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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    speak with commont spect of that man." And enthusiastic cheering followd& this! Dumbartonshire.-A keen contest is expected between Mr A. Dennistoun on the Liberal, and Mr Smollett on the Conservative interest. The former is said to have the powerful support Subscribers-only content

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    the two Members for Dublin are now against, instead of being in favour of the Bill, and also that Messrs Dennistoun, Mangles, Rameden, Ord, and Bonham Carter, were absent without having paired of. The Speaker's vote is also lost to Subscribers-only content

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    were the following Members of Parliament-Colonel Thompson, Mr Williams, Mr Potter, Mr Dennistoun, Mr Tulk, Dr Bowrieg, Mr Hector, and Mr Sharman Crawford, was held on Thursday morning at the Reform Club in Pailmtall, when it was determiled to call Subscribers-only content

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    pute genuine system of Orange ruler, wovid pro. duce more evil than seven yeats would remedy.'"--At the samte rneetinr Mr Dennistoun and Mr A. Johnston made excellent speechles. Ma. PocrtrY-t At KosrEaatsszc. --Trhe Lib2erals of Kidderni st.' entertaircd their representative, Subscribers-only content

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    under most favourable auspices. We have seldom been pre- at a more soul-stirring meeting than that which eslled upon Mr Dennistoun to come forward on this occasion. The bazaar on Friday ,enirnwr was filled in every part; and, from what; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1504, 01 January 1504-31 December 1504

    Appendix Miscellaneous 1504 Miscellaneous 1504 1504. March 27. Sanuto Diaries, v. v. p. 129. 1332 . Antonio Giustinian, Venetian Ambassador at Rome, to the Signory. Dated 22nd March. Had been with the Pope (Julius II.), who commenced speaking to

    Venice, March 1534, 01 March 1534-31 March 1534

    Pesaro, and died there on the 21st of October following. ( See Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, by James Dennistoun, vol. iii. pp. 66, 67.) The name of the Bailo is not given in the Register, but according to

    Historical preface, The city muniments

    volume ii. of the Miscellany of the Spalding Club, pp. 367 375, from copies in the possession of James Dennistoun of Dennistoun, made by Andrew Lumsden, the private secretary of Prince Charles Edward. As follows: Ego infrascriptus Joannes Gordon Collegii

    Venice, January 1535, 01 January 1535-31 January 1535

    city, which he had intended to confer on his natural son, but the Duke of Urbino having marched at the head of ten thousand men to defend the place, the papal forces retired. ( See Dennistoun, vol. iii. p. 64.)

    Venice, December 1557, 16-31, 16 December 1557-31 December 1557

    Venice December 1557, 16 31 December 1557, 16 31 Dec. 17. Original Despatch, Venetian Archives. 1109 . Michiel Surian, Venetian Ambassador with King Philip, to the Doge and Senate. I went this morning by appointment to the Cardinal Legate.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 June 1817, 9 June 1817

    and assure the same ac- " cording to the said Agreement." Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Messieurs DennistounDennistoun, Buchanan and Company, Merchants in & Co. against Glasgow, complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Llllie et al: Lord Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1817, 23 June 1817

    Mac Crocket, all Underwriters in Glasgow, and George Robertson ju¬ nior, Underwriter in Greenock, to the Appeal of Mes¬ sieurs Dennistoun, Buchanan and Company, Merchants in Glasgow. After reading and considering the Report of the Brocklebank Judges, to whom was Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1817, 25 June 1817

    those already appointed. The House being moved, " That a Day may be Dennistoun " appointed for hearing the Cause wherein Messieurs &. c.°- against " Dennistoun, Buchanan and Company, are Appel- Llllie et *•* " lants, and David Lillie, Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1818, 5 June 1818

    of Liverpool, and James and " Alexander Dennistoun of Glasgow, Merchants, may " be required to answer the said Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the said Alexander M'Gregor and James and Alexander Dennistoun may have a Copy of the said Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1819, 21 January 1819

    his Wife. Also, The Answer of Alexander M'Gregor and Newbigging Company, of Liverpool, and James and Alexander et al. against Dennistoun, of Glasgow, Merchants, to the Appeal of ^ ^ga°r& Archibald Newbigging, Merchant in Glasgow, and others, Underwriters on the Subscribers-only content


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