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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Carlisle, signed by 3,239, and from Wigan, signed by 4,088 of the inhabitants. Addresses had also been received from Slateford, near Edinburgh, from a public meeting held at Liverpool, from the Young Men's Anti- cMonopoly Association, and from public Subscribers-only content

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    and there being five dissentiento. COanTIscOa ON THE CALEDONIAN RAILWAY.-On Tuesday morning a passenger train, which bad just stopped at Slateford station, on its way to Edinburgh, was run into by a mineral train approaching Edinburgh on the same line Subscribers-only content

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    the front of St. Giles's Church, where a cab was in waiting, and, entering it quietly, Jehn drove away to Slateford, where she met the Caledonian train to Glasgow, and was carried by it to that city. She proceeded, we Subscribers-only content

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    t.30 p3H.l SITTINGS FREr, ldS9-Jsuary 7.Revs. RD. DUNCAN 14. Rev. WM. THOMSUN, Slatleford, near Efdin- bin-gb 21. Rev. `Wil, THOMSON, Slateford, ricer Edin- bough 2:0.Rev. V R. MURRAY, Ardrossani 1'birelany 4.. itov. ANDREW DICilE, Abeordeen 11. .Rev. ANDREW SIlCIlE, Aberdeen Subscribers-only content

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    boon done in Lonidon. They believed that such a ministry would succeed well in Biriteiteighaim. Tilc Rev. IV. Thomson, of Slateford, near Edinburgh, in the course of an eloquent address, stated that he had been looking into cite religious statistics Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    The Metropolitan Parliamentary Reform Association

    & saying the prejudices against chartists operate for the moment against the formation of an Association there. From J. Holebrooke, Slateford, sending names of active reformers, and will assist. From S. Donkin, Bywell, Northumberland, sending names of active reformers &


    , H., 117 Skene , G., 139 Skene , P., 139 Skinner , J., 116 Skinner Street , 75, 116 Slateford , 246 Sly , W., 253 Smedley , F., 189, 190 Smith , , 113, 118 Smith , C.

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