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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1823

    reports in the tabular from prescribed by the Assembly have been received from the following twenty-eight Presbyteries: Aberbrothock, Aberdeen, Abernethy, Aberdour, Alford, Brechin, Cupar, Dalkeith, Dunfermline, Dumbarton, Dundee, Elgin, Fordyce, Garioch, Haddington, Irvine, KincardineO'Neil, Kirkaldy, Kirkcudbright, Lanark, Lewis, Linlithgow, Lochmaben,

    Treasury Books and Papers, July 1735, 01 July 1735-31 July 1735

    grant of same, as his predecessors have done, said bank being anciently reputed as belonging to His Lordship's estate of Aberdour. 1 page. Appending: ( a. ) Said petition to the King from George, Earl of Morton. 1 page. [

    Index, J, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    298; to same, ships arrived thinks to attack Leith (26th), 303; Croft to, with caution (27th), 304; to Sadler from Aberdour, for money offered (29th Jan.), 306; styled a "young plant" by Knox, 307; retires to St Andrews, 308; Wynter Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    Aberdeen : merchants of, spoiled, 510; Huntly gets the gift of Kirks north of, 536; 630; 631; sheriffdom of, 667. Aberdour , lordship of: the Duke of Lennox claims, 653. Abergavenny , Lord: a commissioner for Fotheringay (Sept. 1586), 44; Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    of, 587; Claud Hamilton offers to give his right to the crown to, 653; claims the lordship of Dalkeith and Aberdour, ib .; the King means to make, the greatest nobleman in Scotland, 65 5; pretended marriage of, 661; at Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 March 1790, 15 March 1790

    a Bill, intituled, " An AcT; for making and re- pairing the Road from Newmiln Bridge by Foodie's Mill, Inverkeithing, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, Gallatown, " and Cameron Bridge, to Craill, and other Roads, in " the County of Fife ;** to Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1790, 16 March 1790

    intituled, " An Acl for Fife Road* making and repairing the Road from Newmiln Bridge, mi by Foodies Mill, Inverkeithing, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, Gallatown, and Cameron Bridge, to Craill, and other Roads, in the County of Fife." Ordered, That the faid Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1790, 18 March 1790

    intituled, " Ari Act for Bill> " making and repairing the Road from Newmiln Bridge, " by Foodie's Mill, Inverkeithing, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, s " Gallatown, and Cameron Bridge, to Craill, and other " Roads in the County ofFife" was committed Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1790, 22 March 1790

    An Aft for Fife Roads " making and repairing the Road from Newmiln Bridge, Blil: " by Foodie's Mill, In-verkeithing, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, *' Gailatown, and Cameron Bridge, to Craill, and other " Roads, in the County of Fife." The Queftion Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1790, 1 April 1790

    Verdon." " x\n Acl for making and repairing the " Road from Newmiln Bridge, by Foodie's Mill, Inver- " keithing, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, Gailatown, and Came- " ron Bridge, to Craill, and other Roads, in the " County of Fife" " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C0ataphell, from the Royal Mlibttry College, tl be Serond Lieut. without purchase, vice Biirdett, promoted. 71ist Foist-Ens:gn S, J. lord Aberdour, to be Lieut by pur- chase, vice Faitholme, who retires; Sir T. Erskine, Bart. to be Ensign, try oirchsse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had rest up a dccii wall within three feet of ithe wisidews of ithe stissss built by the fesars of Aberdour for their clergyman,-Lord Scafield, Mr Campbell, of Lock- nell, Lord Ailsa, Lord Cawdor, Lord Forbes, and the Duke of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    titfltuap of Jph otablf therDuonee. irlu.COLoNEL SR ROBEasRT MOUatAd , u H., died on Tuesday week, at his seat near Aberdour. N.E., in the 74th year of his age. Sir Robert wras eldest son of Robert Moubray, Esq., of Cockairny, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to tte London Library-At Pevershanm, W. Coleman, Esq, late Colleetor of the Customs, aged 8e-On the 30th nIt., at Seabank, Aberdour, in the 90th, year of her age, Mrs Corisoian Henderson -On tbe 3rd inst., at Walthiamnstow, Airs Caley, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    El extinct. Mir. Blackstok was sulfuring from heart disease, in and with his wife and family had been stayisng at Aberdour w fora month. COURT CIRCULAR. fi OSBOlrnE, Thursday.-Tho Que~en and Princess Beatrice a drove out yesterday afternoon, attended by Subscribers-only content

 

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