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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1565, December

    presentit to her Majestie and counsell; and als requeistit the Lord Lindesay, and David Murray, brother to the Laird of Balvaird, to present the same, and to report the ansuer againe to the Assemblie. The tenour of the supplication followes

    Appendix, 1600, July-December

    eight dayes before the tyme appointed for his depar ture, directed a letter to the King, be the Laird of Balvaird, wherein he took his good night, and made a repetition of the former offers in as rever ent and

    Index, B

    (1), 687 note , 703 note , 710 (1), 763 (1,4), 781 (1), 905 (4). Baltic Sea , the, 405. Balvaird , the Laird of, see Murray, Sir Andrew. Balweary (Fife) , 687 (3). Bamburgh , 197, 268, 269, 621

    April 1654, An Ordinance of Pardon and Grace to the People of Scotland., 12 April 1654-12 April 1654

    one thousand pounds sterling. Lord Boide, one thousand five hundred pounds sterling. James Lord Cooper, three thousand pounds sterling. Lord Balvaird, one thousand five hundred pounds sterling. Lord Rollock, one thousand pounds sterling. Earl of Kinghorne, one thousand pounds sterling.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1570, July

    Craig, David Lindesay, of Edinburgh and Leith Ministers, the Provest of Dundie, Mr Thomas M'Cal ȝ ean, the Lairds of Balvaird, Spot, Braid, Carnall, Dreghorne, Lundie, Howstoun, Drumquhasil, Coldonknowis, Carden, Fawdonsyde, Thornetoun, Inchbrakie, David Forrest, Generall of the Con ȝ

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XiW Sttlib; Sw Major W. Greeniham,froin the 13th Light Dragoons, to be En. sign, vice Wale. 37th Foot-Brevet Col. W, Balvaird, from half-pay Unot. tached, to be Lieut.-Col. vice W. Smelt, who exchanges. Major J. Bradahaw to be Lieut.-Col. by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who, their mother, are doing well. tOn Saturday, the 10th inst. the wife of John MdNeil, residino at New Muir, Balvaird, parish of Ferrintsh, was, d .i a female child, bat the woman cootinenig I'll, 'r Curieb surgeon, Beauly, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    failing to a cleanse the steamship Drvden in the manner required by ry the Foreign Animals Order 1893. rs Lord Balvaird, the grandson and next heir of the Earl ts of Mansfield, .T., has retired from the Grenadier ty Coards, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Gubbins, balf.pay 14th; T. H. Blair, half-pay :Unattadhed; R. Lisle, half- pay 19tb Dragoons; WV. G. Power, R.A.; W. Balvaird, half-pay Unattached; J. Macdonald, 92d.; E. Fanshawe, R.E.; W. C. Seton, balf-pay 18ih.; E. Lawrence, 4-M.; W. C. E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slt Electric Company, Glasgow, has been ]uchCI annoyed for some inontths past by atteapts to breark into his residence at Balvaird, Ruitherglen, near-G+lasgow. He had complained repeatedly to the police authorities of the ancient burgh, but they seemed helpless to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 January 1749, 10 January 1750

    quintum diem inftantis Januarii, hora unde- cima Aurora, Dominis fie decernentibus. Lunas, i5°Januari'u And thereupon an Affidavit, made by Peter Balvaird r Writer in Edinburgh, of the due Service of the faid Dorcrim tam Spirituales quam Temporales prai< Order, being Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1810, 9 May 1810

    to the Lands of " M'Gowanßon, Mill of Drumgirloch, Dunnymuck, " Whiteßone, Pennyglen, Barony of Greenau, and Lands " of Balvaird; and that the Court of Seffion were not " authorized to review their Interlocutors with relation " thereto by Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1810, 15 May 1810

    u rony of Greenau, and Lands of Balvaird, were at ** Iffue. That the faid Appeal came on to be heard " before their Lordfhips on the Twenty-feventh of March "¦ One thoufand eight hundred and five; and the Ap- Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1810, 6 June 1810

    Charter 1774 ; that Earl David too made up his tc Title to the Barony of Greenan and Lands of Balvaird " upon the Footing of the Titles taken for thefe tempo- " rai y Purpofes, and alfo, as to Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1810, 6 June 1810

    the Charter of 1774 •, and although the Words " fimilav Titles," may not be accurately applied to Greenan and Balvaird, and thofe Subjects are not contained in the Charter 1774, yet, as it has been above ftated, the general Subscribers-only content

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