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  • * British History Online * *

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    Corrigenda

    Lammerston read Sammerston, i.e .; Hamilton of Samuelston, not the Laird of Lamington, as in index. " 544, No. 974, for [1594 ] read [1595 ] . " 546, No. 980, evidently belongs to Michaelmas 1602, and concerns the two Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, September 1737, 01 September 1737-29 September 1737

    Winnington, Mr. Earle. Peter Barlow, junr., of Tiverton, to be surveyor of window lights for the county of Somerset, loco Lamington, who is otherwise provided for. The order for the 1,000,000 l. to the South Sea Company is to be

    Surnames beginning 'L'

    Lambrick Mary, ser, 48.13 Lamburn Mary, ser, 32.14 Lame John; Eliz, w, 47.15 Lamforde : Anne, ser, 58.16 John, 41.6 Lamington Sar, ser, 20.3 Lamkin David, tailor, 42.2 Lamley : John, ser, 31.15 Mary, ser, 6.17 Lammas : Dan; Martha,

    Index, B, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    a jewel of Babington's left with, 614; examination of (11th Aug. 1586), ib . Blantyre , Prior of: letter from Lamington to, 84; moves that the nobility be convened, 301; desires of James VI. in favour of, 384. Blois : Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1646

    Sir Archibald Johnston of Warriston, Sir David Hume of Wedderburn, Sir Robert Innes of that Ilk, Sir William Baily of Lamington, Sir John Muncreiffe of that Ilk, James Macdougal of Garthland, Patrick Cockburn of Clarkington, Sir Hugh Campbel of Cesnock,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ynechyarel y-lalechwe~dd ddyddiani DSadwvrn a, . Line."i ' ymere'd&ci gliddedigaeth 1e ddydckLlen * - diireddaf, yraeghiadda y te Leu ye Lamington. eol Hddweh i lwch yr hen foa ds.- at do~~~~~~~~~~~~dn Id -Dygwyd aches Alexanderi 8hesa, YL.It2'liSd. i' fl a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arferiad Poat-casds ar ddnll newydd, yr hwn a oglurhawyd genym vchydig amsor yn ol. CEARTER I GWMNSI BORNEO OGLEDDOL. Arglwydd Lamington a alwodd sylw at y Charter a ganiatawyd ya 1881 i Gwmni Borneo Ogleddol, er mwyn dangos fod awdurdod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn n o Firmingham. Yr wythnos ddiweddaf, bu yn br l- Ilywydda ar giniaw a roddid i Arglwydd ei li Lamington, yr hwn sydd ar gychwyn i ffwrdd i ho n ddechreu ar ei waith fel ULywodraethwr n Queensland,a chafodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are, of course, unto whom the memory of Clyde trout and salmon is precious, who have fished from Abington to Lamington, and carried fat creels almost from Arran to the Falls; but these are itinerant enthusiasts, who make no inquiry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    't portant question. it The Eatrl of Mcmznsri,iy (vehis stated that Earl Granville, I II who wouldl have answered Lord Lamington, hand been up dsiirnoneul to Windsdor) thanked the noable lord for the we, manr nwhich' lo lied called atteiition Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARMICHAEL, Sir James, 4th Bt. (c.1690-1727), of Bonnington, Lanark.

    Edinburgh on 16 July 1727 and was buried at Lamington, an estate (reportedly worth 20,000 merks p.a.) which his wife had recently inherited from her father. In expectation of succeeding to Lamington, Carmichael’s eldest son, William, adopted the surname Baillie-Carmichael,

 

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