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  • * British History Online * *

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    6, for "Evens" read "Evans." " 354, 8 lines from end, for "Lossmore" read "Lessmore." " 372, line 13, for "Partick" read "Patrick." " 377, line 18, for "Theoder" read "Theodor." " 528, line 2, for "(1702)" read "(1703)." The Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, Supplementary documents

    miller of the milne of Partick, now in the tounis handis, beiring in effect that the said James King, as miller foirsaid, sould big and lay in the dam of the said milne of Partick vpon his awin chairgis and

    Extracts from the records, 1687

    May nixt, and to take with him four persones such as he thinks meitt. Partick bridge . Appoints th e dean of gild to sight Partick bridge and to see what is needfull to be repaired therof, and to cause

    Extracts from the records, 1686

    at the new mylne of Partick, 1686 . Anent the petition given in to the magistrats and toune counsell of the said burgh be John Hutchisone, sone to George Hutchisone, mylner at new mylne of Partick, mentioning that quher his

    Extracts from the records, 1659

    Glasgow, Calder, and Partick briges . Recommendis to the deane of gild to speak to the justice of peice anent the reparatioune of Calder brige, and to caus repair the tounes great brige and brige of Partick, and to speak

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spirit dealer- W. Forrest, Greenock, draper-A. Corstorphine, Kiegsbarns, Fifeshire, baoker-R. Jackson, Glasgow, bookseller-T. Kin. non, Rutherglen, merchant-J. and J. Craig, Partick, builders. Froctay, July 29. PARTNERSHIPS oilSOLVED. T. Parsons and G. Cowdell, Leicester, chemists-J. and G. Dixon, Heenley-upsn-Tbames, innhslders-T. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MI SCELLANEOUS. - - I I . . NEW WELSH CHuRCH.-A new Welsh church was on Sunday opened in Aldersgate street, contiguous to the General Post Office. HACKNEY CARRIAGES.-The number of licenses for hackney carriages at present in use Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tsurc-These teams met on the ground of tbe-latter. The Vale of Leven began to press, and within twentyminutes scored twice. Partick, smarting from the loss, played hard, scoring twice. The teams crossed over, and equal play followed, the ball travelling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trs-rsa--Played at Ibros, Glasgow. The Rangers scored first, but the Partick Thistle soon equalised. The Partick Thistle put on three other goals, while the Rangers only scored another one, Partick winning by 4 goals to 2. CAuszwAY GREsE VILrA V. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liolira, Otaryhill, Manchester, Middlesbro', Merthyr, Motherweli, Mountain Ash, Mlacclesfield, ews t-e~Ty)ne, Nottingham. Newport, Neath, Norwich, Northampton, Neelsen, 3 Oxford, Oldhsam, Partick, Pontypool, Portsee, Preston, Peniarth, Holberhama, Bugby, Rteading, Ruthergien, Scarhoro', Sheffield, Sunderland, Stockton (North and Souh Stirling, Snuthhauik. SwneSuhipton Sonchoa.a Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Opinions of the press on Indian teas

    [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Tea trade, Advertisements, Tea and coffee merchants] The IiKliaii Tea Bazaar-1'^7 DiLM iU\0< li KOAO,? The liidiau Tea Bazaar-US xVKW €ITy BOAD, The Indian Tea Bazaar— 3«: BinillSABTOV B4>AI>, PARTH'K.? The Indian Tea Bazaar— 69 UldU Subscribers-only content


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