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    THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. TO-MORROW, Juone 19, EVERY ONE HAS-:HIS FAULT; and the DRA4F LOVER. Toconcludevitbh aBallet bythieOjlerafDancers. Forthe Bete~t of i~lt. ELLISTON. Onl Tuesday, an OPERA, irn which Mr. BRAH4M will perform. On Wednesday, the ENGLISI PLEEr; with the Subscribers-only content

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    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Tfursday, reb. 17. Lord SLFFIELD presented a petition from the Norfolk Magistrates, noonimiouslv voted in Quarter Sessions assembled, praying for an amend- scent of the Game Laws; which, after some remarks in approbation from Subscribers-only content

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    CHRISTIAN EVIDENCE SOCIETY.-The Fiity-fifth Discussion 'vill be held in the Great Room, Paul's Head, Cateaton street, enTUESD AY ne.t, at Seven o'clock.-Subject: The Bishop of London's Sixth Proposition "On the Moral Precepts of the Gospel."-T'hle Reverend Secretary will deliver Subscribers-only content

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    'CHRISTIAN EVIDENCE SOCIETY. -The Fifty-ninth Dis- cu in wil b hel in he reatRoom Pain HadCateatou street, o TUES3DAY, Fe~bruary 15th, at Seven o'clock.- ujet The Bishop of London's Elerenth Proposition-Th MIRACLES Of CuiIS.-.Tbe Reverend Secretary 1willdeliver an ORATIOiN Subscribers-only content

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    or borean, with a pipe in her mouth and a rusty tin cup in her hand ,-i[ Holoo i ra Culloch -is it the potheen ye've got there t"- " It's a token ye don't know, else ye wouldn't be Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    for Wm. Keith read Alexander Keith. Page 353, line 24, for Auditor read Attorney. Page 400, line 6, for Mr. Culloch read McCulloch. Page 416, line 22, for Commissioners of Customs, Ireland read Commissioners of Reven ue, Ireland. Page 419,

    Appendix: poor laws, 15 February 1831, 15 February 1831-15 February 1831

    Appendix: poor laws 15 February 1831 Die Martis, 15° Februarii 1831. [155 ] The Marquess of Salisbury in the Chair. Richard Mackenzie Bacon Esq. is called in, and examined as follows: Have you turned your Attention to the Subject

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, May 1759, 11-20, 11 May 1759-20 May 1759

    to the same, without any Amendment. M c Culloch against M c Culloch. After hearing Counsel in Part, in the Cause wherein Edward Mac Culloch of Auchinguill is Appellant, and Janet Mac Culloch his Wife Respondent: It is Ordered, That

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix B No. 15

    Affairs of the East India Company Appendix B No. 15 [28 ] [29 ] No. 15.-An Account of the Quantity of American Tonnage which has cleared out from different Ports of British India, from 1815-16 to 1826-27 inclusive. -

    Elizabeth, December 1575, 01 December 1575-31 December 1575

    for theft, Alexander Sinclair in Strommes, William Clowstane and others for piracy; Mr. John Hwme, James Corsbie, Alexander M c Culloch, Alexander Murray, and many others pardoned for piracy. By imprisoning and warding the King's lieges in the castles of Subscribers-only content

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    26 November 1724, 26 November 1724

    Merchant in Inverness, John Stewart Vintner there, John Hofack Baillie there, and George Cuthbert Doftor of Medicine there, John Mc Culloch of Pitnelles late Baillie of Tayne, and David Bethune of Culnafiia Meffenger, the faid Colonel Munro, and George Munro Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1725, 8 March 1726

    " That a Day may be ap- Mc Cuiloeh pointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein David Me Cul- ^ loch is Appellant, and Chrifiian M Culloch is Refpon¬ dent : 2 It Forbf -cerfu. OaUo Hald •verfi Su" 1 thui Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1726, 26 January 1727

    13 Geo. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. T^VlE Jovis, 2 6°Januarii. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales przefentes fuerunt: Arch. Ebor. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. London. hitch. <& Cov. Raffen. Petriburg. Bangor. Carliol. Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1727, 17 April 1727

    journals of the Höufe of Lords, A. 1727. " City of Glouceßer ;" and to acquaint this Houfe, that they have agreed to the fame, without any Amend¬ ment. Woollen Ma- " " Road from Warrington to Wigan to Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1731, 25 March 1731

    being moved, " That Patrick Heron cognfzaifcffo'r" Efquire may be permitted to enter into a Recogni- Mc Culloch. eC zance for Edward Me Culloch, on account of his Ap- " peal depending in this Houfe ; he refiding in Sco-t- Subscribers-only content


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