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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them, we are glad to see, arc cut by English engravers. TO CORRESPONDENTS. The two letters from Barholnm Rouse (postmark Creetown) havebeen received, but we cannot make out the name of our subscmiber. We have not yet seen the York Subscribers-only content

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    time, on application to a medical gentleman, got a prescription, which was made up to her by a resident in Creetown. No sooner, however, had she partaken of it than she became worse than ever; and after great agony, which Subscribers-only content

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    do an uncertiflorted poacher." BIB, BERIG'T, MP.-Mr. Bright is now on a visit to Mr, Caird, at his residence in Creetown. The chief Magistrates of the burghs in the visinity dined with him on Tuesdav evening, Provost Turner presented him Subscribers-only content

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    'Ierrittgtomc, clieamist sud druigla!st Handford. Thomas Svraose,. aracer Wili . in ~-place, 'dells read, Blath, gentlln"EL 4W I ~liArelb~ii 'r~issnuar Creetown, Nil.,dia per JO~IIIlddehetigateStr.utn~t, Gltcaegrocer :andIII ilwie hres lll Thu, Callow, near Dynisetk, Hereford, H raim" oi'I rh t l Subscribers-only content

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    funreral of seven persons, drwedtrIg h wit-k of flue hfinet Wiglusll schooner, Off, [Ie coast of Kirlccusdhrightahrire, took p)lace at Creetown on WVed- riesday. IIs 1lciilty Hu~ll, Gagw, on Wednesday, Langbanke ithe resMidencei ofl S t.illa 'laylor, one of [lie Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, C, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    337; goes to Scotland, 422; confession by (April 1585), 622. Mr William: arrives in Scotland (23rd June 1584), 205, 207. Creetown (Cretoun): 692. Crumy , Laird of: murders Innerwick, 334. Cumberland , Earl of: friend to the Papists (Jan. 1583 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Cree-town, Kirkudbrightshire., 1816

    View of Creetown, with a man and woman walking along a road towards houses in foreground at right on the bank of the river Cree; figures near two boats on stretch of land at centre, arched bridge behind; sailing boat

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