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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Holmcultram

    Holme , had been for some time neglected and committed to laymen; it was therefore petitioned that the monastery of Glenluce might serve it. 13 This church was committed to Holmcultram free of synodals and all episcopal burdens by Joceline

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    piety, charity and benevolence. He was author of several valnable productions, particularly that on the eflicacv of the vapour-bath. At Glenluce, on his way to attend his brother's funeral, Samuel Jolly, Esq. towns :lerk of Wigtown, aged 78. At Willoughby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry Dalrymple, Earl of Stair. He was Mhe seventh Earl He wan Earl of Stair, Viecount Stair and Dalrymsple, Lord Glenluce, Stran raer', and Newliston, in the peerage of Scotland, and a baronet of Nova Scotia, and was born the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ing that the guard of the omnibus plying between Glasgow and Bail- llesron on Sabbath, had presented a testimonial from Glenluce, asking the privilege of baptism for his child, confessing his regret that he was necessitated to attend the omnibus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, Septemefr 5. B~iank'tnts.tr V. Ph,1 3s1ioorias, bieshl maker. [Ellis, Jewry street, Aid- gatc.-J. A. Rippon, Low cottages, Camnersellt cicir mantufacturer. [Ndrdon and Prichk rd, Newgate street.-J. Whitteting, Finedon, Northlamptnsltire, bafilet. [Roscoe, King street, Finsbury Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Day's The'Promised Land,.8st 71b . ' '(MWDsay) A The following also ran:-Volca'o,' Gallus, Glenbucl Marionette, colt by Coterstone out of Glenluce, Bankrupt, Schulo, brother to Sydney, Phantom, Electric, Polonius, EufieldHl~i;ghwayman, Gaspard, Gamester, ' 'Gladiolus, Nimlrod, Reynarid,'tew atsc 'e'Balnamoon, Defender, Red Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 March 1747, 9 March 1748

    and Glenluce \ " Sheweth, " That Her Majefty Queen Ann, by Her Royal Grant '* or Patent, of Date 8th April 1703, created John, then " Vifcount of Stair, Earl of Stair, Vifcount Dalrymple, " Lord Newlifloun, Glenluce, and Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1747, 9 March 1748

    aforefaid Charter, 27th February 1704, to the Title, Honour, and Dignity, of Earl of Stair, " Vifcount Dalrymple, Lord Newlijloun, Glenluce and " Stranraer; and hoped to have enjoyed the fame with' *' out any Objection. " That neverthelefs, at Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1747, 9 March 1748

    the faid Title of Earl of Stair, Vifcount " Dalrymple, Lord Newlifioun, Glenluce, and Stranraer: " But, in cafe Your Majefty ftiould be of Opinion that M the faid Charter could not vary the Limitation of the " Patent 1703, Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1748, 29 March 1748

    His Majefty's Command) w Peelfe!"5 Panted to the Houfe, a Petition of John Earl of Stair, Vifcount Dalrymple, Lord Newliflon, Glenluce, and Stran¬ raer, relating to the Honours and Dignities claimed by the Petitioner; with His Majefty's Reference thereof to Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1748, 29 March 1748

    to fucceed to him in his faid Title and 11 Dignity of Earl of Stair, Vifcount Dalrymple, Lord " Newliflon, Glenluce, and Stranraer, in the fame " Manner as if the Name of Your Petitioner and the " other Heirs Subscribers-only content

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