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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 December 1767, 1 December 1767

    of this Houfe for that Purpofe :" And thereupon an Affidavit of Charles Robert/on, Clerk to Mr. William Robert/on of Ladykirk, being read: Ordered, That the faid Refpondent do put in his Anfwer to the faid Appeal, peremptorily, in a Subscribers-only content

    24 November 1802, 24 November 1802

    on the Firft vacant Day for Caufes after thofe already appointed. Upon reading the Petition of William Robertfon, of Robertfon's Ladykirk, Efquire; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, Petition re" for the Purpofes in the faid Petition mentioned : Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1803, 1 March 1803

    E- Flfe- Hodie 2a vice lecla efi Billa; intituled, " An A& to Robertfoa'* " enable William Robertfon Efquire, of Ladykirk, to " " exchange the Lands of Bandeath, Hillhoufe Field, " and Kirklands of Bolton, lying refpeftively in the Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1803, 18 March 1803

    Lords Com- Robertfon't mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable Blll# " William Robert/on Efquire, of Ladykirk, to exchange " the Lands of Bandeath, Hill-houfe Field, and Kirk- lands of Bolton, lying refpedtively in the Counties Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1803, 18 March 1803

    the fame. Hodie 3a vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, " An Act to Robertfon's " enable William Robertfon Efquire, of Ladykirk, to ex- Bill: " change the Lands of Bandeath, Hill-houfe Field, and " Kirklands of Bolton, lying refpeftively in Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, June 1559, 01 June 1559-30 June 1559

    in 2 or 3 days. They rest quiet till Parliament determines the establishment of religion. We met the Scots at Ladykirk on 31 May, perused each other's commissions, and met next day. They stick much for Scotsmen passing through England Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1690

    Abbotsrule, Mr John Bowes at Abbotshall, Mr Patrick Lyon at Kinghorn, Mr Symon Cowpar at Dunfermline, Mr William Crawford at Ladykirk, Mr James Orr at Huttoun, Mr Adam Peacock at Morbattle, Mr Daniel Urquhart at Clackmannan, Mr George Monro at

    Acts, 1722

    Spott, Henry Schaw at Cockburnspath, John Campbell at Cranshaws, James Gilliland at Greenlaw, Thomas Anderson at Ayton, George Ridpath at Ladykirk, James Christie at Simprim, James Ramsay at Kelso, William Baxter at Ednam, Alexander Coulden at Oxnam, Robert Bell at

    Elizabeth, May 1559, 11-20, 11 May 1559-20 May 1559

    there will be great unquietness for us." Thinks it good to move the Dowager that it may be at the Ladykirk, or at Norhamkirk, or else at Foulden; or the Bonnewood, if it may be treated abroad in the fields.

    Acts, 1752

    elder. From the Presbytery of Chirnside, Mr William Wilson at Coldstream, Mr James Allan at Eyemouth, Mr John Tod at Ladykirk, ministers; Mr John Swinton, younger of that Ilk, Advocate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Kelso, Mr Thomas Pollock

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    picture is artistic, but the artist has thrown all this away, we think, upon the wrona model. "The Tweed at Ladykirk" (22), by James Peel, and " Biruam iBill, Perthshire" (30), by T. J. Ellis, are both remarkable for their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edinburgh papers corntaiis the following paragraphl: On Thursday night last, whilst a posse of water-bailiffs were perambulating the Tweed, near Ladykirk, they started tivo men ecigaged in fishisg.. One of the poacless, after ruinning about 200 yards was about to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Allen ., 5 8 5 Charcoal .. ..3 7 ( irec ..I .. 4 8 Jack's Alive . 4 ptlid Ladykirk '. .. 6 8 0 Tho GOLD-MOUNsTED WHrI, with 10 sova, added to a Sweep- stakes oft s ov Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barbara Alien 6 8 5 Sir Welkin 3 7 6 Picco .. .. 4 8 4 Ohareoal .. 3 61 Ladykirk .. .. 5 8 0 Jacka Alive 4 paid Little Doe.. .. 6 8 0 The GLAsoow PLATE Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resolved to contest Berwickshire, the seat for which has been rendered vacant by the olevation of Mr. David Robertson, of Ladykirk, to the peerage. Lord Dunglass, son of the Earl of Home, has it is Understood, been selected as their Subscribers-only content

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