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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a clear caim in justice, and the Ad- inimstration~ of Lord William Bentinck, a great economist, the suppressor of the Suttie, and no parader of gates, or restorer of Hindoo temples, returned to them, by way of compensation, the sum Subscribers-only content

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    Sunday of Superstition ............ 968 The Eastern Debate ................... 983 The Heckling of Sir James Grant 'Royal Governors-General ............... 964 Suttie .....................,.,.,., . 969 The German Elections .................. 965 The Grain King .............................. 970 Lord Beaconsfield and Yr. Glad- The Subscribers-only content

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    Bishops with it. TIM 1fECELING OF SIR JAMES GRANT SUTTIE. It is a wise and a merciful rule to let obscure men alone. In the case, however, of Sir James Grant Suttie, the Con- servative candidate-" Independent and Liberal Conserva- Subscribers-only content

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    members of Mr. Cameron's congregation as the exponents of this feeling. A kind of outdoor paupers as they are, Widow Suttie and Katie Macbryde totter to the chapel door to drop their "testimonial" pennies into the "plate;"- None crowed more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the country shows no sign of breaking up. I DEATh FROM Extososx.-On Wednesday afternoon . the-body of a man named Suttie, aged between sixty and eventy, was found on the Muir of Cochrage, in the I Perthehire Highlands. The supposition Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 October 1639-31 March 1640

    peace re turns of parliamentary elections in prices of corn Puritans sheriff of, letters to ship-money smelting of iron ore Suttie , George, bailie of Edinburgh Sutton , Surrey Wilts Sutton-at-Hone , Kent, Lathe of Sutton-in-the-Marsh , co. Lincoln Swale Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 March 1732, 8 March 1733

    hora undecima Auroras, Domiais Cc deceriientibus. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Sir James Suttie, to the Appeal ofD Cofmo George Duke of Gordon and others, was brought sir j. Suttie. in. This Day Robert Lord Bifiiop of Norwich came toBP- the Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1783, 1 April 1783

    the Court of Sefiion in Scotland, ftiall be deemed good Service. The Houfe being moved, " That William Stdtie of Suttie to enter " Gray's Inn, Gentleman, may be permitted to enter Lt°JÄ1^ " into a Recognizance for John Shortreid, Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1785, 24 March 1785

    or Agents of the faid Refpon- dents in the faid Court of Seffion in ScePzW, fhall be deemed good Service. Suttie to enter into Re- cognizance on faid Ap- peal. csr The Houfe being moved, " That FfYY/zYzzzz S«///c? of Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1786, 15 February 1786

    Unus Pri- .-. „ ^7 -^ mariorum Secreta- Comes ,/2Ae?rzror7z. Comes PzZzTOz//iez/7j. Ds. Sewz-/e/ez/e'. Crown. Caddells againft Cad- deft: to Suttie to en- ^r into Re- cognizance on faid Ap- peal. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Meffieurs CezePzY/Az Subscribers-only content

    9 July 1789, 9 July 1789

    Suttie of the Strand, London, Gentleman, may be permitted to enter into a Recognizance for Charles Stewart, on account or " his Appeal depending in this Houfe, he refiding m t< Scotland:" It is Ordered, That the faid William Subscribers-only content

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