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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. !V 1. 'o) , ii, ilnidog, 1)r. Edward Blaelkwe'l 1 Rib'mlw . sinar hoii iMiss Alison Gillespie, ail k'i.'l 3i X Willins Gillespie Pilas Isa' Lanlig. F1 "I.kR1VOLAETT-JA'U. Danieje_. niiax'i 6G y' .l m ili'lml oed. Mirs. iam- .J Subscribers-only content

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    owlnd ul-Sic S,,rourt Atlrouaty-Sir John hopr..Sis Lacry Cole-dir Thomnas Graham-Sir William Beresford-General Ibolrnson...Generol Fane-General Borret -Admiral lBrrtie-Colonels Grant, St~e san, Gillespie. hleating, Barry, Close, Harvey Aston, &c. Commodore 'leey-Captairs Willoughby, Bayneo^, Corbet, Grose, Johuttone, &c. Octt In 2 sol.So.00.20,. In Subscribers-only content

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    Fleet street. - VWAR-OFFICE, FEr.16,1838. 4th Light Dragoons-Liout R. R. Gillespie, to be Capt. withl ont purchase, rice Elliot, deceased; Cornet J. T. D. Halket, to be Lient. vice Gillespie, July 6. let Foot-Lieut. E. R. W therall, to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    icester, timber merchant. [Austen and Hobson, Raymoid islilttisgs, Gray's tin. J. CO.llins, Brightib , bothser. [Tatoplin. Chancery lane. W. B Gillespie, Chesterle.Strret, Barbsa a, common brewer. [Nicholls, Cook's court, Lincoln's inu. DIVIDENDS. November 26. G. Henl y. Strand,cheesemoner-Novembfr 29, T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Veterinary Surgeon, vice Spencer, who re- signs 4th Light Dragnons-Lieut. G. G. Shaw to be Capt. without purchase, vice Gillespie, appointed to the 15th Light Dragoons; Cornet W. W. W. Humbly, to be Lieut. without purchase, vice Pyers, deceased; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1647

    Gillespie, minister, outter hous of the grit kirk Compearit Mr. Robert Ramsay and Mr. George Young, ministers, came by warrand fra the sessioune to requeist and desyre that the magistratis and counsell wauld concure in suitting for Mr. Patrik

    Extracts from the records, 1649

    in compensatioune of thair candills, thrie dollouris. 21 February 1649. Gillespie, minister . Ordaines the four men appoynted to goe to Edinbrugh to attend the call geiven to Maister Patrik Gillespie for transporting of him to Kircaldie with ane commissioun

    Extracts from the records, 1641

    of the tounes thankfulnes to him for his paines taine for the tounes bussines. 4 December 1641. Gillespie, minister . Maister Patrik Gillespie producit a presentatioune grantit to him be his Majestie of the place of the Highe Kirk in

    Extracts from the accounts, 1641-49

    Mr. George Young, minister, for his charges, expensses, horse hyre and vther debursementis, anent the bringing heir of Mr. Patrik Gillespie, conforme to the warrand daitit the 16 of October 1647, liiij li. ijs. Item, debursit to James Gilkersoune, talyour,

    Extracts from the accounts, 1650-59

    Yair for wryting the magistratis commissiones, furneising wax and parchment therto, xiij li. vjs. viijd. Item, debursit to Mr. Patrik Gillespie quhilk he debursit for obteining the decreit of allocatioun befor the hie commission and for his awin chairges, lxxxv

 

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