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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 9 May 1662, 09 May 1662-09 May 1662

    Second time; Resolved , That these Words "Lord Viscount Fanshaw of *," be inserted, instead . . "Lord Fanshaw Viscount Drumore ." The next Amendment to the Names of Commissioners for London and Westminster was read the Second time. Resolved

    Letters from Mr Corker, 3 of 5

    it seems there are some men, to whom he gives more credit in relating what concernes him the to B Drumore himself. Could our freinds have been made rich by uphoulding a mistake, I should not be easely wonn to

    Acts, 1740

    Presbytery of Garioch, Mr Francis Downie at Kemnay, Mr George Gordon at Bourtie, Mr James Darling at Kintore, ministers; Lord Drumore, and from the burgh of Kintore, Mr James Erskine of Grange, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Deer, Mr


    house called Mon-trouge left him by mons. de Chasteauneuf, 638. Belling , Mr. wounded, 698. Ordered to transact with bishop Drumore, 739. His instructions from king Charles II. 744. Bellingham , Mr. one of the English commissioners for conserving the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    information of which has been th ! d at Lloyd's. Various disasters have occurred in tie Baey of Luce, near Drumore and Ardwall. FIRE AT BLACTWALL.-On Thursday another serious flagration happened in a narrow thoroughfare, known as cte Waterside, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Artistic Rush-seated Furniture - Giltand Brasi Cornices and Window Poles; a clinics selection of Pottery In.Satsuima, Ciloeaunde, Chinese, liags, Aweuta, 'Drumore, Ltinthorpe, 'Hyatt, ans cither valuable Wares., 1~. , IIII TOILEF1 SETS AND BED ROOMT WARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. CURTAIN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlce difficulty of hearing the speches delivered by the peers is not in the slightest diegree resoved. JohnJ Long, of Drumore, Pa., United States, was re- cently driven out of his house by swallows. They swept down the large chimney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be due to water in the Workings having filtered into another part of the mines, which are worked by the Drumore and Preston Grange Colliery Company. It was fortunato the subsidence was gradual, or a disastrous railway accident would have- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mnedsl f t gallantry in saving life at sea to James H. Grifis, coZ ry missioned boatman of coastguard at Drumore. - u- Mr. Deimond RIyan, the mrusical critic of tie S d, 3d has returned from his voyage to Subscribers-only content

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