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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i wneyd archwil- iad ar lenydd India, lie y bwriedir cael araryw borthladdoedd newyddion. Bu farw dynes ieuanc yn ysbytty Alloa, dydd Sadwrn, pan o dan driniaeth feddygol trwy ddylan- wad chloroform yr hwn a weinyddwyd iddi gan y meddygon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn agos i'r lle a elwir Clackmannan. Cymeryd gwerth swIlt neu fwv o daith i dref fechan brysur o'r enw Alloa, a cbael allan nad yw Clackmannan I ond rhyw bentref go fawr yn yr ardal, ac i mai yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am ils from the surface, live in a temperature (80 to 83) hiher than that of Jamaica. Mr. Bald of Alloa published some facts in the Edin- burgh Philosophical Journal some years ago, and Mr. Daubuisson gives others-relating to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fitri-sbed OdboUiftwelve months ago, by a correspondent, with an account of an experiment tried by a trades- man's son it Alloa, of immuring a toad in a small flower-pot. sitnk deep in a garden,, to ascertain the fact of that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sea presented a terrific aspect, and soon after eight o'clock a Scotch sloop, the Janet and Agnes, from London to Alloa, laden with a general cargo, appeared in sight, and dropped anchor in the roads, the billows rising in the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1754, 1 March 1754

    Scots Pint of Ale and Beer, " brewed for Sale, vended, or fold, within the Town " and Barony of Alloa, in the County of Clackmannan; " and alfo a Duty of Anchorage for Ships and Veffels ** anchoring in Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1754, 4 March 1754

    upon every Scots Pint of Ale and Beer, brewed for Sale, vended, or fold, within the Town and Barony of Alloa, in the County of Clackmannan, and alfo a Duty of Anchorage for Ships and Veffels anchoring in the Harbour Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1754, 12 March 1754

    informed, " That Mr. Jetmings, state this Houfe. " from the Exchequer, attended:" t feoclidale, Bhckrtone Edge, &c. Koid, Kill. Alloa Duty en Beer, Bit!, The faid Three Bills were feverally read the Fir ft Time. The Lord Willoughby of Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1754, 13 March 1754

    Pint of " Ale and Beer brewed for Sale, vended, or fold, with- " in the Town and Barony of Alloa, in the County of 4C Clackmannan; and alfo a Duty of Anchorage for «' Ships and VefTels anchoring in Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1754, 6 April 1754

    •* Scots Pint of Ale and Beer, brewed for Sale, vended, " or fold, within the Town and Barony of Alloa, in the " County of Clackmannan, and alfo a Duty of Ancho- " rage for Ships and Veffels anchoring Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ERSKINE, Thomas (?1706-66), of Alloa, Clackmannan.

    (?1706-66), of Alloa, Clackmannan. Constituency Dates Stirling Burghs 16 Mar. 1728 1734 Stirlingshire 18 June 1747 Clackmannanshire 1747 1754 Ofifces Held Capt. of Ft. 1729-34. Biography Erskine, commonly known as Lord Erskine, was at Westminister school during the rebellion which

    ABERCROMBY, George Ralph (1800-1852).

    Cumberland’s annuity, 6 June 1825. He presented petitions from Alloa against relaxation of the corn laws, 4 May 1825, Kinross-shire against interference with the Scottish banking system, 7 Apr., and Alloa for the abolition of slavery, 2 May 1826.[footnote] He

    STEIN, John (b.1769), of Canonmills, Edinburgh.

    Stein was sixth in descent from John Stein of Craigton, Alloa (d.1615). His father was a partner with his brothers John and Robert in a distillery at Kennetpans by Alloa, ruined by the distillery legislation of 1788 which excluded it

    RAMSAY, William Ramsay (1809-1850), of Barnton House, Edinburgh and Sauchie House, Stirling

    bill as the "death warrant of the constitution of Britain'. He presented a petition from voters in the parish of Alloa against its inclusion in Clackmannanshire, 3 Oct. He presented a Stirlingshire petition against repeal of the drawback on malt,

    BRUCE, Robert (1795-1864), of Kennet House, nr. Alloa, Clackmannan.

    of Kennet House, nr. Alloa, Clackmannan. Constituency Dates Clackmannanshire 1820 24 June 1824 Ofifces Held Ensign 1 Ft. Gds. 1813, lt. and capt. 1821, ret. 1824. Biography Bruce"s ancestors had owned the Kennet estate since the mid-sixteenth century. His great-grandfather,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Balliol College

    1st earl Loreburn 1923 Edward Grey , 1st visct. Grey of Fallodon 1933 Robert Younger , 1st baron Blanesburgh of Alloa 1946 Herbert Louis Samuel , 1st visct. Samuel of Mount Carmel Buildings 89 In 1284 the scholars of Balliol

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    A Weekly Newspaper, to be entitled The Edinburgh Weekly Register.

    Dz/«-? bar ; G. Johnstone, Dumfries; K, Tullis, Capar-Fife; J, Ford,? Kirkaldif; Charles Sidey, Perth; W. Anderson, Stirling; James? IVPlsack, Alloa; T. Donaldson, Dundee; Scott, St Jndrezrs; A.? Stewart, Arbroath; G. Murray, MoiHrose^ Angu5 and Son, Leslie,? and Clerk, Aberdeen, Subscribers-only content

 

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