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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kail-yard "1for fear of the rebels." Shiealso recollected perfectly weltlof the rebels enteiringlher father's hen-, house at Cockthill. parish of Kinnell, and when he asked them what they wanted there, they answered-" Nothing. Sir ;" but'all the while they were Subscribers-only content

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    FROUM THE LONDON (jAZETTES. Tuesday, Jul y 28. WAR OFFICE, JULY 28. 71h Dragoon Guards-Assiotart Sorgeon 1. Fox, M.D. from ie 47th loot, to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Stewart, whose ,ppointcrat boos.bcen cancelled. Ist Dragoons-Cornet IR Wardlaw, to be Lieut. Subscribers-only content

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    and T. Thoruley and D. Ashwortb, Pilkington, Lancashire, builiders-1. Rallfa and W. Reeve, Piccadilly, furniture printers--M. Lopez and C MI Kinnell, Fenchurch street, wine merchants-D. and W. H. Bradahaw, and J. and D'. Woodbead, Hadderadild, Yorkshire, cloth merchants-J. and J. Subscribers-only content

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    A GANG OF SWINDLERS. . CAUTION TO MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. Oni Thursday, Mr. Yardley was engaged for several hours at the Thames Police Court, in the investigation of a charge of fraud. The person accused is Henry Devall, a Subscribers-only content

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    QUOITS. I DUDn.tY CALEDONrAN ot WOLVERHAMPTON.- This match was played at Dudley on Monday, June 3, when there ws soene play exhibited on both side:-Goledonian: J. Walker, J. Price, J. Ilampton, J. M'Kinnell, J. Hampton, A. Edwards, W. Allan, Subscribers-only content

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    best Scotch professionals P bave 3earnt their game. Andrew Kirkcaldy is dis- k tinctly in the ruunimr; Willie Park and Kinnell and w Braid will give nothing away; Sandy Herd no one dare prophesy about, for everybody remembers his .72, Subscribers-only content

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    Saunders, Handswnortel; T. G. Benauf, Carlisle. Jack Wtite, Seaford; Andrew Kirkealdy, St. Andrews; Bob Munro, Chislehurst; J, Braid, Romiford; J. Kinnell' Prestwick ; J. Forrester, Earlsferry; Mr. J. E. Laidlay, Hononrable Comnpany; W. t. Gaudin, Bradford; Ben Sayers, North Berwiok; Subscribers-only content

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    ,t , 'INTtLLIGENC E. LEEDS. gAilD BEESTONt DAHLIA SHow.-(On tthe newly formed Holbeck and Beeston H-or_ nd Floral Society, held their first show for the I dahlias and other horticultural and floral pro- tthe house of Mr. S. BlackburnI Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, August 4. BANKRUPTS. e All MO Meetings of Cominmmsioner in MidWdesexar heak al it, d Commissiosners' Court, Basinqhalj Street.. Torndon. it ALLISON George, of Darlington, in the county of Durham, E scrivener, ship owner, to Sur. Subscribers-only content

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    h fislk abitit lore mrirutes Past two o'rl-rlc. i%'ent in by thee kitchen T~ wiidaw. and fountd t Jlio Air Kinnell and a young man named GrePTI In thle inside of the hotdete Saw the btdy (of a female- laid Subscribers-only content

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    TE - =I itFIELI) . TJE HIllFlELD HUlDERS. SBODEXAMINATION OF THE PRISONERS AT DEWSB3URY. SATURDAY, May 29ltd, 1847. The prisoners Patrick Reid and Michael MecCabe, custody on suspicion of being concerned in the murders fi giriield, Were this morning Subscribers-only content

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    him by thiss ame roal. They Went to the ititchan door, found then it fast they went round, and She Kinnell snaw what Greta, tine on nopteew; had before seen. They again went round to the back part He v Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, AfarcA 9. to BANKRUPTS. BRIDGE William Henry, Jun., late of Bracknell, in the county of Herks, now of Warnborough, near Odiham, In the county of Hants, butcher, to sir. March 19, at 12. and April 23, Subscribers-only content

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    D 6338 .a U7ANTIED, an experienced CUTTERt, for a ready~madle and he- boy Wv spoke trade. Aleply to H. Hlo. Kinnell, Clothier, 127, Bricaute, Insa Leeds. D 6312 Ino ~xANTED, a respeetohis TAILOR who Understands the Working cnn. WV ISewing Subscribers-only content

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    I FOREIGN WAND COLONIAL. | AMERICA. Ag [REVTIRae'S EXPRESeS.1 LIVERPOOL, Wedsscsday. The Canadian screw Steamer, _ngl-111,Sa1xon, CatainI Ura- T barn, which sailed from Quebec on the 12th, and called off i Cape Race on the 15th instant, arrived here Subscribers-only content

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    and taking the prisoners' declarations. ' In the forenoon, Dr. G. H. B. M'Leod, of Glasgow, and Dr. Robert M 'Kinnell Duncan, of Maryhill, made a post mortem exami- nation of the body. The only wound discovered was on the Subscribers-only content

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    prisoners' declarations. In the b' 1 forenoon, Dr. G. H. B. M'Leod, of Glasgow, and Dr. HubertQ l' f Ml 'Kinnell Duncan, of Maryhill, made a post aorter exami- Be bnation of the body. The only wound discovered was en Subscribers-only content

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    TO ADVERMTIBM& *ldsds" gnpazistercac sumbes] ramsas OAO a l~icial Ssd5 AN k3wil~ in aasoes to AdttiseljscscnO Lllesugi la' It"'oers ec four ONee So Sacar~per vartiis, aned ie prl-iltwl 015810 5i~Ore ?O AYPI411tsft shololono: in0 as sa ewe 5001£ gsnlGtINAL Subscribers-only content

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    ministers in this district-that of the Rev. Dr. Walker, of Kinnell, near Friockheim-which took place at his residence yesterday at noon. Dr. Walker has been minister of the parish of Kinnell since the year 1813, during which time he has Subscribers-only content

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    TOAVERTIsriRS. rizEPAID ADVE1RTISEM IETS. alert0ioti; uilldcT this fvollowivhtg heads OnlyI1, I - %V.A1( 1NWATNID, APAnRTNIENS' TO nuI LET, N VACANT, FAUtTNERtSIIPS WANTIID, NITIEAT 5 IVANTI, Mosiat `WAxeT1D, P&zvl [ISCEIUtANEOUJ WANTS, Fg A,.Np Oflhri, rphiIsIrs To BE LET ORl SOLD, Subscribers-only content

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