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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix II, List of Jurors

    Flye, Thomas, of Stanwell, 545/246. Foster, Thomas, of Charterhouse Lane, 545/291. Fowkes, Daniel, of the Strand, 553/172. Francis, Thomas, of "Sandend", 547/147. Francklyn, John, of , 542/144. Freake, Julius, of the Strand, 553/172. Garrett, James, of Bromley, gentleman, 552/162. -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l",-ot atd br , for aufelzetuters andce ain ag,. sulary required prseioaepcine n 1-Add05. Lait ot l ~'r'~ea a unS Sandend ~s qutk at tennt~s.-Addres,B 'A. Ft' Pat]; Pea' elliS~~~~~~~054 (jlA2~j~d~l Wastd; gond ook-keepr end ceresodent'- 1 SIT UATIONS VACANIT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    destroyed. Some fshing: .boats have been lost. A later telegrum from Banff says additional wreckage has been washed ashore at Sandend, where a steamer was wrecked on Saturday morning. It is believed that the vessel is the steamer Moray, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    large shark was captured on the beach opposite the Limestone Quarry, at Dsuniholoch, by Mr. James Smith, jiun., a carpenter0 Sandend. I-le was fousd to measure about twelve feet in .length, and a large quantity of oil was obtained from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Idambro, lsj, Haihivy Maseiles;Snlan )), ambrg.Thnriday,-Sailedl- 5; John and Elizabeth, Winter, SpaldLindg. ip Hsi~nOa rdy-rietOieBransla, frorn London I Matthew, Whith; Sandend lelHo~tin, Lonto; OaH. WEST HARTLEPOOL, F~riday.-Arrived-British Queen Is), from Hamburg. Sailed-Friday-August and Merle, for Istootnl. In -.MIDnnaaeneouG11, Thursday.-Arrived-Clsn McKenzie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Donegall Street, Belfast. 18623 l ANDSCAPE GARDENING, Formation of LJParks,Gardens,PleasureGrounds,Plantilln,&e., Rockwork, and Garden Architecture; plans fur. i i hod.-Alex. Robartson, Sandend Nurseryloly- wood. 18593 L A V .-Au ENGROSSING CLERCK and GENEtAL ASSISTANT is Open to an ENGAGEMENT; excellent testimonials.-Ad- Subscribers-only content

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