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  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Hope, read Col. John Cope. Page 601, column 3, line 14 from bottom, for Richard Hatton, read sic for Thos. Hatton. Page 609, line 10, for Colbran's Path read Cockburnspath. Page 619, line 19 from bottom, for Spencer read Spence.

    Treasury Books and Papers, January 1733, 02 January 1733-31 January 1733

    Excise by having their letters left at an alehouse and frequently miscarried. Therefore propose the altering of the stage from Cockburnspath to Old Cambus, 12 miles from Berwick and 8 from Dunbar, and to make a new stage to Dunbar,

    Acts, 1703

    and Ayr, supply the same quarterly, per vices , till the next Assembly; and that Mr Henry Shaw, minister of Cockburnspath, formerly appointed, do go thither against the first day of April next, from the Synod of Lothian, for the

    Edward VI, April 1548, 01 April 1548-30 April 1548

    could not proceed for want of carriage. Having appointed divers of the assured to meet us in the way to Cockburnspath [Cowperspeth ] , to make sure of the passage at the Pease, on Saturday last I set forth my Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, March 1708, 21-25, 21 March 1708-25 March 1708

    17 10 0 paid to the Postmaster at Hadington for the like 25 0 0 paid to the Postmaster at Cockburnspath for the like 25 0 0 half a year's salary for same time allowed to me, this accomptant, for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following appears in: the Daily, News: "Having occasion to despatch a small box containing glass from the post office at Cockburnspath, N.D., I handed it with the usual fear and trembling to the postmistress, when, to my surprise and delight, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ] d : Whitstinhamc Prestr ,kim; 2. Birkett, Braspton. Comberland; - 3, GI Siseson, *elso, nezi&-shire. i. Shearlingram. T. Clark, Cockburnspath. Hladdingtonshiro; 2, the I d j Hon. A. J. Bafour; 3, A. sell Mt8i, Wilkeston, Eid- s~ | Peni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is an exceedingly clever work by W. L. Picknell. I The Widow " (126), by Henry E. Detmold, and "Danglass, Cockburnspath "(I .;5) are oils widely difliring in character, but each of exceptional merit, and in " Old Acres " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Assembly of the Free Church of lScotland of Kilmalie, in the counti of Argyll, and the lFree Church congregation of Cockburnspath and Oldham Stocks, ill the conaty of Haddington, for repeal of. So.s' DuTY.-By Mr. C. TURN ER, from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prevail, promises a moEt bountitul yield. The crops of every de- scription ore ripening r;apidly and uniformly. SCOTLAND.-The crops from Cockburnspath to Dunbar are the finest we hF ve seen for four or five years. Every- thing is looking well, Subscribers-only content

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