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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    raid on Angus in Nithsdale, Maxwell's treachery, & c. (21st25th, Feb)., 81 83; Angus's letters to (22nd), 83; replies from Locharbriggs, 84; to Somerset from Wryssill as to Patrick Colquhoun (6th March), 89; Argyll as to, 95; to Somerset of Subscribers-only content

    Index, W, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    on Angus in Nithsdale, Maxwell's treachery, & c. (21st 25th), 81 83; Angus's letters to (22nd), 83; his reply at Locharbriggs, 84; overthrow reported at Carlisle (23rd), 85, 86; Robert Moffat to, with Scots news (9th March), 93; Grey of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vwith the previous in- f vrarious kinds, will "act mostremedially - -!::ils of social democracy." Wia Wght, aged five, of Locharbriggs, near 1'-;mie- ass Playirg at the rifle butts of the3rd ; r~i~ius Owvn Scottish Borderers, when-a target i-i on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IN'. go DUMtlRIESSHIRE. e we A sad accident, attended by the loss of two lives, sh occurred yesterday at the Locharbriggs Quarry near r Danfries. It appenrs that two men, named Wiiliant pr Dempster andDavid Tweedie, wore, among btahers, ati Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    added to the School of Cookery in that city. On the occasion of the inauguration of a new hall at Locharbriggs, the rival candidates for Dumnfriesshire, Mr. Maxwell and xIKee, appeared on the same platform. The serious dis- pote in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Last week Mr. Watson, stone cutter here, obtained a large block of red sandstone from the low qnarry of Locharbriggs, for tbe purpose of making it into a monument. Whilst busy squaring the stone, a loose layer was removed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burnside, Kirk- mahoe, was returning home in a gig from Dum- fries, the horse which he was driving bolted near Locharbriggs. The vehicle was over- turned, and the unfortunate man sustained such injuries that he died shortly afterwards. Three other Subscribers-only content

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