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  • * British History Online * *

    20 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Acts, 1743

    of Middlebie, representing that the said Presbytery consists of eleven parishes, of which six are in Annandale, viz., Annan, Hoddam, Dornock, Middlebie, Kirkpatrick, and Graitney; the other five are in Eskdale, viz., Langholm, Ewes, Westerkirk, Eskdalemuir, and Canonbie: That by

    General Index, D, E, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    of James II's grant of quit rents in Ireland to Dore , Lieut.-Col. Thomas Dormer , Captain James Phili p Dornock (Dumfriesshire) Dorrell , Lieut. Hugh Dorrill , Captain Robert, petition of Dorset , Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of, Lord Subscribers-only content

    June 1657, An Act for Raising of Fifteen Thousand Pounds sterling in Scotland., 26 June 1657-26 June 1657

    John Sutherland of Celin, Murray of Spanndall, William Gordoun in Doill, John Crawford, Josias Campbell. Burgh of Dornock . For the Burgh of Dornock, the Provost and Bayliffs for the time being, and Mr. Robert Gray. Shire of Wigton and

    Index, D, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    438 (1 m. 25). Dornham . See Tournehem. Dorno or Adorno (Adurno), in Italy, 1277 (p. 586), 1301. Dornock (Dronok), and Dornock Wood, in Scotland, p. 1260. Dorrell . See Darrell. Dorrington (Doryngton), Salop, g. 2535 (10). Dorset or Dorsetshire,

    Index of names and places, D

    758, 971, 1069, 1325, 1431. Dornoch (Dornock), Sutherlandshire, ii. 1242, 1362. assessment of, ii. 1145. commissioners for assessment of, ii. 1155, 1395. parliamentary representation of, ii. 931. provost and bailiffs of, ii. 1155, 1395. Dornock (Dornick), Dumfriesshire, ii. 1148, 1388.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 February 1778, 13 February 1778

    Vifcount Hampden. PRAYERS. Douglas The Anfwer of William Charles Craigie and others, a|ai"tftalCiai~ to the Appeal of William Douglas of Dornock, was this Day brought in. The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill {hall " pafs ?" It was Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1778, 22 May 1778

    Counfel this Bay upon the Petition and again* C.aje Appeal of William Douglas, eldeft Son of Archibald^ Douglas, late of Dornock, now deceafed ; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the 28th of February, Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1826, 24 April 1826

    Lordships desire their Concur¬ rence. Aniendm" to 3 pre¬ ceding Bills. Banking System, Scotland, Petns agst Alter" in: (Dunning :) Dornock : Culross : Upon reading the Petition of the Landholders and Inhabitants of the Parish of Dunning and County Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1830, 15 June 1830

    having it found that the Petitioner had no Right to fish for Salmon in any Part of the Frith of Dornock, and for having him prohibited and interdicted from doing so, and subjected in the Sum of Five hundred Pounds Subscribers-only content

    13 September 1831, 13 September 1831

    having it found that the Petitioner had no Right to fish for Salmon in any Part of the Frith of Dornock, and for having him prohibited and interdicted from doing so, and sub¬ jected in the Sum of Five hundred Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these irregular unions, and are taking steps to abolish the practice.-During the discussion of this subject, a Mr Sloan. of Dornock, said " his parish was bounded on the east by Gretnia-Green, a place welliknown to ladies and gentlemen, if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a visit to the Duchess Countess of Sutherland, at Dunrobin Castle, vfier5 the Magistrates of the whole northern burghs, Wick, Dornock, Tain, and Cromarty, waited on him. In the hall of the Castle Lord Brougham received the deputations, when the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Carlisle, on Wednesday last, Tristram Lowther, Esq., advanced in years. Mr Lowther, several years ago, selected a place in Dornock churchyard, near Annan, for his burial place, and erected a tombstone over the spot, containing the usual inscaiptionwith the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    few days ago, at Carlisle, Tristram Lowther, Esq. advanced in years. Mr Lowther several years ago selected a place in Dornock churchyard, near Annan, for his burial place, and erected a tombstone over the spot, containing the usual inscription, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the day of meeting.-hMay 5, A. Love, Liverpool, lookin,-glass mauufacturecr-May 11, A. Frazer, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, corn merchant. * Scotch Seqfteottations.-A. M'Eay, Dornock, Sutherlandolhire, merchant -J. RBssell, Slamannan, Stirlingshire, wright. Fnqday, April 15. lPatsrsem ips Dissiedsl.-Blary Ann and J. R Mitcliell, Gloucester, Subscribers-only content

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