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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1671

    presenly possest be Mr. John Simpsoune . . . conforme to umquhill Mr. William Struthers mortificatioune. 3 June 1671. Warrand, Abercrombie, Blair . Ordaines the thesaurer to have ane warrand for the sowme of ane hundreth markis payit out to

    Index, A

    Abel , John, 306. Aberbrothwick , Commendator of, 2028. Abercrombie , Andrew, 1328. Aberdeen , 289, 297, 322, 324, 992, 1001, 1014, 1081, 1093, 1197, 1204, 1231, 1570. Accuna , Don Juan, 1653, 1663. Admiral , Lord, of England, see

    Index, A, 01 January 1730-31 December 1730

    Proprietor of the Bahamas, document signed by, 168. Abercrombie , James, Attorney General of Car. S., appointment of, 570. Act of Parliament , for establishing an agreement with seven of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina etc ., 240 I, 253,

    Volume 219, January 4-December 22, 1718, 04 January 1718-22 December 1718

    to seize goods liable to forfeiture. Minuted: 3 Mar. 1717 18. To Commrs. Cust. page. 8 March 24. Do. Alexr. Abercrombie - Do. In favour of James Ogilvie, Controller at Wigtoun, for better employment. Minuted: 14th April 1718. My Lords

    Appendix No. 2, August, 1710, 01 August 1710-31 August 1710

    28 August 1710. [Minute hereon ] Examine the precedents . Angier, Burrage: [his petition ] read : 29 Aug. 1710. Abercrombie, Capt. Alexr.: vide Douglas, infra , p. 587. Aberdeen town: vide Douglas. T 4/18, p. 1. Aug. 19. B.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhaid iddo fod. {ira aymnerodd ffrwydriad tra gofidus yn ei ganlYn- yn iadau le, ddydd Sadwrn diweddaf, yn mhwll glo Abercrombie, rhwng AberdAr a Mountain Ash. Perthynai i Mri. Davies a'i feibion. Ymddengys ,m- i'r ffrwydriad gymeryd lle pan oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... ... 0 5 0 Mr. Samuel Jones, Brunswick Villa, St. Domingo Grove ... ... 0 5 0 Dr. Gee, Abercrombie square -. O 10 0 Mr. J. Pierce, Falkner street ... 0 10 0 Mr. David Jones, Bentley Road Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Power. (Mliller). 6d. 256. Aids to the Students of Bible. (2 copies). Gd. 257. Chas. Dickens' Speeches. 6d. 258. Abercrombie on the Moral Feelings. 6d. NODIAD. Ar dderbyniad archeb, anfonir bill yn cynuvs v c'udiad os gyda'r post, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tIe should always protest npi7sqt thei neioun, that lye were never to engage the enemy viit;out aii equality of cavalry. Abercrombie had but 150 drgosions, lwhen he beat the French in Egypt, though they had lQ90 i and, at Maida, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. 'I HOUSE OF LORDS. Mimda,, Feb. 13.- Se;eral privite Bills were farwarded ith thlat esvctlve stages.-.-Adjourned., Tuesday9 Feb. 14. The Rbyal AsFent was given by Commission to tord Boring- aOD's Divorce Bill. Basseti's Divorce Bill svs read Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ABERCROMBY, James (1707-75), of Brucefield, Clackmannan.

    thirty years’ service ... and your Administration the merit of carrying into execution what may be found beneficial therein ...’ Abercrombie was apparently interviewed either by Grenville or Jenkinson, but received no pension, and of his revenue scheme nothing further

    DUFF, Hon. James (1729-1809), of Duff House, Banff. and Mar Lodge, Aberdeen.

    Col. James Abercrombie, the sitting Member and Argyll’s friend, was obliged to withdraw.Listed by Dupplin among ‘Whigs’ doubtful’, Duff soon declared himself. At the Elgin Burghs by-election in autumn 1754, he agreed to transfer the Duff interest from Abercrombie to

    JONES, Thomas (1765-1811), of Stanley Hall, Salop.

    JONES, Thomas (1765-1811), of Stanley Hall, Salop. Constituency Dates Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1790 June 1791 Denbigh Boroughs 12 Jan. 1797 261802 Athlone 22 Aug. 1803 261806 Shrewsbury 1807 26 Nov. 1811 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Denb. 1792-3. Biography Jones

 

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