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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn w cyflwr da yn St. Petersburg, gael ei anfon i'r ar- ac ddangosfa.. e Mewn Ilythyr at..ei etholwnt yn Galashiels, mae di Mr. Trevelyan, A.S., y iwynayn drwm oblegid yr arafwch A. pha a-un ymaeiy -l dy-wodraeth ya myned Subscribers-only content

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    ; ii Mae yr areithian gwleidyddol dyfod y4 ,n Iliosog. Wrth anerch ei etholwyr y dydd a, o'r blaen yn Galashiels, cyfeiriai Mr. G. 0. *n Trevelyan, A.S., at y bleidlais sirol fel y awes.. Y tiwn mawr dyledol i'r Subscribers-only content

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    stomach-pump was used but without efFeet. LEAP EXTRaAODINARty.-On the l4th current, a writer from Earlston, on Iis way home from Galashiels, evidently overcome by the "jolly god," began to put forth Iis wrath on his horse, when near Melrose-bridpre* the Subscribers-only content

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    in' Leith, in Stirling, in Cupar, in Kinross, in St Andrew's, in Haddington, in Linlithgow, in Kincardine, in Banff; in Galashiels, in Kelso; in Aberdeen, and in Dumfries, there has been but one spirit of determination and resistance. With scarcely Subscribers-only content

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    Ron. Francis Scott, Tory, 759. elki-rkslsire.-Cloee of the poll :-Majority at Selkirk, for A. Pringle, Tory 03 ; Mejority at Galashiels,, for R. Pringle, Reformer, 36. For the Tory, 46. A Protest and petition are in preparation against the return. Subscribers-only content

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    got into the circle." HOGG. I, December ]2.-Hogg came to breakfast this morn- ing, and brought for his companion the Galashiels bard, David Thomson, as to a meeting of huz Tivmdale poets. The honest grunter opines with a delightful naeletef Subscribers-only content

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    arrive till about six in the evening. In the course of'the fbrenoon, a's it' was p'roceeding on the road firom Galashiels to Selkirk,'the drivrt, 'whilst'apPlying the whip to the horses, he having previotisly had to hold -on by the box, Subscribers-only content

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    counties, having included Selkirk in them: whereas the increase of population in it is attributed to the ioanutactories established in Galashiels and Selkirk. But it is within the last ten years, that the tendency to diminish the number of hands Subscribers-only content

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    G. Key, Dandee, merchant-Young, Brothers, and Co. Glasgow, manufacturers-J. Miller, Edinburgh, machine maker-J. Yule, jun. Edinborgh, banker-H. Dodds, tilnkulowe, near Galashiels, railway contractor-A. Thomson, sen. Glasgow, music teacher-s. Dick and Co. Glasgow, commission merchants-A. Moody, Glasgow, merchant-J. Young, Glasgow, commission Subscribers-only content

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    Loudon, 1 ; Blantyre, 3, 1 fatal; Tilliconltry, 5, 2 fatal; Hamilton (for 7th, 8th, and 9th), 33, 20 fatal; Galashiels, 2, 1 fatal; Greenock, 7, 4 fatal; Auchinleck, 2 fatal; Riccarton, 15, 4 fatal; Galston, 3, 1 fatal. Total Subscribers-only content

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    1, 7 fatal; Newton, Dalkeitb, 1 fatal; Riccarton, 7; Stow, 3, I fatal- Mauchline, 5, 1 fatal; Galston, 3 fatal; Galashiels, 3 fatal. Total new cases, 65; 27 deaths. WEDNESDAY.-Bethnal green Lunatic Asylum, 8, 2 fatal; White- chapel, 1; Kingseland Subscribers-only content

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    Darlington, 1,' Edinburgh, 5, 1 fatal; Glasgow, 13, 4 fatal; Galston, 3, 2 fatal; Dumfermline, 2 fatal; Greenock, 2 fatal; Galashiels, 2, 1 fatal; Kilmarnock, additional, from 1st inst., 91, 24 faW l; Girvan, 12, 6 fatal; St Quivox, front Subscribers-only content

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    1; Stepney, 1; Kensington, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 1; Glasgow. 14, 9 fatal; Hamilton, 2, 1 fatal; Riccarton, 6, 2 fatal; Galashiels, 4, 3 fatal. Total, 33 new cases; 16 deaths. WEDwnESDA.-Whitechapel, 3 fatal; Bethnal-green Lunatic Asy- leu, 2; Hoxton, 1 Subscribers-only content

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    ditto, for lst inst., 7, 1 fatal; Carmunnock by Glasgow, 10 fatal ; Riccarton, 1 ; Greenock, 1 fatal ; Galashiels, 2, 1 fatal; Pefferside, Whitekirk, Haddington, 2, 1 fatal-Total, 39 new cases; 19 deaths. In the Central Criminal Court Subscribers-only content

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    4th inst., 10, 1 fatal ; Paisley, from the 25th ult., 26, 1S fatal; Greenock, 1 fatal; Riccarton, 1 ; Galashiels, 3; Wish- awtown, 5, 3 fatal; Cambuslang, from the 9th ult., 12, 5 fatal; An- derston, 4, 1 fatal. Subscribers-only content

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    to 13th inst., 28, 13 fatal; East Thurston, Norpeth Union, 1 fatal; Glasgow, 2, 1 fatal; Riccar- ton, 1 fatal; Galashiels, 1 ; Bonhill, from 13th ult., 11, 1 fatal. Total, 48 new cases ; 19 deaths. TssUaSDAY.-Whitectapel, 1 ; Subscribers-only content

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    of the following addi- tional cases : SATUnDAY.-Spitalfields, 1; Limehouse, 2; Edinburgh, 1; Dun- fermline, 7, 4 fatal; Kilbirnie, 1; Galashiels, 1 fatal; Riccarton, 5. Total, 18 new cases 5 deaths. MONDAY.-St Geore's-in-the-East Workhouse, 2; Camberwell, 1 fatal; Sunderland Union, Subscribers-only content

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    and that in several of these places, as in Sunderland, Liverpool, Durham, Hitchin, Gloucester, IKeytisham, Bath, Merthyr Tydvil, Cardiff, Kilbirnie, Galashiels, Kelso, and Dun- dee, the disease has continued to spread. Another fact is declared by these returns of great Subscribers-only content

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    lloa. grocer-D. Sinclair, Inverary.lnnkeeper-W. Baird, Milngavie, wright-A. Mackay, Palreneytown, Wick, ;aithness-shire, leatiher merchant -J. Boyd, Inchyra, Perthshire, wood merehauit-A. Cumming, Galashiels, merchant. Iairlbs. On the 15th inst., at 40 Upper Groevenor street, tbe wife of 3. WaIter, Esq.. K.P. of Subscribers-only content

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    J. Bowler, Crescent, Southwark-bridge road, hat manufacturer-March 14, E. Cocker, Manchester, cotton rumanfacturer. Seotcul fSequestrationus.-H. Macbean, Aberdeen, commission agent-J. Govan, Galashiels, grocer-Margaret Craig, Edinburgh, merchant. Friday, February 22. War-eofice, February 22.-lst Regiment of Life Guards: Lieut. H. D. Streotfeild to Subscribers-only content

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