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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1738, July-September, 03 July 1738-28 September 1738

    excise within the Zetland Isles. Prefixing: Report to the Treasury from said Commissioners, on the petition of Robert Ewing, of Craigton. Ibid. , pp. 255 7. J. Scrope to the Excise Commissioners. Concerning Prince Cantimir's chocolate stopped at the Custom

    Index of persons

    3, 48, 98, 149, 150, 268, 484, 540. Walter, 194, 322, 505; elder, merchant, 441, 450; miller, 291. William, of Craigton, 416, 432. Comlay (Comlie), Thomas, 289, 500. Cook (Cuik), Mr., minister, 32, 33, 153. Corbett , James, treasurer, 275;

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1732, July-December, 01 July 1732-27 December 1732

    1720,1723, and 1732, as by 10 Anne. 1 sheet. Ibid , No. 37. Same to same from John Ewing, of Craigton. Concerning his collection of the Excise of the island of Shetland. 1 page. Ibid , No. 38. Same to

    Index, C, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    155. See Treasury Solicitor. Craftsman , 51. Cragg's Court , Scotland Yard, 561. Craick , William, surveyor of tobacco, 520. Craigton , 306. Craik , Thomas, 525. Cranborne Chase , 172, 474, 498, 567, 681. -, -, custody of, 204.

    Index, C, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    -, Nathaniel, 452. Crabtree , Joseph, 153. Cragg , James, 449. Craig , Thomas, 284. Craigievar (Aberdeenshire) , 359, 381. Craigton (Scotland) , 555. Cranborne Chase (Dorset) , 79, 82, 109, 129, 249, 403, 409, 598. -, Lodge (? in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CURRENT EVENTS. [ mark () is attached to the Events discussed or more fully nar- Mrated in this week's ExAMInEE-] AMERICAs FOREIGN. Sept. 24.-General Beauregard officially announces his assumption of the command of the Department of South Carolina and Subscribers-only content

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    p.m. and the Scottish Central express from Edinburgh to Perth at six o'clock, and the scene of the accident was Craigton bridge, near the Winchburgh station, and about twelve miles west from Edinburgh. For some miles the line at this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neighboccrhood. At Freeburn it lay oni the road and grass in some places to a depth of nearly half-an-inch. At Craigton Cottage, near Kessock, the deposit was observed on the top of water caugllt ina a cask from thle roof Subscribers-only content

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    LATE MEETING IN GLASGOW.- We understand that M. Kossuth has written a private let- ter to Henry Dunlop, Esq., of Craigton, the chairman of the late meeting in Glasgow, to express sympathy with the persecuted Protestants of Hungary, in which Subscribers-only content

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    exceed X2. J0B. per Shiare, nor tri he unisdo5 n intervals of b. than threeinmonths, Diusecroisa. Henry Dunlop, Esis., of Craigton. opunty Chairmoan of the Edam burg and Glasgow Railway Comspany. Tanlies Nieal Flemoing, Esqi., KLdkerrau Houtic, Ayrshsire. Wiflala Molnnon, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEIN, John (b.1769), of Canonmills, Edinburgh.

    151802 Biography Stein was sixth in descent from John Stein of Craigton, Alloa (d.1615). His father was a partner with his brothers John and Robert in a distillery at Kennetpans by Alloa, ruined by the distillery legislation of 1788 which

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