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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, April 1585, 01 April 1585-30 April 1585

    April. Copy . 1 p. 151. Robert Melville to Archibald Douglas. [1585 ] , Apr. 23. Asks the occasion of his brother's stay. He has been long a prisoner. Desires him to further his return home. Burntisland, 23 April. p.

    Acts, 1739

    James Fisher at Kinclaven, Ralph Erskine at Dunfermline, Thomas Mair at Orwell, Thomas Nairn at Abbotshall, and James Thomson at Burntisland, ministers; together with the appearance of the said defenders before this Assembly; and that after the Moderator, in name

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 1 October 1831, 01 October 1831-01 October 1831

    Beatson Esquire; John David Anderson Esquire, residing in Burntisland ; The Reverend Charles Watson of Burntisland , with the Concurrence of the Presbytery of Kirkaldy ; Miss Christian Young , residing in Burntisland; John Leven , Writer to the Signet;

    Cecil Papers, August 1591, 01 August 1591-31 August 1591

    his weekly lendings; beginning the 9th of this month. Arques, 14 Aug. 1591. Signed . p. David Caiknis, burgess in Burntisland, to The Scotch Ambassador. 1591, Aug. 14. Complaining of his treatment in the matter of a sale of salt

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 22 December 1830, 22 December 1830-22 December 1830

    be referred to the last-mentioned Committee. Burntisland Whale Fishing Co. v. Trotter et al: Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of The Burntisland Whale Fishing Company, and of James Farnie , Ship Owner in Burntisland, James Brown , Plumber in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,700 feet above the level of the town of Falkland, which is situated at its base-Dunearn, Raith, Dysart, Kinghorn, Pettycur. Burntisland, Dunfermline, Caroline hill, Salini hill, and along the whole high grounds near the southern shores of Fife, the latter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    linendraper. [Jaques and Co. Ely place. J. Hughes, Holyhead, draper. [Jones, St Mildred's court. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. A.M'Tenlay, Glasgow, merchant-D. Reid, Burntisland, tea merchant-T. Dick, Dundee, cattlIe dealer-D. M. 3I'Dougall, Glasgow, iron merchant-J. M'Donald Aberfeldy, corn dealer-G. 3'MIntyre, Auchtermruchty, innkeeper. Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Oakley's I Fisher Boy,' 'Italian Boy,' and 'St Valentine's Day,' are foll of character and unobtrusive beauty. Air Bentley's 'Burntisland,' evinces a rare mastery of the elementary beauty and grandeur of nature. Ar W. C. Smith's 'Squall off St Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H Wingad,Nettlelham,Lincoln- ihire, tailor-Jan 23, G H Edwards, Birmingham, victualler-Jan 21, J Lambert, Nottinclham, tailor. lrcoteh Sequcesmutions.-D C De 3tedewe, Burntisland, attorrey-R Laing, Kindar-meills, Kilrkcudbriglht, manufacturer-General J Irving, E dinburgh -D M' Doncall, Garngaber, near Kirkiotillroh farmer-N Hitchel, Roshesay, manufacturer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for her daily drives; Prince Alfred left Balmonl on Monday, on his return to his ship, the St George, at Burntisland The Berlin papers state that her Majesty will go to Reinhardsbruni, the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha's summer palace, at the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 April 1817, 28 April 1817

    cross the " Frith of Forth between Leith and Newlmven, in " the County of Edinburgh, and Kingliorn and " Burntisland, in the County of Fife." And then he withdrew. And the Title thereof being read by the Clerk ; Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1819, 26 February 1819

    cross the " Frith of Forth between Leith and Newhaven, in " the County of Edinburgh, and Kinghorn and " Burntisland in the County of Fife," may be re- " quired to answer the said Appeal:" It is Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1819, 4 March 1819

    reading the Petition and Appeal of William Young & Co. Young and Company, Distillers at Grange, near et al. against Burntisland, of William Young and John Young, the Leven: individual Partners of that Company, of Alexander Pitcairn, sometime Provost of Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1819, 5 April 1819

    Ferries cross The Frith of Forth, *< between Leith and Newhaven, in the County of « Edinburgh, and Ktnghorn and Burntisland, in the * County of Fife." And then he withdrew. And the Title thereof being read by the Clerk Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1819, 27 April 1819

    of the Magistrates and Burghs Elec- Town Council of the Royal Burgh of Burntisland, under their Common Seal; setting forth, " That tions, Peti¬ tion from Burntisland respecting. <¦< this Town labours under the same degrading and ruinous System of Subscribers-only content

 

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