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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Ministers of Glasgow, 1562-1649

    Bell, Junior, A.M.; settled, probably as assistant, in 1628; had charge of the west quarter of the city; translated to Eaglesham in 1631, and to the Blackfriars or College Church on 9th March, 1636. 1642. Robert Baillie, A.M., translated from


    , cleaning of, 328, 329, 330. Dundee , 288, 294, 464, 468. Dunkirkers , 480. Dysart , pest in, 27. Eaglesham , parson of, 85. Edinburgh , pest in, 27, 344; commissioner sent to, 354. Eglinton , Earl of, 16,

    Extracts from the records, 1684

    the following are not represented by the subscribers of the tack, viz., Govan, Barlanark or Provan, Carstairs, Durisdeer (sub-chanter), Moffat, Eaglesham, Luss, Douglas, Kirkmaho, and Sanquhar. On the other hand, the parson of Lilliesleaf subscribed the tacks, though that parsonage

    Index, A-D

    493, 607 8, 620, 631, a 40, a 52, a 78. John, 587. John, ensign, 493. John, younger, minister, of Eaglesham, 351; Tron and Blackfriars, 631 2. Marion, 223. Patrick, 338, 341 2, 356, 587, 367, 373, 397 8, 403

    Index, A - K

    William, 93, 94. Dykis , David Forsyth of, minister, 244. Dysart , 454. Eaglesham (Eglischam, Egilshame, Egilsham): Archibald Crawfurd, rector, 191; Andrew Lismoren, 324; J. Bell, 363. Eaglesham Croft , three cutrigs in, 46. Eastercraigs , multures of, thirled to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 October 1831, 7 October 1831

    Borough of Huntingdon, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Eaglesham: the Town and Parish of Eaglesham, in the County of Renfrew, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    1070. — Petitions in favor, from Mai ton; Maiden¬ head ; Weem; Killin; Kenmore; Fortingal; Dull; Ballqu- hidder; Huntingdon ; Eaglesham ; Procurators, Glasgow; Bolingbroke; Ledbury; and Hungerfbrd, 1071. — Dukinfield; Graig, &c. ; Beeralstone; and Beccles, 1072. — Petitions Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    373.— Strathaven, &c.; Hamilton ; and Bellshill, 414.—Airdrie; Balfron; and Dunning and Newtoun of Pitcaims, 453. — Cumbernauld, 696. — Eaglesham; and Alloa, 983. that the House will not receive any Bill for settling the Tithes of the Parish of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    95.——Duston. See supra, 196. 204. Dyed Way to Somerton, and from Gawbridge-.—Referred, xxxix. 126. Bill ordered, 142. r. a. 296. Eaglesham :—See infra, 239. 205. Ealand to Leeds-.—Referred, xxxvi. 85. Billordered. 113. r.a. 319. To continue term and powers of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    ordered, 84. r. a. 339.——— For amending Acts 29 and 30 Geo. III. relating to ditto, and from Garbols towards Eaglesham, &c; Referred, liii. 232. Bill ordered, 261. r. a. 542. See infra, 320. 343. Glastonbury :—See infra, 426.—— Gleeton Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 10th inst., in Glasgow, Mr James Eaglesham, aged 60, the last 35 of which he has seen a regular trader between Girvan and Glasgow. And at Girvan, on the 11th, Mr Arch. Eaglesham, his uncle, aged 100. He has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ock, 2 ; Newton Dalkeith, 2 fatal ; Stow, 5, 1 fatal; Hamilton, 6, 5 fatal; Tillicoultry, 16, 4 fatal; Eaglesham, 3 fatal. Total new cases, 115; 43 deaths. TnosuenaY.-Bcthnal green, 1 fatal; Limehouse, 1; Bromley St Leonards, 1; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northumberland, timber merchant-J. Heritage, Uxbridge, draper- C. Radford, Uckfield, Sussex,apothecary. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. G. 3tack and J. Rutherford, Leith, contractors-W. Ball, Eaglesham, Renfrew- shire, blacksmith-E. and A. MIMillau, Edinburgh, bankers-C. Grassick, Buchaun, Strathdon, fa, er-W. Seple, Cambuslaug, Lanarkshire, grocer. Fsiday, .farch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prcay B .3 P Gurmadr OciroeoCathuca Coalbeaver Prince of Tyre Sans Soudi Lady of Lyons Rinovata Jake Bllrain Charlotsville0 Mesilana Eaglesham. Gloseary X'durrogh Shipley ass5-The DAMLEYs Szr=Gs PLA=s of 150 so"e, for two-yea. oide; colts 9st, fillies and geldinge Set Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _- ..obinson 2 Mr. Lowther's M'Morrogh, ost ib . ........... RlBcaby 3 Grandeur (Watts), Lady of Lyons (Weldon), Guiscard (Fagan), Eaglesham (Platt), and Sirocco (T. Loates) also ran.-Betting: 9 to 4 agst Prince of Tyre, 3 to I agst White Subscribers-only content

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