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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1560, December

    Maister Walter Balfour, for the kirk of Lyntoun. Johne Broun, Thomas Boyd and James Polwart, for Torphichen. William Lamb, William Bonkle, for Dumbar. James Douglas, James More, for Calder Comitis. John Kincaid, for Kirklistoun. Master Robert Wynrhame, for Ratho. The

    Extracts from the Records, 1480-89

    prissarris : Thom. Yair, Robert Gray, Jhonne of Boncle, Jhonne Fouller. The baillie, Jhonne Barcar, Archibald Todrick, Will. Tunner, Jhonne Bonkle, for the first oulk. Robert Lokart, Andro Bartrem, Wyll. Clerk, Jhonne Andersoun, the nixt oulk. N. Peblis, La. Tailzfer,

    Acts and Proceedings, 1575, March

    office. For satisfieng the complaint given in against the Bishop of Dunkeld, for not appointing of Ministers to Preston and Bonkle, The Assembly ordaineth the Bishop to plant Ministers at the saids kirks, and to visite the same, that no

    Acts and Proceedings, 1573, March

    Knox, John Spotswood, David Lindsay, Adam Johnstone, Thomas Daill, George Thomsone, Matthew Liddell, Thomas Lichton, Mr George Rams ay, Michael Bonkle, Andrew Simsone, John Clapperton, Mr James Carmichall, William Sanderson. The Kirk approves and ratifies all the forsaid articles as

    Acts and Proceedings, 1575, August

    Mr George Ramsay, Minister of Fouldon and Chirneside, Mr William M'Gawin, Commissar of Wigton, Person of Minto in Tiviotdale, William Bonkle, Vicar of Hadinton, Robert Dowglass of Mordingtoun, James Stewart, Parson of Glenwhinie, James Stirling, who sold the Parsonage of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 'Low PrMce. There s still left a very good sesortment of ordinay Drewe Boxes, round top'd deep Trunks witb Bonkle Tras, Tin oTunks.' and Boz.netBoxe6I 134 4, N EW S It' a 5 52 216 (Top of Worcester Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so. will a~ccdpt low terms.- For further .pxioulars, ajppl to Joseph &Dwlands, Eel-, 8O~llrl Ann Street, ilrrlghem or Mr. Jamea Bonkle, PcabnACrOon" Waterloo Street Birmingham. Sa Possseln~aver vauabe ad extensv ats~r &U P OTOR, titatainthe centre of S3tolzo-an-TLron.Im omns a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It was deolded to wind the estate up byliquidatlon, and the debtor was granted his order of discharge forthwith. Ur, Bonkle, of Waterloo Street, was appointed trustee. Ia re Joseph Tomey, glass manufacturer, Catherine Street, Aston.-A meeting of the creditors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    application of Messrs. Ra. M. Wood and Son, 25, Waterloo Street, solicitors for the debter, the Regiotrar appointed Mr. .r. Bonkle, Waterloo Street, public accountant, receiver of the estate, and granted san interim injunction to restrain prooesedings by creditors. _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poeklington, aged 83, Ur. Thomas Jeossleon. LoecAx-July Oth, aged 40, Mr. Robert Lomas, Golden Cross Inn, Patricroft. SCOTT.-July 12th, at Bonkle United Presbyterian Manse, Cambus. nothou-by.GaEsgow, the BeY, Andrew Scott, in his 71th year, aud 55th of his inisity, MALTON Subscribers-only content

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