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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1733

    Presbytery of Dunfermline, and for preserving the Subordination of the Judicatories of the Church, and good Order therein. The General Assembly, having fully and maturely considered the disobedience of Mr James Wardlaw and Mr Ralph Erskine at Dunfermline, Mr John

    Charles I - volume 539, July 1640, 01 July 1640-31 July 1640

    especially how the liberation of the sheriff of Teviotdale [Sir William Douglas ] wrought harmful effect. 6. What power Lord Dunfermline has raised to withstand royal authority. 7. Concerning Lord Loudoun and his gracious permission to come down with a Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, Miscellaneous Papers

    to Articles offered by the Commendator of Dunfermline. [158 . ] To be considered of upon a treaty to be made betwixt the Queen's Majesty and the King of Scots. To the first, second, and third : considering it is

    Index, O, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    instructions (1st May 1570), 145; signs instructions to be imparted to Sussex (5th), 157; signs credit for the commendator of Dunfermline, ib .; hostage for the Earl of Angus (12th), 172; 219; arrived at Stirling, 223; signs letter to Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

    Errata

    lines from bottom, for Tyler read Tyrer. 458, 8 lines from bottom, for Claveboy read Claneboy. 512, margin, for Feb. 16 read [Feb. 13 ] . 538, line 3, for Stanes read Stayner. 551, line 12, for Dumfernline read Dunfermline. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn llvwodraethwr Cyprus yn absenoldeb Syr Garnet Wolseley. Borcu Sul diweddaf. deffrowyd Thomas Smith, Cranbrook Cottage, ger Dunfermline, gan floeddiadau ei eneth naw oed oedd yn cysgu Mown ystafell gerllaw iddo. Pan gyrhacddodd Mr. Smith 'i ochr y gwely, canfyddai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2S9:-Cyfarfod Mwnwyr Durham, 60,000, Edinburgbh 60,000 3Bristol; 20,000; Clerkenwell, 20,000, Moseley, 25,000, 1eicester 30,00a, Mancheater, 250O)0, Bolton, 20,000, Wakefield, 30,000, Dunfermline, 30,000, Crewe ~0,000, - heblaw yr nL'fer .fawr o gyfarfodydd o lO0,0( i 20,000 ac beb sonam yr .arddangos- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lion a'i dygodd i fyll ar " uwd a Llyfr y Diarhebion." Yn 1848 gorfoi. wyd y teulu i adael Dunfermline ac ymfudo ijr lh,0i -Dalaethau, gan fod dyddiau y ilaw-wellydd wecli pasio, ac ims gallai y tad gael gwaith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it is not my fault, Sir, the string is brokena! "-PiynoutA Gazelte. At a short distance to the nortlt of Dunfermline, on the 12th ult. dur rg a storm, there fell a body of ice of two pounds and one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are glad to find Mr. HunE employed in the pro- motion of the plan. In a recent letter to the Dunfermline Political Union, he says- " Reading-rooms should be established by every Union, and suitable pamphlets and newspapers ought to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 June 1798, 26 June 1798

    the Town of Greenock; whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed: And alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Spirit Dealers in Dunfermline, in the County of Fife, whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed : And alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1802, 3 February 1802

    upon the Clerk in Court of the faid '* the Burgh of Dunfermline, John Hutton, Writer in Refpondent, in the faid Court of Exchequer, fhall be c< Dunfermline, Robert Hutton, Merchant there, WH- deemed good Service. Ham Anderfon, Brewer there, Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1805, 17 June 1805

    BiU> With a Bill, intituled, " An A&. for erefting Toll Bars, and levying Toll Duties on the Road from Dunfermline to Nivingflone, in the Counties of Fife and Kinrofs ; and for making a new Turnpike Road " from Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1805, 18 June 1805

    efl Billa, intituled " An Act for " erecting Toll Bars and levying Toll Duties on the " Road from Dunfermline to Nivingflone, in the Coun- " ties of Fife and Kinrofs; and for making a new Turn- " pike Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1805, 4 July 1805

    Lord Walfingham reported from the Lords Com- Dunfermline mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for Road Bil1- " erefting Toll Bars, and levying Toll Duties on the " Road from Dunfermline to Nivingstone, in the Coun- " Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 9th June 1839

    Duchess had sent for the Duke; “and he seems to have spoke pretty roundly to her”. She showed him Lord Dunfermline 's letter, and he then said to her that it was the best thing J.C. could do;. that he

    Tuesday 7th January 1840

    certainly did so much less than any others used to do. Talked of Mama going abroad, which Ld M. said Dunfermline wished & had told Duncannon, she would do so, but not immediately, which he thinks she ought. Talked of

    Wednesday 28th August 1839

    (I wrote to him, as Ma. begged me to ask him to come to her.) She showed Lord M. Lord Dunfermline 's letter, which he had written for her to write to Lord Hastings ; “a very proper letter; he

    Sunday 2nd June 1839

    Duke of Reichstadt Gd Duke Islay Lady Holland Ld John Ld Normanby Lord D Lord Duncannon Lord Dunfermline Lord Holland Madame de Lieven Prince Henry Sir John Featured Places Amiens Dunfermline England Holland House Mall Marble Hall Norfolk Prussia Rome

    Tuesday 6th September 1842

    stands a square Tower, called Rosyth , where Oliver Cromwell's mother was born, & in the distance one could see Dunfermline , where Robert Bruce is buried. There is a very pretty Island, in the Forth, called Inch Garvie ,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.E.87

    Gilbert son of Henry Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Whelpdall (Whelpdall) : undefined Cannot identify. Place(s): Scotland : country Dunfermline (Donfermylyn) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Scott [Scott] Alternate name: Thorp Arch [dictus de Thorparche] Role: witness Details: male

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Dunfermline Abby and Mill, 1804

    Dunfermline Abby and Mill [monastery/convent, water-mill] Plate 13 to 'Scotia Depicta'; view of an Abbey partly obscured by steam rising from watermill in the foreground, a woman and children walking up winding path at right. 1804Etching and engraving

    Dunfermline, 1773

    Dunfermline [monastery/convent] Three figures conversing on r, clump of trees on l, cart driving along road leading to abbey in the background. 1773?Etching

    Dunfermline, 1773

    Dunfermline [monastery/convent] Three figures conversing on r, clump of trees on l, cart driving along road leading to abbey in the background. 1773?Etching

    View of the Royal Palace and Abbey of Dunfermling; The Virtuosi's Museum, 1780

    View of the Royal Palace and Abbey of Dunfermling; The Virtuosi's Museum View of the ruined building with a spire on the right, a thatched cottage with a smoking chimney standing beneath the abbey walls, on a slope with

    Scotland Delineated; Dunfermline Abbey, 1853

    Delineated; Dunfermline Abbey [monastery/convent] View at dusk of a ruined abbey running from the right foreground and receding into the background, on the banks of a river which flows on the left, in a wooded landscape with a woman standing

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Opinions of the press on Indian teas

    Street, ,, 103 Main St., Anderston, ,, 292 Garscube Road, ,,? Cross, Govan. 367 Dumbarton Road, Partick.? 69 High St., Dunfermline. ininuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Those who are prejudiced against INDIAN? TEA in consequence of having tried the? badly selected unpalatable or spurious Subscribers-only content

    The Edinburgh Star.

    (Notwithstanding the number of Newspapers already circulated in Scotland, it is evident, even to the most superficial observer, that there is still room for one which shall unite early and accurate intelligence with independence of spirit, and originality of Subscribers-only content

 

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