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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, August 1592, 01 August 1592-31 August 1592

    of the Erll Bothwell, wer apprehendede as ye have hard. Burley confessed franklie and theruppon is sett att libertie. Younge Logie standeinge to denyall, and at laste confesseinge ineugh to marr him selfe, was convoyede to his escapeinge through the Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1562, December

    to doe such other things as war before accustomed in planting of kirks. C. ] Mr. Archibald Keith, minister of Logie and Balmerinoch, was discernit be the Kirk to be translated fra the forsaids kirks to sick place as where

    George III, February 1774, 01 February 1774-28 February 1774

    to endeavour to obtain justice against Joseph Stephen Rey, a French merchant, residing in Barbary. Complaint is made that Consul Logie remained at Gibraltar instead of accompanying Mr. Auld to assist and protect him, the latter being totally unacquainted with Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, December 1593, 01 December 1593-31 December 1593

    'Gray Vallentyne,' and for the reset and suppleinge of therle Boithwell, Master John Colven, the Lardes of Spoote, Burley, and Logie his Majesties declared tratoris and fugitives." Same date . "John Averieman provest of Fawkland, Robert Arnett and Johne Ballfeire Subscribers-only content

    Index, U-Z, 01 January 1596-31 December 1596

    Vishcher , Giles de, petition of, 18. Vlishling or Vvlishing . See Flushing. Vosbergius , Caspar, 513. Vvemys (Wemys). See Logie. W W. , Sir J., 22. Waad (Waade) or Wade : Captain Richard, 558. William, the secretary, 136, 149,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 February 1722, 21 February 1723

    Manner herein mentioned.*' IE Veneris, 220 Februarii. Baker's Pet. againft Lowndes's Bill. The Houfe being moved, "That James Scott of Logie Efquire may be permitted to enter into a Recogni¬ zance for Alexander Mill, William Rofs, David Butter, Baillies of Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1723, 23 May 1723

    flop the Purfiiers from ih- '" lifting in thatReafon of Reduction of the Eleftion of the " other Members, that Logie unwarrantably imprifoned " fome of the Members of the Council, during the Elec- *' tion," be, aad the fame Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1768, 22 February 1768

    Amend- j be engrofled. PkAYERS. After heat-ing Coimfel upon the Petition and Appeal Reid g of Captain Alexander Reid of Logie. complaining of DouSlas- an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland of the 2 2d Day of "January Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1770, 11 April 1770

    and Crofs Appeal of L. Falconar William Lord Falconar of Halkerton, Thomas Carnegie of sconf o Cragie, Robert Scott of Logie formerly Milne of Hat- Appeal. ton, Robert Tailyour of Kirktonhill, and others, Pro¬ prietors of Salmon Fifhings on the Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1772, 31 January 1772

    meet;" and likewife upon the1 Crofs Appeal of William Lord Falconar of Halkerton, Thomas Carnegie of Craigie, Robert Scott of Logie, for¬ merly Milne of Hatton, Robert Tailyour of Kirktonhillt and others, Proprietors of Salmon Fifhings on the River of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucestershire record office accumulations

    131 Avening and Minchinhampton manor estates D 149 Clifford family of Frampton on Severn D 181 Sewell , Rawlins & Logie of Cirencester (solicitors) D 182 Mullings, Ellett & Co. of Cirencester (solicitors) D 340A Ducie family of Tortworth D

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    GLOUCESTERSHIRE RECORD OFFICE Deposited Collections D 45 Whitmore family of Upper and Lower Slaughter D 181 Sewell , Rawlings, and Logie of Cirencester (solicitors) D 182 Mullings, Ellett, & Co. of Cirencester (solicitors) D 184 Craven family D 245 Thomas

    Kingsbury Introduction KINGSBURY IN 1597

    from 1893 until 1895. 21 Capt. Bertram Mills raised horses at Redhill farm in the early 1920s . 22 John Logie Baird (d. 1946), the television pioneer, rented the coachhouse and stables at Kingsbury Manor in 1928 and a year

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOTT, Robert (1705-80), of Dunninald, Forfar.

