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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1639

    to meitt with the lairdis of Mynto, Castelmilk, younger, maister Johne Dunlop of Gardin Kirk and maister Alexander Waddrop of Carntyne, commissionaris appoyntit within the presbitrie of Glasgow. And becaus they vnderstand yait thair is ane great number of the

    Extracts from the records, 1649

    Stabcorse, Cowcaddens, Litle Cowcaddens, Woodsyd, Garroche, Gairbraid, Lambhill, Ruchehill, Keppoche, Nether Possill, Over Possill, Kenmuir, Cautstoun, Kendihill, Haghill, Over Carntyne, Nether Carntyne, Eister and Wester Craigs, Kelveinehauche, Drummoder, Proveistis Hauche, with all and sundrie the pairts, pendicles, and pertinentis of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 8 July 1831, 08 July 1831-08 July 1831

    of February as on Wednesday the 3d Day of March 1830, upon the Petition and Appeal of Robert Gray of Carntyne , and John Woodrop of Dalmarnoch , which Appeal, upon the Death of the Respondent James M'Nair Esquire, of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 January 1781, 29 January 1781

    Table. - Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Janet Allan, Allan et al. ReliO: of John Cameron late of Carntyne ; John, Robert, Hugh, James, Archibald, William, Allan, Jean, Janet, and Chrißian Camerons, younger Children of the Mar¬ riage Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1781, 5 April 1781

    Anfwer of Meffieurs Robertfon, and Allan acra:nft others, Creditors of Richard Cameron of Carntyne, to Kobertfon- the Appeal of Janet Allan, Relift of John Cameron, late of Carntyne, and her Children. After hearing Counfel, as well on Wednefday laft, as Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1781, 11 May 1781

    this Day, AI!an et 4- upon the Petition and Appeal of Janet Allan, Relict of ai John Cameron, late of Carntyne; John, Robert, Hugh, James, Archibald, William, Allan, Jean, Janet and Chrifiian Camerons, younger Children of the Marriage between the Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1827, 13 June 1827

    be put into a Committee upon the said Bill To-morrow. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Robert Gray of Carntyne, and John Woodrop of Dalmarnoch; com¬ plaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Session in Scotland, of the Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1828, 29 January 1828

    The Answer of James M'Nair Esquire, Gray & of Greenfield, to the Petition and Appeal of Robert ^"J0* Gray of Carntyne, and James Woodrop Esquire, of i|<js'air. Dalmarnock. Also, The Answer of Young Trotter Esquire, of Cruicks- Trotter et al. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    officials report that whilst aloc- 0 niotive with policemen on board was, early yesterda* 0 morning, passing Carntyne, near Glasgow, there cmme' a a sbowefofstones. As thetenderwas first one policeman C was severely injured. The assailants could n8ti.lbe 'a -distinguished Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. iAin's Wor-ks, Gicagow. -Esq., eif ]Vpssrs. Thntnam Dunlop anid Sons Tho~0~ OanroandFlour -Merchants, 70, Wellingtoo-streat, ~I~efis Hndeson-FsQ~, Direciar, The Carntyne Cg~a ComanyItucecciltackhead, Glasgow. Ceia .~~odcaerEcea Chemical Manofarhacer (one ofth I SOICITtIS.Mesrs. Xohn. S. Galbraith and it`Gill, 63, St. I-in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Quebeo, on the 9th inst., the Eliza Pirrie, Wise, of Belfast, for Grimsby. PASSED Portsmiouth, on tbe 25th inst. the Carntyne, of Belfast, from Sanderland for Hong-Kong. ENTERED At Quehee, onr the 11tb inst., the Dr. Kone, for Derry. S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glasbury, Ifereford; Ticomas Taylor, Esq., Orchard FatI, CamiuLsStirLin., Alloas ScoIland. Ax t.-PiIRE-Jamnes Pollock, Esq.. Paws, Kil- Marnlock; Jazaes Murdoclc, Esq., Carntyne, Gilas- gow:; James Findlay, Esa., Lyonstown, Maybole, Ayrshire. vIox. 1KERnY, POLL ED, AND MTSCELLANEOUS BRED OF CxTrLE r AN'D Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tw,-o frorn 13th i O ICt Jly.-Tainc a~nd p~itticolars, LL11cc Wc ir. m are of i~luntir. Stanley Cottaige. 31nrdoch Its-id. .Carntyne, near U'asg- ow. 14855 | j OLaiXD Y ENS-AUEMI;NT.-A LmTf3y (36), . not inusorrti, who ha~s lived mrore tharn Subscribers-only content

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