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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lost her life. Between twelve and one o'clock two young women, named Helen Hendersoa and Sarah Salmond, residing in the Overgate, went to Stan. nergate for the purpose of bathing, The girl Salmond, after partially undressing, went into the water, Subscribers-only content

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    with the police in full chase at their heels, They were run down before they had got far up the Overgate, and in- mediately made to accompany the ingenious Mliss Short to the police office, where they were locked up Subscribers-only content

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    a pawn-ticket, datedTuesday, 24th Ieptembneri which: showed that a jlacket and .A iplr of trouners had been 'pawnied in the, Overgate, The police.. officers proceeded at once to the pawn 'office, and obtained the clothes. 'On the, clothes being inspeaead Subscribers-only content

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    Clerk to Mi.. 1c-bc-c-A1c-I~tor, HBohccao 3 l Ic,~AMc-ED J6H`N MIcIDON ALD, Plasterer, eon of Nj'? MICHAEL fc-lc-ji)ON ui l Pcc-cran, Overgate, Duntdee J11 fatherdcic-ee 1th Sptel-enoit. eennrt ih1c-ccI o Scecith. soiioDne, ctal 48 Ott c-a 27thc of Spenict---burc wltl-ethu c-cc-1 Subscribers-only content

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    Ntita Gazette. I ADJVDIC.ATIONS. ROSETr FLETCnER CocemnonT, Overgate, Croft Fatw, L Addlnghain, Yorkshire, farmer. THOMASI BRACE, Clifton Street, Cardiff, grocer. FREDERICE JOIIN STANLEY REMotP, trading at Queen Street and Custom House Street, Cardiff, tailor and outfitter. WILLIAM PRoreruts, Cadoxton-juxta-Barry, Glanorganshire, Subscribers-only content

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    of John Gowan, weaver, Speid's Land, Perth-road. James Knight, about 60 years of age, a seaman, residing in Doig's Entry, Overgate. Robert Bruce, about 15 years of age, son of Peter Bruce, mill overseer, Smithfield. Lilias Urquhart, about 17 years Subscribers-only content

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    of John Gowan, weaver, Spoeid's Land, Pertbh-road. James Knight, about 60 years of age, a seaman, residing in Doig's Entry, Overgate. Robert Bruce, shout 1;5 years of age, son of Peter Bruce, mill overseer, Smithfield. Lilies Urguhart, about 17 years Subscribers-only content

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    to take Possession of ass Estatc. A copy of the Title Deeds will be given. Apply at Mr. Rattray's, 7, Overgate, Dumdee." To this, there is reason to believe, a large saumber of replies was made. From the applicants, oels Subscribers-only content

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    window through which he gained an entrance. The shop of Messrs. John Durham and Son, booksellers and stationers, foot of Overgate, was .also entered. The delinquents had come in by the roof, and, after searching through the shop, succeededin faling Subscribers-only content

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    to be costs in the cause. DUgDEE,.-SEufOUs GAS EXPLOSION.-Shortly afterten o'clock on Friday night, the front of a shop in Overgate, Dundee, was blown out by an explosion of gas, and Eeven persons who wvere passing the place at the Subscribers-only content

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    was seendty Drs. Duncan and Cristie, who considered British cholera the cause of death. A labourer residing in Cricbtoma chose, Overgate, was seized about one o' clock ial Sunday maorning, and died at two in the after- *110001 Dr. Pine Subscribers-only content

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    painful character. Between twelve and one o'clock, two young women, named Helen Hender. son and Sarah Salmond, residing in the Overgate, went to the Steanergate for the purpose of bathing. The girl Salmond, after partially undressing, went into the water, Subscribers-only content

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    Bisect had gone along the HawkhilU. Attle time-about half-past three-Ccnstablo Meldrumn Beveridge, who had been on night duty in the Overgate, met,hiim at the coraer of Yorth Tay-street. Eis wild aLd agitated appearance, coupled with the rqpidity of his move- Subscribers-only content

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    next day to pay for the articles, and to repay the £2. He next called on a shoemaker in the Overgate, and telling a similar story he c obtained a pair of hoots; then he obtained a pound note cc Subscribers-only content

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    next day to pay for the articles, and to repay the £2 He neXt called on a shoemaker in the Overgate, and telling a similar story he obtoined a pair of boots; then he obtained a pound note from the Subscribers-only content

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    William Walkrer, Daladee; Tli:s. Salhar, Fishstrioet, arriedi si alld si children ; Captain Edwards, wvidower, aud live children ; John Peterscll, sixteen years, Strathbuore Hotel, Overgate; narriori marn, supposed to be John Foloy, who wtnu with tho tug on Wplt'ssirT, Subscribers-only content

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    for a groce;. Address W 374, Mercury-offico. IRthstdellmcllou d~an$. W ANTED, JOHN TMcDONALD, Plasterer son of Mieleel W McDonnld, Publinsi, Overgate. Dundee. his father died 13th September, 1879. Comrmunicate with Itobeit Smitb, Solicitor, Dundee, Scoteilid. 1lyAwJTED, " THORESBY'S LEEDS." Address, Subscribers-only content

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    two spassing as husband anda wife. On Sunday morning - they had been drinking in their own house in tile Overgate, along with some other companions, when Jacky and her wife quarrelled, and a desperate scuffle ensued. Jacky was thrown Subscribers-only content

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    7leter. A NEW AtUrlOrlTY FoRt DEATING WITIr DRUNOEO? PRItSONitis.-At the Dundee Police Cotirt on Moll- day, Margatet Dowunfielt or Goodlet Overgate, was charged with being drtiik end disordterly in a house in Overgnte on Sunday afternoon. She pleaded guilty, anti Subscribers-only content

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    America to take possession of an estate. A copy of the title-deeds will be given. Apply at Mri. Rattray'd, 7, Overgate, Dundee." To this, there is reason to believe, a large number of replies was made. From the applicants one Subscribers-only content

 

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