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  • * British History Online *

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    June 1657, An Act for Raising of Fifteen Thousand Pounds sterling in Scotland., 26 June 1657-26 June 1657

    Craffurd of Kilbirnie, Gawin Cochran Esq; Cornelius Crawfurd of Jordan-hill, Robert Alexander of Paisley, James Wallis of Bardran, Cunningham of Craigens. Town of Renfrew . For the Town of Renfrew, the Provost and Bayliffs for the time being, John Sprence,

    Index of names and places, C

    Craigmillar. Craidford Town . See Crawfordston. Craifurd . See Crawford. Craigdarroch (Cragedocock), Dumfriesshire, ii. 1148, 1388. Craigends in Kilbarchan (Cragens, Craigens), Renfrewshire, ii. 1154, 1393. Craighall in Rattray , Perthshire, ii. 1153, 1393. Craigievar near Alford (Oragivae), Aberdeenshire, tutor of.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18; leaves large fmily. 15. Walter Cowan, aged 28, West Port; married, and two children. 16. John Miller, aged 35, Craigens; married, and two children. Many of the cases are of a very sad nature. In almost every instance the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * Burnbant, 23s 3d ; Anchalton, 14s Ed, [Ei Sd Woodlands, 20s, 21s; Penkiln, l6s 9d; Shallochwreck, 16s 9d ; Craigens, 16s Ed ; Dalied- buargb. ls 3d ; Craigdhu, l2s Kd, 18 ; Grimmet, lis Si; Knockormal, 1 8s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an explosion occurred at the Craigens coal pit of Messrs. Baird <fc Co., at Kilsyth Stirlingshire. A fall of roof took place, liberating a quantity of gas and blocking up the main air-courses. The gas rapidly accumulated, and then exploded, Subscribers-only content

    General Evening Post, FROM TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 TO THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1783

    - ;'.'D~. zONr~re z3d rnfl. ,as' ,tte f-etry \ .boat was croffing from Cowal, iat t- e te frry of Craigens, l~e Aoiv-lnve'rary, twohorfesbeirg- -. on board becameeUnru ly ; and te boat be ig leaky,.x :diately. fiulM..,ivth ,varer~adI furnki Subscribers-only content

    London Chronicle, FROM TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 TO THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1783

    the 23d inlftntlas theferty- boaC ikas r'roffhrg from Co. wal, at the ferry of Craigens, Ol below Invcrary, twvo hoiies beitg'on board became tin- riil, anl 1ht! boat being .haIy, iunnmedhitely filled with va rand fuw*., By tjiO melanholy accident, Subscribers-only content

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