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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    dark bay, Harmonius. The Produce Cup was wvon by the seven-year-old bay gelding Passimist, of Mr. George Jaraine; Finlay- stone, Longbank. THE JUMPING. At one o'clock the enclosure was c!eared for the jumping, and from the gates were thr own Subscribers-only content

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    years, a shawl printer by trade, and a native of Beddington-corner, near Croydon, Surrey. Some eight months ago, while at Longbank, on the banks of the Coine, about fifteen miles from London, an illegitimate child was born to him, and, Subscribers-only content

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    ever recorded as a member of the Hebdomadai Band. " Ha..i_iom__y Rkwawjbd."- Ou Monday, aft s~rth Shields. Sarah Bower, of Longbank, wu coming out of a baker's shop fa the market-place, at about 3 p.m., aud picked np three 5/. Subscribers-only content

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    considering it a great and useful implement as a butter-making machine. Thomas D. R. Rolch, Drumlanford-house, Ayrshire ; Peter Murdock, Longbank, Renfrewshire; G. W. Duncan, Brad- well, Stony Stratford ; Joseph Peers, Piasnewydd, Denbighshire." It is most remarkable that this Subscribers-only content

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    toddy, " is't true what old Corbet tould me just now - that there's been a murder up in the Longbank wood, and that the man's body was got this afternoon ?" "A man's body has been got," replied the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 May 1795, 1 May 1795

    or near Lawmuir, to the Town of Old Kilpatrick, beginning at the Bridge acrofs the Allander, on the Road from Longbank Farm, by Bal- mulie Bridge, to Glafgow on the Eaft, and ending at the faid Town of Old Kilpatrick Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1795, 8 May 1795

    near Lawmuir, to the Town of Old Kilpatrick, be¬ ginning at the Bridge acrofs the Allander, on the Road from Longbank Farm, by Balmulie Bridge to Glafgow on the Eaft, and ending at the faid Town of Old Kilpatrick on Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1795, 11 May 1795

    Lawmuir, to " the Town of Old Kilpatrick, beginning at the Bridge " acrofs the Allander, on the Road from Longbank " Farm, by Balmulie Bridge to Glafgow on the Eaft, " and ending at the faid Town of Old Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1795, 19 May 1795

    near Law- muir, to the Town of Old Kilpatrick, beginning at the Bridge acrofs the Allander, on the Road from. Longbank Farm, by Balmulie Bridge, to Glafgow on the Eaft, and ending at the faid Town of Old Kilpatrick on Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1795, 19 May 1795

    near Lawmuir. to the Town of Old Kilpatrick, beginning at the Bridge acrofs the Al- lander, on the Road from Longbank Farm, by Bal- mulie Bridge, to Glafgow on the Eaft, and ending at the faid Town of Old Kilpatrick Subscribers-only content

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