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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KENNEDY, Archibald, Lord Kennedy (1794-1832).

    On the death without issue of the 8th earl in 1759 the peerage was disputed between William Douglas, earl of Ruglen, and Sir Thomas Kennedy of Culzean, whose claim was recognized by the Lords in 1762. He, who made Culzean

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which was put constantly into practice by a Rutherglen (pronounced Ruglen), Lanarkehire, publican with great success at one time. His customers had to say quickly three times, and without stammering, "Ruglen wee roon (round) luws (chimneys) reek briskly." The Conference Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trading as Jarrett and Co., at St. George and Bristol, boot manufacturers; H. J. Hodge and B. WrAts retirm-Andrew John Ruglen apd Villiam Arthur Potter, trading as Euglen and Potter, at Alfreton, Derby, printers. - D :EEDS OF ASSIGNMENT. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a. Ridgeway, 'near Cheseerd, ct. blacaksmiths and edge-tool manufacturers; J. E. Rodgers de retires.-A. J. Ruglen and J. W. Allison, trading as 1 ,or Ruglen and Allison, at Alfreton and Chesterfield; Derby- he shire, printers and -newspaper proprietors.-~E. 0. 'in Subscribers-only content

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    a new and excellent * ORGAN, stands 10 feet highrand Ia 0feet in width. Fonrt Iu- lars apply to J. Ruglen, PrInter, Barnsley. F 67 d ORGAN for SALE,-The ORGAN in Salem Chapel, * Runolet-lanl, In offered for SALE. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stops, with peda1 (suitable for a small church or chapel), to be SOLD. A bargain. For particulara apply to J. Ruglen, printer, &h,, PBarualey. a 1069d 0obe, SOLD, a SHILLING ROYALTY RENT, of and T inihe hManor of Hebden, For Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Herald to the Trades' advocate no. 24, 1831

    the j ule a re¬ lish, by an anecdote or twa mair o' my auld acquaintance I am, & c. Ruglen , 12th February, 1831 . Saunders Barr . Subscriptions for ' Ashton , Sfc, continued. Proceeds of Elocution benefit,.. Subscribers-only content

    Herald to the Trades' advocate., 1831

    Zooms '^-may also be heard " John Lochhead " has really gone a- missing ,• any person finding a stray Ruglen Tory, will do well to convey him im¬ mediately to our Printer's. The Whigs of that notable Burgh will Subscribers-only content

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