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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1580, Jul-Sept

    said Dauid heirfor. Jhonestoune his blew brissell . Grantis and gevis licence to Edward Jhonnstoun, merchant, and Symon Jhonestoun in Dumfries, to transport and cary frome Leyth to this burgh the blew brissell laitlie apprehendet in thair possessioun and areistet

    Extracts from the Records, 1588, Apr-June

    prouest that his lordship hes obtenit the guid toun and the rest of the burrowis vnder this present raid of Dumfries ane exemptioun thairfra for the furneising of twa hunder men of weir, thairfore thay agreit that the said men

    Addenda, Mary - Volume 7, October 1556, 01 October 1556-31 October 1556

    assize is to proceed on bills filed for lack of answer, and to be answered in the next meetings at Dumfries and Carlisle. Agreements on bills answered foul to be proved before you, according to the custom of the borders. Subscribers-only content

    Mary, June 1557, 01 June 1557-30 June 1557

    not "finaliter d ec idere, but finaliter d iss idere." On the Earl of Cassillis pressing us to go to Dumfries, my lord of Westmerland told him plainly, they could not assure us, for they had 300 Frenchmen there. They Subscribers-only content

    CXIV, Act of Parliament concerning markets in the Burgh (1640)

    Parliament have dischairged, and simply dischairges all merketis upon Monday to be any wayes keeped in the burghes of Jedburghe, Dumfries, and Brichine in tyme comeing, and appoyntes, chairges, and ordeanes, the samene marketis which ware in tyme bygone keeped

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for an Act to enable John Earl of Hopetoun, Curator of Law to George Vanden Bempde, Maqruis of Annandale, his Uncle, A Lunatic, and the Curator of Law of the said Marquis for the Time being, to..., 11 June 1743

    zy /y-/j/i?yzy?/7 M^z^m y#r /z5g 77>772 ^wg", /a .gTWZz? .Fi-m /y f/#Ytf/.»Z £#77^, ii/07yZ/z}j-, tf/W O^ry z>z if/jz-. Czy^TZ/yy' zjy Dumfries, ^777/ ^ z^/j^jr/-. #77,3? ^y/;/^// //j£ LiyZ/v-zTy ^/jzzfzz/V? ^zyZzzyizy^^zZ. ' B$C2l'^ Gzwgf? ?72zzz/z.zz .B^/tV, Marquis of y^zz- zzzzzzz/zz/p, ftands Subscribers-only content

    19 June 1717, 19 June 1717

    for the better " Prefervation of the Game;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. E u PRAYERS. Dumfries, A Petition of feveral Waggoners, Carriers, Drovers,'' and Graziers, inhabiting in divers Parts of the Weft of vv'efTfor England, Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1737, 6 April 1737

    Hbufe of Lords. A. Dumfries Duty on Beer, „ New Sarum, paving, Ike. Bill : ft Billa, intituled, " An Aft for _, an Aft paffed in the Third Year of the " Reign of His late Majefty King George Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1738, 1 May 1738

    to Hodie 3a vice lecla efl Bitta, intituled, " enable Dorothea Clerk to fell Lands in the County of " Dumfries, for Payment of Debts charged thereupon, " and to purchafe other Lands, to be fettled to the fame " Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1747, 9 March 1748

    or to be pro- " creat of the Marriage betwixt the faid Mr. WilUam " Dalrymple and Penelope Countefs of Dumfries, and the " Heirs Male of the Body of the faid Second Son; and, " failing thefe, to the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AMRYWION. Yr mrawdlys (Guildford, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, rhoddwyd dedfryd marwolaeth ar ddyn o'r enw ()bed Usher am lfruddio ei feich 12 mlwydd oed. Dywed ysgrifenydd yn y imwes fod yr ben syniad am boblogaeth China yn hollol gyfe liornus. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heb. ddechreu yn siroedd Iwerddon o ddifrif; and yn Scotland y caed y buddugoliaethau pwysicaf. Enillxfyd y sedd yn Sir Dumfries a Stirling ; enlil*yd Sir Perth hefyd, dros yr hon yr oedd Arglwydd MORAY, yr hwn a roddodd BEiCONSFiELD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydyw g-nddo mown ot toc. l~nig wneathlrwyr,-Allen a Hanhurys, Plough-court, hi ,ldaiu. ft : There was a young man of Dumfries, - Whose Corns did so tickle and tease, So he sent for a box of the Shields of Alloock's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    os nad ydyw ganddo mewn too. yn g wneuthurwyr,- Allen a itanburys, Plough.-onrt, undain. There was a young man of Dumfries Whose Corns did en tickle and tease, So he sent for a box of the Shields of Allcock's, Which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydyw ganddo mewn 00. umd lig wauthurwYr,-Alem a HEanburys, Plough-court, - - - I: There was a young man of Dumfries, a Whose Corns did eo tickle and tease, So he sent for a box of the Shields of Allcock's, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KIRKPATRICK, William (c.1705-78), of Lochmaben, Dumfries.

