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    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, March 1734, 11-20, 11 March 1734-20 March 1734

    apprehends, has an undoubted Right to the Honours, Titles, and Dignities, of Viscount of Oxfurd , and Lord Makgill of Cousland . "Nevertheless, at the last Meeting of the Peers of Scotland , held upon the 21st Day of September British History Online

    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, April 1735, 21-30, 21 April 1735-30 April 1735

    and establishing the Petitioner's Right and Title to the Honour and Dignity of Viscount of Oxfurd and Lord Makgill of Cousland: " "That the Committee had considered of the said Petition; and heard Counsel, and examined Witnesses, on the Part British History Online

    Historical preface, 1581-87

    [ Ibid ., p. 673 ] . He subsequently obtained a gift of his lands, lordships, and baronies of Dirleton, Cousland, and others [ Ibid ., p. 684 ] . Privy Council Register, III., 609. This act was ratified by British History Online

    Report of the Committee of Council on Education; with appendix., 1864

    Par. Cockpen - - F.C. Colintou and Currio - F.C. Coltbridge (Lord Mac¬ kenzie^) - Undl. fCorstorphine - - Par. Cousland, District Undl. tCnunond "- -Par. Cramond (Davidson's Mains) - - F.C. tCramond (Davidson's Mains) • -CUL tCrichton - - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Second report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts., 1871

    those in No. 1. 3. Charter by King William the Lion to Radulph of C ruliam, of the lands of Cousland, Peutland, and Gogger rin the county .of Edinburgh], to be hold by him and his heirs in feu and Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Twelfth report of Her Majesty's Civil Service Commissioners, together with appendices., 1867

    Courtenaye ; Tram am. Philip Allen Tram. Courtney; William Prideaux Courroux John Cousins ; Charles Edward Cousins William Henry Cousland James Cousland William Coutts; Jamet Cove; Richard Gillard Cowan ; John William Cowcher Edward Parker - Cowcher Edward Parker Cowen Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    The twenty-first report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland., 1889

    1716, 3184, 6479. . , Cousano.co. Cork. Sec Owosano. Coushine, Oarrett, pardon, 6555. Qousino, Robert, pardon, 2465. Cousingston. Sec Cussingesion Cousland, Tho., pardon, 4618. Cousyn, Gorrod, pardon, 2284. Covonfciie, James, pardon, 6323. „ Malaghlin, pardon, 6325. Covorstowne, co Kild., 5761. Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education; correspondence, financial statements, &c. and reports by Her Majesty's inspectors of schools. 1852-3. Vol. I., 1852

    for V-Schodl Books and '• Maps. Amount. Dateof •Payment. Amount. Grants to Certificated Teachers. Grants on account of Pupil- tcachcrs. Cousland - Cb. of Scot.1 Cramond - - Par. Cramond - • F.C. Dalkeith - - F.C. Davidson's Mains • Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Third report of Her Majesty's Civil Service Commissioners; together with appendices., 1857

    William Henry - Coulson; William Henry - Coulter j Joseph •Courfoux : John •Cousin*; William Henry - CouOand ; larnci Cousland; William - Coutts, Jamci Cowcher j Edward Parker - Cox ; Kdwin Anselm Cox j Jainci • Cox | Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will I probably be-Train from Dalmeny to Duddingstone and I Coaigonillar Station, then drive round by Niddrie, Yer Craighall, Inveresk, Cousland, Pathhead. and Dalkeit. At the latter place he will probably address a meeting in the Foresters' Hall. This drive, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carried by competing lines shows a large increase during the year owing to cheaper rates. THE TIMBER TRADE. Messrs. Allison, Cousland, and Co., Glasgow, in their annual timber market report, say-The volume of business transacted during the year has been Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [VISCOUNT CASTLEREAGX. COMING OF AGE CELEBRATIONS. RE]JOICINGS AT MOUNTSTEWART. DINNER TO THE TENANTRY. INTERESTING PRESENTATION. SPEECRES BY LORD LONDONDERRY AND LORD CASTLEREAGIT. ENTHUSIASTIC PROCEEDINGS. Mountstewart, the County Down seat of the Marquis of Londonderry, so picturesquely situated on the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twelve o'clock, at Mr. Bair'InAt, Alexande ikned PartieS, victualler, Aug. 4, 24, at twelve o'clcck, at Henderson's Tavern, Glasgow. Archibald Cousland, Glasgow, wire ;vorker, Aug. 7, Sept. 1, at one o'clock, at .Messrs. Thomson's and Laurie's chambers, Glasgow. INSOLVENT DEBTORS' Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Pearson, 8 Union-street, Lrith Pearson, Adam, 22 Blackford road, Edinburgh Pearson, Thomas, 52 Grange-road, EcUnburgh Pearson, Janet Howden, Northfield, Cousland, Dalkeith Peat, Mrs Jessie, 10, Somerville-place, GLosgow 1 eat, John Manor, Blairlogie, by Stirling ' £ eat ,> VJ^ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 TO TUESDAY DECEMBER 30 1740

    It is repbrted that one of the. Princes of the lHoufe of Brandenbourg vill *and Candidat, for tlie Dutchy' of Cousland. The following is the King's Letter to the Statese- I reral on the March' of his Troojs into Silefia. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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