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  • * British History Online *

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    provost, 84 5, 634. William, 541. Lindsay's port , 626. Liners for the burgh , a39, a89. Linhouse . See "Linthouse." Linlithgow , 533, 71, 92, 96, 551, 133, 169, 170, 209, 226, 234 5, 240, 248, 29 5, 583,

    Historical preface, 1638-40

    same month they ordered a dyke, with a port, to be built at the Stockwell head, another dyke from the Linthouse to the custom house, and a port within it, and a third dyke between the bridge and the house

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    every friend of Home Rule, and every enemy of Balfourism, in the constituency." MN~r. John Wilson addressed the electors at Linthouse, last night. Sir John Fender, he said, wished to secure the votes of working men by pormising to send Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UP.-FouRTrl RouND. Vale of Leven 7 v. Grangemouth 1. , Queen's Park 13 v. Aberdeen 1. Third Lanark 2 v. Linthouse 0. PORT VAns -. ROTHERRaAn Tows. - Played at Cobridge, near Burslem. The Valeites lost the toss, and kicked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oln Sulldayl muorlilli last, wvIhen within a few hours of Now York. A terrible accident occurred on the Clyde at Linthouse, near Glasgow, yesterday inornisig. The steamer Daphne Was being- launched at the yard of ICssrs. ALEX. STErPEN r C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the relatives so desired it, removed to what had becn their hormes, The sombre vagons plying to and fro Irom Linthouse to the burglh throughout the entire night formned, perhaps, one of the Iriost meilaucsoly features of the awvful catastrophe. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the launch of the Daphne from the yard of Messrs. Alexander Stephon and Sons, Linthouse, continues the main, and indeed it may be said the only, subject of conversation in the district. Over the com- munity there has been cast Subscribers-only content

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