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  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, July 1769, 01 July 1769-31 July 1769

    1239. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (Townshend) to Lord Viscount Weymouth. Relative to Robert Sabiston of Greenock's declaration that the distemper was raging among the horned cattle in and about the country "at Dungarvan." Will lose no time in causing the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    T, U, V S. Sabiston or Sebaston , Robert, of Greenock, declaration about the distemper at Dungarvan Saddler , William, an almsman Saffery , Edmund, Esq., deceased, libel on Saffron Island , reduction of Saffy , situation of, trade from, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Punch's Pocket Book for 1876.-Pnuoh Office. 2s. 6d. Rogers, B. B.-Aristophanes' Wasps. (Ovo,pp. 291.) G. Bell and Sons. Ts. 64. Sabiston, M.-Granada and other Poems. (Fop. 8vo, pp. 202.) S. Tinsley. 4. . Shakespeare.-Illustrated. Comedies. (4to, pp. 711.) Cassell, Peter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SToceTose, Dambarton Screet, Walton, near Liverpool; Brunswick Street, Liverpool, book-keeper; and ArLEYXIDER SAHIISTON, not now in England, trading ans A. Sabiston at1d Co., lately trading in Sweeting Street, Liverpool, printers and stationers. AnLFEgaD SA'zEvl.L,Birkland Avenue, Peel Street, Nottingham, and Wlhiteliall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it., Liverpool, general Ora-Pd Page T. G., Worthilng, markuit gardoner H Palmer A., Birrrringham, coutrictor Hlixon G,, London, clnb manager Sabiston A. and Co., Liverpool, printere SayseaU A., Nottingham, lace maker fitamerJ., D awsburs, cuon Sp a ., Liv erpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    topmasts gone, steering for the Lizard, was seen 2221 March. and on the 25th, between thle Sinalli and Tuskar, a large vessel under three jury mnsts, by the Marquis of Hastings, Sabiston, arrived in the Clyde. CFor continuation see inside.J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anne, wife of Mr. W. Archer, Cresw Keys Hotel, Smithfeld, aged 35. ' iC PBELL.-March 9, at Eglinton.street, Glasgow, Janet Sabiston, relict of Mr. A. Campbell, Glasgow. CU1RTIS.-March 7, J. A. Curtis, Esq., of Dorhing, Furrey, aged 79. DECIES.-March 9, Subscribers-only content

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