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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac yn llwyddianus. Gallwn yn hawdd en cyfarch yn v geiriau a ddefnydd- iodd Chalmers, pan yn ediych gyda'i gyfaill Guthrie ar y Cowgate, yn Edinburgh, "anoble field "-maes godidog sydd ar y Goror i weis- ion v Gwaredwr. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remade d aral ndi eihfu6ai rs ing; it is -a ' distinct n sprt'peaainfo h restore, and its useis'o'rq itd fti. t OfZ1 balspmnrs,Tbreellllig Bwriada y Dr. 'Guthrie d^]a ymteliad &'r Iriol Dal. ' ad 0 -i he t - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diweddaf, bu yr enwog Di. Guthrie yn pregethu i gynulleidfa liosog iawn gyda'i yni arferolyn nghapel y Parch. T. Davidson, Llundain, a chyda'r un gweinidog aeth yn y prydnawn Pr Agricul- tural Hall, i draddodi darlith i'r gweithwyr. Gwnaeth sylw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tuhwnt i bob gofidiau i'r brcswyl- a fa lonydd. Ganwyd Dr. Guthrie yn Brechin, Forfarshire, yn uCy fwycddyn 1803, ac yr oedd yn fab ieuengaf i'r diweddar 18 Mr. Guthrie, marsiandwr ac arianydd yn y dref hona. ol, Addysgwyd of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae dfrol o hunanhakebs Pr. Guthrie wedi ei chy" boeddi, yr hen sydd 3n Ihtwn dyddordeb; y mae cyfrol eto i ymddangos, yr hoc tydd yn Aq dyddorol i'r cy. hoedd, am ntli yno y cohodir y prit d xgwyddisdan Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Accounts, Deans of Guild, 1555-6

    subscribed by the auditors, n or by the "comptar" The following addition to the report is signed by Mr Alexander 'Guthrie, town clerk: ] Item, allowit to the compter quhilk he .forzet out of his present compt throu negligence, the

    Extracts from the Records, 1586, Jan-Mar

    be delyuerit to Jhonn Jhonestoun, collectour, and he to raise lettres thairvpoun befor the lords, and according heirto maister Alexander Guthrie delyuerit to the said Jhonn the said gift. 28 January 1585 6. Balcanquell, minister, his stipend augmentit. [The provest,

    List of abbreviations

    belonging to the City; "containing their whole Lands, Customs, and Privileges pertaining to them." Collected and digested by Mr Alexander Guthrie, Common Clerk, in 1638; 1 volume. Inventory of Writs, 1653. Inventory of the write relating to the City, removed

    Extracts from the Records, 1568, Jan-June

    of the town wall, quhilk he has warit vpoun the bigging of the hospitall. 24 March 1567 8 . Villa, Guthrie bulwark, lent money . In presens of [the bailies and council, ] comperit [the deacons of crafts, ] and

    Charles II, June 1661, 01 June 1661-30 June 1661

    be set in the place where the Marquess of Montrose's had stood. The like justice was executed on Giffen and Guthrie, a pair of old incendiaries, this last being a seditious minister, and 'tis hoped several others of that brotherhood Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 December 1743, 7 December 1743

    " the Order of this Houfe fdr that Purpofe." And thereupon Two Affidavits, made by Charles Ogilvy Clerk to Charles Guthrie Writer in Edinburgh, of the due Service of the faid Order, being read: Ordered, That the faid Refpondents do Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1749, 27 November 1749

    has been returned, and what re- VoL. XXVII. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of PatrfckGuthrie Guthrie Efquire, Son to the deceafed David Guthrie ofM*g"ainft Carfebank in the County of Angus in Scotland; com¬ plaining of his being aggrieved by Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1749, 13 March 1750

    the Parties concerned had M given their Confents thereunto, except Catherine Brif- VoL. XXVII. A Petition of Patrick Guthrie Efquire, was prefented, Guthrie and read; fetting forth, " That he was advifed to bring M*f^ " an Appeal to this Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1752, 26 March 1752

    this Kingdom, from any Part oi Europe, upon •• the Payment of a Duty; and for Relief of James " Guthrie, with refpeft to the Duties paid and fecured " upon a Quantity of Tobacco burnt at the Port of Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1802, 3 February 1802

    Lord Gray, David Smith Efquire, of Methven, " one of the Senators of the Coliege of Juftice ; James tc Guthrie Efquire, of Craigie, Mungo Murray Efquire, " of Lintrofe, and Robert Grahame Efquire, of Fintry, " as Tutors Dative Subscribers-only content

 

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