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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, I, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    : Sir James; 302. letters of; 75, 77. Halhill See Hallhill. Haliday , Mr.; 155. Haling , co. Surr.; 208. Halkerstoun . See Haggerston. Hall , Thomas, ship of; 391. Hallhill (Hathill), letters dated; 288, 322, 409. Hallyards (Halyard, Halyardes,

    Index, B

    716 (26). Baker , Captain John, 514 (4), 537 (3), 851 (4). Balfour , , 919. Balnaves , Henry, of Hallhill, 434 (1), 711 (4), 919, 1034 (5). Bamborough , Sir Thomas, 514 (4), 537 (2). Bannatyne , Sir John,

    Index, M

    413, 446 (12), 455 (1), 480, 502 (1, 2), 553 (2), 1031 (1, 2, 6). Melville , Sir James, of Hallhill, letter from, 328. -, -, 889 (4), 988 (3). -, Robert, 635. Melving , Mr., 700 (2). Melvyn ,

    Index, H, I

    Ham. Haliburton , James, Provost of Dundee, 479 note . -, John, of Murrayslaw, 807 (8). Haliday , Adam, 709. Hallhill , the Laird of, see Balnaves, Henry; Melville, Sir James. Hallyden , 1001. Ham , 832 (10). Hamas ,

    Simancas, October 1568, 01 October 1568-31 October 1568

    for Murray, himself, Morton, the bishop of Orkney, Pitcairn, Commendador of Dunfermling, and Lord Lindsay. Magill of Rankeilor, Balnaves of Hallhill, Maitland of Lethington, and George Buchanan were appointed to attend them as assistants. Sir William Drury, marshal of Berwick.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alstonefield Fawfieldhead

    and was probably built for the Wardle family, the occupiers in the 1640s . 57 Hallhill existed by 1406 , and Bank House, west of Hallhill , existed as Audley Bothesley in the later 1430s. 58 Until the earlier 19th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two-year-olds, belonging to Lord Arbuthnott, brought £17 per head ; two lots belonging to Mr Murray, Shepherdshaugh, and Mr Gordon, Hallhill, brought about £12. A lot of good three- yerfr-olds, belonging to Mr Reith, Powburn. brought nearly ,£l4. Some fine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBj-jC WOTIOES. NOTICE. AW Persons having unsettled CLAIMS against ' h- late Mrs MARJORY R-ttrat or Tulloch, Hat f,.tim-r Dundee, are requested to lodge the same "*il i \V THOMSON. Writer, Dundee, the Agent for her tors, within Fourteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JJSSPAICH AXD ; ARKIVAL OP ?S S COLONIAL MAILS AT DUNDEB. Gbnkbal Post (>ffick,.Vo». ». nA * iLS - Despatch. |DU Australia A Xew Zealand .i_ ) Southampton, ( - Dec. 10 • > p.uPk. ' Do. do.. »,,_, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ifk farier frjrps. FRIDAY, APRIL lti, 188 G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FORFARSHIRE BUILDING SOCIETY. The thirty-fifth annual general meeting ci the f orfanhire Building Society was bald ia the office •f the secretaries, Messrs D. S. k T. Littlejohn, 27 Bank Street, Duudee, last night- Ms Join Ander- son in Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1720, 16 February 1721

    the Ufes and Trufts in the faid James " Clavering's Marriage Settlement; and to fettle his " Eft ate at Hallhill, in the faid County, to the fame " Ufes." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Coiifideration Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1720, 6 March 1721

    from the Ufes and Trufts in the faid James " Clavering's Marriage Settlement; and to fettle his " Eftate at Hallhill, in the faid County, to the fame •' Ufes," was committed: " That they had confidered " of the Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1721, 31 March 1721

    " the Ufes and Trufts in the faid James Clavering's " Marriage Settlement; and to fettle his Eftate at " Hallhill, in the faid County, to the fame Ufes;" and to acquaint this Houfe, that they have agreed to the Subscribers-only content

    17 January 1832, 17 January 1832

    of Abjuration, pursuant to the Statutes. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Miller Miller et al. Esquire, of Hallhill, One of the Heritors of the Parish v. Orr & of Glassford, The Reverend Patrick M'Beth, Minister of BooS: Subscribers-only content

    Small debt courts, Scotland. Returns from justice of peace clerks, Scotland, showing the names of counties and places where small debt courts have been held, &c., 1839

    - "William Hamilton and James Henderson, ut sup., James Granger, of Netherfield, John Urquhart, of Fairhill, & Jno. Miller, of Hallhill. - -James Stewart, of Carfin, Major David Ogil- vie Stewart, of Chantinghall, and William Ha¬ milton, and James Henderson. Subscribers-only content

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