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  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, October 1773, 01 October 1773-31 October 1773

    (Miller) to the Earl of Suffolk. Giving an account of the business of the western circuit, just finished by Lord Kames and himself. At Glasgow there were several trials of importance; leaders of a gang of highway robbers who had Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1695, 1-15, 01 March 1695-15 March 1695

    him for burglary, viz.: John Chitwood, Thomas Newin, William Day, alias Trooper Will, Thomas May, Richard Tovey, William Lord, John Kames, William Butler, Lawrence Nosel (Nosell), James Larey, Susan Clayton, Christian Carter, Anthony Hancock and Joseph Price. (Money order dated

    Index of names and places, K

    Kains : Alexander, of Radipole, ii. 625, 635. William, of Radipole, ii. 521. Kaly . See Cally. Kames (Camier), Berwickshire, ii. 1146, 1386. Kames (Kamis), Buteshire, ii. 1146, 1387. Kanvigan . See Llanfeigan. Karne . See Hayne. Katchfreach . See

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, November 1749, 01 November 1749-30 November 1749

    the Court of Session, in the Name of James Boyd of Kilmarnock and Callender Esquire, and Mr. Henry Home of Kames Advocate, Mr. William Wallace of Cairnhill Advocate, and Mr Hugh Crawfurd Clerk to the Signet, and Robert Paterson Writer

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    K. Kacherdal (Kocherthall), Joshua de, and family, poor Palatines going to settle in New York, 231; royal bounty for, 336. Kames , rent payable in, 63. Kay , John, tidesman in Lynn port, 360. Keat , William, tidesman at Leith,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cowley

    led from Church Cowley across the marsh and fields to the hospital. Its southern end, now Rymer's Lane, was ' Kames Sheephouse Lane ' in 1605 . The sheephouse was perhaps at the ' Shepherd's Close ' of the inclosure

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wallace; and the so- iphistry against the Poor Laws might lhe found in pamph- lets 150 years old. Mandeville and Kames,. at periods less reinote, divulged shnilar notions, and the effiusions of the latter were the quarry from whichl was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of criticism and belles-letters in the English language, are the productions of ScotCbmen-witness the writings of Blair, Beattie, Campbell, and-Lord Kames. To these I might add a long list of indivi- duals, distinguished by extraordinary talent; but suffice it to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whom Lady E. had been riding. Witness never heard any reports of Prince Schwartzenburg riding with her Ladyship. r ThYmas Kames, butler to Lord Ellenborough, said that Prince Schwartz- enburg never dined at his Lordship's house. Witness never heard any Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conspicuots with others are the names of'Robertson the histourian, Adam Smith, Rid, Blair, Macpherson, llus] tp p'4jer, I I Lord Kames, Horace Walpole, Gibbon, Hind Warhurton. Voltaire, Rousseuin, D'Aleomert, T)r- got, Helvetius, Diderot, Madanim do Dieflfind, Mon, tesquieu, and Franklin. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17th dynasty. I believe this Queen Aah-hotep to be the mother of Amosis, and wife of a certain king named Kames. Among the curiosities in this royal tomb was a barque worked in massive gold, with twelve rowers all in Subscribers-only content

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