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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 15 March 1832, 15 March 1832-15 March 1832

    shall confer the Elective Franchise for County Members on Ten Pounds Householders, that would disjoin from Argyllshire the District of Cowal , or which would change the System of voting in the Royal Burghs of Scotland , and disfranchise Rothesay

    Index, C, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    promises to introduce, into France, 376; practices agreed on at, 610. Count Palatine : discord in the country of, 240. Cowal (Cowall), lordship of: Argyll's progress in (July 1574), 34. Cowdenknowes , Laird of: See Hume, Sir James. Cowrons , Subscribers-only content

    Historical preface, 1175-1370

    of which were appointed to be delivered annually at the fair as the reddendo for the lands of Kilmun in Cowal, granted by Mary, countess of Menteith, to Archibald, son of Colin Campbell of Lochow, by charter in 1363. [Origines

    General Index, C, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    Henry, reversion of interest in office of Chief Ranger of Enfield Chase letter to John, and others, commission to, mentioned Cowal (Cowall), Argylls., compositions of unconfirmed vassals of Nether, Argylls. Cowan (Cawan, Cawen), James, Scottish rebel, prisoner in Berwick prisoner Subscribers-only content

    Index, E-L

    295, a62, a65. Kilmarnock , 40, 104 5, a84; schools of, 65. Kilmaronock , parish of, 97. Kilmun , in Cowal, 23. Kilpatrick , 295; parish of, 135; town of, a60. Kilspindie , kirk of, 385. vicar of, 549. Kilsyth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 Cavc-c-liolc,] s.pirc I c,.xlell, Lieet.-Cl. Joush. A. S. 136 Leadcahull streer Cocpet,JaiJoes C., 103. 51 Jcc-tiertoret, Oe- ford streot Cowal, Will. Laymnan, 10 Tolceoaeuse yard Cowell, Jo301 Jermys, juus., 41 Gloucester ter race Cowell, John Welsford 41 Gloucester terrace Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARKE'TS.-SA.TuRDAY. SeRrwsBuRnCoaN.-There was but a small attendance in this market, and trade was quiet for all descriptions of grain. Wheat sold at a decline of Id. per bushel. Oats were firm. Prices:-Whito wheat. 4s. 10d. to 5s. per 751b. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Od E(TANTED, a .tsieIay Maui. as WAGONElfor the Coal Trade. 6t T Musthbe able to read and writs, amdkOw the Cowal mcdl - tpply to J. W._Sauds, Ralaway Wharf, M onumenotLheane nell,- - 1 ANSTED, a Flour WAGONER. One wvlo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trj EATIDE ROYAL5 BIRMINGHARIL LAST TWO NIGHTS OF "THE GREAT CITY." uISL IE ITN [rNO C (Friday), November 8, A, l~freT.m llaIl;dla DrUrY LBUO Daina, entitled "TPVI (1iAt Y " bir. 1 lIVtING in his original character, after BA0Ti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with to his powierful neighbour, the Lord of Loen, or Lorne, at a B place called the ' String of Cowal," where an obelisk of ti large size is erected over his grave. This event occasioned aj feudal fo t Subscribers-only content

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