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  • * British History Online * *

    37 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    XCV , Charter of Archbishop concerning duties and customs of the Trone of the Burgh (1614)

    Jhone Tenent, Balarnoke; Mr Wm. Nesbitt, Torboltone; Mr A. Lindesay, Carstairs; Mr James Logane, persone of Ettilstoun; Mr James Steuart, Campsie; Mr R. Wilkine, Douglas; Mr Johne Blakburn, Cardross; W. Wheitfurd, Moffett; Mr J. Campbell, Luss; Mr James Cuninghame, Cumnok;

    Charles II, September 1-15, 1672, 01 September 1672-30 September 1672

    the act of the said Campsie, Burnsyde, and Eady, in causing that pretended minister to come. They answered they did consent. On this, the Bishop and Mayor both commanded the preacher to come down, but Campsie requires him to stand Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1581-87

    39 About this time Montgomery seems to have entered into arrangements with the king and William Erskine, 40 parson of Campsie, and commendator of Paisley, a follower of the earl of Mar, under which he surrendered his right to the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 15 February 1830, 15 February 1830-15 February 1830

    £20 5 s . 10 d . to William Hamilton , late Commissary of the Commissary Court of Hamilton and Campsie , for Loss of Emoluments under the Statute 4th Geo . 4, Cap. 97, commencing from the 1st of

    Extracts from the records, 1689

    Montgomerie, James Stewart, Lumloch, Mathew Cuming, elder, John Leckie, elder, John Gibsone, John Aird, elder, James Bogle, captaine, John Robiesone, Campsie, John Spreull, elder, John Stirling, George Muirhead, James Sloss, Gavine Wood; John Gilcreist, deacon conveener, Peter Corbet, thesaurer, and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 March 1817, 5 March 1817

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Campsie: the Village and Parish of Campsie, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying, " This House " will not only be ready to Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1825, 18 April 1825

    6 Geo. IV. Jprihs. 573 Campsie: Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the V more tolerant and liberal Principles, as well as by their Parish of Campsie, in the County of Stirling, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 5 January 1826

    Honiton; Dissenters, Ban¬ gor ; Incorporation of Bakers, Glasgow; Albrighton j Mayor, &c. of Newcastle-under-Lyme; Dean and Clergy of Norfolk; Campsie; Cheltenham; Forest Deanery, (Gloucester); Carnai-von; Chancellor, &c. of Ely; Deaii and Clergy of Chichester; Welborougli; Ickleton; Ash- burton; Kendal; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    to the Committee, and Com¬ mittee to appoint their own Chairman; to meet, 14th April, 187, 188.—From Fulbeck ; Wilton; Campsie; Glasgow; Braunston ; Kirkaldy; Burntisland; and Thirsk, 17th April, 193.—Dundee ; Tewkesbury; Henley- upon-Thames; Auchterarder; Paisley; Nairn; and Hougli- Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1829, 30 March 1829

    < Ackworth Kirkwall: East Kilbride; Campsie: Kirkmichael: Wampheay subscribed ; praying their Lordships " not to remove all " Civil Disabilities of the Roman Catholics; and to take " care that the Civil and Religious Privileges so long " enjoyed Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which is diversified with every variety of object, and bounded with the distant outline of the Pentland Hills, those of Campsie, and the crampians. There are also some very skilful introductions of figures, particularly the chief group, depicting the meeting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 fatal; Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 2 fatal; Edinburgh, 12, 5 fatal; Glasgow, 11, 9 fatal; Maxwelltown, Dumfries, 8, 5 fatal; Len- noxtown, Campsie, 1; Cumnock, 1 fatal; Falkirk, 2, 1 fatal; Castle Douglas, 1; Glencairn, 1; Cranston by Ford, 1: total, 53 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    184, 78 fatal; Dumbarton, 4 ; Dumfries, 4; Old Monkland, 23, 6 fatal; Cardross, 3, 2 fatal; Crail, 1 fatal; Campsie, I fatal; Jedburgh, 20, 6 fatal. Total new cases, 249; 97 deaths. The cases reported on the 1st inst. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    191, 109 fatal; Queensferry, 5, 4 fatal; Doune, 1; St Boswell's, 1 fatal; Greenock. 4, 3 fatal; Bathgate, 1 fatal; Campsie, 1 fatal; Loudon, 2, 1 fatal; Mauchline, 1 fatal. Total new cases, 297; 149 deaths. MoNDAY.-Lambetb, 1; High Hill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fatal ; Greenock, 4, 1 fatal; Gal- ston, 2 fatal; Stirling, 5, 3 fatal; Newton Dalkeith. 1 fatal; Lennox- town Campsie, 2; Rothesay (since 12th ult.), 23; Paisley (since 3rd inst.), 52, 29 fatal Alloa, 2; Lecroft by Stirling, i Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RODGER (ROGER), Robert (c.1650-aft.1715), of Glasgow

    RODGER (ROGER), Robert (c.1650-aft.1715), of Glasgow Constituency Dates Glasgow Burghs 1708 1710 Ofifces Held Burgess, Glasgow 1680, treasurer 1693, bailie 1695–6, 1699–1700, 1702–3, 1705–6, dean of guild 1697–9; provost 1707–8, 1711–13. Biography ‘This man’, asserted the Duke of Montrose

    HAMILTON, Lord Archibald (1770-1827), of Chapel Street, Mdx.

    19 Apr. He presented petitions from Glasgow tailors for repeal of the corn laws, 21 Apr., and from Glasgow and Campsie for the abolition of slavery, 19 May 1826.[footnote] When he offered again for Lanarkshire at the general election in


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