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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 February 1719, 19 February 1720

    1697, the Nineteenth of November 1702, and the Tenth of July 1707, made on the Behalf of William Nisbet of Dirleton Efquire, Dame Jane Nisbet^ Lady Harden, Sir William Scot of Thirlefion, the Heirs of Sir William Scot of Harden, Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1725, 22 February 1726

    Inftant February, made on the Behalf of Janet Nifiet, Jane Nifiet, and Willielma Nif- bet, Daughters of William Nifiet of Dirleton deceafed; David Erskine of Dun One of the Senators of the Col¬ lege of Juftice, Sir John Hume of Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1725, 17 March 1726

    being moved, " That a Day may be ap- " pointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein William Nifbet " of Dirleton Efquire is Appellant, and Janet, Jane, and " WilHelma Nifbet, and others, are Refpondents:" It is Ordered, That this Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1725, 18 March 1726

    deceafed William Nifiet of Dirleton, by Mr. David Er- fiine, Sir John Hume, Sir James Campbell, Mr. Collin Campbell, John Scot, and James Hume, their Tutors and Guardians, to the Appeal of William Nifiet of Dirleton Efquire; Were this Day Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1726, 6 March 1727

    on Wednefday next. ye" ay* After hearing Cöünfel, in Part, upon the Petition an § Appeal of William Nisbet of Dirleton Efquire; com¬ plaining of feveral Interlocutory Sentences of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, to which Janet, Jane, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the first challenge prize, a 50 gulinea cuip, at Olypi, and othetr big prizes, brat Mir.I EHugh Hopkins's " Chainpion Dirleton LNettle.' w ~ho, though hardly up) to her old condition, is still in excellent formn, anid as she, appea,rs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and party remounted, and passing through North Berwick and Dirleton, reached Archerfield House, the seat of Mr. Nisbet Hamilton, about five o'clock. His Royal Higliess attended the parish church at Dirleton on Sunday, and on Monday returned to Holyrood. II Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nuVritiveprindiple Peverysi iray to the growth an stnceo thjogy" Agradient necs- 2sniuitive, Cocoa stansvrmuhige than either coffee or 'st cu" Dirleton :-Two esonso the Powder in a break. isat cop, anlld op ithboiigwtro milk.-Sold in tin-lined -lb.,ctioners, and 1-b aeldpces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tire late Mr. Walter Campbell, of Islay, North Britain, by his marriage with Mary, daughter of Mnr. William Nisbet, of Dirleton, Harldingtorrshrire, aud she married, in 1813. James, sixth Lord Rutiven, cud was left a wilosv irs 1853. Miss Muriel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on The Bard beat Mr. Robinsonos End Comyn IS. Wood tin Martha Moor beat Mr. Johnson's Fieler Lass Mr. htcLaren's Dirleton Less lot Mr. Rowe's Meg rt the Bridge (1) llr. Dent's lilt of Fashion beat JIr. Lowess Lockhart Mr. Subscribers-only content

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