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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1576, Oct-Dec

    remeid. 15 November 1576. Commoun seill of Leith. Walter Cant, sumtyme baillie of Leith, vnder the prouest and baillies foirsaidis, delyueris to Alexander Guthre, thair commoun clark, the auld commoun seill of Leith, and askit instrumentis. 22 No vember 1576.

    Addendum, Proclamation by the Secret Council, June 1572, 01 June 1572-30 June 1572

    other foreign countries, ordain a herald, master, or other officer of arms to pass to the shore and pier of Leith, and other places needful, and there command and admonish all manner of persons within the said burgh that they Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1577, Jan-Mar

    Juges, prymegilt. The baillies and counsall remembering thame selues to haif gevin and disponit to vphald of the hospital of Leith the dewtie of the prymegilt of all schippis arryuing at the pourt and hawin thairof, and vnderstanding that sum

    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 3 March 1658-9, 03 March 1659-03 March 1659

    Mr. Cole. I came late, so know not what other business passed that day. 1 "Captain Langley to Secretary Thurloe. Leith, March 3, 1658 – 9. "Here are severall bookes sent downe, one entitled the Leveller ; another, the Good

    Extracts from the Records, 1574, Apr-June

    xx xv li. xix s. xd. Villa, craftis, Leith. The foresaidis baillies, counsall, and dekynnis dischargis voluntarlie all pactioun and band maid betuix thame in ony tyme bygane and the craftismen of Leith, and of all dewtie acclamit or that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at y Genhadaeth Dramor. lO,OOOp. i waddoli cadair wyddon- ol genedlaethol y ColegNewydd, a10,OOOp. at achos eg- Iwys arall yu Leith neu Edinburgh. Dywedir fod ei Mawrhydi y Frenhines yn bwriadu rhoddi 50p. at eglwys newydd Holy Trinity, Richmond, yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crosses, Blaenau Fiestiniog. Bydd hyn yn ddiau yn gaffaeliad mawr yn nghymydogaeth chwareli y lie. Collodd llestr o'r enw Leith Packet, perthynol i Gaernarfon, ynghyda'r holl ddwylaw, yn agos i Gaer- gybi, un o'r dyddiau o'r blaen. Y mae Cwmni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iau diweddaf, y 24ain; a boreu dranoeth, am oddeutu pump o'r Y gloch, rhedwyd iddi gnu " Edie," perthynol i Leith. Y Yr oedd y Ilestr flaenaf wrth angor, ond dywedir unad L oedd ei goleuni arferol yn y golwg. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sidrkau fod cytundeb d-irgel~idd yn bodoli rhwng-Prwsin a Rwsiat Dywedir fed pab gobaith am' "Swiftsure-llestr LEiarn wr, :niesydd, berthynol i 'Leith, am'nyr bon di SlrV~ i r~a dwd~ l hw er'a tro Xldi'la6 l~ York, ~dici~rhdd h' fn n ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chwilio yn afiwyddianus am rywbeth i"w wneyd, wrth fyned adref wedi methu sierhau lle fel pl entis gyda grocer yn Leith, oherwydd ei fod yn rhy wan ; at y gwaith, tarawodd ei lygaid ar bapyr hysbysiad yn ffenestr Mr..Sutherland, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEITH, Alexander (1741-80), of Burgh St. Peter, Norf.

    the second seat, though not Leith; but because of ‘the shortness of time’ he left Robinson to settle matters, assuring him that he would be satisfied with his decision.[footnote]The Public Ledger wrote in 1779 that Leith had voted ‘with Lord

    CAREY, Henry (d.1581).

    him is in January 1572, when the Earl of Mar wrote to Hunsdon regretting that he had not arrived at Leith in time to see ‘your son Mr. Harry’, who had just returned to England.[footnote]It is possible that he was

    KER, James (d.1768), of Bughtrig, Roxburgh.

    KER, James (d.1768), of Bughtrig, Roxburgh. Constituency Dates Edinburgh 1747 1754 Biography ‘Mr. Ker, the jeweller’, the Duke of Argyll wrote to Pelham, 23 July 1747, discussing candidates at the Edinburgh election,is certainly a Whig, but he was too

    LAYTON, Thomas II (d.1593), of Dalemain, Cumb.

    of Carlisle cathedral, and his name appears as one of those responsible for taking the spring musters of 1581 in Leith ward, Cumberland.He died 3 Sept. 1593, leaving as heir his second but eldest surviving son Thomas, who was, in

    GREGORY, Mark (d.1793), of King's Arms Yard, Coleman St., London

    Aug. 1784 1790 Biography Gregory was a London corn and flour merchant with correspondents at Leith, Liverpool, and Lynn. He also traded with Spain and Turkey, and was partner in a commercial house at Barcelona.Gregory did not stand at the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 March 1703, 20 March 1704

    He faid, " He left St. German's the Firft of June, " and took Shipping at Rotterdam, and landed at Leith *' in Scotland." He owned, " that he had been Secretary " to the E.. of Middleton; and that Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1708, 23 November 1708

    '• come to that Port." 9. " Newcaflle. Convoys and Cruizers, that have " come into that Port." 10. " Leith. Convoys and Cruizers, that have come 11 to that Port." II." River Medway and The Nore. Convoys and '« Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1728, 1 May 1728

    's Anfwer Mary GolvUl Lady Kincardine, Two of the Refpondents *° Malay's to the Appeal of James Murray Merchant in Leith, was ppea * this Day brought in. 2Ä?£ After hearing Counfel, as well Yefterday as this sirT.Taylor.Day, upon the Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1728, 27 January 1729

    teenth Day of March next may be appointed, for X^! " hearing the Caufe wherein James Murray Merchant " in Leith is Appellant, and David Erfiine and others " are Refpondents:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1728, 14 March 1729

    adjourned till Monday next. The Houfe being informed, "That the Parties in u the Caufe wherein James Murray Merchant in Leith " is Appellant, and David Erfiine and others are lie- " fpondents, were agreed, with refpecT: to the Matters Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    you will have the cause taken up less than a couple of hours upon an average, as in an Englan Leith Scotch and English small debt Courts, or more than a couple of years or in on one the Scottish

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Roman Catholicism

    280, 287. T. M. Leith , Records of the Mission of St. Peter, Cobridge (MS. at St. Peter's , Cobridge ), ff. 3 3 b , 34 a , 36 a . This was compiled by Leith while he was

    Townships Ashworth

    employed by the imprisoned Queen of Scots on an embassy to her son, King James . He was arrested at Leith in 1583 and put to the torture, Queen Elizabeth urging this in the hope of obtaining knowledge of suspected

    Parishes Boldre

    61 This land reverted to the king, presumably on the death of Hugh, and was then granted to John de Leith to hold on the same condition. 62 Before 1353, however, it had passed to Henry de Welles, lord of

    Parishes Wotton

    in the northern slopes of Leith Hill , and run first from south to north and then east to west towards the Wey, uniting at Wotton House . The streams on the other slope of Leith Hill run to the

    Townships Urmston

    was buried at Flixton . His memorial brass states that he was 'captain over 200 foot at the siege of Leith and at the rebellion in the north.' By his second wife he acquired the estate of Foxdenton in Chadderton

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Guernsey and Jersey . Under whose prosperous Conduct, glorious Victory hath been so often and so fortunately obtained at Edinborough, Leith , and Muscleborough Field. A Princess descended of noble Linage, being Daughter to the worthy Knight, Sir Edward Stanhop,


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