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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alfred Leaf, late of Leaf Square, Pendleton, in the borough of Salford, solicitor; -personalty over £77,000.-Of Mr. Edward Caird, of Finnart, and 15, Belgrave Crescent, Edinburgh- per- sonalty in England and Scotland upwards of £58,000.- Of Mr. zEdward Robson Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AND GENERAL. Monsieur Lucien Marcan, of Aire-street, Leeds, has been appointed Consular Agent for France at Leads. PREltrlVE METRODISM.-On Sunday dternoon the Leeds First Circuit held its annual camp meeting, mu a field lent by Mr. Pollock, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horses see eteceted ITe= loiLon isaia sLit teaalniaa' sasricat. I ~SCRATOEUGS SzC~~C&&XM~ONBlEZEE BnrtAST~fl5..-Agur,Eafleute.l liermia colt, Spin. FcI-biowu Tombhat. Unbetulsf. Posetanoi Finnart, Kohanasen, O0M Bras Tas coit, Nandine colt. Ceoi filly. Drift dliv. Chacorne. Tabrd, St. Bloy, L'Exile-. Sonalio, TLiac, d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvouldl nover nmore be talik4nt ot ;is the port or com- tnoiticatioll witti il'tilanl oIi til Scotchi side; but tiihit Finnart BPtt, ill Loctiivait, Nvi lmd be found to be the nearest satfeplaee ill thie somth-tvest of Scotilanid lor cumnivting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received by a committee of the club, and partoolk of dejeener. After the dejenter b's Excellency went; on board the Finnart screw yacht, 155 tons, E N Y C, J. MNaregor, Esq., and the Julia, 122 tons, R N Y Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 May 1751, 17 May 1751

    brought into, tapped, or ?' fold, within the Town of Greenock, and Baronies of " Eafler and Wefler Greenock and Finnart, and Liber- " ties thereof, in the County of Renfrew, for repairing " the Harbour of the faid Town; Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1751, 21 May 1751

    Perfon attainted, being- g pp, or. fold, within the Town of Greenock, and Baronies "of Eafter and Wejter Greenock and Finnart, and " Liberties thereof, in the County of Renfreiv, for re- " pairing the Harbour of the faid Town Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1750, 1 March 1751

    Sale brewed, brought in, vended, tapped, or fold, within the faid Town and Baronies of Eafler and. Wefler Greenock and Finnart, payable by the Brewers, Venders, Sellers, and Tapfters, of fuch Ale and Beer, du¬ ring fuch Terms of Years, Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1751, 26 March 1751

    the Mafters, Ship-Mafters, and others, the principal Inhabitants of the faid Town, and Baronies of Eafler and Wefter Greenock, and Finnart, was referred; That the Committee had examined the Matter of the faid Petition ; and had directed him to Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1751, 2 April 1751

    for Sale, brought into, tapped, or fold, within the Town of Greenock, and Baronies of Eafter and Wefter Greenock and Finnart, and Liberties thereof, in the County of Renfrew, for repairing the Harbour of the faid Town, and for ether Subscribers-only content

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