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    Henry VIII, August 1544, 1-5, 01 August 1544-31 August 1544

    hy Giles Heron, Ralph Hogson and the Tyndall and Ryddesdalle men. 12 Feb., Anande in Anerdale, Tordof Dronnock, Blayt, Blaywoode, Westhills, Scailes, Stokes and other places (not named), burnt by Mr. Wharton, John Legh, Jack Musgrave, & c. 17 Feb., British History Online

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    HuinIuting. PrSieonrsNG A RAI11n BIalc-A correspondent santl us lie focllowving :-" On thc 4th inst., Mr. William Tibbatts, of tie Westhills, Alveelureb, observed a stras-e bird rorering at a great altitude: litcr shots provedfatile, lint a fourth, vitlr a wire Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    empowered accordingly. Female School of Industry. - The annual meeting of this institution was held yesterday - Mr Anderson, of Westhills, in the chair. From the report read by Mr R. S. F. Spottiswood, advocate, the secretary, it appeared that Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    \u>r I'Ki-n.- TV third ■ forth. >* ' 111 I>uli^ 'aw iiicr. Ti.e • \I. .. \ H ' Murr..*- * r.. Mr K- s , ... M-nt it:. ■keif li • TV >-■• j.tll 1.-».- I and Mm Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Printed and Published every m orning at the Town House Buildings, High Street, -_- «. t^^JE-S ALEXANDER, Forthe pmnam N«ww_?ir and Pwxnjro Com- PANT - UUUi teu. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MONETARY & COMMERCIAL. London, Monday Evening The demand for money has been very limited, | . and Short Loans were quoted at 3to 3^ per cent. ! ' Discount also ruled easy at 3§ to i, for tbe best Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN. For the Week ending D_c. 29. PER IMPERIAL QUARTER. Wheat. I Barley. I Oats. I Rye. I Beans. I Pease. 77s 2d I 30s 4i 1 26 a lid 1 54s Ud | 49s OJ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FERGUS HUME'S Sensational New Story begins in This Week's Welcome, and is entitled '* The Clock Struck One." You should read the opening chapters. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GLASGOW IRON MARKET. [Special Weekly Report.] v Glasgow. Thui-dav Evening. There was a sudden outburst of activity in the Glasgow iron market to-day on the belief that the miners' strike is ending, and that consumers will soon be back Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ti.. WT Tien Baxter Park Bowling Clcb. - Tho annus general meeting of this club was held on Fri da. evening last - Mr James Kobertson, President, ii the chair. The following were elected officebearer for tlie ensuing year Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DEATH OF THE EARL OF LONSDALE. | The Earl of Lonsdale expired yesterday morning j at a quarterpust nine o'clock. His condition had been most critical for some hours previously. Sir | William Jenncr, Mr Alfred Cooper, and Dr Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THI. ..LLEficD MURDERS BY A WOMAN. ... i.".j. -. _ •:- m__ :;;is(.m:k. H. DoraL Hill, wbo is in custody charged with causing the .leaths of her father and mother at Pendleton, S_lford, waa taken before the Magis- l Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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