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Rutherglen

(rŭth`ərglĕn), town (1991 pop. 24,900), South Lanarkshire, S central Scotland, on the Clyde River. Manufactures include chemicals, paper, textiles, and metal products. Rutherglen became a royal burgh in 1126 and was for some time one of the leading Clyde ports. There, in 1679, the CovenantersCovenanters
, in Scottish history, groups of Presbyterians bound by oath to sustain each other in the defense of their religion. The first formal Covenant was signed in 1557, signaling the beginning of the Protestant effort to seize power in Scotland.
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 published the Declaration and Testament which preceded the battles of Drumclog and Bothwell Bridge.
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If you are looking for ways to keep active then head to Rutherglen.
Rutherglen Town Hall, 139 Main St, Rutherglen, Glasgow G73 2JJ, Wednesday, March 14, 10am to 7pm, ?
Kello Rovers' first game after a long lay off did not go to plan as they travelled to Rutherglen Glencairn.
The Australian and Victorian Governments are investing $4 million in a project to take trucks and heavy vehicles off local roads in central Rutherglen in Victorias north east.
I am disabled with poor health and live more than 400 miles away from my 92-year-old mother, who is a resident of David Walker Gardens in Rutherglen.
Transnational civil litigation is an intersection between three branches of law that each have notoriously fuzzy and shifting boundaries, says Rutherglen, and the goal it to identify principles at the right level of generality that can guide decisions by courts, planning by private parties, and policy decisions of public officials.
The company became the first tenant at One Rutherglen Links, a PS5m development built by Clyde Gateway on a formerly vacant and derelict site just a matter of yards from Rutherglen's Main Street and busy railway station.
Columbia Forest Products is reopening its Rutherglen veneer mill, east of North Bay, after a five-year shutdown.
The service at St Columbkilles Church in Rutherglen, near Glasgow, will be led by Bishops Joseph Toal, Peter Moran and Archbishop Leo Cushley and will feature African drummers and singers, an Indian choir and music from Latin America.
THE WELSH PHOTOGRAPHERS James O Jenkins Project title: Rutherglen The civil engineering firm of Andrew Scott was founded in Scotland during the latter half of the 19th century by my great, great grandfather Thomas Scott.
Alex Salmond put forward his arguments for independence during a public meeting of the Scottish cabinet in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire.
Not as much | The Rutherglen depth as some, but hey as a change in pace for the Stilton at less than a fiver what's not to like.