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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1646

    of Cunninghamhead, John Hume of Blackader, Sir James Dundas of Arniston, Alexander Forbes, Tutor of Pitsligo, Mr George Winrham of Libberton, David Weemes of Fingask, Mr Francis Hay of Balhousie, Alexander Brodie of that Ilk, Mr Alexander Colvil of Blair,

    Acts, 1726

    at Dallas, Mr Alexander M'Bean at Inverness, Mr William Steuart there, Mr John Schaw at Leith, Mr Samuel Semple at Libberton, Mr James Grierson at Edinburgh, Mr William Miller there, Mr Neil M'Vicar at St Cuthbert's, Mr Walter Allan at

    Acts, 1727

    Culross, Thomas Black at Perth, Thomas Linning at Lesmahagow, William M'George at Pennycuik, John Hamilton at Glasgow, Samuel Semple at Libberton, James Mercer at Aberdalgie, Robert Wodrow at Eastwood, James Smith at Cramond, James Bannatyne at Edinburgh, James Craig there,

    Acts, 1725

    Principal of the New College of St Andrews, Alexander Anderson at St Andrews, James Craig at Edinburgh, Samuel Semple at Libberton, Niel M'Vicar at West Kirk, James Smith at Cramond, John Cuming at Humbie, James Hart at Edinburgh, John Wilkie

    Index, L

    of Ascoli, Imperial general (died Sept., 1536), 235, 358 p. 145. See Errata), 443 (p. 179), 513, 779 (p. 300). Libberton (Lyberton), laird of, 916 ii. Licetor. See Lister. Lichfield (Lychefyld), Warw., letters dated at, 433, 1019. -, cathedral of,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1734, 11 March 1735

    of them, or any Two of them, to fell fo much of the Lands and Baronies of Craigmillar and Nether Libberton, Teiths and Pertinents" thereof, in the Petition mentioned, as will be fufficient to pay the Sum of Fifty-one Thoufand Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1735, 22 April 1735

    Aft J^1£s<^g, " to enable Sir Charles Gilmour Barone: to fell Part of " the Lands of Craigmillar and Nether Libberton, for " Payment of Debts, with which the faid Eftate ftands " charged and encumbered." The Queftion was put, Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1735, 15 May 1735

    to enable Sir Charles Gilmour Baronet " to fell Part of the Lands and Baronies of Graigmillar " and Nether Libberton, for Payment of Debts with ** which the faid Eftate ftands charged and en- " cumbered." " 30. An Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1813, 13 May 1813

    Grants I Ier t0 K torsof f7 Co. n^' *. Margate Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 381 t< ther with the clear Money produced by the Sale of " Refolved, That it is the Opinion of Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1833, 26 April 1833

    Do- ss of t Brent: ton; 11- op: Libberton : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parish of Bigging, in the County of Hertford, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. 1U'XBRIDGE, JAN?. 31.-n Satturday,,A. H. Melnzsth, a scltoolmaster, underweit an examination on a. eharge of having criminally assaulted earah iggiseone of his pupils, on~the 22nd inst.. The case is altogether of too-revolting a nature to allow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to state, that L am- a tenant of Walter James Little Gil- ..mour, Esq., of Libberton and Craigmillar, in a-garden and other premises at Libberton; and, in consequence of having-laid out considerable sums in stocking and improving.the garden, I was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be- come very formidable, as will be seen by the following enumeration of cases:-Edinburgh, 10, 3 fatal; Leith, 4 ; Libberton from 1st No- vember, 5S, 6 fatal; Invereshk from 1st November, 2; Cramond from 1st November, 8; Lasswade, Loanbead, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daglsy, NewMarket, WorcstrStee. 8di t ITUATIOO Wanted, in Fishmonger and Poniterer's Shop; three K.5years' experienre; two years' goco charoecer.-G.. J. Libberton, rPear Tree Cottage, Broadistairr, Kent. c2670 7jATLORS (lstaterX-Wauted, Ice-engagement, as General Cutter; T~ thoroughly practical and reliable; 16 yenar' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IEXECUTION OV B¶URKE. [ We gave nsf account in~part of our1'las~ week'saImpresti051 of the eutecutioi of this attocleus crIlminal;, the falowiavni account, rowenver, contains mearry particulate which we had'nbt received irtweek.] tFi-om 11w scofesrral.) .Pursuarrttto nentonic prassed inothe HighCoutsrofJusti- Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Mr. Gladstone in Scotla nd., 1890

    to the production of milk and cheese for Glas¬ gow - we come in view of the Parish Kirk of Libberton sitting squarely on a height, and holding up its unadorned head to be a symbol, visible to the peas¬ Subscribers-only content

    Mr. Gladstone in Scotla nd., 1890

    a laird ' s son, and when he died he was buried, not in Biggar kirkyard, but in that of Libberton , four and a-half miles distant, where his bones had an ancestral right to lie. His son, John Gledstanes, Subscribers-only content

    Mr. Gladstone in Scotla nd., 1890

    who carried on the business of malting in Biggar , and had his bones interred in the family burying-ground at Libberton in 1728 . So much must content the pilgrim to Arthurshiel. A bald and windy place this Arthurshiel. When Subscribers-only content

    Report of the Committee on Church Interests to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1885

    Queensferry c Slam.innan Torphichen Uphall Do. Bioxburn Wlntbuin 3. Biggar . Biggar Broughton . Covington and Thankerton Culter Dolphmton Dunsjie Libberton and Quoth quhan Skn ling Symington Walston Wandell and Laming ton 4. Peebles e. Drumelzier Eddleston Innerleithen Kirkurd Linton Subscribers-only content

    Mr. Gladstone in Scotla nd., 1890

    to the production of milk and cheese for Glas¬ gow - we come in view of the Parish Kirk of Libberton sitting squarely on a height, and holding up its unadorned head to be a symbol, visible to the peas¬ Subscribers-only content

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