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    Ruislip Introduction RUISLIP PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1814

    Field and East Field lay south of Eastcote village. Field boundaries appear to have fluctuated and other field names-Prior's Field, Alderston Field, Tybber Field, Hill Field , Whitingrove Field-are mentioned in connexion with smaller areas or without any exact geographical Victoria County History

    Anne, Table IX. Scottish Warrants., 01 June 1703-31 December 1703

    Feb. Docquets. 1. For letters under the Privy Seal granting to Robert Graham of Callengad e and John Mitchell of Alderston and their heirs the escheat and liferent of William Rodger, merchant, of Edinburgh, who was "put to the horn" Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Aldersgate see Streets. Alderson , Christopher, tenant, Arkingarthale, 1935. -, Isabel, widow, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1935. -, Robert, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1934. Alderston , Joan, passenger to Jamaica, 267. Alderwasley manor (co. Derby), 1227. Aldgate parish (London), 636, 994, and see Streets. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Georgiana, eldest daughter of the Rev. Thomas Roe, and secondly to IMarion, eldest daughter of Mr. James Airchison, of Alderston, NB., but leaves no family. The title descends to Thomas, grandson of the late Hlon. Richard Denman, and who Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    "TIPS" FOR THE DERBY. Sportsman (Vigilant) - Ayrshire. Sporting Life (Augur)- Ayrshire. field - Ayrshi re. Sporting GhrxvtkU (Kettledrum) - Ayrshire. Coxintp Gentlexxian (Censor)- Ayrshire. land and Water - Ayrshire. Sporting Times (Vigilant and the Wizard)- Orbit. licensed Victuallers' Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE LATE EMPRESS. LUCCMESI'S DISPOSAL. Vienna. Tuesday (Reuter). - The. Polit_che Correspondent publishes the following to-day: - We learn from an official Swiss source that there is absolutely no truth in the etatement made by various newspapers that the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SCANDALOUS CONDITION OF A CORNWALL CHURCHYARD. The Vicar of the parish of Talland, Cornwall, has described the stato of the churchyard in terms which ought to attract the immediate attention of the Local Government Board. The parish churchyard has Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Situations Wanted. TJRINTIXG.- Jobbing Compositor wishes Situation. r Steady and Obliging. Apply Miss Milne, 47 Albert itreet, Dundee. Situations Vacant Ctotelt Set Advertisements tinder this Heading are in- KrUd at IS Words for 6d; 3 insertions, ls : $ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TRADE NEWS. THE DUNDEE SHIP CABPHMTEEB' STRIKE. Ab only one firm of employers have as yet conceded the demands made by the Duudee ship carpenters, viz. - an advance of £d per hour on their present rate of wages, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CORN"MARKETS. COUPAR ANGUS, Thursday-There wiw a small attendance, and no change in prices from last week. Quota- tions :-Wheat, 60 to 62 lbs., 25s to 265; barley (ehev.). 54 to 56 lbs., 19s to 225: do. (com.), 54 to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TWO MEN KILLED ON THE RAILWAY. A frightful accident occurred on Monday evening on the Waterford and Limerick line. Two young men, named respectively Barkman and Pivitze, after getting out of the train at Patrickswell, proceeded to walk home Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DUNDEE POLICK COURT WsoNnriAY- Before Bailie Ucnvss. Malicious MiscniEr.- Johu [.ainond, baker, Ssagate, was charged with bavins ou Tuesday, whd* in (ir-en- market, maliciouelr and wantonly brotcen a chair, ihe ur ■•■ party of WUliam Small, furniture dealer, by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DRAUGHTS. Dundee Cuampioxsmi-. - W. Whyto and A. Shearer played last night ia the Mini-anal of this tournament. Shearer, haviug tbe blacks, opened the " Dundee," to which Whyte replied 24 'JO. After several moves the gem* resolved into Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    RELIGIOUS MANIA AND CHILD MURDER. An inquest was held on Thursday by the Liver- pool Coroner on the body of Rebecca Jane Jackson, four years of age, for whose murder the mother, who is the wife of a master Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Hay, of Smithneld and Hayston, Bart. Burghs of Haddington, Dunbar, North Berwuk. Laudei, and Jedburgh - Robert Steuart. Esq., of Alderston. Burghsof Dysart. Kirkaldv, Kinghorti. anil Burntisland- Robert Ferguson, Esq.. of Raith. Burghs of Leith, Portobello, and Musselburgh- John Archibald Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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