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  • * British History Online * *

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    April 1654, An Ordinance for setling the Estates of several excepted Persons in Scotland, in Trustees, to the uses herein expressed., 12 April 1654-12 April 1654

    and deemed to be, and are hereby in the real and actual possession and seizin of Sir John Hope of Craighall, William Lockard the younger, Esq; Richard Saltonstal, and Edward Siler Commissioners at Leith, Lieutenant-Colonel Wilks, Deputy Governor of Leith,

    Acts, 1646

    Angus, John Lord Balmerino, Robert Lord Burleigh, John Master of Yester, Sir Patrick Hepburn of Waughtoun, Sir John Hope of Craighall, Sir Archibald Johnston of Warriston, Sir David Hume of Wedderburn, Sir Robert Innes of that Ilk, Sir William Baily

    Acts, 1649

    Robert Lord Burly, James Lord Couper, Sir Archbald Johnstoun of Waristoun, Clerk-Register, Sir Daniel Carmichael, Thesaurer-Depute, Sir John Hope of Craighall, Mr George Winraham of Libbertoun, Mr Alexander Person of Southhal, A. Brodie of that Ilk, four of the Ordinary

    General Index, L, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Threefield, ibid . J., of Inveranssy, ibid . J., of Leith-hall, ibid . J., of Whitehaugh, ibid . P., of Craighall, ibid . Leith-hall Leixlip Le Marchent , El letter from W. W., jun Le Mesurier P. Lemon Le Mot Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1645

    Lord Balmerino, Alexander Lord Balcarras, John Lord Loure, John Lord Barganie, Sir Patrick Hepburn of Wauchtoun, Sir John Hope of Craighall, Sir Archbald Johnstoun of Waristoun, Sir David Hume of Wedderburn, Frederick Lyon of Brigtoun, Sir Alexander Areskine of Dun,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very It strong and numerous, and give promise of great 'a abundance, In the Blackwater district of Blairgowrie and on Craighall the, stoelk. of grouse is re- :o ported numerous, healthy, and strong. From the central and western parts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BalmoraLV After disposing of his oorrespon- dence yesterday, Mr. Gladstone drove with the Black- Craig house part3y from Bliirgowrie to Craighall, and appeared to greatly enjoy the beautiful scenery. Ir. MED1rTEFRAN9.& SQUADRON.-Copen~- baguS~~tenbe 1,8.The Russian war vess-els which have yhlatbean Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clelthich:. William David Proctor, Esq., Col. Dalgairns, of Balgavies. Glammis. James FaIqTuhareon, Esq., of Robert Clerk Rattray, Esq., of Invercauld. Craighall. Major Gammell, of Lethendy. Gles bandeman, Esq., of Alexander Geekie, Esq., of Baonskeid. Baldowrie. Peter Small, Esq., of Dirna- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the benefit likely to be derived from an aesoclation srrch as Is describedr captain Hope, It.N. Sir John Ioope. of Craighall, Bart., a Tory, has been elected M.P. for the county of Edinburgh, in the room of Williamn Ramsay Ramsay, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BRawick-lh-Etmet, near Leeds' ~ieutrnaut-Colonel Wu. 'Hope, C.B. 71st Highland Light Infantry, eon1 of the late Sir .John Hope, M.P., of Craighall, to Alicia Hen- rietta, eldest danuglter of Sir Johln Wedderburn; BDat. LAMBsn-LBBe-Tan. 21st, at Hartlebury parish church,' by tho Subscribers-only content

 

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