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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1514, 01 January 1514-31 December 1514

    xviii., p. 35. 1050 . Decree of the Senate concerning English Kerse ys. One of the principal foundations of trade all over the world is the kerseys from the west, of which but a very small quantity is brought by

    Extracts from the records, 1644

    on the council. ] 5 October 1644. Beir, Capitan Kerse . Ordains eight tun of beir to be presentlie furneised be the toune for outreiking of that schip wherof Capitan Kerse is capitan, conforme to the act of the committie

    LXXIV, Act of Parliament entitled 'Annexation of the Temporalities of Benefices to the Crown' (1587)

    lordschip of Altrie, the landis and baronies of Newbotle, with the vtheris landis annext thereto, the baronies of Brochtoun and Kerse, the burgh of the Cannogait, and ane pairt of the toun of Leyth, the baronie of Alhammer, also callit

    Extracts from the records, 1645

    Whelpe . Ordains the thesaurer to have ane warrand for the soume of sextein punds debursit be him to Capitane Kerse for ane parte of th e payment of the outreik of the Eight Whelpe. Hammermen againes Smithe and others

    Index, J, K, 01 May 1590-31 December 1590

    of, on the Rhine, statement of pay of garrison of, 328; held for King of Spain, 438 (2). See Carpen. Kerse or Cars . See Menteith. Kerton , , married to Cobham's niece, takes letter to Walsingham, 87, 101. Kethulle

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 July 1784, 2 July 1784

    until all their Resources are gone ; with the Petitioner, who was under the Necessity of Sir Thomas Dundas, of Kerse, one of the greatest Pro- recalling his Officers and People (after cutting away Prietors, has been most benevolent; there Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1790, 1 December 1790

    Representative to serve in Parliament for the said County, Sir Alexander Campbell, of Ardkinlass, Baronet, and Sir Thomas Dundas, of Kerse, Baronet, were the only Candidates, and the said Sir Thomas Dundas was declared duly elected, and was returned, although Subscribers-only content

    8 December 1790, 8 December 1790

    Meason, Esquire, of Rothiesholm, Captain Petition ~o{ Alexander Graeme, of Greenitall, Malcolm Laing, Esquire, Freeholders. Advocate, Sir Thomas Dundas, of Kerse, Baronet, and of Charles Dundas, Esquire, being Freeholders of the Stewartry of Orkney and Zetland, was delivered in at Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1791, 21 March 1791

    Gilbert Meason, Esquire, of Ro- ihiesholm, Captain Alexander Gratme, of Greenwall, Mal¬ colm Laing, Esquire, Advocate, Sir Thomas Dundas, of Kerse, Baronet, and of Charles Dundas, Esquire, being Freeholders of the Stewartry of Orkney and Zetland, severally complaining of an Subscribers-only content

    12 April 1791, 12 April 1791

    Signet, Gilbert Meason, Esquire, of Rothiesholm, Cap¬ tain Alexander Gr<zme, of Greenwatt, Malcolm Laing, Esquire, Advocate, Sir Thomas Dundas, of Kerse, Baro¬ net, and of Charles Dundas, Esquire, being Freeholders of the Stewartry of Orkney and Zetland, severally com¬ plaining Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the perpetual congelation arises from the evaporation on the surface; but in the method pursued at Lord Dlundas's, of Kerse, air is effectually ex- cluded, and by means of shade and thatch, and volume of ice, a pe- culiar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ATTIONAL, COGNAC 1RTANDYzY NTbe unprecedented success of this Brandy will prove an adr..vantot crrtbo Public against the searcdty created by the failure of the inPrte i'oe gr n rs ithe price of Foreign Brandy, as is possesses -intg tbencal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trust Company, Limited), J. Bladeriach Nicolsonl, Esq_. of Glenherrir. Foedoun, NBR. (Director VDof tIlse Cadedonian Railsat' Coompenyl). a9, AeadeMeet qofthiuiyfmidleton Kerse by Men- aS. ei il e. ~'.C,2,lrdrPtet Edinburgh. I (corsj Waker Rt1. Potithe, Kecrdtsechmrg. sod Ianmi f~oveyeAbrdcn, ircto o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    100 added, for two-year. old colts 8St 10]b fillies and gedg 86b;wiertbesl isfor 100 cove. TVc.C edng aSb wiertbecl so Kerse, by Strathcorean...Neeklace, Sat Sib ....Dell I Petch colt, set 101b............. A. Wood 2 ,Resonance, Set Sib ...............Fagan 3 Exchequer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other feature of the four days' sport in the north was the form shown by Lord Zetland's coeses, Mrs. Candour, Kerse, and Thrintoft each scorineg twice. The First Spring, at Newnmarkiet, wvill of course bse the principal meeting of the Subscribers-only content

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