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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1545

    x d. Forais, xxij li. viij s. vi d. Narne, ix li. Tayne, xiii li. Dysart, xxxj li. x s. Kirkcaldy, xviij li. Summa lateris, j m iij c xliiij li. vijs. ix d. The haill sowme extenidis till ii

    Extracts from the Records, 1550

    lxxij cr. Cowper lviij cr. Culane viij cr. Fores xx cr. Nairn viij cr. Thayne xij cr. Dysart xxvj cr. Kirkcaldy xxvj cr. Hamiltoun xx cr. Summa ii m iiii c liiii crownis. 11 September 1550. Pace; Merk; Owtlands breid.

    Index, J, K

    254, 283. Kinsale , 855, 1500 (5). -, Governor of, 855. Kinston , 1301. Kintire , 255 (2), 557, 628. Kirkcaldy , Patrick, 130. Kloith , Johan, Her zu Nartteleun, letter from, 1177. -, -, 1220. Knevet , Lady, her

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    , in Ireland; 7. Kincarne ; 448. Kingsbury ; 311. Kinsale ; 5, 7. the sovereigns of; 5. Kirkcaldy ; 321. Kirkcaldy , the son of; 182. Kirkcudbright ; 157. Kirknewton ; 292. Kirktown , Robert; 260 1. Kirkyattamin ;

    Extracts from the Records, 1536

    d. Name xj li. v s. Thane xvj li. xvij s. vj d. Dysart xxxix li. vij s. vj d. Kirkcaldy xxij li. x s. Peblis xxij li. x s. (This in the begynning of the Convict Buik begynnand in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which elections occurred are as follow:-Armagh, Cambridge, Ludlow, Sudbury,'Waterford, Cavan, Surrey (Western Division), Cumberland, Fermanagh, Totness, Elgin, Rei. gate, Mayo, Kirkcaldy, Monmouthshire, Walsall, Canter- bury, St Alban's, Surrey (Eastern Division), Richmond, Carlow, King's County, Louth, and Radnorshire. NEW POLITICAL ASSOCIATION. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was triumphant. To criticise a man 8s visibly independent of "the paper" would have been presumption indeed His congregation at Kirkcaldy were not encouraging; they could not understand the loftiness of his style, and complained that he had " ower Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Finsbury, and Brighton, at Keighley, Shore- hamn, Southwvark, Tamworth, Banbury, Plymouth, Cheltenham, Windsor, Scarborough, Hereford, Bingley, Belper, EOntefract, Perth Sanquhar, Kirkcaldy, Bermondsey, Bristo], Bath, Guildford, Kingston- on-Thames, Canterbury, Ashford, Toubridge, Hull, St Ives, Hudders- field, Harwich, Tiverton, Coventry, Nuneaton, Weduesbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    States," contains the substance ot a series of addresses delivered by Sir George Campbell to his electors and friends at Kirkcaldy. As such it is written distinctly from the standpoint of a man of higher station addressing the people. It Subscribers-only content

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    of opponents, partly s from hatred, but still more froni fear, and a few friends. d The hon. member for Kirkcaldy and the ibn. member for d Andover seem to suppose that General Gordon could leave Khartoum at any moment. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 May 1758, 30 May 1758

    Time ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Kirkcaldy, by Mr. Ofwald and others: Dutv °" ß With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft to continue and " Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1758, 31 May 1758

    Bind later. Comes Marcbmonti Comes Stanhope. Comes Ds. Bathurß: Ds. Ducie. Ds. Sandys. Ds. Raven/worth. Ds. Mansfield. Ds. Lyttelton* Kirkcaldy, fjo^e ^ vice leclä eß Billa, intituled, cc An Ad to Bill? On eer'" continue and render more effeftual Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1758, 2 June 1758

    Go/port; and from Exton aforefaid, through ic Droxford, to the Eaft End of Sherrill Heath in the " faid County." Kirkcaldy " The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fliall " pafs?" It was Refolved in the Affirmative. Hodie Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1758, 6 June 1758

    report the fame to the Houfe, without any Amendment." Bodie 3* vice lecla eß Bilk, intituled, " An Aft to Kirkcaldy, continue and render more effectual an Aft made in ^ on Bser* the Fifteenth Year of His prefent Majefty's Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1790, 15 March 1790

    Bill, intituled, " An AcT; for making and re- pairing the Road from Newmiln Bridge by Foodie's Mill, Inverkeithing, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, Gallatown, " and Cameron Bridge, to Craill, and other Roads, in " the County of Fife ;** to which Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OSWALD, James (d. 1716), of Dunnikier, Fife.

    Dysart Burghs 1710 1715 Ofifces Held Burgess, Kirkcaldy by 1689, Edinburgh 1706; dean of guild, Kirkcaldy by 1702, provost 1706–8, 1710–12, 1714–15. Ofifces Held MP [S], Kirkcaldy 1702–7. Biography The son of a Kirkcaldy skipper, Oswald followed his father’s trade

    FERGUSON, Robert (1769-1840), of Raith, Fife.

    FERGUSON, Robert (1769-1840), of Raith, Fife. Constituency Dates Fifeshire 1806 61807 Dysart Burghs 1831 61832 Kirkcaldy Burghs 1832 61834 Haddingtonshire 1835 61837 Kirkcaldy Burghs 1837 3 Dec. 1840 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Fife 1837-d. Biography Ferguson’s father, heir to an

    FERGUSON, Sir Ronald Craufurd (1773-1841), of Muirtown, Fife and 5 Bolton Street, Mdx.

    was soon abandoned.[footnote] A widower, Ferguson was a regular guest at Whig country houses, his brother"s estate of Raith, near Kirkcaldy, and of his Whig friends in Edinburgh, but he lived mainly in London, where he associated with the Westminster

    FERGUSON, Robert (1769-1840), of Raith, Fife and 18 Portman Square, Mdx.

    inquiry, 9, 20 Feb. 1832, although he voted for its committal that day. Heeding the alarm it had aroused in Kirkcaldy, he and his brother urged the House to "legislate as simply as possible, with the least possible injury to

    ST. CLAIR ERSKINE, James Alexander, Lord Loughborough (1802-1866).

    Nov., and anti-slavery ones from Burntisland, Dysart and Kirkcaldy, 23 Nov. He received two weeks" leave "on the public service" that day to return to his regiment.[footnote] He presented, as requested, a Kirkcaldy petition for burgh and parliamentary reform, including

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Raith House, 1859

    Raith House [country house] Vignette with a boat on a lake, the house on the hill behind, the image framed by trees on the bank at left; after W. Banks, from an unidentified publicationEngraving and etching


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