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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, K

    letters from, 108. - -, 55 (1), 190 (1), 405 (2), 408 (2), 578, 777, 781 (1), 1060, 1123, 1205. Kinghorn , 1270 (2). Kingsmill , Edward, 254, 283. Kinsale , 855, 1500 (5). -, Governor of, 855. Kinston ,

    Elizabeth, October 1563, 01 October 1563-31 October 1563

    my weak judgment on the "furnissing" of these north borders. Edinburgh. Signed : John Knox. The Inch betwix Leith and Kinghorn is left void. God knows what "straunge foules" shall first light there! Our lusty bloods will to France whether Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1562, Jan-June

    Leith . [In an action at the instance of the owner of a ship in Kinghorn and the bailies of that town against certain indwellers in Leith, for the "wrangus spoliatioun fra the saidis awnaris of ane irne gvn" furth

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, August 1548, 01 August 1548-31 August 1548

    have passed to St. Comisconacht, and have burnt a French ship, and landed and burnt all the small towns between Kinghorn and Anederkethin. Your army has come to Haddington, and the French seeing them, have returned towards Musselburgh. The Scots Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K

    329. -, memorial of things committed to his charge, 998 1043. Kilwinning , abbey of, 1399. -, Abbot of, 1416. Kinghorn , 710 (2), 843, 1275. King's Bench , Chief Justice of the, 61. Kirkcaldy , 843, 1275. -, Robert,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 February 1734, 17 February 1735

    And the fame was read the Firft Time. to°agfend&i .A Petition of John Hoggan Provoft of the Borough of Appeal. Kinghorn and others, was prefented, and read; pray¬ ing, " That they may be at Liberty to amend their " Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1734, 6 March 1735

    It Ep ep EP EP Iloggan again ft Wardlaw. Ordered, That the hearing the Caufe wherein John Hoggan Provoft of Kinghorn and others are Appel¬ lants, and William Wardlaw of Abden and others are RefpondentP, which {lands appointed for To-morrow, Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1748, 21 March 1749

    Lords have agreed to the faid Bill, with fome Amendments, whereunto their Lord¬ fhips defire their Concurrence. Kilburn Road, Bill: Kinghorn, Duty on Beer Bill: Hodie 3a vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " continuing and making Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1765, 4 February 1765

    Mr. Henry David- DavWfon t» Jon may be permitted to enter into a Recognizance forenler.intu Re* " the Magiftrates of Kinghorn, on account of their Ap-K^pTi Tf ii g g, on account of their Ap- peal depending in this Houfe Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1766, 15 January 1766

    " Moray and others, Refpondents to the Appeal of the e '*.Magistrates and Towa Council of the Borough of f" Kinghorn, had not put in their Anfwer to the faid " Appeal, though duly ferved with the Order of this Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    latter being 1,700 feet above the level of the town of Falkland, which is situated at its base-Dunearn, Raith, Dysart, Kinghorn, Pettycur. Burntisland, Dunfermline, Caroline hill, Salini hill, and along the whole high grounds near the southern shores of Fife, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lewis, Hereford, timber merchants-December 14, F. Flear, Farmdon, Nottinghanishire-November 22; J. Pulleine, jan. Seaby, Yorkshire, brewer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION. A. Alexander, Kinghorn, glazier. Friday, November 2. W AR OF F ICE. November 2. 6th Regiment of Dragoons-Lient. W. M. Powen to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lochmaben Whithorn Kintore Lauder Cullen Dornoch Fortrose Oban Culross South Queensferry Cromarty North Berwick Crail Inverury Inverbervie Pittenweem Sanqubar Inverary Kinghorn. Kirkcudbright SCHEDULE E. Boroughs, twenty-three in number, exceeding 54,000 and under 127,000 inhabitants, of which four boroughs (Merthyr, Tydvil, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Stinfte.tbury (Teller) Ittriscl (L. Napler) Sueield h Speneer Fiigadl (. Fingall) Sundlridge(D. Argyll) a Strastiiire and Fitatlereld Tlhurlow o Kinghorn Foley Truro Suffolk and Berk- (Iranrdl (E. Cranurd) Twveadmouth . shire ( resir AVernon Sydney 1laldon Waveaey o iYarborough Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Qcl Vive Mr. Bradley's f by Vedette-. Mr. Preston', Conservative Wsoodolmie Mr. Preston's Maziurka Mr. Ten Broeck's Fickle Mr. Savile's Kinghorn, M~r. Ten Broach's Slander Mr. Saxon's Merry Lass (wrong Mr. Bryan's Capricious nomination) Mr. Clilffs Miss Folly' Mr, Smith's Subscribers-only content

 

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