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Enumeration of the inhabitants of the city of Glasgow and county of Lanark

Cleland, James

Enumeration of the inhabitants of the city of Glasgow and county of Lanark

for the government census of M. DCCC. XXXI. With population and statistical tables relative to England and Scotland

by Cleland, James

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Published by J. Smith & Son in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glasgow (Scotland) -- Statistics,
  • Lanarkshire (Scotland) -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementClassified and arranged by James Cleland
    GenreStatistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHA1159 .G57 1832
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 318 p. ;
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15481212M
    LC Control Number08018245

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Enumeration of the inhabitants of the city of Glasgow and county of Lanark book

The University is well known, and has been long famous. Twenty-nine of these subscribers were Irish either by birth or parentage, all members of the Friendly Sons of St. At Fredericksburg alone, in the memorable attack on Marye's Heights, the Irish brigade was so depleted that the number of men remaining alive was so small that not enough were left over for a general to command, and General Meagher, their commander, thereupon resigned his commission see "The Irish Brigade", pp.

This was mainly as a result of the lack of adequate training facilities for Rabbis in Britain. Upwards of 60 miles of pipes of different sizes, have been laid down, for conducting the gas to the various public works, shops, warehouses, and street lamps, which are entirely lighted in this manner.

The University buildings, the houses of the Professors, and the quadrangles they circumscribe, occupy a space equal to square yards. Includes and 88p appendix of statistics and a discussion of a variety of issues.

There is a return for the parish and all its constituent settlements and for the county of Roxburghshire. Speaking of the Irish immigrants a recent American writer, Douglas Campbell says: "They contributed elements to American thought and life without which the United States of to-day would be impossible.

William T. Phthisis [ty'sis] literally, means a wasting disease but almost invariably will mean pulmonary tuberculosis, any debilitating lung or throat affections; a severe cough; asthma. However, since the majority of the immigrants came from Lithuania, another basis, which is probably peculiar to Glasgow, has arisen - minyans which centred upon one's occupation.

Henry was the son of a convict. Reference District: Hampstead. Before them, questions of the greatest value and intricacy are decided. McFeat's Directory of has a reference to M. The soil around the city is very various, but is so much improved by an abundant supply of manure, as to produce heavy crops of every description.

Elizabeth herself was the daughter of two convict parents.

Sheriff of Lanark

He was a 10 Store Keeper on 15 Jul At that time the British Government and English public men with few notable exceptions had manifested their hostility to the Government, as they continued to do afterwards, and efforts were being made as was believed to engage France in an alliance with England, with a view to their joint acknowledgment of the Southern States as an independent nation.

Voss was 10 years old and living with his parents in Clinton, Iowa. The Lanarkshire And Renfrewshire Hunt - - 58 pages According to a table published in entitled "Enumeration of the inhabitants of the City of Glasgow and county of Lanark" it lists the Earl of Mar as being pulled by two horses, and carrying a total of 11 passengers, 4 inside and 7 outside, plus, of course the driver.

Baird, A, A New Year’s Gift to Dr Cleland; or, A Detection of the Errors and Blunders in his Late Book called “Enumeration of the Inhabitants of Glasgow and the County of Lanark” (Glasgow, ) Baird, A, A Review of the Historical and Topographical Works of James Cleland, LL.D (Glasgow, ).

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