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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1833, 4 March 1833

    is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Parishioners of Car- Carriden: riden, in the County of Linlithgow, North Britain, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lord¬ ships " Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    and Cavendish, 52; Stafford; Allestree; Foxearth ; Ashburne ; Norbury ; Snelston ; and Wells, 53. — Bristol; Fraserburgh; and Carriden, 55. — Dollar; Taun¬ ton ; Auldearn ; Bridlington ; Islington; Ilford; Myton-on- Swale; Speen ; Spicer Street Chapel, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Scarring- ton, &c, 185.—Barkby; Thurmaston; Fenstanton with Hilton ; Navenby; Keyham ; Lambeth; Cheam; Margate; and Bradwell, 194.—Deanery of Corbridge; Carriden ; Dartmouth; St. Budeaux; Plympton; Plymouth; Devon- port ; St. Andrew's Scotch Church, Stepney; Martock; and Tintinhull, 195.— Low Subscribers-only content

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

    puth, 295. Carluke, 271. Carmichael, 295. Carmachiar Strath- conon, 210. Carnbee, 271. Carnbee and Comeron, 193. Cam- wath, 193. 329. Carriden, 329. Carsphairn, 329. Castleton, 367. Causeway End, Gallowgate, 295. Cawdor, 271. Chapel- shade, 206. Chernside, Moderator of the Presbytery Subscribers-only content

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

    257. Burslem, 230. Burton-upon-Trent, 230. Bury (Lancashire), 200. Bushy, 220.—Camberwell, 214. Cam- bridge, 200. Cannock, 230. Canterbury, 235. Carlisle, 127. Carriden, 166. Cavendish, 70. Cerne Abbas, 142. Chanoure, Presbytery of, 220. Charlbury, 142. Cheadle, 220. Cheam, 235. Checkley and Croxden, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, April 1672, 01 April 1672-30 April 1672

    The Treasury Lords to the Customs Commissioners to permit Bernard Rust, master of the Scotch vessel called the "Christian," of Carriden (seized by one of His Majesty's ships under pretence of belonging to the enemy, but it appearin g to

    Acts, 1796

    Linlithgow, Mr Hugh Maiklejohn at Abercorn, Mr Robert Rennie at Borrowstouinness, Mr John Sommers at Mid-Calders. Mr John Bell at Carriden, minister; Mr James Taylor, shipmaster, John Meek of Campfield, Esq., ruling elders. From the burgh of Linlithgow, Robert Blair,

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Leslie. Dumfermling. Kinglassie. Portmuck. Vrvel. Kinros. Cleisch. Saline. Carnock. Culros. Crumbie. Enderkeithing. Rossyth. Aberdoure. Dalgettie. Baith. Torrie. Lothian . Linlithgow. Carriden. Binnie. Kinnell. Caldercults. Strabrock. Eglischmachan. Kirklistoun. Dummanie. Torphichen. Bathcat. Livingstoun. Abercorne. Athcathe. Kirknewtoun. Calder Cleir. Edindurgh . Sanct Cuthberts

    Anne, December 1702, 01 December 1702-31 December 1702

    Burnbank, Captain James Menzies, tutor of Weymes, James Campbell of Kerinoch, Sir J. Murray of Glendoak, Lieutenant-Colonel John Erskine of Carriden, John Erskine, jun ., of Balgonie, James Spittle of Lewchat, James Mercer of Clevage, Mungo Campbell of Kinloch, Colin Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    ( Trumpet , Shrewsbury) Carretto y Grana , Otto Henry, Marquis di resolutions of, mentioned Carrick , Ayrs., bailliary of Carriden , Linlithgows., heretors of, petition of, granted Carrington , Carrownasligah (Carownesligagh), in barony of Mogunity, co. Kerry Carse . Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    practical articles are those on "Women's Col- legiate Life in America," " Coffee-rooms for the People,' by Lady Hope of Carriden, and Dr. Richardson's expected monthly paper on "Health at Home." The Rev. H. R. Haweis closes his discourses on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and presented the Premier .0with an address, which, lie explained, wae from the moem- I of the Beness' and Carriden branch of the West Lothiuni *n Liberal Associatien. It contained an expressiona of con- ic fidanee in the Government, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with good CTaatr;aeabu)7 G~plyX61LWLheeleve Rads-, tdgblcton. oiled 1EXERAL Servant W~anted. Good char-acter. Age about 19. Gso, children.-Apsply, 181, Camden Terrace, Carriden St. ct741 AN IENERAL Servant Ithlorouch). Twon inl family. Washing put XX oat. Good plain coolk.-Adldreoa, E6. 71, Dlaily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hfowe Machinists, Pesteiltters, Ba.Tnd Dien Paatefitters, Ciicicers. Rtoundsers, and Youths- ts learn tiio trads.-Atsply, Mecarte and Clarke, 08 and 69, Carriden elihiS 00WIMADE-Wante a pEe od Fasteflitter.-Apply. MYrs. Bi_____5riSteebottom of Great titsg Street. d261l lPOOCT Traie.-Wansted, a youthi Lady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rod lutes reiuad sto he s __________ UNIEGLEAMS. A Series of Daily Readings for I t~ahlfeih By Lady H-OPE, of Carriden, Astisor ot "Touohes oflisall'tfe, Loa. 16uio, Is.,_cloth. N CHRISTO; or the, Monogrami of St. Paul. By the I Jj Subscribers-only content

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