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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOUGLAS, William (?1784-1821), of Almorness, Kirkcudbright.

    easily beaten.[footnote]A week before Douglas was returned for Plympton on the Treby interest in December 1812, Sir James Shaw of Polmadie wrote to Melville:Our friend Douglas who possesses a mind of considerable delicacy is anxious that the baronetcy if possible

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical preface, 1175-1370

    which they had in King David's time, and the bounds which he had granted to them, viz., from Neithan to Polmadie, from Garin to Kelvin, from Loudun to Prenteineth, and from Karnebeth to Karun; and within the whole of that

    Index, M-Z

    a45, a47. Pollok , parish of, 196. Alexand er, treasurer, 242 3. John, a12 13. Thomas, 458. Thomas, treasurer, 433. Polmadie , 11. Polwarth , laird of, 244. Pont , master Robert, 121. Popery , as to suppression of, 164.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 April 1807, 10 April 1807

    fame Place j and to adjourn as they pleafe. A Petition of James Strang, formerly Tenant in Spittal, now in Polmadie, Heir ferved and retoured to the de- ceafed David Strang Dancing-Mafter in Edinburgh, was prefented, and read ; fetting Subscribers-only content

    15 December 1830, 15 December 1830

    of Glasgoiv, and the pre¬ ceptor and patrons of Hutchesoris Hospital, and by or through the lands of Little Govan, Polmadie, Blackfaulds, Shawjield and Rutherglen Green, to Horsecroft, in the parish of Rutherglen, with a Branch from the said conti¬ Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1831, 28 February 1831

    Glas¬ gow, and the preceptor and patrons of Hutcheson's Hospi¬ tal, and by or through the lands of Little Govan, Polmadie, Blackfaulds, Shawfield and Rutherglen Green, to Horse- croft, in the parish of Rutherglen, with a Branch from the said Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1831, 23 June 1831

    Roads leading to and from the Town of Abergavenny, in tal, and by or through the lands of Little Govan, Polmadie, the County of Monmouth, was presented, and read; setting Blackfaulds, Shawfield and Rutherglen Green, to Horse- forth, That considerable Subscribers-only content

    Second report of the Commissioners of Religious Instruction, Scotland., 1837

    which they are entitled by their respective valuations :— Heritors' Names. 1. Hutchison's Hospital 2. Miss Oswald 3. Mr. Steven, Polmadie 4. Trades House 5. City of Glasgow 6. Mr. Spiers 7. Mr. Oswald 8. Sir John Maxwell 9. J)r. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    demolished by the falling wall. The estimated damage is £30,000.-On Saturday night the sawmills of Messrs. Wood and Co., at Polmadie, Glasgow, were burned, the damage being estimated at £61,600. TEE ILtLass os ME. BRADrAsUGE-There was a marked change for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eastern and southern sections of the Caledonian Railway by an engine and two carriages leaving the rails while shunting at Polmadie, near Glasgow. No trace has yet been found of the body of Mr. Michesal Thompson, who was drowned in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to appear on Friday, the 31st ExePnsto AT O tGto Woas.-Yesterday afternon an alaing explosion occurred in the Oxygen Works, Polmadie, Glasgow, causiniggreat damage to property and injuring a workman named William Bow, who ha his lower jaw shattered, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t-e strike is developing. So far as the Caledonian IHaillway is concerned, the strike appears to have canc.cnrated itself at Polmadie, Hamilton, and MIiotherwell, and this mainly in connection with the nmral department. The passenger traffic at t,.- (eotral and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Centre. The vigilance of the pickets at Gushet- e foulds was also considerably reduced, and attention wast turmed mainly to Polmadie Bridge and the vicinity. The ~ signal-station there, and another further we-st, are stilly filled with non-unionists, but are Subscribers-only content

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