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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, December 1675, 01 December 1675-31 December 1675

    [ Ibid. No . 11. ] [1675 ? ] Paul Callander to [? Sir John Robinson ] . Is encouraged by his kindness to repeat his prayer. His uncle, Francis Callander, of the East India Company di ed there ( Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 1582, 01 December 1582-31 December 1582

    into you would find that when he was between Falkirk and Callander there were some of his troop who advised him to shut me up in the said Callander and to send to fetch Angus. Understanding which, seeing that not Subscribers-only content

    George III, August 1771, 01 August 1771-31 August 1771

    out various sums of money in enclosing and planting suitable portions of the Annexed Estates, forming a nursery garden near Callander in the annexed estate of Perth, surveying and valuing farms, building bridges, paying schoolmasters, promoting the linen and woollen Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1647-49

    the 22nd Hamilton capitulated at Uttoxeter, 117 but Callander and Langdale had left Hamilton before the capitulation. Langdale and a small party of his English friends were, however, captured near Nottingham, while Callander succeeded in reaching London, and thence escaped

    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 15 June 1646, 15 June 1646-15 June 1646

    that Union, in Assurance whereof wee rest Newcastle, the 10th of June, 1646. "Your, & c . "Signed, "Leven. Loudoun. Callander. Argill. "Crawford Lindsay. Dunfermling. Lanrick. Lothian. "A. Hepburne. D. Home. Fryland. J. Ker. "W. Glendoninge." Deest in Originali. Origin.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 January 1723, 21 January 1724

    i o Geo, Journals of the Houfe of Lords: Maitis, 2i°Jauuarii. Domini taiti Spirituales quarh Temporales p'rcefentes fuerurtt: Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Bpus. Durefme. Winton. Cefirienf. Afaphenf. Saruni. Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1802, 21 June 1802

    " Lordfhips' great Wifdom, fliall feem meet; and that " Marian Callander may be required to anfwer the faid " Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid Marian Callander may have a Copy of the faid Appeal, and do put Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1814, 27 April 1814

    put off to Monday next. Ordered, That the further Confideration of the Caufe wherein James Hepburn Efquire is Appellant, and Callander et g^ j^ (jananjer Baronet and others are Refpondents, ^ which ftands appointed for this Day, be put off Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1826, 26 May 1826

    Glasgow Ship - - - Glasgow Thistle Greenock - 3 Branches— Glasgow Port, Glasgow, Rothesay. Leith. Montrose Paisley 4 Branches— Callander, Dalkeith, Galashiels, Langholm. 2 Branches— Arbroath, Brechin. 4) Branches— Glasgow, Irvine, Alloa, Stranraer. Paisley Union Perth Arbroath. Ayr. Dundee. Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    ; Moulin ; Meigle ; Anwoth ; Kirkmichael; Moneydie; Redgerton; Caputh ; Logierait; Dunkeld; Abernethy; Dull; Dunkeld and Dowally ; Callander; Blair Athol; Forgandenny ; Ross ; Ross and Cromarty; New Machar; Old Machar; Mid- mar ; Banchory Ternan; Fintray Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year's registration has been a most harassing business for the Liberals of Stirlingshire. The immense purse of Mr Forbes, of Callander, with the Carlton Club at his back, seems to have been brought into operation against the reform interest of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLASGOW RAILWAY.-A distressinS accident occurred on Monday at the Falkirk station of this railway, by which Captain .M'Nab, from near Callander, lost his life. Oa leaving the train, from Edinburgh lie st"pPeti from the platform after the train had started Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, Marche 27. 15 BANKRUPTS. R. J. Goss; Rising Sun, Sidney street, Stepney, victualler. [Turner, Mount street, Whitecabpel. J. E. Curtis, Newport Pagnel, printer. [Taylor, Bucklersbury. J. Reid, Edgware road, Middlesex, draper. [Reed and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the leading citizens of Cork. Lord John Russell has taken a lease fQr some years of, Gart H1ouse, near Callander, the mansion of Admiral Houston Stewart, M.j. for Greenwich, as an aut umn residence for himself and family. Gart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Stirling is intended to be conferred, on Monday next, on Lord John Russell, who is at present residing near Callander. As Mr Parcels, late expositor of Burford's Panorama, was proceeding to his residence, Haverstock hill, after the close of Subscribers-only content


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