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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1655

    schoe ludges all vagabondis, strangers, that comes to hir hous, contrair the proclamatiounes emit tit theranent. 17 November 1655. Teyndis, Cambusnethan, Drysdall, and Traquair . The saidis magistratis and counsell, taking to ther consideratioun that the actioune anent the teynds

    Acts, 1714

    Biggar, Patrick Cuming at Ormiston, John Currie at Haddington, John Stirling, Principal of the College of Glasgow, John Muirhead at Cambusnethan, James Ramsay at Kelso, and Samuel Nairn at Errol, the Right Honourable the Earl of Buchan, the Lord Ormiston,

    Elizabeth, April 1567, 01 April 1567-30 April 1567

    lord. Oliphant, John master of Forbes, John Gordoun of Lochinvar, Robert lord Boyd, James Cokburne of Langtoun, John Somervile of Cambusnethan, [ ] Mowbray of Bernebowgall, [ ] Ogilwye of Boyne, removed out of Court, "and efter lang resoning had Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1641

    some time previously been united to the archbishopric, with the teinds, parsonage and vicarage, of the kirks of Drymen, Driffisdale, Cambusnethan, and Traquair. 34 On 11th November the king also granted a charter, at Holyrood, under his great seal, by

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 December 1830, 16 December 1830-16 December 1830

    Brechin , belonging to the Secession Church, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Cambusnethan: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the United Associate Congregation of Cambusnethan , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Greenloaning: And also, Upon reading the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 May 1829, 22 May 1829

    to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act « for making a Railway from Chapel, in the Parish of « Cambusnethan, in the County of Lanark, by Coltness " and Gariongill, to join the Monkland and Kirkintilloch " Railway where Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Airdrie; Nigg; Strathaven; New¬ town ; and Kelso, 177. — Peterhead; Buchlyvie; Paisley; Moyallon Anti-Slavery Society; Brechin ; Greenock; Brechin; Cambusnethan ; Greenloaning; Holm ; Kirkwall ; Dunfermline; Wigan; and South Newington, Oxford, 178. — Selkirk, 179.—Wethersfield; Abingdon ; Asgarby, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Burra, 315. Burray, 315.—Cabrach, 295. Cairney, 354. Calder, East, 329. Calenish and Bernera, 252. Callendar, 271. Cambuslang, 271. Cameron, 193. Cambusnethan, 468.* Campbelltown, 329. Car- gill, 315. Cardross, 310. Carboway, 310. Canonbie, 173. Ca- puth, 295. Carluke, 271. Carmichael, 295. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Bridgetown (Glasgow), 241. Burntisland, 310. Burra, 247.—Calrach, 492. Calder, East and Mid, 329. Calder, West, 270. Calton, 241. Cambuslang, 270. Cambusnethan, 329. Carnwarth, 270. Carron, 295. Castleton, 270. Ceres, 329. Cockpen, 247. Coldingham, 295. Coldstream, 207. Coldstream and Berwick, Moderator Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    312, p. -our - lem, 292. Bury St. Edmund's, 285, p.—Calne, 312, r bridge, Gentry, &c, 292, p. Cambridge, University. Cambusnethan, 420, p. Cardiff, 292. Carlisle, 304. —_ then, 387. Carville, 308, p. Castle Donnington, 292, p. ^n "-''.. Chatteris, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Astill, Lenton, Not- tinghtlveslbee, ironmonger SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. o J. Houston, Auchrlmuefty, t'ifos~lico, mouuacturer-lt. Craig, Edinburgh, tailor-T-. BnesEdinburgh, writer totrloesignet--D. Hall, Cambusnethan, Lanark- shire, mercleaut-Wy. iottouat, Glasgow, merchant-J. Blair, Paisley, manufacturer -V. G. lPeebles, Glasgow, cem ission agent-A. Cay, Edinburgh, stoCkbroker-J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be as far as possible repressed. To make marriages sober and quiet was one special object. The kirk session of Cambusnethan, in September 1649, ordained "that there suld be no pipers at bridals, and who ever suld have a piper Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'drn tesm pro mune o8,4 ws whole Dr.| A CLERICAL THier.-Arclhibald Livingstone, late most ised minister of the parish of Cambusnethan (whose case has been well c day, for some years past before the ecclesiastical and civil courts) (or ithe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 12. -HALL Patrick, newespaper proprietor, Glasgow; to meet at Glasgow, A pri s5 at 12. CLBAaRmKE Robert, innkeeper, Wishawv, Cambusnethan; to meet at 5Hamilton, April 6, at 12. e -_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ ______ In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fricnds, whose interests he had always looked after. anunI LANADKSnJRB.-A private meeting of the Liberal Committee of the parish of Cambusnethan was beld in the Assembly-rooms (Mr. Barr's), on Saturlay night. Mr. J. Munro Mackenzie (distiller) was called to tire Subscribers-only content

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