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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, November 1749, 01 November 1749-30 November 1749

    of Henry Sinclair and Adam Inglis his Factor, George Sinclair Merchant in Wick , Sir John Sinclair of Longformacus, John Sinclair of Longformacus, John Sinclair Writer in Edinburgh , Sir Robert Sinclair of Stevenson, John Lockhart of Castlehill , Mr

    Index, L, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    royal bounty for, 121. Longbridge , Edmund, petition of, 93. Longden , Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for Worcestershire, 443. Longformacus , Longformacco , Louformacus , co. Berwick, 280, 680. Longtown , co. Cumberland, riding surveyor at, 209. Longuevergne ,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, December 1749, 01 December 1749-31 December 1749

    same Reason. Adjourn. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit pr sens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque ad et in diem Mercurii, decimum diem Januarii Jam prox sequen hora undecima Auror , Dominis sic decernentibus. Origin, Appellant Postea Longformacus; vide p 438. a & b

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, February 1750, 11-20, 11 February 1750-20 February 1750

    Henry Sinclair of Carlourie Esquire and Adam Inglis his Factor, George Sinclair Merchant in Wick , Sir John Sinclair of Longformacus, John Sinclair Wri ter in Edinburgh , Sir Robert Sinclair of Stevenson, John Lockhart of Castlehill , Mr. George

    Acts, 1722

    Baird of Newbyth, Baronet, Sir James Hall of Dunglass, Baronet, Sir John Stewart of Allanbank, Baronet, Sir Robert Sinclair of Longformacus, Baronet, Sir John Swinton of that Ilk, Archibald Douglas of Cavers, Thomas Haliburton of Newmains, and Sir Walter Riddel

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 November 1749, 28 November 1749

    Henry Sin¬ clair and Adam Jnglis his FaSor, George Sinclair Mer¬ chant in Wick, Sir John Sinclair of Longformacus, John Sinclair of Longformacus, John Sinclair Writer in Edin¬ burgh, Sir Robert Sinclair of Stevsnfon, John Lockhart of Cajilehill, Mr. George Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1750, 28 March 1750

    of Eccles, John Brozvn Taylor in Fogo One of the Elders of the Kirk Seffion thereof, Peter Sharp School-maftcr in Longformacus One of the Elders of the Kirk Seffion thereof, William Bartram Tenant in Crainfhaws One of the Elders of Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1832, 19 March 1832

    Berwick," an existing Turnpike Road " leading from Fasney Bridge, on the Confines of the " County of Haddington, by Longformacus, 'till it join " the present Turnpike Road from Greenlaw to Dunse, " Three Times in some one Newspaper Subscribers-only content

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

    252. Lochwinnoch, 124. 165. Logie, 315. Logie Easter, 136. Logie and Pert, 193. Logiealmond, 206. Logie Buchan, 354. Logierait, 382. Longformacus, 329. Lonmay, 295. Loth, 329. Lothian, Moderator of the Synod of, 295. Luce, New, 271. Lunan,315. Lundie,295. Luss, 206. Subscribers-only content

    Thirtieth Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    - To Mss. Helen Menzies - To Mas-y Bertram - To Henry Scott, F3arl of Delorain To Lady Sinclair, of Longformacus To Mrs. John Robertson - - - To Lady Livingston - - - To Misses Ann and Elizabeth Livingston Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    many years. i :SRxso CASE TOF S'STRANGULATIOI.-On Wednesday C night a schoolboy named George Tweedie, aged fourteen years, belonging to Longformacus, Duns, was found dead j under distressing circumstances. He was restrning t home from school at Cranshaws, and while Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. fore TATTERSALL'S-MONDAY. The extent and nature of the business transacted yesterday ice- willbe gathered from the subjoined quotations. Little or no erd change will be found, and only one of the Derby favorites- awe viz., Voltigeur-wcab in force. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    REq., or H.M.'a Bojdof Works, Sunsex-cottage Loughborough-park, Briton, to MaryAgm, daughter of Dr. i. Coruwell, lirxton. DXATH& BROWN.-4ftember 2%, at Longformacus, D. W. Brown, Esq. COTTEHEMl-September 27, at Twyford, Mary Cassio Cottereil, Pl~NING.-8eptember 27, at Epsom, M~r. 11. Penning agd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rox HOUNDS. Lanarkshire & Reafrewsh. Tuesday Monkland House 10.45 Saturday ... Annerfleld Toll 10.45 Wemyss's, Lord Monday Copeland 10.30 Tuesday Longformacus 10.30 Friday Roddam 10.30 Saturday ... Doddington 10.30 HAB_.l_.B_.. Culzean Monday Hollybush Toll - Thursday... Dulvenan (to finish the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hassendean 10.30 Thursday.... Bo wmont Forest 10.30 Saturday ....Egerton Gate 10 30 Wemyss'3, Earl of „ Wednesday.Lowlyn 10 so Friday Longformacus 10.SO Saturday....Carham 19.30 __aaii_s. Tait's, Mr. A. D Wednesday.Milrig 11.30 Saturday.... Stair Bridge """ll!30 The. Cambridgeshire Hounds. - Tbe Subscribers-only content

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