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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the accounts, 1660-62

    vnto 898 li. 12s. 2d. Item, with what he receavit fra James Moodie and Johne Donald for the tynds of Drymen 1658, conforme to the contract and was payable at Candlemas 1660, 600 li. Item, with what he farder receavit

    Extracts from the records, 1649

    Maxwell of Boigtoun, to be arbiters for that end, it is vnanimouslie approvin. Drymen teyndis . Recommendis to the magistrats to meit with the commissionars of Drymen anent the teynds and to report. 27 March 1649. Outreik . Anent the

    Extracts from the accounts, 1650-59

    1655 as a pairt of Drymen tyndis to a compt, 192 li. Item, farder receavit be him on the nynt of Merche 1655, fra the said Robert Blair, in pairt payment of the tyndis of Drymen, to ane coumpt, 133

    CXIX, Act of Parliament concerning the upkeep of the minister and fabric of the High Church (1641)

    counsell, and commountie of the said burghe of Glasgowe for bruiking and joysing of the teynds abovewrittin, and otheres thairin mentionat in all tyme coming. St Drymen, Driffisdale, Camsnethan, and Traquair. See Abstract of Charters, postea p. 474, No. 220.

    CXXII, Charter of Charles I granting teinds contained in charter no.CXIX

    minutas rectorie et vicarie de Glasgow nuper vnite et annexate ad dictum archiepiscopatum; vnacum rectorie et vicarie decimis ecclesiarum de Drymen, Dryffisdaill, Cambusnethame, et Traquir, vnacum asse dationum devorijs, alijsque divorijs quibuscunque pro eisdem persolvendis tempore retroacto archiepiscopis Glasguensibus, vel

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 December 1757, 9 December 1757

    M'Alif " ter, Portioners of Kepdcuries, all Heretors of the Pa- " rifh of Drymen, and Proprietors of Lands lying " within the faid Parifti of Drymen, may be required " to anfwer the faid Appeal:" It is Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1758, 15 March 1758

    Alexander Din, and Alexander M(Alifier Portioners of Kepdouries, all Heretors of the Parifli of Drymen, and Proprietors of Lands lying within the faid Pariila of Drymen, putia to the faid Appeal; and due Confideration had of what was offered on Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1829, 17 March 1829

    Table. Roman Catholic Claims, Petitions against: (Drymen :) Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Elders, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Great Great Ask- Heritors and Inhabitants of the Parish of Drymen, in Askham and Little Askham Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Waldingfield ; Rye; Oving ; Bradfield and Stanford Dingley; Goldhanger; Sharnbrook ; Penryn ; and Diocese of Rochester, 203. — Drymen ; Tain; Tarbat; Norriestown; Archbishop and Clergy of Armagh; Bishop and Clergy of Ossory ; Dean and Chapter of Subscribers-only content

    26 November 1830, 26 November 1830

    are thereunto subscribed : And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members Drymeu: of the United Associate Congregation of Drymen, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; severally praying their Lordships " to take the Business of legislating on the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. B. Seton, Glasgow, merchants-A. and A. Walker, Cusiai Fife, shoemakers-J. Robertson, Selkirk, mer- chant-W. Lutted, Giasgow, pianoforte manufacturer-J. M'Kechnie, Drymen, cattle dealer. Friday, March 26. WAR OFFICE. MAaru 26. 5th Dragoons-Lieut. C. F. Gregg, from the 50th Foot, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drymen near Stirling. The Shah and his suite arrived in the evening at Buchanan Castle, the residence of the Duke of Mon- trose. His Grace, together with General Annesley and Sir James King, of Glasgow, received the Shah. at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? 2, , -, -!? ;07us . , , a - - I I M IS - A ? I .. I- A training' school for sc4cslm01astcrs, on- the Ainer'lan pihw, iili5e been establshella si si is. Jan There Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at fall from a 5 so'rce, wh~ich eshe sustained awhile ricliisg swith a pasty of laies and gentlemen en the Drymen Read, near Glasgow, onl Sesturday afternoon. Jules H1. Caress was charged at the Bury Police Court with stealing £0310. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tf 1-IwNintr and Co., mnarino, insoirance Ibrokers, Giasgowe. de suetl onFriday night. IIDeceased, wsho wa' sitie-c'-ears of age, drove to Drymen on Fridav, nod oin arriving, boots cupired. The Prince( of W,'aive, commnodore of sthe Royail Yac:ht -Sorad~reri at Cotree. Subscribers-only content

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