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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Ministers of Glasgow, 1562-1649

    and of eastern quarter from 1607 to 1627; translated to principal charge about 1616. 1612. William Struthers, A.M., translated from Lenzie by Arch bishop Spottiswood 7th April, and admitted 3rd May; had charge of western district of city and parish

    Index, E-L

    104, 113 5, 554, 116, 634. See also "Stewart." Lenthal, William, speaker of the House of Commons, 411, 599, 503. Lenzie , 631. Leo X. , pope, 53. Leon . See "Lyon." Leper hospital , 40, 59, 549, a22. See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    althOili a reLport to rite contrary has obtaifiid currency. Mr. ,lames Marsltall, late of Trinidad, who died last w(eak at Lenzie, near Glasgow, has bequetlied the rerersian of his estate, estimated at abetsf £30,000., to the Foreign Missiotn Fund of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    protec- tors to be attached to thle soles and heels of boots anid shoes. April 19, 1881. A. AL,. Taylor, Lenzie, Scotland-safety-valve plugs for waterr heaters or boilers. April 21, 1881. Jdhnl Harrlngton, London-tricycle and other velocipeldsi April 29, 1881, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MACHINERY, FITTIN(G8, song G OOD 1W , of the BUSINESS belonging to the Trust Estate of lRoibert Blaird and Co., Lenzie. The First are Manrinfeturers of Undertakers' lenlhitire aslid ir.i nishiigs; 11at, Cost, ant Yaclit loirk; BracletsandSmftll Clitilres, airl have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXCLUSION OF THE IRISH MhlEMBERS. Mr. John Ferguson writes to the Pull AMull Ga:ette as follows, from Benburh House, Lenzie :-Allow me, as ont of the oldest workecs in the Home Rule movemene, to recall at interesting and timely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC) AWUSBMBIITS. GRtND Tsen aTRs oT :IGXTand Dutring.Week, FAMC'U.WS.'MiNSTRlfLS; Jntirely 'New byS n AtghL SleilAfternoc s Performance ~X Perform~7at c Toniht EAST LYNNEa Nexlt Seek. hrsa a 1TO0TA2'lA' I GARPA..IiS, ED ASTON1. A MILITAP-Y BAXD w5MfL&Y,'~ 54Mday) Ansusasoose, Aeinissien Subscribers-only content

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