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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1690

    reference anent Mr John Anderson there; the processes of Mr William Ali son at Kilbucho, and Mr James Coupar at Humbie; some references of the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale to the Assembly, viz., one anent Dr Canaries, and another

    Index, H, I, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    hard on, 589; ambassadors arrive in Paris to entreat peace for, ib . Hulier , Baltazar: See Chaulnes, Monsieur de. Humbie , Lord of: 452. Hume , Alexander: 139. Mr Alexander: named as Commissioner (21st Aug. 1585), 74; answer of, Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1651, January-March, 01 January 1651-31 March 1651

    to his majestie; as witnes my hand at Anstruther the 17 of January 1651. A. Cuninghame. Letter the lord Angus, Humbie, and sir John Smith, with a note of armes come in at Anstruther, directed thus: To the right honorable

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, March 1738, 1-10, 01 March 1738-10 March 1738

    5th Day of April next. Hepburne's Petition to put off his Cause, rejected. A Petition of James Hepburne Younger, of Humbie , was presented, and read; representing, "That he was unable to bring the proper and necessary Instructions to his

    Acts, 1725

    James Craig at Edinburgh, Samuel Semple at Libberton, Niel M'Vicar at West Kirk, James Smith at Cramond, John Cuming at Humbie, James Hart at Edinburgh, John Wilkie at Strathbrock, Matthew Crawford, Professor of Church History in the College of Edinburgh,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 February 1736, 22 February 1737

    with the ufual Directions, according to the Standing Orders. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of James burne Younger^ of Humbie; complaining of divers terlocutors of the Lords of Sefiion in Scotland, the laft dated the 11 th of this Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1737, 28 March 1737

    Lymington. Vifcount Torrington. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of John Hepburne of Humble Efqulre, to the Appeal of James Hepburne Younger of Humbie, was brought in. The Earl of Oxford reported from the Lords Com¬ mittees to whom the Bill, intituled, " Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1758, 21 February 1758

    reading the Petition and Crofs Appeal of'Charles Conga?toit& Congalton of Congalton Efquire and others, Creditors of!]- »gamft James Hepburn of Humbie; complaining of Part of anciofs." Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the 8th Day of this Subscribers-only content

    6 December 1758, 6 December 1758

    Original Petition and Appeal of John, James, c^'^a Geotge, and Ann Hepburn, lawful Children of Jatnes & al. Hepburn of Humbie, and of Thomas Cockburn Clerk to"*"""'"' the. Signet their Tutor in Litem; complaining of Part of an Interlocutor of Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1812, 13 January 1812

    John Callander; one Hepburn of the Refpondents in a Caufe depending in this Houfe, ^^"^^e to which James Hepburn of Humbie Efquire is Appel- ala. a' lant J fetting forth, " That in the Month of January 8 " 1810 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Posnari, on Steurity of the Ptemill'ct, fa or~ sci tara. To bo vhewrd, prirted Patntinula~s etre bnh~dff Isjle J et Humbie, on the l'remoife6, alfo, or the oto~ F.salt, at 1Iu and of the undlemenmioaod IPrj~terr, of the Newipapetu; ~,lr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter of the late Capt. Greenaway, hship-o0nr1e,. oi Biidlinglon. O . OnThursday. se'rtiight, Mr. Edward Humble, ne- phew to, D:ison Humbie, Xsq. of Skellrook-Park, to Jam, eb. st datIghter, of the late, Mr. William North, 'f.Lradlord.; OndTIIhirsidav sr'nnihrt, at Falvley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Fari- [louse, Blrns Eiyers, Stables, n and other suitable Bluidings, now si tire Onctnati on d of Mr. George Humbie, containing HitA. tOn l'/Pe r 'Ibis Fareu will be Let either together or sn assial d i Far an. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eocok-it otsni OF tsad ful-hnd d ZIAIIEESS 14c,:r3. IEPPE En P :0.X arindsOruNSb An letfonoct. r lof td lalo Aliti Humbie. of No, 0, ljlenhcim.tvIracar0and by the Trttstees -in two other inatittrs, to Sell by Auction, sol choir looniIis u-nsbsove Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : lr. J. Gaurney oil mcrenant, Cumberland-road: Mr. Helworth, clothier, Wellinugon-stieet; Mr. J. H. Hooay.:, . Sheepscar: M'a r. It. Humbie, oil merchant, Waodhoue.ar: Mr I'.i Rt. llimgw~orth, 5 rocer, GMraign-nrnet; Mr. J. Kvlsya' L'and-strcat; 3r. J. Latcrmore, ar.tlerman, Ashwocd-er, Subscribers-only content

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