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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 24 November 1830, 24 November 1830-24 November 1830

    Spinning and Manufacturing Company carrying on Business in Glasgow and Gorbals , some Time under the Firm of Alexander M'Kerlie , and some Time under the Firm of the Gorbals Spinning Company, put in to the said Appeal; and due

    Extracts from the records, 1665

    of Gorbals . John Herbertsone elected bailie of Gorbals. Procurator fiscal . Mr. John Herbertsonne continued procurator fiscal. ] Guards . Recommends to the deane of gild to caus provyd some mein to furnish coalles to the guardis. Charter, Gorbals,

    Index of persons

    82, 189, 195, 202, 229, 238, 242; bailie, 123, 125, 139; bailie of Gorbals, 191, 227; merchant, 225; treasurer, 97. John, bailie, 42, 50, 97; bailie of Gorbals, 6, 17; parson of Roxburgh, 351; tailor, 41. William, tailor, 449, 450;

    Index to records

    landward to be sold in open market, 91, 251; ladle duty on, 187, 251; maltmen in Gorbals to present, to market, 377. See Gorbals. Maltmen , gratis burgesses entering with, to pay extra dues, 20; act as to measuring bear

    Extracts from the records, 1669

    of rough tallow, 40 s.; troy stone of well made candle, 48 s. ] Bailie of Gorbals . [John Wallace, maltman, chosen bailie of Gorbals. ] Procurator fiscal . [John Grahame elected procurator fiscal of the burgh. ] Ratificatioune .

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 April 1797, 10 April 1797

    1797, Heifch and Maue's Na¬ turalization Bill. *( Gorbals of Glafgow to Floak Bridge and Eafler Grange " in the County of Renfrew, and other Roads in the " faid County, and for making and repairing certain " other Roads Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1797, 27 April 1797

    Reign, and in the Twenty-ninth and Thirty-fecond Years of His prefent Majefty's Reign, for making and repairing the Roads from Gorbals of Glafgow to Floakbridge and Eajler Grange, in the County of Renfrew, and other Roads in the faid County Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1797, 27 April 1797

    and in the Twenty- ninth and Thirty-fecond Years of His prefent Majefty's Reign, for making and repairing the Roads from Gorbals oiGlafgow to Floakbridge and Eafier Grange', in the County of Renfrew, and other Roads in the faid County; and Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1797, 3 May 1797

    Houfe of Lords. 273 * Roads From Gorbals, of Glafgoii; to Floak JSridge and " Eafler Grange, in the County of Renfrew, and other ** Roads in the faid County, and for making and re- *' pairing certain other Roads Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1797, 3 May 1797

    in the Twenty-ninth and Thirty-fecond " Years of His prefent Majefty's Reign, for making " and repairing the Roads from Gorbals of Glafgow to Floak Bridge and Eafler Grange, in the County of Renfrew; and other Roads in the faid Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thot vhic!,, in the first instance, he treated as a light On the 2Rd ailt. *ftr Alt -ander Campbell, at Gorbals, Glasgow, aged 65. Hte W Ot ela o st brtthe, of tOe ci aelarated Thomas Campbelt, the Poet. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    restore life in vain. An atrocious case of assault and rape occurred on Saturday night, in the main street of Gorbals. A girl named Gallocher, who gained a livelihood by selling onions, &c. was acquainted with two noea, one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oncs ifl tic could swalkW the serjeintAt lbaleftaiit all. And that's what I like. And it a Felix ii the Gorbals that 'ud sarve your honour, if you'd only keep the re cilf off mis back.' "''Tis what I shall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and other gentlenren, spoke to the people, till further outrage was prevented.-Glasgow Chronicle. GORSALS COOLERA.-A young woman, residing ii the Gorbals, becan ie suddenly unwell Jast -week, when her companions instantly raised tl ie alarm, " Cholera! Cholera i" The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the result may be anticipated without difficulty. THE GLASGOW MEETING. A crowded meeting was held in the Baronial Hall, Gorbals, Glasgow, on Friday night, the 5th instant, to take into consideration the propriety of petioloniug arliam ent in favour Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Land registers: memorandum., 1881

    which it has not been possible to enter in the Index by any better distinctive title than ' Tenement in Gorbals . ' From the operation of these various causes, the Index of Places was found very difficult and tedious Subscribers-only content

    Land registers: memorandum., 1881

    of entries in the Index of Places for " Tenements in Gorbals . " It must be kept in view that in posting any entry affecting any property in Gorbals , every one of these numerous entries must be examined, Subscribers-only content

    Land registers: memorandum., 1881

    is particularly the case in urban subjects, where hundreds of tenements are, for example, simply described as " Tenements in Gorbals . " Again, descriptions of lands frequently contain a number of different names, which often vary in then.* spelling, Subscribers-only content

    Autobiography ... with a selection of his papers on the antiquities of old Glasgow., 1865

    trates of Glasgow , on the 26th of March, 1783 , made choice of Mr David Allison , schoolmaster in Gorbals , and lately from Beith , to be one of the masters of the Grammar School of Glasgow , Subscribers-only content

    Autobiography ... with a selection of his papers on the antiquities of old Glasgow., 1865

    female lines) can enumerate amongst its members various Deacons , Deacon-Conveners, Visitors, Deans of Guild, Treasurers, Bailies of Glasgow and Gorbals , and Lord Provosts of the City of Glasgow . Setting aside our family relatives, Glasgow has now residing Subscribers-only content

 

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