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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1701

    be referred t o them; and for that end do hereby nominate, commissionate, and appoint Mr Robert Elliot, minister at Kinglassie, & c., & c., to be Commissioners, & c., with full power, & c., (the powers granted to the

    William III, January 1700, 01 January 1700-31 January 1700

    the lands of Caskieberrian, Easter Pitteuchar, Over Stentoun, and lands and milne lands of Milne Deans within the parochin of Kinglassie, and which are a part of the lordship and regality of Dumfermlin retained by the said umquhill Charles, earl Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1699-31 March 1700

    prebendary of Bristol cathedral, recommendation by Casaubon , David, disbanded French soldier Casileton . See Castleton. Caskieberrian , parish of Kinglassie, co. Fife, lands Casous , James, disbanded French soldier Castell , Michael, merchant of London, deceased, administration of his Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, February 1753, 21-28, 21 February 1753-28 February 1753

    to adjourn as they please. Douglas against Douglas. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of William Douglas Esquire, late of Kinglassie , and Thomas Belsches his Trustee; complaining of an Interlocutor, or Decree, of the Lords of Session in Scotland

    Index of names and places, K

    1149, 1389. parliamentary representation of, ii. 931. provost and bailiffs of, ii. 1149, 1389. Kinghorne , Earl of. See Lyon. Kinglassie (Kinglessie, Kinglisse), Fifeshire, ii. 1149, 1389. Kingscot (Kingscote, Kingscott, Kinscot), Anthony, i. 966. 1083, 1136, 1237; ii. 35, 299,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 May 1827, 28 May 1827

    in the County of Kin- Ds. Yarborough. " ross, and in the Parishes of Ballingry, Auchterderran, Ds. Saltersford. « and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife; and for the Ds. Calthorpe. " better supplying with Water the Mills, Manufactories, Ds. Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1827, 30 May 1827

    of Kinross, Orwell and Portmoak, in the " County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of Ballingry, " Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife ; " and for the better supplying with Water the Mills, " Manufactories, Bleachfields, Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1827, 11 June 1827

    of Kinross, Orwell and Portmoak, in the " County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of BalUngry, " Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife ; " and for the better supplying with Water the Mills, " Manufactories, Bleachfields, Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1827, 12 June 1827

    of Kinross, Orwell and Portmoak, in the " County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of Ballingry, " Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife ; " and for the better supplying with Water the Mills, " Manufactories, Bleachfields, Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1827, 21 June 1827

    Kinross, Orwell and Port- " moak, in the County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of " Ballingry, Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County " of Fife; and for the better supplying with Water the " Mills, Manufactories, Bleachfields, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He was the eldest son of a clergy- man of the Scotch Church at Kinglassie, Fifeshire, where he was born in 1791. He was brought up at the Woolwich Academy for the corps of Engineers, entered the army in 1809, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deliver judgment before Easter. _ t THE Wages Arrestment Abolition (Scotland) Bill has been fixed to go into committee on Wednes. a day the 27th April. fi A Hrvs OaF Bms swarmed at Kinglassie, in Fife, t on Thursdy. t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been full comparatively of sensations. In the County of Fife, the Rev. Wm. Thompson, minister of the parish of Kinglassie, committed suicide by cutting his throat. He bad been about fifteen years in the parish, and was pre- viously Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iand complaining of the system of eentral~isamx tion. b SCOTTISH SsCRooL ESTABLISHEMNT BILl..-By Colonel p MUJRE, from Kirk sessions of Kinglassie. COUNTY FRANCHISE BILL.-BY Mr. DIVETT, from a ti place in thea coun ty of Devon, in favour of.M PRISONS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    much sought after. A little boy, not quite two years old, son of a stonemason named Williamson, was drowned at Kinglassie, Fiieshire, on Monday, owing to the heavy floods. The little fellow went to paly by the side of a Subscribers-only content

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