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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 February 1807, 18 February 1807

    to which he as his Heir " at Law was" entitled to fucceed, in which Appeal " Charles Mercer, in Craigtown of Aldie, is Refpondent, " finds himfelf by reafon of his Poverty unable to pro- " fecute the faid Subscribers-only content

    3 November 1830, 3 November 1830

    residing at the Mill of Ogilvie, after those already appointed. John Robertson, residing at Sheriffmuirlands, and James Robertson, Farmer at Craigtown. The House being moved, " That a Day may be Robertson et appointed for hearing the Cause wherein John Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1831, 3 February 1831

    residing at MillofOgilvy, John et al< v- Robertson, Farmer at Sheriffmuirlands, and James Robert- ^t a* er son, Farmer at Craigtown ; complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, dated the 3d of July 1830; and of Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1831, 4 February 1831

    Petition and Appeal of John Robertson, residing at Mill ofOgilvy, John Robertson, Farmer at Sheriffmuirlands, and James Robertson, Farmer at Craigtown ; complaining of an In¬ terlocutor of the Lords of Session in Scotland, of the First Division, of the Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1786, 25 April 1786

    of March 1786; and that, at the faid Election, Benjamin Williamson, Efquire, Junior, of Banneskirk, and Captain William M'Lean, of Craigtown, the Delegates for the Burghs of Wick and Dornoch, duly chofen and appointed for thofe Burghs, voted for the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a more or less injured state. " The scene of the disastrous accident is a deep cutting known as the Craigtown Cutting, about a mile and a half to the west of Winchburgh Station, and about fourteen miles from Edinburgh. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be t ready for the conveyance of the sufferers to the In- firmary. Proceeding next in the special train to Craigtown Bridge, they found the scene -which we have alheady described-the engines and tenders all smuashed up and standing half' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of his horse for a considerable distance, but headt ubtirnmt-er to let go his hold. A man named Keith. of Craigtown. who was or the rusd . .en the first horse ran away, was knocked dow n bv oce of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    After further evidence, H~is H~ONOURl gave a decree for £50O and costs, JAMfES BILOWE V. ScAME COMSPANY. James Brown, of Craigtown, near Portetewvart, processed the sam~e defendants to recover the sum of £111 damage sustained by the plaintiff, for that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    use of rie. patienlts. 80 TEE RECENT DPaiviNo AccIrNT NEAR PORT- nusn.-On the 27th inst. an inquest wa;1s held at Craigtown by Dr. Caldwell, J.P., coroner, on the body of MIr. Robert Keith, a farmer, who had been thrown from Subscribers-only content

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