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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1575

    May 1575. Skinneris, wrang . Johne Grhame in Pollok, Patrik Grhame, Dauid Grhame and Andro Langlane thair, Dauid Huchinsoun in Carmyle an d Johne Huchinsoun, his sone, ar all fund in the wrang and amerchiament of court for the beying

    Extracts from the records, 1668

    October 1668. Licence, Park to hold a school . Grantis licence to Robert Park, who formerly held ane school at Carmyle in the barrony, to tak wp a school here within this burgh, for instructi ng of the youth in

    LXXX , Charter confirming no.LXXVIII

    Johnestoun, Gartforie, Mukracois, Edingeich, Badlay, Molens, Garcosch, Balgaddeis, Comflattis, Halhill, Balrachany, Windie Hege, Bruntbrome, Blakzeardis, Daldowie, Over Kenmure, Over Carmyle, Nethir Carmyle, Dalbeith; omnibus et singulis terris de Scheddilstoun, Lochwode; ac omnibus et singulis terris de Provand; cum castris, turribus,

    Index, A - K

    John, Lord, 65. Carmichael , James, of that Ilk, justice-clerk, 374; commander-in-chief of the forces, 404. Carmyle (Karmyld, Carmyld), Over, 217, 229, 233. Carmyle , Nether, 217, 229, 233. Carnweth (Carnuathe), 294, 324, 363. Carnes , George of Creychton of,

    Index of subjects and places

    292; soapwork at, 173, 175; against melting cracklings in, 269, 279. Candle street , 148. Cardross , parson of, 351. Carmyle , school at, 111. Carpet to be bought , 136. Carron bridge , 60. Carstairs , parson of, 351.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    ment, intituled, " A Bill for making and maintaining ei a Road from the Glasgow and Parkhead Road to " Carmyle and Flemington, and other Places, in the " County of Lanark :" That by their Lordships Standing <c Orders Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1825, 28 March 1825

    dis- Notice. pensed with on the Bill for making and maintaining a Road from the Glasgow and Parkhead Road to Carmyle and Flemington, and other Places in the County of Lanark; and for the Lords to be summoned ; The Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1828, 31 January 1828

    Bridgetown; " JamesPaton Fewar, Camlachie ; James Reid Fewar, Park- " head; John Kirmiburgh Fewar, Tolleross; Alexander " Breechen Fewar, Carmyle ; Adam Ferrie Merchant, " Glasgow; John Whitehead, Merchant there, John Watson " junior, Manufacturer there, and James Duncan, Subscribers-only content

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

    Petition against; Referred, and Counsel ordered, 269. Lords' Amendments agreed to, 581. r. a. 623. Cardiff:—See swpra, 21. Poor, 77. Carmyle :—See ire/ra, 26. Cart (Renfrew): 24. For altering and amending Act 27 Geo. III.; Referred, xc. 60. Bill ordered, Subscribers-only content

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

    Blantyre, 339. Bolton, 316. Bothwell, 333. Brad- ford (York), 296. Bridgetown, 63. Broadmills, 468.—Calton and Mile-end, 141. 206. Cambuslang, 189. Carmyle, 241. Cam- lachie, 537. Cathcart, 14. Catrine, 394. Chapelton, 151. Cum- nock, 394.—Dalzell, 206. Darvel, 394. Dundee, 206.—Eagle- sham, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The originator of all this mischief is the cousin and presumptive heir of Lord Carmyle. He pays Hawk a good sum yearly to keep Lady Carmyle in durance, but fully believes the child to be dead. At length chance favours Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hands to the Pumps," by H. S. Tuke, for £420. Mr. Fleming, a Scotch farmer, was travelling by rail from Carmyle to Glasgow, when his fellow-passengers suddenly noticed the white, death-like pallor of his countenance. They spoke to him-there was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mCa n. .Ce. Nicholas Wood, Esq. Jar n o. Henry StRddart, REq. imarov. ~~~W. Woods, REq. John Sligo. Eq., of Carmyle. 3 Pernicetan, esq. ThLomss Henderson, Eq, of J. Smithsons, Eesq. Press. Jh lyoEq Robert Cadell. req. Edar ROtlyn, esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester agents; a as far as regards J. H. Wood. Coleman and Engehausen, Kingston-npon-Hull, tailors. - W. Rodger & Sons, Carmyle, bleachers; as regards A. Rodger, a Pearge and Stewart, Limerick, hardware merchants. I1 L1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ----- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    41, Charlotte-sqluare. HnARR MAXWeaLL iNGLtS, Essi., NV S.. 4, Coateo-cressent, ANTRONY TRAIL, Esq., WSV,., 1(4, Northumberland-street. JOHsN SLGOs, Eeq., of Carmyle. 5, Drumulond-place. ANcasEW 111s&actcuat, Eeq., Itterchant,18, Quoeenstreet. Ttso0sAs GnAHsIns MURRAY,x Req., WV.S., 4, G.lenhslnlas-strest. JAMtES VaRTCis, East., of Efliock. Subscribers-only content

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