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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1589, Jan-Mar

    all to 5008, 6s. 8d. ] 5 February 1588 9. Flemying wobsteris. Fynds it expedient to resaue the laird of Dairsie and maister Archibald Wilkyne oblist coniunctlie and seuerallie for the Flemyng wobsteris to pay to the guid toun the

    Acts and Proceedings, 1601, March

    as most necessar and substantial parts of the samein. Anent the supplicatioun givin in be James Leirmonth, ȝ onger of Dairsie, James Kynninmonth of that ilk, Johne Traill of Blebo, for themselves, and in name of thair tennents, and vthers,

    Appendices

    John Stewart of Blair-Athole; Rev. John Macdonald of Urquhart; Rev. Colin Macvean of Kenmore; and the Rev. Mr Macarthur of Dairsie; and having appointed Principal Macfarlan Preses, there was laid before them a Report of the Directors of the Society

    Appendix, 1600, March

    as most necessar and substantial parts of the samein. Anent the supplicatioun givin in be James Leirmonth, ȝ onger of Dairsie, James (David?) Kynninmonth of that ilk, Johne Traill of Blebo, for themselves, and in name of thair tennents, and

    Historical preface, 1600-3

    and the establishment of uniformity between the national churches of England and Scotland. In 1616 he purchased the estate of Dairsie; and in 1632 he subscribed 1,000 merks to the library of Glasgow university, but delayed making payment till the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 March 1819, 23 March 1819

    Clark, Writer in Saint Andrews, James Clark, against Farmer at Allenbury, Betty Clark, Wife of John J'^f61" Walker, Tenant in Dairsie, and the said John Walker, for his Interest, and Margaret Clark, Chil¬ dren of the late Patrick Clark, Tenant Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1819, 22 April 1819

    of Alexander Clark, Writer in Saint Andrews, James Clark, Farmer at Allenbury, Betty Clark, Wife of John Walker, Tenant in Dairsie, and the said John Walker for his Interest, and Margaret Clark, Children of the late Patrick Clark, Tenant in Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1819, 16 June 1819

    of Alexander Clark, Writer in Saint Andrews, James Clark, Farmer at Allenbury, Betty Clark, Wife of John Walker, Tenant in Dairsie, and the said John Walker for his Interest, and Margaret Clark, Children of the late Patrick Clark, Tenant in Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    389. Cumnock, 220. 313. Cupar (Two Petitions), 70. Curry Revell, 341. 387. Curry, &c, 215. Cutlar, 381.—Dag- linworth, &c, 341. Dairsie, 70. Dalby, Great, 341. Dalkeith, 168. 388, 389. 599. Dallingho, &c, 377. Dally, Old, 341. Dalston, 349. 389. Dalton, Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1833, 19 February 1833

    70 19° Februarii. A. 1833. Petition Q of Members. Thames Tunnel Petition. Hutchinson's Claim Petition. A Petition of Members of the Protestant Conservative Society of Ireland, was presented, and read; praying, That the Acts relating to the Qualification of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be that these porters were deapatehed in search of the yarn immediately on the arrival of the goods train at Dairsie, and it maye also be the case that they went about the business all gently; bub the melancholy fact Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'or:iyth 8, ott, sebolsyr of St John's College, is the eklent son of the lato Los. Ev ego ci;t of Dairsie, Fifeislaio. Ir. 'coett was for sonie time at the RIei Sob aln in ituttgart. I le re: iveil his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to give thus taur att Ii two Commissioners to be appointed under it. llesf the Robert Christie, a millwright at Dairsie, neac, t. Fife, was burnt to death ore Friday, owing to tile ced L ab g becoming ignited, it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vrlylTIptt.-Yoring; Man, age 22, Waiits Sftuation ins Bar character. Fairspololar. Wl ieOe ot.Adws oot 6, Sinialltrook Street, Diriningharin. c10O7 I',IIICTURAT-DRAU(GI-'SMZtIA Dairsie ,eeggiet A ',arints rawngsdet~ails, Ito. involve yeera' expericecao. Teemsomuodcrate.-Adilresn, B. 56. Daily Peat, dill AltmY-PIONSIONERI liolour-sergeantl Itoquilves Employmeuit ias Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Of Mfiss Annis Helen Hra ', IErskine, formerly of No. 9, Granville Place, Portmnan Ur a Squnre, but latb of Dairsie, Knyveton Road, Bourne- a ;o mouth ;uowards of £29,000. Of Mr. John Brown, inu r formerlyot the Grove, Illackheath, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Dairsie, 1782

    Dairsie [bridge] Stone bridge over stream on l, horseman riding and thatched cottages to right; castle on top of low hill and church spire among trees in the background; second state. c.1770/82Etching and drypoint

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