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  • * British History Online *

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    Volume 124, September 1-30, 1710, 01 September 1710-30 September 1710

    Another memorial in her favour. Report thereon, unsigned and undated, and copy of the memorial of Alexander Abercromby, Esq., of Glassock, for the same bastardy. 3 pages and 2 halves. Sept. 8. 9 . Report of the Surveyor General (Travers)

    Index, A, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    Abercromby , Alexander, Esq., a Commissioner of the Equivalent, memorial; clxxvii. 3.; clxxix. 12. -, or Abercrombie, Capt. Alexander, of Glassock, claims of, to the estate of a bastard in Aberdeen; cxxi. 37.; cxxii. 65, 69; cxxiv. 8, 16. Aberdeen

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LORP ROBERTS ON PE WET'S SUCCESSES, jONINGS SPRKIT ACTIOIN RUNDLE'S CAMPA IG, ENEMY ATTACK A ,IRtAYSPORT4 TUEBS REPULSED WTU LOSS rUBRENDER OF DE TILLIEBS. lord Roberts novr reports tihe crteumstancea of ib capture of the convoy of the Highland Subscribers-only content

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    - The Victoria Cross l'as been awarded Ma-jor E. J. Phipps-lornhy. Sergeant Charles Parker. (Gunner Isaac Lodge, and Driver fly. Glassock, of Q Battery R.H.A., for conwicuous bravery at K-cornspruit in scving four guns of their battery. Lord Roberts con- Subscribers-only content

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    ecold aot climnb the bank, Engleheart wvent back, under heavy fire, and rescued him from hIis perilous position. lPrivate II. Glassock received thc V.C. for conspicuours bravery at Sanna's Post. Ile belongs to Islington, F Londcn, where he was recently Subscribers-only content

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    -,-t ; I e b:.r~cce, ul and he w as atainI i l_- .rL ,'"lne Lolire. anohnzhr V-( .ad mean-nahi' Glassock - w.-r:.iel curnrale to safet-. The :e -;3.ean Lo come up. ad3s Q.asco k macie r le b r-er- Subscribers-only content

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    wounded. When Major Phipps-Hornby ordered a retirement two guns were got away, and Glassock took two horses to save a third. Both horses were killed, and Glassock was shot in the leg. He made two more attempts, however, which were Subscribers-only content

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