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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1517

    be tane to the walling of the towne as said is but favouris. 30 June 1517 . Pro domino Thoma Halkerston . Vltimo die mensis Junii, anno Domini J M v c xvii , indictione quinta, pontificatus domini nostri Leonis

    Extracts from the Records, 1584, Jan-Mar

    council, conform to the act of 6th December, feued to Jhonn Bannatyne, skinner, the house on the town wall at Halkerston Wynd foot, "and bark hoillis," for payment of twelve merks yearly. ] 3 January 1583 4. Buriale place, Bellman

    Elizabeth, February 1571, 01 February 1571-28 February 1571

    to assist and favour this bearar, speciallie in all his guid actions that he ressave no wrongis. Like wise James Halkerston worthy therof." 3 pp. Partly in cipher, deciphered. Addressed: "To the richt honorable and his speciall guid freind, the Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1510, 01 September 1510-30 September 1510

    II., 45. (No. 107.) Ep. Reg. Sc., I. 101. 584 . JAMES IV. to LEWIS XII. Requesting licence for George Halkerston, merchant of Edinburgh, to export to Scotland certain silver vessels ( vasa ) which he is getting made at

    Table of contents

    the burgh, [ C.R. Adv. Lib. fol .183. ] 166 1517, June 30. Nortarial instrument on behalf of Sir Thomas Halkerston, of the College Kirk of Crichton, referring to a sale of goods, [ Vincent Strathauchin's Prot, Book, Vol. I.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, ACCIDENTS, &c. UNvWHOLEsomE BEEF.-Those active Marllet Jurors, Air John Crawford, Berry-street; Air. Lowe, Church. lane and MIr Cosgrove, seized on Friday morning ir May's market, the greater part of a hind quarter of un- wholesome beef, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his countenance. " You don't know what ♦smithereens' is? Then I give you up ! " A tenant of Lord Halkerston, who was one of the judges of the Court of Session, waited one day on his lordship with a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scarlatina, Peter, sou of Mr William Ford, dresser, a"e I 14 yeai s. At Kennoway, on the !9th instant, Mr Halkerston MeMnim. merchont, aged 72. At Utterbnra Manse, Newcastle- on-Tyne, en the- 19th tnst the Kev. a. L. Christie. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %\)t Bnvfott Courar ' AND ARGUS. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. 12,612. (ESTABLISHED 1816.) MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1893. f REGISTERED AT THB GENERAL 1 \POST OFFICE AS A NEWSPAPER / Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The prat-afl <tu|. t asttrs of Jhrth ar (Mat - Is sd and «4 tta •_ h it! 1 a*. »-■ «■ Ths chargs fst • asatc. -4 MW' ■ is 2* ad, and «d %m> ~- . • Subscribers-only content

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