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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1490-94

    Turnour, Alexander Stanely, Robert Bruse, James Rychtsoun younger, Mr James Henrysoun, Androw Gray, Henry Rynde, Franskyne Peblis, James Tovnis, William Dunsyre, Thomas Harvy, David Quhyte, baxter, Thomas Esdale wobster, James Harlawbankes skynner, Jhone Flemying fleschour, Walter Martzeoun masoun, Johannem Cranstoun

    Extracts from the Records, 1480-89

    payit at the monethis end to thesaurer but langer delay. Souerty heirfore and dettoures himself Jhone of Boncle Will. of Dunsyre and Rychart H opper. [Tacks of the lands and annual rents. ] The commoun mylnes ar sett with all

    General Index, D, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    privateer sailed from, to be seized Dunleer , co. Louth, lands erected into the manor of Dunse . See Cumledge. Dunsyre , kirk and teinds of, warrant for a gift of Dunvill , Edward, letter to Duplessy , Louis, French Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    Dunmore , John, Richard Chiswell, Benjamin Tooke and Thomas Sawbridge, booksellers of London, licence to, to print certain Greek books Dunsyre in the Shirefdome of Lanark , church of, presentation to Dupuy , Lawrence, senior, pass for junior, pass for Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1680, 01 May 1680-31 May 1680

    to James, Bishop of Dumblane, Dean of the Chapel Royal at Stirling, and his successors, of the kirks of Caldercleir, Dunsyre, Symontoun, Robortoun and Winstoun with the parsonage teinds of the respective parochines, to be holden in pura elemosina for Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YORKHIREHORS andCAB2RIA'GE 12 0ClOCI-HARNESS, S -DLErhOz'-~. n 1 tabe Diairy, and Outdoor ~.:n; ~stof, Tthrt Executors of a gentlerna' ecsod 12.45-ALight WaERRZ and 28 dAiIGE i in sr. an American Tlrottn SukBogsss upirWhite Yor-pac, eeds. fchosi7Dg4tre n is TeYorkshire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    May, loading; Karachi to picked ports, 24s 6d, Septem- ber. Ships fixed-Glasgow to Sydney, Earl of Zetland, 17s 3d; and Dunsyre, lump sum, about £2,700; Mauritius to Melbourne, County of Ayr, 17s &d and 5 per cent.; Cardiff to Rio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all above carried away, but from wha~t cause it has not been ascertained. The ship is reported to be the Dunsyre, 2.000 tons, built of steel quite recently by M:essrs. Hamilton & Co., at Port Glasgow, for Messrs. Potter Brothers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 QUEBNSTOWN, F1mnDxY.-The large disabled ship, 3 which was sighted off the coast last night, and supposed to be the Dunsyre, 2,010 tons, in charge of Captain Gunson, proved to be correct. From r particulars obtained it appears that she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saviour's Ciiurch, Bridge of Allan, by the Rev. Y. T. Boyle, incumbent, and the Lev. Y. Stuaxt Sy me, David Dunsyre Symc, Esq., to Frances Isabella, fourth daughter of the late John Rigby, Esq., of Hawardeu, Flintshire. On the 17th Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Mr. Gladstone in Scotla nd., 1890

    Black Mount , which displays a massive side and crown 1689 feet high. Over against it is the Hill of Dunsyre , and between these lies the valley watered by the Medwin, forming a charming vista that melts away into Subscribers-only content

    Mr. Gladstone in Scotla nd., 1890

    Black Mount , which displays a massive side and crown 1689 feet high. Over against it is the Hill of Dunsyre , and between these lies the valley watered by the Medwin, forming a charming vista that melts away into Subscribers-only content

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