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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,264,664 persons have visited the Glasgow Exhibition. The farmsteading of Hillhall, near Craigellaobie, l was early on WedxesdLy morning destroyed by fire, and 1 21 head of cattle perished. . A movement is on foot to obtain the Woleeley Park Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pleasure in re- cording, that the Marquis of Hertford, with his accustomed generosity, has presented to the Presbyterian Congregation of Hillhall, a donation of £50, to aid in the liquidation of a debt incurred by the recent erelargement of their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEATH.-01 Tuesday the 22d inst. as Mr. 'Richaid Murdoch was descending a light of stairs in his own residence at Hillhall, his foot accidentally slipped, and he was precipitated on the -floor. His neck having been dislocated by the fall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Philips, Lisburn do do towntarnd of Derriaghy 10 23 Ewd. Alderdice, Derriaghy do do do 10 24, Rev. S. Duoilop, Hillhall do do do lo, 25 Michael Hamill, The Falls Land, do towniand of Ballycollip 10 .26 Hugh Clarke, Aghialislone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26th inst. Mr. Robert Hunter, eldest son lf the tate H-lenry Hunterof Hillhall, to Miss Ann Campbell, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert CGApllyell, Linatrunk, near Lisburn. Onl the 25th inst. by the Rev. John Scott Porter, at the house of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 February 1834, 14 February 1834

    reading the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Hamilton Montgomerie M'Neill Hamilton Esquire, of Raplock, and ch^nceilo William Malcolm Esquire, of Hillhall, Lisburn; complain- et ^ ing of Three Interlocutors of the Lords of Session in Scotland, of the Second Division, Subscribers-only content

    12 April 1834, 12 April 1834

    ¦ -¦ -w m t Ihjh ' V 1 A / * I'll 1 V ¦ William Malcolm Esquire, of Hillhall, Lisburn. Ld. Graves v. Fisher. Dame J. Job- son & anor v. Ker & anor. After hearing Counsel fully Subscribers-only content

    Fourth report of the commissioners of Irish Education Inquiry. Dated Dublin, 27th January 1827., 1826

    David Longmoor, Martin M' Dowel, James Mayne, Joseph Thomas, Alexander M'llwain, John Edgar, Tassah, Ballicopland, Donegal, Lisbellaw, Drogheda, Gannoney's Grove, Hillhall, Lecomper, Dungannon, Newton Hamilton, Drumbanagher, Coothill, Tyrone's Ditches, Caledon, Gik'j.hirk, Castleblaney, Creeve, Balliroshane, Dunbo, Balliblack, County Armagh. Donaghadee, Down. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    Graiuhaw, 5,415. Greonlaw, 6,091. Greenock, 4,888. Had- dington, 4^70. 11,984. Hay*, 6,904. Half Morton, 4,374. Halkirk, 1,194. Ha wick, 11,282. Hillhall, 16,480, Hillsborough, 11,272, Hoddam, 3,044. Hoiywood, 3,032. Houndwood, 7,O00.«— — Inch, 8,201. Inner- wick, 8,900. lnverkeillor, 2,663. Invorkip, 6,411. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    High&m, 8,879. Higham Ferrers, 4,895. Higham Gobion, 7,986. High House, 10,526. Higham on the HilL 6,820. Highworth, 1,137. Hill, 4,201. Hillhall, 8,029. Hilperton, 2,628. Hilton, 2,492. 10,998. Hilton Melcombe, Honey, 1,160. Himley, 4,168. Hinchliffe Mill, 694. Hinstock, 6,803. Hinton, Little, Subscribers-only content

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