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  • * British History Online *

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    Errata to volume 1

    There are also several confusions between the "u" and the "n," as for instance on page 130 "Lander" should read "Lauder"; on pp. 131, 355 and 444 "Souky" should read "Sonky"; on pp. 222 and 433 "Mohant" should read "Mohaut";

    Extracts from the Records, 1516

    Franciscus petiit instrumentum. Acta erant hec in domo habitacionis dicti Francisci. Testibus, magistro Dauid Lauder vicario de Erslidon, magistro Johanne Rynd, Willelmo Murray, notario, Willelme Lauder, Mertino Nycholl, et Roberto Liddaill. [On the twenty-second day of the month of May,

    Acts, 1776

    removal of the Presbytery of Lauder from Earlston to Lauder, which is at a considerable distance from Nenthorn, made it extremely inconvenient for him (especially in winter) to attend the meetings of the Presbytery of Lauder; and as Kelso is

    Index, L, 01 January 1547-31 December 1549

    Florentine banker, 465. Languillara , Count de. See Strozzi, Peter. Lauder , fortifications of, 269. Laval , M. de, 116. Lempesticq , receveur-general of Languedoc, 361. Lenoncourt , Cardinal, 75. Leo X , Pope, 354 note . Lescar , Bishop

    Extracts from the Records, 1506

    potuisset intelligere. Et hoc super idem Johannes conseruator huiusmodi nationis petiit instrumentum, Testibus dicto preposito, viz. Alexandro Lauder, Johanne Levingtoun, magistro Dauid Lauder vicario de Ersiltoun, Kentegerno Stevensoun, Alexandro Gray, Alexander Edgar, nuncio dicti burgi et multis aliis. [On the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shoulo probably attend to their suagestion. The'fdlrowingm singular circumstance is said to have occurred Iatelyini the villate of ULrstoni, lby Lauder. A pait-of pujeons having taken up their abode in a adwelling house in that village, btiilt a' test there, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sent back, except one who was not present at the Dover afihir . 'L'his examination was objected to by LordI Lauder dale, whbo saide that no agent was bound to rive evidence dagainst his elient,-Lord Grey said, that the object Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were pheasant shooting-, General Edell's gun' burst, asd an shattered his hand, that immrediate amposas. in5 eonsidered necessary. _inws At Lauder, on T'hursday se'nnight, Wi. Romanes, asn of Mr.- Robert Humane;, merolini, went oit early to assist im buildlte- a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 1829, he mur- dered a labourer of the name of Jameson, with whom he had quarrelled in a housenear Lauder. He had a grudge to him, and, being afraid of detection, left that part of the country. About two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by J. B. Rititi, Esq., Member of the Scottish Academy of lPaintiugs, ic. 'IAeo n-hole edited by Sir Thsomas Dicie Lauder, Bart, VII. On the 1st of February u-as published, price 6s. The BARONET; iobaming thetenth volum'e off"s'he Librasv of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A-J

    Edw.; Dawber; Ellis, H. and Mr.; Flitcroft; Follett; Fort; Gane; Goodridge; Green ; Chas. B.; Hall, Hen; Harland ; Ireson; Lauder ; Leman; Lutyens; Masters; Medlycott, Ant.; Moulton ; Nesfield ; Owen, Evan; Ponting; Read, Mr.; Reeve; Rockley ; St.

    Index K-Z

    n Wal. of (fl. 13th cent.), Wm. of, n Lattiford (Lodreford) , in N. Cheriton , chapel, Ho ., man., Lauder , Alex., architect, Laval , see Val Lawrence , Eliz., Le Sueur , Hubert, sculptor, Learoyd- Cockburn , C.

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Schools

    Boys' school erected c . 1674. Girls' school erected c . 1856. New buildings in 1877 . Willfield C.S. School, Lauder Place North , Ubberley 1956 Table XI - Reorganization of Schools, 1929-1932 For abbreviations see Table IX Tunstall Group

    Index

    canon of St. Paul's Langtry , Lily Lardeau , Mrs., m. 2 John Howard Lascelles , Edw. Latter-day Saints (Mormons) Lauder , Harry Lavender , Thos. Lavington , Chas. D. Law : Chas. Hen. lawn tennis Lawson , Ric. Laycock

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILFORD, Sir James (by 1517-50), of Hartridge, Kent.

    1547 Ofifces Held Provost-marshal of the army against Scotland 1547; capt. Lauder Apr.-June 1548, Haddington June 1548-early 1549; keeper, Little Park, Otford, Kent, and steward, manor of Gravesend, Kent 2 Feb. 1550-d. Biography James Wilford’s family, originally of Devon stock,

    SITWELL, Francis (?1776-1813), of Barmoor Castle, Northumb.

    Berwick in 1806. He offered instead, as a Pittite, for Haddington Burghs, on the strength of Lord Elcho’s interest at Lauder, but did not go to the poll. He died 18 Feb. 1813, in his 37th year.J. Wilson, Biog. Index

    MAITLAND, James, Visct. Maitland (1784-1860).

    and Lauderdale interests. His brother Anthony came in for Berwickshire.[footnote] Assisting with his family"s constituency business, Maitland presented petitions from Lauder and West Berwickshire against altering the corn laws, 26 Feb. 1827.[footnote] He divided with his brother for Catholic relief,

    STEUART, Robert (1806-1843), of Alderston, Haddington and 10 Upper Belgrave Street, Mdx.

    bill"s defeat and was returned by three votes to two after a riotous contest dominated by the kidnapping of the Lauder baillie.[footnote] The ministry"s election managers perceived that this "abstraction" was "a sad scrape for Alderston, for it involves him

    MAITLAND, Hon. Sir Anthony (1785-1863), of Thirlstane Castle, Berwick

    and state’ politics and opposition to the reform bill and praised the moderation shown by his father’s tenants during the Lauder riots.[footnote] The Times’s survey of anti-reformers in the 1831 Parliament noted the ‘filial duty’ with which Maitland ‘attends to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    and the faid Captain John Murray, and met Captain Simon and Major Frazer at Redpaith, Three or Four Miles beyond Lauder, where fome of them ftayed with. him Four or Five Days; but the Declarant came back the next Day Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1737, 2 June 1737

    Ordered, That the fame be re-printed, and pub- liflied as formerly. * Lauder again ft Aiidetfon. ers of 01- 0 bring Upon reading the Petition of Charles Lauder and The other Orders of the Day being read : George Anderfon, Subscribers-only content

    5 December 1741, 5 December 1741

    his Adherence thereto the 18th of June following ; and of another Interlocutor of the faid Lord Ordinary, of the i8th of July lair, made on the Behalf of Charles Lauder; and praying, "That the " faid Ande-fon againft -Lauder. Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1742, 13 April 1742

    to the faid Bill, without any Amendment. Anderfon againft Lauder. Chetwynd againft Whereas To-morrow is appointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein George Anderfon Merchant in Edinburgh is Appellant, and Charles Lauder Refpondent: It is Ordered, That the Hearing of the Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1742, 30 April 1742

    faid Bill, on Monday next. .E Lunae, 30 Maii. Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales prsefentes fuerunt: Pto Appeal. Anderfon againft Lauder. I Roll of Standii ders, K put oft. Adjourn. Epus. Bath. & Wells. Epus. Roffen. Epus. Hereford. Epus. Meneven. Subscribers-only content

 

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