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  • * British History Online * *

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    LXXXVIII, Charter of James VI concerning lands and barony of Glasgow (1603)

    tenandriis, liberetenentium seruitiis, omnibusque suis pertinentiis, jacentes infra vicecomitatum nos trum de Peiblis: totas et integras terras et baroniam de Ancrum, cum castris, turribus, fortaliciis, maneriebus, pomariis, hortis, siluis, molendinis, piscationibus, annexis, connexis, lie outsettis, partibus, pendiculis, tenentibus, tenandriis, liberetenentium

    LXXVIII, Charter of James VI granting in feu the lands and barony of Glasgow to Walter, Commendator of Blantyre (1587)

    liberetenentium seruitijs earundem, ac omnibus suis pertinentiis; iacentes infra viecomitatum nostrum de Lanerk: Terras et baroniam de Ancrum, terras dominicales et molendinum de Ancrum, cum castris, turribus, fortalicijs, maneriebus, pomerijs, hortis, parcis, annexis, connexis, molendinis, siluis, piscationibus, lie outsettis, partibus,

    LXXX , Charter confirming no.LXXVIII

    liberetenentium seruitiis earundem, ac omnibus suis pertinentiis; iacentibus infra vicecomitatum nostrum de Lanerk: Terris et baronia de Ancrum, terris dominicalibus et molendino de Ancrum, cum castris, turribus, fortaliciis, maneriebus, pomeriis, hortis, parcis, annexis, connexis, molendinis, siluis, piscationibus, lie outsettis, partibus,

    Border Papers volume 1, December 1585, 01 December 1585-31 December 1585

    reddie to be employit to pleasur your lordschip, quhairin lefullie the commoditie salbe presentit. And as tuiching Williame Ker of Ancrum I sall particularlie travell with him and sall see sufficient satisfactioun maid be him to your lordschip; utherwayes I Subscribers-only content

    XXXVII, Charter of James IV confirming the liberties of the Bishop (1490)

    presentis carte nostre concedimus et elargimur. Et similiter, quia nobis et dicto nostro consilio intelligere datum est quod baronie de Ancrum, Lillisleaf et Askirk in libera regalitate ex antiquo tenebantur; nos igitur, et pro causis predictis, concessimus et hac presenti

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Loudon, Hyndford, Pitfligo, Dumffries, Cromerly, Forbes, Kirkcudbright, Stirling, Stair, Saltoun, Frafer, Elgin, _ Rofeberry, Gray, Bargeny, Traquair, Glafgow, Ochiltree, Bamff, Ancrum, Portmore, Cathcart, Elibank, Weyms, Bute, Mordington, Halkertoun, Dalhoufie, Hopetoun, Semple, Belhaven, Findlater, Deloraine, Elphinfton, Abercrombie, Leven, Way. Oliphant, Rollo, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Laudeidale, Seaforth, Kinnoul, Loudon, Dummies, Stilling, Elgin, Southesk, Traquair, Ancrum, "VVeyms, " Dalhoufie, Airly, Findlater, Carnwath, Callender, Leven, Dyfert, Panmuie, Selkirk, Northefk, Kincardine, Belcprras, Forfar, Abone, - $ Ncwburgh, Kilmarnock, Dundonald, Dnnbartne, Kintoir, Broadalbin, Aberdeen, Dunmoir, Melvil, Orkney, Ruglen, M-uch, Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1725, 22 February 1726

    John Hume of Blackadder, Sir James Campbell of Aberruchill, Collin Campbell Younger of Aber- ruchill Advocate, John Scot Younger of Ancrum, and James Hume Brother to the faid Sir John Hume, their Tutors; and praying, " That the fame may Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1781, 2 February 1781

    the TwopreceJ- faid Bills, without any Amendment. ins Bi!ls- Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Sir John Scott of Ancrum, Baronet, zndPatriik Kerr of Abbotrule, Efquire, complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1781, 27 February 1781

    of Seffion in Scotland, fhall be deemed good Service. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Sir John Scott of Ancrum, Baronet, and Patrick Kerr, of Abbot- rule, Efquire, complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gentlemen of rank and eminence in the literary world. - On Saturday, the 7th current, Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, of Ancrum, was served heir by a Jury (Sir J. G. Dalyell, Chancellor), to William Graham, who qualified and voted as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Union Workhouse, 1; Liverpool, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 2 fatal; Glasgow. 53, 30 fatal; Loudon, 2, 1 fatal; stirling, 1 fatal; Ancrum, 1 fatal; New Kilpatrick, 2 fatal; Greenock, 6,3 fatal; Old Monkland, 9 fatal; Newton Dalkeith, 2 fatal; total new Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Galashiels, 7 fatal; Hamilton, 2; Riccarton, 7, 2 fatal; Old Monkland, 7, 1 fatal; Stow, 4:; Greenock, 6, 4 fatal; Ancrum, 2 fatal. Total new cases, 61; 25 deaths. TnURSDAY.-Bethnal Green Lunatic Asylum, 6, 5 fatal; Limebouse, 1; Refuge, Hackney Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G S arpe, Edge hilt, near Liverpool, ttmher teerchant. x -~ I fScoteir tSeqnaicuratilaoms^-eT 5 iller, Springbanik, Etinburglt, merchant- W Ancrum, Edinpurgh-D Leitch (deceased) Loolngilpitead, merchant-3 A Smith, Edinburgh, baker.i F yida, -Augtaa 3 War 0I0ce, Palimall, Angtatrd, j060. -G Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    said that the Conservative party have no intention of offering any opposition to the return of Sir William Scott of Ancrum to Parliament as representative of Roxburghshire. Mr Samuel Laing gives "a most emphatic contradiction " to reports which have Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOTT, Sir William, 6th bt. (1803-1871), of Ancrum, nr. Jedburgh, Roxburgh

    (1803-1871), of Ancrum, nr. Jedburgh, Roxburgh Constituency Dates Carlisle 18 Feb 1829 1830 Roxburghshire 1859 Feb 1870 Ofifces Held Ensign 51 Ft. 1822; cornet 2 Ft. Gds. 1824; half-pay capt. unattached 1826; ret. 1836. Biography The Scotts of Ancrum, like

    LOWTHER, William, Visct. Lowther (1787-1872).

    1829, when the Whig Sir James Graham succeeded Curwen, and reluctantly acquiesced in the candidature of Sir William Scott* of Ancrum for the Carlisle seat thus vacated, on which Lonsdale refused to spend.[footnote] By 15 Jan. 1829 the Lowthers knew

 

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