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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cornet, by 15th Light Dragssons-ient. J'. Brett to be Capt. without pur- chase, vice Chambers, deceased; Cornet 3. L. S. Lumsdaine to be 1st or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards-Ensign W. E. H. Yere, from the 49th Foot, to be Subscribers-only content

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    Dragoons-To be Cornets, without purchase-Cornet E. Colston, from the 4th Light Dragoons, vice Bernard, deceased; H- J. 'Wale, Gent. vice Lumsdaine, promoted. 10th Foot-Lieut. S. C. C. Galloway to be Adjutant, vice Lysaght, who resigns the Adjutancy only. 22nd Foot-To Subscribers-only content

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    W. Mason, W. Thomas, W. S. Thomas. W. S. Stanhope, - Edwards, G. Howard, E. W. Whately, F. G. Sandys- Lumsdaine, - Laine, and T. H. Hunt, commoners of Christchurch. CaMsRaDGnE, JAN, 26.-CnAVaNwSOHOLAoSrHPS.- Candidates for these scholarships are desired toattend Subscribers-only content

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    Lieu- tenant Jopp, assistant field engineer; Major Mignion, Lieutenant Hemmel, and Lieutenant Mortimer, commissariat department; and Dr Martyn and Dr Lumsdaine, medical officers. The party were expecting to leave Aden on the 29th for Massowah. The principal objects are: 1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    powerful "cast." There could be teein Miss Genevieve Ward, Dr. Dabbed, Mrs. Dlabbe, and a dramatic visitor, a Mr. John Lumsdaine, together with a young lady, Miss Ethel Goddard, and this powerful dramatic company were engaged-in what? They were reading Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Twenty-Third Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    - 3 56 16 4^6- j 45 9 5 1 151 19 9 42 160 6 »A 9 '5- James Lumsdaine - Cupar - Fife and Kinrofs - f Cupar.Dunfermline.Inverkeithing,^ Burntisland, Kinghorne, Kirkaldy, f j Leven, Elly, Anstruther, Falkland, f Subscribers-only content

    Thirty-Sixth Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 27 June 1798

    11 23 35 2 2 13. Hugh Leflie - Dornock 86 11 7 8 12 13 466 —- H- James Lumsdaine - Cupar - 4>77i H 9 477 3 — 113 8 7 12 »5- Duncan M'Callum - Cambeltown - Subscribers-only content

    Table of contents, 26 January 1787

    Oudh i,1018 Proposal for restoring the wazir i,225-7 Complaints against Bristow i,233-5 i,238,241 Rana of Gualior ii,255 Claims of J. Lumsdaine and W. Alston for contingent allowances i,257-9,1026-7 Agreement with the wazir i,l029-30 Troops i,314-5 Cancelling bonds ii,294,315 Debt due Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1786, 16 March 1786

    the fame Time. Ordered^ That Captain Leonard Jacques do attend the faid Committee, at the fame Time. Ordered, That Major Lumsdaine do attend the faid Committee, at the fame Time. Ordered, That James Fraser, Efquire, do attend the faid Committee, Subscribers-only content

    4 April 1786, 4 April 1786

    fail to affift him; and that his Rebellion " againft Government is not looked on as a Crime:" And Mr. Lumsdaine declared it "as his clear Opi- " nion, that the allowing the faid Rajah a Peniion, " fuitable to Subscribers-only content

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