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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ca lynn: . 'IOn GvnUlleidfaomn 'Glan- rhonudda." gsa y CGrau Undelu)nl 2. Cannig, Cin De- r. borah a Barac," Ffestining Braes Band. 3. Cydgan, 'r "Glonia," Coiau Undebol. 4 Can, "Yn iamhbi ti, e Gymru," Miss Davies. 5. Cydgan, "For Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arranged by H. LEA; the 'Monferino, by GIULIAN& ; ' Oh Dolce concento,' a 'Spanish air,' ' Ye Banks and Braes,' and an ' Italian air,' by the same two arrangers. The remaining four numbers contain many other popular airs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March, at his mother's house in Fenchnrch Buildings, Mr. William Moffatt, in the 30th year of his age. At GraRt's Braes, East Lothias,, on the 3rd current, Mrs. Annie Burns, the eldest sister of our tational bard, who for nearly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - * - - t A --12 fapanned Bottle Jack, warranted 7 6 Tea Urns to hold 8 quatts- -. Braes ditto, ditto-0 9 Brass Chudlestieks, per pair - Ditto Cutrtain Bands, perpair * 2 U BrbssChamnberhCadlekticksea. Ditto Corniice Or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was obliged to desist in a very few nilutes, as his selection of pieces was limited to " Baniks and Braes,' and a few stratlspe's aisd hornpipes; these performed with all the voluntaries, aid tibdenai, and peculiar gusto to be Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 5 December 1809

    sundiy small Stores - - -¦- Cape of Good Hope - For Current Service and Contingencies ----------- Abyssinia ----- For Braes Ordnance, Ammunition, and Stores sent to the iving as a Present - - - - - Copenhagen - - Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1819, 4 February 1819

    the Petitioner showeth, that all the persons who were permitted to vote at the said election for the said JoAn Braes and AZerazzder BoAerZson were, for the reasons hereinbefore mentioned, and in con- sequence of such their corrupt conduct, by Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 November 1819

    1,961 419 19 7 6£ d° William Fraser Brackla - 2,979 834 13 3 4 a° I James Urquhart - Braes of Dunvorney 218 81 3 9* 10 d" Orkney - - J William Traill - - - - Wideford Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 November 1820

    • Apothecary Ware - Apparel --.---- Beer and Ale Tuns. hd. gal. Books printed - - - C. qrs. lbs. Braes C. qrs. lbs. i'tT 1. 1 J. -JIT Cabinet and Upholstery Wares - Carriages ----- Number Coals, &c. by Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1823

    - - - - - - - _ - - - - Scotland for Home Consumption—continued. Residence. Brackla - Taynahinch Braes of Dunvorny Stromness - Kirkwall - Wideford - Crieff Overhill - - - J Lochlin D° - Hosh Hoshmill Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MCDOUALL, Andrew (1758-1834), of Culgroat, Wigtown.

    MCDOUALL, Andrew (1758-1834), of Culgroat, Wigtown. Constituency Dates Wigtownshire 17 Sept. 1784 1796 Wigtownshire 1802 Mar. 1805 Biography In 1781 Andrew McDouall departed on the grand tour with a letter of introduction to Robert Murray Keith from William McDowall

  • * British History Online * *

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    Introduction

    Introduction INTRODUCTION. In the year 1840 the Commissioners of the Public Records caused the papers forming this collection to be bound in 74 volumes as a class by themselves. 1 It is not known how the collection was formed Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    sore wounded at Langsyde (13 May), 407; in Whitehaugh's hands Mary forbids his release, 517. Carre , Dan, of Shielstock Braes: a rider, 504, 517, 683. Mr Henry, messenger, 624. Thomas: kept for 102 Border bills at Berwick (15th June), Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Who are the crofters?., 1884

    mostly of rock or bog. In proof of this I quote the testimony given to me by one of the Braes crofters, to the following effect*:- " Such is the condition .of the soil (for the most part it is Subscribers-only content

    Who are the crofters?., 1884

    himself will lose by its perpetua¬ tion. In the whole of the three townships comprised in the district known as Braes , over four miles in extent, there are only two crofters who are entitled to a Parliamentary vote; while Subscribers-only content

    Who are the crofters?., 1884

    of Skye, is but the sequence of that which took place some two years ago at Grlendale and in the Braes , the immediate cause of which was as follows :- Until nearly twenty years ago the crofters had the Subscribers-only content

    Who are the crofters?., 1884

    poorest inhabi¬ tants of the three townships known as Braes . A temporary peace was thus made upon these terms. But the peace was only temporary. I have a letter from one of the Skye crofters; dated December 6th, 1883 Subscribers-only content

    Causes of Conservative failure in Perthshire: a letter to Colonel Moray, Yr. of Blair Drummond, 1886

    their position, it is just as true that other removals are not voluntary. Eviction made desolate Glen Quaich , the Braes of Monzie , Blairnroar, and Glenartney, all in this neighbourhood, and all of comparatively recent date in their desolation. Subscribers-only content

 

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