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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1588, February

    in Langforgane, David Grahame of Fentrie excom municat, James Grahame, [younger, ] his brother a Papist, Thomas Abercrumie of Midle Gourdie, having subscryvit, communicats not, bot continues a commoun reasoner aganis the religioun, a defender of Papistrie, [and ] receiver

    Charles II, February 1682, 01 February 1682-28 February 1682

    for a charter to David Kinloch of Gourdie and the heirs male of his body with remainder to his heirs male with remainder to his heirs and assigns of the lands of Little Gourdie with the right of patronage of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    , John, unlicensed schoolmaster, unlawful meetings kept by Gould (Gold), Sir Thomas candidate for mayoralty of London votes cast for Gourdie , warrant for erection of barony of Gourdon , Mrs., pass for Gourney , John, farmer of Irish revenue Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    Edward. Lisnakelly , meeting at Litchborough , Northants Litchfield , Philip, reference on petition of (for nolle prosequi ) Little Gourdie , warrant for charter of lands of chapellancy of the Holy Spirit in Littleton (Lyttelton), Colonel Sir Charles, third Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    Herefords., letter dated at Kinigle [? ] , Earl of, pass for Kinkard . See Clinkard. Kinloch , David, of Gourdie, warrant for charter of lands to Kinlochaline (Kenlochallen), Argyllshire, report for delivery of house of, approved by Scots Privy Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are bbe results of the competi. e troUs for putting the weigbt:-Putting 241bI is weight, without follow' (military only)-Sergeant d Gourdie, H.L.L., ist; Private Duncan, 2nd; 10 Private Browne, 3rd) Putting 61b. vweight by .d R.I.C. only, with follow-Constable Edward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be shown in its operations by a large attendance at this meeting. 0 Rascoc, FRoM DiawexvNeG.-Ou Saturday after- noon Robert Gourdie, three and a half years \ of age, son of Sergeant Goprdie. of the let 'f Higlhland Light Infantry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOME CURIOUS SUPERSCRIPTIONS. (From Chambers's Journal.) Not the least interesting of the many postal curiosi- ties to which the newspapers from time to time give publicity, are those relating to addresses on letters ; and it occurred to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    content. Before engaging in the sports ot the day, they were brought together in a body immediately in front of Gourdie house, where they sung several temperance melodies, led by their superintendent, Mr H. G. Jamieson. The duties of chairman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR NOVEMBER (Written for the * Courier and Argus.') carse of gowrie. A few days at the commencement the weather wa3 favourable for field work, and many embraced the oppor- tunity for gathering in the remainder of Subscribers-only content

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