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  • * British History Online *

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    C, Charter of disponition of Subdean Milns (1620)

    Maij anno Domini millesimo sexcentesimo vigesimo, coram his testibus magistro Jacobo Corbet de Towcors, Magistro Jacobo Andirsoun, Georgio Huchesoun de Lambhill et Adamo Scot servitore Joannis Thomsoun clerici dicti burgi [Sic subscribitur ] . S. W. Stewart off Mynto; J.

    CII, Charter of Archbishop confirming immunities of the University (1628)

    in suis beneficis personaliter residere infuturum. In Cujus Rei Testimonium, presentibus, ex chirographo magistri Jacobi Andersone, servitoris Georgii Hutchesone de Lambhill, notarii publici, manu nostra ac manibus dicti decani et capituli, in signum suorum consensus et assensus ad premissa subscriptis

    Addenda to abstracts

    CONTRACT between the provost, bailies, and councillors of the burgh of Glasgow, and Thomas Hutchesone of Lambhill, brother and heir to George Hutchesone of Lambhill, whereby on the narrative of the said George Hutcheson's Mortification, dated 16 December 1639 [No.

    Extracts from the records, 1640

    gave his aith de fideli administratione tharintill . Hutchesoun, letter of fundatioun and mortificatioun . Comperit maister Thomas Hutchesoun of Lambhill, in presens of the saides provest, bailyies, and counsall, and desyrit that the letter of fundatioun and mortificatioun, maid

    Additions and corrections to the Preface

    clxv Between lines 7 and 8, add dlxiv " Between lines 13 and 14, add " clxvi Line 6, after "Lambhill," add as footnote " " Footnote 1, add " clxviii Footnote 2, add " clxix Footnote 6, add dlxv

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    DC.CP.1685/7

    Hill (Lambhill) : undefined Participant: Ellen Turner [Turner] Alternate name: Ellen Bullock [Bullock] Role: defendant Details: female; [Disputed] Wife of Thomas Bullock; [Alleged] Sister of Elizabeth Bullock (deceased), wife of Thomas Bullock Location: Handsworth (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Lamb Hill (Lambhill) :

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 February 1781, 27 February 1781

    Graham, John Graham, of Duchray, George Graham of Kingrofs, John Far- quhar Gray of Kilmilncroft and Kilmardinny, Robert Graham of Lambhill, Michael Bogle Merchant in Glaf- gow, John Gr^me Writer to the Signet, George Stewart Younger, of Grandtully, Robert Scott Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1811, 28 January 1811

    pfacaa|a^nft of Douglas and Clydefdak Baron Button, his Commif- Scott-" fioner, and of John Knox of Letham, William Dykes of Lambhill, and others, Heritors of the Parifh of Avendale; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of Subscribers-only content

    14 July 1813, 14 July 1813

    and Alexander Marquefs of Douglas and Clyde/dale Baron Dutton, his Commiflioner, and of John Knox of Letham, William Dykes of Lambhill and others, Heritors of the Parifh of Avendale ; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 4 February 1818

    Watkss Williams Wvxij, Esq. in the Chah-. The Chairman laid before the Committee the following Letter, received by him. " Lambhill, by Strathaven, 18th April 1818. " Sir,—I received the order of the Committee of Privileges of the House of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 4 February 1818

    auy other letter? ~No, I cannot; because I have kept no copies of them. Have you seen Mr. Dykes at Lambhill, since you knew that there was an inquiry upon this business instituted ?—I called after receiving- the summons, presuming Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H~unter, Bridge Street, Glasow, £3,400; Alexander Smillie.' grocer, Girvan, '3,400; Jessie Ewing Dick, Melville Street, Edinburgh, £3,300; William Rodgers, butcher, Lambhill, £3,200; Hugh Brechin, es-magistrate of Glasgow, £63,180 his; Mary and Annie Wright, Great Western Railway, Glasgow, £3,000; and Donald Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and he was hardly so fit as he might have been made. Two other non-per. farmers showed in Monitor and Lambhill, but they were not thought much of, and speculation settled down between Automaton and Cachuca, the filly by Voltigear, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Partick Division. The Unionists alone held a meeting in the outlying districts of Lambhill. In the evening both sides held meetings. Sir Charles Tennant addressed two gatherings in Possail Park, one being an overflow meeting, and he was supported Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of roads, were met by a few landowners and others, who had presented a petition, praying that the roads along Lambhill should be improved by widening it and making a short level cut through that part of the hill called Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Cranstal. for the cartage of their produce and stuff to and from Ramsey. The traffic is still heavier from Lambhill to Poolusthey. The road is kept in repair by the Board. This road would cost £200 to widen and Subscribers-only content

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