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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1569, July-December

    his office. 7 September 1569 . Villa, passage North Loch . The baillies and counsale, vnderstanding that James Nycholsone, writer, and vtheris nychtbouris quhilkis hes thair landis boundit to the North Loch of this burgh, hes bigit yairdis, and ar

    Extracts from the Records, 1565, Jan-June

    to Thomas Cok, thair in Leyth, thair litill new bigit hous vpoun the wallis of the toun at the North Loch," for three merks of yearly mail, and that in consideration of his long service in the town's affairs, and

    Extracts from the Records, 1586, Oct-Dec

    repair all necessaris about the towne, speciallie the ports and the towne wall at the west end of the North Loch, and to caus big and fowsie the sam for stopping all passage thairat. Siclyke, to caus the Freir port

    Extracts from the Records, 1568, July-December

    1568, July-December 17 July 1568 . North Loch . [The bailies and council, ] vnderstanding that thair North Loche is dry and passable bayth be man and hors at the west end thairof; for remeid quhairof thay ordanit Jhonn Harwod,

    Extracts from the Records, 1573, Oct-Dec

    The baillies and counsale foresaid ordanis James Ros, thesaurer, with all deligence possebill, to dampt and hald in the North Loch to the hieast clouse, to eik, mend, and repair the mettis and messouris of the toun and of Leith,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in all parts of tire counirty, fnu arsongst othor's the image of St. Giles was first drowned in the North Loch, and afterwards burtiet. ( Laurhter.) A forrth of Knox's precursors was Atexander Elesin. Knox Ras me entioned iis name Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eustle confronted the present, at tile west end of' Princes Street, and the Forth rolled along the IIOw drained North Loch. Such is the gateway floul the north to Lyons-that a city, so famed for its Christian bisilops, nId its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It Ile ci tre Of t liecity, tliat is to say, when the uiiiiel betwecii Scotlasu Street anil the North Loch is completed, anid which is now progress- ing.-Caledoniaun Mercuory. In the Quebec Mecrcninre of October 10, we fiad tIhe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reputed to have walked is solemn possession to wit- ness the Girling carried os by the cit-soos in tha North Loch (now Prmces-street Gardens). E__iabar___> c urler. since that time have always held their own la the game, many of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    writeas think improvements in the mode of carrying into effect. The idea of a fountain and statues in the North Loch seems to be generally disliked, as wanting in grandeur and effect ; nor is a tower on Arthur Seat, Subscribers-only content

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