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    of Spectacles'" at the Gar- rick Theatre. The Queen has purchased the prize Hereford bull Bruce from Mr. McCulloch, of Burnhead, Dumfries- shire, and it is to join the Royal herd at the Flemisih Farm in Windsor Great Park. The Subscribers-only content

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    bve hours. The heaviest bags which we heard of as being made in this district on the Twelfth was on Burnhead moor, Newndhils, where Major H. Campball and party (five guns) bagged 121 brace of grouse, 3 snipes, 1 plover, Subscribers-only content

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    at Haymarket Station, Edinburgh, en Friday night, and drove to the residence of Sir John and Lady A 'Nenl, at Burnhead, Liberton. VlCERREGA. COURT. His Excellency the Lord Lieutennut arrived in Dublin on Saturday evening by the ordinary mail train Subscribers-only content

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    at Swanswick, near Raats, Jon Stavert, Esq., of Cunzerton, lloxburghshire, to Elizabeth Bridget, only daughter of William Watson, Esq., of Burnhead, in the same county. DEATHS. On the lth inst., at St. Leonarr's-on-Sea, Sussex, in her 71st year, Mlarians Charlotte Subscribers-only content

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    to James Harris. Globe, Great Chart-street, Elizabeth Cockeroon to John Macfarlane. WMIE-ENDPEW. - Cross Keys, Wenlworth-street Robert Dunn to John Burnhead Walter. London rnns- Irtal, Road-side, Owen Owens to William Thomas CHRISTCHURC 'g-Grey Eagle, Grey Eagle-street.o Mr. Child in this Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    by, 64; taken redhand and condemned (10th Feb.), 106; executed at Hexham, 110. Hob, "Burnheads": robberies by, 63; laird of Burnhead: meets Carleton secretly, 254. Robert, "Hob of the Leys," alias "the troche": robberies by, 63, 64. Hob, of Stanesheel, Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    raid by, p. 362. Hob (Robin): "the larde of Bornhead," raids by, 229, pp. 347, 350, 351. "Fydler's" Hob, of Burnhead: raid by, 595. Hobbe, of the Heughus: p. 121. Hob, of the Leys: raids by, p. 380. Hob, of Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1740

    From the Presbytery of Middlebie, Mr Robert Malcolm at Ewes, Mr James Garth at Graitney, ministers; Mr Robert Scot of Burnhead, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Lochmaben, Mr John Allan at Kirkmichael, Mr John Irvine at Wamphray, Mr John

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