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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Francis Cornet W., ibid . Stoughton , Capt. Stow's Annals Stowood Strabane Strachan , a bookseller in London Strahan , Strathan, Mrs. W. Straiton , Capt. Alexander Ensign (Earl of Orkney's) 2nd Lieut. Robert (Row's) Straloch Strangford Strangways , T. Subscribers-only content

    Volume 25, November 1652, 01 November 1652-30 November 1652

    is ready. 5. The petition of Wm. Ross, Robert Scott, Duncan Menzis, Capt. Hen. Shaw, Alex. Forbes, Thos. Twiddie, Alex. Strathan, Gilbert Campbell, and Wm. Stuart referred to the Committee for Examinations, to examine and dispose of them according to Subscribers-only content

    Anne, July 1702, 01 July 1702-31 July 1702

    13 July. Notes on Widows Recommended for the Savoy Hospital. 1. List of widows. Mrs. Johnston, a minister's widow. Mrs. Strathan [Strahan ? ] , widow of an Episcopal clergyman of Scotland, who was driven from thence with fifteen children Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alexander Raleigh, D.D. 14, An Hlonest Heart. By Andrew Whitgift. I., II. 15. Notes for Readers out of the Way. Strathan snd Co., 56 Ludgate hill. Now ready, 4/ A C M ILLAIN'S MA GAZINE. ./]. for JUNE. Price One Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Cit il Sen-ice Commissioners, and he would euquire about the wvhole subject. Jin reference to the case of Mrs. Strathan, hie promised to find her another and aý suitable pest office, believing as he did that she was well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has now suppresseds the establislmernt, which was the last of that class of houses in the kingdom. To .c eossrs. Strathan secured the honour of becoming thie iet Laureate's publishers afterabrisk competition with come rival houses. It is now anriounced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. . RACING NOTES. Judging by the strength of the arrival-list at Lincoln the sport promises to be 'n a par with the old traditions. The principal item on the card to-morrow is the Lincoln- shire Handicap, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    physician, Dr. W. I' lterrimon. An unrivalled enznrner or winter residence for potients snd custters. For prospectus, apply to Mr. Strathan nao above. B 3326 P. RfsFI. BARSTOW, Surgeona Dentist, Gascoigne's-yard, MLt Bar-lane, Leeds, Ragnisatteedanee-Taec~atp,fromten to faux. F1152 ai EEMTII1 Subscribers-only content

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