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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Introduction

    was announced that Yarrow 's yard at Millwall would be entirely closed within twelve months, and the business removed to Scotstoun on the Clyde. 36 This well-known firm of marine and mechanical engineers was established in 1864 , and their

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    Scilly Islands , Scoles , Revd. Alex., Scotland , ambassador, and see Melville ; Semple; episcopal ch. of, wars with, Scotstoun ( Renfrew ) , Scott , Lord Geo ., cricketer, Sir Geo . Gil., architect, J. Oldrid, Jas., Duke

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nicholson, Liverpool, stone mason-AugUst 13, W. Davies, Birmmgl1am, boot manufacturer- August 15, S. Dudley, Tipton, Staffordshire, tailor. Scotch Sequiestrations.-J. Becks, Scotstoun, near Glasgow, contractor- I. Wylie, Glasgow, merchant-A. Whyte and W. Dick, Glasgow, sewed muslin manufacturers-H. L. Wilson and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult., Colonel Staveley, C.B., to Susan, daughter of C. Minet, Esq. DEATHS.-On the 28th ult., at Scotstoun house, near Glasgow, Miss Oswald, of Scotstoun, in the 98th year of her age-On the 28Lh ult., at College street, Islington, Miss Green, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ballyconnel, co. Cavan _Cladybridge, co. Tyrone-Der. vock, co. AntrimhFinntown co. Donegal-GlasloughC co. Monaghan__Markethill, o. ArmaghSSATURAY _: Baliboro, co. Cavan-Ballib ay, Scotstoun, co. Monaghan _Belleek, co. Fermanagh-Ciady, Swateragh, co. Derr- I -Convoy, o. Donegal. |,... - - - , BE-LFAST"-; PRINTED Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in London uuctlr C Si0 O person ty iE land, The will or Sentcb conctiriloation of l)arue Isabella Brue', of Scotstoun, nearAberdleen, cwas sealed in the London court as exceediing £30.:Io - personalty. The will of Sir Richard D:g;)y \ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    piling at the place. Tris Scoi-,TOc.-XWe have been informed th3t Messrs. William anrt Alfred Brown, owner5 of the ill-fated ship Scotstoun, which foundered on her voyage to San Francisco, on yesterday, received 3 telegram from Monte Video coDfirinitig our forner Subscribers-only content

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