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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 May 1806, 30 May 1806

    confolidating feveral A£ts, fo far as the fame " relate to the Road from Renfrew to Greenock, and " from Kilbarchan to Inchinnan Bridge, in the County " of Renfrew ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1806, 2 June 1806

    confolidating feveral Acts, fo f: far as the fame relate to the Road from Renfrew to " Greenock, and from Kilbarchan to Inchinnan Bridge, " in the County of Renfrew." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1806, 11 June 1806

    feveral " Afts, fo far as the fame relate to the Road from Ren- " frew to Greenock, and from Kilbarchan to Inchinnan " Bridge, in the County of Renfrew" was committed. Upon reading the Petition of the Warden and Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1806, 12 June 1806

    confolidating feveral Acts fo " far as the fame relate to the Road from Renfrew to " Greenock, and from Kilbarchan to Inchinnan Bridge, in " the County of Renfrew." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1806, 13 June 1806

    confolidating feveral Acts, fo far as the fame " relate to the Road from Renfrew to Greenock, and " from Kilbarchan to Inchinnan Bridge, in the County " of Renfrew." " An Aft for vefting certain Eftates, " devifed by Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 March 1675-28 February 1676

    and Thomas, affidavits of, mentioned Leichland and Over-Leichland , lands of, and other lands in the parochines of Paisley and Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire, warrant for charter of Leigh , Richard, M.P., memorandum of letter to Robert, letters of letters to warrant Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Schottis. Cambusnethen. Dalzell. Strathaven. Hamilton. Dalserfe. Glassuird. Cambuslang. Carmanoch. Torrence. Blantyre. Kilbryde. Rutherglen. Cathcart. Givein. Campsie. Lunchie. Monyabroche. Paislay. Neiles. Kilbarchan. Eistwood. Mernes. Ranfrow. Incheinnan. Erskin. Egilsham. Lochquinnoch. Houstoun. Kilmacolme. Killellane. Enderkip. Dumbartan. Caldros. Bulill. Lows. Kilmahew. Rosnethe. Killerne. Fintrie.

    Acts, 1740

    elders. From the Presbytery of Paisley, Mr Robert Mitchell at Paisley, Mr William Pollock at Kilellan, Mr John Warner at Kilbarchan, ministers; Sir John Maxwell of Pollock, Baronet, and from the burgh of Renfrew, Archibald Campbell of Elderslie, ruling elders.

    Acts, 1834

    elders. From the Burgh of Irvine, Captain John Brooks of Knockewart. From the Presbytery of Paisley, Mr Robert Douglas at Kilbarchan, Dr Andrew Stewart at Erskine, Mr Alexander Fleming at Neilston, ministers; John Shaw Stewart, Esq., Advocate, Dr John Speirs,

    Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 January 1714-30 July 1714

    14, 145. -, -, tidesman, 312. Crabb , , trial of, 493. Craggs , James, 124, 126, 359. Craigends [in Kilbarchan ] , Scotland, 92. Crail , Scotland, 171. Cranburne , , 179. Craster , co. Northumberland, 78. Crawford ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16 fatal; Hertford, 3 fatal; Reading, 4 fatal; Edinburgh, 2, 1 fatal; Glasgow, for 7th and 8th, 81S, 109 fatal; Kilbarchan, 1 fatal; Rothosay, from 2nd inst., I3, 4 fatal ; Holytown, Bothwell, from 23rd ult., 11, 7 fatal. Total Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Howden Union Workhouse, 1 East Reedham, Norfolk, 5, 1 fatal; York Union Workhouse, 2 fatal; Wark-Glendall Union, 4, 3 fatal; Kilbarchan, 6 fatal; New Afilnes and Loudon, 11, 10 fatal; Haddington, from 6th, 30, 15 fatal; Gal- ston, from 14th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the following places: Kelso, Selkirk, Dumbarton, Aberdeen, Greenock, Lanark, Johustone, Hamilton, Paisley, Pollokshaws, Blantyre, Dundee, Binirgowrie, Iiaddington, Stewarton, Renfrew, Kilbarchan, Girvan, Darvel, Crieff, Vale of Leven, Cove, Port Glasgow, and Glasg5 Baillie H~ay, of Dundee, wras called onl to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7resent delegates from Kelso, Selkirk, Dumbarton, Aber. deon, Greenock, Lanark, Johnstone, Hamilton, Paisley, Pollokshanvs, Blantyre, Dundee, Blairgowrie, Haddington, Stowarton, Renfrew, Kilbarchan, Girvan, Darvol Crillf, Valo o' Leven, Cove, Galston, Bleaton, Bonhill, Port- Glasgow, and Glasgow. Bnilie lHny, of Dundee, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MDS BO)ROUGH SESSIONS.-NOTICE is r reby gh.,:, that the next GENERAL QUARTER SES- the I'eso for the borough of Leeds, in the county of T -, eit to' l;%n before TnOiMAt F5LOWER E5LldS, Eseq., Recorder Jr said tersr'w, ,at Subscribers-only content

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