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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    triongl, gan edrych yn eithaf lion a'r byd hwn yn Ilenwi en calonau, a chyda hwy cynrychiolwyr y llynges o Granton; gellir dywedyd bod y rhan ddyddorol o'r or- ymdaith wedi darfod. Y mae yn wir bod yno ugain feallai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meddiant o'r trigolion, a phob trafodaeth mewn pysgota wedi ei lwyr atal, a'r cychod wedi en hanfoa i Leith a Granton er diogelwch. Yr oedd yr aton Earn, mewn canlyniad i'r gwlaw ogydd trymion, wedi codi pum' troediedd ye nwch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cymaint. Yn nghyfarlod haner-blynyddol Meteorological Society Scotland, a gynhaliwyd er * rlain cynflsol, rhoddwyd hanes gweithrediadau y marine station yn Granton, yr hon a sefydlwyd yn Ebrill diweddaf. Ma.e yr orsaf yn barod at lawn waitb, ac yn golygu bod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyrhaeddodd Sunderland a R'dam, Gorphenaf 29. Mary Thomas, cyrhaeddod Rotterdam o Sevastopol, Gorphenaf 28. Jane Radcliff e, pasiodd Constantinople am Granton, Gorphenaf 13 Douqlas Hill, pasiodd Constantinople am Rotterdam Gorphenaf 28. Llanberis. gadawodd Barry am Marseilles, Gorphenaf 26. Manchester, gadawodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Radcliffe, gadawodd Sunderland am Mar- seilles, Awvt 2. Mary Thomas, cyrhaeddodd Newport :o Rotterdam, Awat 7. Jane w ?adctie, cyrhaeddodd Granton o Nicolaieff, Awet 6.t Douqlas Hill, pasiodd Gibraltar am Rotterdam, Awst 6. Llanberis, cyrhaeddodd Marseilles o Barry, Awst 5. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St James , Derby

    The abbot and canons of Darley further granted to the brothers of the hospital half a bovate of land at Granton , which they had of the gift of Robert FitzFulcher of Osmaston , at a rent of 4 s

    Parishes Napton-on-the- Hill

    a Trust Deed dated 2 August 1947 the trustees named therein were appointed to be trustees of the charity called Granton Playing Field for Children of Napton. Thomas Meddoms, by will dated 9 March 1761 , gave £50 to be

    Index A-J

    Rob. Foster (later Grant-Dalton ), Grant-Dalton : Alan, Alan Trevanion , Revd. Colin, rector of Wincanton , Dalton Foster , Granton , Rog. de, Gray , see Grey Green : Bart., Cath., Chas. Baker, architect, Edm., and his s. Edm.,

    Bruton Bruton in 1885 Redlynch Park 1762

    in the Tancarville fee before 1161 and grantors to the priory were Wandrille de Courcelles and his tenant Roger de Granton , 37 the former possibly successor to the holding of Roger de Courcelles in 1086 . 38 Most of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOPE, Charles (1763-1851), of Granton, Edinburgh.

    (1763-1851), of Granton, Edinburgh. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 1802 Dec. 1802 Edinburgh 4 Jan. 1803 20 Nov. 1804 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Orkney June 1792-1801; ld. adv. June 1801-4, ld. of session and ld. justice clerk Dec. 1804-11; ld. pres. of

    FLEMING, John (1747-1829), of Gloucester Place, Mdx.

    Nov. 1813. Biography According to his will, Fleming was an orphan brought up by a maternal uncle John Cleghorn of Granton in Cramond, Edinburgh, brother of George Cleghorn, professor of anatomy at Trinity College, Dublin, several of whose nephews were

    RAMSAY, Sir Alexander, 2nd bt. (1785-1852), of Balmain, Fasque, Kincardine

    March Arbuthnott withdrew his brother, but insisted on supporting Ramsay against Farquhar. On the 6th Ramsay went from Edinburgh to Granton to see Charles Hope, lord president of the court of session (whom he did not know personally) and, as

    ERSKINE, Hon. Henry (1746-1817), of Almondell, Linlithgow.

    that Erskine’s being appointed lord justice clerk in succession to Eskgrove would stabilize Scottish legal arrangements and Charles Hope of Granton was prepared to yield to him, but on Eskgrove’s death later that year Erskine refused to consider it, out

    MACKINTOSH, Sir James (1765-1832), of Weedon Lodge, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks.

    read medicine instead. At Edinburgh he was a president of the Speculative Society and became friendly with Charles Hope* of Granton and Malcolm Laing*. Just before his father’s death he settled in London, later selling his encumbered property in Scotland.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI, July 1547, 01 July 1547-31 July 1547

    or both to ride with all diligence to the Governor and shall advertise how things proceed. Praying you to suffer Granton to come home, as I showed you at departing. Glencarne. Signed: Glencarne. On small slip of paper. Holograph. Addressed. Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1554-5

    the shore and bulwark of Leyth were resumed in July and continued until October 1555. The stones were brought from Granton and the Burghmoor, and the lime from Cousland and Westhouses. The particulars of the first week's outlay is here

    Index, G, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    at, 78. Grange , the, Ireland, 267. Grant , Dr., Sub-dean of Westminster, the Dean's deputy, 181. Grantham (Grantun), 310. Granton , letter dated at, 310. Gravener , Mr., 94 . Graves , John, Mayor of Kingston upon Hull, 140.

    Edward VI, September 1547, 01 September 1547-30 September 1547

    Davy Irwyn a spy of mine was hanged at Edinburgh by the Governor's order. He also kept the Goodman of Granton there on suspicion. Carlisle. Signed: Thomas Whartton. 1 pp. Addressed. Indorsed (by Thynne). 45. Articles for delivery of Hume Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 1, November 1547, 01 November 1547-30 November 1547

    copy of my reply, and from the Earl of Glencairn, the Laird of Closeburn, and Robt. Moffatt, the goodman of Granton, by which you may perceive their devices among themselves, and for assurances for their own commodities. If they could Subscribers-only content


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