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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1597

    [Decreit given in favor of the College against Williame Steuarte "as occupeyar, heretour and intromettour with the tenement in the Drygate callit Askirk Manse" for payment of "the sovme of xiij s. iiij d. money yeirlie be the space of

    Note on errata

    the Stable Greyn and Rattounraw, the thrid daye the haill inhabitantis fra the east syde of the Hie Kirk, with Drygate and [north ] syde of the Gallowgate to St. Mongois Kirk; and the ferd day the haill inhabitantis of

    Appendix, Notes on the gates of the burgh in 1649

    the Rattounraw. The Drygate port was situated at the eastern termination of the Drygate, at the bridge over the Molendinar burn. The Sub-dean port is mentioned in 1410 as situated between the Gyrth burn and the Drygate. Diocesan Registers, II.,

    Extracts from the records, 1574

    and paye to maister Thomas Jak the sowme of xviij merkis money for the few male of the place in Drygate of the termes of Witsoundaye and Mertimes in the lxxiij yeir, and that becaus the said James failyeit in

    XLI , Donation from Martin Wan of several annual rents for the maintenance of the poor at St Martin's Hospital (1501)

    ex parte occidentali; item quindecem solidos de tenementis siue terris Mauricii Quhite et Andree Robinson iacente in vico de lie Drygate ex parte australi eiusdem inter terras quondam Willelmi Cragane alias Watson ex parte orientali et terras siue tenementum Johannis

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1825, 11 March 1825

    in Paisley, Heir at Law and one of the Btl nearest in Kin of the deceased Mary Hood, residing in Drygate of Glasgow, Daughter of the deceased James Hood, Excise Officer there; William Hill, Manufacturer in Glasgow, James Hill, Manufacturer Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1825, 19 April 1825

    Manufacturer in Paisley, Heir at Law and One of the nearest of Kin of the deceased Mary Hood, residing in Drygate of Glasgow, Daughter of the deceased James Hood, Excise Officer there, William Hill, Manufacturer in Glasgow, James Hill, Manufacturer Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    far as relates to Road from Andree, through Shettleston, into the great Road at Murriehall, and to repair Road by Drygate and Whitehill to Carntyne; and for building a Bridge over River Clyde near Theevesfoord ; and to make and Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1791, 23 February 1791

    Bridge to Glasgow, in so far as re¬ lates to that Branch of Road from the said Great Road, by Drygate and Whitehill, to Carntyne ; as also of the Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council, of the City of Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1791, 25 March 1791

    Inchbelly Bridge to Glasgow, in so far as relates to that Branch of Road from the said Great Road, by Drygate and IVhitehill, to Camtyne, as also of the Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of the City of Glasgow, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goodtheir efrortshavedossethrough. out it. For tlie good cause, vill at all times pray, Sir, your obedient servant, C. WADDELL. 89, Drygate, Glasgow, 9th June, 1833. CURE OF WANT OF APPETITE AND GENERAL DEBILITY. TO Arts.t EWiNG, 40, GOORGE STREET, Female Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road; Mary Pollard, 135, Drygate; Eliza- betb Findayson, 16,1kWilliam Street; Sarah Jameson, 19, Sydney Street; Agnes MeCrorie, Stettleston; Pebecca Callaghan, 579, Dalmarnock Road; Mary McLean, 86, Cumberland Street; Jessie Hozie, 11, Wright Street; Rose Ann-MeMillan, Drygate, badly injured. Nothing remains Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weavers' earnings, has received l6 threaten. s ing letter. A youth named William Kerr was stabbed in tlie back tin Drygate, Glasgow, on Mronday night, by a cornerman. He lies in a precarious condition. On Sunday might the Queen Bee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' Road, bigamously married Alexander Thomson, sheet- iron worker, 168, Gallowgate, while her: husband, Nicholas Quigley, was living in the Drygate Model Lodginwhoose. 5Mr. J. Locke Anderson, witer, stated that the accused married Quigley in 1884, and he lived at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was opened on Satur- day, and adjourned. A brutal murder was committed yesterday morning in a badk court leading to Drygate, Glasgow. It appears that John Wrood (46) prepared breakfast for his family. His stepson, Thomas 3 ohnsten (18), was Subscribers-only content

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