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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 18 October 1831, 18 October 1831-18 October 1831

    Dronfield , in the County of Derby , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Dalmellington: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Village of Dalmellington , in the County of Ayr , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Steeple

    Acts, 1722

    Stranraer, John Anderson at Kirkmaiden, Andrew Rodgers at Galston, Henry Osburn at Tarbolton, James Robertson at Craigie, William Coates at Dalmellington, James Laurie, junior, at Kirkmichael, Hugh Falside at New Mills, Andrew Cuming at Largs, James Ruat at Dunlop, Robert

    Acts, 1752

    From the Burgh of Stranraer, Mr Andrew M'Dowall of Kingseat, Advocate. From the Presbytery of Ayr, Mr William Coats at Dalmellington, Mr Hugh Hamilton at Girvan, Mr William Auld at Mauchline, Mr William Walker at Monkton, Mr Andrew Mitchel at

    Acts, 1834

    Stranraer. From the Presbytery of Ayr, Dr John Stirling at Craigie, Mr John Stewart at Sorn, Mr Robert Houston at Dalmellington, Mr James Chrystal at Auchinleck, Mr Alexander Duncan of Coylton, ministers; William Campbell, Esq., of Netherplace, Charles Ferguson, Esq.,

    Acts, 1842

    Barr, Mr Robert Paton at Straiton, Mr Thomas Burns at Monkton, Mr James Symington at Muirkirk, Mr Robert Houston at Dalmellington, Mr James Fairlie at Mauchline, ministers; Claud Alexander, Esq., of Ballochmyle, George M'Micken Torrance, Esq., George Square, Edinburgh, John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AT A' CyOmtT.-WVhile singing at an amateur eccertat Awr on Saturday, Miss Alice Gavin, daughter of the' manager at the Dalmellington Ironworks, approached too near the footlights. Her dress caught fie, and before she could be resciaed she was so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    April 29, 1884. I- A. Steenberg, Copenhagen-petrolcum cooking apparatus. ). April 29, 1884. ,0 J. McCririck, Ayr, and Henry Thomson, Dalmellington, Ayr. d shire-rabbit and vermain trap. April 29,1884. g Richard Clayton, Deepffelds, and Ezekiel Green, Coseley, near 0 Bilston-fixing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and hear, for reasons. too long to explain! in this circular, we think-thbe strike may be protraeted. ' At the Dalmellington furnaces, which we looked over, we found two furnaces damped down, and a third un. dergoing the: preparatory process, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    82nd year. 3fht, widow if SutOitiI Miatlewright, relievna Lane, Handsvroeth; deeli leamnte d Ro1AT.--l1; the illth nlt,, at his father'nhotfe. Dalmellington. Scot- tIr -a, i ntthor aitriti! Si , io the 3zthve jrof bift te. Wiltt i:nostu firtperleof ' tretlfB:o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fol o is: - Coltense, $21. to $21.50.; Sumices-ean, .21.; Langloan, $s20.50:; Oartslretrie, $20.50.; Sirotte, $21. to $21.50.; Glengarnoek, 120.; Dalmellington, 519.50.; Eglifrgtan, $fi19. Eoreign lerssinaer pigs: Tire market preserves tie tendency of last week, thie deiad rtbeinr light, and Subscribers-only content

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