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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, January 1592, 01 January 1592-31 January 1592

    of this month, at which part were convened the Laird of Westernhall, the young Laird Sesfourd and David Edmestone of Burnhouse, with a number of other outlaws. Wherefore his Majesty in great secrecy (not known to any before he was

    Index, E, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    Provost of: 179. Castle: Arran in, 151; in keeping of Cowdenknowes, 160, 162. Edmeston , David (of Quhelplaw and Burnhouse): 452. David (of the Wollmett): 452. John (of Ryislaw): 452. Edmonds : apprehended, 584; 643; alias Hart, 653. Egerton , Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1590-30 September 1594

    minister and town of, apprehend more fear ; 523. Edmestone : John, of Vowmat, a fight arranged; 175. David, of Burnhouse; 175. Edmond , Sir; 357. Edmondes (Edmunds): Thomas, English envoy in France; 322, 525. letters from; 371, 559, 620,

    Elizabeth, June 1586, 01 June 1586-30 June 1586

    Gray, brother to ye Mr. of Gray, Lord Dunfermling; Mr. Johnne Edmeston of Ryeslaw; Mr. David Edmeston of Quhelplaw and Burnhouse, esquier; Mr. David Edmeston of the Wollmett; Mr. Allane Orme of Dalry; Mr. Wm. Fowler of Hawik; Mr. James Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    guest, excused himself by saying, "Oh, sir, that gentleman's only boring for water." On the estate of George Thomson, Esq., Burnhouse, on the banks of Galawater, there is a cottage, at present possessed by George Tait which is lighted up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the viliages, and the division of the land into separate townships these villages would bacome Wiratburr, South- y' burn, Burnhouse, anid Easturn. We have no evidence I, i that there were any villages Store at the time when the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    golfer is known at once by this movement. What a torture to witness the gattering prelimi. naries of Thomson of Burnhouse or Whyse- Melville I Jerking must be avoided, unless when a ball is cupped. Let the club head Allow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Warrcnder bas disposed of his romantic estate, Bronn Castle, Lanarkshire, 3000 acres in extent, to Robert Steel, Esq., of Burnhouse. hF.wpocKni.AMD.- lt is reported that Lieut.-Cokwel Sir Gaspard le Merchant will succeed the Hon. Frederick Bruce bs Li. utenant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    both sides- Interrogated -Did you, in the month of January 1801, say to Robert Wilson, in his own house in Burnhouse, that you knew that Mr Gebbie used figura- tive language when speaking of seeing Christ, but that you would Subscribers-only content

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