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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1577, October

    George Auchinleck, Mr Nicoll Elphinstoun, and James Nicollsone to take ordour therwith. Sessio 9 a . Thomas Myrtone, feear of Cambo, and Mr Thomas Ramsay, gave in ane bill of accusation against Mr Thomas Kynneir, Minister of Craill, conteinand sundrie

    State Papers, 1641, August-November, 24 August 1641-16 November 1641

    E. Roxburgh E. Lothian E. Lauderdail E. Lanrick E. Kinoull E. Levin L. Lindsay L. Balmerino L. Amont Waughtoun Dundas Cambo Sr. Pa. Hamilton Sr. Tho. Hope Innes Sr. Ard. Ihonstoun Din Wedderburne Lag Harden Amisfield Frieland Cesnok Morphie Giffen

    Index, C

    negociations for the restitution of, 1037 45, 1063, 1068, 1160, 1186, 1196, 1265. Callendar , 1279. Calshot Castle , 2678. Cambo , Laird of, 2552. Cambray , 582. Canaries , 1197. Canato , Thomas, letter from, 1085. Candalle , M.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1590, August

    Dalgleische. David Fergusone. Johne Fairfull. James Stewart. fEdmond Myles. The Earle of Mortoun. My Lord Lindsay. Lairds. Balwirie. Colluthie. Pitmillie. Cambo. Balfour. Lumdie, Elder. Raith, Elder [and ] ȝ onger. Kynneir. Abbotshall. Halhill. Weymis, ȝ onger. Cleish. The Abbot of

    Elizabeth, September 1568, 15-30, 16 September 1568-30 September 1568

    Henry Balnevis; Mr. George Balquhanane [Buchannan ] ; Captains Stewart, Cockburn, and Borthwick; the Lairds of Powrie, Ogilvie, Moncrief, and Cambo. Berwick, 27 Sept. Signed . Add. Endd. Pp . 2 . Sept. 27. 2553 . The Cardinal of Chatillon

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ARESKINE (ERSKINE), Sir Alexander, 2nd Bt. (c.1663-1727), of Cambo, Fife.

    2nd Bt. (c.1663-1727), of Cambo, Fife. Constituency Dates Fifeshire 1710 1715 Ofifces Held Jt. Lyon king of arms (with fa.) 1672–Feb. 1677, sole Feb. 1677 (crowned 1681)–Jan. 1703, jt. (with 2nd s. d.v.p.) Jan. 1703–by 1727, sole ?1727–?d. Ofifces Held

    CLERK, John (1676-1755), of Penicuik, Midlothian.

    rich’, Clerk was sufficiently emboldened by his preferment to embark on the purchase of an estate of his own, at Cambo in Midlothian, costing 50,000 merks. He seems to have been content to take little further part in politics, at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Helett, with an Illustration by T. H.-The Ruined Human Dscillsg; by Richard Howitt.-The Smug- l' .y Sthe Mnuntainoeer.-A Day at Cambo. &C Ac. London: blesry Renshawv, 356 Strand. TpHE BANKER'S MAGAZINE and JOURNAL of the MONEY-MARKET for November. price Is.6d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but a step. " His Imperial Majesty deigned to cover himself with an umbrella during a shower of rain at Cambo" was gravely announced in the official organ of the Government during their Majesties' stay in the Pyrenees. What next Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nivelle, and the attack of the fortified camp, when he was wounded and had two horses shot under him; at Cambo, in driving the enemy's outposts, and reconnoitring the tite depont; in the passage of the Nive and the affair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than, in poeeitolo in harge sehioola. Prusteretus on appilicatioxt to the Hera Master.- 154 T. E. RHODES. M.A., Trin. COIL, Cambo yES TON' SCHOOL, BATH. A. BIOWRNTNG, NLA. H.A, M.,.hP PREPARPATIOIS for BUSLNESSPOEsuP-li, SoundTeadhing ansI Carut-sloe Iinins? Healthy neighbourhood. loses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arranged.", A man named Pinny" Loyd, who was In 1848 sen- tenced to transportation for sheep stealing, at Grant chester, Cambo,, has confessed to one John Hullyer, in Australia, where Lcyd is now dangerously ill and not expected to live, Subscribers-only content

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