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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1579

    Baillies . Lytis lytit be the auld baillies and auld counsale to be presentit to my lord archbischop of Glasgw for nemmyng of twa of thame in baillies for this yeir to cum: George Elphinstoun [and seven others. ]

    Extracts from the records, 1580

    his aytht to that effect. Baillies . Lytis lytit be the auld baillies and auld counsale to be presentit to my lord archibischop of Glasgw, for nemmyng of thre or twa of thame in baillies, allwayis requeistand to name thre

    Extracts from the records, 1582

    of befoir. Baillies for this yeir: Johnne Grahme, master Adam Wallace, Hectour Stewarde. 3 October 1582. Baillies . Compeirit Joh nne Grahme and Hectour Stewarde, nominat baillies, and war content gif the counsell quha hes nominat thame baillies for this

    Extracts from the records, 1576

    lorde Robert lorde Boyde, prouest, William Conyghame and Andro Bailie, auld baillies, accumpaneit with the auld counsall, for chesing of the lytis of the baillies. Prouest . The baillies and counsale ordanis ane new commissioun to be gevin to the

    Extracts from the records, 1577

    werk of the towne, conforme to ane rolment gewin to him be the prouest, baillies, and counsall thairupone. 15 March 1576 7. Bairde . The baillies, in respect that Jonet Bairde hes gewin hir aitht that scho hes na guddis

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, Alexander (aft.1684-1743), of Stanhope, Peebles.

    Murray’s behaviour in Parliament, where he sat for Peeblesshire after the election of 1710, especially since the connexion with the Baillies, and thus with the Squadrone, went against the grain of his own political heritage. His family had traditionally been

    BAILLIE, George (1664-1738), of Jerviswood, Lanark. and Mellerstain, Berwicks.

    Ofifces Held Dir. Co. of Scotland 1696, Bank of Scotland 1699; extraord. dir. R. Bank of Scotland 1727–30. Biography The Baillies became landed proprietors in the 17th century, when Baillie’s grandfather, a prosperous Edinburgh merchant, purchased the estate of Jerviswood

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    patriot King.' Up to the conclusion of his lord- ship's speech every thing had gone admirably. The enthusiasm of the Baillies was undoubted. After the speech was over, however, we regret to say, a horrible explanation of the said enthusiasm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of' Barloc,, Esq. and A. G. Speirs, of Calcrench, Es(. They were supported on the right by Provost Hardie, and Baillies Hendry and Jeffry, John Denny, Esq. Dumbarton, and David HamiltonEsq On the left by Win. Stirling E-sq. of Cordall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was a complaint ofter and reasonably made. From the time of James the Fifth Gipsy families, like the Faas and Baillies, became rich and influential in Scotland. The lBaillies settled chiefly in Peebles: Before, and long after, the year 145, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4's, E. Fitzograld st Morgan Sb. rown. ....... 21 J). N. Trotter rnenout...... -...-....85 F. H. Browning c Brown b Baillies. -- . . 52 J. H. Dunn h R. D). Brown............ 16 D1. N. Emerson c Fatterson b Baillie.......2.3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONA4 GOSSIP. (From the Pael Mlllt Go' A year ago died the Hon. John Baillie, long well Iknovn as a Canon of York; and now there has just passed awvay the Admiral of the sanme name-a fine old sea-dog, Subscribers-only content

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