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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1660

    Bell . John Bell, provest, made report that conforme to ane memorandum given him to speik with the Laird of Lockerbie and the Earle of Hartfeild servant anent their tynd tak dewtie awand to the toune, that he had spokin

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    to have farm of markets of London Kincaid , Margaret, relict of Robert, resignation of lands of Lockerbie by Robert, lands of Lockerbie apprised by executor of. See Shaw, James. King , Barnabas, D.D., Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, petition Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    lands of Lockerbie and other lands into Lochzeall. See Locheil. Lochzeill. See Cameron, Sir Ewen, of Locheil; Locheil. Lock , Robert, who carried away Lord Grey, recognizances of Locke , John, expulsion from Christ Church, Oxford warrant for Lockerbie , Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the records, 1657

    Thursday of Marche nixttocume, and ordaines lettres to be direct for acquenting the Earle of Annandaill, lairdis of Lag and Lockerbie thairwith. 26 November 1657. Drymen, tyndis to be sett . The foirsaids magistratis and counsall, tacking to thair consideratioune

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 5 March 1830, 05 March 1830-05 March 1830

    also, The Answer of The Most Noble Charles Marquess and Earl of Queensberry , and of John Douglas Esquire, of Lockerbie , and William Paul Esquire, Accountant in Edinburgh , Trustees of the said Noble Marquess in room of Charles

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 June 1795, 3 June 1795

    Premifes, as to this Houfe, in their Lordfhips great Wifdom, fhall feem " meet; and that Mungo Dobie, Writer in Lockerbie, " may be required to airnver the faid Appeal;" It is Or dered, That the faid Mungo Dobie may Subscribers-only content

    30 November 1795, 30 November 1795

    Hugh Seymour's Anfnerto Thanks of the Houfe. Evans againft Jones, in Error. Grote et al. againft Har¬ rison, in Krrw. Lockerbie, was this Day brought in. Counfel (according to Order) were called in, to be further heard in the Caufe Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1825, 21 February 1825

    the Petition of The Most Honorable berry's Petn Charles Marquess of Queensberry, and John Douglas refd to Judges Esquire, of Lockerbie, Heirs of Entail of the Lands and in Scotland. Estates therein mentioned ; praying Leave to bring in a Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1830, 4 March 1830

    Answer of The Most Noble Charles Sir J.Mont- Marquess and Earl of Queensberry, and of John Douglas gomeryetal. Esquire, of Lockerbie, and William Paul Esquire Accoun- v-M-of tant in Edinburgh, Trustees of the said Noble Marquess ^Srif"' in room of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    270. Lennoxtown, 329. Leslie, 329. Letham, 406. Leven, 464. Lilliesleaf, 310. Linlithgow, 295. 329. Loanhead, 270. Lochie, 395. Lochmaben, 247. Lockerbie, 295. Lochwinnoch, 329. London, Dissenters from the several Congregations of Protestant Dissenters of the Three Denominations in and within Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Highweek, Devonshire, coal merchant. ticotch S~equcenrations.-A Hood, Inverness, baker-J Macdougall, Kil- more and tilbride, Argyleshire, farmer-I Lawson, Biggar, merchant-J Turner, Lockerbie, farmer-D Shiacb, Elgin, grocer. Fridao'y, October 28. Wal Office, Pallmall, October21, 1859.-5tth Regiment of Foot: Lientenant, General J H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not arrive till 9.44 he and 12.40 a.m.. being over twelve hours late. The passen. ~er gers were detained at Lockerbie, and some of them suffered he severely. ho The block on the Midland Railway between Hawes he Junction and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    February 26,1884, the of executors of which are Measrs. Williamn Roxburgh, of London Road, Liverpool, and Joseph Blacklock, of Y1 Lockerbie, Dnmfries!hiire, and testators' niece, 1i.s5 Mary lhe Edgar, has bequeathed the following sums to charities:- LsI To the Baptist Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. According to latest arrangements, the QUEEN will leave Osborne for Balmoral next Tuesday. The Earl of CEICHESTER, Lord-Lieutenant of the county of Sussex, who has just completed his eightieth year, is the " father " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    smilingly, saul that everybody had been very good to theom. On the resumption of the journey, three cheersP wore given. Lockerbie was the next statioa at which a haltd wa made, and aconsiderable number of people were wait- P isig Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOPE JOHNSTONE, John James (1796-1876), of Raehills, Dumfries.

    Annandale, who had died unmarried and insane in 1792. This property, with its mansion at Raehills, ten miles north-west of Lockerbie, made him the second largest landholder (after the dukes of Buccleuch) in a county for which his father, a


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