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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Ty at y fEaith hon.Y ANGHYMWTSIAD ABLOD. Darllenodd v Llefarydd befyd lythyr oddiwrtb f Mr. Ramsay, yr aelod dros Falkirk, yn bysbysu ei g fod wedi ei angbymwyso i eistedd yn y Ty gan ei fod yn adeg ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of seven children!'. ETRAOrstI'.vY BiRT *.-A few days ago, as Mr. Gray, officer of Ex- * e Dt Underwood, near Falkirk, was ranging the ooors in search of illicit eflse he fell in with the seat of one which, from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    That the deceased destroyed himself in a state of mental derangement.'' MURDER.-OJJ Thursday se'nnigllt a barbarous murder was committed near Falkirk. As a man of the name of Boyd, along with another man and Iwo women, were going home from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    purchase, suspecting that all was not; right, recovered his money, and delivered up the mare. The fellow next came to Falkirk, where he got stabling for the mare at the Cross Keys inn, and prevailed upon the landlord to lend Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was intoxicated- Times. DARING AXD NOVEL AFFAIR.-Within these few days a cireumstance occurred which las caused no small sensation in Falkirk. There-lately resided here with her mother, an unfortunate girl, we-ho may now be about WSor 19 years of age. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the accounts, 1607-41

    xls. To Robert Johnstoun in Falkirk, at command of the dein of gild, for leiding and drawing vp the touns wanscott and knappell fra the sie and howsing of it and drawing it to the Falkirk, xij li. xjs. To

    Extracts from the records, 1632

    "to give to John Cors for his service bigane, for fourtein dayes service, himselff, his man and hors, to the Falkirk about the new mylne work;" (2) 80 merks "deburset be him to Patrik Colquhoun for making of thrie tabillis

    Elizabeth, October 1579, 01 October 1579-31 October 1579

    with his commendations but none to the King. His letters to Argyll and the rest of the lords of the Falkirk had a more friendly style than Morton's and that faction, and w ere delivered eight days sooner than the Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the accounts, 1573-85

    iiijd. Item, gewin to Johnne Cuthbert, drummar, thee tyme of the Falkirk raid, iij li. Item, the samyn tyme gewin to thee officeris to mak thair expenssis to the Falkirk, vj li. Item, gewin to Mr. William Strutheris for to

    Appendix, Ministers of Glasgow, 1562-1649

    Clackmannan, and admitted 25th April; had charge of the east quarter of the city from 1642 to 1646; translated to Falkirk 15th September, 1646. 1647. Robert Ramsay, A.M., translated from Blackfriars Church; presented by King Charles I. 15th March, and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    MEDIEVAL YORK York in political history

    Beverley , Edward met parliament on 25 May and then set out on the campaign which culminated in victory at Falkirk in July. 44 Meantime the king had instructed the Exchequer and the benches to transfer themselves to York from

    Paddington Maida Vale

    south of Sutherland Avenue , the G.L.C.'s Atholl , Braemar , and Dundee houses to the north, and Edinburgh , Falkirk , and Glasgow houses between Elgin Avenue and Carlton Vale were all built by 1975 . The G.L.C.'s flats

    The city of Durham Introduction (2 of 3)

    long tacitly held, that no obligation of service outside the palatinate was incumbent upon them. Durham men were again at Falkirk in 1298 , returning without permission before the campaign was over. The warlike Bishop Bek remonstrated with the deserters,

    Index A - K

    174, 195, 216, 223, 260, 275, 485 n , 489-91; see also markets. Faithful Female Servants Soc ., see servants. Falkirk ( Stirling .), battle of, 29. Falkland St ., 493. Fantosme , see Jordan . Far Water Lane ,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 3rd May 1846

    with Bertie. - Heard from Sir Robert Peel, that Ld Lincoln had been returned by a majority of 11, for Falkirk , which is a great thing, as we were rather alarmed about it. - Albert took me a beautiful

    Saturday 31st August 1850

    was extremely hot in the train, & excessively dusty. The scenery soon became beautiful & hilly. We passed Linlithgow , Falkirk , Stirling & Perth reaching Coupar Angus , where we found the Duke of Atholl , - at ½

    Tuesday 13th September 1842

    saw Knox's Pulpit. I was very thankful, when we at last, got out of the town. We next passed through Falkirk , changing horses in Callendar Park , Mr Forbes 's, he & Sir Michael Bruce having ridden with us

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The Edinburgh Star.

    (Notwithstanding the number of Newspapers already circulated in Scotland, it is evident, even to the most superficial observer, that there is still room for one which shall unite early and accurate intelligence with independence of spirit, and originality of Subscribers-only content


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