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  • * British History Online *

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    XI, Letters of Protection to the Bishop of Glasgow, his lands and men (1251)

    ne quis eis malum iniuriam molestiam aut grauamen aliquod inferre presumat iniuste super nostram plenariam forisfacturam. Testibus, Patricio Comite de Dunbar, Alexandro senescallo et Roberto de Meyners camerario. Apud Rokesburgh trecesimo die Aprilis anno regni nostri secundo. [Translation ] Alexander,

    Extracts from the Records, 1566, Jan-June

    sowme of four Pundis for the expenssis maid be the saidis twa baillies, thair hors and seruandis, in ryding to Dunbar to the King and Quenis Maiesteis, being thair for the tyme, in this instant moneth of Merche, in effaris

    Cecil Papers, February 1607, 01 February 1607-28 February 1607

    of the Exchequer to the Earl of Dunbar, who appointed petitioner Steward for the Star Chamber, with a promise that he should have it for life. However, he has now heard that Dunbar, before leaving for Scotland, secretly persuaded the

    XCI, Act of Parliament entitled 'Act anent the restitution of the Estate of Bischoppis' (1606)

    provisionis. Exceptand alwayes and Reserveand the Castell of Sanctandrois and Castell yairdis of the samin, disponit to George Erle of Dunbar vpon the resignatioun of George Archibischop of Sanctandrois, dissolvit and dismemberit fra the said Archbischoprik be oure said Souerane

    Appendices to volume 3, IV

    is ordainit that thai trawell with the said Mr James to perfyte the wark. At the Synod, & c. at Dunbar, 3d Aprilis 1594 . Sess. 3 tia . 3 Aprilis. Anent the ordance maid in the last Assemblie, ordaining

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Middle division Benningholme

    Constable, viscount Dunbar , who settled them on a younger son Matthew. 41 Matthew forfeited his estate to the Commonwealth for treason 42 but regained it before his death in 1667 , when his brother John Constable, viscount Dunbar ,

    Hospitals Aynho

    for the maintenance of a chaplain at the hospital to celebrate for the soul of his grandmother, Elizabeth, countess of Dunbar . 2 The hospital was under the direction of a master nominated by the lord of the manor and

    Colleges of secular canons Bridgnorth , St Mary Magdalen

    charges were made in 1376 72 and 1379 73 and among the detailed catalogue of misdeeds attributed to Columb of Dunbar in 1410 were charges that he had sold the lead on the roofs of Quatford , Bobbington , and

    Parishes Silchester

    passed to Charles Dunbar , son and heir of Captain David Dunbar , by Mary daughter of Sir John Dillon of Lissmullen (co. Meath ), by Mary eldest daughter of Murrough Boyle, Viscount Blessington . 79 Charles Dunbar , who

    Middle division Burton Constable Burton Constable Hall , Block Plan . Burton Constable 1621 Burton Constable c. 1755 Burton Constable c. 1780 Burton Constable in 1852

    also included land held of the archbishop. 89 The manor continued to descend, with Halsham , in the Constables, viscounts Dunbar in the 17th and early 18th century, and their heirs, the Tunstalls, Sheldons, Cliffords, and Chichesters, all of whom

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mew nrddau Egiwysig. Ymhiith yr ysbeiliadan y cyhuddid ef o honynt, dywedid iddo ladrata ewosalit (saore), o lyfrgell yr Archddeon Dunbar. Cafodd ;yr achos ei chirio am wytbnos, er mwyn rhoddi cyflenadra i'r heddgeidwaid i wneyd ymnchwiliadau pellach Mynegir mai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhagorol. Yna aed ymlaen at yr adran gerdoorol, a chanwyd y tona canlynolo Lyfr Tonau y Wesleyaid, ' Tiverton,' ' Dunbar,' I Ymofyn- iad, I Tangnofeid,' 'Winchester,' IDarwell,' ynehyd A Salmdon, 'Yr Arglwydd yw fy mngail' (Tallis), Diweddwyd trwy weddi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhieni tri chant o blant yn eyr un lle a yo fater sydd yn galw am-beth ystyriaeth. O3 oes yn Dunbar ysgol heb fod o dan y Bwrdd p mae ganddi yn awr gyfle da. 2 Mae cynllun y Llywodraeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RHAN 0 LYFRGELL Y DIWEDDAR BARaHEDIG J. 0. JONES, LLANBERIS. 1. Duwinyddiaeth Dr. Lewis ac Edwards. 1. vol. 4s. 2. Cronicl yr Ysgol Sul. '78-91. 6s. 3. "Y Gymdeithasfa." Ed. Jones. 2s. 4. Noel ar "Yr Undeb." 9c. 5. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT OF KTNRG's.Bt.NtCH. i FerQ a'rbary '20. ThS s dav~ T~RE ,x T7. LATXM Ad. 3 o'daycmnc ol before Lord EiL.Ex onotn arId O STpf- *> * oe trial of lWlir Frunces Latrjam for Petjurty Vt1 w Sebli-tixg a"-liclr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Frafer of Lovar, Colvil, Selkirk, itr Borthwick, Ruthven, Northefk, Viscounts Rofs, Rutherfurd, Kincardine, Somervel, Bellenden, Belcarras, Falkland, Torphichen, Newark, Forfar, Dunbar, Spynie, Eymoutli, Aboyne, Stormont, Lundoirs, Kinnaird, Newburgh, Arbuthnot, Balmerinock, Glasford. But they dare not prefume to tranfmit this to Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Aberdeen, Dunmoir, Melvil, Orkney, Ruglen, M-uch, Marchmont, Seafield, Hyndford, Cromarty, Stair, Rofeberry, Glafgow, Portmore, Bute, Hopetoun, Deloraine, May. Viscounts Falkland, Dunbar, Stormont, Ken mure, Arbuthnot, Kingftpun, Oxford, Irvine, Viscounts Kilfyth, Dumblain, Preftoun, Newhaven, Strathallan, Teviot, Duplin, Garnock, Primiofe. Lords Forbes, Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1711, 31 January 1712

