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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 April 1805, 5 April 1805

    Confines of the County of Lanark ; and for making " and maintaining a Continuation of the Road from " Dolphinton to the Confines of the County of Edin- " burgh j" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1805, 8 April 1805

    of the County of Lanark \ and 11 for making and maintaining a Continuation of the faid " Road from Dolphinton to the Confines of the County « of Edinburgh." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1805, 11 April 1805

    the Confines of the County of Lanark ; and for making and maintaining a Continuation of the faid Road from Dolphinton to the Confines of the County " of Edinburgh," was committed : That they had con- " fidered the Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1805, 26 April 1805

    Confines of the County of Lanark, and ic for making and maintaining a Continuation of the " faid Road from Dolphinton to the Confines of the County of Edinburgh." The Oueftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " pafs?" Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1805, 17 May 1805

    of the " County of Lanark ; and for making and maintaining " a Continuation of the faid Road from Dolphinton to " the Confines of the County of Edinburgh." " An " Aft for continuing the Term and altering Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, March 1530, 16-29, 01 March 1530-31 March 1530

    to say mass for them daily "when he is disposed," wherever Walter Ker pleases, for five years. Mark Ker, of Dolphinton, and Andrew Ker, of Graden, "shall gang at the will of the party to the four head pilgrimages of

    List of provosts and other officers, 1527-71

    Stevinson, pp. 1 17. Protocol Book of Alexander King, vol. i. pp. 1 11. 1548 49 . Alexander Ker of Dolphinton, Provost (4th September). William Lawson (25th October to 26th September), William Ker (10th October to 5th September), John Sym

    Index of names and places, D

    Dolobron, Doslebrane). co. Montgomery, i. 979, 1097; ii. 1087, 1335, 1384. Dolphin , Richard, ii. 35, 299, 467, 664, 1369. Dolphinton (Dolphington), L anarkshire, ii. 1152, 1391. Domvile (Dumvill): Nicholas, ii. 608, 714. William, ii. 1436. Donaldson , David, ii.

    Index of names and places, B

    ii. 365. Walter, i. 642. William, i. 966, 977, 1083, 1095, 1136, 1237; ii. 35, 299, 467, 664, 1069. of Dolphinton, ii. 1152, 1391. of Heckington, ii. 1327, 1372. Browning , Mr., ii. 1063. Brownlow (Brownelow, Brownloe, Brownlows): Sir John,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sato below zero. On the night of the liths it fell to 4 below Briti Izero ait Linton ;10 at Dolphinton, for three iniglhts; 7 and mion S at Eiddlestoin ; t Peebles, 8 ; at 1'ortinore, the seat of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was know. iug in pigs, to take one of a very fine litter to his friend, the theu minister of Dolphinton. Bobw was told to be suri and inform the receiver of everything about its ' blood aud culture "-not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Macmine Castle, from Ballibay, County of Monaghan. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd have arrived at Middleton Park, Westmeath, from Garvald House, Dolphinton, N.B. The Count de Paris and the Duke de Chartres continue their sojourn at Gowla fishing lodge, in Connemara, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Canada, a branch had been established at Beyrout, the committee providing £100 a-year, and the late Rev. Dr. Aiton, of Dolphinton, having agreed to give the use of the money originally raised by him for a mission to Jerusalem, subject Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wed Linton, d Peebleshire, was being driven along the read leading It from Garvald to the railway station at Dolphinton, ,he was attacked by a swarm of bees, apparently newly o "cast-off," and so severely stung on the face Subscribers-only content

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