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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 16 February 1650-31 December 1650

    Rob., secretary of the Admiralty Committee letters of Cozen , Math Crackenthorp , Capt. Rd. Crafts , Mr., customs' officer Craigmill , Jno., license for Crake Castle , co. Devon Cranage , Capt. Crandly , Capt. Rich. Cranford , co. Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1722

    Troup, younger, advocate, Captain John Forbes of Boyndlie, George Sinclair, bailie in Ellon, James Spence of Alveskirton, William Cuming of Craigmill, Mr Duncan Forbes, advocate, Duncan Forbes, bailie of Fortrose, Colonel Robert Monro of Fowlis, George Monro of Culcairn, James

    General Index, C, 01 March 1673-31 October 1673

    gone to Cologne Cradock , Richard, innkeeper, of Kilcock, examination of refusal to christen child of Craigbaiky . See Kippens Craigmill , William, information given by Craigo . See Baldovie. Cramont . See Restalrig. Cranfield , Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, August 1673, 01 August 1673-31 August 1673

    court martial upon Captain Thomas Monck and Lieutenant Therrence (Terence) Byrn, of the Duke of Albemarle's regiment, against whom William Craigmill has given information concerning alleged false musters and other misdemeanours. Sign Manual. Countersigned "Arlington." [ Ibid. No . 250. Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 19 February 1830, 19 February 1830-19 February 1830

    more effectually converting into money the statute labour in the said county, for repairing the Highways and Bridges therein at Craigmill , and from thence to Rimmichie at the west end of the valley of Pluscardine , situated in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    borrowring poasers. Estimatedcost, 30,0001. MONsLASD RAItNVAYS.-For power to execute a line from Clarkston to Cowdenhead, with branihes to Planes and Craigmill and other places, at a cost of 137,0001. SOUTHAIIPTO, BnisTtOL, AND S0STve WALES RAIL- wAY.-To authorese construction of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    directors of the line being in attendance-Mr. John Duncan, chairman; Mr. Whyte, AbefdeeD Mr. Smith, of Glenmlllao; llr Gordon,' of Craigmill; with Mr. Ferguson, secretarC Owing to some unforeseen failure of steam power in one of the engines, the journey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Fleming, Private G. Simpson, Private R. Rees, and Private T. Atkinson. Tbe instructor to the olass was Dr. A. Craigmill, M.D. Lieut.-Col. Cunningham, who presented the certificates, highly oomplimented the men on their success, wbioh, be said, reflected great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brooklebank, Wallaoe, F. Jones, and W. Millar ; Quartermaster Crosby, Surgeon D. Russell, M.D. ; Acting-Surgeons Laidlaw, M.D., Young, and Craigmill ; and Acting-Chaplain, the Rev. W. E. B. Gunn. The parade state was ss follows :- 31 officers, 45 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    supported by the public at large, who must by this time be heartily sick of " trial by newspaper." Actiog-Surgeon Craigmill, M.D., has been recom- mended for promotion to fall surgeon in tbe Ist V.D. Caeshire at Birkenhead. Major W. Subscribers-only content

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