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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI, May 1549, 01 May 1549-31 May 1549

    of Scotland with a safe conduct for the Scots commissioners and 100 with them requiring the like for themselves. Hermeston, Clerkington and Salmeston being the places appointed for meeting. Lord Grey and Wharton shall inform them of the names, states Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1573, 01 August 1573-31 August 1573

    night to Berwick; the treasurer treated him very well, thereafter to Coldinghame; he and his wife were away; came by Clerkington and supped in Ormiston, and delivered the tokens to her and the others. Thereafter came to his bed in

    Historical preface, 1647-49

    by the lord advocate, Sir Archibald Johnstoun of Warriston, who took instruments in the hands of Sir William Scott of Clerkington, clerk of the parliament, in the presence of the earl of Loudoun, high chancellor, the marquis of Argyle, and

    Index, M-Z

    deacon, 608. Malcolm, called, a 6. Robert, A.M., minister. See "Clergy." Thomas, deacon convener, 475, 484, 490. Sir William, of Clerkington, 517. Scottish estates . See "Convention of estates." fisheries. See "Herring" and "Lewis, fisheries of." Scrope , lady, 202;

    Index of names and places, C

    Middlesex, ii. 119, 303, 471, 472, 668, 669. committee for the Militia in, i. 1011. St. James, i. 753, 1194. Clerkington [in Haddington ] , ii. 882. Clerkson . See Clarkson. Cletheroe , Captaye, i. 292. Cleve . See Clive.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOUSTOUN, Alexander (c.1770-1822), of Clerkington, Haddington.

    (c.1770-1822), of Clerkington, Haddington. Constituency Dates Glasgow Burghs 1802 30 Mar. 1803 Glasgow Burghs 30 June 1809 301812 Glasgow Burghs 1818 301820 Ofifces Held Lt.-gov. Grenada 1796-1802. Biography Houstoun was the grandson of Alexander Houstoun (d.1777) founder of the Glasgow

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hannan's Sir John Foerest (told Mite-, Ltd. Charies Sidey, .si-., Diector ofldosut Usher Gold Mine, Major J. '. Hiostosuo, of Clerkington, Haddingtonshlire. BANKERS. The -National Provincial Baunk of England, Ltd.. Bislfps- gate Street, .,osndon E.C., and Branches. SOT ICITORS. Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13, at 1, Victoria Street, Belfast, the wife of T. C. Stewart Corry, M.D., of a son. Douglas-July 9, at Clerkington, Haddington, the wife of the Right Hon. F. Brown Douglas, Lord Provost of 1 Edinburgh, of a daughter. 1Hill-July Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the M.W. Grand Master, supported by his Grace the Duke of Athole, the Earl of Had- dhigton, Colonel Houstoun, of Clerkington; Colosel Campbell, of Blythes- wood; Mr. John Stewart, of Nately Balls the Rev. V. G. Faithful, M.A., represehnfiltives from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stevens, Haddington, and seconded by Mr. Deans, Jedburgh. Sir James Grant Luttee, Bart. (Conservative), was proposed by Mr. Houston, i Clerkington, and seconded by Mr. Knox, Dunbar. Both candidates are connected with the county. Lord Win. Hay is not disinclined Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARIAGE of General George Hatchell late King's Royal Rifles, Anth Mrs. Houstoun, widow of , Mr. Robert A. Houstoun, of Clerkington, N.B., and . sister of Sir Francis Bm'dett, took place on Tbhirsday v at St. Michael's Church, Chester-square. Colonel Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 March 1806, 19 March 1806

    George Buchan Hepburn, One of the Barons of His Majefty's Court of Exchequer in Scotland; Alex¬ ander Houflon Efquire, of Clerkington ; Sir James Hall, of Dunglafs, Baronet; Robert Hay Efquire, of Spot; James Wilkie Efquire, of Gilchrifien ; Andrew Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1824, 23 February 1824

    " John Dixo?i, Coalm&ster at Knighlsxcood, and Mrs. Helen (i Houston Widow, the Relict of Alexander Houston, late " of Clerkington, and others his Trustees and Repre- " sentatives, may be required to answer the said Appeal:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1825, 10 February 1825

    a former Commission. The joint and several Answers of Mrs. Helen Houston, Widow of the deceased Alexander Houston Esquire, of Clerkington ; The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Binning, Sir George Warrender of Lockend, Baronet, Alexander M'Lea?i of Ardgowan, Esquire, Alexander Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1826, 23 May 1826

    as also upon the joint and several Answers of Mrs. Helen Houston, Widow of the deceased Alexander Houston Esquire, of Clerkington ; The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Binning; Sir George Warrender of Lochend, Baronet; Alexander MlLean of Ardgowan, Esquire; Alexander Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1771, 13 February 1771

    kirk ; Thomas Gockburn, of Rozvchefler ; Captain David Home, of Pa\-> ton; Archibald Swinton, of Manderfion; Robert Hepburn, of Clerkington ; James Lorain, of Atigelrazv ; John Ren- ton, of Lamer ton ; Robert Robertjon, of Broivnjbank -t John Subscribers-only content

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