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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1585

    1585. Provest . Compeirit Robert, bischope of Glasgow, and nominat, presentit, and electit the rycht honorable Sir William Lewingstoun of Kilsyth, knycht, in provest for this yeir to cum; quha wes acceptit and admittit in provest, and commissioun is ordanit

    Acts and Proceedings, 1617, November

    neglected. So the Lords of the Secret Counsell gave commission to my Lord Binning Secretar, my Lord Carnegie, my Lord Kilsyth, the Lord Advocat, and the Treasurer Deputy, conjunctly, or to any three of them, to supply his place. After

    Elizabeth, January 1576, 01 January 1576-31 January 1576

    217. [The Laird of Kilsyth ] to Monsieur Pinart. [1575 6. Jan. 9. ] If their majesties shall resolve on that form of interview in private, which is offered to them, would it please him to have them consider such Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 19, 31 July 1712, 31 July 1712-31 July 1712

    Yarmouth . Comes Rochester . Comes Mar . Comes Home . Comes Loudoun . Viscount Say & Seale . Viscount Kilsyth . Ds. Delawar . Ds. Bruce . Ds. Halifax . Ds. Burton . PRAYERS. The Lord Keeper acquainted the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 17 August 1714, 17 August 1714-17 August 1714

    . Comes Mar . Comes Loudoun . Comes Findlater . Comes Dundonald . Comes Dunmore . Comes Orkney . Viscount Kilsyth . Ds. Paget . Ds. Rockingham . Ds. Berkeley . Ds. Ossulstone . Ds. Guilford . Ds. Ashburnham .

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 February 1710, 5 February 1711

    R. Ferrers. " Tho. Roffen. " WlNCHltSEA. " scarsdale. " Weymouth. "Oesp. Exon. Clarendon. Denbigh. Say & Seale. Eglintoune. " Kilsyth. Ifaack's Bill referred to Judges. Hodie ia vice lecla eft Billa, intituled, " An AcT: for " the Sale Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1711, 20 December 1711

    " PoULETT. ILAY. " Mar. Roseberrie. Bovle. " Loudoun. " Home. " Orkney. M Balmerino. " Osborne. *« HONSDON. «• Kilsyth. "Clarendon.** Epus. Whit on. Epus. Lieh, & Cov. Epus. Elie?if. Epus-. Oxon. Epus. Bangor. Epus. Carliol. Epus. Afaphen* Epus. Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1713, 8 June 1713

    Sunderland. " Lonsdale. " Mar. " FlNDLATER. " Eglintounb. <l NORTHESK. f "Blantyre. " Loudoun. " SCARBROUGH. " Greenwich. " Kilsyth. Linlithgow* KlNNOULL. Home. Orkney. 1'lay. Ro3EBERlä. Balmerino.* H. c°tiiat A Meffage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1819, 8 June 1819

    " Ormonde. *' Winchelsea. " Rivers. " Mar. " Loudoun. " Baimerino. " Hunsdon. Bhntyre. Poulett. Roseberrie. Home. Orkney. Osborne. Kilsyth. Harcourt, C. S. Hay. Boyle. D.Hai ton's I prayia Writs D.Bri Com« meet. Clarendon.' " Die Jovis, 14° Junij Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1829, 12 March 1829

    " to withhold their Sanction from the " Measures for the Removal of the Disabilities of the " Roman Catholics, and thereby avert all the Evils " which Glencair Kirby Misp'ert( Kilsyth: Loders Bradpol Sutton Marv: Burtoi Brads' Shept Gorge Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    megis yn Kirk of Shotts n iGo, yr Arran a Lewis, yr Moulin, yn Edinburgh, trwy oferynoliaeth George Whitfield, yn Kilsyth, Dundee, a llawer o drefydd araiti. Ond tystiolaeth y rhai miwyaf nyfarwydd yn hanes yr ymweliadarr hyny ,ydyw nad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn adgoffa iddo am eu nynulliadau mawrion hwythau yn Scotland, ar adegau eu sacramental meetings hwy, yE arbenig felly ye Kilsyth, &c., ond pan yr oedd y gynulleidfa yn canu yr un hen donau mawreddog ag a genid ganddynt hwythau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock the streets were nothing throeger titan usual." - . - - . "The number of Radicals who assemnbled at Kilsyth yesterday -was verv great. After ttuanitiously parsirgerl Re60l i66ns, ihe meeting separated quietly.1'-ZGlaisg'W paper. TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE, - BANKRUPTCY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thie punishment of transportation for second libels to the triflingi penaltv of -Banishment! TPhis is the true Jew trickery. At Kilsyth (Scotland) thee Radicals have been pelting the Yeom!;nry with stones and snowballs, and (says a private letter) firing shots Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of armed Padlical, w ho retnle,! to allow himi to pass. Oil hiS return lie Iet aln orderly or tile Kilsyth troop with despatchesh proceedillng il the sarte direction, led both came into Kilsyill, where they ircqtiainted tie officer with Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LIVINGSTON, William (b. c.1650), of Aberdeen and London

    in London as well as in his home port and in Leith. In June 1708, he stood bail for Viscount Kilsyth, a prisoner suspected of involvement in the recent Jacobite invasion attempt.[footnote]Regarded by High Tory interests in his locality as

    EDMONSTONE, Archibald (1717-1807), of Duntreath, Stirling.

    low a tone as to be inaudible.[footnote]He had sold his Irish property by 1783 when he purchased for £41,000 the Kilsyth estates in Stirlingshire;[footnote] he also had interests in the East India Company,[footnote] in which his son Neil Benjamin subsequently


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