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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    Nairn , John, of Greenyards, Esq.; ccxliv. 61. -, Lord, a prisoner in the Tower; ccxliii. 21. Nairne , Sir David, secretary of the Order of the Thistle, petition of; cclviii. 18. -, -, -, memorial of; ccxl. 27. Napier

    Index, G, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    for a lottery for; ccxxxvii. 1. -, -, treasurer of. See Cavendish, Philip. -, -, water supply of; ccxl. 79. Greenyards , N.B.; ccxliv. 61. Greig , Thomas, Provost of Coupar, N.B., memorial of; cclxvi. 35. -, -, petition of;

    General Index, L, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Liverne Liverpool Constable of Castle of Mayor, & c. of, and Castle of Livingston , Le vington, Levingston, Lyvingston, of Greenyards Lt.-Col. Alex. Capt. D. James, commission to Lieut. Jas. (Earl of Orkneys) John, a suspect Capt. John, and see Subscribers-only content

    Volume 244, July 1-December 30, 1723, 01 July 1723-30 December 1723

    Mr. James Graham, and others. The estate of Keir for 10,412 l. 15 s. 97/12 d. to John Nairn of Greenyards, Esq., the estate of Bannockburn for 7,341 l. 1 s. 3 d. , and to Mungo Graeme of Gorthie,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, May 1736, 01 May 1736-31 May 1736

    & al. The joint and several Answers of Margaret Lady Nairn and others, to the Appeal of John Nairn of Greenyards Esquire, was brought in. As was also the Answer of Duncan Forbes Esquire, His Majesty's Advocate for Scotland ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 February 1735, 18 February 1736

    the Bar, on Monday the 15th Day of March next. Upon reading the Petition arid Appeal of John Nairn, of Greenyards, Efquire; complaining of Two Interlocu¬ tors of the Lords of Seilion in Scotland, of the 2d and 31ft of Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1736, 3 May 1736

    R S. The joint and feveral Anfwers of Margaret Lady Nairn and others, to the Appeal of John Nairn of Greenyards Efquire, was brought in. As was alfo the Anfwer of Duncan Forbes Efquire, His Majefty's Advocate for Scotland, on Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1736, 6 May 1736

    Houfe being moved, " That Tuefday next may '•' be appointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein John ^< Nairn of Greenyards Efquire is Appellant, and Mar- " garet Lady Nairn and others are Refpondents:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1736, 13 May 1736

    well for as againft the fame. Counfel were called in, to be heard, in the Caufe wherein John Nairn of Greenyards Efquire is Appel¬ lant, and Margaret Lady Nairn and others are Respon¬ dents. And the Appellant's Counfel being fully Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1736, 14 May 1736

    ' Cloth> After hearing Counfel, as well Yefterday as this Day, upon the Petition and Appeal of John Nairn of Greenyards Efquire ; complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, bearing Date the Se¬ cond of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. George Bridges Lewis, vicar of Kenusing. Rent, to Mary, elder daughter of the Rev. J. MI Bern Murdooh, of Greenyards, Stirling- shire, vioar of Riverhead, and rural dean of Shore. ham, Rent. SIONCRIEFF-STURGE - September 13, at the British Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEV MOORS. I 7 . - . The stir and =eiitemefa bich the commencement of the grouse- shooting season naturally occasions in the capital of the grouse. shooting 'countrty, has already commenced here. Coaches and steamers: bring. lacgedaily accessions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glasgow, contractor.- R. S. ROSS. New York, partnler in the Srm of J. Manro and Co., Ingram-street, Glasgow, rnerchant.-P. REID, Greenyards, near Banrock- burn, cattle dealer.-M. BARB, Paisley, linen ned aoollen draper and toy merchant. Friday, January 2, BitNKRUPTS. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a coods shed hers which they did not possess. They would require to make some alterations at Dunblane and Easter Greenyards, where, on two parts of their line, were level crossings, which prevented them from running at a fast speed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KEEPING HIS WIFE AND BABIES WARM Air Eli Perkins tells the following story of Beecher's early poverty, which he heard from the great preacher's own lips : - lieecber said, "My salary was so small, that I used to Subscribers-only content

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