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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, November 1572, 01 November 1572-30 November 1572

    Stirling, "Lithquo," St. Andrews, Colpan [ sic ] , Glasgow, Dumbarton, Dumfries, and Hadington. The Lairds of Sesforde, Cowldenknowes, Edmistoun, Makerstoun, Bedrell, Riddill, Watton, Sadensyde, Ayton, Wedderborne; Alexander Hume of Manderston, Alexander Hume of Hutton Hall, the Lairds of Spott, Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, M

    1386. of Fraoch Elan, ii. 1155, 1395. of Ragra, ii. 1145, 1386. Alexander, of Logan, ii. 1155, 1395. Henry, of Makerstoun, ii. 1154, 1394. Sir James, ii. 1040, 1155, 1395. of Garthland, ii. 878 John, of Gillesbie, ii. 1155, 1395.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Teviotdaill, Tweddale . ] Kelso. Meychell. Sance James Kirk. Spreustoun. Leinpitlaw. Ednam. Ʒ ettam. Lintoun. Marbottle. Mow. Hownam. Auld Roxburgh. Makerstoun. Nantharnay. Greinlaw. [Eccles. ] Duillis. Gordoun. Hoome. Stitche ll. Melros. Lessindam. Maxtoun. Smalham. Mertun. Ligerwood. Bassinden. Hessitoun. Lawder. Chinglekirk.

    Index, M, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    lands, held by gift of Mary, 629; lands given by, ib .; John Case's declaration to (8th Oct. 1571), 690. Makerstoun , Laird of: at the convention, 15th Nov. 1572, 433. Makesoun , Robert: and Angelo Marie, to the Bishop Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thence br eleven o'clock train from Belfast., arriving in Banbridge at 12-15 p.m. M!,A.DOUGALL-May 14, at Makerstoun, Ron- burghshire. Miss Scott allakdougall, of Makerstoun, aged S7 years. fIAYI NE-3May 20, at his father's residence, Mount- pleasant. YewtownardE. Willie. youngest son Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unproductive, Notwithstanding this, however, the Marquis of Salisbury, a few days ago, killed with the rod, in the Rutherstoun and Makerstoun waters, ten salmon, four of which weighed 60lbs. HYDROPHOBIA.-A case of hydrophobia occurred at Wol- verhampton on Friday last, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and many others. LIST OP PRESENTS. VfRa5SETATIOSNS. Tenants on Makerstoutt Estate, largo gilt clock and twva ornn- Rimplodgsi on the Makerstoun Estate, silver iniestand. Buisployil- at the Derby Brewery, magtlilccut silver bowl ast stalud Servants andi ouployei on the Gala Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Laws of Magnetic variation, intensity, L- and-dip observed in India, as compared with those derivel .e from the Makerstoun Observations. 6. Rev. J. Dingle-O4 r a new law of Binocnlar Vision. d SECTION B.-CHEMIrCAL ScrttNce.-President-S Ir W F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Roxburghe killed one, and I the Marquis of Boeniont two fish. One or two fishh were t killed in Makerstoun and Sproustoun Waters, but upon the D whole little has been done with the rod in this neighbour- a Subscribers-only content

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