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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1577, Jul-Sept

    1577. Villa, Harlaw Wod. The provest, baillies, and counsall ordanis Andrew Sklater, Robert Kar, Alexander Guthre, the morn to pas to my Lord Regentis Grace for the ordour to be taikin concerning the army ordanit to convene at Harlaw Wod;

    Extracts from the Records, 1577, Oct-Dec

    Extent, Harlaw Wod. The provest, baillies, and counsall ordanis ane extent of ane thowsand pundis to be lifted amangis the nychtbouris, to be gevin to the Regentis Grace for licence to remane fra the army ordanit to ryde to Harlaw

    Extracts from the Records, 1569, July-December

    being remouit and raenterit thai gaif in ane new tikket out of the quhilk was chosin James Norwell and William Harlaw, saidler, counsallouris for the said yeir tocum. 7 October 1569 . Personis excommunicat . The baillies and counsale ordanis

    Elizabeth, November 1576, 01 November 1576-30 November 1576

    by justice, "quhilk makis even now the gretar nomber of outlawes, that withdrawing them from there obedience passes to the Harlaw woddes," and therefore without all doubt may do great mischief, and hardly be "persewit" and brought to obedience, and Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1516

    Symesoun Williame Fouler William Clerk Johne Marioribankis Mr Alexr. Borthuik The Captane of the Castle Williame Lokkart Jhone Mudy Alexr. Harlaw Walter Chepman Jhone Adamesoun Williame Adamesoun Jhone Watsoun James Jhonestoun Jhone Glen James Prestoun Jhone Home Thomas Ramsay Andro

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poems were written upon this battle. Scottish schoolboys of the next generation took Bides and played at the Battle of. Harlaw.. There still terrains an old poem upon this battle of 240 lines, such: as Gude Sir Alexander Iing, . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEHWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR TEE PRINCE OF WALES'S PLATE. et lb et lb Acme _ - 9 9 Harlaw - 6 7 Gsline . . . a 8 Belisarius IL - .. 6 6 Shilleltgh. .. 8 }- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grave about eighty-five yards west-nbrth-west. I Both places are abont aci old Scotch' mile from the battle- I 'field of Harlaw, 'the graves hearing about west and by Z -nortlihfron the field.-' Barffshij'e Jolrowal. t -A.VOICE FoTM vT VAT ACN.-Thb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cock trade; elso. J seoveral Lade.-iaok of 20, Upper Windsor Strect, c2225 W ANTED, a Lacquerer, for the Bedstead work.-Apply, Harlaw a and Co., St, Stanifortk Street e t2.2 55 yOUTH Wanted, to Turn and Ecrow Chandeler Work.-Apply Y bao Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Duke of Burgundy, was appointed Lord Warden of the Marches, and commanded the Royal army at the battle of Harlaw, against the Lord of the Isles, in 1411. At his death the earldoin reverted to the Crownl, and was Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 April 1802, 15 April 1802

    of the Governors of the Merchant Maiden Hofpital of the City of Edinburgh, and others, to the Appeal of John Harlaw and others. After hearing Counfel fully in the Caufe, wherein Meffieurs George Lothian and others are Appellants, and Meffieurs Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1802, 26 April 1802

    vacant Day for Caufes after thofe already appointed. Harlaw et al. The Houfe being Moved, " That a Day may be ap- againft Go- »c pointed for hearing the Caufe, wherein John Harlaw, yfrn°LS °t " and others, are Appellants, Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1802, 19 May 1802

    Minifter of the Parifh of Peterhead, one of the Refpondents to an Appeal depending in this Houfe, to which John Harlaw and others are Appel¬ lants, which ftands appointed for Hearing ; fetting forth, " That by the unfortunate Difpute Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1802, 10 June 1802

    of the Parifh of Peterhead, and another, Refpondents in a againft He». Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which John Harlaw tors of Peter. and others are Appellants; fetting forth, " That the head" " Cafes for the Parties in Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1802, 12 June 1802

    in Prefs 39. Line 3." And the faid Amendment, being read a Second Time, was agreed to by the Houfe. Harlaw et al. it ^^ moved, " That the Petition of the Heritors of agamft Heri- « h Parifli of Subscribers-only content

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