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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1537

    and thairfoir ordanis the samyn to be payit within certaine [terme ] of law. 31 January 1536 7. [Supplication of Inverkeithing. ] The quhilk day, in presens of the baillies and counsale sittand in jugement, Marcus Suentoun burges of Innerkething,

    Acts, 1752

    appointment then laid upon them to admit Mr Andrew Richardson as minister at Inverkeithing. The warrant to summon all the members of that Presbytery to meet at Inverkeithing, upon Thursday the 21st of May, for the said admission, and to

    Index, I, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    Dunbar, 454. See Hamilton of Innerwick. Innes , John, of that Ilk: signs "band" against the Regent (27th April), 383. Inverkeithing (Enderkethen): meeting of Lords at, 452. Inverness : Mary's proceedings at (9th Sept. 1562), 651. Irwen (Yrwen), Cristie, of Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1560, 21-30, 22 July 1560-31 July 1560

    to the cause, as much as he is able with his tongue. This day Lord James and Maitland returned from Inverkeithing, where they met with the Lords Athol, Gray, Crawford, and Innermeith, who are all resolved to be at the

    Index, I, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    returning from Flanders, 759. Invasion , threatened (1745), 742. Inventions . See Engines. Inverary (Scotland) , 490, 575, 629, 808. Inverkeithing (co. Fife) , 562. Inverness (Scotland) , 213, 218, 253, 260, 320, 464, 466, 490, 644, 660, 679, 713,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    like the condtict of a liberal manl of scietnce. T'ie motion was negatived withotit a divisiorn-Adjourned. Wednesday, Meay 12. The Inverkeithing Election Committee reported, that tite lion. F. XV. Primrose was duly elected, atid that the Petition was not fiioloeus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Helen's, Lancashire, innkeeper. CERTIFICATES-OciODER o1S. T. Wills, Walsall, draper-R. Balshaw, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, factor-W. Biilsb,,rrow, Kirkdale, Lancashire. inn keeper-B. Vaughan, St Paul's churchyard, wholesale furrier -C. Hall, Hanley, Staffordshire, engraver. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Callom, Inverkeithing, Fifeshire, insurance broker-W. Smith, Glasgow, oictualler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the opposite side. The jury returned a verdict of 1- Temporary insanity." FIRE-The romantic chateau of Lord Elihank, near Inverkeithing, N.B., was totally destroyed by fire on the afternoon of Thursday week. The conflagration was occa. sioned by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    White Lion street, Seven Dials, licensed sictualler-Eleanor Bothans, Speenhamiad, Berkshire, innholder. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. A. Mowat, Glasgow, wholesale tea dealer-W. M'Queen, Inverkeithing Shibtwight. BIRTH. On the 29th ult. the wife of J. E. Chambers, Esq., of 34 Ton- bridge place, New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stteet, Kingaland, licensed SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. W. Stewart, Dundee, mariner-J. Petrie, Dundee, coal merchant -A. M'Laree, Fintry, distiller-J. Ramsay, Crossgates, near Inverkeithing, farmer. BIRTH. On the 24th ult., at Villa Majo, Naples, the lady of Charles C. Black, Esq., of Marlaorough Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAMPBELL, James (1737-1805), of Tuerechan, Argyll.

    Stirling Burghs 1780 22 July 1789 Ofifces Held Provost, Inverkeithing 1777-89. Ofifces Held Ensign 30 Ft. 1755; lt. 60 Ft. 1756; capt. independent co. of ft. 1759; half pay 1763. Biography After his service in America,[footnote]Campbell seems to have lived

    CUNNINGHAM, Henry (c.1677-1736), of Boquhan, Stirling.

    1715-16, 1726-34; commr. for forfeited estates 1716-25; provost, Inverkeithing 1720-d.; gov. Jamaica 1734-d. Biography Cunningham cultivated the interest which his father had gained in Stirling Burghs and built up one at Inverkeithing, buying tenements from the 1st Earl of Rosebery,

    HENDERSON, Sir John, 5th Bt. (1752-1817), of Fordell, Fife.

    11784 Seaford 29 Mar. 1785 13 Mar. 1786 Seaford 26 Apr. 1786 Stirling Burghs 1806 261807 Ofifces Held Provost, Inverkeithing 1791-1807. Biography Henderson represented an ancient Fife family, was a man of some wealth and possessed a good estate and

    HOLBURNE, Francis (1704-71).

    seafaring people.’ At the crucial burgh council elections of Michaelmas 1760, Holburne made unscrupulous use of his position, especially at Inverkeithing, which ‘he looked upon as his natale solium’ and where he stood for provost. He brought in armed press

    CARNEGIE, Sir James, 5th bt (1799-1849), of Kinnaird Castle, Southesk, Forfar

    on the civil list which brought them down, 15 Nov. 1830. The radical rant in support of reform petitions from Inverkeithing and Queensferry, 16 Feb., which was attributed to Carnegie by the Mirror of Parliament (the speech was not noticed

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1753, 9 May 1753

    of Inverkeithing and Kinrofs, to the Town of Perth ; and alfo the Road from the faid Queen's Ferry to the Towns of Dunfermline, 'torryburn, and Culrofs j and alfo the Road from the faid Queen's Ferry, through Inverkeithing, to Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1753, 10 May 1753

    Inverkeithing and Kinrofs, to " the Town of Perth; and alfo the Road from the " faid Queen's Ferry, to the Towns of Dunfermline, " Terry burn, and Culrofs; and alfo the Road from the faid gyeens Ferry, through Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1753, 11 May 1753

    An Aft for re- Roaa, b'u •** pairing the Road from The North £>ueen!s Ferry, " through the Towns of Inverkeithing and Kinrofs, to " the Town of Perth -, and alfo the Road from the faid '• Queen's Ferry Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1753, 11 May 1753

    of Inverkeithing and Kinrofs, to " the Town of Perth; and alfo the Road from the " faid Queen's Ferry to the Towns of Dunfermline, " Torryburn, and Culrofs; and alfo the Road from the " faid.gW?2\r Ferry, through Inverkeithing, Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1757, 7 February 1757

    Aberdeen. Comes Marchmont. Comes Pomfret. Comes Portjmoutb. Comes Hertford. Comes Fauconbergi Vifcount Folkeßone. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Philip Jnfiruther of Inverkeithing, to Marquis of the Appeal of John Marquis of'Tweeddde and His Mi- Tw«daie&a!. jefty's Advocate for Scotland] on Behalf Subscribers-only content

 

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