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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr ydym yn eu oael yn Neilston, Eilmarnock, Salteouts, ae Irvine, Ayr, Stirline, Perth, Dune;?s:. Aberdeen, Peterbead, Huntley, Montrose, Brechin, Forfar, Arb- routh, Blairgororie, Inverness, Tain, Strathpeffer, Nairn, Elgin, Forres, Grantown, Keith, Banff, Wick, John o'Gronts, Thurso, Dornacb, Dingwvall, Oban, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cheir y rhan gyntaf yn y fath enwan Celtaidd a Lonan (yn yys anaw), Lourmsy (yn Aberdeen)) Lurian (yn Forfar), Luncarty (Perth), a Lundin (a t g Fife). Yn y Deutsche Literotorr Zeituaw dywed P ,f. Zapitza mai y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lied i ni ar farn y wvad ar y Llywodraeth Barn ywla. a 'i gweithrediadau. Yn svydd Forfar; cafodd Cadben Sinclair fwyafrif o 458 ar ei wrthwynebydd Toriaidd, Mr. Ramsay. Sedd yn perthyn i'r Rbyddfrydwyr oedd bou o'r blaen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alolcddaii arianol n- !- wiad. b-c ___ Nos Ferchea acierchai y Gwir Acirivydeddus John Morley dorf liosog o'i ethoilwyr vn Forfar. Dywed- ai ei fod wedi cael ei gyhiuddo o fod mewn rhan yn gayfrifol am y rhiyfel. oblegid y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1;-~ Not Contenlts, l3.Adjoorned. * Tuesday,'Feb. 21. Petitions praying for an. alteration in the Corn Lawaswere pre- sented from l1adddintortd Forfar, and Sussex. On the motio) of 'Lord DarNaav,. various papers, relative to the naval War With America, were ordered Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    LXXIV, Act of Parliament entitled 'Annexation of the Temporalities of Benefices to the Crown' (1587)

    suckin of the samyn, the landis of Corstoun, quhilkis pertenit to the abbacie of Abirbrothok, lyand within the sherefdome of Forfar and regality of Abirbrothok, as sall seme gude to his Hienes, and that the conversioun of the victuall in

    Extracts from the Records, 1557, Jan-June

    xxxiiij li. x s. Dunbar lxvij li. x s. Lawder lxvij li. x s. Dumfries j c lxxiij li xviijs. Forfar l li. xij s. vj d. Brechane j c lxviij. xvs. Montros ij c lxx li. Elgyin j c

    Acts, 1700

    five whereof to the province of Angus and Mearns, of which three to the united Presbyteries of Dundee, Meigle, and Forfar, and two to the united Presbytery of Brechin, Aberbrothwick, and Mearns: Item , two to the province of Aberdeen,

    Acts, 1701

    April next till the next General Assembly; two whereof to be sent to the united Presbyteries of Dundee, Meigle, and Forfar; one to the united Presbyteries of Brechin and Aberbrothwick; and one to the province of Moray, to be proportioned

    Acts, 1819

    Examination of Schools report, that only twenty-nine Presbyteries have sent up returns to the Assembly, viz., Paisley, Dalkeith, Irvine, Cupar, Forfar, Turriff, Biggar, Jedburgh, Chirnside, Peebles, Ellon, Aberdeen, Penpont, Dunbar, Annan, Perth, Brechin, Haddington, Dunfermline, Alford, Aberlour, Strathbogie, Lanark, St

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOTT, Robert (1705-80), of Dunninald, Forfar.

    (1705-80), of Dunninald, Forfar. Constituency Dates Forfarshire (Angus) 1 Mar. 1733 171734 Biography Scott, who succeeded his kinsman, James Scott of Logie, voted with the Government on the excise bill in 1733. Defeated in 1734 and again at a by-election

    CARNEGIE, John (c.1680-1750), of Boysack, Forfar.

