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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o fuddugoliaeth. Ceir chwedl dda am Mr. Gladstone yn y British Weekly am yr wythnos ddiweddaf, gan G. L., o Laurencekirk. Dengys y dyn yn y bachgen. Y diwrnod yr oedd Mr. Gladstone yn cyraedd y lie i gladdu ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; bht not before he had given one of his ptrsiiers the hingfraternal.---47araick Paper. There is at present alive, near Laurencekirk, an old woman, named Widow Watsonwho had eight sons, all of u hom enlisted during the late war, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    decided ap- proval of the line nOw proposed, and ahich may be described as follows: -From Aberdeen by Seosiohas-en, Dromlithle, Laurencekirk, Marycihk, Dabton near Montease, and Bridg e of Dun near Reehin, to Friekhinte and Gutlrie, points alone seven miles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 'The Essay on Truth,' and Professor of Moral Phi- losophy in Aberdeen for some forty years, was born at Laurencekirk, a few miles north of Miontrose, in 1735, and died in 1803. The namesake, not a relative, whose life Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the end of his scarf and lie was dIrwn.is up to the shafting, an(d stratirgled Iis brother, wiho was at Laurencekirk market, found hilml il that position tsheme he returned, with the machinery stepped. Major 13 enoral Gibbs, senior officer Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 May 1817, 19 May 1817

    of Dee, " Southward, through the County of Kincardine, to " Stonehaven, and from thence by Inverbervie, and " by Laurencekirk, to the Lower and Upper Bridges " over the River North Esk; and for making and " repairing other Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1817, 12 June 1817

    Bridge of Dee, Southward, through the County of " Kincardine, to Stonehaven, and from thence by " Inverbervie and by Laurencekirk, to the Lower and « Upper Bridges over the River North Esk; and " for making and repairing other Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1817, 13 June 1817

    Road Bi": Bridge of Dee Southward, through the County of Kincardine, to Stonehaven, and from thence, by Inverbervie and by Laurencekirk, to the Lower and Upper Bridges over the River North Esk; and for making and repairing other Roads in Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1817, 16 June 1817

    Bridge of Dee Southward, through the County of " Kincardine, to Stonehaven, and from thence by " Inverbervie, and by Laurencekirk, to the Lower " and Upper Bridges over the River North Esk, and " for making and repairing other Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1817, 16 June 1817

    Bridge of Dee Southward, through " the County of Kincardine to Stonehaven, and " from thence by Inverbervie, and by Laurencekirk, " to the Lower and Upper Bridges over the River " North Esk, and for making and repairing other Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Lists of Royal Commissioners, moderators and clerks

    Drymen 1820, Dr Thomas Macknight, Edinburgh 1821, Dr Duncan Mearns, Professor of Divinity, King's College, Aberdeen. (Dr George Cook of Laurencekirk was also put in nomination, but Dr Mearns was elected by a majority of 23.) 1822, Dr David Lamont,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 11 May 1832, 11 May 1832-11 May 1832

    Pounds:" It is Ordered , That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Laurencekirk: Upon reading the Petition of the Burgesses and other Inhabitants of Laurencekirk and its Vicinity, whose Names a re thereunto subscribed; taking notice of the

    Acts, 1796

    Advocate. From the Presbytery of Fordoun, Mr Alexander Thom at Glenbervie, Mr James Leslie at Fordoun, Mr George Cook at Laurencekirk, ministers; John Burnet, Esq., Advocate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Aberdeen, Dr George Gordon at Aberdeen, Mr George

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 21 April 1831, 21 April 1831-21 April 1831

    County of Cumberland , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Laurencekirk: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Burgesses and other Inhabitants of the free and independent Burgh of Barony of Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Cordiners

    Acts, 1834

    Montrose. From the Presbytery of Fordoun, Mr Allan Stewart at Kinneff, Mr John Glegg at Bervie Mr John Cook at Laurencekirk, ministers; George Douglas, Esq., Sheriff-depute of Kincardineshire, ruling elder. From the Burgh of Bervie, Alexander Gibbon, Esq., of Johnstone,

 

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