    KIRKPATRICK, William (c.1705-78), of Lochmaben, Dumfries. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 13 Feb 1736 June 1738 Ofifces Held Professor of public law, Edinburgh 1734-5; principal clerk of court of session 1738-d.; sheriff, Dumfries 1747. Biography William Kirkpatrick, a lawyer, whose grandfather

    FERGUSSON, Alexander (1685-1749), of Craigdarroch, Dumfries.

    FERGUSSON, Alexander (1685-1749), of Craigdarroch, Dumfries. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 1715 1722 Biography Fergusson, whose father was killed serving as a lieutenant-colonel of foot in King William’s army at Killiecrankie, received the Duke of Argyll’s letter of mobilization on the

    JOHNSTONE, Lord John (1721-42), of Johnstone, Dumfries.

    JOHNSTONE, Lord John (1721-42), of Johnstone, Dumfries. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 1741 13 Nov. 1742 Biography Lord John Johnstone, whose mother was remarried to a brother of Sir James Johnstone, came back from France in November 1739 with instructions from

    JOHNSTONE, Sir William, 2nd Bt. (d.1727), of Westerhall, Dumfries.

    JOHNSTONE, Sir William, 2nd Bt. (d.1727), of Westerhall, Dumfries. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 1708 1710 Dumfries Burghs 9 May 1713 1715 Dumfriesshire 1713 1722 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Annan 1698-1702, 1703-7. Biography Johnstone was related to the 1st Marquess of

    LAURIE, Sir Robert, 4th Bt. (aft.1708-79), of Maxwelton, Dumfries.

    Sir Robert, 4th Bt. (aft.1708-79), of Maxwelton, Dumfries. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 19 June 1738 1741 Biography Sir Robert Laurie was nephew (through ‘Annie Laurie’) of Alexander Fergusson of Craigdarroch. Brought in for Dumfries Burghs by his father-in-law, Charles Areskine,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The later middle ages Scottish and French Wars

    time. 40 In the year 1299– 1300 alone, money was sent from York to Lochmaben ( Dumfries .), Berwick , Carlisle , Caerlaverock ( Dumfries .), and Roxburgh ; commissioners were sent out from York to levy troops in the

    Parishes Hart

    of Scotland . 78 In 1306 Robert Brus VII murdered John Comyn in the church of the Grey Friars at Dumfries , and was accordingly outlawed by Edward I , who declared his lands forfeit. 79 At this time the

    Parishes Potterne

    was celebrated in his day as a Whig and controversialist. 50 William Ewart ( 1798-1869 ) was M.P. for the Dumfries district of burghs ( 1841-68 ). He was a free-trader and was n otable for his part in passing

    Parishes Meldreth

    was a shop in 1978 . An inn at Chiswick End in the 1930s and 1940s was known as the Dumfries , or, locally, the Dumb Flea. The Queen Adelaide in the north-west of the parish at Whaddon Green since

    Index A - K

    see carpenters. Cabrey , Thos., 269, 480. Cadwallon , King of Britons, 4. Caeresius , a legionary, 329. Caerlaverock ( Dumfries .), 54. Caerleon (Monmouth.), 322, 324-5. Calais (Pas de Calais ), 102-4, 125. Calder , Riv., 224. Caledonians ,

 

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