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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1682

    payment of any cess, and that they had cleared comptis with Sir William Sharp and James Oswald. Warrand, Johnstoun, New Green . Ordains John Johnstoun to pay to Robert Rae the sowm of four thousand merkis, for his ten aikeris

    Extracts from the accounts, 1680-1690

    Bryce, in name of St. Nicholas hospitall, for severall yeirs few duty of some lands taken in to the New Green, conform to the provestis ordour and his discharge, 50 13 4 Item, to the trumpeteris that waited upon the

    Extracts from the records, 1684

    the haill drawen teynds of the aikers abowt the toun, with what is inclosed in yairds and in the New Green, formerly drawen be the archbishop and his predecessouris, subscrivit, and that in place of ane former tack made be

    Index of subjects and places

    lord Cochrane , 271; of ladies Crawford of Kilburnie and Blackhall, 288; of archbishops, 367, 413. Burn crooks at New Green , 51, 53, 61, 149. Burnt barns , 114; lands to be rebuilt, 287 8. Burntisland , pier of,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IVE Shillings lewnardi--LOST olt of N C su'iiiag (lypoired in L the P'ersoloe Road), onl ',Ihor.any Ienilig loot, a New Green Silk UMBRtELLA.-Wlhoever Ivill retni-rtilte onion to Peel Cottage, 40). Gooch Street, liligIlagll, slihill reeive tbeRll ov tewarird. [cl][52 T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and daughters of England to render public the ill effects of wearing garments of the colour called " The New Green, " at present extensively sold. I ordered a morning costume of this about a fortnight ago, at a first-class Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grenst, Slate, Bronrz, Peacock, Light Terra-cotta, Sapphire, Olive, Resida, Fawn, Myrtle, Crimron, Moes Green, Drab, Tahac, ClaretXuby, Electric, Grey, New Green, Golden Brown, Mid- brown. and ieux Rose. Sale Price, In. 4%2d. yard. ior &-022 6Ld HANDSOME BORDERED DRESS ROBES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bronze, Peacocle Li'ght Terra- cotta, Sapphire, Olive, Resida, Fawn, Myrtle, Crimson, Mlosm Green, Drab, Tabac, Claret, Ruby, Electric, Grey, New Green, Golden Brown, Mid-brown, and Vieux Rose. Sale Price, Is. 4'2d. yard. Lot B.-22s. 6d. HANDSOME BORDERED DRESS ROBES FOB Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Slate, Bronze, Peacock, Light Tera-cotta. Sapphire. Olive, Resida, Fawn, Myrtle, Crimson, Moss Green, Drab, Tabac, Claret, Ruby, Electric, Grey, New Green, - Golden Brown, Mid-brown, and Vieu Rose. Sale Price, Is. 4Vd. yard. LoT 8.-22s. 6d. . HANDSOME BORDERED DRESS Subscribers-only content

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