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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 May 1776, 21 May 1776

    by the former Meffengers : To acquaint them therewith. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Arthur Bail- lie of Kilbride, in the County of Car low y in the King¬ dom of Ireland, Efquire, complaining of an Order -of Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1778, 31 March 1778

    fay, " He would " give Directions accordingly." Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Arthur BaUlie againft Baillie of Kilbride, in the County of Carlow, in the ChaisneaUl Kingdom of Ireland Efquire, complaining of Three Or¬ ders of the Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1779, 12 February 1779

    Bailee .v TA • n n ¦ a i •- r n r upon the Appeal of Arthur Bailiie of Kilbride in the Adjourn. Dommus CanceUarms declaravit prasfens Parhamen, J^,,^,«f rwL, Jn ** K"Jn^om nf T~U»J Ffn,,,v.. turn contmuandum eile Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1815, 11 May 1815

    The faid Bill was read the Firft Time. Ordered, That the faid Bill be printed. of the Parifh of Eqfi Kilbride, Lanark/hire, whofe Names bride- are thereunto fubfcribed, feverally praying their Lord¬ fhips to repeal the Adt lately parted for Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1824, 24 March 1824

    crevan otherwise Glenarm, in the said County of Antrim ; The Reverend George M'Doxvell Johnston Clerk, Vicar of Donegore and Kilbride, in the said County of Antrim ; The Reverend Robert Mullins Mant Clerk, Vicar of Billy, in the said Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    XCV , Charter of Archbishop concerning duties and customs of the Trone of the Burgh (1614)

    Johne Blakburn, Cardross; W. Wheitfurd, Moffett; Mr J. Campbell, Luss; Mr James Cuninghame, Cumnok; Mr A. Birsbane, Erskyne; David Sharpe, Kilbride; J. Hay, Ranfrow; Mr W. Birnie; Mr R. Bannatyne, Carnuathe. Andro Hay, witnes: James Fischer, witnes. [Translation ] To

    Cecil Papers, 1563, 01 January 1563-31 December 1563

    of Henry the Eighth. Terms of agreement proposed, which will leave in the Queen's hands the villages adjoining together of Kilbride and the Nanger to be given to Bath and his heirs. Bath prays for the reversion from the Queen,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 28 June 1831, 28 June 1831-28 June 1831

    please. Tweddal & Goudie v. Fleming: Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Jane Tweddal , sometime residing i n Kilbride , with the special Advice and Consent of Adam Goudie , Tailor in Calton of Glasgow , her Husband;

    Acts, 1729

    place of meeting be at Arros in Mull; and the parishes of Lismore and Appin, Ardchattan and Muckairn, Kilmore and Kilbride, Kilbrandon and Kilchattan, Kilninver and Kilmelfort, part of the old Presbytery of Lorn, with the parishes of Kilchrennan and

    Acts, 1712

    Roseneath, Mr Daniel M'Gilchrist at Luss, Mr Alexander Fraser at Croy, Mr Dugald Steuart at Rothesay, Mr Daniel M'Lean at Kilbride, and Mr Duncan Campbell at Kilchrennan, ministers, to join with the said Presbytery of Lorn, for the ends above

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fesur pur wabanol ymhob ystyr. Y cyntaf ypoedd yr an ynglyn a chwestiwn y tir yn Iwerddon y cynygia Mr. Kilbride ei ail ddarlleniad. Ei amcan ydoedd rhoddi hawl i gymeryd i ystyriaeth y gwelliantan a wnaeth y tenant yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was committed from feelings of revenige, as Mr Wogan bad recently declieed to sig a ,peititon ink favour of ope Kilbride, who was unider sentence of transportation for robbing Dountybrook church.-A letter froim Dublit says, " The Rev. Mr Wogan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst. Francis Wilkinson, in the It5th year of his age, after having spent a laborious hat most temperate life. At Kilbride, Perthshire, oh the 8th inst. Mr James Robertson, in the 95th year of his age. Mr Robertson's grandfather and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which were with the greatest difficulty extracted. SUDDEN DEATH.-On Monday last Mr Haig, distiller at Locbrin, while recreating himself at Kilbride, above Denblane, and while in the act of firing at some birds, fell down and expired.-Edinburgk paper. MURDER OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been secured and sifele ensconeed in ourcountyprison(chargedwith swearing in Ribbonoten) by two ofthe repeal wardens of the parish of Kilbride 'Ihus has the voice of the father of his country been iieird andattendedto. Thecirctinstancesunderwhiili this ruftiin vwas entrapped are Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Condensed time tables: summer arrangements for May, June, and July, 1844., 1844

    at 6 a.m. and a quarter to 1 p.m. STONEHAVEN, at 6 a.m hTONEHOUSE, at4p.m STRATHAVEN, at 4p m., via Kilbride , at 5and half- past 5p.m. .- STRATHBLANE, at 4 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, SHETTLESTON, at a Subscribers-only content

    Plums from the report of the Parnell Commission., 1890

    Henry Campbell . Patrick J. Foley . Matthew Harris . David Sheehy . John Stack . Edward Harrington . Denis Kilbride . Jeremiah D. Sheehan . James Leahy . Patrick A. Chance . Thomas Quinn . Dr. Joseph Francis Fox Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    imprisonment, by perfectly unavailing but exasperating resistence. At length, hungering for still greater notoriety, along with an evicted tenant named Kilbride , who could afford to keep race horses and hunters and maintai n the state and appearance of a Subscribers-only content

    The Recess Series, 1887-8., 1888

    Prorogated. Arrival of English Home Rulers in Limerick . Total Suppression of the League in Clare and other parts. Denis Kilbride returned unopposed for South Kerry . English Home Rulers in Cork . „ 22 Riots at Captain Hill ' Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    Branch.- January 2, 1887 .7 Mr. Thomas Breene, D.V.P., in the Chair:- Mr. Kilbride .- ' To supplement what Mr. Hughes has said, I may state that this farm fell into arrears in consequence of a rack- rent. Every such Subscribers-only content


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