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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1690

    David Frazer of Mains, Mr John Campbel of Moy, Hector Monro of Drummond, Alexander Duff of and Robert Martyne of Burnbrae, Ruling Elders ; to be a Commission for visiting the whole Presbyteries on the north side of the water

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 March 1790, 31 March 1790

    having perufed the Bill, do fign the fame. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of James Peter, peteragawt Tenant in Burnbrae ; complaining of Three Interlocu¬ tors of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the 20th of January, and Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1801, 16 March 1801

    Their " Lordihips' great Wifdom, fnall feem meet; and that " William Bethune, of Blebo, Efquire, James Primrofe, " of Burnbrae, Efquire, James Gibfon, and John Young " Writers to the Signet, Robert Anderfon and Company, " Merchants in Edinburgh, Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1834, 24 March 1834

    in Keith Elphinstone Viscount Keith; and also of Jane Scotland- Primrose, Heiress of Entail in Possession of the Estate of Burnbrae under a Deed of Tailzie executed by Edward Primrose Esquire, deceased, and of Rachael Primrose, Heir of Entail entitled Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1834, 24 April 1834

    Trust, and pur- " chase with the Price thereof the Lands of Burnbrae ; " and to empower the Heir of Entail of the said Lands " of Burnbrae to dispose of the same; and for investing " the Price Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1834, 12 May 1834

    and Estate Bill. " purchase with the Price thereof the Lands of Burnbrae; " and to empower the Heir of Entail of the said Lands " of Burnbrae to dispose of the same; and for investing " the Price thereof Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the fire the whole of this large pile of warehousing was a heap of ruins. On Wednesday morning last Burnbrae Printwork, in the vicinity of MAilogavie, was completely destroyed by fire. The conflagration was so rapid in its progress Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    few days, while Mr. Bruce has been the guest of Air. SpievE, convener of the county of Renfrew- sHire, at Burnbrae, the postman between Paisley and Johnstone has had to dispense with his usual letter-bags, and has been carrying sacks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or nature, and rare and curious ebullitions from the 1S, inn erfires of pathosand imagination. Our old friends 'st Drumsheugh, Burnbrae, and the rest are with us in again, but we have new light on their personalities 1 from fresh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. Johnson-10l each. ; DEATH Or A Wner, -HnONwN FareF CnunesRn1.-Mr. Thomas M'Mioking has just died at his residence, , Burnbrae, Helensburglh. For some months Mr. fr1'Micking had been in failing health, and in the beginning of June he underwent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any; at nicht it lay dark a;rad silent, like to the sleep of the deid. WVe ca'd I the hoose Burnbrae, for reasons that (this story isna' ? intended for Scottish people) must be obvious. The fac7 was this-ma mither, Subscribers-only content

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