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    against the North British Railway Company for .S4,000. damages in consequence of J injuries received in a railway collision at Tayport, has been settled by the pursuer accepting £500. Upon the third centenary of the birth of the celebrated Dutch Subscribers-only content

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    afternoon another railway accident happened at Tayport, in which, though no one was killed, many persons were injured. Just previous to the arrival of a passenger train from Edinburgh, it seems the porters at Tayport station had been arranging a Subscribers-only content

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    distressing accident hap. n do pened on the Tay, at Dundee. Two boys, sons of Mr. 5., CHALmERs, schoolmaster at Tayport, went on the a n- rivbr, in a pleasure-boat, when, through some mis- &' ia' management, the boat was Subscribers-only content

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    LSPECIAL TELEGRAM.] Yesterday morning a serious fire broke out in a ware- house in connection with a printing, mill in Tayport, near Dundee, belonging to Messrs. Ritchie and Blackie, manu- facturers. One of the workmen, 'who went into the build- Subscribers-only content

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    passenger train whiichs leaves Edinburgh for Glasgow about half -pDst seven o'clocl caine into collision with a goods train from Tayport, about two miles wvest of Cestleeary station. A nunihier of passengers were severely shakon, anil one gentlenman namied Hagan, Subscribers-only content

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    Index, T, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    -, Simon, 471, 472, 502, 538. -, William, 134, 249, 308, 310. Taylour , John, Clerk of the Exchequer, 550. Tayport . See Parton Craig. Tea . See Bohea. -, coffee, and chocolate duties, auditor of. See Burroughs, William. -,

    Index, P, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    General of Accounts of Customs, 347, 401. Particular of a lease , 409, 410, 442. Partoun Craigs (Parton Craig or Tayport), 88, 135. Partridge , Robert, 615. Passes for securing ships from Barbary Corsairs , 318. See Mediterranean passes. Patent


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