Glasgow post-office directory [afterw.] Post office Glasgow directory, Volume 39

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Pagina 17 - Hydrometer, for every Gallon of the Strength of Proof by such Hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater or less Strength than the Strength of Proof, and for any greater or less Quantity than a Gallon...
Pagina 17 - Sykes's hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater or less strength than the strength of proof, and for any greater or less quantity than a gallon, viz. : — Not being Spirits or strong Waters...
Pagina 26 - And if the whole sum insured shall exceed 100/., then for every 100/., and also for any fractional part of 100/. whereof the same shall consist...
Pagina 28 - Proviso that, in such latter case, the duplicate shall not be available unless stamped with a stamp for denoting the payment of the full duty on the original Deed, which shall be impressed upon such duplicate being produced with the original Deed, the whole being duly executed and duly stamped in all other respects. NOTE. — By 16 & 17 Vic., cap. 59, sec. 12, this proviso is not to apply to counterparts of leases, unless signed by grantor or lessor. EXCHANGE.— See Partition. FEOFFMENT...
Pagina 28 - Shillings or upwards, lying in any Dock or Port or in any Warehouse in which Goods are stored or deposited on Rent or Hire, or upon any Wharf, such...
Pagina 36 - ... to any deceased person at the time of his death on obligation or other specialty, shall be estate and effects of the deceased, within the jurisdiction of Her Majesty's Court of Probate in England or Ireland...
Pagina 17 - Other Spirits, being sweetened or mixed, so that the Degree of Strength cannot be ascertained as aforesaid...
Pagina 8 - D, leaving a protuberance similar to that at A : so that the tide A is produced by the waters receding from the earth, and the tide D by the earth receding from the waters. The influence of the sun on the tides is less than that of the moon ; for observe, that the tides rise in consequence of the moon attracting one part of the waters more forcibly than another part : it is this inequality of attraction which produces full and ebb tides. Now the distance of the sun is so great, that the whole globe...
Pagina 9 - In 1878, there will be two Eclipses of the Sun and two of the Moon.
Pagina 17 - Mauritius, and rum of and from any British possession within the limits of the East India Company's charter, in regard to which the conditions of the Act 4 Viet.

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