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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Accounts, Deans of Guild, 1553-4

    wolt dure of Sanct Thomas ile, v s vj d Item, bocht the xij day of October, foure laids of Cousland lyme, v s iiij d Item, vij laids sand, xxx d Item, Johne Broune and his marrowis, sawars, for

    Extracts from the Records, 1534

    Rook and Henry Richertsoun for Dundie; Alexander Lindesay, Adam Ramsay, for Perth; Dauid Grahame and James Lausoun for Sanctandrois; Walter Cousland and Duncan Patersoun for Strieuling; granttis till pay the sowme of iiij c l li. greit to the men

    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1553-4

    s Item, for careing of thame fra Grantoun quarrell to the schoir at Leyth, iiij li Item, for ane dozone Cousland lyme, xvj s Item, David Grahame, Thomas Baldraney, massonis, for dressing of the samyn j c stanis at the

    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1554-5

    lintale and to reforme the said yet and caip it, ane oulk's wage, xviij s Item, for twa laids of Cousland lyme, iij s Item, for foure laids of sand, xx d Item, for twa cruks, to Johne Ahannay, wayand

    Extracts from the Records, 1558, Jan-June

    maister James Lindesay baillie, and Sir William M'Dougall maister of werk, to contract and aggre with the lyme men of Cousland for furnessing of lyme to the wallis of the toun, and thay to be the price makaris thairof allanerlie.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DALRYMPLE, John (1780-1835), of North Berwick, Haddington.

    ground for an application for his promotion.[footnote] Dalrymple later obtained a command at Madras and died 26 May 1835.[footnote] He is not to be confused with his cousin Sir John Hamilton Dalrymple, 5th Bt., of Cousland who repeatedly contested Midlothian.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1753, 26 March 1753

    other Purpofes therein mentioned. Sir w.-Dal- Upon reading the Petition and Crofs Appeal of Sir Sidney sin- William Dalrymple or Cousland Baronet; complaining of & al. part Qf an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scot¬ land, of the Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1823, 20 February 1823

    House, in their Lordships great " Wisdom, shall seem meet; and that Sir John Dalrymple " Hamilton Mac Gill of Cousland, Baronet, Robert Dal- '* rymple Home Elpkinstone of Home and Logie, Esquire, " Anthony Goodeve of Gray's Inn, London, Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1823, 19 March 1823

    against Doe, Plain¬ tiff's Petition to postpone Hearing; The Answer of Sir John Dalrymple Hamilton Mac GUI of Cousland, Baronet, Robert Dalrymple Horn ElpJiinstone of Horn and Logie, Esquire, Anthony Goodeve of Gray's Inn, London, Esquire, and John Smith, Writer Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1825, 28 March 1825

    " ships great Wisdom, should seem meet;" as also upon the Answer of Sir John Dalrymple Hamilton Mac Gill of Cousland, Baronet, Robert Dalrymple Horn Elphinstone of Horn and Logie, Esquire, Anthony Goodeve of Gray's Inn, London, Esquire, and John Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1826, 1 March 1826

    House, in their " Lordships great Wisdom, shall seem meet; and that " Sir John Dalrymple Hamilton Mac Gill of Cousland, " Baronet, Robert Dalrymple Horn ElpJiinstone of Horn " and Logie, Esquire, Anthony Goodeve of Gray's Inn, " London, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    United Kingdom has been conferred on the Earl of Stair, who will take his seat as Baron Oxenford of I Cousland, reerages of the United Kiogdotu have also been conferred on the Earl of Belfast, who will sit as Baron Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. I. Macgregor, Leith, auctioneer-J. Carrie, Lanark, mes. seager-at-arms-R. Strachan, Kickliston, maltater-W. Pater. son, New Sauchie,grocer-A. Aihkenhead, Patrick, victualler- A. Cousland, Glasgow, wireworker. Priday, Aougut 4. WAR OFFIC ii, Aurl. 4. Royal Horse Guards-Cornet Lord G. J. Manners to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lost passengers t are - C A-Tr. James C. Gibson. Mrs. Lilian. Gibson, sister-in-law of Mr. Gibson, both i of Cousland, near Dalkeith. I Miss Jane Cafferr, of Londlonderry. f Mr. John Stuart, of Pohlokehields, cabin passengers; I And t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Binder, BA., CalusCollege, Cambridge: E dmund Gray. B.A,,Uniiversity College.I urham; .oiin larvey }tlloP, B.. St. Johns College. Cambridge; AndersonJohn Nic. Cousland, St. Beess Cumberlaud; George Mlonkhouso, St. Been.Tcs, x Cofberandiscud.ot eias b upse Par CsTs.-John Dauncey Anderson, B. A., University Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orientalsteamer Bolthara from London, arrived here this afternoon, en route to Colombo ana Calnuttsa .. . NArAL, Wedneiday.-Donsild Currie's steamer Cousland, from Capetown, arrived here at 9 p.m., with maLls and passengers, ex Castle Packet Rodlin Castle, from nigrland, NEW Subscribers-only content

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