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    Acts and Proceedings, 1618, August

    and Assessors, the Erle of Lothian, the Lord Ochiltry, the Lord Sanchar, the Lord Boyd: Barons Waughton, Weymes, Balcolmie, Bogie, Clunie, Glenvrquhart, Balcarras, Lagge, Balmanno, Bonintoun: Ministers, Mr Patrick Galloway, Mr Henry Blyth, Mr John Weymes, Mr George Grier, Mr

    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, May 1746, 11-20, 11 May 1746-20 May 1746

    Keppoch, Archibald Mac Donald Son of Col. Mac Donald of Barisdale, Alexander Mac Donald of Glencoe, Evan Mac Pherson of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac Lauchlan of Castle Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardsheil, George Lockhart Eldest

    Acts and Proceedings, 1596, March

    be brocht south, to be trainit vp in the knowledge of good letters and religioun; and that the Lairds of Clunie, Gicht, Abergeldie, Cowbairdie, Craig ȝ onger, Alexander Hay of Auchmatie, Buckie, James Knowis, Towie Barklay, Patrick Con, and the

    Acts and Proceedings, 1597, May

    aggries, that at the sicht of the Ministers Mrs David Cunighame, Alexander Dowglass, George Glaidstances, and of his freinds Pitlurge, Clunie sall sett downe ane ordour for provisioun of his kirks, quhilk he promises to execute immediatlie after his absolutioun.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, June 1746, 1-10, 01 June 1746-10 June 1746

    Keppoch, Archibald Mac Donald Son of Col. Mac Donald of Barisdale, Alexander Mac Donald of Glencoe, Evan Mac Pherson of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac Lauchlan of Castle Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardsheil, George Lockhart Eldest

    Acts, 1722

    Chalmers, Principal of the King's College of Aberdeen, Martin Shank at Banchoryternan, John Shepherd at Logie Colston, John Burnet at Clunie, James Gordon at Alford, George Moir at Towie, Thomas Reid at Lochall, Alexander Forbes at Forgue, Thomas Scot at

    General Index, C, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    at the late executions Cloyne , Bishop of, (Frederick,) appointment, & c. Great Seal Commissioner translation to Derry (Charles,) appointment Clunie , Alexander, wharfinger, invention Coalheavers on the Thames , riots, & c. among the appear at Guildhall carrying a Subscribers-only content

    The Suburbs without the walls

    Hospital without Aldersgate. There was sometime in this suburbe without Aldersgate an hospitall for the poore, but an Alien of Clunie, a French order, and therefore suppressed by king Henrie the fift, who gaue the house with lands and goods

    Index of persons

    , Lieut. col., 429, 515. James, 500. Clemie , 530 1. Cliddisdale , Thomas, 528. Cloberhill , laird of, 540. Clunie , John, 528. Coallier , James, smith, 475. Coatts (Coittis), David, 534. John, 537; merchant, 460, 520; younger, 428.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Fothegayle. Weyme. Kilmawock. Strouane. Lud. Rainoch. Dow. Garnetullie. Fosse. Logierait. Kirkmichaell. Mulyne. Ardunnan. Straphillan. Killen. Lundyff. Ratteray. Cargill. Blair. Kapeith. Clunie. Bernnethy. Allicht. Ruthwen. Glenaylla. Kinclevin. Monyday. Dumblane . Kilbryde. Kilmadock. Kincardin. Port. Kilmahug. Callendreich. Lenie. Abersule. Baquhidder. Cumrie. Strowan.

    Index, A-L, 01 January 1759-31 December 1763

    -, letter to, 32. Clifton , William, proposed for Georgia Council, 34. -, -, Attorney General of Georgia, 179, 185. Clunie , Alexander, memorial of, 321. Coates , Christopher, re-appointed Secretary of New Jersey, 178, 185. "Cock," the, Senegal, 29

    Tables, January to December 1767, 01 January 1767-31 December 1767

    affidavit, and usual report, see Dom. Geo. III. , pcl. 79, No. 8 a to c. ] 13 " 88 Clunie, Alexander, of Thames St., London, wharfinger, A machine for working cranes used in landing goods from vessels, & c. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A-K

    Cliddisdaill , George, 998. Clogie , William, minister, 1086. Closeburn , Laird of, 318, 766. Cluny , v . Gordon. Clunie Kilmavencock , minister of, 336, v . Barton. Cochran , William, 388. Cock , v . Cooke. Cockburne ,

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