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  • * British History Online *

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    Inquisitions, 1589

    Shaxton in co. Leicester, and all the lands, chief rents and services in Shaxton; and 1 water mill called the Clockmill in the parish of Swepton in the said county, after the death of Thomas Bracy his father, to hold

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edinburgh. With perhaps a single exception, not a soul in the House knew why the Government had bought the " Clockmill Estate-" The true explanation is this. There is in Edinburgh a small club of useless dilettanti who busy themselves Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - J. Jones and D. Jones, Liverpool- J. Haddon and J. Searle, Manchester, commis- sion merchants. Scotch Bankrupts. David Dickinson, Clockmill, Dunse, millwright- Angus Forsytbe, Aytou,Berwicksbiie, draper - James Miller, Led- lanet, Kinross - John Cameron (deceased), Dingwall, writer - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The vote was then agreed to. On the vote of £3,569 for the completion of the pry-. chase of the Clockmill Estate at Edinburgh, Mr. GOURLEY moved the rejection of the voto. Mr. M'LAREN said the estate adjoined the (Jieeas. Subscribers-only content

    London Chronicle, FROM THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 TO SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1780

    licy;. & cti, and officks; the lands of .,Little luchw Cafirwf d, Catlawbarn, Mcikle-mill, dnJl mill lands; the lauds of Clockmill, Balbrydic, Lnchdrum, Midbrae, Baflardbrae, Cawlhawk, Mec- kle Cramond Inch, apd Moflide parks; whereof the 'free rent, includingo2001. for marle, Subscribers-only content

    London Chronicle, FROM THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 TO SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 1780

    with the policy, garden, and oflices; the lands of Little Inch, Cafwayend, Catlawbnrn, Muikl-'mili, and mill lands; the lauds iof Clockmill, Bailbrydie, Lochdrum, Midbrae, Baftardhrai, Cowlhawk, Mel- jkie Cramond Indc, and Mffidce parks; whereof the free rent, including sool. for Subscribers-only content

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