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" James Hodge, who lives in the first close above the Cross, on the west side of the street, Glasgow, continues to sell burying Crapes ready made; and his wife's niece, who lives with him, dresses dead Corpses at as cheap a rate as was formerly done by... "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 141
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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Chronicles of saint Mungo: or, Antiquities and traditions of Glasgow

Kentigern (st.) - 1843
...the first close above the ' Cross, on the west side of the street, Glasgow, continues to sell burying Crapes ready made; and his wife's niece, who lives...by her, and perfected at Edinburgh, from whence she is lately arrived, and has all the newest and best fashions." The following is a most earnest and convincing...
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Glasgow and Its Clubs: Or, Glimpses of the Condition, Manners, Characters ...

John Strang - Clubs - 1856 - 599 pages
...above the Cross, on the west side of the High-street, continues to sell burying-crapes ready-made; and his wife's niece, who lives with him, dresses...brought with her all the newest and best fashions." In 1789, " Miss Christy Dunlop, Leopardcloss, High-street, dresses the dead as usual in the most fashionable...
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Ten thousand wonderful things

Edmund Fillingham King - 1859
...the first close above the Cross, on the west side of the street, Glasgow, continues to sell burying Crapes ready made; and his wife's niece, who lives...by her, and perfected at Edinburgh, from whence she is lately arrived, and has all the newest and best fashions." COMMON USE OP PLATE IN THE TIME OF HENBY...
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Glasghu facies : a view of the city of Glasgow; or, An account og its origin ...

John M'Ure - 1872
...the street, Glasgow, continues to sell burying Crapes ready made ; and his wife's niece, who fives with him, dresses dead Corpses at as cheap a rate...by her, and perfected at Edinburgh, from whence she is lately arrived, and has all the newest and best fashions. The following is a most earnest and convincing...
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Memories of Our Great Towns: With Anecdotic Gleanings Concerning Their ...

John Doran - Cities and towns - 1878 - 449 pages
...in the first closs above the Cross, on the west side of the High-street, continues to sell burying crapes ready made ; and his wife's niece, who lives...having been educated by her and perfected at Edinburgh, whence she has lately arrived, and brought with her all the newest and best fashions.' In 1789 we are...
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The History of Glasgow

George MacGregor - Glasgow (Scotland) - 1881 - 547 pages
...to announce that he continued to sell burying crapes ready made, and also that " his wife's neice, who lives with him, dresses dead corpses at as cheap...by her, and perfected at Edinburgh, from whence she is lately arrived, and has all the newest and best fashions." A barber in the city, on the 16th of...
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The Medical Current, Volume 5

Eugene F. Starke, Wilson A. Smith, Wesley A. Dunn - Medicine - 1889
...us that "James Hodges of Glasgow, continues to sell burying crapes ready made, and his wife's niece dresses dead corpses at as cheap a rate as was formerly done hy her aunt, having not only been educated by her, but perfected in Edinburgh, from whence she has...
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Weekly Medical Review, Volume 19

Medicine - 1889
...following advertisement: "James Hodges continues to sell burying crapes ready made, and his wife's niece dresses dead corpses at as cheap a rate as was formerly done by her aunt, having not only been educated by her, but perfected in Edinburgh, from whence she has recently arrived with...
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Ten Thousand Wonderful Things: Comprising Whatever is Marvellous and Rare ...

Edmund Fillingham King - Curiosities and wonders - 1894 - 684 pages
...street, Glasgow, continues to sell burying Crapes ready made ; and his wife's niece, who lives with liim, dresses dead Corpses at as cheap a rate as was formerly...by her, and perfected at Edinburgh, from whence she is lately arrived, and has all the newest and best fashions." COMMON USE OF PLATE IN THE TIME OF HENEY...
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Medical Sentinel, Volume 12

1904
...the flrst close above the Cross, on the west side of the street, Glasgow, continues to sell burying crapes ready made, and his wife's niece, who lives...by her, and perfected at Edinburgh, from whence she is lately arrived, and has a'l the newest and best fashions." ADENOIDS By ADOLPH BLITZ, MD Boise, Idaho...
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