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  • * British History Online *

    172 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Extracts from the Records, 1588, Jul-Sept

    pund four schillings." ] 13 September 1588. Proclamatio, Dysart breid. Ordanet proclamatioun to be maid dischargeing any breid to be baikin within this burgh heirafter after the fassioun and maner of the Dysart breid, inrespect of the abuses and fraud

    Extracts from the accounts, 1630-34

    Item, to ten Dutchmen quha was robit be pirotis, xxix li. Item, gevin for the helping of the harbrie of Dysart, j c li. Item, for ane consultatioun anent Silvertounhillis loche, xxxi li. xviijs. Item, for helping of the water,

    Extracts from the Records, 1545

    iij c ljli. vij s. x d. Forais, xxij li. viij s. vi d. Narne, ix li. Tayne, xiii li. Dysart, xxxj li. x s. Kirkcaldy, xviij li. Summa lateris, j m iij c xliiij li. vijs. ix d. The

    Extracts from the Records, 1550

    xxxij cr. Sanctandrois lxxij cr. Cowper lviij cr. Culane viij cr. Fores xx cr. Nairn viij cr. Thayne xij cr. Dysart xxvj cr. Kirkcaldy xxvj cr. Hamiltoun xx cr. Summa ii m iiii c liiii crownis. 11 September 1550. Pace;

    Extracts from the Records, 1584, Oct-Dec

    to report the sam to the counsall the neixt day. Commissio, Dysart . Appoynts and nominats William Fairlie, merchant, and Jhonn Watt, smyth, to pas to the toun of Dysart, presentlie infectet with the pest, and to visy thair estaitt

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SINCLAIR (ST. CLAIR), Hon. John, Master of Sinclair (1683-1750).

    John, Master of Sinclair (1683-1750). Constituency Dates Dysart Burghs 3 Dec. 1708 Ofifces Held Capt.-lt. Col. George Preston’s regt. [later 26 Ft.] 1708. Biography Sinclair, who was elected on his father’s interest at Dysart Burghs while abroad on military service,

    KERR, Hon. William (bef.1682-1741).

    of state for Scotland 1716-25. Returned in 1715 for Dysart Burghs on the interest of Lord Rothes, also a Squadrone leader, he voted consistently with the Government. In 1721, his Dysart seat being no longer available, he accepted an invitation

    OSWALD, James Townsend (1748-1814), of Dunnikier, Fife.

    of Dunnikier, Fife. Constituency Dates Dysart Burghs 1768 1774 Fifeshire 24 Jan. 1776 May 1779 Ofifces Held Sec. Leeward Is. 1772; auditor gen. of Scottish Exchequer 1779. Biography Oswald’s Grand Tour was interrupted when his father, forced to retire by

    FERGUSON, Robert (1769-1840), of Raith, Fife.

    Fife. Constituency Dates Fifeshire 1806 61807 Dysart Burghs 1831 61832 Kirkcaldy Burghs 1832 61834 Haddingtonshire 1835 61837 Kirkcaldy Burghs 1837 3 Dec. 1840 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Fife 1837-d. Biography Ferguson’s father, heir to an uncle’s London mercantile fortune and

    ABERCROMBY, James (d.1724).

    (d.1724). Constituency Dates Dysart Burghs 21 Sept. 1710 Ofifces Held Ensign 1 Ft. (R. Scots) 1696, half-pay 1697, capt. 1701, brevet maj. 1706, lt.-col. 1709–Dec. 1710, Mar. 1711–17, brevet col. Nov. 1711; capt. and lt.-col. Coldstream Gds. Dec. 1710–Mar. 1711;

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 March 1819, 16 March 1819

    pre¬ ceding Bills. Maiden New¬ ton Roads Bill. on Gaols, Witnesses to attend. Duty on Coals, Peti¬ tions against (Dysart:) The Question was put, " Whether this Bill " shall pass?" It was resolved in the Affirmative. Hodie 3l vice Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1821, 19 February 1821

    Monday the 26th Instant, as desired. Upon reading the Petition of the Magistrates and Council of the Royal Burgh of Dysart, under their Common Seal; setting forth, <¦< That the Petitioners, in " declaring their devoted Loyalty to His Majesty's Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1821, 6 April 1821

