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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    efenbyl. aidd. Dowch a oboesaw! Dim casgliad! Y mae symudiad ar droed i sefydlu l"bowling greens' i'r dosbarth gweitbiol yn Glasgow. 'KEy mhlentyn," ebai athiraw a foesau anheus, gan roddi ei law ar ysgwydd un o'r becbgyn, " yr wyf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dymnunem wrth ddechreuy braslun hwn i'r banes, gyd- rabod 'in dyled am ffeithiau, &c. yr ysgrif i'r hybarch Dr. Buchanan, Glasgow, ar yr hwn y gerphwys prif arolyg- iaeth y drysorf a, yrbyn, fel y ceir gweled, sydd wedi bod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dref hon, ymysg y rhai a basiodd yn llwyddianus y " Preliminary Examination for the Medical Profession " yn Athrofa Glasgow. Pan ys- tyriom na fu y bonoddwr ieuanc uchod ond wyth mis yn efrydydu yr holl ganghenau gwybodaeth, pa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y IPrif Weinidog), a Mr. SHUTTLEWOT1TH, wedi en dyclhwelyd-y naill dros Whitby a'r Hall dros Hastings-y ddau yn rhyddfrydwvyr. Dros Glasgow ac Aberdeen fe etholwyd Mr. Gonnox., ceidwadwr. Felly mae y rhyddfrydwyr wedi coll un eisteddle, a'r un hono ya Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Prees, Cae-Evan-Gymro, ger Bethesda, ymhlith y rhai llwyddianus yn yr arholiad rhagbarotoawl yn y Faculty of Physicians & Surgeons, Glasgow. Cynhaliwyd trengholiad yn Ffestiniog y 15fed o'r mislhwn, ax gorff gweithiwr o'r enw Rees Jones, yr hwn a gyfarfyddodd Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    A map of Glasgow and environs, c.1650

    of Glasgow and environs, c.1650 A Map of GLASGOW and Adjoining District About the Year 1650. A Map of GLASGOW and Adjoining District About the Year 1650 . Compiled to illustrate "CHARTERS and DOCUMENTS relating to the CITY of GLASGOW,

    LII, Decree assoilzing officers and community from suit by the Archbishop (1554)

    certain duties. 10 December 1554. Ane decreit befor the Lords of Councell, upon a lybell pursued be James, archbishop of Glasgow, against this brugh for alledgeing themselves to be doted and infeft be the bishop's predecessors in certain priviledges and

    LXIX, Further letters of James VI confirming LVXI

    terms similar to No. LXVI. Rex. We, vnderstanding that the inhabitantis of the citie of Glasgow ar sindrie tymes chargeit [etc., in terms similar to No. LXVI. ] Gevin vnder oure signet, and subscriuit with oure hand at our castell

    XCVI , Bond of Archbishop concering charter no.XCV

    by John, Archbishop of Glasgow, binding himself to obtain from the College a ratification of the Charter No. xcv., or otherwise to guarantee the Provost, Bailies, and Councillors of the Burgh of Glasgow against loss. Glasgow, 27 March 1615. Be

    XVIII, Precept of Robert III regarding the transference of the market day (1397)

    by King Robert III., authorizing a charter to be granted to the burgesses and community of Glasgow for keeping their market day on Monday instead of Sunday. 14 October 1397. Precept under the privie seall be King Robert the third

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 January 1706, 28 January 1707

    0 0 0 0 0 0 QuEENSBERRY, C. P. S. Mar, S. Loudoun, S. Sutherland. Morton. Wemyss. Leven. Starr. ROSEBERIE. Glasgow. Arch. Campbell. DuPPLIN. ROSSE. Hen. Dalrymple. Ad. Cokburne. F. MONTGOMERIE. David Dalrymple. Patt. Johnston. Ja. Smollett. W. Morrison. Alexander Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1707, 7 February 1708

    Lieh. & Cov. Epus. Petriburg. Epus. Ciceflr. Epus. Bangor. Epus. Carliol. Epus. Lincoln. Epus. Landaven. «¦ Staik. u Loudoun. " Glasgow. Ilay. " Leven. <( Greenwich." Kahauhe A Meflage wag fent to the Houfe of Commons, by Lords' agree Sir Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1739, 22 January 1740

    the Petition of Ninian Bryce Ship-Bryce to mafter in Glafgow, and John Orr of Barrowfield, and^hi John Robert/on Writer in Glasgow, his Cautioners; praying, " In regard the Court of Seffion in Scotland " pronounced an Interlocutor fince the Petitioner's Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1739, 5 March 1740

    the Houfe, " without any Amendment." After hearing Counfel, in Part, upon the Petition Appeal of Ninian Bryce Shipmafter in Glasgow, others, to which William Bryce is Refpondent: It is Ordered, That the further Hearing of this Caufe be adjourned Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1739, 6 March 1740

    Yefterday as this Day, upon the Petition and Appeal of Ninian Bryce Shipmafter in Glasgow, and John Orr of Barrowfield, and John Robert/on Writer in Glasgow, his Cautioners; complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Glasgow

    Glasgow County Background Information Lord William CAVENDISH BENTINCK

    Glasgow

    Glasgow Borough Background Information

    SMITH, Thomas (d.1716).

