1 edition of Broomielaw found in the catalog.
1991 by Glasgow & Oriental Developments Ltd. in association with Bellhouse & Joseph Investments Ltd., Kumagai Gumi (UK) Ltd. in Glasgow .
Written in English
Ten loose sheets inside cardboard folder.
|Contributions||Glasgow & Oriental Developments Ltd., Bellhouse & Joseph Investments Ltd., Kumagai Gumi (UK) Ltd.|
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Another version of the song exists in the Tyneside area where "Geordie" loses his "Penker" down the "double raw". In both cases, after causing great destruction he finds his marble in his pocket.
The photo 'Glasgow, the Broomielaw ' appears in this book More about this scene Caption for Glasgow, The Broomielaw The Glasgow & Inverary and the Lochgoil & Lochlong Steamboat Companies sported the same colour scheme.
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I had ancestors who lived at 16 Broomielaw for about 20 years. I have a poor relief claim dated 9th July and the address is given as "16 Broomielaw Street, far back stair on left, 2 up above the shop with Mary McMillan".The family name was McNamara (sometimes Macnamara) the husband was Darby (Jeramiah) McNamara and his wife was Bridget Moran.
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Octavo, bound in full brown morocco, decoratively bordered in gilt, spine gilt, gilt dentelles, all edges gilt. With a wonderful fore-edge painting of New Bridge and Broomielaw, Glasgow. Binding by H. & C. Treacher of Brighton. : $ BROOMIELAW DRF WINS SCOTTISH DESIGN AWARD.
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Photographs of Glasgow - the largest city of Scotland. Carrick 1 x Carrick x Carrick 2 x Carrick 2w x The first quay at the Broomielaw was constructed inwhen the men-servants of the city's gentry were commandeered by the Town Council to carry the sand needed for backfilling the new structure.
This description of the gradual progress in making the Clyde navigable during the first half of the century was published in An old photograph of Broomielaw Bridge, Glasgow (Image: Getty). This "inflammatory" speech, which served to scapegoat non-white sailors, would set the tone for a.
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Sailing Vessel BROOMIELAW built by Matthew Henderson in for Daniel Wright & R Gilchrist, Glasgow, Cargo Wrecked near The Maiden rocks off Co Antrim (Larne for Glasgow).
All crew saved. Description: The 2 acre site at Broomielaw was purchased from Gladedale by Scottish Enterprise in The land, which has planning consent for office development, is currently lying vacant and could now be used to support developments either in business tourism or the financial services industry.
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, As Issued. First Edition, Fourth Impression. pp: Rebound in full red leather covered boards, gilt trim and decoration on spine, title stamped in gilt. All edges gilt. The book includes the Preface to the First, or Kilmarnock Edition ofthe Dedication by Burns to the Second, or Edinburgh Edition of London: Frederick Warne and Company.
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The Glenlee is a three masted barque, launched in She is now a museum ship at Yorkhill Quay, Glasgow, known as "The Tall Ship", at Glasgow Harbour.
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The letters pdf written between and and cover the time of her travel with her husband (Frederick Broomie) to New Zealand and life on a colonial sheep-station at their homestead "Broomielaw", located in the Province of Canterbury, South Island of New Zealand.The 'Broomielaw' arrived at Launceston, Tasmania on March 31st Amongst the ' Scotch immigrants' were Lachlan McInnes, Mary McInnes (nee Brown) and their young baby Mary McInnes, who was born at sea, on 25 Marchjust before the ship arrived in port.Memorial of the petitioners to Parliament, for additional ebook in the management of the Broomielaw Harbour and navigation of the River Clyde.
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