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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1777, 21 April 1777

    A£l for dividing and " enclofing a Common or Moor, called Howtell Common " alias Houfedon, in the Parifh of Kirknewton, in the " County of Northumberland ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. H-<-•t0 turn Rus Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1777, 30 April 1777

    Aft for dividing and enclofing a Common " or Moor, called Howtell Common, alias Houfedon, in <c the Parifh of Kirknewton, in the County of Northum- " berland." " 44. An Aft for confirming Exchanges of Lands " and Tythes, Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1833, 18 April 1833

    Chapel, Carlisle: Diss. Church Patronage, (Scotland,) Petitions for Alteration of: (Alyth :) Bendochy : Kirknewton : Auchter- arder : Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Town of Kittyleagh and its Vicinity, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1833, 21 May 1833

    that perish ;" It is Ordered, That the said Petitions do lie on the Table. females \Varniin Eltliam : Cobham: Kirknewton & East Calder : Clun : Females of Stony Strat¬ ford: Dunning : Insch : Females of Rochester, &c: Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Dalavich, 133.—Port Glasgow and Newark; Cupar; and Auldearn, 140. — Dollar ; and Presbytery of Lorn, 153. —Alyth ; Bendochy; Kirknewton ; Auchterarder; Rattray; Blairgowrie; Leuchars; and Baldernock, 160.— Hamilton, 166.— Haddington, 179. — Paisley; and Kilbrandon and Kilchattan, 198. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SWINBURNE, Sir William (d.1404), of Capheaton, Northumb.

    prize, for in addition to the customary third of her husband’s estates, she also held land in Langton, Newton and Kirknewton which Henry Strother had settled upon her as a jointure in 1351 when she married his son. Furthermore, as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wansey, sen. and jun. Riches court, Lime street, drysalters-E. T. Andrews and C. Cattermoul, Southampton, ironmongers-J., T., and H. Brown, Kirknewton, Ford, and Branaton, Northumberland, farmers - Aikman and Co. Glasgow, isusrance brokers; as far as regards R. Hodger-Rodger, Dean, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mnight be thapersee wanted by the parish sine Ma~y of 1870. -Dr.'Lowis having rephed to the letter, .the in. spetor~of .'Kirknewton visiited t he inlfirmary in compan~y with a woman, named. Mary Ann M£'Kenancr. T~hs led to a comnplebe identification Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ts. The Earl of Morton has given notice of claim for comr penIsation for thle patronage of the parish of Kirknewton, flhsdllotiliait. Mr. W. F. Moore, the senior member for Donglas, Isle of Mlan, in the Ihouse of Keys) bas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Mr. Dalrymple, M,.P. Conservative candidate for Bfidlothian, resumed his election meetings last nsight, when he delivered an address at Kirknewton, hhilcalder. Hee criticised the position of 5Mr. Gladstone andMr. Chamberlain in regard to the diseetablishment of the Scotch Church. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of rather a sensational character He states that a bachelor who had been some years employed as farm- dservant at Kirknewton courted and mrarried a female out- door worker there atcWuiteunday last. The newly-married couple settled down at Mid-calder with Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Enterkin, 1865

    at 6.20 A.M. There is not much from Edinburgh to Abington that everybody does not know; but as you pass Kirknewton you will not be the worse of remembering that the beau¬ tiful little wooded glen- ' dingle or bushy Subscribers-only content

    The Enterkin, 1865

    is about to repair the tomb of this, one of their greatest fellows; it is in the old burying-ground of Kirknewton , and had fallen sadly into ruin and for- getfulness. We are now past Carnwath , and got to Subscribers-only content

    Political speeches in Scotland: Novermber and December, 1879, 1879

    Biodie, W S.; Thomas Caimichael, S. S.C. , J R. Fmdlay, Hatton House ; James Melvm, Bonmngton; William Dick , Kirknewton ; Rev. Messis. Wardrop, Taylor, and Goldie, West Caldei; Rev. Messrs. A. and W. Duncan , Midcalder; Rev. D. Subscribers-only content

    Report of the Committee on Church Interests to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1885

    's 3140 Tolbooth 1322 Trinity College 5S2 Tion 135S West Coates b (2) 850 West St Giles's 1236 Gilmerton 595 Kirknewton S7S Leith- Newhaven (3). 343 North Leith 5629 St Jo hn's 646 Do Public Meet¬ ing d St Thomas Subscribers-only content

    List of all stations on the railways of Great Britain, alphabetically arranged, 1851

    and West Yorkshire . Kirkintillock Monkland . Kirkintillock Edinburgh and Glasgow , Campsie Br, Kirkintillock Junction Edinburgh and Glasgow '. Kirknewton or Midcalder Caledonian. Kirkpatrick Caledonian. Kirkstall and Headingley Leeds and Thirsk . Kirks tall Midland , Leeds and Colne Subscribers-only content

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