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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac y mae yn dda genyf gael cyfle i ddyweyd gair am yr Ysgotyn truenus hwn. Ganwyd Mr. Laird yn Greenock; yn 1805, ac addysg'y4 ef -n ysgol y Royal Institution yn Lerpwl. Yr oedd y teithydd enwog i Africa, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ol gorchymyn y Cyngor. * Dywed rhai o'r papyrau Seisnig fod;llestrlfechan, bertitynol i Gynrnu, newydd fod yn dadlwytho yn Greenock, yr hon, er nad yw. ond 125 o dunelli, syuid ynmeddu 22 o berchenogion, yn cynwys dau forwr, lUongadeiladydd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '4biab ai Mthna'so'l Yr ydym erbyn hyn wedi cael cyfle i ymgyd- 1 nabyddu ychydig A theimladau dau neu dri o weinidogion y Goron a phwnc oll-bwysig y rhy c fel, a belyntion y Cyfandir. Ymddangosai fel f pe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ms Mae v scarlet yever wedi ysuddalgos mown gwedd d fygythol yn nghyinydogaethau Manchester. Y Talodd Mr. Stanley yinweiaid a Greenock v Sadwrn eb o'r bldac lie yr airrhydeddwyd of i gerledd gan yr awdurdodau trefol. 'S Ymddengys fed clefyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    points-achos cyffelyb i'r un ddigwyddodd yn Wigan fel y tybir. Boreu Sadwrn diweddaf daeth yr agerlong Penguin, o Liverpool i Greenock, ar draws llwybr y sgwner Idris, o Aberdyfi, yr hon oedd mewn cyftwr peryglus, ar ei thaith o Lerpwl Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1723, 13 March 1724

    Seventh and Twenty-fifth of February laft, in a Caufe wherein Robert Buntyne of Ardock and Thomas Fleming, Mer¬ chants in Greenock, were Plaintiffs, and the Petitioners Defendants; and praying, " That the fame may be " reverfed:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1725, 25 January 1726

    their Counfel, before their Lordftiips, if they think fit. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Sir John Shazu of Greenock Baronet; complaining of an Inter¬ locutory Order of the Two and Twentieth of June 1725, and an Order and Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1725, 22 February 1726

    Dude. Me H. the agr Th din Sir Cu Al Ch eh: PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Sir John Schaw of Greenock Baronet, to the Appeal of Dame Margaret Schaw, alias Hou- Su mo Bil j Schaw. Alfo, the Anfwer of Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1725, 24 February 1726

    January laft, was required to ° " put in her Anfwer to the Appeal of Sir John Schaw •' of Greenock Baronet, on or before the Two and Twen- " tieth Inftant, has negle&ed to put in her Anfwer " Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1725, 24 February 1726

    The Anfwer of Dame Margaret Schazv, Widow oFLany Sir John Houftoun, to the Appeal of Sir John Schaw of "" Greenock Baronet, was this Day brought in. wer. Bills pafled* Dominus Cancellarius declaravit praefens Parliamen- Adjourn. turn continuandunl effe ufque Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1683

    fie befor they goe out of prison. Provest and utheris to Greenock . Appoynts the provest and John Crauford, with Robert Campbell, lait dean of gild, to repair to Greenock and receive the keyes of the storehowssis with the salt,

    Historical preface, 1626-35

    the lords of exchequer on the 8th of that month, the granting to Sir John Shaw of Greenock of a crown charter constituting Greenock a burgh of barony. On the 15th of the month they reported their proceedings to the

    Extracts from the records, 1684

    from the records 1684 9 January 1684. Keyes of the closses at Greenock . Robert Campbell, lait dean of gild, produced the keyes of the two closses at Greenock, with the keyes of the howssis and haill sellaris within the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 19 February 1830, 19 February 1830-19 February 1830

    Answer of Alexander Norman M'Leod Esquire of Harris , to the Petition and Appeal of John Maclellan , Merchant in Greenock , was this Day brought in. Bruce v. Bruce. After hearing Counsel fully in the Cause wherein James Carstairs

    Volume 250, 1724. Classified. Part II, 01 January 1724-31 December 1724

    taking the oaths proceeded. Report N o 4. The method which had been practiced in discharging tobacco at Port Glasgow, Greenock, and other ports. The care taken in the discharge of the tobacco imported into Scotland in the year 1723.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index L - Z

    John, 263 Mrs. Rebecca , 263 Relyante Motor Works Ltd. , 271 Rembrandt (van Rijn), painter, 326 Renfrewshire (Scot.), see Greenock Renger (Rengery): John, 92 Ric, 92 Renny (Bp.), Jas., 131 Repton , Humph., landscape architect, 197, 260, 275, 326

    Index A - K

    Co. , 88 Greenhill : John, 69 Ric., 69 widow, 164 n Wm., 69 -- (fl. 1824), 170 fam., 164 Greenock (Renfrews., Scot.), 80 Greenwich ( Kent , later Lond. ), 12 Chapel Royal, 202, 220 ind., 88 noncf., 296

    West Ham Industries

    with many windows, still survived in 1969 . The later sugar refineries have been at Silvertown . About 1862 the Greenock firm of Duncan, Bell & Scott built Clyde Wharf refinery. 75 James Duncan ( 1834-1905 ), the senior partner,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 13th August 1849

    found ourselves in the Clyde . But the day was very had, with constant squalls, hiding the scenery. We left Greenock to our left, proceeding a little way up Loch Gayle, which opens into Loch Long , & which is

    Tuesday 14th August 1849

    & proceeded up the Clyde , in pouring rain & high wind, & it was very stormy until we passed Greenock . We next passed Port Glasgow, then Dumbarton & Erskine ( Ld Blantyre 's). From here, the river narrows

    Tuesday 17th August 1847

    to the "Fairy" by ½ p. 2 & immediately sat down to luncheon, proceeding back to Greenock , escorted by 19 steamers. Passed through Greenock & went on towards Loch Long , passing Rosneath , on our right, where the

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Wools! Wools! Wools!

    Merchants' and Betailers' Profits, and? are able to offer them at strictly MILL PBICES. YARNS IN 2-OZ. SKEINS:- Super Wheeling, Greenock Fingering, 3, 4, and S-ply, Pearl Twist Fingering, Double Knitting, Best Fingering, 2, 3, 4, and 5-plyi ••• Berlin Subscribers-only content

    Glasgow & South Western Railway

    (Glasgow & South Western Railway) [Railroad companies, Hotels, Packaging, hotel, railway company; hotelier] (JLMW& SOOTH west™ MILWH. )Tg^ Magnificent Public Rooms. For? Tourists and Visitors to the Land of Burns. ^z::^'^^^!; Large and Lofty Bed-rooms. St. Enoch Station Hotef, Subscribers-only content

    A Weekly Newspaper, to be entitled The Edinburgh Weekly Register.

    (In offering to the Public a weekly paper, upon the politics and history of their own times, it is proper to say a few words upon the plan and object of the work.) [Newspaper publishing, Periodical prospectuses] '2 ; Subscribers-only content

    The Edinburgh Star.

    (Notwithstanding the number of Newspapers already circulated in Scotland, it is evident, even to the most superficial observer, that there is still room for one which shall unite early and accurate intelligence with independence of spirit, and originality of Subscribers-only content

 

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