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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ei-esgobaeth yn yatod y a OdM- 15 mlynedd diweddaf. a hris- .Tra yr oedd yr. exress yu nMyned trwy Maryhill, t F. yn agos i Glasgow, ddyddrLlun.'diweddaf, yn ei i ,rli64 1awn gydyfmdra, - tarawodd ocbr, y peiriant yn Subscribers-only content

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    Konnsingtan, dealer- in surgical instruments-W. A. Bar- toi Coventry, surgeon. SCOTCH S EQUESTRA TIONS. J. Taylor, Arbroath, brewer-Abbott and Co. Maryhill, near Glasgow, coach proprieters-A. Black, storekeeper at Slott's Iron Works, Lanarkshire-R. John- ston, Glasgow, baker. Friday, July 21. WAR-OFFICE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " t. LONGC AitoCH FOR An'rrLnEsY.-The S Battery of the ig 4th Brigade Royal Artillery, which has been stationed at Maryhill, Glasgow, for some time, leaves for Alder- id shot on Tuesday next. The battery, under the Hon. .11 Major Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Coroner Butcher. MURDER AND AlTEMPTED SUICIDE. Yesterday a horrible murder and attempted suicide was enacted at 165, Gairbraid Street, Maryhill, a suburb of Glasgow. John Murphy, upholsterer, while in bed, cut his wife's throat from ear to ear. Eie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAmLo v. Sutessaox ATEtzjrlaa.-Played at Glasgow. Result-Queen's Park 11 goals, SummerTonO. TgMeD LAisARK v. a.vyaiLLx.-Plajed at Glasgow. Result-Third Lanark 9, Maryhill 3. SEALL HRAsa v. BLcasma POer VALE.-This match was played at Coventry Road, before about 2,000 spectare3r. The visitors Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    ALCOCKE, James

    felt far worse. The same James Alcocke was accused by Thomas Jones, a servant employed by Mr. Carpenter of St. Maryhill, of evil practices and that he received from him 30s. as a present.' Initiator of the complaint patient Second

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1483-5

    d ob. 27 Ih esus . The Rentall' in the tyme of Iohn halhed & Rob er t Roucybye. Seynt Maryhill lane. Ioh'n a Bristowe, a chambre by yer, viij s Nasyng es . Ioh'n harris " 28 " "

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