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  • * British History Online *

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    Sutton

    for its small size and fine flavour. The inhabitants have a right of turning out their cattle upon Sutton and Bonhill commons in this parish, during a certain part of the year. Near the turnpike-gate, on the road to Carshalton,

    Acts, 1708

    Erskine of Carnock, Sir Walter Pringle, Mr William Brodie, Mr Walter Steuart, Mr James Gellie, advocates; Sir James Smollet of Bonhill, Sir George Home of Kello, Sir Hugh Cunningham of Craigend, Walter Stewart of Pardovan, and John Alexander of Blackhouse,

    Warrant Books, June 1709, 26-30, 26 June 1709-30 June 1709

    , Sir John Swinton [of the same ] , Sir James Campbell [of Aberuckell ] , Sir James Smollet [of Bonhill ] , Sir Patrick Johnstone, John Bruce [of Kinross ] , William Seaton the younger [of Pittmedden ] ,

    Acts, 1727

    Fauside at Loudoun, Robert Wodrow at Eastwood, Thomas Linning at Lesmahagow, John Currie at Old Monkland, and James Bayne at Bonhill, Ministers ; the Right Honourable Sir Hugh Dalrymple of North Berwick, Lord President of the Session, Adam Cockburn of

    Warrant Books, July 1709, 16-20, 16 July 1709-20 July 1709

    Gilbert Elliot of Minto; Adam Cockburn of Ormistoun; Sir Alexander Ogilvie of Forglen; James Erskine of Grange; John Murray of Bonhill, each 225 l. for the same time as Lords of Session; and 25 l. to Sir Francis Grant of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 June 1800, 16 June 1800

    Appeal of Thomas Forfter et al. Forfier, James Kibble, James Buchanan, and Patrick agamft Pater- Kilgour, furviving Partners of the Bonhill Printfield ' ' Company, in the County of Diunbarton, in Scotland; complaining of Six Interlocutors of the Lord Glenlee, Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1802, 25 February 1802

    Counfe! upon the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Forfier, James Kibble, James Buchanan, and Patrick Kilgour, furviving Partners of the Bonhill Printfield Company, in the County of Dumbarton, in Scotland; complain¬ ing of Six Interlocutors of the Lord Glenlee, Ordi¬ Subscribers-only content

    28 August 1833, 28 August 1833

    Augusti. ^.1833. <£ Bonhill : Kirk Session, Dundee. Grand Jury (Ireland) Bill, Petition against, of W. Fenton. Gordon v. Dunn et ai the proper Means, with Consent of His Majesty, for " immediately transferring to the Heads of Families in Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Kincardine; Fin- tray ; Edinburgh ; Cluny; Craill; Echt; Kinethmont; Alves; Kintore; Portree; Pittenweem ; Dunblane; and Aberdeen, 639. — Bonhill; and Kirk Session, Dundee, 640. 25. — for the Regulation of Church Patronage in Wales; from Chester, 129. — Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    144. Belper, 76. Berks, 142. Birmingham, 43. Birstall, 135. Bishopsgate Ward, London, 175. Blackburn, 101. Bolton, Great and Little, 63. Bonhill, 75. Boston, 93. Bradford, 37. Brading, 135. Brechin, 149. Bridgeton, 75. Bristol, 6. Bulwell, 118. Burton, 118. Bury, 179. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sutton

    church. Sutton is now a considerable town of villas and small houses, with shops. The district called Benhilton , properly Bonhill , 4 Bonehill , or Benhill, and Sutton New Town , connect it with Carshalton , and the houses

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Garter, or his Grace 'would have been invested with one of the vacant blue ribands. His Grace was at Bonhill, in Selkirkshire, when the letter-communicating the Sovereign's intention to bestow the Garter on him was despatched.- tandard. as -At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. F. Marshall, and T. R. Williams, Lamb's buildings, Bonhill row, manufacturers of artificial skins. S. Flelcher,Jew's harp wharf, Regent's canal basin,coal merchant. E. Parry and A. Fish, Warwick st. Regent st. tailors. EANKBUPTCIEs AXXULL5D.-W. Whicher, Chichester, attorney. C. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after much discussion, withdrawn, and the original motion was carried unanimonsIly.-Manchiester 6 Guardian. At an out-door meeting held lately at Bonhill, if it was agreed to present an address to the landholders n heritors, manufacturers, and ministers of the Vale, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co. Swansea, copper smelters; as far as regards H. L. Stephens- W. Crowder and T. Glover, Artillery place West, Bonhill row, whip mounters-J Blackbturntand 3. litsoan, OssettYorkshire, machine makers-C. Kendall and J. Hoyle, Halifax, grocers -E. Allenby and T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gateshead, 3 fatal ; Edinburghl, S fital; Glasgow, 92, 32 fatal; Dumfries, 1 fatal; Maxivelltown, I .TJdburgh, 1; Mideelder. 1; Bonhill, I. ;Kilcradock, 7, 2 fatal; 31:srchline, I fatal; total new cases, 124, 60 deaths. Last night's ' Gazette' contains Subscribers-only content

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