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  • * British History Online *

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    Historical preface, 1175-1370

    toll or custom in the town of Glasgow, but to take it at the cross of Schedenestoun (now known as Shettleston), as they had been in wont to do. This last-mentioned charter is interesting on account of the glimpse it

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    John, sergeant, 96. William, 79. Scheildilstoun . See "Shettleston." Scheillinglaw , Sir Robert Steuart of, 322. Scherare , David, burgh treasurer, 296, 299; councillor and deacon of coopers, 303, 308, 309. Shettleston (Schettleston, Schedenestun, Scheildilstoun, Scheddilstoun), 217, 229, 223; Rutherglen

    Abstracts of further charters and documents, 1165-1542

    Rutherglen should not levy toll or custom within the town of Glasgow, but only at the cross of Schedenestun (now Shettleston), as they used to be levied of old. Jedeworth, 29th October 1226. The Ancient Register, fol. 55, 56. Codex

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages i - c

    "do" read as footnote: It appears from the Diocesan Registers of Glasgow that in the sixteenth century the lands of Shettleston were in the possession of several rentallers. That portion of them on which the ancient cross stood was probably

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    & c." Sawyers , seal of cause to, 73, 185, a 17. Scarlet gowns , 255, 582. Schedenestoun . See "Shettleston." Scherar . See "Shearer." Scheves , William, archbishop and archdeacon of St. Andrews, 26, 40, 532, 41, 49. William,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F Toynbee, Lincoln, agricultural merchant-Jan 16, J Wells, Liverpool, toydealer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.-E Winmlog, or M'Farlane, Balder- nock, Stirling, grocer-A Peddie, Shettleston, near Glasgow, smith-A Leask, Blairgowrie, flaxspinner-M Bankin and J Gray, Glasgow, carvers -J Johnson, Glasgow, grocer-FJ S GSendonvynKirkcudbright, Doctor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    traced more or less directly to the general adoption of the hot- blast process. Mr Neilson was a native of Shettleston, near Glasgow, and was brought up as a working mechanic. M. PROUDeON, the well-known French socialist, died at Passy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for other like purposes. October 27, 1282. Tienry Webisy, llirmingbam-breech-loaunug small-arous. February 1, 1863. John lloyd and Thomas A. Boyd, Shettleston, Scotland- aplparatus for moulding ansi casting, and mallets to be used in nioublmi, g, and aplslicable othe wise. October Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peace Court, on Monday, twenty-one men, principally labourers, were charged with sleeping at a kiln, in fire- clay works, near Shettleston. The magistrate said if the men were again found there they would be imprisoned. Early on Saturday morning Princess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ontraoters. Tiayler6-, Ce., Leithi, soap ecanufacticrersa; .~,5 C5g 25 rep(L--d~ W. Taylor. SCOTCH SEQUESTIRA TIONS. EA4GLESHLTLA Hugh and Son, dyers, Shettleston; to meet at Glas- gowv, May 22, at 12. AtOONEY Henry, spirit dealer, Glasgow; to meet at Glasgow, May Subscribers-only content

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