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  • establishment of extensive iron-works, noted for the quality of their product, developed a prosperous town, which was incorporated with Coatbridge (q.v.) in 1885.
    510 bytes (66 words) - 02:37, 4 June 2012
  • passes within 1 m. of the town), as well as by the Caledonia railway via Coatbridge and Whifflet. The canal was constructed between 1761 and 1790, and connects
    266 bytes (215 words) - 13:56, 8 March 2013
  • Coalition Coal-Tar Coalville Coast Coast Defence Coastguard Coasting Coatbridge Coatesville Coati Cob Cobalt Cobaltite Cobán Cobar Cobb, Howell Cobbett
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  • railway construction, and marrying his landlady, returned to work first at Coatbridge in Scotland for six months, then at the Pembroke Collieries near Sunderland
    364 bytes (989 words) - 02:50, 25 October 2013
  • University, and settled down as a teacher at Langloan Public School, Coatbridge. But within a month of the declaration of war he saw his duty clear, threw
    300 bytes (5,844 words) - 12:22, 11 January 2016
  • (with 5.438%) and Leith (with 4.481). Irish-born were most in evidence in Coatbridge (with 15.158 in every 100), Partick (with 12.05) and Govan (with 11.51)
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  • given rise to many busy towns such as Glasgow, Motherwell, Hamilton, Coatbridge, and Airdrie; fireclay, shale, and lead are also found; the soil is various;
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  • more had not illness or accident prevented. Alexander Watson was born at Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, 4th November, 1846. His height is 5ft. 6½ in.; weight, 10
    399 bytes (37,837 words) - 12:07, 19 October 2015
  • The Prime Minister: I will take one more intervention. Mr Tom Clarke (Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill) (Lab): Will the Prime Minister reflect on the
    902 bytes (100,191 words) - 11:11, 3 September 2013