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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1722

    Ladykirk, James Christie at Simprim, James Ramsay at Kelso, William Baxter at Ednam, Alexander Coulden at Oxnam, Robert Bell at Crailing, George Hall at Abbotsrule, Henry Home at Channelkirk, Thomas Pitcairn at Lauder, Adam Miln at Melrose, and William Bannatyne

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, January 1756, 01 January 1756-31 January 1756

    their Lordships desire their Concurrence. L. Cranstoun's Pet. referred to Judges. Upon reading the Petition of James Lord Cranstoun of Crailing in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland , and Sophia Lady Cranstoun his Wife, for themselves, and on

    Acts, 1740

    Charles Binning of Pilmore, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Jedburgh, Mr John Gilchrist at Bedrule, Mr Robert Bell at Crailing, Mr James Winchester at Jedburgh, ministers; the Lord Minto, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Earlston, Mr John Bell

    Charles II, October 1683, 01 October 1683-31 October 1683

    S.P. Scotland, Warrant Book 8, p . 163. ] Oct. 13. Newmarket. Warrant for a presentation to the church of Crailing in the shirefdome of Roxburgh, presbytery of Jedburgh and diocese of Glasgow in favour of Charles Rosse, student of Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    1098. Crafte , Leic. See Croft. Crag End , in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247). Cragfergus. See Knockfergus. Crailing (Oraling) , Over and Nether, in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247). Crakecroke , Dham. See Cracroke. Crakehill

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 January 1756, 26 January 1756

    their Lordfhips defire their Concur¬ rence. Pet. retened " Upon reading the Petition of James Lord Cranfioun to Judges. of Crailing in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland, and Sophia Lady Cranfioun his Wife, for themfelves, and on the Subscribers-only content

    19 November 1776, 19 November 1776

    ranked among the Eftates of Crailing and e< V/auchope, may be required to anfwer the faid Ap- " peal:" It is Ordered, That the faid Lewis Scott, and other Creditors ranked among the Eftates of Crailing and We itchope, may Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1777, 21 April 1777

    mould feem meet;" as alfo upon the Anfwer of George Lewis Scott and other Creditors, ranked upon the Eftates of Crailing and Wauchope, put in to the faid Appeal, and due Confideration had of what was offered on either Side Subscribers-only content

    10 December 1781, 10 December 1781

    as to this Houfe, in their Lord- " fhips great Wifdom, fhall feem meet; and that Robert " Scott of Crailing, Efquire, and the Creditors and Pur- " chafers of the Eil ate of the late James Lord 1 " Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1781, 20 December 1781

    et at. Efquire, His Majefty's Advocate for Scotland, and others; agaillft Hart And alfo, The Anfwer of Robert Scott of Crailing LadyCrnnfton Efquire, to the Appeal of Sophia Lady Dowager Cranflon, a"dLftace tt and Michael Lade Efquire, her Hufband. Upon Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOTT, Robert (?1746-1808), of Blackheath, Kent

    headquarters to London.[footnote] Senior partner in the firm of Scott and Pringle of Threadneedle Street, in 1767 he purchased the Crailing estate,[footnote] Roxburghshire, some 15 miles from Haining, the seat of the Pringles. His son, after an extensive ‘English’ education,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the other Peinelheugli, Lillierd's Edge, and now and then a glimpse of the romantic peaks of the Bildons, At Crailing, a well-built little village, the road~ sweeps round to the west, end makes straight for the Teviot and-the J'ed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kelso, Jadburah, asnd a, few other sad places, aud succeeded ao well that thre produce, of thirteen on acres at Crailing reabsiid £I11 at the low rate or 4(1. a cr1 pound, which only Wrs.e astowed' to be charged for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Aseiub.y of the Presbyterian Church in Ielaud, said he, along with his friend and colleague, Mr. Anderson, of Crailing, repaired to Dublin, where the Irish As- sembly was held, and endeivoured, to the best of their ability, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 2, St. Colme Street, Edinburgh, by the Rev. John. A. Cooke, Auebter- gaven, and the Rev. T. S. Anderson, Crailing, Robert Moffat, M.D., Falkirk, to Martha, eldest laugliter of the late James Gray, of Kalemouth, Roxburghshire, and widow of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eldors are eligible for the Moderator's chair. Hitherto the M1oderators have alweavs been ruinisters. Hymns havo just been introduced into Crailing Pree Church, and the other Sunday, for the first i ei, thie conregoation stoed w-ile sinlgrin, and knelt during Subscribers-only content

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