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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1612

    space of sex moneth to cum and to the feist of Michelmes nixt; and first for the Rattounraw, Drygait, Stabill Grein, and fra the Wyneheid to the Gray Freir port, [four persons; for the Gallogait and without the port, three;

    Extracts from the records, 1576

    statute be the baillies, counsall, and commountie, that thair be ane calf hird conducit to keip the calfis wpone the Grein furthe of scaythe, wtherwayis gif thai be fundin in scaythe to be pundit, and als ordanis thame that hes

    Extracts from the records, 1613

    and dykin convener bieing absent. Treis, grein . Ordanis the innirgang of the treis grawand in the Hie Kirk yaird to be drawin be Thomas Morsoun and Thomas Pettigrew and sett in the Grein. 27 February 1613. Bursaris, James Layng,

    Extracts from the accounts, 1630-34

    trone, the said terme, j c lxxvi li. xiijs. iiijd. Item, the dewtie of the brig and gres of the Grein, the said terme, j c lvj li. xiijs. 4d. Item, dewtie of the gres of the commo une land,

    Extracts from the records, 1679

    Crapnestok, New Grein . It is concluded that the land betwixt Johne Loukis dyk and Cropnestok, so far east as the heid of the New Grein, by the way syd, be bought and added to the New Grein, and appoyntis

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    directionofexpesnsoth attainmentof tsehi objecnt- aproctio, onofihe. I esesPerins Baon, nd o.obshov succeded aTh greatosiant In coPinbic ar highaly-finisedenravingh ofin the Grein raes taniongo icSES pede Stl e eacdeg oef whicheis rict p heio Estrs Heill fromionk weleatm eon emstl tCohaste Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nebst den g 'ray fent Fin'nsisurg Utnd Yaldere i! kritisch bearbeiteten Texten neu herausgegeben, mit W6rterbuch, von Ohr. W. M. Grein, Dr Phil.,i Archivar und Mitglied der Direction des Hans und Staatsarchivs zn Cassel. aslu&Gtign Georg H. Wigand. 1867. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURE. MR. TENNYSON'S NEW DRAMA. Harold. A Drama. By Alfred Tennyson. London: Henry S. King and Co. Nothing is so remarkable in Mr. Tennyson as his versa- tility. Having for about a quarter of a century silenced every contemporary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and, many of the Welsh counties. The tabulated returns in which this estimate is set forth stand thus Abstrac of Grein Crop Retuirns for 18So. 188. Wheat Barley Oats Beans Peas Over average . 34 96 97 63 46 Average Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1)l0 oif thnat descriji- tion was required in the locality.-Notices for only three lie Iv apllitiolis haC d hen givein.-Ir. Grein applied on bebalf of i'cter .Tuggius, of Solihull Lodge, for a full spirit license. At tIle last Licensing Sessions Subscribers-only content

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