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  • * British History Online * *

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    L, Letter of Mary confirming the University's exemption from taxes (1547)

    James II., No. xxiv.; King James III., No. xxx.; King James IV., No. xliii.; and King James V., No. xlv. Linlithgow, 6 July 1547. We witht avise authorite and consent of oure derrest cousing and tutour, James erle of Arrane

    Supplementary extracts, 1612-1642

    Ordanes the thesaurer to haue ane warrand for fourtie pundis money deburst be him in this maner, to wit; to Linlithgow drummeris ten merk; to the feifearars and drummeris of Air, ten merk; to the drummeris of Paslay, ane dolour;

    Extracts from the Records, 1581, Jan-Mar

    Furleitt, Linlithgow . [The provost, bailies, and council ] ordanis ane lettre mesive to be derect to the prouest, bailies, and counsall of Linlithgow, requyiring thame to caus the furlet maid to the guid toun be the cowper of Linlithgow

    Edward VI, April 1552, 01 April 1552-30 April 1552

    buy and sell in England, with a ship of 100 tons for a year. Subscribed by her tutor, & c. Linlithgow, 10 th of her reign. Signed : Yowr graceis hwmyll cowsyng with serwyce leffwlly, James G. 1 p. Broad Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, October 1551, 01 October 1551-31 October 1551

    factors to trade with England for a year with a ship of 100 tons. Subscribed by her tutor, & c. Linlithgow, 9 th of her reign. Signed : Yowr graceis hwmyll cowsyng with serwyse leffwly, James G. 1 p. Broad Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUNDAS, George (1690-1762), of Dundas, Linlithgow.

    (1690-1762), of Dundas, Linlithgow. Constituency Dates Linlithgowshire (West Lothian) 1722 1727 Linlithgowshire (West Lothian) 1741 Apr. 1743 Ofifces Held Master of the King’s works [S] 1743-d. Biography The Dundases of Dundas had held their lands from the 12th century. George

    CARMICHAEL, Hon. James (c.1705-54), of Carmichael, Lanark.

    CARMICHAEL, Hon. James (c.1705-54), of Carmichael, Lanark. Constituency Dates Linlithgow Burghs 1734 1741 Linlithgow Burghs 16 Mar. 1748 1754 Biography James Carmichael was returned unopposed on his family’s interest for Linlithgow Burghs in 1734, voting with the Administration in all

    DUNDAS, James (1721-80), of Dundas, Linlithgow.

    (1721-80), of Dundas, Linlithgow. Constituency Dates Linlithgowshire (West Lothian) 27 Mar. 1770 1774 Ofifces Held Capt. Scots brigade in Holland, 1745; capt. 25 Ft. 1747-8; col. 94 Ft. 2 Mar. 1780-d.� Burgess of Edinburgh 3 Oct. 1770. Biography As a

    CUNYNGHAME, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (c.1685-1747), of Milncraig, Ayr, and Livingstone, Linlithgow.

    (c.1685-1747), of Milncraig, Ayr, and Livingstone, Linlithgow. Constituency Dates Linlithgowshire (West Lothian) 1715 1722 Biography Cunynghame’s family claimed descent from the earls of Glencairn through the cadet branch of Cuninghame of Craigends. Returned unopposed as a Whig in 1715, he

    HAMILTON, Alexander (1684-1763), of Innerwick and of Ballencrieff, Linlithgow.

    Innerwick and of Ballencrieff, Linlithgow. Constituency Dates Linlithgowshire (West Lothian) 1727 1741 Ofifces Held Sec. for Scotland to Prince of Wales by 1733-7; postmaster gen. [S] 1746-d. Biography The Hamiltons of Innerwick acquired their lands in the fourteenth century. Alexander

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Table of contents, 1 August 1724

    Case of Mr Richard Collier. 1725. [malt duties]. (51) (104) (159) The Case of the Election of the Shire of Linlithgow, [petn 21 Jan 1725/6. CJ xx, 547]. (52) (105) Wycombe Election, [petns 7 Feb & 8 March 1725/6]. See Subscribers-only content

    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    by the Attainders of Earls Viscounts Marifhal, Southesk, Kenmure, Mar, Airly, Kingfton, Nithfdale, Carnwath, Kilfyth. Winton, Callender, by the At- Linlithgow, tainder of Earl Lith- Lords Perth, gow, Seaforth, Panmure. Sinclair, Burleigh, Duffus, Nairn, of high Treafon, for their Acceffion Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Lothian, Lennox, Annandale. Gordon, Queensberry, "" Aigyle, Earls Douglas, Athole, ' Crauford, Montrofe, Erroll, Roxburgh. Marifhal, Earls Sutheiland, Mar, Monteith, Rothes, Mortoun, Buchan, Glencairn, Eglintoun, Caffils, Caithnefs, Murray, Nithfdale, Wintoun, Linlithgow, Hume, Peith, Wigtoun, Strathmore, Abei corn, Kelly, Hi 1- Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1712, 17 February 1713

