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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 3 March 1699, 03 March 1699-03 March 1699

    is lett to a Widow. That the Counsel for the Petitioner insisted, That they would justify the Votes of John Burray, William Weston , and Humphry Duffin , attempted to be taken off, as receiving constant Relief: And also the

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Lordships travells, at the requeist of the Kirk . Ʒ etland . Tingwell. Whytnes. Vesdeale. Quhalsa. Skerres. Nesting. Lunasting. Brassay. Burray. Sandsting. Ethsting. Sandnes. Papa. Fula. Vaus. Olaberrie. Sanct Colmes Kirk. Crosse Kirk [in Northmaving. ] Delting. Olnafirth. Stalista. Fetlare.

    Cecil Papers, April 1595, 16-30, 16 April 1595-30 April 1595

    Treasurer the sealing thereof may be stayed and the lease granted to my nephew. 24 April, 1595, in all haste. Burray brigge. Holograph . 1 p. ( 31. 107.) George Gilpin to the Earl of Essex. 1595, April 24. By

    Index, B, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    e , , 122. Qu . Gilbert Bourn? q.v . Burnell : George, suspected of cozening, 82. confession of, 83. Burray brigge ( qu . Boroughbridge ?), letter dated at, 182. Burrell : Mr., 218. John, letter from, 57. Burrowes

    General Index, B, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Alexander, of Know James Sir T. William, of Barnes Burney , Capt. James Burnham (Somerset), minister of Burnyeate , Thomas Burray , Stuart of Burridge , Richard, pilloried Burrington Burrisyards Burston , Capt. Burt , E. letter from Burton , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Siguor Ruffini 6. Count Ficquelmont on Foreign Policy 7. Report of the Oxlord Commission 8. Life of Thomas Moore John Burray, Albemarle street. THE1 PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL T HE ~~~~(AUG. 1), CONTAISNO GTHE TRANSACTIONS OF TEE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY. CONTENTS.-Report of Progress: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    telegraph steamer Monarch laid on Wedlnesday the or cable between Burray and the mainland of Orlcoy, arid as the previous niglet laid the cable between South Rorllald- of sbay asd Burray Islauids, this connecting truo principal r- hsand arid the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coins had been made in the moss in the island of Burray, by a man named Petrie. Sheriff Armour and M~r. James Cursiter, F.S.A., at once proceeded to Burray, when the Sheriff took possession of the whole as treasure-- trove. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I1IMMORAL TRAFFIC IN CHfliDREN. * 44JlJM'lf n.iiJYv r ct 1UL' 1'J DtWMJ 4' . The Timies corre oondent at Rome, telegraphing on Blon day. says this week a police reports include the capture oe successive days at thse Roman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boltjit-le-Saiida, JANE, sdasiglter Of the late op Ree. Soits MasuueettLR, AM.A., second niaster of the Free Grammaisr ye i School, Burray. hattie dssy, agcd 64, ELIZABETi, ceife of Air. JosN BFcVLA1, Of Sa York, Mt Saute slay, cit Bishsops Wilton, Subscribers-only content

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