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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y sefydliad sr y cyntaf gan aanyegrifiadau boneddigion brodorol. Ar ddyfodiad Arglwydd ac Arglwyddes Roseberry i gartref ei arglwyddiaeth yn Dalmeny, gerllaw Edin. burgh, aed trwy y ddefod Scowida bepdfol o dori torth geirch awch ben y briodierdh fel srwydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adam. Lanaerk (County)-Maxwell. Linslithgow (Burglhs)-Gillon. Nairn and Torres (Burgbs)-Col. Bailey. Perth.(Cihy)-L. Oliphant. Rosxbughshzire-Capt. Elliot. Renfrewshire-Sir M. S. Stewart. Selkirk-Pringle. Stirling-Lord Dalmeny. Stirlingshire-Adin. Fleming. Wiek (Burghs)-J. Loch, no opposition. STATE OF POLLS. PerthsAire (Ist day)-Earl of Ormelie, 1631; Sir G. Murray, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir W. Nicholl, J. SCOTLAND. Abe cromby, J. Colqtbhoun, J. C. Hay, Col. A. Mackenzie, J. Sharpe, Gen. Attain, Admiral Dalmeny. Lord Jeffrey, F. Macleod. R. Sinclair, G. Agnew, Sir A. Elliott, Hon. G. Johnston. A. Maxwell, Sir J. Stewart, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Collier, J. Hawkins, J. H. Ricardo, D. 'Was], R. Cornish, J. Henniker, Lord Rider, T. Young, G. ,, SCOTLAND. i Dalmeny Lord . Maxwell, Sir L, Bart. Oswald, J Stewart, R. Gilion, WM. D. Maxwell, J. Sinclair, 5., wVallace, Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berardi.-From Greece: Dr Vlastos, Island of Chios.-From America: Dr Mason Warren, of Boston; Dr Hooper, ditto.-Domestic: Earl of Rosebery, Lord Dalmeny, Lord Melville, Provost Lloyd, Trinity College, Dublin; Sir C. Bell, London; Professor Whewell, Cambridge; Charles C. Babington, Cambridge; Dr Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1840

    accordingly did, and hereby do, appoint the Moderator, Dr Dickson, Mr John Paul, Mr James Thomson, Mr Bannerman, Mr Scott, (Dalmeny,) Dr Welsh, Dr Chalmers, Principal Dewar, Mr M'Lagan, Dr Paterson, Dr Henderson, Mr Thorburn, Dr M'Farlan, Mr L. Balfour,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 26 March 1830, 26 March 1830-26 March 1830

    keeping in repair the Road from Cramond Bridge to the Town of Queensferry ; the Road leading westward therefrom, through Dalmeny to Echline ; and the Road from the West end of the said Town of Queens ferry to the

    William III, April 1700, 01 April 1700-30 April 1700

    Archibald Primerose of Dalmeny, ordains a patent to be passed under the great seal of Scotland creating Archibald Primerose a viscount and free lord of Parliament of Scotland [as ] viscount of Roseberry, lord Primerose of Dalmeny, [with remainder to Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    p. 544. Dalinge , Agnes, g. 733 (9). -, Ric., g. 733 (9). Dally , F., letter from, 1030 (20). Dalmeny , in Scotland, 136 ii. (? Dummany ). Dalsone . See Dalston. Dalston (Dalsone) , Thos., 465 ii., 619,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 12 May 1830, 12 May 1830-12 May 1830

    keeping in repair the Road from Cramond Bridge to the Town of Queensferry ; the Road leading westward therefrom through Dalmeny to Echline ; and the Road from the West End of the said Town of Queensferry to the Town

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Education

    gns. 1908. Three-storeyed bldg. with four-storeyed wings. Renamed Holloway sch. by 1927 . Acquired premises of Camden Sch. of Art, Dalmeny Ave., 1923 as annexe; new wing 1927 and further additions 1930s. Bldgs. on 3 1/2-a. site in Carleton Rd

    Islington Growth: Holloway and Tollington

    was partly filled: Carleton Road was lined with detached and semi-detached houses, but open ground remained in Anson, Hugo, and Dalmeny roads, west and north of All Saints' church. Campdale Road had been laid but not built up and to

    Islington Churches

    Saints' hall, Caledonian Rd., used as chapel of ease to St. And., Thornhill Sq., 1981 . 58 ALL SAINTS , Dalmeny Rd., Tufnell Park . Originated in mission ch. opened by St. Mat. 1881. 59 Dist. formed 1886 from St.

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 16th October 1838

    mine in return, which Lord M. said he couldn't have. Lord M. showed me a letter from his sister from Dalmeny , where she met my little Miss Anson , who she is charmed with. Spoke to Lord M. of

    Saturday 3rd September 1842

    it began to rain, & this continued the whole of the afternoon, without interruption. We reached Ld Roseberry 's place, Dalmeny , at about 2. The Park is beautiful, with the trees growing down to the edge of the sea,

    Tuesday 6th September 1842

    Buccleuch, as Ld Lieut : of the County, had ridden with us, close to the carriage, all the way to Dalmeny , Ld Hopetoun meeting us, & riding with us. At 11, we reached the Scotch Queen's Ferry & got

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1815, 8 May 1815

    Rofebery at Dalmeny - " Park, in the courfe of the laft Year ?" " I did." " At what Time did you arrive there ?" " In the beginning of Auguß." " Did you remain at Dalmeny Park with Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1830, 12 May 1830

    in Repair the Road from Cramon iC Bridge to the Town of Queensferry, the Road leading " Westward therefrom through Dalmeny to Echline, and " the Road from the West End of the said Town of " Queensferry to the Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1830, 17 May 1830

    in Repair the " Road from Cramond Bridge to the Town of Queensferry, " the Road leading Westward therefrom through Dalmeny " to Echline, and the Road from the West End of the " said Town of Queensferry to the Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1830, 21 May 1830

    " Repair the Road from Cramond Bridge to the Town of " Queensferry, the Road leading Westward therefrom " through Dalmeny to Echline, and the Road from the " West End of the said Town of Queensferry to the " Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1830, 24 May 1830

    the Road Bill: " Road from Cramond Bridge to the Town of Queensferry, " the Road leading Westward therefrom, through Dalmeny, " to Echline, and the Road from the West End of the " said Town of Queensferry to the Subscribers-only content

 

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