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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1557

    proffittis thairof, for all the dayis of his liftyme. Baxteris, Gibsoun. In presens of the baillies and counsale comperit Dauid Kinloch dekin of the baxteris of this burgh and desyrit gif that George Gibsoun personalie present wald pay his pairt

    Extracts from the Records, 1575, Jan-Mar

    na maner of persoun resort thairto, bot sic as ar deput officeris, vnder the pane of deid. Villa, craftis. Dauid Kinloch, baxter, being accusit for non passing to my lord Regentis grace in commissioun conforme to the ordinance before writtin

    Supplementary extracts, 1583

    Januar last." ] 26 April 1583. Maisteris of wark to the College. Makis and constitutes Androw Sclater, baillie, and Dauid Kinloch, baxter, maisters of wark to the bigging of the wallis of the colleges to be maid at the Kirk

    Extracts from the Records, 1569, July-December

    yeir to cum, comperit Walter Wauhane, dekyn of the tailyouris, with certane vtheris deaconis, togither with James Young and Dauid Kinloch, prolocutouris for the hale craftis, and desyrit to be hard to resoun for the saidis craftis cpncernyng the tua

    Extracts from the Records, 1561, July-December

    David Kinloch, dekyn of the baxteris, askit instrumentis that he wald obey the Quenys grace mynd towert the thre names in the tiket before writtin; and Thomas Hog, cordiner, askit instruments that he wald do as the gudeman Dauid Kinloch

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i gael yr anrhydedd o nawd Ei Huch6kler Brelnhinol Tywys- oges Cymru. Y ma ceofian1 y Dduces Teek, gan MIr. Kinloch Cooke. i gael e; gyhoeddi yr wythbos uesaf. Y mae ysgrifenydd gwyddonol adnabyddus, Dr. St. George Mivart, ac efe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to supply them:- This day sne IHighl Court of Justiciary met to proceedC to tile trial of GEORGro KtNLOcit Epq..of Kinloch, accused of sedition. Bet he having failed to appear, sentence of' fugitation was pronounced against hiu; he was declared. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RESADING. Butler, Hon. P. James, William Dobbin, Leonard O'Ferrall, R. M. Ellis, Wynn French, Fitzstephen ABSENT (SICK) AGAINST SEcoND rEsADIN. Kinloch, G. Roebuck, J. A. EnATTarn.-ln our Parliamentary report last week, page 153-4, by a typographical blunder, Sir R. Musgrave Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dublin, the colleague of Mr O'Connell, Mr Gillon of Wahlhouse, M. P., Mr Morgan O'Connell, M. P., Mr Kinlocs of Kinloch, &c. &c. Councillor Jameson, Deacon Fenwick, and Mr R. Millar, officiated as croupiers. Grace was said by the Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kincardine, Re was a native of StOnch von it was the nearest repre, and was educated at Aberdeen. 3ch of Kinloch and tbe Tentative of the ancient family Of Kinlsoc of iao and 6 he nearest relative ef Mr lKinloh, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 February 1738, 14 February 1739

    fame Month, made on. the Behalf of Dame Mary Rochead and Sir Francis Kinloch her Husband, David Kinloch and Alexander Kinloch, Sons of the faid Sir Francis Kinloch by the faid Dame Mary his Wife, Sir James Dalrymple Baronet, James, Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1738, 12 March 1739

    was alfo, the feveral and joint Anfwer of David ^^k Kinloch and Alexander Kinhch^ Sons of Sir Francis /Cz'K-K.inioch&sL loch Baronet, and others, to the Appeal of Mr. Francis Kinloch Advocate. And likewife, the feveral and joint Anfwer of Dame Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1738, 14 March 1739

    6ir Hi & al. et e contra. journals of the Houfe of Lords. ^.1738. Whereas, 011 the 7th of February laft, an Appeal of Sir Hew Dairy niple, alias Hamilton, Baronet, Was brought into this Houfe ; complaining of Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1739, 29 March 1739

    Dalrymple, Sons of the faid Sir James Dalrymple, Sir Francis Kinloch Baronet and Dame Mary his Wife, Francis, David, and Alex¬ ander Kinloch, Sons of the faid Sir Francis Kinloch, by the faid Dame Mary his Wife, James Cathcart Efquire, Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1739, 23 November 1739

    David Kinloch; and praying, " That the fame may be re- " verfed; and that the Appellants may have fuch Relief " in the Premifes as the Houfe (hall think jufl::" It is Ordered, That the faid David Kinloch may Subscribers-only content


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