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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1581, April

    power and commissione to their loved brethren, Mr Andrew Hay, Mr Robert Pont, Mr David Lindsey, Mr Adam Johnstoune, John Dourie, John Johnstoune, Mr John Davidsone, Mr John Craig, John Duncansone and John Brand, or to the most part of

    Charles I - volume 409, January 1-23, 1639, 01 January 1639-23 January 1639

    seclude him if so were, he being excommunicate by the assembly. Hearing of it, I sent to speak with Master Dourie, requiring what he would do if such accident befell, [and ] withal told him he was not ignorant of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twelve miles, when they turned off, and after many windings, and crossing a narrow bridge, reached the fbrd at the Dourie of Rdthienturclhu, which, from the river beimg flooded, was declared impassable early in tile dav. Here the horses (being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cuti day conducing to the augmentation. Theo card for the third afternoon contained eight events, thme opening one being the Dourie Nursery Handicap, for which the favourite wise Supplled from Wadlow's establishment, is, Economy, despite thle openly expressed inability of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LET-~DWELLING 110USE9 AND LAND' ARB01NJ-Chs.Ql. ResidIVncL; two reaetgtion roomss, fIty -El chambers. bulb roOm". £55. Or Bell-Hudjes, 1o, Bemnrtt, nSA I{IT GAftDBNBRS.-CapItal Cottage. with three acres a LIndII s inteen incries and greruhouses, with 12 soevis gaLrdenl Well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cosivisseed, lIht pmesile ltheir alotiiie swiotuld be toa lalaue. after his sleolaratissi, ands that of Sthe rigpti Lttions tihe I-loss. Dourie Secretary at Manschiester, stunt stsey '1 woulsd lose their "Veltt in- ssslponrt ott ubisoilrspisiloi.' I(H-eir.) If tie Irad a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gaeene There is a railway ,n~n ,-tlsin half a mile from the hasuse. For particulars apply to Joe l'urtning, Faq., Dourie Rdalk, Newtonetewart N.B, C 5451 ~TORH CETRAL WAGON COM1\PANY, j~'RthehareRAIWAY WAG'ONS to ha LET, Application otocee t M. BrrsSecretary, Subscribers-only content

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