    Nottingham. Comes Rochefler. Comes Abingdon. Comes Holderne/s. Comes Scarbrough. Comes Coventry. Comes Greenwich. Comes Wharton. Comes Cholmondeley, Comes Mar. Comes Linlithgow. Comes Loudoun. Comes Findlater. Comes Tlay. Comes Ferrers. Comes Dartmouth. Vifcount Say & Seale. Vifcount Hatton. Vifcount Longueville. Vifcount Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1712, 3 March 1713

    Rochefter. Comes Abingdon. Comes Scarbrough. Comes Warrington. Comes Coventry. Comes Orford. Comes Greenwich. Comes Wharton. Comes Mar. Comes Eglintoun. Comes Linlithgow. Comes Loudoun. Comes Findlater. Comes Orkney. Comes Rofeberie, Comes Play. Comes Ferrers, Comes Dartmouth. Ds. Bergavenny. Ds. Delawar. Ds. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20th alt. John Grant (coammonly called Brosie), collier in Grangepans, who has been a prisoner for s6ie time past ia Linlithgow prison, accused with athers of assault and robbery of Charles M'Brierty, dffeoted his eseap6. from gaol; and being jmimediately Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to inmagine who couid believe them. But .,now the mystery is unravelled. They were no doubt taken fieot the - Linlithgow Free Press !-Seotsman. - MR. ABseNtEanY.-We have been rather surprised that Mr. Abernetlhy ;sbouldl have applied to the Chancellor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By R. C HAMBERS. A Now Edir"nO, VIP fine plates of Abbotiford, Melrose Abbey, Fastcastle, StOnebyres Liel I t; burgh, Linlithgow Polaoe, Loch Katriote, and Clenese. a Pjs phs $0 SMITH'S WEALTH of NATIONS. With large Additions bybuitb ' M'Calloch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weeks. yiA3BERS'S PICTURE of SCOTLAND; 2 vols. post 8vo. with eight fine plates 1 f Abbotsford, Melrose, Fastcastle, Stonebyres, Edinburgh, Linlithgow, lash Iatrine, and Glencoe; Second Edition, 11. Is. BROWN'S PHILOSOPHY of theMIND ; Svo. 11. Is. nUME'lS PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seriows consideration of Government. The petition was laid on the table. Wednesday, Dec. 15. The Duke of H&A31LTON presented petitionsfrom Linlithgow, Hamilton; and another place in Scotland, for reform in Parliament It had been said that the people of Edinburghwanted Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 4th February 1843

    never been more exposed, than on that particular last day, when I was so nervous in going through Stirling & Linlithgow . He talked further on many interesting topics, - books, &c. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing

    Friday 15th September 1854

    speed those who take part in it! - We started at ¼ to 9 by the well known line, - Linlithgow , - Stirling, - Forfar , - Perth, - by Aberdeen & on the Banchory , where we left

    Saturday 31st August 1850

    us. It was extremely hot in the train, & excessively dusty. The scenery soon became beautiful & hilly. We passed Linlithgow , Falkirk , Stirling & Perth reaching Coupar Angus , where we found the Duke of Atholl , -

    Tuesday 13th September 1842

    the carriage closed after this & eat our cold luncheon. We passed Ld Zetland , on the road. Shortly before Linlithgow , where we changed horses, Ld Hopetoun met us. Unfortunately we did not see the Castle, which is so

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    George Cattermole's Portfolio of Drawings; Hamilton of Bothwell Haugh, 1848

    George Cattermole's Portfolio of Drawings; Hamilton of Bothwell Haugh Plate I; James Hamilton in armour and wearing a plumed helmet, kneeling with his left knee on a small covered table holding a pistol and looking grimly out of a

    George Cattermole's Portfolio of Drawings; Hamilton of Bothwell Haugh, 1848

    George Cattermole's Portfolio of Drawings; Hamilton of Bothwell Haugh Plate I; James Hamilton in armour and wearing a plumed helmet, kneeling with his left knee on a small covered table holding a pistol and looking grimly out of a

    Scotland Delineated; Linlithgow Palace, 1854

    Delineated; Linlithgow Palace [palace/mansion] Landscape with view of palace from pool in foreground with cattle wading, a herdsman standing beside and woman sitting with child on adjacent logs, a woman walking away towards the house carrying pails. c.1847-1854Lithograph printed with

    Lintlithgow., 1844

    Lintlithgow. [picnic] A group of women and men seated in a park on a riverbank, on a blanket covered in dishes and food; a servant approaching with a glass and jug on a tray; a falconeer standing at the

 

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