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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Denny, 271. Deskford, Devenick, 295. Dingwall, 252. Dores, 116. Dornock, 173. 329. Douglas, 329. Drumblade, 295. Drummelzier, 271. Drumoak, 295. Duddingston, 252. Duffus, 193. 247. Dull, 518. Dumfries, 315. Dumbarney, 315. Dumbarton, 295. Dun, 340. Dunbog, 271. Dundee, 42. Dundee, Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1808, 25 January 1808

    Magistrate of the Borough of Culross, and to be duly commissioned by that Borough, and John Hamilton Diindas, Esquire, of Duddingston, pretending to be duly, commissioned by the Borough of Queensferry, severally voted for the said Lieutenant Ge¬ neral Alexander Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1811, 5 March 1811

    the Road leading from the West end of the Town of Queens- bury to the Town of Linlithgow, by Echline, Duddingston, Nexi)tO7i, Philpston, Merrylees, Champany, Grongfoot, and the Burghmuir of Linlithgow, in place of the Road from the said West Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1825, 21 April 1825

    ingrossed. A Petition of several Tenants, Carters and others, In¬ habitants of the parishes of Dalkeith, Laswade, Libberton, Newton, and Duddingston, and others, in the county of Edinburgh, was presented, and read; taking notice of the Bill for making and Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1829, 20 February 1829

    the Harbour of Leith, in the parishes of Liberton, Duddingston, South Leith, and North Leith, and to levy Tolls and Duties thereon; and also the making, extending1 and maintaining the said main line of the said Railway from its southern Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of names and places, D

    Ducy (Ducey, Duse), Richard, alderman of Bat h, ii. 308, 476, 477, 674. Duddingston (Dudiston), Linlithgowshire, ii. 1152, 1392. Dudhope (Dudope), Viscount. See Scrimgeour. Dudiston . See Duddingston. Dudley , co. Worcester, ii. 632. Dudley (Dudeley): Dud, of Greenlodge, ii.

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    the expenses of a play, [ Ib. ] 193 Council consent to repair the dike around Arthur Seat, Salisbury, and Duddingston crags, [ Ib. ] 194 Three craftsmen found guilty of assault, [ Ib. ] 194 1554, June 27. Treasurer

    General Index, D, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Irish establishment Duckenfield , Sir Robert, bart., deputy lieutenant for Cheshire and Lancashire Ducross , John chirurgeon to Essex's regiment Duddingston (Dudingstoun), co. Midlothian, oxengates in Dudley [Edmund ] . See Empson. Joseph, colonel, appointed governor of New England, Massac Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1752

    Edinburgh, Mr George Forduce at Corstorphine, Mr Robert Hamilton at Edinburgh, Mr Gilbert Hamilton at Cramond, Mr William Bennet at Duddingston, Mr George Kay at West Kirk, Mr John Hyndman there, ministers; the Right Honourable Robert Dundas of Arniston, Esq.,

    Acts, 1834

    of Edinburgh, Mr James Grant at South Leith, Dr David Ritchie, Edinburgh, Mr Daniel Wilkie, Edinburgh, Mr John Thomson at Duddingston, Mr Henry Grey, Edinburgh, Dr John Gilchrist, Canongate, ministers; George Ross, Esq., Advocate, William Paul, Esq., Accountant, Thomas Sawers,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, that a distressing accident, attenaded with the death of at least three persons, some say Four, took place at Duddingston Lochl yesterday. We have fiad frost, more or less Strong, since this day week. At Site same time, though Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to treat the hairns to a blow out of strawberries or goose- berries. Dr M 'Fsrlane, the parish minister of Duddingston, brought this subject before the established Presbytery of Edinburgh only a few days ago, and it was seriously proposed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trying to over-trump one another in this sort of game, and it was thought that the Rev. Dr Macfarlane of Duddingston had played the highest card when he persuaded the Established Presbytery to take measures that on that day the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a by Childeric- tIli Mr. Gardner's Athol Brose Conrt Card (121b) is (121b) Mr. Sl~vester's Steadfast (121bI at:I Mr. Gardner's Duddingston Mr. Silvtester's f by George set (121b) Frederick, darm by The rot Mr. Hanbury's a by Van Am. Palmer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Tomlinson) also ran.- b Betting: 2to 1 agest Tregedy filly, 11 to 4 agst Jingling Johnny, 100 to 30 aget Duddingston, nd 10 tlo agst The General.-Tragedy filly, Duddiregston, and,Jingling Johnny were the leaders-to the dip where The General joined Subscribers-only content

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