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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PRINGLE, John (c.1674-1754), of Haining, Selkirk.

    1707-13 Jan. 1715; one of the keepers of the signet [S] 1711-13; ld. of session, Lord Haining, 1729-d. Biography Pringle, whose father bought Haining for him in 1701, was re-elected in 1715 for Selkirkshire on the interest of his brother-in-law,

    PRINGLE, John (c.1716-92), of Haining, Selkirk and Clifton, Roxburgh.

    (c.1716-92), of Haining, Selkirk and Clifton, Roxburgh. Constituency Dates Selkirkshire 31 June 1765 Mar. 1786 Biography As a youth Pringle went to Madeira, where he made a fortune in the wine trade. When his father died in 1754, leaving his

    PRINGLE, John (1796-1831), of Clifton and Haining, Selkirk.

    of Clifton and Haining, Selkirk. Constituency Dates Linlithgow Burghs 31 May 1819 181820 Ofifces Held Cornet, 7 Hussars 1814, lt. 1816, half-pay 1817-19. Biography Pringle, described as a dandy, had an interest in Selkirk burgh which, in his absence, was

    SCOTT, Robert (?1746-1808), of Blackheath, Kent

    firm of Scott and Pringle of Threadneedle Street, in 1767 he purchased the Crailing estate,[footnote] Roxburghshire, some 15 miles from Haining, the seat of the Pringles. His son, after an extensive ‘English’ education, entered the family business.In 1774 Scott, who

    SCOTT, Walter (1724-93), of Harden, Roxburgh and Mertoun, Berwicks.

    in December 1762 was listed by Fox among those favourable to the peace preliminaries. Closely connected with John Pringle of Haining and Sir Gilbert Elliot, whose ‘county politics were a good deal mingled up’ with his,[footnote] he supported the Grenville

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, July 1601, 01 July 1601-31 July 1601

    ever be at her Majesty's service. I inclose a letter from P[oury ] O[gilvy ] received this day. "From the Haining." Signed: Ro. Carey. p. Holograph. Addressed. Indorsed . 1402. Sir John Carey to Cecil. [July 11. ] That since Subscribers-only content

    General Index, R, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    See Stuart, Charles and James late Dukes of Richmond, and Frances, Duchess of Lenox and Richmond. Riddell , John, of Haining, commission to company of, commissions in Ridley , Dr. Nicholas, late Bishop of London, grant by, mentioned Rieley or Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1671-30 November 1671

    of Cambridge at Duke of. See Stuart, Charles, Duke of Richmond. Rickerby , Robert, letter of Riddell , John, of Haining, master of the King's stud in Scotland, warrant for payment to Rider , Sir William Lady Ridge , Richard, Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, H

    1330, 1365, 1375. Major Hezekiah, ii. 711, 1324, 1330, 1375. John, ii. 1290, 1374, 1438. Robert, i. 974, 978, 1092. Haining in Selkirk (Hanning, Hauning), ii. 1154, 1394. Haire . See Hare. Haisley , Deputy, i. 1146. Hakewill . See

    Index of names and places, R

    , , of Crawford, ii. 33. Ridall . See Riddell. Riddal . See Rydal. Riddell (Ridall, Riddall, Riddle): John, of Haining, ii. 1154, 1394. Sir Thomas, late of Newcastle-uponTyne, Knt., ii. 521. the younger, late of Newcastleupon-Tyne, Knt., ii. 521.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to he Ensign, vice Mac- phiersocO 3rd W~est India Regimeli-Lieut. W. St Leger Angelo to be Capt without purchase, vice Haining, deceased; Ensign W. Roeers to be Lieut. vice Angelo; F. Brydon, Gent. to be Ensign, eishoot purchase, rice Rogers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    livery-stable keeper. Scotch Sequaesratioss.-G. Artilur, Ferry-Port-on-Creig. baker-W. L. Patman, Woedhall Mill, near Edinbartlh, paper manufacturer-'. BSain and Co., Glasgow, boxmnakerx-Wr. Haining, Edinburgh, dealer in railway shares-Isabella Bain or Ellison, Tain, hotel keeper-J. Smitsl, Grange Mlill, near Forfar, farmer P. Stewart, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New Pers, 2; Barking Lodge, 1f ; Dalvey, 9; Amity ball, 2; Happy grove, 19; Bellecastle, 24; Wii- liamsfield, 2; Haining, 6; Dillon, 13; Grange hill, 15; Spring valley, 20; Manchioneal (barracks and fbrt), 54; Darlingford, 14; Sandsbire, 4; Kensington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dir. qu;uwL wiL 'uljry, a uye HIGH GOSFOPTH COURSING MEETING. IrI'TP T TP T A UV THE DRAW.. The GOSFORTHi ST. LEGER, limited to 150 Puppies, at £4. lOs. each. Silver claret jug presented to the winner by an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John W. Walsho Counolllor John Barwvell John Betts Joseph Allen. John Ba ell Wv. H. Rylaud C. W. s.'Deakin John Haining Thomas L. Betto James Thornton Edward D. Wilmot John Goode John White T. J. Fearn John S. NantoR Lutwyche Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    was a common Name, Thomas or Harry; but he was the head Driver of Mr. John Cargill, the Proprietor of Haining Estate. Does it appear that this Evidence was taken before the House of Assembly I have not read the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    - •[ £ni DD> I Burge, • Hilton, Knibb, Linton and Gardner, - Burge, ¦ the Head Driver of the Haining "I -p.. Estate, as to Insurrection, - i UiSaum> • of Slaves and Negroes concerned \ in the Insurrection, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    were the particular Statements they made ?—As far as I recollect, I think that one of the Slaves belonged to Haining, named William Boswell; another Man belonged to Betty's Hope, whose Name I do not recollect, but which will be Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    besides James Lewis say they were to be free?—Nobody, except Adam Bayley, Jacob Tanner and George Affleck, all belonging to Haining Estate. Do you know where they went to pray ?—I saw them pass to go to Bell Castle myself. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    in the Parish of St. Thomas- in-the-East. Rose Garden Weybridge - Agnes Bartlett Sarah Werge - Mulatto River Elmwood - Haining Estate Supposed Value of Slaves Ditto - Trash-houses Spring Valley Estate Presbyterian In-i stitution - J Support of Kirk Subscribers-only content

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