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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1656

    by fyre in Edinbrughe, in October and November, 1654, appoyntis Baillie Andersoune and the dein of gild to attend the Laighe Kirk; Baillie Walkingschaw and Robert Hamiltowne, the Blackfreir Kirk; Baillie Neilsoune, the dekin conveinar, Patrick Park and Johne Hall,

    Extracts from the records, 1658

    1658. Walkingschaw, commissionar . Baillie Walkingschaw is electit commissionar to the nixt generall conventioune of burrowis . . . and Baillie Neilsone is choysine to be his assessour. 3 July 1658. Weiklie intelligence . Recomendes to Baillie Walkinshaw to agrie

    Extracts from the Records, 1581, Apr-June

    Ordanis Jhone Syme, baillie, to discharge the birning of baynis within this burgh for seruing the cungyiehous, in consideratioun of the pestiferous savour and vther incommoditeis arrysand thairthrew. 10 May 1581. Toun wall, justice clerk. Alexander Wddart, baillie, conform to

    Extracts from the records, 1660

    anent the electioune of their deacon, befor the said Baillie Colquhoune and deane of gil d, to the effect they might mak their report theranent; and the said James Colquhoune, baillie, and James Barnes, deane of gild, having made their

    Extracts from the records, 1659

    Gray, master of work. ] 15 October 1659. Baillie in Gorballes . Johne Ker for this burgh is electit baillie of Gorballes for ane year enshewing. Heigh Kirk . Recommends to Baillie Colquhoune, deane of gild, and deacon conveinar, to

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ealing and Brentford Other estates

    from him by John Campbell , duke of Argyll (d. 1806), who sold it in 1791 to James Baillie (d. 1793). Baillie devised Ealing Grove to his wife Colin for life, but she immediately conveyed it to their eldest son

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Croxden

    chronicle not printed in Coll . Top. et Gen . ii. 297-310, or Dugdale, Mon . vi. 661-2); P. K. Baillie Reynolds, Croxden Abbey (Min. of Public Building and Works). For views see plate on facing page. B.M., Cott .

    Hendon Growth after 1850

    the Orchard, both designed by Unwin, and a quadrangle of flats for single working women called Waterlow Court, designed by Baillie Scott in 1909 . On the edge of the estate, at Temple Fortune , two impressive blocks of shops


    Ltd. Baguley , E. E. Ltd. Baguley , Ernest Baguley Cars Ltd. Baguley Engineers Ltd. Bailey : Clara Emma Marian Baillie : Mic. Evan, Baron Burton Nellie Lisa, Baroness Burton , see Bas s Bakewell , Revd. Thos. Ballard ,

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    and work upon it, formerly made very defensive. As soon as we came thither, I received a message from General Baillie desiring some capitulation. To which I yielded. Considering the strength of the pass, and that I could not go

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ddwyn amryw welliantau i'r mesetr mewn pwyllgor. TY Y CYFFSEDIN, Dydd Mawrtb.-Yn nechreu yr *eisted. iai heddywv, cymerod*i Mr. Baillie Cochrane, yr -hun a ddewviswyd yn lle y diweddar Syr J. Simeon yn aelud droa yr IAde of Wight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Ernest Jones, Peter M gaeu!, Davidr Hughes, WeilliarPovah, all of 'Glairafon, and- Rev. Johii Williams, Chester; Mr. E. J. Baillie, Cbester, and Mr. Robert Sauvage, lWrexbam, were appointed to iigru a note of hand to be renewed on.Glan. rafon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to illness in the faimly of the Rev H ; Williams, but at Rhostyllen, January 27th, Mr Edmund - J Baillie, the moderator, in the chair, 1 The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. 2 A vote Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    report was submitted by the Rev Richard r Jones, and John Thomas, Edward Jones, W R ei Evans, B J Baillie, and Richard Jones (convener) J were appointed to prepare a new visitation schedule. Ir 4 The following plan of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ys2. LA=NCASHIE, &e., PRESBYTERY.-Tbe Quarterly Meeting of the above Presbytery was held at Two Mills, July 28dh; Mr .zdward J Baillie, moderator, in the chair. I The minates of last meeting were read and Confi rn-r. 2 The suggestion thrown Subscribers-only content


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