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  • * British History Online *

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    Lists of Royal Commissioners, moderators and clerks

    James Finlayson, Edinburgh 1803, Dr Gilbert Gerard, Professor of Divinity, Aberdeen 1804, Dr John Inglis, Edinburgh 1805, Dr George Hamilton, Gladsmuir 1806, Dr William Taylor, jun., Glasgow 1807, Dr James Sheriffs, Aberdeen 1808, Dr Andrew Grant, Kilmarnock 1809, Dr Francis

    Acts, 1796

    Hounourable the Lord Advacate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Haddington, Mr Hugh Cunnungham at Tranent, Mr George Hamilton at Gladsmuir, Mr George Murry at North Berwick, minister; the Most Honourable George Marquis of Tweeddale, ruling elder. From the burgh

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    52;. 6d,; No.3, B1..i 6d; Carron, ditto. 4; No. 1, 55i.; Enocingelly, ditto, 2; No. L 51a.; No. 3, 50m.; Gladsmuir, ,dltto, 1- No. 1, 55-,; No. 3, 549,: Lamphinaus, ditto, 1, tig-; No. 3, 50a.; Forth, 3; No, 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Humphrey us Bolton Bell, Mr. Hutchinson's Clyde Spray, Mr. Hyde us Young Fullerton. Mr. Ingram's Cagliostro, Sir R. Jardine's Gladsmuir, Mr. JeweU'slaark Speck, Mr. Jones's Jolly Colleet, Mr. Landes's Lord Bserte, Captain Mc~alciont Ds Sir Sankey, Mr. ILarest' Mad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L.TEST WATERLOO CUP BETRTG. Mr. G. F. Fawcett called over the card last night, at the Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool. and during the evening Colnnel North announced that should either of his dogs' comne against Fullerton they will be drawn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BETTING ON THE WATERLOO CUP. After the drawhad taken place at the Adelphi HoteI, Liverpool, last night, Mr. ]rscc presided over a party of about eighty to a capital dinner, and during the even- ing tbe chairmane announced that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spins, his trial wfih Woodcote Green being very smartly run. Silver City, after beating Bodiere, just plilled through V. aaii~snt Gladsmuir ; and Jim o' the Hill. although he 0 once looked like getting beaton by Great Bear, camev spnand Subscribers-only content

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