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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI, May 1548, 01 May 1548-31 May 1548

    of Haddington to train as many hackbutters as he can; do all he can to get George Douglas in his hands, and having him, keep him: and notwithstanding any treaty, destroy the country as he may. The church of Haddington Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, November 1548, 01 November 1548-30 November 1548

    unstolen; none but Scots can be harboured except by force; the price of victuals is excessive. The sick soldiers from Haddington, & c. are shut out of houses, and die of want in the streets. This town, if well ordered, Subscribers-only content

    Spain, July 1548, 01 July 1548-31 July 1548

    last advices these people (the English) have received no news from there, except that the French force had appeared before Haddington, in order to reconnoitre the place, and they approached so near to it that several of them were shot.

    Edward VI, September 1548, 01 September 1548-30 September 1548

    was his pleasure we should and have made provision for certain lacks at the Peathes and Haddington, & c. As the Captain of Haddington, Sir Richard Lee, and Sir Thomas Holcroft, complain of the soldiers some sick, others stealing away Subscribers-only content

    Spain, August 1548, 01 August 1548-31 August 1548

    not having already revictualled Haddington, in accordance with the orders that he had given them, which would have rendered it perfectly easy. He assured me that he had no fresh news, except that the men inside Haddington were bearing themselves

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLT, Robert (1756-97), of Auldhame, Haddington.

    COLT, Robert (1756-97), of Auldhame, Haddington. Constituency Dates Lymington 1784 1790 Biography In 1784 Colt seems at first to have been a candidate for Haddington Burghs; and John Robinson noted in his electoral survey:[footnote] ‘If Mr. Colt shall succeed he

    FLETCHER, Andrew (1722-79), of Saltoun, Haddington.

    FLETCHER, Andrew (1722-79), of Saltoun, Haddington. Constituency Dates Haddington Burghs 1747 1761 Haddingtonshire (East Lothian) 1761 1768 Ofifces Held Clerk of the pipe in the Exchequer [S] 1746-51; sec. to Duke of Argyll as keeper of the great seal [S],

    DALRYMPLE, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1692-1751), of Hailes, Haddington.

    DALRYMPLE, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1692-1751), of Hailes, Haddington. Constituency Dates Haddington Burghs 5 Jan. 1722 1734 Ofifces Held Auditor gen. of the Exchequer [S] 1721-d. Biography Dalrymple, like his father, to whose seat and office he succeeded, followed the

    BAIRD, John (1685-1745), of Newbyth, Haddington.

    (1685-1745), of Newbyth, Haddington. Constituency Dates Edinburghshire (Midlothian) 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Commr. of the equivalent 1715-19. Biography The grandson of a prominent judge and politician, whose son had been created a baronet, Baird was returned as a Whig for

    FALL, James (d.1743), of Dunbar.

    Dates Haddington Burghs 1734 1741 Biography Fall was one of four brothers, described as the most considerable merchants of their time in Scotland.[footnote] Reputedly of gypsy origin, the family were the chief magistrates of Dunbar, one of the Haddington district

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Hume, Broadalbin, Newhaven, Cranftoiin, Wigtouii, Aberdeen, Strathallon, Jedburgh, Strathmorej Dunmoir, Teviot, Madertzie, Abercorn, Melvil, Duplin, Couper, Kelly, Orkney, Garnock, Napier, Haddington, Ruglen, Primerofe. Cameron, Galloway, March, Cramond, Lauderdale, Marchmount, Lords Reay, Kinnoul, Seafield, Forrefter,- Loudon, Hyndford, Pitfligo, Dumffries, Cromerly, Forbes, Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1713, 22 April 1713

    another the Fourteenth of June One Thoufand Seven Hundred and Ten, on the Behalf of Mr. John Currie Minifter of Haddington; and praying, " That the fame may be reverfed :" It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1714, 6 April 1714

    and Seffion in Scotland, " as Commiffioners for planting of Kirks, on Behalf of " Mr. John Currie, Minifter of Haddington; who put in " his Anfwer thereunto, and a Day was appointed for "¦ hearing the faid Caufe; but Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1737, 29 March 1737

