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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1561, Jan-June

    induring the said provest and baillies will and quhill forder ordour be takin with thame anent thair offence. Artailye, Barroun, Killoch . It being requirit of the provest baillies and counsale, James Barroun and the vthiris direct for requiring of

    General Index, D, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    warrant to James, Viscount Stair, late president of the College of Justice, Scotland Thomas, apothecary of Edinburgh, tenant Dalrymple of Killoch , James, a clerk of Session, baronetcy for Dalston , Christopher, captain, his company Dalton , Edmund, licence to Subscribers-only content

    Index to records

    Teinds. Ker , Judge, 417, 420. Kilburnie , laird of, 379, 458; ground acquired from, 458. Kill , new, 281. Killoch , Colonel, 78. Kilsyth , soldiers hurt at, 93; markets of, 157. King and council , declaration by, proclaimed,

    General Index, B, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    Privy Seal and register of the Court of Requests Baronetcies , patents for, see Clark, S.; Dalrymple, H.; Dalrymple of Killoch, J.; Dumbar of Durn, ; Firebrace, Sir B.; Germain, Sir J.; Hope, Sir W.; Kennedy, A.; Powell, T.; Rogers, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    be passed to allow corn in, scarcity of Court of Session or College of Justice: clerk of. See Dalrymple of Killoch, J. president and late president of. See Dalrymple, H.; Dalrymple, J., Viscount Stair; candidate for, See Hamilton, W. regulation Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    az daughter. -MAARRIED. tyrvoc n-E7xTHEr.-On the 21st Inst., bg licenae, at Rt. ifitthawi Church Smathirelk(by the Reto E. Ad(enbrookci, Robert Killoch Jim ot Hinfleivortl, to Jennie, youngest daughter Of t. Snrijii,8srnothwaiee. MA.RTrlrr-MoTr,-iiu the 2Mth Inot., at tire Ohurch of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them. Mr. Killoch said she sent fitteen eggs to the master. It appeared that the assistant-master had also sent a chair-bedstead. Washing for the master had been done at the workhouse and snut on to him. Mrs. Killoch produced a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the slightest reason to suppose t that I should vote for them. They never asked me for my vote. Mr. Killoch knew I was not a Conservative. There was an objection to my vote on the ground that a rate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of pleasnre-grounds-wishes an Engage- car ment; is married, and 28 jearrs of age. md Address, "B. B., care of Mr. Killoch, Aberoord TAS Road, Derry." 1555S CE. - d. ANTED, A SITUATION BY A STE&DY, sel Y So er N'oung Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rincess Beatrics; 1. A. M~at-thews, tVm. -Yioung, 'Samluel YounIg, Job n G. nit. Caoptain Williems, Johln Weir. John Crawiford, J. Killoch, Max-woel Gault, A. Laven- dor, -M. Montgomery, juu. ; Thomas Dickie, John 'tlCabbrey, Albert'Dawson,John Allen, H. Trevor IHeudesrii, William Subscribers-only content

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