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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1739, January-March, 01 January 1739-28 March 1739

    of the Great Seal of Scotland, granting to James, eldest son of William Maxwell, of Kirkconnel, with reversions detailed, the lands and Barony of Kirkconnel detailed on a resignation of same by said William Maxwell. North Britain Book XII. pp.

    Acts, 1705

    same place he asserted that the Church of Scotland had gone off the foundation, and acknowledged also his intrusion in Kirkconnel, and several other vacant parished; and that he also owned, that as to the substance, he said that the

    Index, K, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Kirk Patrick (Isle of Man) , 88. Kirkby , William, 430. Kirkcaldy (Fife) , 91, 204, 420, 425, 622, 625. Kirkconnel , barony of (Dumfries), 79. Kirkcudbright , 622, 625. -, Stewartry of, 82, 109, 294. Kirke (Kirk) , Major

    Index, K, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    , Isle of Man, 565, 568. Kirkcudbright , 41, 86. Kirkcaldy , 148, 152, 210, 285, 623, 626, 630, 632. Kirkconnel (Dumfriesshire) , 363, 384, 565. Kirkes , Hamnett, 625, 627. Kirkhill (Scotland) , 7. Kirklees (co. York) , 556.

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1737, January-June, 04 January 1737-30 June 1737

    to Joseph Irving, merchant, in Ridding, of lands in the Sheriffdom of Dumfries, on the resignation of William Maxwell, of Kirkconnel. 2 pages. Treasury Board Papers CCXCIV. No. 21. Feb. 22 J. Scrope to the Auditor of the Receipt. For

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can be the same M r Archer who exhibits in another room the dramatic and powerful picture," Fair Helen of Kirkconnel," which the Illustrated Lon1tode nAews so cruelly burlesqued the other day. How- ever, to return to the Second Gallery. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    next edition. In place of ' Gilderoy,' which is more a ballad than a song, we would suggest 'IHelen of Kirkconnel,' which is a genuine lyric, and one of the most impassioned compositions in the language. Then in place of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. To the Bditor of the Daily Pn.--Sir.-With racing both north and south during the week followers of Ieagain experienced a busy time of it, |and judging from the results backers mast have fared very badly. Whereas at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND AVONDALE STrAES.-Sports- inan-Rirlkconnel ; Sportingv Life-irkcOnrel; Field- Kirkoonnel; Land and Wrater-Kirkconnnel; Licensed Vietu(a0ers' Gazette-Brisek or Rirkeonnel; Sporting 'iZvcs-Buillingdon or Kirkconnel. RoreRT DiE WITIvILLE HASNDICA. - Sporn- Dancing Bells or Quidnunc; Sporting Life-Pet of the Fancy; F+icd-Montpeusier; Land and Water-Sancho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Money ga'lsped ol, %;ile 'sd a quiarter. ljay's .la.'rsady, 'lbe Owl, Lotlar, , Royal tlazei. Cape of Good Hope. and Kirkconnel; i Ha~yoe fs Harheu IT., Anmandier, Medicis, and Bevil and Marcle's Rigmarole, 1lortOel 1I., Oakwood, Small . Min, and Subscribers-only content

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