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  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, May 1775, 01 May 1775-31 May 1775

    who, after passing, has attended the bar, where alone the practice of the law can be learned, for three years. Barskimming, co. of Ayr. 3 pp . 10 May. Dom. Entry Bk., "Dom. despatched," 1771 6, pp. 201 2. 972 Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1508-1546

    for propagating them. The persons charged with this heresy in 1494 were, however, more fortunate, for though Adam Reid of Barskimming, one of the accused, defended the doctrines held by himself and his companions, they were dismissed with an admonition

    Index of names and places, R

    Ports, ii. 13. Thomas, i. 733; ii. 1426. of Worthele, ii. 624, 635. Richard : Andrew, i. 1130. Gilbert, of Barskimming, ii. 1147, 1385. Richards (Richerds): Captain, ii. 1329, 1375. Andrew, of co. Somerset, ii. 634, 638. John, i. 975,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, December 1763, 01 December 1763-31 December 1763

    shall be deemed good Service. His Majesty's Advocate against McIntosh. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Miller of Barskimming Esquire, His Majesty's Advocate for Scotland , on Behalf of His Majesty; complaining of Three Interlocutors of the Lords

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    barony of Glasgow and sheriffdom of Renfrew to be kept, 282. Regulars , dignitaries of, 100. Reid (Rede), Adam, of Barskimming, 49. Alexander, treasurer, 227, 241. Mr. John, 534, a11. Sir Martyn, 59; chaplain, a68. master Martyn, chancellor of Glasgow,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gibson-Craig, eldest son of the Right Hon Sir W. Gibson-Craig, Bart., of Riccarton, and Julia, daughter of Mr. Archibald Buchanan, Barskimming, Arysbire A marriage is arranged to take place between the Rev. J. Stud- holme Brownrigg, rector of Moulsoe, near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Portland's Donovan, 9 10 (Webb) ....... 2 Lord Gerard's Bryony, 8 8 (Ewdards) ............. 3 Also ran-Fair Marion, Coolshannagh, Roberto. Barskimming, L'Avare, .John Elder, Meriden, Antabes. Betting-9 to 4 agst L'Avare, 3 to I agst Chiba. bob, 7 to 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gutry's Juggler, Maynooth, Duke of Marlborough, Fair Vision, Hackness filly. and Spinawav filly; Ryan's Briarroot, Flower a' May, Clodpole, Anodyne, Barskimming, Enthu- siast, and lEl Dorado; Jennings's Surbiton, Scene Shifter, Zest, The Mummer, Hongrois, Vif, Padna, Royal Star, Porlock, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trouble, and Ketta, heading Poem in the last few strides, WOn by a head; two lengths between second and third; Barskimming, vias fourth BEarbacan fifth, Huhiingtowersixth, Decorum seventh, Philip Augustus eighth, apd Zarunla last. An objection to the winner for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. A. Uehbelnis 1 Holnan, Mr. J. Jennings', junn. Spider. ' Sellinz Nursery Handicap-M1r. W. Gilbert's Libismo, Mr. Douglas Baird's Barskimming, Mr. JW.Smith's ForLune. Teller, Mr. J.W. Siniai~s JPenwhyn'a .Pe~vonlan,- Mr. bi. Darvaou's Iludame, Galva)Ai LordI . od1hy'a Poecr, Lord Subscribers-only content

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