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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1667

    pryce of the landis. 16 March 1667. Tak, Petershill and Sheip Craigs . There was subscryvit ane tak of theis lands in Easter Commoune callit Petershill and Sheip Craigs, last occupyed be umquhill John Shedden, in favouris of James Gillies

    Extracts from the records, 1632

    John Ferriers and James Bischope last occupied, set to Adam Tod, tailor, for 50 marks; the grass of the Sheep Craigs set to William Wilsone, younger, for 10 merks; and the "gres of the Somerhill with the gres of the

    Extracts from the records, 1645

    by Adam Tod set for a year for 81 merks; the grass of the Quarrell-hill for 25; of the Sheep Craigs for 8; of the Sommerhill and Meikle Lone, adjacent thereto, for 3 13s. 4d.; and of Skellings Myer, and

    Extracts from the Records, 1584, Jul-Sept

    siclyk ordanis proclamatioun to be maid vp oun the schore of Leyth that na boittes land at the Newheavin, Grantoun Craigs, or any vther pairt betuix the Quenisferrie and Leyth bot in Leyth allanerlie, vnder the payne of tynsall of

    Extracts from the records, 1680

    also to the haill casualities belonging therto. 1 May 1680. Taksmen of the Craigs, discharge merchand hospitall . It being presented that the tennentis in the Craigs, belonging to the merchand hospitall, had susteined great los the last year the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coward, because be behaved like a poltroDa. Witness's conduct wras dictated by anxiety for the honour of his friend. Air. Craigs, of Claphams, was then called to prove tie situation of life in which Mr. Delamare was. He proved that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31. went, accompanied by a person of the nause of Craigs, on the abore evening, to the shop of Mr. Harvey, andi demanded the mney. Woros ensued, when Mr. Craigs said tint lie ii ld 'get it it it'cost him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - NEWSPAPER CHAT. Wie have begard that his Majesty intends.pavsing part of the ensuing winter at the Pavilion at Brighton.-Moraing paper. A Setter from Paris mays that a company is about to be formed, 'which is to engage to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c. P Assoll wosnan, usually employed in carrying fish, Was fotiiid den don the evening nf' Moniday se'sniglSt. cear Blebo Craigs. Site lIn pparently been leaning uponI awall to restlierselt, svie her bhasketsiad slippLidto iet op- orite' sidannud theqbelt catchltig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of delirious affection, for she confessed to old Alison Wilson, the housekeeper, that she had carfied me up to the Craigs, meaning, under a strong temptation of the Devil, to cut my throat with her scissors, and bury me in Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 March 1812, 23 March 1812

    refpeäing. fadtures of this Country, owing to the Continental in lieu thereof, certain Parts of the Barony and Eftate of Craigs, in the faid County, in the faid Charles Marquis of Queenßerry, and his Heirs and Afligns, in Fee-Simple." Borough- Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1812, 24 March 1812

    the faid Deed, and for veft- " ing in lieu thereof certain Parts of the Barony and " Eftate of Craigs, in the faid County, in the faid Charles " Marquefs of Queenßerry, and his Heirs and Affigns, Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    8 July 1812, 8 July 1812

    in the " faid Deed, and for vefting, in lieu thereof, certain " Parts of the Barony and Eftate of Craigs, in the faid *f County, in the faid Charles Marquis of Queenßerry, " and his Heirs and Affigns, in Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1813, 23 February 1813

    Charles Queenfoerry's Marquis and Earl of Queenfierry, &c. and of the Heirs of Entail of the Lands and Baronies of Craigs, Tinwall, and others, viz1; John Douglas younger of Lockerby, Henry Alexander Douglas and William Robert Keith Douglas, Efquires, Brothers Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1813, 24 March 1813

    and Limitations contained in the faid Deed, " and for veiling in lieu thereof the Barony and Eftate " of Craigs, and certain Parts of the Lands of Tinwall, " Burnßairth and Dargavel or Lockermofs, in the faid " County, Subscribers-only content

 

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