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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baronadcame firste-snw6rp dileer-con'er d costs ofeutiqle fashion, short reJ closkahangin' dowut behind, wwhite silk stockings; white stkiU Slhsla, Withl ro- Fettes for buckles; the Viscountts h d 0 coloir, and larger plumes; the Earls long flwn white lace frillsecovering their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    case. ACCIDENT NEAR NEWCASTLE.-List week, during the progress of an excursion train from Newcastle to Kelso, a young man named Fettes got on the roof of the carriage to amale. HE was addressiag sOlama remark through the hole in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, W. vETTES COO[ LEGE.--IRISH| I_'ANTIQUITIES.-The BUILDER of TIltS DAY| price4d., by post, Sd., contoins: Sine View and Plan of Fettes CollegeEdinbnrgh-ltobert Stephenson-The Florence l Exhibition-Architectural Reveries: the Window - Lime Abroad and at Home-Professor W. King on the Antiquities Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEEATI OF DR. POTTS, OF FETTES COLLEGE. A Birmingham man of remarkable note has just passed away-Dr. Alexander William Potts, head master of Fettes College, Edinburgh, who died on the 15th inst. He was the son of Mr. William Potts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Dr. Potts, the headmaster of Fettes College, Edinburgh, and who was a native of Birming- ham, took place on Tuesday afternoon, the interment being made at the Dean Cemetery. In addition to present and former pupils of the college, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, September 1584, 01 September 1584-30 September 1584

    Robson, Edward Calwarth . Telmouth. William Maineringe, Thomas Fettes , George Selbey, Charles Fettes, John Aler, Gilbert Sanders, Thomas Fettes, Thomas Farra , Robert Fettes, Richard Farra, Gilbert Lee . Twysell. John Fettes, Henry Brankston, John Porterson , Edem Hoodspeth, Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    p. 21. Alexander: to appear before the council, 214; of Featherstonhaugh: raid on (Aug. 1587), 595. Fetiplace , Edward: 25. Fettes , Charles: horseman, Tilmouth, p. 159. John: horseman, Twysell, p. 159. Rob.: horseman, Tilmonth, p. 159. Roger: horseman, Lermouth, Subscribers-only content

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 21-45 Elizabeth I (1578-1603)

    roper Ricardus Browen, mercator Johannes Mitcheson, fisherman Johannes Gill, taillour Johannes Swan, haberdasher Edwardus Clynt, bocher Edwardus Dent, bocher Rollandus Fettes, barbour Johannes Mydleton. marryner Willelmus Jeffersonne, joyner Jacobus Ruschard, surgion Thomas Spens, cordyner Thomas Pratt, taillour Michaelus Todd, haberdasher

    Index, D-J

    see Farmery Feron , Rob. 7; Will. 6 Ferrand , Farrand, Joh. 197; Tho. 129, 132 Ferreman , Herb. 247 Fettes , Roll. 33 Fewler , Geo. 144; Jac. and Jas. 83, 122; Joh. 176, 239, 252; Mark, 122; Phil.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 March 1812, 9 March 1812

    Underwriters in Goods by the " Ship Imperial; Ellis Martin, Cautioner for George Robb, " another Underwriter, and Sir William Fettes Baronet, " Andrew Wardrope, James Smith and William Charles " Kerr, Underwriters on the faid Ship, may be required Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1812, 25 March 1812

    Firft Time, PRAYERS. Henderfon 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 Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1813, 26 March 1813

    Robert Sellar Merchants in Liver- Sir wTFett« pool, and John Peat their Attorney, are Appellants, and et al- Sir William Fettes Baronet and others are Refpondents, be heard by Counfel at the Bar on Monday next. Upon reading the Petition Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1813, 28 March 1813

    Refpondents; and alfo the Caufe et al. againft wherein Gilbert Henderfon and Robert Sellar Merchants Sir W. Fett« in Liverpool, and John Peat their Attorney are Appel- rt **• lant, and Sir William Fettes Baronet, and others are Refpondents: Jt Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1813, 21 June 1813

    and Robert Sellar, Sir W.Fettes Merchants in Liverpool, and John Peat their Attorney, et al- are Appellants, and Sir William Fettes Baronet and others are Refpondents : It is Ordered, That the further Hearing of the faid Caufes be put Subscribers-only content


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