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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1710

    an. which her Majesty is pleased to allow me from Midsummer last. Ibid . Nov. 25. Mr. John Ker of Kersland, 100 l . as royal bounty. Ibid . Dec. 8. John Macknay, 163 l . 13 s . 4

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1709

    in that behalf is to be paid to him without any charge. Ibid . Feb. 19. [John ] Ker of Kersland, 300 l . in satisfaction of so much expended for her Majesty ' s special service and pursuant to

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1711

    for 1711 June 24 quarter ( signs : the mark of Edward Williams). Ibid . July 23. John Ker of Kersland, 100 l . as of her Majesty ' s bounty. Ibid . July 25. William Cotesworth, Esq., 125 l

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1710

    to equip me for her Majesty ' s service in Spain. Ibid ., p. 299. March 23. John Ker of Kersland, 500 l . which (with the sums I have formerly received out of her Majesty ' s Secret Service

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1707

    bounty. Ibid . Nov. 15. Thomas Cornwallis, 50 l . as same. Ibid ., p. 224. [John ] Ker of Kersland, 700 l . in satisfaction of so much expended by her Majesty ' s command and for her Majesty

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dy ............"t a, Mr Strevenson jun's Crosabuxn Sy ..................I'rieit5z a Mr .&ncdewa's H3unlieg Box S,. ..... .PiU ADDITIONZAL ARRLIVALS. Adelna Kersland Sohanzee rinherv Lamirneninulei Saturdrry Boaster Less-e undoficald Sevi~lanas Crosabyuro Mintstatl Saamer colt Dandy Fyftb Mfelito bg Four Oaks Meteor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. I Efard Rev: C: Lacy, Rector of Allhallows, Loudon-wall Mr Rev. J. WV. Watson, Kennington Rel Rev. W`. 3. Kersland, Dublin Dr. Rev. T. W. Harrison, Compton Dundon, Somerset Ain Rev. C. T. Spring, East Claydon. Bucks Mr Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sAndereon, enainuers and edge 'tools makers, Bornside ltobert Ka H~innousno0n~t, mierchcant, iarrjgowles Eastern-road, J. alln" J' Oliphant, cealmasters andltme buruesr, Kersland Colliery, Dlslry, Avrrhire ThonI'Las Ni(sall, Jun., Ironenonger, Dundpo Christ-n, Veielt, and Co., merchants ,ad commissioa agents, Leith Tji HIAWES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l %anit <ld; s 0 ail' ,!re ivduc free railway ticket; relit. £&.-iieudeea aa High 8'reet, Relfam'. ' . fANGt}R (Kersland Terra s. -Supeior flael o u agAtouse to I:e Let or f Id : sveag:e: . thrq sitting, eight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    says the writer, le- and not merely how it ought to be done. Wve Mr. Lang writes about "Ear of Kersland, C4meronian rig Jacobite, and Spy," and there are articles on Dr. Posey, tho Eglinton tournament and the story of Subscribers-only content

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