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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 29 June 1646, 29 June 1646-29 June 1646

    Dell delivered in his Sermon: (Here enter the Heads.) Peter Mills. Patrick Bamford. Theoph. Smith. John Hayne. Nic. Widmerpoole. Jo. Clarkston. Henry Potter . Message from the H. C. for a Conference on the Propositions. A Message was brought, by

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 11 June 1830, 11 June 1830-11 June 1830

    Floakside could be preserved, and could be so improved, by making a new line of Road from a point near Clarkston Tollbar to the confines of the county of Ayr , that a better communication would be thereby afforded between

    Index, C, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    of the Falcon , 21. Claret : 21. Clark , Captain: dead, 182. Clarke , "Sanders": Provost of Edinburgh, 581. Clarkston (Clarkinton), Laird of: letters from, 586. Claye , John: owner of the Falcon , 21. Cleish , Laird of: Subscribers-only content

    Surnames beginning 'C'

    John, ser, 71.16 Clarkson : Dan, 43.15 Dan, widr, 65.13 Jeremiah, app, 17.77 Tim, bach, 65.13 Wm, bach, ser, 26.11 Clarkston Rac, wid; Mary, d, 42.8 Clarson : Ann, ser, 64.7 Dan; Anne, w; Jos, s; Benj, s; Eliz, d;

    Elizabeth, January 1581, 01 January 1581-31 January 1581

    touching the manner of their despatch. In the meantime intercepted two letters sent to them severally from the Laird of Clarkston [Clarkinton ] containing no matter of any great importance, and after their examination they were despatched to his lordship. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shire, builder-R. H. and J. Runcorn, Manchester, plumbers -T. Stevenson, Stafford, shoemaker-G. Haines, Kilsby, Northamptonshire, grocer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. A. Brown, Clarkston, by Airdrie, grain dealer-R. Brand, Dalmacadder, Dumfries.shire-J. Livingston, Dundee, manu facturer-P. Sanderson, Melrose, merchant-D. Logan, Kil marnock, ironmonger-R. Thorburn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anderson, Glasgow,spirit dealer-J. Coutts, jio'. KRtc, Aberdeenihire, cattle dealer-G. Thorn, sen. and jon. and R. Thom, Whifiet, cattle dealer-A. Thom, Clarkston, cow feeder. Friday, October 13. WAR OFFICE, 1GcT. 13. Ist Life Guards-Cornet J. M. Hogg, from the 4th Light Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victualler-June 22, J. Bottoroley, Marton, Lincolnshire, miller-June 2, M. Royston, Manchester, builder-June 3, N. Crook, Preston, tailor. Scotch Sequastsrntionfa.-A, Gardner, Clarkston, near Airdrie, wright- P. Levy, Edinburgh, furrier-S. Wiliet, Maxwelltown, Kirkrudbright, wood merchant. FBdy, May 13. Mraroffice, May 13.-2nd Regiment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Khddive by thb British Government. The Malabar sailed at four o'clock." Yesterday afternoon a man named JomN MACKLiN, living at Clarkston, near Airdrie, in Scotland, quarrelled with his mother, a woman about sixty years of age, and shot her in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Weld auDidl'm ol the dCIdI(' JrFr-PERnFnrr.-On the 23rd inst., at Carr's Lane chapel (b7 tW Rev. W. V?. Clarkston, B.A.), Alfred' Jeff, of Edgiantou, to An Bartley, eldest dauzghtr ofStc phel Boyce Pcrrett, of Mlanchlter LAWSON-MAti.-On the 20th Subscribers-only content

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