    or Deputies, and every of them. Burton, Char- lewood, et al- Dunbar <verfas Arfkine. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of William Dunbar, Second Son of Sir William Dunbar, late of Durrie, Knight and Baronet, deceafed, from a Decree of Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1718, 21 March 1719

    the Houfe of Lords. Dunbar Puty on Bser, Bill. Sunderland Parifli,Bill. And a Meflage from the Houfe of Commons, by Sir David Dalrimple and others: With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for laying a Duty " of Two Pennies Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1718, 21 March 1719

    Pounds, for his Cofts in refpect of this Appeal. Hodie 2a vice leela efi Billa, intituled, ** An A£l for Dunbar, Duty " laying a Duty of Two Pennies Scotts, or One Sixth on Beer> BilU " Part of a Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FALL, James (d.1743), of Dunbar.

    (d.1743), of Dunbar. Constituency Dates Haddington Burghs 1734 1741 Biography Fall was one of four brothers, described as the most considerable merchants of their time in Scotland.[footnote] Reputedly of gypsy origin, the family were the chief magistrates of Dunbar, one

    DUNBAR, alias SUTHERLAND, Hon. Sir James, 1st Bt. (aft.1676-1724), of Hempriggs, Caithness.

    DUNBAR, alias SUTHERLAND, Hon. Sir James, 1st Bt. (aft.1676-1724), of Hempriggs, Caithness. Constituency Dates Caithness 1710 1713 Ofifces Held MP [S] Caithness-shire 1706–7. Ofifces Held Provost, Wick 1711. Biography Although Dunbar was to rescue himself by a successful marriage, the

    MAITLAND, James, Visct. Maitland (1784-1860).

    MAITLAND, James, Visct. Maitland (1784-1860). Constituency Dates Camelford 1806 51807 Richmond 1818 51820 Appleby 1826 51832 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Berwickshire 1841-60. Biography Maitland’s father, who prided himself on his radical views, had married an heiress who was ‘a

    STEWART, Hon. Edward Richard (1782-1851).

    c.1833-46. Biography Stewart was returned for the family burghs in 1806: his father-in-law had ‘made a strong push for the Dunbar burghs’ for him, but unavailingly. His brother the 8th Earl was advised to put him up for Wigtownshire in

    MAITLAND, James, Visct. Maitland (1784-1860).

    and the use of molasses in brewing and distilling, 20 July (and one from Dunbar on the latter issue, 18 Aug. 1831), and another from Dunbar against the Haddington court house bill, 28 Feb. 1832. The prospect of defeat made

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 27th September 1849

    & wherever we passed, who received us very kindly. It began getting dark, very shortly after leaving Edinburgh, we passed Dunbar , & reached Berwick at 8. Numbers of people were here, & Alice was brought into our saloon. At

    Thursday 25th May 1837

    from Hastings & St. Leonards, by Messrs North & Elphinstone ; from Beverley , by Mr H. Burton ; from Dunbar , by Mr Stewart ; from Hull , by Mr Hutt & the Mayor; from Brighton, by the High

    Thursday 25th May 1837

    by Mr.Pinney ; from Hastings and St.Leonard's, by Messrs.North and Elphinstone ; from Beverley , by Mr.H. Burton ; from Dunbar , by Mr.Stuart; from Hull , by the Mayor; from Brighton, by the High Constable; from York, by the

    Thursday 29th August 1850

    were assembled & Addresses were presented by the Mayor. Ld Grey took leave us here. - We stopped next at Dunbar , where another Address was presented, & at 5 we arrived at Edinburgh. The Duke of Buccleuch at the

 

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