    (d.1716). Constituency Dates Glasgow Burghs 1710 19 Jan. 1716 Ofifces Held Bailie of Glasgow by 1707; dean of guild, Glasgow 1709-11, 1713-15; commr. for stating army debts 1715-d. Biography At George I’s accession, Thomas Smith, a Glasgow merchant, who had

    RODGER (ROGER), Robert (c.1650-aft.1715), of Glasgow

    RODGER (ROGER), Robert (c.1650-aft.1715), of Glasgow Constituency Dates Glasgow Burghs 1708 1710 Ofifces Held Burgess, Glasgow 1680, treasurer 1693, bailie 1695–6, 1699–1700, 1702–3, 1705–6, dean of guild 1697–9; provost 1707–8, 1711–13. Biography ‘This man’, asserted the Duke of Montrose in

    CAMPBELL, Daniel (1672-1753), of Shawfield, Lanark, and Ardentenie and Islay, Argyll.

    Islay, Argyll. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Glasgow Burghs 24 Feb 1716 1727 Glasgow Burghs 28 Mar. 1728 1734 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Inveraray 1702-7. Ofifces Held Collector of customs at Port Glasgow 1703-?8; commr. for the union of Scotland

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Parliamentary history

    i. 273. 'Old Smethwick ', 7 Jan. 1950 ; F. W. S. Craig , British Parliamentary Election Results, 1918-1949 ( Glasgow , 1969), 241. Sir Oswald Mosley , My Life , 17, 190-2, 230, 237, 247-50, 283; Staffs. Advertiser ,

    Friaries The Dominicans of Chester

    1476 Thomas Robison , who had studied theology at Bologna , was allowed to transfer from Chester to his native Glasgow to teach the liberal arts. 27 The house was evidently regarded as well-disciplined in 1356 when an unruly friar

    Copford Manors Richard Woods's plan for the gardens at Copford Hall , 1784

    succeeded, then Fiske's nephew Thomas H. Harrison (d. 1895), Thomas's brother William T. Harrison (d. 1920) who was bishop of Glasgow and Galloway 1888-1903 , William's son C. C. F. Harrison (d. 1937), and C. C. F.'s wi dow, Mrs.

    Parishes Ufton

    the Wagstaffes of Harbury ), 22 and Mary his wife to John Snell , 23 a Scotsman and graduate of Glasgow University. Snell died in 1679 having bequeathed the manor and lands, then worth about £450 a year, to the

    Stanway Manors and other estates Olivers in 1658

    T. T. Harrison , and on her death in 1893 to her younger son W. T. Harrison , bishop of Glasgow and Galloway (d. 1920). 61 The family retained the estate until 1939. 62 In the late 1940s and the

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    A selection of Scotch, English, Irish, and foreign airs. Adapted for the fife, violin, or German flute. Vol. II. Humbly dedicated to the Volunteer and Defensive Bands of Great Britain and Ireland

    [Music title pages, Sheet music covers] / So»^/^iy/^^^'iruUar^ ^in/^^' Jr^'^A /- Mi AWtr//*^^/ ^/5^»/^3'j^/^/*5'*^"-'.r/'' y; /¦''!^^ Jr^'^A /- Mi AWtr//*^^/ ^/5^»/^3'j^/^/*5'*^"-'.r/'' y; /¦''!^^ / So»^/^iy/^^^'iruUar^ ^in/^^' Subscribers-only content

    Glenfield starch

    (When you ask for Glenfield starch see that you get it as inferior kinds are often substituted) [Soap, Starch, Advertisements, soap] ^ CilM FLilR CORN FLOUR has now become an indispensable article of rOODANOITIS HIGHLY? REQUISITE TO KNOW WHERE Subscribers-only content

    Grandmother's pet

    [Children, Sentimentalism, Genre prints] 15-^ X A()i>sv'i-) noK V siaaswai .vu a a: Rs na^ii jimdi wM^^^^(S)M(sm'^m^ I. zy4> ^ A()i>sv'i-) noK V siaaswai .vu a a: Rs na^ii jimdi wM^^^^(S)M(sm'^m^ 15-^ X I. zy4> ^ I. zy4> ^ Subscribers-only content

    My grandfather

    [Children, Sentimentalism, Grandfathers, Genre prints] ^Z v^ifi^^^J^H^A^ISa^-r^ r.LISHJ. D BV- l.T-MSDEX ik SOK Ol.ASC.OW f'xo RC's ^? N/Ccrsw..ri ah g •jrHsniia.i ^Z v^ifi^^^J^H^A^ISa^-r^ r.LISHJ. D BV- l.T-MSDEX ik SOK Ol.ASC.OW f'xo RC's ^? N/Ccrsw..ri ah g •jrHsniia.i ^Z v^ifi^^^J^H^A^ISa^-r^ Subscribers-only content

    Kingfisher

    in which i ? finds its food. Five or si? very round white eggs ar? usually laid. MAKERS JOHN FILSHiLL? GLASGOW MO9SV10 •piBj XiiBnsn JB siWa ajiqM punoj Xjsa IS JO aAij pooj 811 spug qsiqM Ul puB 'sjuanbaji UlBaj)8 Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/002/106/001

    on such an occasion to substitute for copper, for example upon the principle invented by M r Professor Wilson of Glasgow , and by him explained in N o 18 of Nicholson ' s Philosophical Magazine: concerning which see further

    JB/002/116/001

    for May 1st 1798 No 15: being there reprinted from a paper circulated by the Author Mr. Professor William of Glasgow with specimens which I have seen and heard spoken of by artists as adequate to the performance of what

    JB/035/098/002

    by any Lawyer Any one not to any London Lawyer but by to a Scotch professor of moral philosophy at Glasgow ? Why - but that the labyrinth of law is still more intricate and dark and dirty in England

 

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