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  • * British History Online *

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    LXVII, Charter of James VI granting the Rectory of Govan to the College (1577)

    Examinatio autem et electio dicti Gymnasiarche ad Glasguensem Archiepiscopum qui est Vniuersitatis Cancellarius, Rectorem Academie, Facultatis Decanum, ecclesiarum Glasguensis, Hammiltonensis, Cadder, Monkland et Ranfrew ministros et pastores, qui ministerio verb i Dei tum fungentur, ac alios viros graues et doctos

    Extracts from the Records, 1529

    23 October 1529. Relaxatione. Male Peirsone. The quhilk day, in presens of the prouest baillie Mongo Tennent and counsale, James Cadder seruitour till our Souerane Lord is becumming souerte for Male Peirsone, that scho sall obserue and kep the statutis

    LXXX , Charter confirming no.LXXVIII

    Brewland of Partik, molendino fullonum de Partik, molendino nuncupato Archi Lyonis Mylne, terris de Kendiehill, terris de Haghill, Carrendenis, Provesthauch, Cadder, prato de Partik, nouis et antiquis parcis de Partik, molendino vocato Quhytemylne, Auchinarne, Roberstoun, Linloch, Gardarroch, Crystoun, Dauidstoune, Gartinquene,

    Extracts from the accounts, 1573-85

    Grhame and awating thairon vj dayis, with drinksiluer to the clerkis, xls. November 6. Item, for helping and mending of Cadder brig, iij lib. vjs. viijd. 28. Item, to Alexander Lindsaye to rinnyng to Edinburght with ane bill to the

    LXXVIII, Charter of James VI granting in feu the lands and barony of Glasgow to Walter, Commendator of Blantyre (1587)

    of Partik, molendinum fullonum de Partik, molendinum nuncupatum Archie Lyonis Mylne, terras de Kendyhill, terras de Haghill, Carrendenis, Provest hauch, Cadder, pratum de Partik, nouas et antiquas parcas de Partik, molendinum vocatum Quheitmylne, Auchynnairns, Robrestoun, Limloch, Gardarroch, Crystoun, Dauidstoun, Gartinquene,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 November 1813, 15 November 1813

    al. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Charles " Stirling, of Kenmure, and others. Heritors of the Parifh of Cadder, in the Prefbytery of Glafgow ; complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the i Subscribers-only content

    1 July 1816, 1 July 1816

    this Day upon the Petition and Appeal of Charles Stirling of Kenmure, and others, Heri¬ tors of the Parifh of Cadder, in the Preibytery of Glafgow, complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the ift of Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1819, 1 March 1819

    vacant Day for Causes after those already appointed. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Charles Sterling Sterling Esquire, of Cadder, One of the Freeholders against of the County of Lanark in Scotland, complaining of EiPhmstone: Two Interlocutors of the Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1819, 8 March 1819

    Answer of The Honorable Wil- Stirling Ham Fullerton Elphinstone of Carberry, to the Appeal against of Charles Stirling Esquire, of Cadder, One of the Elphinstone. Freeholders of the County of Lanark in Scotland, After hearing Counsel this Day upon the Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1833, 29 July 1833

    Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Old Monkland, Barony, BotJrwell and Cadder Farming Society, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships " to adopt Measures to have a Law Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ham, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 11 fatal; Glasgow, 15, 5 fatal; Dumfries, 31, 14 fatal; Ruthwell, 4, 2 fatal; Cramond, 1; Cadder, 1; Rothesay, 1 fatal; Falkirk, 1; Prestonpans, 2 fatal; Kelso, 2 fatal; Larkhali, 1 fatal: 76 cases, 39 deaths. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fatal; MonLkwearmouth, 2 fatal; Edinburgh, 8, 6 fatal; Glasgow, 14 fatal; Maxwelltown, 13, 6 fatal; Dumfries, 1; Furnvald, 2 fatal; Cadder, 1 fatal; Balmaghie, near Castle Douglas, 1 fatal; Lennoxtown, 1 fatal; Kelso, 4, 1 fatal; Rothesay, 1 total, 52 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SLLE lu, MHOUbanding qu`nito Bicycle , ~fimeTrsSel ui and nEDiTCKeOLed SpOe.AlSo,a Glsses, I Toiek ables ,nCludsng ' eoof aps upeso Cadder Wlets , hidn Mach;oFFICE DU IURHn Micelneu Auct~g&,ionees OitchesI TempSleSree Ut.eBirins;ham. 356e CpTO-MCORRO aWenedBRC CARTS July eful TwILLhM EVATS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a boy, named Thomas Murphy fourteen years of age wa3 convicted of having been found begging in the parish of Cadder, near Bishopbriggs,: the previous day, aud sentenced to thirty days' imprisoument. Previous to soliciting charity Murphy eonecaled his clothes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6itn., with Cottrill's Lock, two arawer.s inside, to bho 'iOLD cheboy. haviug no use for it.- Apply to J. Hots-es Cadder, baick of Mdarket Haia, Bulosut Row. 36 GRdRAiNS for S ALE, in large ltta'ttitieonf 5 I u hlubels and Subscribers-only content

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