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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 May 1830, 21 May 1830

    repairing and maintaining " the Road leading from'BlackquarryToll Bar, by Possil, " to the Bridge across the River Allander at Langbank, " in the Counties of Lanark and Stirling;" to which they desire the Concurrence of this House. The said Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1830, 25 May 1830

    maintaining the Road leading from " Blackquarry Toll Bar, by Possil, to the Bridge across " the River Allander at Langbank, in the Counties of " Lanark and Stirling." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Consideration of Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1830, 26 May 1830

    maintaining the Road leading from Blackquarry " Toll Bar, by Fossil, to the Bridge across the River " Allander at Langbank, in the Counties of Lanark and " Stirling," was committed ; "That they had considered " the said Bill, Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1830, 27 May 1830

    repairing and maintaining the Road leading from Blackquarry Toll Bar, by Fossil, to the Bridge across the River Allander at Langbank, in the Counties of Lanark and Stirling." The Question was put, " Whether this Bill, with the " Amendments, Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1830, 3 June 1830

    maintaining the Road leading from Blackquarry " Toll Bar, by Fossil, to the Bridge across the River " Allander, at Langbank, in the Counties of Lanark and " Stirling ;" and to acquaint this House, That they have agreed to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Clyde from Campbelton, she ran foul of the Clyde Trustees' steam dredger, No. 6, near the Garmoyle Light, off Langbank, cutting her open to such an extent that she sunk in about ten minutes. The crew saved themselves by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of leech Conservatives, however, the promoters thought discretion the better part of valour, and declined to submit a resolution, At Langbank, near Port Glasgow, a boy, named Nathan Valiance, p4eked up what turned out to be a detonator, or fog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Two goods trains were proceeding to Greenock, the one from Glasgow, the other from Perth. The latter arrived first at Langbank, and was being "shun- ted," when the other -the driver of which neglected a signal made to him to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there were a number of pas'fengers to got in, and accommodation found for them, other flve mninutes were lost. Between Langbank and Bishopton sta- tions there is a considerable incline for about three miles, and up this inclined plane, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kilmarnook jAyr - Wemyss Bay, leave Inverkip 1 C2j Ravenacraig j Upper Greenock 1 Greenock, leave j Port Glasgow 1 Langbank | Bihhopton 1 Houston Paisley r Glasgow (South I side) I Rutherglen : Carmyle - Mount Vernon Baillieston | Subscribers-only content

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