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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    ), a place so called Mary II death of funeral of, minute description of grants by payment for mourning for Maryburgh Mary Kirk , camp at Maryland , passengers to Mary of Modena , James II's queen Marys , Charles Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    Lord Arlington , and afterwards by William III. to Charles Bertie as trustee for the Duke of Leeds; ccxlvii. 61. Maryburgh , N.B., school at; ccxlviii. 33. Maryland ; ccxlix. 5. -, merchants trading to, petition of; ccxl. 75. Mason

    Volume 248, July 3-December 31, 1724, 03 July 1724-31 December 1724

    parishes are erected: as likewise for the re-establishment of the salary of 30 l. per ann. for the school at Maryburgh, payable to M r John M c Bean. Abertarf, 14 Oct. 1724. Referred to the Lords of the Treasury.

    William III, September 1696, 01 September 1696-30 September 1696

    Oxford's regiment, to go to Holland [ Ibid., p . 409 ] . Sept. Detailed plan of Fort William and Maryburgh at Inverlochy in Lochaber, by Theodore Dury, his Majesty's chief engineer in Scotland. [ S.P. Dom. King William's Chest Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1842

    George Smyttan, H.E.I.C.S., residing in Edinburgh. From the Presbytery of Dingwall, Mr Duncan Campbell at Kiltearn, Mr George M'Leod at Maryburgh, ministers; Dr James Begbie, physician in Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Burgh of Dingwall, Hugh Innes Cameron, Esq., Provost

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 November 1768, 14 November 1768

    gainftIrenes. Major General of His Majefty's Forces, and of James Irwine of Kingcaujie, to the Appeal of "John Adam, of Maryburgh : it " " 5. An Account of prohibited Eaft India Goods which have been delivered out of the Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1770, 15 January 1770

    being moved, " That a Day may be ap- Adam pointed for hearing the Caufe, wherein John Adam 7ö of Maryburgh is Appellant, and John Irvine of " Burleigh and another are Refpondents:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1803, 27 April 1803

    dad, and others, lying in the Counties of Kinrofs and u Fife, to and in favour of William Adam, of Maryburgh " Efquire, and the fame Series of Heirs in Fee Tail, and " under the fame Conditions and Limitations Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1803, 29 April 1803

    and others, lying in the Counties of " Kinrofs and Fife, to and in Favour of William Adam, " of Maryburgh, Efquire, and the fame Series of Heirs, " in Fee-Tail and under the fame Conditions and " Limitations as Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1803, 6 June 1803

    others, lying in the Counties of Kin- " rofs and Fife, to and in favour of William Adam, of " Maryburgh, Efquire, and the fame Series of Heirs, in. " Fee Tail, and under the fame Conditions and Limita- " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    think of you daily with quiet tears. I think of the happy. happy days we might have spent together at Maryburgh; but thevisio darkens. y crown is laid in the dust for ever. Nameless too ! God, how that troubles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the will was not duly proved, and that the original should have been shown to the attesting witnesses in Maryburgh. His LoRDnsiP thought this was a good point, and required an answer. Mr. O'HAaAN said he had not looked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the finest of all Scotch music. The Provost of Fort-William says that ton-n nas been called at different times Inverlocky, Maryburgh, Gordonsburglh, Duncans- burgh, and Fort-William, and as he does not know why it should be called by the latter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cbabt-W. C. MURRAY, Edinhburgh-W. CLARK, Eastor Golford, Nairn, farmer-W. and P. MUIR, Glasgow, oontrectors-SARAHf M'EaWAN, Port Glasgow, spirit dealer-J. YULE, Maryburgh, mer- chant. Friday, February 17. BANKRUPTS.-F. S. HARVEY, Henry-street East, St. John's- wood, stationer and printer-S. N. DICKSON, Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in support of the prosecution. FpSuiLE LYNCit LAw IN SCO'rLANI).-The Rosshire Advetiser details a curious occurrence which took place at Maryburgh last week. A man named Cameron had circulated some improper assertions, calculated, in the opinion of the fair villagers, Subscribers-only content

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