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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jC t , ,i - , Ui~'r Rvatral 31 nt)h his M a:=i-yee ItIJaeS3teiihadtitesi.itnleda0f tnqn iry tilo al). [hi 'Clcninaates Cowie Wcctl it-I t(e ctotiduct of ihr 4dtl ierv amt [per plipi' tie ifiliii-ti ult, mAA fir- \vhi enialled tl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N4W THEATREC ROYAL,-;DR1URYZAXB.-Monday, Kig Lear. And Th. C taraeit:: Tusdy, 4 v Straniger; -The.'Sfraager, Mr., Kean. And Rilling No Mucder.-Wednesday, a Grand Selectios of Ancient and I.Modern Musie,,under the diTectiou of Mr. Bochia.-'Thursday, the MerryWives of Windsor. And ether Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vul. Iii, by Mr Lynam, may be had separately, price los. Printed by J. F. Dove, St John's square, for Cowie, Low, and, Co. Poultry; Chalmers and Collins, Glasgow; H. Mozley, Derby; and J. Cumming, Dublin. In I very thick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MUNDI. THE ASS will commence his WEEKLY. LECTURES on Saturday next (All Fools' Day) and every Saturday after; price 4d. Cowie and Co. 60 Paternoster row, and 24 Fetter lane. Also, just published, EVERY WOMAN'S BOOK; prie tIs. FANCY'S SKeTCH; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T Qr1 Gileobrist .3ottle-bolder-Broelgham and the Lions-Feroale Gymnastics- ots of Aldermen, Editors. Lawyers, and stuff of that sort. Fupithed bY Cowie and Ce. 65 Paternoster row, and 24 Fetter lase.-Weekly co4d.-M~osllY, with a. truly Ass inme Wrapper, is. 4d. PN Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 August 1746, 4 August 1746

    Ordinary, of the 23d of the fame Month, made on the Behalf of Thomas Fullerton of Gallraw, "John Fullerton of Cowie, John Turnbull of Strickathrozv, and R.dert Ramfay Merchant in Edinburgh; and praying, " That the fame may be, " Subscribers-only content

    26 November 1747, 26 November 1747

    of the 23d of the fame Month, made on the Behalf of Thomas Fullerton of Gall- raw, John Fullerton of Cowie, John Turnbidl of Stric- katbrow, and Robert Ram/ay Merchant in Edinburgh; and praying, " That the fame may be, Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1748, 30 March 1748

    the Lord Ordinary, of the 23d of the fame Month; to which Appeal Thomas Fullerton of Gallraw, John Fullerton of Cowie, John Turnbull of Strickathrow, and Robert Ram/ay Merchant in ^din- burgh, are Refpondents: Counfel were accordingly called in* And Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1806, 28 March 1806

    of the Barony of Crimond, called Logie, in the County of Aberdeen, and a Portion of the Com- mon of Cowie, comprized in a Deed of Entail executed Hodie 2a vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An Aft to Duchefs Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1809, 1 February 1809

    Edinburgh, and of John Dundas Efquire, One of the Clerks to His Ma- jefty's Signet, Captain Ninian Louis of Auchen Cowie, and David Falconer Efquire, of Carlourie, Curators of Alexander and Anne Wallace, the other furviving Children of the faid Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the accounts, 1573-85

    to Edinburght for consultatioun taking witht men of l aw anent the new landis, xx lib. " Gevin to Williame Cowie, smyth, for twa keyis to the tolbuyth, iiijs. " Gevin to James Frebarne for taking wp of tymmer to

    Acts and Proceedings, 1594, May

    Johne Tyrie and Captane Gray, they were not his ser vants: Being inqyrit, if ther was any [person ] callit Cowie, quhom with he spak shortly, or any sett on land with the bark that came last in [from Flanders,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, August 1746, 01 August 1746-10 August 1746

    Ordinary, of the 23d of the same Month, made on the Behalf of Thomas Fullerton of Gallraw, John Fullerton of Cowie, John Turnbull of Strickathrow , and Robert Ramsay Merchant in Edinburgh ; and praying, "That the same may be,

    Index, C, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    of death (3rd June 1571), 595. Cowhill (Cohill), castle of: thrown down (29th Aug. 1570), 327. Laird of: 130; 327. Cowie , Thomas: a common messenger between Flanders and England, 285; his letters intercepted, 311. Cowper , Mr Archibald: 459. Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, March 1748, 21-31, 21 March 1748-31 March 1748

    the Lord Ordinary, of the 23d of the same Month, to which Appeal Thomas Fullerton of Gallraw, John Fullerton of Cowie, John Turnbull of Strickathrow , and Robert Ramsay Merchant in Edinburgh , are Respondents: Counsel were accordingly called in.

 

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