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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddyddiau yn; ol cyrerodd sg vlchiadaupur gynhyrfus le ye Logan, t;ale Co., Utth, pryd y syrthiodd tri ofywydau i'w beddanu e anainserol. Tua phedair blyneda ye ol, stethodd bacigenyn o'r enw Charle Benson, o bump i cblweeb at hpesin oed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn parotoi ar ei gyfer. Y mae y fasnach wedi darfod yn gwbi ymron yn y trefi canlynol: Nelsonville, Athens, Logan, Ripley, Lebanon, Liesburg, Georgetown, Man- chester, Washington, New Vienna, Blandches- ter, Lancaster, a Cedarville. Cauwyd yn y manau hyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B IRKENHEAD. DAMWEINIAU.-Dydd Sadwrn, y 9fed eyfisol, fel yr oedd dyn o'r enw George Jones, 22 ced, yr hwn oedd yn preswylio ys Kent Place, o Conway-street, wrth ei waith, gyda nifer o ddynion eraill, yn paentio t6 gorsaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,; au. 1> L ,; > ^ IeIZDD-:<-~Q g-Oi$;'a -1Ut Dehnaa -- G~et~ ynso' ,ui mU -;r buiman yn yflwyddyn.; Logan 'd1wd'ayn ol 6ry t~~~~~~~ay. z iif Y:. S'' :2 0 'I ddau -~nra4uP%.C-. t 9 = ffi~o.I. "ydg Xe~lWyr" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pugh, Jones & Co., Pwllheli a'r Canghenau. Derbyniadau y Gymdeithas yn agos i ugain mil o bunau yn y fiwyddyn. Logan a dalwyd yn ol 6 y can. Gellir rhoddi arian i fewn bob dydd. Fob manylianiwr caltrwvyymofyn A'r ysgrifenydd Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Church Langton

    1898 Logan erected a cottage home for the children of men permanently injured on public works, with preference for the employees of Logan & Hemingway. 21 The cottage home is now a private house called Dean Cottage . Logan was

    Index K-Z

    Government Board , Lodbrok , de, Joan, John, Wm., Loddington , Loddington ( Northants .) , Logan , J. W. , n , Logan and Hemingway , Messrs., Lokington , Beatrice de, London , Chamberlain of, Charterhouse, Lord Mayor and

    Parishes Little Tew Little Tew , 1742

    ; CP 25(2)/196/ Mich. 14 & 15 Eliz. , no. 10; PROB 11/86 ( P.C.C. Scott 71); G. Logan Home , Hist. Logan Fam . ( 1936 ), 210-12. P.R.O., PROB 11/297 ( P.C.C. Nabbs 12); CP 25(2)/ 473/ Mich.

    Index A - Z

    Street; Wilkinson; Wilson , Jas artists , designers, engravers, and sculptors, see Brooke , Donald; Buck ; Gibbons; Gill ; Logan Ashcombe , Ric., 40 n , 49, 143, 165-8, 202-3, 213 Ashfield : Edw., 86 Hannah , 109 Hen.,

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    104, 109 n , 169, 189-90, 193, 195, 228, 258 W. E. G., 65 W. J., 65 fam., 182, 195 Logan , Wm., 89 Logor , monk of Glastonbury , 212 Logworesbeorh , see Montacute Lollardy , 33 London ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 January 1740, 20 January 1741

    into a &quot; Stewart may be permuted to enter into a Recogni- Recognizance &quot; zance for Mary Logan and her Husband, on accountfor Logan &quot; of their Appeal depending in this Houfe ; they being a&quot;&apos; &quot; in Scotland:&quot; It Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1781, 26 March 1781

    be deemed good Service. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Ha- Hamilton milton oi Sundrum, and Hugh Logan oi Logan, Efquires, a&quot;dLj?gnoug- complaining of Three Interlocutors of the Lords of its! - Seffion in Scotland, of the 6th Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1800, 3 February 1800

    Efquire, of Balmaghie, Robert Vans Agnew Efquire, of Steuchan, Thomas Hammer/ley, Banker in London, the Reverend Doflor James Muirhead, of Logan, and John Bußby Sherriff Clerk of Dumfrießire, Truftees, named and appointed by James Murray, of Broughton, Efquire, deceafed ; Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1802, 17 February 1802

    Gordon of Balmaghie, Robert Vans Agnew Efquire, of Stenchan, Thomas Hammerfley, Banker in London, the Reverend Doäor James Muirhead of Logan, and John Bufhby, Sheriff Clerk of Dumfriejhire, Truftees named and appointed by James Murray, of Broughfon, Efquire, deceafed; complaining Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1802, 13 December 1802

    Robert Vans Agnew Efquire, of Sheuchan, StottsetaU Thomas Hammerfley, Banker in London, and the Reve¬ rend Doctor James Muirhead, of Logan, Truftees named and appointed by James Murray Efquire, of Broughton, deceafed ; complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lord Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARNSEW, William I (bef.1534-88), of Bokelly in St. Kew, Cornw.

    insufficient money to pay the workmen. No silver was found at Treworthen, but Carnsew found copper at St. Just and Logan, where early high yields facilitated the raising of capital for development.[footnote]Apart from his mining activities, what we know of

    MCDOUALL, Andrew (1758-1834), of Culgroat, Wigtown.

    gentleman of very considerable fortune in Galloway’.[footnote] At the general election of 1784 Andrew and William conditionally gave the combined Logan and Garthland family interests in Wigtownshire to Keith Stewart who, on being appointed receiver of the land tax, fulfilled

 

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