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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1715

    Acts 1715 The principal acts of the general assembly, holden and begun at Edinburgh, May 4 1715. I. Sess. 1, May 4, 1715. The King's Commission to John Earl of Rothes produced, and ordered to be Recorded. The General

    Acts, 1722

    Acts 1722 The principal acts of the general assembly, holden and begun at Edinburgh, May 10, 1722. I. Sess. 1, May 10, 1722. The King's Commission to Hugh Earl of Loudoun Produced, and ordered to be Recorded . The

    Acts, 1842

    Acts 1842 The principal acts of the general assembly, convened at Edinburgh, May 19, 1842. I. Sess. 1, May 19, 1842. The Queen's Commission to the Marquis of Bute produced, and ordered to be recorded. Victoria, Dei grati ,

    Acts, 1834

    Acts 1834 The principal acts of the general assembly, convened at Edinburgh, May 22, 1834. I. Sess. 1, May 22, 1834. The King's Commission to the Right Honourable Lord Belhaven Gulielmus, & c. II. Sess. 1, May 22, 1834.

    Tables, January - December 1772, 01 January 1772-31 December 1772

    Tables January - December 1772 TABLES. January to December. 1611. Admiralty Orders. Letters from the Secretaries of State to the Lords of The Admiralty, signifying His Majesty's pleasure for orders to be given for purposes as below. For whom Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. COURT AND ARISTOCRACY. WINDSOR CASTLE.-The preparations for the forthcoming dramatic representation are nearly finished. The room selected for the purpose is the apartment looking over the North Terrace, called the " Rubens Room." Across the northern end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SANITARY MATTERS. MORTALITY IN THE METROPOLIS The deaths in London during the week ending December 16 numbered 1,130-the average being 1,154. Scarlatina, typhus, and hooping-cough are still the most pre- valent and fatal diseases. Cholera destroyed 29 and scarlatina Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eatcot SATURDAY MORNIOG, DncEcanna 23, 1848. The accounts from Paris of yesterday morning inform us of a number of decrees issued by the new President of the Republic. They relate chiefly to appointments, of which the following are the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. COURT AND ARISTOCRACY. MARRIAGE IN HIG} LIFE.-The marriage of the Duke de Guiche and Miss Emma Mackinnon, only daughter of Mr W. A. Mackinnon, MP., was solemnised on Wednesday, at St Mary's Church, Bryanstone square, having been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Latcot Intelliamcc. SATURDAkY MocNiNG, D:ECcMBEc R 30, 1848. There is little news from the Continent by the arrivals this morning. From Paris, the chief item of intelligence is that the Salt Tax Reduction Bill, as amended by the Opposition, Subscribers-only content

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