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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1681

    in Litle Poland, it is concluded that ane letter be sent in name of the toun to James Cornwall of Bonhard, to be transmitted to the saids ministeris, declareing that the toun hes condescended and aggried to accept of such

    General Index, B, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Capt. Richard (Emanuel How's) "Boltsprits," Bomb vessels Bonabel Bonamy , J. Bonan Bonard , 2nd Lieut. Bond , Elizabeth J. Bonhard Bone , John Boniface Bonn , taken, rejoicings after Bonner , Bishop of London Bonneval , Bonnival Bonningtoun Willie Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1648

    Whitbank, Walther Scot of Whitslaid, John Crafurd of Crafurdland, Sir John Chisly of Carswell, Robert Monroe of Obsteall, Cornwall of Bonhard, George Dundas of Dudingston, Sir James Stewart of Kirkfield, Mr Alexander Colvill of Blair, Mr Alexander Peirson, Mr Robert

    Historical preface, 1603-8

    to 9 o'clock p.m. In view, moreover, of the increase of the plague in Edinburgh, Leith, Linlithgow, Queensferry, Cramond, Borrowstoness, Bonhard, Winchburgh, Kincavill, Manirstown, Milntown, and other places in the neighbourhood, all cadgers and travellers coming from these places, or

    Index of persons

    Robert, 536. Walter, 231, 310, 346, 382, 410, 510; hammerman, 292, 361; smith, 259, 406, 511. Cornwall , James, of Bonhard, 308. Cors , James, visitor of gardeners, 368. John, 207, 289, 461, 542; bailie, 426, 434, 438, 459; collector

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    station. The Prince and Princess were received by taie Lord Provost of Perth, Sheriff Barclay, Bailie Fleming, Air. Maodif., of Bonhard, deputy-chairman of the Scottislh Central Railway, and soveral of the directors, and the station officials. There was no obeering Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in terms of the statute, for the dispatch of the statutory husiness. The. chair was occupied by Mr. Macduff, of Bonhard, chairmnan of the com pany, and there was an average attendance of shareholders The usual preliminaries having been gone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -7 - ?,-- ? OTT- - ?L..S ,,, E-- . j . " I L":L " - " NE ? Prince! and Princess Louis of Hesse, with their infant children, attended by the suite, left York yesterday morning, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    success- ful shows. Shortly afterwards a successor was ap-] pointed to him in the person of Mr. Macdeff, of c Bonhard; but it will lie remembered that no soonerr had that gentleman accepted the position thau he c was stricken Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1i. Alacdtlff, late Parish Minister of Falklantd, Fife and of Batho, Aidlothian, youngest son of the late ALex. Macdolu, of Bonhard, Perthshire, aged 62 ye.Lrs. M'CLUSKEY-June 2, at his residence, Longstone Street, Lisburn, Thomas MUCluskey, C.B.O., aged 77 years. lils Subscribers-only content

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