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  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, January 1729, 01 January 1729-30 January 1729

    power to nominate and appoint clerks and other necessary officers. By these powers they have appointed Charles St. Clair of Hermiston advocate, and Joseph Pringle, Esq. as their clerks, and John Macfarquhar messenger, and beg for them the same allowances

    Index, H, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    to Burghley (19th March 1571 2), 169; same (28th Sept. 1572), 404; same (30th), 407; good service of, 670, 671. Hermiston (Herdneston), Laird of: at the convention, 15th Nov. 1572, 433; (Hirdmestoun), same, 19th, 434. Heron (Heroune), Sir George: Farnyhurst Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, January 1749, 01 January 1749-31 January 1749

    of Andrew Fletcher Lord Milton and Laird of Salton in the Shire of East Lothian, Charles Saint Clair Laird of Hermiston in the Shire of East Lothian , Mr. Archibald Lundie Minister of Salton aforesaid, Sir Alexander Burnett Baronet Land

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Socmicrc DEATH 05 A BnZDSngsseasr,-A melancholy occsssrence has been reported to the Midlothian county police as having taken place at Hermiston, in the narishu w of Currie, on Friday. A young woman named Angnes t Donchi, aouteigtee yers f aeresiding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amanuensis extremely busy. He had about half finished a new novel, which was to be called either " Weir of Hermiston " or "TheLordJustice Clerk." Mr. Stevenson regarded the work as one of his best. THE LATE SIR J. THOMPSON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. B. L. Steven, so, left behind him the enfinished MSS. of two novels. One of there, entitled Weir of Hermiston, or th'n Lord Justice Clerk,' has now been prepared for pbblication and will be brought out shortly by Messr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eohansted. -d ir. T. Fisher ULnwin has acgured toe serial tW'tp l Mr. R. L. Steveison's unpnblish'd nosel \Vfir c Hermiston" for the suim of L1,000. Itis utd&;d that M r. Colvin is of opinio'n that in this novel tOeiM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kfeeter. P~rldse ot Allen Oameron Alerander Gray, marcnene. FortAlllamn Laoule sd HeatIng. fanoy warehouemen, 5, NorthBridge, Edinburgh Scott Johbn.:tbe decssseo,isacmer, Hermiston, -counet of Roburjh L~alle Ad,'-of soiardlehtill,,9, -Eamutondive, (ilargow Dnns eander, d.SC. 5l;-Besnard'treet, IL ith - ; -Tll AFIPAIBS. -OF Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The North American review. Vol.170, no.1., 1900

    place, the "romantic town," was as much his "own" as it ever was the great precursor's whom, in "Weir of Hermiston " as well as elsewhere, he presses so hard; and this even in spite of continual absence-in virtue of Subscribers-only content

    The North American review. Vol.170, no.1., 1900

    to keep up; though when he throws off "The Ebb-Tide" and rises to "Catriona," and then again to "Weir of Hermiston ," as if he could rise to almost anything, we breathe anew and look longingly forward. The latest of Subscribers-only content

    The North American review. Vol.170, no.1., 1900

    no means always, of the highest. Nothing is more interesting than the rich way in which, in "Weir of Hermiston " and "Catriona," the predominant im¬ aginative Scot reasserts himself after gaps and lapses, distrac¬ tions and deflections superficially extreme. Subscribers-only content

    The North American review. Vol.170, no.1., 1900

    and possibilities. It is the "old game," but it is the old game that he exquisitely understands. The figure of Hermiston is creative work of the highest order, those of the two Kirsties, especially that of the elder, scarce less Subscribers-only content

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