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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the passengers were injured. The servants of the company were fully acquitted of all blame. GLASGOW.-An accident occurred on'the Slamannan and Glasgow Railway, bv which several of the passengers were severely injured. When the evening train, with from 50 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plumber-J. T. Scott, Milton next Gravesend, estate agent-J. Pigg, Norwich, carpenter-C. Schofield, Kingston-upon-Thames, timber merchant. SCOTCH SEQUIESTRATIONS. J. M. Russell, Slamannan, coal merchant-T. Thompson, Perth, merchant-A. Johnston, Edinburgh, coach maker-H. Houston, Paisley, china dealer-J. Mitchell, jun. Blialirosvrie, innkeeper-P. Sinclair, Inverary, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Love, Liverpool, lookin,-glass mauufacturecr-May 11, A. Frazer, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, corn merchant. * Scotch Seqfteottations.-A. M'Eay, Dornock, Sutherlandolhire, merchant -J. RBssell, Slamannan, Stirlingshire, wright. Fnqday, April 15. lPatsrsem ips Dissiedsl.-Blary Ann and J. R Mitcliell, Gloucester, hosiers-E. and J. Harvey, Bow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ul on Sunday a resolution was passeýd aproing of tiem.utfesro issued by the Birmingham Tee coalniasters and mine.rs of Airdrie, Slamannan, and IBathgat*)inet in private conference -in Glasgow yesterday afternoon, when it wasg agreed that tile men's wages should lie Subscribers-only content

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    merchantsaud shi~pers -will not long endure the excessive port ebiarges; At a ibeeting at; Glasgow yesterday, of the Airdrie and Slamannan coalmastrer, it wvas agreed to concede the1 miners another 6d. per day, to come into force be-day< Since November Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1752

    therein. From the Presbytery of Linlithgow, Mr John Lookup at Mid-Calder, Mr John Wilkie at Uphall, Mr William Hastic at Slamannan, Mr Thomas Wardrop at Bathgate, ministers; the Right Honourable the Lord Napier, the Honourable Charles Hope Vere of Craigiehall,

    Index, A-K

    (Affleck,) v . Auchinleck. Fleming , Fleyming, Lord, 96, 747. Fleming , James, elder, 13. Fleming , Richard, minister of Slamannan, 266. Flint , John, vicar in Aytoun, 159. Flisk , person of, v . Thomsone; personage of, 711, 719.

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