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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1617-31 December 1621

    Bench , prisoners in the, 789. Kingston , Anne, p. 99. -, Felix, 238, p. 228. Kingston-upon-Hull , 233, 1179. Kinnaird , 379. Kinnaston , John, p. 226. Kirbye , Abbacuck, 445. -, Francis, 161. -, Geo, 700, 829. -,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 8 July 1831, 08 July 1831-08 July 1831

    instant July , at the usual Time and Place; and to adjourn as they please. Kinnaird Leave for a Divorce Bill: A Petition of Hugh Kinnaird of Windsor , in the County of Berks , Esquire; praying their Lordships, "That

    East Indies, China and Japan, July 1618, 01 July 1618-31 July 1618

    Indies, of all the rights and privileges granted to the Scottish Company in their patent, which is recited, dated at Kinnaird, 24 May 1617, "for divers good, special, and valuable considerations." [ Twenty pages. East Indies, Vol. I., No .

    Index, C

    268, 556, 622, 652, 1174. Carlyle , Arthur, 1818. Carmichael , Young, 2051, 2056, 2060. Carnegy , Sir John, of Kinnaird, 212. Carnevalet , Madame, 1813. Carr , 425. Carre , Mr. Nicholas, letter to, 620. Cartwright , Mr., 2161.

    James 1 - volume 92, May 1617, 01 May 1617-31 May 1617

    Lord Zouch and Sir Fulk Greville, although before the Council they accused one another in a grievous manner. May 25. Kinnaird. 44. Lake to Winwood. The King has not yet chosen his eleven patentees for the plantation in Wexford. He Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y mater i syiw, hefyd, yn NI Nhy yr Arglwyddi, gan Esgob Winchester, yr L bwn a alwai ar Arglwydd Kinnaird i wneyd araetb debyg o flaen yr argiwyddi a'r esgobion i'r un draddododd yn y eyfatfod mawr yn yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'" (dlf ear. vnighyd ag il a 'arwliaitl y tir,-Argl wydd iRosebery, Itll ii nleonl Arg i y(oidi 6vertoun a Kinnaird, a thll de m(le(' o aelolall selie(Muil. ,kt v ri d benodediig, ecciid cloeb, a gvaeodd uchel et tl\ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shlow that they properly estimated the virtues of the man of their chlu ie. Mr. GLOSSOP proposed the lion. D. Kinnaird, a gentleman whose conistitutional principies were well known, as, a proper per. sia to be nominated ott this oecasioit. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    assel.lsbie(I in Pr t;' S-'iboon I Mttre, Greeich. Itdrew together a lprge assernlage, aiii}1 ' wshorn wrere M r.' Kinnaird, Mr. Harriost, and sev-rMi I Magistr-ates of tihe neighbonring districts. Mr. Con'taihe at. the Senior Magisimate of the Petty Sessions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900


  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ealing and Brentford Other estates

    sold it in 1787 to Frederick Augustus Barnard , 89 who sold it in 1795 to George Kinnaird , Lord Kinnaird (d. 1805). Kinnaird devised it to his wife Elizabeth (d. 1806), who devised it to their daughters, several of

    Index K-Z

    Wm. H. G., Kingston-upon-Hull , earl and duke of, see Pierrepont , Evelyn Kingston-upon-Hull (Yorks. E. R.) , Kinnaird , Geo., Ld. Kinnaird , and his w. Eliz., Kirby , J. J. , Kirkby : John, bp. of Ely ,

    Paddington Westbourne Green

    of Gloucester Crescent in 1854 , was also a local builder. 46 Farther west building had already begun for William Kinnaird Jenkins, of Nottingham Place, Marylebone , and later of Paddington , a lawyer who also acquired part of the

    Paddington Bayswater

    to the north. Hereford , Monmouth, and Garway roads were pushed a short way south from Westbourne Grove for William Kinnaird Jenkins. 7 Leinster and Prince's squares were begun in 1856 , with Kensington Gardens Square to the east and

    Index A-J

    Jay , Hen., Jealous , Geo. Sam., Jehovah's Witnesses , Jenkins: Geo. Thos., Revd. Rob. Chas ., W. H., Wm. Kinnaird , Jenkinson , Edw., Jerome , Jerome K., Jesus , Society of, Jewish Domestic Training Home , Jews ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Borthwick, Ruthven, Northefk, Viscounts Rofs, Rutherfurd, Kincardine, Somervel, Bellenden, Belcarras, Falkland, Torphichen, Newark, Forfar, Dunbar, Spynie, Eymoutli, Aboyne, Stormont, Lundoirs, Kinnaird, Newburgh, Arbuthnot, Balmerinock, Glasford. But they dare not prefume to tranfmit this to your Lordfhips as a" Lift of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Cardrofs, L o R » S Cranftoun, Burleigh, Jedburgh, Madertzie,. Couper, Napier, Cameron, Ciamond, Reay, Forrefter, Pitfligo, Kirkcudbright, Frafer, Bargeny, Bamff,' Elibank, Halkerton, Belhaven, Abcrcrombie, Duffus, Rollo, Colvil, Ruthven, Rutherfurd, Bellenden, New-wark, Nairn,. Eymouth, Kinnaird, Glasfoord. APPENDIX. ' | .-. Subscribers-only content

    19 December 1763, 19 December 1763

    prasfentes fuerunt: Epus. Dure fin. Epus. Sarum. Epus. Bath. & Wells. Epus. IVigorn. Epus. Bangor. Epus. Glocefir. Epus. Landaven. Ld. Kinnaird againft Hunter. French a^ainft French & al. Ds. Henley, Cancellarius. Dux Bedford, Prajfes. Dux Somerfct. Dux Bolton. Dux Portland. Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1764, 16 January 1764

    the Houfe of Lords» Ld Kinnaird jhe Houfe being; moved, " That a Day may be ap- F\IE Jovis, 190 Junuarii. rlunter. g y y " pointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein Charles Lord " Kinnaird is Appellant, and James Subscribers-only content

    15 November 1780, 15 November 1780

    Court of Seffion in Scotland, fhall be deemed good Service. UpoH reading the Petition and Appeal of James Bruce of Kinnaird Elquire, complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the 4th of July 1776, and alio Subscribers-only content


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