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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, June 1684, 01 June 1684-30 June 1684

    Ibid. p . 395. ] June 14. Windsor Castle. The King to the Marquess of Queensberry, Treasurer, John Drummond of Lundin, Treasurer Deput, and the Generals, Colonels and Lieut.-Colonels, appointed commissioners for the disposal of the invalid money. Appointing them Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1683, 01 May 1683-31 May 1683

    . 38. ] May 1. Windsor Castle. The King to the Marquess of Queensberry, Treasurer Principal, and John Drummond of Lundin, Treasurer Deput. We have fully considered the decreet dated 20 March last, Edinburgh, obtained against Charles, now Earl of Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, October 1679, 01 October 1679-31 October 1679

    of Lundin or Lundon is lineally descended of Robert of London, natural son to King William the Lyon and brother to King Alexander I, and that in regard of this descent it may be proper for the Laird of Lundin Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 11-20, 1683, 11 September 1683-20 September 1683

    p . 136. ] Sept. 14. Winchester. The King to the Marquess of Queensberry, Treasurer Principal, and John Drummond of Lundin, Treasurer Deput. Warrant for payment to Anna, Countess Dowager of Marischal, 100 l . sterling. [ Ibid. p . Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, November 1683, 01 November 1683-30 November 1683

    Treasurer Principal, the Marquess of Atholl, Keeper of the Privy Seal, the Earl of Perth, Justice General, John Drummond of Lundin, Treasurer Deput, Sir George Mackenzie of Tarbet, Lord Register, and Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, Advocate. Warrant for their Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyntaf yn y fath enwan Celtaidd a Lonan (yn yys anaw), Lourmsy (yn Aberdeen)) Lurian (yn Forfar), Luncarty (Perth), a Lundin (a t g Fife). Yn y Deutsche Literotorr Zeituaw dywed P ,f. Zapitza mai y trydydd argraffiasd o Schmidt's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in~iit olies o~a~di an st olfiu,~t -s. i.ng,4tyiclded, Sly tine lairrot'e~l atti, A.RO\WdL D and SO,. o. A, flatton.gariden, t~iol~rn, Lundin; atid, by ap~iointmuent, by-a;st PNrfumers and Med.idaz: Vdnderb vwho veidb their celebrated ,MA-CASSAR lt)aL . .... *-' Ta prevent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calcutta, Lieut. G. M. Archer, 16th foot, youngest son of the late General Archer, Grenadier Guards. On Thursday se'nnight, at Lundin house, Leven, from a sudden attack of apoplexy and palsy, Lord Craigie, in his 80th vear. On the Ist Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Investment Debenture, at 94 to 96, and Credit Fancier Egyptien Land Mortga,,ge, at 95 to 97 ; arid .J in Lundin and South African ]Explorations, at 2341 to 2334 ; aind a fall of 41 in NtlLaud arid Colonisa- tion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pelham, rector of (Jound, Shrews- hury ; Henry P'hilipps, IBirdlip, near Gloucocter; T. Ayscoughi Smith, vicar of Tenbury; t. C. Lundin Brown, Vicar of iLylncal, Salop ; James I). Knipe, curate of ] veihani ; H. J. Peach, vicar of Subscribers-only content

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