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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, June 1605, 01 June 1605-30 June 1605

    expense of many people. He asks that the examination of the case be confided to the Earl of Salisbury, Lord Kinloss and the Lord Chief Justice. June 7 in the third year of his Majesty's reign. 1 p. (P. 1870.)

    LXXXV, Act of Privy Council concerning Dumbarton and the Clyde (1600)

    Clyde claimed by Glasgow. Stirling, 10 September 1600. Apud Striviling decimo Septembris 1600. Sederunt. Presente Rege, Cancellarius, Mar, Thesaurarius, Blantyre, Kinloss, Comptrollar, Spot, Clericus registri. Anent our Souerane Lordis letteris, raised at the instance of the provest, bailzeis, counsell, and

    Cecil Papers, July 1605, 01 July 1605-31 July 1605

    appointed commissioners to determine it. Petitioner now asks that the ambassador's letter be delivered to two of the commissioners, Lord Kinloss and Sir John Herbert, who are urged to settle the case without delay. The other case has been judged,

    Cecil Papers, August 1605, 01 August 1605-31 August 1605

    summoned and interrogated on the matter; or, alternatively, that it be examined by the Earls of Salisbury and Cumberland, Lord Kinloss and the Lord Chief Justice, and a report drawn up by such of the King's counsels as the two

    Cecil Papers, January 1610, 01 January 1610-31 January 1610

    for the present. From Roystorne, 18 January. Holograph Seal Endorsed: '1609.' 1 p . ( 126 154) Lord Bruce of Kinloss to the Earl of Salisbury 1609 10, January 18. I have this morning received a letter from one James

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stowe, the famous seat of the late Duke of Bucingham, which is now possessed by his Grace's eldest danghter, Baroness Kinloss. It will be remark- able if the Comte de Paris does become the tenant of Stowse, as the splendid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    engineer has been recently inspecting the drainage and water-supply arrangements. The mansion is at present in the occupation of Baroness Kinloss and family.I An agreement was sealed on Wednesday by the Towa Council of 'Newcastle-on-Tyne enabling two eleetric. lighting companies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but who now became Viscount Cobbarm, and the third to his married daughter, Lady Mary Morgan, who is now Baroness Kinloss in the Scottish peerage in her own right. The English peerages of Barrogill (under which title the Iate Earl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lords mot on Thursday morning In Cama mittee of Privileges, and took some formal evideace in the case of the Kinloss peerage, The further hearing of thc case was adjourned sine d1we. Messrs, Virtue and Co. purpose commencing in October Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the claim of tile Duke of Buckingham to be placed on the roll of the Scot- tish peers as Lord Kinloss has been established. Thie Lcceds Alercury says that the Conservatives of Lesds wvill bring forvard Mir. C. 1. 1)enison, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1827, 16 February 1827

    Parish of Alves and County of Elgin, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Kinloss: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Farmers in the Parish of Kinloss and County of Elgin, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Elgin: And also, Upon Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    Eastern Part of Kent; Morayshire Farmers Society; St. Andrews and Llangbryd; Urquhart; Edinkillie; Knockando; Drainey; New Spynie; Birnie; Duffus; Alves; Kinloss in Elgin; Farmers in the County of Elgin; and Wainfleet, &c, 79. — Hundred of Blything; of Cosford ; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    14 8 16 40 11 11 8 13 43 Returns relating to the ESTATES. 57. Clermont - 58. Peru 59. Kinloss 60. Stewart Castle. 61. Hvde Hall - 62. Etingdon - 63. Bounty Hal 64. Tileston PROPRIETORS. levnolds, C. Heirs Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Jock's Lodge - Water Valley George's Valley Carrick Foyle Wakefield - - - Clermont - - Peru - - - Kinloss - Stewart Castle Hyde Hall Etingdon Bounty Hall Tileston - - - Dundee - Covey - - Good Hope Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1833, 14 March 1833

    Sanctity " of the Sabbath :" It is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Porres : Kinloss! subscribed; praying their Lordships " to make such « Enactments as to them may seem best calculated to y Subscribers-only content

 

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