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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, S

    i. 621, 637, 1078; ii. 1321, 1365. Spaleman . See Spateman. Spangles of copper , ii. 1220. Spanndall . See Spinningdale. Sparkes , co. Norfolk, i. 171. Sparks , Mr., minister, ii. 983. Sparrow : Mr., of Halstead, ii. 980.

    Index of names and places, M

    231. Murhead , John, of Craigton, ii. 1148, 1387. Murray , Earl of. See Moray. Murray (Murrey, Murry): , of Spinningdale, ii. 1155, 1394. Laird of Stanhope, son of Sir David, ii. 882. Sir Alexander, of Blackbarony, ii. 1153, 1392.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    go I Thb .mcoolbbs' D.pabttjbn.- While Excise ■ officers were a day or two ago searching White- face Plantations, near Spinningdale, Creich parish, they discovered a fully-equipped illicit distillery at work ln a deep ravine within half a mile of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which was leaking and engendering a noxious and unwholesome gas. Distressing Accident. - Three sons of Mr George Ross, shoemaker, Spinningdale, Sutherlandshire, aged respectively twenty, fifteen, and nine years, the other night accidentally upset a naptba-lamp upon the table wben Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DUNDEE POLICE Col'l'T. THU-uUiAY- Before Haiiie TaVlob. "A Lona-S-r-Mjiw- P^*L_. , "--Al___(_r Pitkethley, labourer, was brought to the bar, and charged with (jjV. tu Ding the peaM in Peunyc- _ Lane on the night of Mon- day, fet h Subscribers-only content

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    CYCLING. *_. ,« - FIXTUEBS. Ang. 12.- Raoe Meeting at Aberdeen. Aug. 12.- Race Meeting at Perth. Aug. 10.- 50 Mil. -s Scottish Championship at Dundee Aug. lo.- Arbroath P.C. and Arbroath CO. Joint Race Me* ting. Aug. 10._Broughty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THREATENED WAR WITH ASHANTEE. Preparations for an Expedition. The Press Association says, with reference to the questions at issue between this country and Ashantee, that the King of Coomassie is alleged to have violated certain treaty engagements with Great Subscribers-only content

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