orthlern Railway m loves- i Subscribers-only content

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    tise High Court of Judiciary, t Edinburgh, before the Lord Justice Clerk (Lord 11loncricff), t assisted 'by Lords Muir and Craighill. The court was n~ crowded long before the proceedings Commenced, and c hundreds who were anxious to be present Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was resumed yesterday, at the fligh Court of Justiciary, t Edinlburgh before Lord Justice ~lerk hImoncriefl. Lord t MoIure, Lvord Craighill, andl a jury.-Tho Lord Advocate, in t rsemnln~lg his speech for the prosecution, dealt With the 11 !rpulrchase of Subscribers-only content

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    by the conduct oT'lee dilousbwiand erd.ontal vnt ~ Egib The Glasgow Circuit was opened on Wednesday by Lords Deas and Craighill. Their lordships arrived under arn escort of a company of the Scots Greys and were accom- aniel by tire Subscribers-only content

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    George III, October 1766, 01 October 1766-31 October 1766

    III., pcl. 78, No. 56. 312. Samuel Garbett to Will. Burke, Esq. States what he has learnt about Thomas Groves, Craighill and Groves' nephew. One Joseph Adams, of Birmingham, will be at the White Horse Inn, in Friday Street, Cheapside, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    Britain, London, invention Coxon , Consul, circular to Crabtree , James, employed as a spy on the coiners Craghill or Craighill , a workman settled in the Austrian dominions Craig , Hew, Esq., Judge of the Vice-Admiralty Court of Gibraltar Subscribers-only content

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