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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the accounts, 1662-1670

    14 of Maij to Robert Mein for post letters, 104 10 0 Item, to Walter Grahame, messenger, for apprehending of Daldowie after he made his escaip be warrand daitit the 4 th of Junij, 29 0 0 Item, to John

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 7 December 1831, 07 December 1831-07 December 1831

    J. & W.Dixon v. Fisher et al: Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Dixon , lately residing at Daldowie , and William Dixon , residing at Galaknow , both near Glasgow , Sons and general Disponees and Executors

    LXXX , Charter confirming no.LXXVIII

    Crystoun, Dauidstoune, Gartinquene, Gartinquene Mure, Johnestoun, Gartforie, Mukracois, Edingeich, Badlay, Molens, Garcosch, Balgaddeis, Comflattis, Halhill, Balrachany, Windie Hege, Bruntbrome, Blakzeardis, Daldowie, Over Kenmure, Over Carmyle, Nethir Carmyle, Dalbeith; omnibus et singulis terris de Scheddilstoun, Lochwode; ac omnibus et singulis terris

    LXXVIII, Charter of James VI granting in feu the lands and barony of Glasgow to Walter, Commendator of Blantyre (1587)

    Limloch, Gardarroch, Crystoun, Dauidstoun, Gartinquene, Gartinquenemure, Johnestoun, Gartforie, Mukdawis, Edingeich, Badlay, Molens, Garcosch, Balgaddeis, Comflattis, Halhill, Balrachany, Windehege, Bruntbrome, Blakzairdis, Daldowie, Over Kenmure, Over Karmyld, Nethir Carmyld, Dalbeyth: omnes et singulas terras de Scheildilstoun, Lochwode; ac omnes et singulas terras

    Extracts from the records, 1670

    be him fra the collectouris at the mylnes, to Walter Grahame, messenger, and wtheris, for apprehending of James Waddrop of Daldowie, who had made his escape formerlie out of the tolbuith, and for puting him againe therin; and for the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday afternoon con- siderable sensation was created at Daldowie, to the west of Baillieston, near Coatbridgo, by the report that a man was buried alive. It appears that Mr. William Murray, farmer, Daldowie, had employed some men to sink a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. Glasgow The Earl of Eglinton John Miller, Esq., of Muir. Col. Win. Blairlof Blair shields Joe M'Call, Esqt. of Daldowie Archibald Hamilton, Esq., Theodore Walrottd, Esq., of Rozelle Colder Park Hugh Nh1ller, Esq. Ayr c Johnl Fleming, Esq. of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the city of Glasgow. PROVOST MORLAND, of Stranraer. ALEXANDER DENNISTOUN, Esq., of Golfhill, Merchant in Glasgow. JAMES MhCALL, Esq., of Daldowie, Chairman of the Glasgow and Ayr Railway. WILLIAM GEhlMELL, E q., Merchant in Glasgow. GEO. STIRLING, Esq., Merchant iIl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glasgow. rROVOST MORL AND, of Stranraer. ALEXANDER DENNISTOUN, Esq., of Golflhill, Merchanit in Glasgow. JAM ES M -CALL, Esq., of Daldowie, Chairman of the (,lac1atv and Ayr Railway. 1VIILIAM GEMMELL. Eqq., Merchant in Glasgow. &EO. STIRLING, Esq., Merchant in Directors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eleven SCOTCH. Buecleach, Duke of-Monday, Middell, Tuesday, Boswell's Green; Thursday, Crealing; Saturday, Lauder Castle; at half-past ten. Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire-Tuesday, Daldowie, Saturday, Annis- field Toll; Tesday, Nay, 22, Gartmillan Toll; Saturday, 26th, Blackwood * at a quarher before eleven. Wemyss's, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 December 1831, 6 December 1831

    His Palace of Saint " James's." Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Dixon, J.& W.Dixon lately residing at Daldowie, and William Dixon, residing v- F'suer at Galaknow, both near Glasgow, Sons and general Dis- et a " ponees Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1833, 19 February 1833

    Scotland, Curator ad litem of the said Children ; to the Petition and Appeal of John Dixon, lately residing at Daldowie, and William Dixon, residing at Galaknaw, both near Glasgow, Sons and General Disponees and Executors of the deceased William Subscribers-only content

    1 July 1833, 1 July 1833

    Appellants, on Wednesday the 15th Day of May last, upon the Petition and Appeal of John Dixon, lately residing at Daldowie, and William Dixon, residing at Gala/mow, both near Glasgow, Sons and General Disponees and Executors of the deceased Wil¬ Subscribers-only content

    Railway subscription contracts deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons, session 1837., 1837

    Post-office court, Glasgow. R oy al-exchange-sq. Glasgow. South Hanover-st. Johnstone Cadder-house Gallowgate, Glas¬ gow. * 73, Queen-street - Kilmarnock - Daldowie, Glasgow Falkirk Glasgow- ditto Paisley Glasgow ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Subscribers-only content

    Railway subscription contracts deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons, session 1837., 1837

    Smith Hugh Maclachlan - Ayr - Kilmarnock ditto ditto ditto ditto Glasgow - ditto ditto ditto Ayr - Glasgow - Daldowie, near Glasgow. Glasgow - Paisley Glasgow - Paisley Glasgow - Hill-house Glasgow - Edinburgh ditto Howden-house - Albyn-place Edinburgh Subscribers-only content

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