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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C

    686 (1), 956 note . -, Dean of, see Wotton, Nicolas. Caraffa , Cardinal, 220 (7), 227 (3), 451 (10). Carfin , 563. Carisbrook Castle , 764 (1). Carlisle , 87, 134 (2), 323 (6), 412 (2), 459 (2), 500

    Elizabeth, January 1560, 1-10, 01 January 1560-10 January 1560

    of Evendale and Steynehouse; the Lairds of Milton and Calderwood with the barony of Mawleslee, the Lairds of Cromnachan, Dalzel, Carfin (younger and elder), and Kneland; "the guidm an of Dasert, the guidman of the Gowan, and the Lairds of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 March 1756, 5 March 1756

    of February 1756, made on the Behalf even upon the ftrongeft Proof of Neceffity, for the of Archibald Nisbet of Carfin ; and praying, "That the Conjuncture only •, more particularly as the fame Difpofition and Turn of Policy which, Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1756, 30 March 1756

    RavenfMOrth. Ds. Fever/ham. Vifcount Stormont. Vifcount Bolingbrcke. Vifcount Falmouth. Vifcount Folkeßone. IV H PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Archibald Nifbet of Carfin, to the Ap-Nifbei>sAn-, peal of Ann Smith, Widow of Doftor John Baillie, was Appeal. brought in. The Lord Sandys Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1834, 21 May 1834

    James Oswald do carry the Bill to the Lords, and desire their concurrence. A Petition of Archibald Nisbet, Esquire, of Carfin, was presented, and read; taking notice of the Lanarkshire Roads Bill; and praying, That he may be heard, by Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1834, 5 June 1834

    of the Provost, Bail- lies and Council of the royal burgh of Lanark ; and, of Archibald Nisbet, Esquire, of Carfin, were referred; That no person appeared on behalf of the said Petitions ; and that they had examined the Subscribers-only content

    School-houses (Scotland.) An account of the expenditure of the several sums of £ 10,000 granted by Parliament in the years 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837 and 1838, for the erection of school-houses or m..., 1839

    Cumnock, New - Cruden r Carluke ... Canibushaven Cellardyke (Kilrenny) - Clarkston - Cromarty - Chryston - Carronshore Craigrothie - Carfin - refused. - ditto. refused. - ditto. - ditto. Dundee (Sessional School) - Ditto - St. David's Ditto - Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :e H.and D. Turner, Wymondham,drapers Bannister, Banks, and Co., Sedgley, coal masters; as far re. ads G., W, and W. Bannister Carfin and Lauchop oal ComPanY, GlasgoW 1- J. and A. Scott, Glasgow, merchants; as far as regards J Scott Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yet find his arconut in doing so. MINERS ON STRImCE IN CAMP.-The first mniners' encampment that has been erected at Carfin for a long serie3 of years was set up on Fridiy last by the men lately employed by Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    order applied even to telegraph messengers. iROBBERY OF DYNAMITE. A few nights ago a building used for storing dynamite at Carfin Collieries, near Airdrie, was broken into, and about sixty-five pounds of dynamite carried off. Early next morning the pit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daly and Egan had interviews with their relatives before being removed from the dock. A BUILDING stored with dynamite, at Carfin Collieries, near Airdrie, has been broken into, and 661b. of the explosive stolen. In an adjoining wood 2001b. of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mining districts -of Scotland -by -the an- nouncement -tbhat 'a large Quantity of dynarnite: has.been stolen ,from the e.ires at Carfin colliery. It many be mentioned that Cal-fn is an Irish Catho- lioeentrei and that the robbery is attributed to Subscribers-only content

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