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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, May 1674, 01 May 1674-31 May 1674

    assigns whatsoever. Town and lands of Hiltoune of Craigie, on the resignation of Patrick Kyde of Craigie, with a novodamus and an erection of the the said lands into the barony of Craigie and with a change of the holding Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the records, 1648

    Item, anent the setting downe of ane shank in the commoune and the aggreement maid be the baillees with Johne Craigie thairvpon about the geiving to him of ane hundrethe merkis for downe putting of seivine faddomes thairof, and the

    Extracts from the records, 1677

    burgh, and that his fynes be remittit and forgiven to him, at requeist and desyre of Sir Thomas Wallace of Craigie, lord justice clark, and appoyntis the deane of gild to tak his oath, and the clark to give him

    General Index, G, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    , Capt. John, letter of recommendation for Patrick, Lord Gray, warrant for charter on resignation of or Graham, Robert, of Craigie, memorial of protection to Greatorex , Ralph, engineer, petition of Green , Capt., of Carlisle, soldiers shipped to Holland Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Book, November 1710, 11-20, 01 November 1710-30 November 1710

    side of Clyd from the water of Calvin to the Devenshaw: at 20 l . per an. John Patterson of Craigie: for Perthshire except part of Ockell hills eastward: at 20 l . per an. Cha. Craigengelt of Gogar: for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the house in question deposed that Petre, a surgeon in the neighbourhood, told him that his shop he, aog Craigie, sold daily two or three pennyworth of laudanetm to a yeaiS mate and a girl, which was taken to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE Nobility and Gentry are respeetrills T informed that MJrs HUiNTLEY, Stay and Corset Maker to her Majesty, is sufficiently recov'ered from her long and dan- gerous illness to superintend hrr Business as usoal, and s at home from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sign and Adjatant 1. Moore, to have the rank of Lieutenant; H. R. G. 1attison, gent., to be Ensign, vice Craigie. 2d West india Regiment.-Ensign J W. Glubb, flomt the Royal African Colonial Corps, to be Ensign, vice Hloweil, iponedt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House was in attendance. - The Dundee and Arbroath railroad was opened I from Arbroath to the temporary station at Craigie, near Dundee, on Saturday, the 6th inst. - On Sunday evening last one of the bears at the Zoological Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    China before the trade is re-opened. This he had not done, and the stoppage con- tinued.- Globe. Mr Campbell of Craigie has started as the Liberal candi- date in Ayrshire, at the unanimous and urgent request of the Liberal body Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 April 1753, 11 April 1753

    as they pleafe. After reading, and confidering, the Report of theCralgie.Leav* Judges to whom was referred the Petition of Johnioraßril' Craigie of Dunbarnie Efquire ; praying Leave to bring -in a Private Bill : It is Ordered, That Leave be Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1753, 23 May 1753

    John " Craigie of Dumbarnie Efquire to fell Lands in the " County of Perth; and lay out the Money arifing there- " by in the Purchafe of Lands, contiguous to other ** Lands of the faid John Craigie, in Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1753, 27 November 1753

    his Father " and Adminiftrator in Law, and the Right Honourable " Charles Ereskine Efquire Lord Juftice Clerk, Robert *' Craigie Efquire Advocate, and Mary Campbell the "' Sifter and next of Kin to Charles Campbell of Bo- " quhain Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1757, 14 February 1757

    i J 57, made on the Behalf of David Smith of Methven, Patrick Campbell of Monzie, and David Moncrieff of Craigie, Juftices of the Peace for the County of Perth, and Three of the Truftees appointed by an A& of Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1772, 31 January 1772

    " Wifdom, fhould feem meet;" and likewife upon the1 Crofs Appeal of William Lord Falconar of Halkerton, Thomas Carnegie of Craigie, Robert Scott of Logie, for¬ merly Milne of Hatton, Robert Tailyour of Kirktonhillt and others, Proprietors of Salmon Fifhings Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRAIGIE, Robert (c.1685-1760), of Glendoick, Perth.

    CRAIGIE, Robert (c.1685-1760), of Glendoick, Perth. Constituency Dates Tain (Northern) Burghs 2 Apr. 1742 1747 Ofifces Held Ld. adv. 1742-6; ld. pres. of the court of session 1754-d.; commr. of fisheries and manufactures, Scotland 1755. Biography A younger son,

    FLETCHER, Andrew (1722-79), of Saltoun, Haddington.

    Argyll,[footnote] who managed Scotland under Walpole and the Pelhams. In 1747, when the restored Argyll régime routed their opponents (see Craigie, Robert), Fletcher, by an agreement between his father, Argyll, and Sir Hew Dalryrmple, was returned for Haddington Burghs.[footnote] In

    DUNLOP, James (1759-1832), of Dunlop, Ayr and Southwick, Kirkcudbright.

    paymaster, Bombay 1794; mil. sec. to gov., Bombay until 1796. Biography Dunlop’s eldest brother inherited his maternal grandfather’s property of Craigie in 1770, and as his next brother Andrew renounced, it was Dunlop himself who acquired the paternal estate. His

    DUNDAS, Robert (1713-87), of Arniston, Edinburghshire.

    presidency of the court of session. When Lord President Craigie fell ill in February 1760 Dundas had at once written to Hardwicke putting in his claim to the succession,[footnote] and immediately Craigie died, posted to London. Arriving on 13 Mar.,

    MAULE, Hon. William Ramsay (1771-1852), of Panmure and Brechin Castle, Forfar

    aligning also occasionally with Hume and the "Mountain" on retrenchment, taxation and certain radical causes, and, according to Guthrie of Craigie, his seconder in Forfarshire in 1826, with the liberal Tories on trade.[footnote] He arrived late for the 1820 session,


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