    (Angus) 1 Mar. 1733 171734 Biography Scott, who succeeded his kinsman, James Scott of Logie, voted with the Government on the excise bill in 1733. Defeated in 1734 and again at a by-election in 1735, he died 27 Dec. 1780.

    SCOTT, James I (1671-1732), of Logie and Castlested, Montrose, Forfar.

    I (1671-1732), of Logie and Castlested, Montrose, Forfar. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Aberdeen Burghs 1710 8 Feb 1711 Forfarshire (Angus) 30 July 1716 Oct. 1732 Ofifces Held Burgess, Aberdeen 1698; provost, Montrose 1710, 1722. Ofifces Held MP [S] Forfarshire

    SCOTT, James (1671-1732), of Logie, Forfar.

    (1671-1732), of Logie, Forfar. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 11708 Aberdeen Burghs 1710 8 Feb 1711 Forfarshire (Angus) 30 July 1716 17 Jan. 1733 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Forfarshire 1698-1702, Montrose Burgh 1702-7. Biography Of an ancient Forfarshire family, Scott, who

    SCOTT, James (c.1672-1747), of Commieston, Kincardine.

    regt. 1723-43; col of Ft. 1712; brig.-gen. 1735; maj.-gen. 1739; lt.-gen. 1743. Biography James Scott, related to James Scott of Logie and Robert Scott of Dunninald, was descended, as were all the Scotts in Angus, from the family of Balwearie,

    TOWER, Alexander (bef.1760-1813), of Ferryhill and Logie, Aberdeen.

    of Ferryhill and Logie, Aberdeen. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 1806 191807 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. commdt. Aberdeen vols. 1804, 5 regt. Aberdeen militia 1809. Biography Joshua Wilson recorded that Tower (whom he called Dr Towers) ‘acquired a fortune in the Dutch West

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Cantab.) Hebrew-H. ETER, Esq., Ph. D. (Leipzig). Eng'jsh-W. J. CRAIG, Esq., MXA. (Dubl.) Welsh-The Rev. D. SILVAw EvANS. B.D. (Lampster). Logie and Moral Philosophy-The PRINCIPAL. History and Politicol Econoiny-W. J. CRAI%, Esq., N.A. Comperative Philology-J. M. ANGUS, Esq., M.A. t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fwy o weitbgarweh a. 'Syddlon- deb. . Bob nos Iau yn nghapol Wiln str, y mao ganddo ddosbarth yn adtudio "Logie," a thys, y nifor sydd yn mynychu y oyfarfodydd fad y Swr parchedig yn ddigon craff i ddarilen alwyddion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNIVERSITY COr]EG- OF . WALES . --(ABERYSTW TrHr.). President-THE RIGHT HON. 'LORD ABERDARE. Prinipal:. : REV. THOMAS CHARLES EDWARDS, M.A. (Oxon. and Lond.), late Scholar of Lincoln College, Oxford. Professors: Greek-.The PRINCIPAL. Latin-J. Mf. ANGUS, Esq., 16.A., late Scholar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Athrofa Prifys gol Cymru, Aberystwyth. Llwvddiant yr Efrydwyr.-Ymhlith rhestr ymi- geiswyr UIvyddianus yn Arholiadau Interemidiate Arts a Science, Prifysgol lundain, a gynhaliwyd yn mis Gorphenaf diweddaf, ymddengys enwau yr efrydwyr canlynol o'r Athrofa uchod:-Arholiad Intermediate yn y Celfyddydaau (Arts).-Honours. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the remainder of their lives. No hope of saving the rest is entertained. DISTRESSING AND REVOLTING CIRCUMSTANCE.-The parish church of Logie, in the county of Ross, has again become vacant, and under circum- stances of the most painful and awful Subscribers-only content


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