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    Kingston-upon-Hull, stonemason. fietoch Sequesrtrations.-A. Bennett. Friarton, farmer-J. Brand, New Dundyvan, contractor-W. Caudlish, Doon Park, and A. Candlish, Townbeud, farmers-R. Hamilton, Hillhead, Stirlingshire, coal merchint-G. Millar, Edin- burgh, engraver-F. Salmon, Newton, Fothringbam, cattle dealer. * Friday, July 19. War-office, July 19-Sith Subscribers-only content

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    Provost of H3l11 * A n owa Magistrate Of BMllbhad. Fatork ugal, 2 Grosvenor Terraw, E1Il1heaA. ithn Govae. of SoutM Hillhead Jt buing- of Tyrlelf. cad. Andrew Paton. Ba veraltv Avenue, Blilbead, llobert Pobleslon, of Olderlewt Parcl - William Boasei, Subscribers-only content

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    reading on and scarcely looking off the paper. I rather think his. settlement would scatter the people. Lewis Barrack, farmer, Hillhead, said he was thirty- four years of age, and bad been -four years a member of the church. He Subscribers-only content

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    ages respectively being 14 and 18. A boy named James Jamieson was also drowned while skating in a quarry at Hillhead on Saturday. E LECTION NEWS. E.AST Sussex.-A rumour has been current for some clays that Mr. T. Thrassey was Subscribers-only content

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    n into thc cause of the death of a workman and injury to two others through a wall falling at Hillhead, Glasgow, 'a resulted in the apprehension of John *Valls, Victoria 1 Streot Dowan H:ill, on a charco of culpable Subscribers-only content

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    motion was lost by 54 votes to 52. A SCOTCH BILL, Lord BALSOUR having moved the second reading of the Hillhead and Kelvinside (annexation to Glasgow) Bill, The Marquis of TWEEDDALE moved its rejection, Other speakers followed, andi the second Subscribers-only content

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    .............. . 8d. in the pound, Pollokchields East.. 2,' ,, - , - Govo ouil.. 2s. 4d. ,, , " Hillhead ................ :2.. .. 7i/., d. ,, . ,, aiid soon, up to 3s, in'the pound; but to this must Subscribers-only content

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    Parker| Smith (IL) and Sir Charles Tennant (G.). There were eight pollingbooths and twenty-two stations Mfany of the residents in Hillhead and Kelvinside districts voted early. Both candidates visited the various stations during the dav. Between two and three o'clock Subscribers-only content

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    a million of Three per Cent. Stock, redeeniable in thirty years. The money will include the payment of the Partick, Hillhead, and Maryhill Gasvro-rks, recently acquired by the Corporation. The Foreign Office is in communication with -the Russian Government as Subscribers-only content

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    not genius, ani Mr. Robert Brough, -wvho has in this gallery two dashingp and clever pdrtraits_- Mrs. William Pyper of Hillhead" (149) and "The Viscoiintess - Ecombe "-must beware lest his cleverness be- come his stumbling-block. He is a young Subscribers-only content

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    of the lato T. S. aillway, Leeds, to An*ie, daughter of Mr. James Lifhthomn, of Tynemouth, late of Abston. MIAY-1w-ELrsn.-At Hillhead Congregational Church, Glasgow, on September 30th, by the Riev. Alex uowa, 21.A, 6ansuel McLean, Eeconl son of Joseph hay, Subscribers-only content

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    November ord to 8ta.) MAY-MaLLISR.-At Hillhead Congregational Church, Glssgowv, on September 30th, by the Xev. AILb Cowe. MA.A, Samuel McLean, second son of Joseph May, Headingley, to Isabeil Loire, eldest daughter of Andrew Mellish, Hillhead, ilasegew. (At home, 39, Regent Subscribers-only content

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    melancholy anci- dent took place at a new building In Gloucester-street, Kingston, whereby two plasterers named Dancan Jardine, residing at Hillhead, and Robert Dixon, residing in High. street, were suddenly deprived of life, and other two men severely injured, The Subscribers-only content

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    Fop MpN DOWNVj A PIT bi NEAI Aimnzcn.-A dreadful accident took place about m seven o'clock on Saturday morning at Hillhead coal-pit, hi Dear Airdrie. Fout miners, named John' Taylorson, 55 Patrio'k Ashwood, JamesReid, and his son William, who tI Subscribers-only content

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    AIRDaHE. -On Tuesday morning, shortly after six o'clock, a serious ex- plosiece of fire-daimp took place ice No. 2 Pit, Hillhead, miear Celderbacul, in the vicinity of Airdrie. The pit is the proffsrty of the Sort sheevie Iron Compacey, and Subscribers-only content

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    yesterd5Y, four boys were drowned by the breaking of the ite O0 . a pond. Near the same city, at Hillhead, a boy "vo d. drowned while skating. 0 SALVOES of artillery announced yesterdaY t the people of St. Petersburg Subscribers-only content

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    Glasgow John Denear, tishmonzer, Howard-street, Glaegow John Patterson. solicitor Wiselsaw John Gilchrist, farmer, LadhilL 6tirlIngshire James MMrten, sometime grocer, Bank-street, Hillhead, near. t-lasgow _ RAILWAY TRAFFIC RE TURNS. Week 1S78. 167T. loss. Dec, endinm £ e £ g Atbenry . Subscribers-only content

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    THE -GLASGOW BANK. 'IU.; Aiai jUfU W BAIN i. ''LAattOw, Tuesday.i Up to a late hour to-night no mnore of the !imprssoned directors or officials of the iOity of Glasgow Bank have been liberated onbail. it is still . Subscribers-only content

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    illerchllnts, 3Borrow- stolllikess Jamesl Fleling Muillar, clothier, 124 and 120, Inratri-street,f ilasgow hobbert Austin, baker, Lurlzinititmt L'aiidinIss, Great Wetern -read, Hillhead, nislagow Jiames Iastie, pawebroker, Caumbusilne Jeasmes Kinbtch, sen., biout aund shoc, inmaker, IS, West Bridge End, uibnartoen John Logan, Subscribers-only content

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    the Executive to act as tutors, so that the lessons are revised by men in every way uslified for the task. Miss Jaue 6. Macarthur, 4, BoLngho m-treet Hillhead, Glasdow, is thoe kn. jeoletay for the. ooftWondence olamea. .4 . Subscribers-only content

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