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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1707, 12 February 1708

    Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount of Kenmuir-. of Arbuthnott. of Kingston. of Oxford. of Irvine. of iu7/y*Z>. of Dunblane. of Preflon. of Newhaven. of Strathallem of Teviott. of Duplin. of Garnock. of Primrofe, Lords. t0 Lord Forbes. Lord Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1826, 26 April 1826

    Landholders and Bank!ng Inhabitants of" the Parish of Dunblane and County of ^o^anA Perth, whose Names are thereto subscribed; praying petn from their Lordships, " That no Alteration may be made in Dunblane " the Banking System of Scotland:" ag" Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    542 INDEX. A. 1826. 10. 13. 5, 6. 19. Petitions—continued. marly; Peebles ; Newton Stewart; Portsoy; Banffshire; Turriff; and County of Aberdeen, 5th April, 155.—County of Nairn; and Peebles-shire, 6th April, 158.—Thurso, 7th April, 163. —Whithorn ; Inverary ; Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1827, 21 February 1827

    do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitant House¬ holders and others of the City of Dunblane, County of Perth, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships " for a total Repeal of the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    Dysart; and Nine Incorporated Trades in Dundee, 86. — Stroud; Nailsworth; and Bussage, 90- — Colne; Trawden; Barnoldswick ; and Dunblane, 91. — Liverpool; Great and Little Bolton ; Dovor; Linlithgow; Crieff; Provost, &c. of Linlithgow; and Seven Incorporated Trades Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospital , Salisbury . 104 Among the many preferments of James Wedderburn , rector 1631-9 , was the bishopric of Dunblane , to which he was elected in 1636 . 105 Wedderburn 's successor Samuel Marsh (d. 1657) had been

    Parishes North Mimms

    Thomas Hyde of Aldbury . 75 Bridget the only daughter and heir of Sir Thomas married Peregrine Osborne , Viscount Dunblane , afterwards duke of Leeds , and on the death of her father in 1665 76 she and her

    Index A-Z

    Rothschild Sim. le, 191 Wm. le (d. c . 1311), 57, 69, 71 Wm. le (fl. 1336), 69 fam., 70 Dunblane ( Perthshire ), bp. of, see Wedderburn Duncombe : Anne, w. of Ant., m. 2 Wm. Bouverie, earl of

    Index A - K

    180. Dugdale , Sir Wm ., the antiquary, 342. Duke of York St ., 415. Duke's Coffee House , 246. Dunblane , Vct., see Osborne. Duncombe , Dean Augustus Wm ., 305, 354; Chas. Slingsby , 244. Duncombe Place (

    Index L - Z

    Osberht , King of Northumbria , 9-10. Osbern , s. of Boson, 377. Osborne , Sir Edw., 186; Peregrine, Vct. Dunblane , 2nd Duke of Leeds , 193-4; Thos., 1st Earl of Danby (later 1st Duke of Leeds ), 182

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their songs and poems are in the hearts and memories of the people. Who forgets the author of Jessie of Dunblane a. and how few that love verse do not bear in mind those melancholy stanzas of Bruce in allusion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shock of an earthquake was felt last Sunday, about mid-day, by the congregation assem- bled in the cathedral church of Dunblane, which is about 18 miles from Comrie. - The Rev. A. Clive, rector of Solihull, Warwick, last week reduced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14th inst., 52, 16 fatal; Rickerton, Ayrshire, 10, 1 filteid Old Monkland, 19, 8 fatal ; Oban), 2, 1 fatal; Dunblane, 1 fatal; Donne, 1 fatal; Selkirk, 4; Dreghorn, 1 fatal. Total new cases, 162; 72 fatal. WEDNESDAY.-Whiteebapel, 1; Westminster, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fatal; Old M6nkland, 37, 10 fatal; Charleston, Dunfermline, 1 fatal; Paisley, from 20th inst., 156,78 fatal; Selkirk, 3, 2 fatal; Dunblane, 1 fatal; Loudon, 12, 3 fatal; Alva, Stirling, I fatal; Doune, 2 fatal; Cambus]ang, 24, 11 fatal; Row, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, A. Cochcrane, stoker of ditto ; 3, a man not yet identified, but supposed to be connected with the Dunblane, Doune, and Callender Railway; 4, Mr Hedderwick, writer, Falkirk ; 5, Mr Cowie, goods department, Scottish Central Railway, Stirling; Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 5th October 1850

    on ponies. Her appearance was somewhat curious, as she is very stout & was very oddly dressed, with a long Dunblane Tartan skirt, a jacket, & a riding hat! The moment she appeared the Duke said: "Here is the Duchess,


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