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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1662

    John Or, master of work; John Ker, bailie of Gorbals. ] Catgill, stipand . It is concluded that the sex hundreth and fyftie markis awand to Mr. Donald Catgill, restand of his stipand the cropt 1661, be payit him wpon

    Extracts from the accounts, 1662-1670

    for the term of Mertimes 1662, conforme to his discherge in the buik, 500 0 0 Item, to Mr. Donnald Catgill, conforme to his warrand and discherge, 433 6 8 Item, to the maister of the Grammer Schooll, conforme to

    Extracts from the records, 1669

    Ordaines John Cauldwall to have ane warrand for the sowme of sex hundreth and fyftie markis deburst to Mr. Donald Catgill, sumtyme minister at the barrony kirk, for Mr. David Liddell, now present minister therof, and quhilk is to be

    Border Papers volume 1, November 1592, 01 November 1592-30 November 1592

    Oct. and Nov. The inhabitants of Etterby, complain upon the Yrwens, called the Kanges upon the Stankhewgh, Geordie Armestrange of Catgill and others, for taking 3 nags, and hurting 6 persons of said town. 19 October 1592. The tenants of Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the records, 1670

    said maister David is awand to the toune ane halfe yeares stipend quhilk was payit for him to maister Donald Catgill. Apprysing of Provand . The provest made report that he had agried with Williame Hammiltoune of Wishaw to lead

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exceed £5. per thare, and the intrrv.a between each ral not to be less than three months, DIRECORoS W. W. Catgill, RE., Director, Oiental Sank Corporation. Jobn Gallagherr Req, 131. Weetbarno Terrace, and Lime., Pern, Erederick harriron, t~sr., Depoty Chairmen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, after a lotg and tedious illness, which shle endurcd with great; fortitude and resig- nation, Mliss Mary a;lsb, of Catgill, near skiptol, youngest daughter of the late Air. Wil. Walsh, of that place. On Sunday last, Mr. George Shaw, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 22nil and 23rd days of December, 1856, feloniossly break into Premises in the- noenplation of Mr. Wiliam Weright~oe, at Catgill, near Bolton Bridge, goid stool thee u buPAPI, sixty Fleeces of ciseviAt anda Hog wool, Noutic Is hierygiett a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edgar; gold medal for the best gold, Mr. Swarbreck. CATTLE DISL&SE In (JUMBERLAND.-At White- haven yesterday, Mr. Thomas Nelson, farmer, Catgill flall, Egremont, was tined £20 for neglecting to report cattle disease on his Tiremises, in accordance with the statute. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Th, percent., ad the transfer, of £2_,455 to the reserve, leaiving £1,368 to be carried over. Mr. W. 'W. Catgill has resigned his .seat on the board of the -New Oriental Bank Corporation Linited, cwinrr to the growing inlirnities Subscribers-only content

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