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  • * British History Online * *

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    William III, Undated 1698, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    relating to the year 1698. A brief memorandum concerning the design of uniting protestants. Signed , John Durie, minister. Endorsed , from Mr. Durie. 1 pp . [ S.P . 32. 11. ff . 63 64. ] [1692 1694. ] Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 534, January 1633, 01 January 1633-31 January 1633

    January 1633 Jan. 18/28. Frankfort. 1. John Durie to Sir Thomas Roe. Since I have been in the Palatinate with the Duke of Two-brigges [Deuxponts ] I have received yours, in which you show me your care to advance the Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1579, Jan-Mar

    of crafts ] commandis and chairges Alexander Guthrie, thair common clerk, to gif sesing to maister James Lowsoun and Johne Durie, for thameselfis and in name of the ministeris, of the mans, duelling houssis, and yairdis within Sanct Gelis Kirk

    Appendices to volume 3, I

    the Moderator said, let the skilliest of the clerks of Sessione, counsell and burrow clerks, such as the Laird of Durie, the clerk of Dundie, Mr Alexander Pierson, Advocate, be conjoined as their assessours, to help them of the ministerie,

    Charles I - volume 259, January 17-31, 1634, 17 January 1634-31 January 1634

    future diet, he told Durie that he could not answer so many letters which Durie had given him, but would give Durie, if he liked, a note under his hand that he had received them. When Durie said that that Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. GENERAL PePe.-Ahost two years ago, the Neapolitan General, Caras- easa, announced his determnination of calling; out Lieut. General Writ. Pepe, late Comnrmander of the Neapolitan forces. That General accepted the chalienge. On the 20th Feb. the Generals Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW. COURT OF KINTG'S BENTCHI. W-'ednesday, Dec. 10. TEA V. BUDD. Thiswasgaiaction aaigisttil lt proprietor of waggois p1assing between Chelteinilinii and Loidoll, fer 'Dot drnliverilcg a parcel vvitiici a reasoislable time. T'e parcel vas promised to lie delivered o1n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Brigadier-General Chichester. WOUNDED. Rifles-Major Fortescue, slightly; Captain Costello, severely; Captain Aitkins, severely; Captain Dorie, slightly; Lieutenant Jeffries, severely; Lieutenant Durie, severely; Second-Lieutenant M. Barker, severely; and Second-Lieutenant Hernbury, severely. 3rd Regiment-Major Campbell, slightly; Capt. and AdJutant Keevill, slightly; ient. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Askey, severely; Lieutenant J. Foreman, slightly.-8th :-Captain Robertson, severely; Lierstenant B. Cook, slightly: -9ths :-Major Cotter, slightly.-Rtifle Corps :-Brevet Major Durie, slightly; Captain Atlyna, Captain Jeifreys, and Lieutenant M'iLean, severely. The regular arrival of letters and journals from Madrid to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iruan on the 17tle of May. Captain de Burgh, Rifles, leg amputated. Captain Bezant, 10th Regiment, dead of wounds. Captain Durie, 1st Re 'iment, dead of wounds. Lieutenant Phelan, Rifles, both legs amputated. Captain Hornsly 1st Regiment, am. putated shoulderjoint. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sherfield English

    Bks. (P.R.O.); Clergy Lists; Hants Dir . 1855 and 1867; Feet of F. Hants , Trin. 56 Geo. III. Mrs. Durie was patron for one turn in 1859 ( Hants Dir . 1859). Ibid. 1875. Ex inform. the Rev. W.

    Townships Astley

    gules three lozenges of the field . Sarah grand - daughter of Thomas Froggat by her first husband John Adam Durie , capt. 93rd Highlanders, had - amongst other issue who all died unmarried - a daughter Katherine, who married

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 April 1753, 16 April 1753

    and to Alexander Earl of Home, by the Contraft and Difpo^ fitJon between the faid Earl Alexander and Gibfon of Durie, dated the 27th Day of January 1716; and that, as to fuch Part of the faid Lands, the faid Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1783, 1 April 1783

    John and Thomas Cibfons, only Children of the Marriage betwixt the deceafed Margaret Bruce Dundas and Alexander -Gib/on Enquire of Durie, and the faid Alexander Gib/on as Aüiriniitrator in Law for his faid Children; complaining of Tvo Interlocutors of the Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1783, 19 May 1783

    and Thomas Gibfons only Children of the Marriage betwixt the deceafed Marga* ret Bruce Dundas and Alexander Gib/on Efquire, of Durie ; and the faid Alexander Gib/on as Adminiftrator in Law for his faid Children ; complaining of Two Inter¬ Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1827, 26 March 1827

    to Mr. Secretary " Canning ; Saint Petersburgh, j-jj February 1827. — Five '• Enclosures." " No. 7. Mr. Consul Durie to John Bidwell Esquire j " Christiana, 30th January 1827. — One Enclosure." Ordered, That the said Papers do Subscribers-only content

    Copy of Correspondence, &c2. relative to the State and Alterations in the Government and Administration of the Landed Revenues of the Province of Benares, since the Settlement with Rajah Mahipnara..., 8 May 1786

    Silk. See Nuckce — _____ Purige — — — — Huft _.__ — — Kufhlee and Tooreh — — — Durie — — — — Shufta — — — — Coochaul Bareck ______ — D' — Gundah _»__ — — Subscribers-only content

 

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