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  • * British History Online *

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    Preface

    principal source from which the contents of this compilation have been derived, is the unprinted History of the Church by Calderwood, which embraces much larger and more authentic selections from the Registers than any other existing manuscript. All these additions

    Appendices to volume 3, VII

    Sess. 6. which Calderwood hath extracts from. Ass. 1569, July 4. Sessio 4 is wanting in the Copy. Calderwood also hath extracts from it. Ass. 1569, March 1. The Copy wants Sess. 4 & 5. 6. which Calderwood also gives

    Historical preface, 1616-25

    16, Ibid ., IV., p. 545. Spottiswood, III., pp. 241 245. Calderwood, VI., p. 250, et seq . Burton, VI., p. 45, 46. Cunninghame, I., pp. 484, 485. Calderwood, VII., pp. 257 276 282. Privy Council Register, XI., p. 186.

    Historical preface, 1581-87

    History of Glasgow (1830), pp. 33, 64. ] Calderwood, III., 673. Tytler, VI., 358. Council Records, I., 97. Council Records, I., 98. Book of the Universal Kirk, Part II., pp. 594 6. Calderwood, III., 675 680. Acts of Parliament, III.,

    Historical preface, 1609-15

    301, 302. Burton, VI., pp. 9 11. Calderwood, VII., p. 193. Great Seal Register, 1609 1620, No. 1237, p. 453. Calderwood, VII., p. 197. Spottiswood, III., p. 227. Grub, II., p. 303. Calderwood states that Spottiswood returned to Glasgow from

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wiltshire VCH committee

    Council Mr. J. A. Arnold-Forster , O.B.E. (resigned 1952) Colonel R. W. Awdry , C.B.E. (died 1949) Alderman J. L. Calderwood Mr. E. C. Elwell (died 1948) The Marchioness of Northampton (resigned 1950) Alderman W. E. Stevens Dr. T. R.

    Wiltshire VCH committee

    Council Mr. J. A. Arnold-Forster , O.B.E. (resigned 1952) Colonel R. W. Awdry , C.B.E. (died 1949) Alderman J. L. Calderwood Mr. E. C. Elwell (died 1948) The Marchioness of Northampton (resigned 1950) Dr. A. Shaw Mellor (since 1955) Alderman

    Index A - K

    Adams , 392 Emme, m. John Hyett , 392 Eve, 391-2 Simon, 391 Cadoxton (Glam.), 127 Caernarvonshire , see Portmadoc Calderwood , Leon ., 345 Calvus , Rob., 371 Cambridge , see Slimbridge Cambridgeshire , see Ely ; Wisbech Camm

    Index A - Z

    fam., 30, 170 By-the-water , Joan, 194; Ric., 194 Byrd , Isabel, 12; John, 12 C. Cabinet-making ind. , 130 Calderwood , J. L., 141 Calley , Arabella , 21; Chris., 54; Eliz. (fl. 1677), 23; Eliz. (later Haverfield), 15;

    Index A-J

    Caen (Calvados) ; stone from cafés , transport Calais (Pas-de- Calais ) , Staple Caldecote , in Towcester q.v . Calderwood , Samuel Callard , William Calverton (Bucks.) Cam , Helen William Herbert Cambridge , Clare Hall in; Pembroke Hall

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAXWELL, John (c.1700-54), of Cardoness, Kirkcudbright.

    MAXWELL, John (c.1700-54), of Cardoness, Kirkcudbright. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 31 Dec. 1742 41747 Ofifces Held Ensign 21 Ft. 1729, lt. 1740; capt. 15 Ft. 1743, maj. 1751. Biography Maxwell, an army officer, whose family were cadets of the

    MAXWELL, Henry (1799-1868), of Farnham, co. Cavan

    yeomanry corps. Biography Ultimately descended, like his distant kinsman John Waring Maxwell* of Finnebrogue, county Down, from the clan of Calderwood, Lanarkshire, Maxwell"s ennobled Farnham branch of the family had long been the dominant territorial and electoral force in county

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y mae erthygl g; ddyddorolar y pwnc hvn yl y Contemporary. Ar ol a' hon cawn erthygl gan 'y Proffeswr Calderwood ar e lyfr un Mr. Barratt, yr hwn a amcanai brofi nad x ydyw meddwl yn ddimi ond dadblygiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac yr oeddid yn mesur serch pobl tuag ato wrth- pa un a fyddent yn canu ai peidio." A dywed Calderwood am yr adeg hono, 'y byddai "mil. aedd o bobl yn canu salmau yn bedwarilsis yn heol-. 'ydd Edinburgh."' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr orym- aE daith gwelsom y gwyr enwog a ganlyn :-Proffeswyr y] Christison, Blackie, Lisbon, Crawford, Lellar, Fraser, a Charteris, Calderwood, &c. Agorwyd y cyforfod h trwy i :Pro£ff. Kellard weoddio, yr hyn, a wnaeth yn a *fyr ac i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canlynol sydd i fod yn farnwyr ar y traethod- j an:-y Parch. B. Payne Smith, D.D.; Deon Canter- bury, Proffeswr Calderwood, IL.D., Edinburgh; o a'r Parch. Gl. W. Oliver, B.A., Principal Trainig College y Wesleyaid, yn Battersea. Y mae y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dosbarthiadau, os lIlwyddant i'w gwneyd yn argyhoeddiad yn meddwl eu disgyblion. 5'r boll ddaflithiaun a ddarllenasom eleni, ciddo y Proffeswr Calderwood ar " Atbroniaeth Foesol " oedM yr oreu. Y-mdriniai ar anerchiad Iyndall yn Belfast; ac ar- olygiadau erefyddol4y diweddar Subscribers-only content

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