    & at. foaw, was brought in : Lawder ^s was lil<ewife, the Anfwer of John Anderfon, Mer- Anderfon. chant in Haddington, to the Appeal of Charles Lander Writer in Edinburgh. Hodie f vice lecia eft Billa, intituled, " An A£l Subscribers-only content

    5 December 1741, 5 December 1741

    his Clerk in Court fliall be deemed good Service. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of George derfon, Merchant in Haddington; complaining of feveral Interlocutors of the Lord Ordinary, of the 15th and 23d of February 173-la tne 4cn an^ Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o lawer ond i chwi beidio rhwymo eich hun yn gaeth i eraill. Dy- wedai yr hybarch J. Brown, o Haddington, fod eisian gwneyd y bregeth fel pe na byddai Duw mewn bod i'w bendithio, ac eto ei bod yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MXr. James Caird ,rai gwirioneddou.agy. byddaij~ yn. dda i'n tirfeddiiuwyr ,,41~ arnynt Noda.: taith-bu Ma,.! Eeogrge .lope, Fenton; Barns, ger. Haddington, ar ol iddo ef,l.ei dad, a'e -daid ,fod~ ypnbyw p iferm, treuio. miioedd, ,a arian mewn gwielliantau,-ei gwneyd ..y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sylweddol o'r hen Ddiwygiwr Scotaidd en-wog John ltnox yn Haddington. Oddiar ystyriaeth o'i wasan- 2 ath mawr i achos addysg, a'r ffaith iddo' ef ei hun a dderbyn ei addysg yn Haddington, cynygir yn awtr Pr I cofarwydd fsd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trwy rodai cynhaliseth deilwvg i . iddypt. Mae'e wir y dylai pregethwr fad yn barod, T fel John Brown, o Haddington, hyd yn nod i gardbta Tb ye yr wythnos er mwyn cael pregethu Crist ar y Sab- teg 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y boneddwr ymadawedig wedi erfyn am gael i e' gladdu yn yr un bedd s'i wraig yn Eglwya Gadeiriol d. Haddington. U, Eisoes y mae 3000 a bersonau wedi rhoddi eu tyst- y iolaethan a flaen y Ddirprwyaeth a benodwyd Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges College of Lambeth

    a college of secular canons, dedicated to the honour of his predecessor St. Thomas the Martyr, at Haddington , near Canterbury . But the project met with such strenuous opposition from the monks of Christ Church that he was forced

    Houses of the Gilbertine order The priory of St Catherine outside Lincoln

    , one-twelfth in Boothby , onetwentieth in Toft Newton , one-twentieth in East Hykeham, one-twentieth and one-twelfth and one-thirty-second in Haddington , one-fortieth in Timberland , one-fortieth and one twohundredth in Boultham . In 1346 he also held half a

    Parishes East Barnet

    1727 Charles Lord Binning was living at the manor-house. His son Thomas, who succeeded his grandfather as seventh earl of Haddington in 1735 , 8 is said to have had as a tutor James Thomson the poet, writer of the

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Swithun, Winchester

    previously belonged to the prior and convent, viz. Avington , Berthon Priors, Bransbury , Chilbolton , Crondall , Exton , Haddington , Hanton, ' Littleton ,' Manydown, Millbrook , Moorecourt, Nursling , Silkstead , Sutton , Upsomborne, West Meon ,

    Index A-J

    1297), Ric. (fl. 1338), and his w. Marg., Wm., fam., Habberfield : Edw., Jane, Haddecombe : Isabel, see Roche John, Haddington , see Wembdon Hadley : Eliz., see Cave Jas., fam., Hadworthy , in N. Petherton, cts., man., Haile Selassie

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Henry Fern, Theft, 23/04/1707

    of the Parish of Haddington Labourer , was Indicted for stealing 9 Chickens , the Goods of Samuel Powsey , on the 16th of April last. The Fact being plainly prov'd upon him, the Jury found him Guilty [Whipping. See


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