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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    viggour as if thie airrwe !il been enai ted ill tie Cnrtes Does not this form, mlr oihbe respert, vain aird ridicOllo- at leili; point oat Oire respect entertainred for that body il >ps1lr Di- it I niot sttiopoae the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tgto Rome to Asne'rri uslidtio 'Vme. ltverys wva thecometaninri of prostitotes ? le 'sokit tihe'3l'aruie4 iC/itoifies itroes, &c. every dcv, Aird was' he tri t " annswevr'abi for all rite parnrzrc.ths in these and other phpers ? Tire nctforio tac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hosuse,shicii they dld, to the amount rrf jtem-cel 2 and V lA) en; trity expelled four of ply inrant |kilrdi-n, aird may vtes ancts ; the officers brnlce cpen my cellairs; drailrr all msV Witl(': they rordered t he tcnit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the c i nut off frdrn- P4vtiit1y vith the bosoms and businesses of men." Insteiai df 'rei iizig to be Aird up beyond theik hahit aI feelifg hf stately i1-, nity, they wished to have - the springs of ou'r Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Paddington Paddington Green

    scheme replaced most of the houses between St. Mary 's Terrace and Harrow Road with the yellow-brick blocks of John Aird Court. The estate stretched north from Porteus Road , which became a cul-de-sac, across Fulham Place, which formed a

    Index A-J

    Ailsa , marquess of, see Kennedy Ainger , Thos., min. of Hampstead , Ainger Rd . , Ainsworth (est.) , Aird , Sir John , Bt., Airey , Julius Talbot , Ajax Rd. , Albany (flats) , Albert Pk. ,

    Hackney Education

    63 before its lease as a classical school in 1830 to Donald Aird , who advertised its grandeur and previously had taught in St. Thomas 's Square. Aird may have added some buildings and apparently used Salomon's 'synagogue' as a

    Index A-J

    , Adley Street , Agapemonites , pls . Ailbrith , Ainsworth , Rob., Ainsworth (formerly St. Thomas 's) Rd. , Aird , Donald, Akers , Revd. Geo., Albert , Sarah, Albert Rd . East , Albert Street , see Wardle

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1585, Oct-Dec

    toun for seruing in the said place, and in cais of refuis to crave that maister Michaell Cranstoun or Williame Aird may be haid, bot to declair to his Majestie that the pepill is all bent vpone Johne Carnis, and

    Extracts from the records, 1670

    town council on 15th May, 1691, to "John Aird, elder, and Grissell Nisbet, spouses, in liferent, and John Aird, younger, their son, in fee" (MS. Council Records, xiii., pp. 147, 191). John Aird, younger, who was five times provost of

    Acts, 1835

    the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Signed in our name, in our presence, and by our appointment. William Aird Thomson, Moderator . V. Sess. 10, May 30, 1835. Commission of the General Assembly to certain Ministers and Ruling

    General Index , A, 01 January 1770-31 December 1172

    on the coast of Africa word given by, not only ministerially but as a gentleman Ainslie , Lieut.-Col. George, passport Aird , John, Esq., appointment Akerman , Mr., letter to Alamanu , the Albania , Turks from, pour into the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 March 1654-31 December 1654

    judgments in Registrars of Ad vance of money , committee for Adworth , Rob. Africa Agarsley Park Agenor , Geo. Aird , Mr. Aix-la-Chapelle letter dated from Alberry , Mr. Alby , co. Norfolk, minister of Aldborough bay letter dated Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 April 1785, 5 April 1785

    5. ;»xi 25 Geo. lit. journals #/ /$<? Houfe 0/* Lords. 223 Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords following : E. ^/zzzzrorzz. E. 0*/YW Ssf Mzir/zzzzzj'r. L. Sjz/zz<?y. L. A/zzg. L. oY<2zy2/zz/Y. Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1820, 27 June 1820

    of Caldwallslone, and others contained in •* the said Deed of Entail, for certain Parts of the Lands " of Aird, and for the Lands of Glenshalloch, and others, Vol. LIU. " to be vested in the said Sir James Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1820, 28 June 1820

    Lands of Caldwallstone, and others, contained in the said Deed of Entail, for certain Parts of the Lands ' of Aird, and for the Lands of Glenshalloch, and others, * to be vested in the said Sir James Fergusson, and Subscribers-only content

    15 July 1820, 15 July 1820

    the Lands of Caldwallstone, and others, contained in the " said Deed of Entail, for certain Parts of the Landsof Aird, " and for the Lands of Glenshalloch, and others, to be " vested in the said Sir James Fergusson Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    BILLS—co^mweof. ^^3 III. Clauses: (1.)—kidded to IMs on .Reports, a«dy«rtAer Co««der^/ow 0/ i?ejoort^—continued. 107. Spirits : To prohibit the distillation of Spirits from wheat in Ireland; " Allowing the Act to be repealed or altered during the present Session;" Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DALRYMPLE, John (aft.1699-1742), of Aird and Bardland, Wigtown.

    (aft.1699-1742), of Aird and Bardland, Wigtown. Constituency Dates Wigtown Burghs 16 Mar. 1728 1734 Ofifces Held Cornet 2 Drags. June 1720; capt.-lt. 6 Drags. Dec. 1720, capt. 1726, half-pay 1729, capt. 1736-d. Biography John Dalrymple, who was said to be

    RODGER (ROGER), Robert (c.1650-aft.1715), of Glasgow

    GLASGOW BURGHS). He stood against Smith for the provostship in 1711, carrying the election with the assistance of Aird and his partisans. Aird and Rodger alternated in office throughout this period, and one historian of Glasgow’s municipal politics has attributed

    SMITH, Thomas II (d. 1716), of Glasgow

    when there was ‘much heat, and talk, and partying’. Smith failed to secure the endorsement of the outgoing provost, John Aird, who supported the victorious Rodger. In terms of performance at Westminster, however, there was no comparison: Smith outshone Rodger

 

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