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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1582, Oct-Dec

    Addesoun, Robert Bog, Johne Mayne; for the third, maister Michael Chisholm Johne Achesoune, Patrick Cochrane; for the fourt rank, Williame Fairlie, Mark Ker, Dauid Williamesoune: and the said foure craftismen of the auld and new counsall, viz.: Thomas Myllare, cuitleare,

    Extracts from the Records, 1539

    Achesoun, Thomas Vddert, Gilbert Lauder, William Loch, Edward Kincaid, Henry Heriot for the baxsteris, Arthur Litiljhonne for the cordineris, Jhonne Fairlie for the skynnaris, William Smeberd for the hammermen, George Leith and Dauid Ferrie, consenttis that forsamekle of the Netherbow

    Extracts from the Records, 1585, Oct-Dec

    for the nixt owlk, and James Henrysoun and Jhonn Thomesoun for the thrid owlk. 15 October 1585. Fairlie, raid, dischairgeing. Appoyntis William Fairlie to pas to the cowrt for obtening the towne dischairget of the raid appoyntet aganis the Lord

    Extracts from the Records, 1582, Apr-June

    dischairgeing thairof, becaus it is preiudiciall to the liberteis of the towne. Burrow loch . Ordanis Jhone Moresoun, baillie, Jhone Fairlie, and Thomas Miller to pas and visy the burrow loch quhair the guid towne is hurt in thair possessioun

    Extracts from the Records, 1580, Jan-Mar

    failyeis, and the baillies gevaris of the sesingis to be ansuerabill thairfoir. Villa, Senys, Fairlie, precept, thesaurer. The provest, baillies, and counsall nominatis and appoyntis William Fairlie, ane of thair counsall, to wait vpoun the persute of the actioun of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cheveley Church

    squire in the south transept. 41 The first thorough restoration took place in 1850 -1 at the expense of John Fairlie . An organ gallery under the chancel arch was pulled down to allow the screen to be restored to

    Cheveley Cheveley c. 1800

    Capt. Underwood ( c . 1828-39 ), 32 John Fairlie ( c . 1840-57 ), and James and Herbert Garrod , father and son ( 1860-91 and 1891- c . 1912). Fairlie presided over audit dinners for the tenants and

    Sport, ancient and modern Golf

    sides, and at one point crossed, by the River Colne , was originally laid out by the advice of Mr. Fairlie , but was altered and considerably extended in 1905 under the supervision of J. H. Taylor . It has

    Index A-J

    Fairchild , Godfrey, and his w. Emma, Fairey Aviation Co. , Fairfax , Thos. Lord Fairfax of Cameron (d. 1671), Fairlie , - (fl. 1895), Falcon , Nich., Falconbridge , Vct., see Belasyse Falkland , Lady, see Tanfield Falkland ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ingen wedi darganfod peth cryfach nag ager, a thybir y gall gymeryd ei le yn y dyfodol. Y mae patent Fairlie i weithio peirianau ar ffyrdd haiarn culion-cyffelyb i iffrdd haiarn Ffest- tiniog-yn cael ei ddefnyddio yn helaeth mewn rhaigwledydd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    answer to Mr Srsgden, who had asked his Lordship when he would givejudgment in the case of " Freeman v. Fairlie." AN EYE WITyEss.' (Oa the principle of hearing both sides, we copy the following paragraph frow the Times:-'I A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. DONCASTER RACES. These races commenced on Monday, under auspices not quite so favourable as usual ; the weather being gloomy and the arrivals scanty. Amongst the company present were the following fashiornables:-Duke of Leeds, Duke of Cleveland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Children of the Nobility; a Series of highly-fioished Engravings, executed under the Superintendenee of Mr Charles Heath. Edited by Srs Fairlie. Second Series. Lonman and Co. In reference to a pleasing print (by H. Cook, after the Russian artist, Paruttoff), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Putbus, is said to be the probable successor of Baron Bulow as resident Minister at our Court. - The ship Fairlie, with Sir Maarice O'Connell, commander of the forces in Australia, his family and suite, and numerous other passengers, arrived Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 May 1808, 4 May 1808

    Ordered, That the faid Bill, with the Amendments, be engroffed. Upon reading the Petition of Dame Margaret Cun- Kilmarnock ningham Fairlie, and Sir William Cunningham of Robert- K-aifway Bill» land, Baronet, taking Notice of a Bill depending in et!tl°n this Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1812, 20 March 1812

    Sugar Draw¬ backs & Bounties (Ireland) Bill. Hay Rail¬ way Bill. Gailford Paving Bill. Winchccmb Enclofure JBi'!. Sir W. Fairlie againft Fairlie : A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Colonel Wood and others ; With a Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1812, 25 March 1812

    et al. againft Sir W. Fettes et al. Parmeter et al. againft The Attor¬ ney General. Sir W. Fairlie again ft Fairlie. The Anfwer of Sir William Fettes and others, to the Appeal of Meffieurs Henderfon and Sellar of Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1815, 25 April 1815

    off to Friday next. Ordered, That the Caufe wherein Sir William sirW.Fairlie Cuningham Fairlie Baronet is Appellant, and Dame againft Marianne Campbell or Cunningham Fairlie is Refpondent, Fairlie be heard by Counfei at the Bar on Friday next. Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1815, 2 May 1815

    Amendment." SirW Fair- Ordeked, That the Caufe wherein Sir William Cun- lie againtt ingham Fairlie Baronet is Appellant, and Dame Marianne Fairlie. Campbell or Cunningham Fairlie is Refpondent, be heard by Counfel at the Bar To-morrow. Marnells " L. 30. Subscribers-only content


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