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  • * British History Online * *

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    Introduction

    Maitland, John Maitland, the Bishop of Dunkeld, Robert Logan, Laird of Restalrig, Robert Melville of Murdocairny, Alexander Creichton, Laird of Drylaw, Henry Echlin, Laird of Pittadro, James Mosman, and James Cocky, who were to be kept by t he Regent Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1571, 01 August 1571-31 August 1571

    Robert Malvile of Carny; James Malvile of Halhill; Henry Wardlaw of Torrey; [ ] Seytoun of Perbroith; Alexander Crichtoun of Drylaw, "yonger"; Thomas Kar, of Pharnyhurst, knight; John Hamelton "sone to the said Duke, somtyme Commendator of Abrobrotho"; Alexander Drummonde Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    Bishop of R oss, 672. Crayling : Sussex's army to meet at (16th April 1570), 115. Creichton (Crichtoun), Alexander, of Drylaw, yr .: forfeited (28th Aug. 1571), 668; same, 669. James, of Carto: signs band acknowledging James VI., 166. of Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1544, 16-20, 01 May 1544-31 May 1544

    Preston town and castle. Hadington towns, Freres and nunnery. A castle of Oliver Sancklers. Dunbarre town. Laureston with the Grange. Drylaw. Wester Crag. Enderleg, the pile and the town. Broughton. Chester Felles. Crawnend. Dudistone. Stanhows. The Ficket. Beuerton. Tranent. Shenstone.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LOCH, James (1780-1855), of 23 Hart Street, Bloomsbury, Mdx.

    century from Gloucestershire to Edinburgh, where they prospered in the Baltic trade, became prominent in municipal affairs and acquired the Drylaw estate in 1641. His grandfather James Loch (1698-1759) was a Jacobite sympathizer who donated �10,000 to the Stuart cause,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cH, Md.P.. died in Albemarle street on the 28th ult. He was the eldest son of G. Loch, Esq.. of Drylaw, in Edinburghshire, by a sister of the Right Hon. W. Adam. Born in 1 SO. he was called to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he was, on the conclusion of his years of office, in 1895 raised to the peerage as Baron Loch of Drylaw. - Lord Loch is succeeded in the title by his son, the lion Edward Douglas, born in 1873, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr. Chamberlain to the manter. Loan Lore's W Ilsl-The will and two codicils of Henry Broeuzgiam, Baron Loch, cf Drylaw, formerly Gosernor and Hign Comniissioner in South Africa, of 23, Lowudes Square. who died on June 20, were proved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the floor ; a doctor was called, but on brandy being administered he vomited it up and preseoitly died. Dr. Drylaw said deceased had died from inilamnmmation ot the lungs, produced by expoqure and want of pilser nourishment, amid a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the floor;* a dector was called, hut on brandy being administered he vomited it up and presently died. Dr. Drylaw said deceased had died from inflammation of the lungs, produced by exposure and want of proper nourishment, and a Subscribers-only content

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