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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1578, June

    Kirks of Sanct Andrews and Dunkeld. Mr John Spotswood: Lothian from Stirling to the Water of Leith. Mr David Lindsay: From the Water of Leith to Cockburnspeth. John Clapperton: Merce and Lammer Muir. Mr Andrew Cleyhills: Tivio tdale. John Brand:

    Acts and Proceedings, 1576, April

    Sanct Andrews and Dunkeld. The Superintendent of Lothian, From Stirline to the Water of Leith. Mr James Lowson, Mr David Lindsay: From the Water of Leith to Cockburnes Peth inclusive. John Clapperton, Minister of Coldstreem: Of Merce and Lamermuir. Mr

    Appendix, Abstracts of charters and other documents

    liberty to cast and carry away the earth and gravel lying upon the bank or shore of the Water of Leith for enlarging their 'Port of Leith whenever and as often as they pleased, to place a bridge over the

    Table of contents

    [ Ib. fol . 185, 186 ] , 418 May 24. Necessaries furnished to those shut up at Water of Leith; keeping ports; mode of subscribing testimonials [ Ib. fol . 186 ] , 419 May 26. Gibbet to be

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Mr. Gladstone in Scotla nd., 1890

    of our walks together, Chalmers took me down to see one of his districts which was by the Water of Leith ; and I remember we went into one or more of the cottages. He went in with smiling countenance, Subscribers-only content

    How Edinburgh is governed: a handbook for citizens., 1891

    drains into the Lochrin Burn , another into the Broughton Burn , both of which fall into the Water of Leith sewer; a third, the central district, drains into the Craigentinny Burn ; while the outlet for the south side Subscribers-only content

    How Edinburgh is governed: a handbook for citizens., 1891

    Powburn drainage scheme, the expense of which is to be paid in fifteen years. The drainage of the Water of Leith is now in the hands of special Commissioners dealing with that question, and will be re¬ ferred to again. Subscribers-only content

    How Edinburgh is governed: a handbook for citizens., 1891

    cleansing is expected to cost more, while large contributions have to be made for the purification of the Water of Leith and to the sinking fund for the purchase of the mill-lades there. These taxes are payable to the Collector Subscribers-only content

    How Edinburgh is governed: a handbook for citizens., 1891

    drains, includ¬ ing contribution for the new Water of Leith sewer, 036 Registering births, & c, 002 Valuing property, & c, 002 Registering voters, & c, 004 Preventing the sale of diseased meat, 002 Public health precautions, & c, o Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 1 0 1 0 15 6 Musselburgh, March 14 ............... 0 3 0 0 3 446 198 Water of Leith, March 14 ............ 5 13 2 2 14 31 13 Canon Mills, March14 ............. 0 3 2 0 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 2 0 2 1 6 1 Porto Bello, March20. . 3 0 1 0 3 35 20 Water of Leith, March 2.... 4 0 0 0 3 48 24 Bonnington.-h arch 21 . .......... 0 3 0 0 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *Newcastle, Marcc 29 ............. Ely, Canbridgeshire, MarcIl 30. South Shields, March 29. Portobello, March 28....... Edinburgh, March 28............. Water of Leith, March 28.............. Canon Mills, March 28 .............. Stockbridge, March 28 ......... Greenock, March 28 .................. *Musselburgli, March28 .............. *West Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spirit dealer- J. Gilkison, Glaogaw, mnerchact-R. Watt, Jehusrone, coteon spinner-A. L~ow, Dundee, mnerchant-W. Young, Dundee, watchmaker- H. Smaili, Water of Leith, near Edinburgh, carter. Frfday, flMop 21. WAR OFFICE. MAr 21. 17th Light Dragoons-Lieut. F. Burdett, to he Capt. by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holborn, and before the flames were got under a great deal of property was destroyed. At Edinburgh the Water of Leith Flour Mills were burned down, the loss being estimated at £2,000. Another frightful suicide, similar to that which took Subscribers-only content

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