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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1722

    John Wiseman at New Monkland, John Scot at Stenhouse, Thomas Linning at Lesmahagow, Charles Hunter at Pittinain, Robert Davidson at Crawfordjohn, John Stirling, Principal of the College of Glasgow, James Clerk at Glasgow, John Scot there, John Gray there, John

    Index, C, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    (p. 465). Crawford (Crawforthe, Crawfurthe), captain of, I. 2 (2), 805 (p. 458). Crawford (Crawfurde), Edw., a Scot, I. 682. Crawfordjohn castle , in Scotland, II. 361. Cray , North-, Kent. I. p. 557. Crayford Kent, alias Eard, I. g.

    Index, H, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    138, 188, 196, 202 (p. 105), 328, 349, 361, 452, 476, 491 (2), 527 . Hamilton , , keeper of Crawfordjohn castle, II. 361. -, , captain of Edinburgh castle, II. 255, 282. - (Hammyltoun), Gawin, I. 222. - (Hammiltoun),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rawfordJohn Purse of 52 snos, for,(12)dov o won by the Marquis9f, Douglas's Drift; heating Sir . A. axvell's Modunaineer.,, The 'Crawfordjohn Purse of 52 50!s ) for (12) bitches, of lS42, w won by Dr. Brown',s Chalotte, beating Sir W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hugies, 5 savs a-side, 41r 6Om, Stoke Hoor, April 8 31 Ilire, w eighlt 11st, met M'lenna, 50 sovs n-side, Crawfordjohn, 46 niles iromn Ediniburgh no fight, beaks, Jan 9-met aain Jaln 31, again beaks, at Kentoti Muir, stakes drawn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their gigs or carts. By eleven o'clock, the hour at which divine service commenced, the multitude then assembled from Crawford, Crawfordjohn, Douglas. Roberton, Wiston, Lesmagahow, Moffat, Durrisdeer, Morton, Penpont, Sanquhar, Kirkconnell, New Cumnock, &c, a circle whose radius is upwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lanark, 8; Carluke, 8; Carstairs, 3 ; Carnv.ath, 4 ; Carmichari, j Wiston and Ro- berton, 2 ; Crawf»rd,3 ; Crawfordjohn, 3 ; Douglas, 2 ; Pe- tenain, 5. The third minister of Petenain was the first reading minister of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAINS CHURCH. THE RENOVATION SCHEME HISTOP.Y OF THE BUILDING The Parish Church at Mains is to be renovated at a cost of £1150, of which sum the heritors of Mains and Mrathtnartine have very liberally granted £750, and the Subscribers-only content

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