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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o dan T y dwfr. Y lle uchaf y gwnaed darganfyddiad or a t nator hwn ydoedd yn agor i Airdrie, ye Lansikehire, O .awer o fiynyddoedd yn ol, lie y cafwyd yn yr nehdar o o 610 troedfedd nwcblsw Subscribers-only content

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    in the caieal at Port- h)1iii.ic.-Lnct tiight, one of [ip, 1itl, Htisqars was fired at from beluiuid a irhge near Airdrie, and had the crown of his hat cu1rted away, t!at sustained tin bodilyiajiiry.-GlasgowteCk'oatole. APitL 7.-Yesterday nmorningr, ait seven o'clock, Subscribers-only content

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    first railway coach constructed in Scotland for the conveyance of passengers, made a trial journey in the neighbour. hood of Airdrie on Tuesday. It is dragged byone horse,and istoplyotu the Kirkintilloch railway, in carrying passengers to boats in the canal. Subscribers-only content

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    him. Gilchrist soon afterwards removed to a more splendid house at Hillend, an inn, four miles to the eastward of Airdrie. During his residence in tlis house, by dint of assumed integrity, low, cunning. " bowing,' and cool duplicity, strange Subscribers-only content

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    body of reformers as- sembled under the Right Hon. the Lord Daftus, an old, staunch, and unflinching reformer. From Linlitbgow, Airdrie, Kilbirnie, Wlgtown, Port Glasgow, Galston, Kircudbright, Sanguhar,: and other Scotch burghs, we have had fresh proofs of the most Subscribers-only content

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    IN ScoTrAND.-Ramsay, the ringleader of the Orange riots at Airdrie, has been sentenced by the Supreme Criminal Court of Scot. land to fourteen years' transportation, for his share in that transaction. Airdrie is one of the chief seats of Orangeism Subscribers-only content

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    compliment from the gentlemen of the county and burgh of Inverness. Ma GILTLON AT AiRDaiE.-This gentleman met his constituents at Airdrie recently, and gave them an account of the obstructed legislation of the last session. Mr Gillon, after denouncing the Subscribers-only content

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    Man- sell, Myddelton street, Clerkenwell, engraver. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. I. and P. Smith, Jellybolm, woollen manufacturers-J. Carrick, Eillearn, wood merchant-J. King, Airdrie, grocer. Friday, Febrtuary 21. WAR OFFICE, FatBRUARY 21. 12th Light Dragoons-Cornet H. A. Scott, to be Lieut. by purchase, Subscribers-only content

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    Stowmarket, Suf- folk, ironfounder-D. Elttob, Conduit street, B nd street, on- derworiter-M.Cowing,1Hayden Btidge, Warden. Northuimber- laot, innkeeper-J. Hadson, Arthur street West, livery stable. keeper. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Slater, Perth, bhilder--A. Wl son, Airdrie, grocer-W. Peat, Dalbeath, cealmaster-J. Lawrie, Glasgow, builder. Subscribers-only content

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    Smith, l)undee, merchants-J. Frew, Port Seton, coal master-E. Lowe, Edinburgti, fancy warchoals keeper-W. Hope, Hope House, Jedburgh, ironfounder-W. Reid, Rawyards, Airdrie, cattle dealer. Friday, October 2. WAR OFFICE, OCTOBEc 2. 2d Dragoon Guards-Veterinary Surgeon 0. Smith, from the 11th Light Subscribers-only content

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    H. and J. Runcorn, Manchester, plumbers -T. Stevenson, Stafford, shoemaker-G. Haines, Kilsby, Northamptonshire, grocer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. A. Brown, Clarkston, by Airdrie, grain dealer-R. Brand, Dalmacadder, Dumfries.shire-J. Livingston, Dundee, manu facturer-P. Sanderson, Melrose, merchant-D. Logan, Kil marnock, ironmonger-R. Thorburn, Uphall, engineer-J. Subscribers-only content

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    Colquhoun, Glasgow, commission agent -W%. and G. Hutton and Co. Glasgow, power loom cloth nTanufactmrers-J. Wilson, Edinburgh, general merchant-J. Bailie, Airdrie, carrier. FrIday, May 28. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. W. C.rd and 1H Scott, Quadrant, Regent street, musical instrument manufacturers-J. Lovelace and Subscribers-only content

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    the NorthU of Scotlaild Baskig t..ompany-11 Wilca, Donbar, candlewmaker-Tl. Cauos, PerthL, ship own7;er-A. Addiso, Dundee. si~lk snercer -I. Hiarne, Coathridge, Airdrie, grocer-D. and A. M'Naugh. ter Coswgate, Etdinburgh, grocers-i. Waltonf, G~lasgow, cowf ieion aegent.i BIRTH. In Pertugtalstreet,. tH Bo. MW Subscribers-only content

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    Seed, Ashton under-Line, cotton manuractur- ers-W. Pilling, Droylsden, Lancashire, manufacturer of cotton goods-W. Jones, Treggaron, Cardigan, batter dealer. SCOTCH rSEQUESTRATIONS. D. Smith, junior, Airdrie, ironmonger-H. Campbell, Dam. fernnline, irorfounder-W. and J. Arouckle, Ayr, ieahers- J. Lindsaa, Gallo.vgate street, Glasgow, victualler. Subscribers-only content

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    innkeeper-P. Sinclair, Inverary, fish dealer-A. Iow.eraxity and G. Gow, Glasgow, merchants--W. Grieve, Thorulsl. near Ayr, farmer-W. MorrisLn, Edinburgh, iroramontger-M.d Miller, Airdrie, wright Friday, February 25. WAR OFFICE, FerRUARi 25. Sth Light Dragoons-Assistant-Surgeon 1. A. Blake, from the Sth Foot, to Subscribers-only content

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    corn dealer. SCOTCH sEQUESTHATIONS. J. Murdoch, Forres, Elginshiie, baker-T. Maxwell, Glasgow, viuctaller-W. Baird, Glasgow, corn merchant-R. Maritn, Barnhank place, near Airdrie, wood merchant-W. luchianan, Blackla,,d Mill, printer-J. Drummond, Hosh Distillery, near Crieff. distiller--D. Macmilan, Glasgow, iroumrnger--E. Edward, Edinburgh, victual dealer-J. Subscribers-only content

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    factors. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. P. Nichol, Glasgow, insurance broker-A. Rankine. Kirk- cudbright, merchant-R. Stiven, Glasgow, merchant-D. Hen- derson, Coatbridge, near Airdrie, ironmonger. Friday, April 1. WAR OFFICE, APRIL 1. 7th Foot-Easign F. Mills, from the 84th Foot, to be Lient, Subscribers-only content

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    taver-n keeper-J Allardes, porgae Abeide shire, distiler-. Arthur and Sonts, Kirkaidy yarn spintiers-J. Millar, Lime kiiro. Fi~eshire, ahip builder-W. grown, Airdrie, commissisaer agent. MARRIED, Lt Bryanston square, the Hion. George Liddell, third eon of Lr Ravegwr tlori, to Louisa, second Subscribers-only content

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    mail ". over the country. In this way, almost every farm and farm-yard, not only in the immediate neizghbourhood of Airdrie and Coatbridge, but for miles around them, has been visited. Another great meeting of the men is to be Subscribers-only content

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    this short and invo- lugatry leapQe with the Chartists. What the Edinburgh Observer states with respect to the colliers in Airdrie will apply with the same truth to the turn-outs in other districts. " The colliers were not without cause Subscribers-only content

 

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