    H.C. for Sir M. M. Lopez to attend on Grampound Disfranchise¬ ment Bill. attend Comee of the Com¬ mons on Dysart Ferry Bill. et al. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Benjamin Ball, Matthew James Plunkett, Philip Doyne junior, Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1821, 1 June 1821

    of Carnarvon;" to which they desire the Concurrence of this House. Securities (Ireland) Bill. Inland Navi¬ gation (Ire¬ land) Bill. Dysart Ferry Bill. Seamens' Wages Bill. With a Bill, intituled, ¦" An Act for inclosing Lands " in the Parish Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1821, 4 June 1821

    •n. Traeth Mawr Embank¬ ment Bill. de dross. Dysart Ferry Bill. Hackney Roads Bill. Ipswich Paving, &c. Bill. Swindon Road Bill. ipound inehise. Bill. Their Lordships, or any Five of them, to meet To¬ morrow, at Ten o'Clock in the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daa o'r dwylaw, a boddodd y deuddeg eraill. Boddwyd dau eraill yn Caister, vn tri yn North Queensferry, deg yn Dysart,. Lr- chwech yn Yarmouth,-ac amryw eraill. Yr *a oedd yr ystorm yn un o'r rhai trymaf a vn deimlwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kaqm- oioned on this day ftuinigt.-Ordered.-Adh}urned. FOUSE or' COMMONS. * rh~tlvy, Feb. IQ. REFORM. General FenteroN presented a Petition frnm Dysart, praying foe Reiortr) alid Re'renidl itent. The Hoin. (thnle tiOan coul c not reilailt, Oil tlis Occasion, from adv'rgtinT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and ate a hearty dinner ; soon after which he Nvas eeizeO with an apoplexy, which caused his death. At Dysart, North Britain, James Bennett, aged S5, 73 ofwlisi 'he wove the various fabrics of linen cloth made in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alban's. Ward, J., London. Ebrington, Lord, Tavistock. Warburton, H., Bridport. Ewart, W.. Bleckingly. Whitmore, W., Bridgenorth. Ferguson, Sir R. C., Dysart. Western, C. C., Essex. Fortescue, Hon. G., Hindon. Westenra, Hlon. H. R., Mbonaghan. Fyler, J. B-., Coyentry. Wood, C., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    REPRESENTATION OF ENGLAND. The proportion of returns for and against, of the counties of Englend, we gave in our last. Places in Enrland other than the counties lay be analysed as follows:-It is composed of 4 representatives for Uisversities, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Petersham

    Room which communicates with the marble hall, & c. Lord Dysart 's study is west of the diningroom, and to the north of it is a small staircase. Lord Dysart 's bedroom (formerly the Duchess of Lauderdale 's bedroom) lies

    The ancient borough St. Margaret's

    of Dysart obtained it through the marriage of Louisa, Countess of Dysart in her own right, to John Manners of Grantham Grange (Lincs.), Lord William 's illegitimate son and his heir, in 1765 . 84 The earls of Dysart remained

    Parishes added since 1892 North-west Leicester

    Countess of Dysart in her own right. 152 John Manners was succeeded by his son, Sir William Manners , Bt., and after Sir William 's death in 1833 the ownership passed to his descendants, the earls of Dysart . 153

    Kingston-upon-Thames Manors, churches and charities

    later the right of patronage was in dispute between John Ramsay and Elizabeth, Countess of Dysart , daughter of William Murray . 568 Lady Dysart presented Thomas Willis , whose institution was hindered by a caveat entered by John Ramsay

    General Index A - Z

    452; Sir Wm . (d. 1833), 138, 141, 452; Wm. John, Earl of Dysart , 452; fam., 66, 415, 416, 417, 418, crest, 419 n; see also Dysart , Earls of, Rutland , Earls, Dukes of. Manning , Pet., 446;

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in Scotland. Walter Mille, Martyr.

    George Straqwhen, and the other Sir Hew Turry seruantes to the sayde Bishop for the tyme, within the towne of Dysart in Fiffe, and brought to S. Andrewes and imprisoned in the castle thereof. He being in prison, the Papists


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