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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, C

    , Simon Preston, the Laird, 665 note , 667, 880, 896, 919, 968 (7), 1007, 1033 (1), 1034 (2, 4). Craigston , , see Cranston. Crankston , , see Cranston. Cranston , , official to the Bishop of St. Andrew's,

    Elizabeth, October 1560, 21-30, 21 October 1560-31 October 1560

    . 3. On the margin of the last page occur the following notes: "Carr, Parson of Roxburgh, Abbey of Kelso; Craigston, official to the Bishop of St. Andrews. Mr. Secretary. Craigmillar. I know not all his doings here. 20 Sept.,

    General Index, C, 01 January 1663-31 August 1664

    letters of Mr. Crackenthorpe , Chris., information of Cradacher (minister) Cradle , the (London) Craft , Charles Cragg , Hen. Craigston , John Cranborne Cranbrooke Crane , Sir Fras. Rob. Cranfield , Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, signature of Craven (Yorkshire) Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 67, January 1663, 01 January 1663-31 January 1663

    prisoner at request of the King of Great Britain in the old palace at Rouen. Endorsed with receipt by John Craigston from Scouler of a loan of 200 livres 4 sous . January 16, 1663. Papers of John Scouler, all Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    designed in the Scottish baronial style, of which there are many examples still extant in Scotland, notably at Fyvie, f Craigston, Glarniis, &., There are three froutages, to r Peckover-street, East-parade, and to a back street. The centre part of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Phibibs, Solicitor, of Sligo, aged 50 years. POLIRD- URQUHART - June 1, at Brighton, Vim. Pollard-Urqutart, Esq., 3.P., of Craigston Cascie, Aberdeenshire, and Kinturk, Westmeath. SCOTT-June 4, at her residence, Raffery, Co. Down, ',irs. &cot. aged, O years. SFLOAN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Subdeanery Church, Chichester, by the Rev. W. F. Raymond, Adam L'rquhart, Esq., youngest soo ofthe late William Urquhart, Esq., of Craigston, North Britain, to Mary Lydia, only daughter of the Bishop of Chichester. DIED-Xt Cheltenham, on the 24th ult., Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blair's College) which was presented by the unfortu- nate Queen herself to ber attendants ; another portrait of her (from Craigston) in early youtb, wben sbe was in France ; one from the Countess de Flahaut, Baroness Keith and Nairn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    injury Relaxation of the Game Laws.- We have - rPa t pleasure in stating that William Pollard Urquhart P__ » Craigston, has granted t. the tenantry on his estate'^ liberty of shooting hares and rabbits. This _s £S I *.!_ Subscribers-only content

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