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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1701

    hereby appoint the said first three months' supply to be made as follows: viz. by Mr Walter Allan, minister at Colinton, for the Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale; by Mr Francis Finlayson, minister of Kilmarnock, for the Synod of Glasgow

    Acts, 1726

    Libberton, Mr James Grierson at Edinburgh, Mr William Miller there, Mr Neil M'Vicar at St Cuthbert's, Mr Walter Allan at Colinton, Mr James Craig at Edinburgh, Mr James Walker at Canongate, Mr James Nisbet at Edinburgh, Mr John Brand at

    Index, F

    under the testimony of University of Cambridge), 81. Foulis , Sir David, Laird of Colinton. See Fowler, David. Foulis , Robert, son of Laird of Colinton, 213. Foulis , Thomas, 104, 236. Foulk , Sir Henry, letter from, 343, 497.

    General Index, F, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    Staines Fowles , Henry, commission to Sir James, of Colinton, appointed a member of the Privy Council of Scotland appointed a Commissioner of the Exchequer in Scotland James, the younger, of Colinton, to be admitted a Senator of the College Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 249, July 1594, 01 July 1594-31 July 1594

    their friends. The seminaries of Spain and Rouen receive little, but live of themselves. D. Yonger expected somewhat from Mr. Colinton, and Mr. Mann, alias Chambers, from D. Bavand. 3. Allen, Parsons, and Holt receive all their intelligences by Verstegan, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 July 1834, 24 July 1834

    of the Church of Scotland residing in the Parish of ^llshmem, Colinton, County of Edinburgh, whose Names are there- petnf^d>- unto subscribed ; praying their Lordships " to discounte- Colinton f0 " nance every Assault that may be made on Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Wester and Luddy, 649. — Dunkeld; and Abernyte, 700.—Kilmorie, 792.—School¬ masters of St. Andrews; Row ; and Symington, 853. — Colinton, 858. — Logie, 895. — Alloa ; Garioch ; Mony- musk; and Meldrum, 921. — Tullynessle and Forbes, 973.—Kildrummy; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    531. Andrew's, St., Presbytery of, 473. Ar- rochar, 359.—Banchory Devenick, 523. Beith, 460. Berse, 516. Borrowstonness, 341.—Cabrach, 516. Clatt, 370. Colinton| 501. —Dalgety, 416. Dreghorn, 359. Drymen, 523. Dunkeld,'416.' Dunnichen, 560.—Echt, 501. Erskine, 359.—Gargunnock, 380. Garioch, 573. Glenbucket Torosay, 397. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    270. Ceres, 329. Cockpen, 247. Coldingham, 295. Coldstream, 207. Coldstream and Berwick, Moderator of the United Associate Presbytery of, 270. Colinton, 329. Collessie, 310. Coupar Angus, 179. Craigend, 247. Crail, 329. Crailing, 310. Creech, 329. Crieff, 247. Crossgate, 329. Cumbernauld, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    (Suffolk), 70. Clifton Campville, 134. Clifton upon Dunsmore, 210. Clitheroe, 262. Codsall, 205. Colchester, 235. Cold Overton, 20. Coleshill, 210. Colinton, 235. Columb, Saint, 134. Colwich, 158. Comrie, 28. Con- duit Street, 235. Congleton, 220. Coningsby, 36. Cootehill, 126. Cotgrave, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this notice. In March, 1811, I married, and set up my rural household gods at Bonaly, in tie parish of Colinton, close by the northern base of the Pentland Hills ; and, unless some avenging angel shall expel me, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as, on the 17th day of November, within or near the house situated in Juniper Green, in the parish of Colinton, then occupied by you, you the said Edwin Thomas Salt, did wickedly and feloni- ously attack and assault Mary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court of Justiciary of Edinburgh on the charge of having murdered his wife at Juniper Green, in the parish of Colinton. The- Lord Advocate and Mr. Logan, having addressed the Court, the Lord Justice Clerk summed up the whole of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e iaislra cumsbiig machinery is at work, and the average L yieltl is reported at three oncies per ton. The Colinton e digguggs, recently discovered by the Chinese, promise well; t it i atciltel they will prove extensive andreniunorative. 'ainl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOOTBALL. nil ENGLISH CUP, WED)NTESBU1TRY OLD ATacucITIc V. WOLVERItAMPTON a .WANDnnncss.-These teams met at the Oval, Wednesbury, in a tles presence of upwards of 1,000.spectators, and in fair weather. ha e The teams seres- as follows:-Athlletic K ent, goal; Subscribers-only content

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