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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1630

    Blakfreir stipell. 24 July 1630. Colquhoun . The bailyeis and counsell hes gevin libertie and licens to John Colquhoun of Kenmuir to won alsmony lymstanes in the lyme craig at the Channown mos as he can with ane mell quhill

    Extracts from the records, 1649

    Schettilstoune, Sandihills, Nether Newtowne, Over Newtoun, Stabcorse, Cowcaddens, Litle Cowcaddens, Woodsyd, Garroche, Gairbraid, Lambhill, Ruchehill, Keppoche, Nether Possill, Over Possill, Kenmuir, Cautstoun, Kendihill, Haghill, Over Carntyne, Nether Carntyne, Eister and Wester Craigs, Kelveinehauche, Drummoder, Proveistis Hauche, with all and sundrie

    Treasury Books and Papers, April 1734, 04 April 1734-30 April 1734

    Treasury Books and Papers April 1734 April 1734 April 4. 48 . J. Scrope to the Attorney General, transmitting for report a memorial from the bailiff, & c. of New Radnor, complaining of John Price, attorney-at-law, deputy steward 10

    Index, K, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    : the time could nowise serve for Mary's repair to (16th Aug. 1572), 380; Leicester's letter from, 628; Elizabeth's, 710. Kenmuir , the: 504. Kennedy , Archibald: son of, proposed as a hostage, 529. Ker , Andrew, of Fawdounsyde: Captain Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the people. Orders were immediatcly dis- , of patched for the execution of the Earls of Nitlisdlale, leee Derwenrsvater,'and Viscount Kenmuir inrmediately, on- but the former made his escape from the Tower. IVi atever may be the opiniosn entertained of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He i locked. clever-, lie look-ed refined, he looked t'eri~r Tn nrmz men bowedt no eac-h ether, an.d tLhen Dr. Kenmuir said: I most askr You, Lord Clevaedon, to excusse the late- new~ of the hour at which I am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GODFREY, LORD 'CLEV'EDO'S A of~'NtL0 t the A~etna]. e BY "R.OY TELLE:T," .Author of '"The Outcasts," "A L Draught f d Let-la," ,"Poster and Prelate," &o. SPIIHARy 05' OPENINSGS CHAPT:RRS Godfrey L~ord Clevedonl i3 s ayaoug nobleman of fdoe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Yes, mother." "May vwe presume to inquire who he is?" asked lady Levarty archly. " Certainly; it is Dr. Kenmuir.' "Surely, not the Dr. Kennmuir? asked the Do)wager i aston:ishment. "I believe he is the best known of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not oenscious; '.1 know you, and I know I canlt trust you.,, " You can certainly tisut me," said eDr. Kenmuir. "As to my sagwaity, that is another matter," "I shall be glad to havse the benefit of it in Subscribers-only content

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