    (c.1680-1750), of Boysack, Forfar. Constituency Dates Forfarshire (Angus) 1708 22 June 1716 Ofifces Held Solicitor-gen. [S] Mar.-Sept. 1714. Biography Re-elected unopposed in 1715, Carnegie was expelled from the House of Commons in 1716 for taking part in the rebellion. He

    OGILVY, Hon. William (1793-1871), of Airlie Castle, Forfar

    (1793-1871), of Airlie Castle, Forfar Constituency Dates Perth Burghs 28 Mar. 1831 1831 Ofifces Held Ensign 52 Ft. 1811, lt. 1812; capt. Cape regt. 1815, half-pay 1817-26. Biography The youngest son of the self-styled 5th earl of Airlie, Ogilvy joined

    MAULE, John (1706-81), of Inverkeilor, Forfar.

    (1706-81), of Inverkeilor, Forfar. Constituency Dates Aberdeen Burghs 8 June 1739 Aug. 1748 Ofifces Held Keeper of register of sasines 1737; baron of the Exchequer [S] 1748-d. Biography John Maule was the secretary[footnote] of Lord Ilay, later Duke of Argyll,

    SCOTT, James (1671-1732), of Logie, Forfar.

    (1671-1732), of Logie, Forfar. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 11708 Aberdeen Burghs 1710 8 Feb 1711 Forfarshire (Angus) 30 July 1716 17 Jan. 1733 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Forfarshire 1698-1702, Montrose Burgh 1702-7. Biography Of an ancient Forfarshire family, Scott, who

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shustoke

    from whom it passed in 1597 to his son Walter. 47 In 1631 Sir Walter , now Lord Aston of Forfar , sold it to George Devereux , 48 afterward Sir George Devereux , of Sheldon , who was still

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Pinley , Shortley, and Whitley

    1625. 44 The manor, called the manor of Pinley and Aldermoor , was sold by Walter, 2nd Lord Aston of Forfar , to the corporation in 1655 . 45 Not long afterwards the corporation was involved in a dispute about

    Parishes Standon

    , co. Stafford , created a baronet on the institution of that order in 1611 and made Lord Aston of Forfar in 1627 . 107 Wellesley, Duke of Wellington . Gules a cross between twenty roundels argent for Wellesley, quartered

    Index A-J

    , Aston , John, Joyce, see Frevill; Ric., Rob., Sir Rog., Wal., 1st 1d. Aston of Forfar , Wal., 2nd ld. Aston of Forfar , fam., Aston Flamville (Leics.), Atherstone , Athletic Reporter, see Coventry Graphic Atkinson, Stanley , Attilboro,

    Parishes Sedgefield

    Mr. Henry Pace of London , and Mrs. Ethel Maude Stourton , wife of Everard Stourton of Marcus , co. Forfar . The second moiety of the manor was inherited by Jane daughter of Ralph Booth , who married George

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 15th September 1854

    in it! - We started at ¼ to 9 by the well known line, - Linlithgow , - Stirling, - Forfar , - Perth, - by Aberdeen & on the Banchory , where we left the train, lunched, & proceeded

    Friday 29th September 1848

    next compartment, for the 3 had been very riotous & fidgety in the carriage. Stopped for a short while at Forfar , but it was quite dark by this time, & still raining very fast. The people crowded very much

    Tuesday 12th October 1852

    the scenery alas! gets every moment uglier. After lunching there, we went on in the train at 2 & after Forfar , where Ld & Ly Panmure were waiting at the station to see us, one came into a most

    Friday 29th August 1851

    us to the station. We went through the well known beautiful country, - Stirling, - Strathearn , - Perth, - Forfar , arriving near 1, at Stonehaven , where we had luncheon. At ½ p. 1 drove off in carriages,

    Thursday 13th October 1853

    great improvement. We stopped for luncheon at Stonehaven , & reached Edinburgh & Holyrood by ¼ p. 6, passing by Forfar , Perth & Stirling, as usual. - Felt tired & as always a little Melancholy, on returning, on our


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