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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1538

    cuming that the gres be sawld at the fute of the kirk yaird. Item, that the gres at the Nether Bow and mercatt thairof be remouit and vsit in tyme cuming at the hill and entrie to the Blackfreiris; and

    Extracts from the Records, 1586, Oct-Dec

    yeirly quhill forther ordour be tayne with thame heiranent. 2 November 1586. Candill at the Nether Bow . Ordanis the porter of the Nether Bow to licht and haif candill nichtlie thairat at the tymes vset in the bowatt hung

    Extracts from the Records, 1537

    Bassenden rentalit in the volt at the Nether Bow. The quhilk day, the president baillies counsall and communitie hes gevin and grantit to James Bassenden the north wolt of thair Nether Bow to be his buith in tyme cummyng, and

    Extracts from the Records, 1588, Jan-Mar

    nic htbouris of the town, of the number of fourty persouns, thairof xx persouns to be sent to the Nether Bow, and xx to the West Port, to continew about throw the quarteris quhill thai be discharget, and that the

    Extracts from the Records, 1570, Jan-June

    quhill sevin houris at evin viij men, foure of thame at the West Port and vther foure at the Nether Bow, and the nycht wache, being in nowmer xxiiij personis, to begyn at vij houris at evin and to continew

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tho .Esitoe*"s Cheair," in the tacntla- r man's Atagzicne,for June. TE= TEMPLE BAR or EDINBURGH.-The interesting locality of the Nether Bow takes its name from the city gate, known as the NetherBow Port, iu contradis- tinction to the Upper Bow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    il t he principal geographical societies of Europe. ri- THs T8EMPLE BAR OF EriINBoljU-RTGhe d, interesting locality of the Nether Bow takes its name 1ra5 h the city gate, known as the NetherBowPort ia eo d tinction to the Upper Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    refreshbment-roOm keeper named James Gralit asecnded a temporary pulpit erected in the Grassmiarket nearly o1iposito the foot of the Nether Bow, and beganl to read thje Bible to a small circle of well-rlressed hearers. As bc.went on, his audience became Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presentation of the hill of Parnassus, and of the Aluses, with several other curious inventions ; and at the Nether Bow was another theatre, curiously painted, wvith a re. presentation and description of the planets, and other fine conceits; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t scriptions for the erection of a monument to John Knox, on t at the well-know-n spot at the Nether Bow where the illus- trious Reformer lived and died. The monumental structure I is to consist of a tower, with Subscribers-only content

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