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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    siglo yn ei chryd ar adeg eyE. newidiad ac erledigaeth. En heglwys hwy oedd yn cynrychioli .y dyniou dewr hyny, Cargill, Peden, Cameronj a Rennie, y rhai a wrthodasant roddi en pdddfau 6 dan iau y gorthrymydd. Ni fynent wneyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T., Esq., 31.P. Brooks. W. Cuoliffe, Esq. lilelewan, W., Esq. I Burke, E., Esq., C.C. Mtrrell, H. E., Esq., C.0. Cargill, W. W., Esq., It.P. Oakley, Rev. C. E., 3Ld., Chance, E. J., Esq., F.L1.C.S. I.C.L. Chapmsn, Abel, Esq. Oeilhy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L., the Hon. P. P. Bouverie, L., and M1r R. Benyon, T'. BE1aWlCL-Mr Dudley Coutts Massoribanks, L., Mr W. TV. Cargill, T., Mr A. Mitchell, of Stow, L., who contested the borough unsuccessfully in 1863, and Mr Joseph Hubback, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. E. ICey (a-) ;eins, DBeale (c) EIIAUMARI.S Ma- 0. Staslev (c) DEvoeRrrT, Slir Brassey (c) BElWVICr, Mr IV. IV. Cargill (r) DoVrI, ltear.-Adm. Sir If. J. BEVErLEY, Mrl R. J. Walkier (7) Leeks, (r) BLACEBUIRN, M' J. PilIkington (C) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,723. Hay 1,081. Bzascsuma.-Lindsay,. 2,226; Benyon, 2,194; Russell, 2,118. Water, . 1,817; Craven, 1,810; Bounerie, 1,588. BnswiCr.-Mesjoribanks, 386; Mitchell, 3e7. Cargill, 295; Hubback, 268. BivmisLx.-Edwards, 689; Sykes, 637. Keane, 498. BIRxENRnEAD.-Laird, 2,080. Jackson, 1,060. BLACxBaURN.-Hornby, 1,025; Fielden, 912. Pikhington, 740; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Journal, December 1748, Volume 56, 01 December 1748-31 December 1748

    several parcels of land in the parish of Vere, part of the estate of Milborough, a minor wife of Richard Cargill, Esquire, only daughter and devisee of William Hodgins, Esquire, deceased, in trustees, to be by them sold to pay

    Treasury Warrants, August 1718, 26-31, 26 August 1718-31 August 1718

    of Kirktoun of Cargill Balchomy, Haltouns Easter, Wester and Middle Laystoun, Gallowhill and Whitefeild, Easter and Wester Woollfhill, Woodhead, Woodend, Blackwell Stobhall with the manner [manor ] place of Stobhall [all ] in the Barony of Cargill, Stewartry of Stratherne

    Acts and Proceedings, 1564, June

    to goe apart, and consider whether it were more expedient that Mr Andrew Simson sould remain Minister at Dunning and Cargill, or be removed to Dunbar, according to his own promise made to Dunbar. It was decerned be them that

    Extracts from the records, 1663

    Donald Cargill, 866 13 4 Cathedral or Inner High Mr. Ralph Rodger, 1,013 6 8 Do. (Collegiate) Mr. John Carstairs, 730 0 0 Outer High (Collegiate) Mr. Robert M'Quaird, 730 0 0 Tron Mr. Hugh Blair, 720 12 0 Cargill,

    Elizabeth I: volume 146, August 1589, 01 August 1589-31 August 1589

    abroad by Sir Richard are a great hindrance to the Lord Deputy. The sept of Murtagh Oge (Kavanagh) of the Cargill have a feud against the Bagenalls, who purchased Sir George Carew's interest in Odrone, and the whole barony is Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 May 1810, 3 May 1810

    fubfcribed: And alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Heritors and Farmers in the Parifhes of Cupar, Kinclaren, Co- puth, Cargill, Lethendy, &c._and County of Perth, whofe Which Report, being read by the Clerk, was agreed Names are thereunto fubfcribed, Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1818, 3 June 1818

    Spottiswoode Spottiswoode " of Sackville Street Gentleman, may be permitted l° mtev.int0 " to enter into a Recognizance for Robert Cargill, zanCc°8"n " on account of his Appeal depending in this House, Cargill's " he residing in Scotland .•" Appeal. Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1819, 29 January 1819

    delivered, pursuant to the Standing Orders of this House. The House being informed," That Thomas Cragie, Cargill " Respondent to the Appeal of Robert Cargill, Mer- aSai^st " chant in Dunkeld, had not put in his Answer to Cra§ie" " Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1819, 25 February 1819

    & Ld. Suffield take the Oaths. Thomas's pirorce Bill. Cargill against Craigie. & ck. L eli- This Day Hugh Duke of Northumberland, and Wil¬ liam Assheton Lord Suffield, took the Oaths, and made and subscribed the Declaration, and also took Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1822, 20 March 1822

    against D. of Gordon. Glass et al. against Hunter. Cargill against Craigie. Balfour & Gibson against Borthwick. Ferrier & Jamei-oa against Hector. Drake's et al. Petition to change Re¬ ference to Judges. Ld. Ormonde introduced. Also, The Answer of James Subscribers-only content


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