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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the accounts, 1660-62

    Witsonday 1661 to Witsonday 1662, 36 li. Item, with the sowme fallowing receavit be him frae Johne Lindsay and Thomas Lunning for the maill of the walk mylne set to them frae Witsonday 1661 to Witsonday 1662, 102 li. Item,

    Extracts from the records, 1661

    him at parliament, and for what he had deburst to William Braidie for defending the proces against ( blank ) Lunning, and for debursing for the tounes eque the space of thrie yeares, extending in haill to eight hundreth four

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADE OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. _ ,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I J~~~~-IRAssT~NGsEAM, Friday Evening. 3 I A .91,0TtI' improvement is apparent inl the condition of I trade this week-. W~ork lies been genenellyssasitnied within thet last few-I days inl most of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I{.R.H. (Skelton) diet not pass time pos5t.-Blettieug: ltd he 10 (ci first 3 to 1) on Prodigal.-Prodlgal neado all cthe Lunning, end passed the poet atono. l{.1t.H. rofonsed time last fllight of hurdles, Tite c-it) ear wras list sold, - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - . NEW BOORS. ON E-VOLUME NOVEILS. F-The Beautiful Soul," by Florence Marryab (Digby, Long, and Co.) is the story of a womaD of fortune. She was thirty-five, and although, as the author says, " no face can be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    equity, and reason, and the other side refuses to meet ridiculous claims by an argument of reason and fact." The Lunning loTa says the United States will sustain no Ioss of dignity if they recede from the consequential claims. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ss~TrDXn L. cA"FiZoR7XLD) entered the crOWn Can't sttenart tideo Lunning, and xrn&the boat. ,r," i ~ a ,., OT x Li.J.7tt ,,.fl nnrl a, -7 u r, alvc:2'0 II,- ~ '± 3fa l ' . ..ltll1I, - asp Iii. p~-L11u- Subscribers-only content

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