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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, February 1566, 01 February 1566-28 February 1566

    a coward, leaving his master to be slain then, while serving the Laird of Keir, "dyd dyshoneste" his wife, who gave up her inheritance to Keir, to follow Bischop. 2. For supposed service to Lennox, Henry VIII. gave him his Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, May 1583, 21-25, 21 May 1583-25 May 1583

    got knowledge of d'Aubigny seeking the Queen's favour, which Keir would have me believe he desire d should take place, 'showing' he has therefore persuaded d'Aubigny to take that course. Moreover, Keir has with many words excused himself to me,

    Index, K, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    Index K Keire (Keire, & c.), Mr Henry: at Lennox's pleasure (1st June 1582), 129; (Keir) Prior of Pluscarden hears from, 147; (Keir) mentioned, 171; (Mr Ker) put in Colvile's place, 173; despatched to satisfy Argyll and Montrose (18th Feb. Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 January 1697-31 December 1698

    , John, 857, 868. Keir , John, p. 197, p. 338. - deposition of, 660 II. Kelly , , 269, 357, 1028, 1028 IV., VI. Kennebec River , 82, 922, 922 I., III., 948, 986, 988 X., XI. Kennebec Indians

    Treasury Warrants, August 1718, 26-31, 26 August 1718-31 August 1718

    Lilias Colquhoun, Lady Dowager of Keir, the King hereby grants to the said Mareon Stewart during the natural life of the said James Stirling and of the said Dame Lilias Colquhoun the mansion house of Keir and an annuity of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Offlow hundred West Bromwich - Introduction West Bromwich and Smethwick area, c . 1775 (scale about 1 inch to 1 mile)

    two superintendents, or bishops, of the newly formed Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States of America . 54 James Keir ( 1735-1820 ), chemist and industrialist, settled in the Midlands after serving in the army during the Seven Years

    Smethwick Other estates Lightwoods House

    an ornamental feature. 81 Moilliet lived at Smethwick Grove until 1826. In 1801 he had married Amelia Keir , daughter of James Keir of West Bromwich , the chemist and industrialist, and the Moilliets were thus brought into contact with

    Political and Administrative History Political History to 1832

    the Bastille attracted 90 reformers and sympathizers with the French Revolution, drawn from all sects. 54 The chairman, Captain James Keir , a manufacturing chemist from West Bromwich , was an Anglican. 55 Priestley had, after some hesitation, decided not

    Index A - K

    D., architect, 245 Joynson Bros ., architects, 245 Justice , Humph., 18 Keeling , Mrs., 100 Keen , Arthur, 113 Keir : Amelia, m. J. L. Moilliet, 105 Jas., 4, 104 n Kendall , Edw., 33 Kennedy , Geo., 102-3

    Index A - K

    , (?) Hampstede croft, in Ilford , 190 Hanchett , Jn., 161; Thos., 161 Hankey , Thomson, 273 Hardie , Keir , 61 Hardy , Sam., 231 Hare , Hugh, 204; Jn. (fl. 1598), 105; Jn. (fl. 1604), 204 Hargreaves

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar " Yr Ymliercdr.!ctili.' -ae yn b- n- mhydcdcdlwyd ein Cymdeitmaa twy _ lc r dIlel inl 0 feibon hlafter Keir 7;ardic. yr le" al adslsldot anerchiad ar " Socizalisnil gin; Conf~iolaiallslm9 Yr oed dlyddordeb nciliduolyn ij' I1 e nel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn vsgrifall.ili ion v bJa i(l. O'r ad- o:ul (Cvmnreig newowvddion yr ncdd yV In esonol Syr (botirge Newnes. AMri Keir I-lardic, .J. Aeron Tio- A:l... Osniond Williais, ac Alfred Davios. ifysbysir fod y Cvi'visteddfod -weitiliol yn LiV2-s p1 s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his thanks to the Sroops and officers er- gaped thereim . Tlier next is a report From Mfajor-General Sir Win. Keir, dated January lOch,. stating that he had been de- tached in wur-uit of a Pindlarry Chief, wIlo was enc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N VYVL ISTELLIGE CE. TRIAL OF LORD GAMBIrIt. j PfORTS.3OUTHB.-P1F3t DAr, YUY 31, IS09. The Court having ordered the witnesses to withdirar, Lord Cuchrane observed, that it was not the custom of Courts Mol;r- shal to exclude wilnesses duriu.g Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oor Irontier, auth part of theni are actirally expected i flengel or Buirdelkeod. Our cavalry fored is rinder Sir WVn. Keir, ..horm you may know. On the fall of Gen. Gillespie, he oras plitcEd in one of the two King's Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 June 1717, 24 June 1717

    Southejke, James late Lord " Drummond, the late Sir Hugh Paterfon of Bannock- *' burn, and James Sterling late of Keir 5" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Hodie 3a vice kcla eft Billa, intituled, " An Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1717, 25 June 1717

    a Geo. Epus. Exon. Journals of /& Houfe o/" Lords. Oxfor<l anded. rfjourjv byEr. Grey, Comes Dorfet. Ds. Boyle. Comes Salifbury. Ds. /jfrjy. Comes Bridge-water. Ds. Montjoy. Comes Northampton. Ds. Manfel. Comes Wefimorland. Ds. Middkton. Comes Manchefter. Comes Stamford. Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1717, 28 June 1717

    17. Journals of we Hoiife of Lords. 5*9 to & Then, a'Mefiage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. Fellowes and Mr. Melkr : To acquaint them, that the Lords do defire a prefent Conference, in the Subscribers-only content

    3 July 1717, 3 July 1717

    Geo. Journals of the Houfe of Lords; 527 Comes Carnarvon. Comes Briflol. Vifcount Hereford. Vifcount Say & Seal. Vifcount Townfoend. Vifcount Lonfdale. Vifcount Tadcafter. Vifcount St. John. PRAYERS. To carry down the faid Bill, and defire their Con¬ currence Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1717, 6 July 1717

    534 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A " Efquire, deceafed, and Maurice Cujfe Efquire, and the E. Play. " Heirs of the faid Jofeph Kelly, of certain Lands and E. Dartmouth. " Tithes, in the Counties of Down Subscribers-only content


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