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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 30 January 1716, 30 January 1716-30 January 1716

    called Lord Drummond , of High Treason," were Ebenezer Whittle and Doctor Blair . Whittle and Blair to attend. Ordered, That the said Ebenezer Whittle and Doctor Blair do attend this House To-morrow, Twelve a Clock, in order to be

    Extracts from the records, 1590

    the conditioun foirsaid; quhairupoun the said Sir Mark askit instrumentis. Duncan, Blair . In presens of the baillies and counsall, comperit David Duncane, seruand to George Esdaill, and Williame Blair, pypar, and become in the provest and baillies and counsallis

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 1 May 1641, 01 May 1641-01 May 1641

    Relief, the Treaty may be closed, and we may return to our own Country in Peace. 28th April, 1641. "Ad. Blair." The King's Speech about the E. of Strafford to both Ho uses. * * * * * * *

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 27 January 1641, 27 January 1641-27 January 1641

    Answer of the Parliament, that we may, as in the former Articles, give Account to them that sent us. "Ad. Blair." Propositions of the Lords Commissioners. Then was read the Proposition of the Lords Commissioners for holding on the Treaty,

    Extracts from the Records, 1529

    bannasyng. Allane Blair convict. The quhilk day, forsamekle as it was statute and ordanit that na persoune suld cum furth of Sanctandrois nor na vther suspect placis to this tovne vnder the pain of deid, nochtwithstanding Alane Blair has contempnandly

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Street, g Diebych.; .,.:i . ... . . . i, i Ar'v l6eg, yn 56ain mlwrydd oed, Mr. Even. Pierce, ..Blair S§treet, idv~erpool;,. .Gadawodd, vwe~ddiv ac axeryW o blent r alaru .ar en oL. .< '..'' Ar y 15fed cyfisol, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tra yn talu ymweliad a'r carchar. Syrthiodd Arglwydd Mayo yn farw yn y lle. Mae y carchar hwn yn Port Blair, yn un o'r ynysoedd Amadaidd. Ganwydy diweddar Iarll ya Dublin yn Chwefror y flwyddyn 1822. Yr oedd yn Brif Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chofnodwyd ei clhyffelyb yn y wlad bou er's amser maith. Trigai mewn heol o'r i enw Burdett-road deulu o'r enw Blair, cynwys- . edig o dad a mn a phedwaro blant. Gwyddid i fod y tad yn dueddol i yfed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hwn a fu yn tori beddau i geredleethau o Lanfyliniaid. Ond bu yr " hoary headed chronicle," ys dywed Blair, yntau farw o'r diwedd. Yr oedd y ;extoniaeth y dyddiuu hyry, pan yr oedd Ymneilldu- wyr yn arfer talu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr orid dillfftti Yp y tai ya cielUIllryd i yn na"rforol. Teluwyld ef hefyd tasa' anu e yu 1 Inrerary, Blair AtholU, Mig Neua, Sbeab4,cso iYnyi Lwis. Am yr adeg y parkiai rnbood r ddychryn ymllith y Prsidylwjn, ganfi y Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Authentick Coppie of the Trial of William Haunt Dragoon, Anno 1711. Laid before the House, pursuant to their Lordships Order for that Purpose, 18 Aprilis 1737. , 11 June 1736

    22 2W JPfoefor/o U«»xi ^Edinburgh, «SS?at^q JD/&lt;? Jlfe»j& Martii, Mi/fe/wo /tf/tfi#£ezz/Y- j/7770 w«^ci;7/o, ^?r jyoHortf&Ze&apos;j F/rar., .Afc- ^i/frww Jacobum Erskine d&lt;? Grange^ 5V& c/arittrw C7mc#777., Do7W7»W77i Gilbertum Eliot J&lt;?MintOyM7^roj Joannem Murray ^fe Bowhill^ &lt;?f Dugaldum Stewart J&lt;? Blair- hall., Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1689, 27 June 1689

    according to &quot; Courfe and Proceedings of Parliament fliall &quot; require) ; do pray, that the faid Sir Adam ic Blair, Henry Vaugban, Fredrick Mde, John il Elliott, and Robert Gray, and every of them, &lt;c be put to anfwer Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1689, 29 June 1689

    into Confideration impeachment the Articles of Impeachment of High Treafon, anda§ainft^irA&apos; other high Crimes and Offences, againft Sir Adam y^&quot; Blair, Captain Henry Vaughan, Captain Frederick Mole&gt; John Elliott Doftor in Phyfic, and R.obert Gray Doftor in Phyfic: The Houfe Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1689, 2 July 1689

    Carliol.&quot; Whereas Articles of Impeachment of High Treafon g and other high Crimes and Offences, againft Sir Adam Capt. Mole, Blair, Captain Henry Vaughan, Captain Fredericke Mole, SdBi.Gwy.^&quot; Ellioti D°ft°r in Phyfic, and Robert Gray Do&or to be brought in Subscribers-only content

    22 July 1689, 22 July 1689

    ftand up. They delivered in their feveral Anfwers, which were read, as follow: &quot; The humble Anfwer of Sir Adam Blair, now &quot; Prifoner in The Gate-Houfe, to the Articles &quot; of Impeachment of High-Treafon, and other &quot; high Crimes Subscribers-only content

 

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