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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1733

    fully and maturely considered the disobedience of Mr James Wardlaw and Mr Ralph Erskine at Dunfermline, Mr John Gib at Cleish, Mr Daniel Hunter at Carnock, Mr John Geddes at Culross, and Mr Thomas Mair at Orwell, ministers of the

    Elizabeth, December 1583, 01 December 1583-31 December 1583

    Lochleven and others are also tendered to Cambuskenneth, Cleish, and Mr. John Colville, and the Laird of Petmely shall be shortly addressed therewith to these gentlemen. It may be that Cambuskenneth and Cleish will accept the offers, but Mr. John Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1585, 01 May 1585-31 May 1585

    C.P., vol. XV. Letter received from him. His constant dealing for her and her son. Ill offices of Lochleven and Cleish against her. "At my wonted habitacion." p. In Phelippes's hand. Indorsed : "12 May 1583. The Q. of Scots Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    Monsieur d': 688. Elizabeth , Queen of England: J. Keith to (1st Jan. 1583 4), 1; good services done by Cleish for, 3; to be driven to convert her force for defence, 9; to Keith (15th), 12; choice of one Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    Cigongnes , Lord of, 583. Civita Vecchia , fortification of, 817. Clan Archer , 232. Clark , Captain John, 609. Cleish , Laird of, 224, 359, 384. "Clevis ," 677. Clerk , James, of Yarmouth, 766. Cleves , siste r

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEXICON, in Three Parts; to lvhich is appended, a NEW HEBREW GRAMMAR. Bythe Rev. W. WALLACz DusecAa, M.A. Mlinister of Cleish. London: printed for Thomas Tegg, No. 37 Cheapside. On the Ist May will be published, in 8vo. price 2s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ancient tower. In Perthshire and Kin. ross-shire the Ochill hills, Fossaway, and Tullibole hills; and in the latter county the Cleish hills, while Benartie Mountain blazed a torrent of light from its high summit, and an equally dazzling beacon was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRANS ER OF LICENSES. At a Special Sessions, held yesterday at the Police Court, the Magistrates,-Messrs. C. R. Cope and T. Phillips,. granted the following transf ers:- LICENSED VICTUALLERS. White Swan, Nechells Park-road, from Saml. Charles Gould to Bowles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    im- proved, and by neon sunshine prevailed. On Dunduff and Petfirran moors there was good sport, and on Blairadar |and Cleish grounds excellent bags were obtained. she prospects fur the season are not equal to last year, but are better Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pto'ke t Acuto Elf'Whiteley'bo such Seretoy c- th. That Mr.:las'. Green h raueH.EiWioc. E'theSeceetary, Mr. Maoulted himnadte rsdn 01 and Cleish of every Societ wh l~ on tubs Union forin -a Conumittee, to marriythObeto this Meeting into 'Efiect, it 'Oh-htteTalso Subscribers-only content

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