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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Britton and Co. Leeds, bricklayers- Oxley, Bottosrs, and Co. Bradford, Yorkshire,worsted spin- ners; as far as regards J. Thornton-Carter and Kelty, Victoria road, Pimnliro, dairymen-H. and W. Pelling, Bristol, hair dressers;-BrowAn and May, 14ollaconhbe, Devonshire, cattle dealers-Uliathorne and Linwood, York, Subscribers-only content

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    Leeds, wheel- wrights ; so far as regards F. Baddyrrard T. Ward. ~atakxrapts.-J. Nash rind 'T. Neale, Dorking, Surrey, bankers. [Kelty, Istrrer 'lerople lane.-G. Furtler, Poultry, City', aoetioneer. [Slatlox and Wyatt. Clement's lane, Lombard street.-J. Il1yarn, Mark lane, City, manrifacturing Subscribers-only content

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    and Clacknoannan miners, and expressed hitosel! in favour of the Eight Hence Bill. Last night 'Mr. flirt-eli addressed meetinigs at Kelty and Lassodee, and Provost Donald at Town Hill and PossNýrs TO THEA~tIE-GNmA-h Attorney- IGeneral (Sir Richard Webster) was last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sup~ply of. water f rom Loch arn s o Glagow _ejpioy seyeral - thousasid men.. Y4.aeray" af ternoon a blast was ma~de in the Kelty Tuninel, neari Aberfoyle. A mishap soak place, alnd two maen were ki~ed and three iniured., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    originator and most earnest advocate of the Free Libiary, Hospital, and other popular movements of the town. Drs. Wylie and Kelty were amongst the invited guents, with representatives from the neighbouringu country Couxts. The toasts of the evening, interspersed with Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    Chief Clerk of the Treasury, 111, 585, 787. -, James, 344, 775. -, Richard, 567. Kelso (co. Roxburghe) , 58. Kelty , John, 215, 643. Kelyngs , W., 286. Kemp (Kempt) , Andrew, 222, 646. -, Joseph, 698, 764. Kempthorne

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