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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y Braw&d W. Owemns S.D. Yr oedd tua 700 Ia oaeladauz yn .brerenol. ;Ar. . winyddyr orymilaith oedd y Braid Parch; M. Morgan, .S.13 Yr oedd yr oryudaisth ynh drzhyn hardd drbWn, ac yr oedd'ei harddwch'yi mwyhan pan gyllltiddA'hi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y -Temhlu eu hunain, drwoy . eua eyurychiolvyr y? penderfyn: ei hunain.- . . :' - . .-!.>C Sylwodd y Braid Samuel Owen, y byddl ,y Deml hon yndfwy-dylanwidoar yrUwch Dema . ;Yre ydym .ni mewn cyn~hadledd 1edidyw,! yns 'cyfarfaod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i hysbysu fod y cwmni wedi peuderfynu at a stkie gan nad oaddynt Wddi drbyn eu .yfiog wyth- 18 nosol Braid gollwng y dyfaallan a dycwelydr a bawb ei d~l. i- Mae rhai o'r beirdd Hindwaidd. yn myned i eitha- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    la aTGvWQUD SOPr 81W M&Otee, g it b alo ";=t 0ular, A ourbicg.Gems tfewrth61MEre, CAN re-OpasxedsbN dUIp. iti-Sech, Hem, FeUl Braid, ind. Qnlst.Tuck ad ater, man doeewry kind. o Dema Wortk.. The etrordinar cheepe of ti Iah"a bring is wtei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : TWISTED- LOOP SEWING MACHINE, with; all necessary appartre, via: loTucking Gange, Self-Sewer, Hammer, Braider,OilCaneazd NeelIes. it willStich, Henm, Fell, Braid, Bind, Quilt, Tuck, and Gather,- and do every kind of Domestic Work. The extraordinary cieaiiass of thia Machine brings Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1585, Jul-Sept

    to be maid to that effect. 22 September 1585. Laird of Braid, Littill Egipt. The said bailyeis and counsall and deykins quha were present, vnderstanding that Robert Fairlie of Braid, for the favour and luif he beris to the guid

    Supplementary extracts, 1583

    the merchants and craftismen of this burgh be our Souerane Lord the Kings Grace as owrisman and Robert Fairlie or Braid [and other arbiters, ] daitt the xxij day of Aprile last. Quhilk decreitt maister Jhonn Prestoun, dene of gild,

    Extracts from the Records, 1583, Jan-Mar

    the counsalehous, and vnderstanding that diuers gentilmen and baronis sic as Sir Archibald Naper of Edinbellie, knycht, Robert Fairly of Braid, James Jhonestoun of Elphinstoun for the pairt of the merchantis, and Jhonne Cokburne of Arnestoun, maister Robert Pont, and

    Extracts from the Records, 1580, Apr-June

    Patersoun in Leyth, now occupeit be his relict Jonet Cant and George Ker, skipper, hir spouse, as als in the Braid Wynd quhair thair is ane chop of new sett furth with stowppis of stairs be [ blank ] Wod,

    Extracts from the Records, 1583, Apr-June

    Halieruidhous, the xxij day of Appryle the yeir of God j m c fourescoir thre yeiris, we Robert Fairlie of Braid, Sir Archibald Naper of Edinbellie, knicht, and James Jhonestoun of Elphinstoun, juges arbitratouris chosin for the pairt of maister

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Golf

    H. Vardon 76, J. Braid 77, W. Thomson 78. In the afternoon, in a four-ball foursome, Vardon and Taylor beat Braid and White by 4 up and 3 to play. Individual scores: Taylor 73, Vardon 75, Braid 75, White 81;

    Parishes Blewbury with Upton and Aston Upthorpe

    Bridus, Foxbarrow (x cent.) and Curnel pits; in Upton : Milham (xi cent.), Ham Acre , The Wells, Grumbles Meer, Braid Ditch Furlong and Rixes; in Aston Upthorpe : Oven Bottom , Hogtrough Bottom and Grumble Barn. Blewbury was inclosed

    Church Stretton CHURCH STRETTON c. 1840

    an 18-hole miniature golf course. In 1898 Church Stretton Golf Club was formed, and an 18-hole course, designed by James Braid and one of the highest in England , was laid out between Bodbury Hill and Cwmdale on part of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 February 1789, 11 February 1789

    reading the Petition and Appeal of Major Gwd2nMa" :f_ George Ramjay of Peppermiln, and Charles Gordon tratesof ' Efquire, of Braid ; complaining of Two Interlocutors Edinburgh: of the Sherhtof Edinburgh, of the 28th of January and the 15th oiFebruary Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1789, 12 March 1789

    „ _ ^ _ & ' i r ¦tratesofEdin- Major George Ramfay or Pcppermiln, and Charles Gordon burgh. Efquire of Braid, was this Day brought in. Bradley Ert- clofure Bill. The Lord Scarfdale reported from the Lords Commit¬ tees, to Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1789, 30 March 1789

    Day, Ramfay and upon rhe Petition and Appeal of Major George Ramfay of G01.^11 Pepermiln, and Charles Gordon Efquire, of Braid ; com- Magiftrates-df plaining of Two Interlocutors of the Sheriff of Edinburgh, Edinburgh -. of the 28th of January Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1834

    79'80' rewarded, - -) London, Number of Fires in, in 1833, j Braidwoodj H2J U3. Chabonuf20°0n,fire Per MOnth ar! } Braid wood, - 113. London, Bishop of, Hot Flue of, at~j Fulham, could not be swept > Lhigard, - 198. Subscribers-only content

    Thirtieth Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    follows; viz. Average of the Three last Ye^rs. Principal Deputy - 2*°. The Lord Keeper acts by Charles Gordon, of Braid, as De- puty, whom he appointed by Commission during Pleasure, in 1794. 3"°. The Deputy has no Salary. 4". Subscribers-only content

 

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