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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHOCKING FATALITY NEAR DUNDEE. At a late hour last night as John Heron, signal- man at Craigie Cabin, on the Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway, was leaving duty, he noticed some- thing lying across the up line in the Subscribers-only content

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    A MONSON FIASCO. I HE FAILS TO KEEP HIS LECTURE ENGAGEMENT. Mr Monson, who was advertised to lecture at Prince's Hall, Piccadilly, London, on Saturday afternoon, sent a telegram shortly befoie the open- ing of the hall stating that Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE MILLWORKBRS* WAGES. MASS MEETINGS IN BARRACK PARK. EMPLOYERS' ACTION CRITICISED. Last night two meetings of Dundee mill and fac- tory operatives were held in Barrack Park, Dun- dee, in reference to the wages question. Both meetings were arranged Subscribers-only content

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    Mary, Executors of the late, Edin- burgh Carruthers, Janet, 4. York-place, Dumfries Cassels, James, vatchmaker, Lanark Chalmers, David, paper manufacturer, Redhall, Slateford, near Edinburgh Chalmers, Miss Janet, Breezybrae, Merchiston, Edinburgh Chalmers, Joseph. 17 Hope Park-ter., Edinburgh Chalmers, Mrs Karheriue Jane, Subscribers-only content

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    ; and Mrs Margaret Glen Forgie or Caughie his wife, The Trustees under marriage contract between Chalmers, David, paper manufacturer, Redhall, Slateford, near Edinburgh Chalmers, Miss Janet, Breezybrae, Merchiston, Edinburgh Chalmers, Joseph, 17 Hope Park-ter., Edinburgh Chalmers, Mrs Katherine Jane, Subscribers-only content

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    2008- Blackadder, R , 20, Bank-street, Dundee IO.ftOO 2000- Campbell, D., 126, St Vincent-street .. 10,000 2UOO -Chalmers, David, papermaker, Redhall .. 10,000 2000- Cunningham, Jas., merchant, Langholm.. lO.oon 2000 -((Fleming. James N., Glasgow ... „ 10,000 200J- Uillespie, John, Subscribers-only content

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    ; aud Mrs Margaret Glen Forgie or Caughie his wife, The Trustees under marriage contract between Chalmers, David, paper manufacturer, Redhall, Slateford, near Edinburgh Chalmers, Miss Janet, Breezybrae, Merchiston, Edinburgh Chalmers, Joseph. 17 Hone Park-ter., Edinburgh Chalmers, Mrs Katherine Jane, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of W instanlcj', Esq 1742 John Blackburn, of Orford, Esq 1743 Robert Radcliffe, of Foxdenton, Esq 1744 Daniel Willis, of Redhall, Esq 1745 William Shaw, Esq 1746 Samuel Birch, of Ardwick, Esq 1 747 George Clark, of Hyde, Esq 1748 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    couple of pints of ale together. Mr. Messenger told witness that he was going to Birmingham about his house-property at Redhall, and that his relations at Leicester were to meet him at tbat station to go with him. He stayed Subscribers-only content

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    Featherstone-bnildings, Holborn. G. C. Burns, Devizes, Wiltshire, upholsterer and broker. Solicitors, Messrs. Dean tk. Co., St. Swithin's- lane. L. Barnes, Redhall, Bury, Lancashire, provision dealer. Solicitors, Messrs. Higson & Co., Manchester. T. Heme, Cardiff, draper. Solicitor, Mr. Parker, St. Paul's-chnrchyard. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Mcl villc, Sir John Hope, Bart., Sir F. W. Drummond, Bart., Sir J.H. Dalrymple, Bart.; John Inglis, Esq., of Redhall ; Captain Burn Callander, of Prestonhall ; James Walker Esq., of Dairy; Henry Raeburn, Esq., of St. Bernard's; Captain Subscribers-only content

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    Tait, R.N.; Colonel Macdonald, of Powderhall; Mr. Borth- wick, of Crookston ; Mr. Collins, of Glasgow ; Mr. Inglis. of Redhall ; Mr. Hog. of New liston ; Mr. It. Wardlaw Ramsay, Mr. Home, of Scouthel ; Mr. Ferguson, jun., Subscribers-only content

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    Colonel M'lntosh. Mr. Baillie, by the Marquis of Breadalbane. Mr. Charles Baillic, by the Lord Justice Clerk. Mr. Inglis, of Redhall, by the Duke of Buccleuch. Major Carmichael Smyth, 93d Highlanders, on promotion and return 1 from Canada, by Major-General Subscribers-only content

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    J. Bunon, Bennington Allotment, Lincolnshire, labourer - S. Crosby, Sutton St. Mary, Lin- colnshire, merchant's clerk - P. Nicol, jun., Redhall Farm, Bolton, Lincolnshire, farmer- J. Leonard, Cheltenham, journeyman pork butcher - J. Bullworthy, Arlington-street, Clerkenwell, furnishing ironmonger - H. Subscribers-only content

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    j tonhall. nald. IR. Smythe, Esq., of Methvea. | GENERAL COMMITTEE. D. Anderson, Esq., of Moreduu J. luglis, Esq., of Redhall A. D. Anderson, Esq., M.D., R. Innis, Esq., of Thrumster ' Glasgow VV. M. Innes, Esq., of Parson's ! Subscribers-only content

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    e both of tlle 9tatue anil of the pedestal, s \VJA\ ■ fi _ bL ' d of liver rock Redhall Quarry. When r CreAA e J\T l A th J e "«"» of the quadrangle will v semt nm' Subscribers-only content

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    Great James-street, Bedford-row, the wife of Mr. W. F. Bray, jun., of a daugbter. Bull- On the 25th ult., at Redhall, Carrickfergus, the wife of the Very Rev. George Bull, Dean of Connor, of a son and heir. Carey.- On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 9, Portugal street, Mayfair, the wife of Thomas Bromley, Esq., of a daughter. Bull.- On the 4th inst., at Redhall, county Antrim, the wife of the Very Rev. George Bull, Dean of Connor, of a son. Cargill.- Cn the Subscribers-only content

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    completed, and will bei__i«^? n U^J His grace is represented as colonoi of the S•! I 7 the figure (in Redhall freestone) _, erect _!_! n?„_> *$?_ and the pedestal is 12 feet high X th^ mentis imposing, and does Subscribers-only content

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