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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1723

    Wilson, Minister at Maxton, his Sermon, preached before the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale. The General Assembly having had under consideration a reference made by the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale to the Commission of the late General Assembly, and

    Acts, 1758

    General Assembly. There was transmitted to the General Assembly, from their Committee for Bills, a reference from the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale, concerning the Rev. Mr Thomas Boston, who had deserted his charge of the parish of Oxnam, and

    Acts, 1781

    June 1, 1781. Interim Act anent Licensing Probationers. The General Assembly, in consequence of an overture from the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale, having taken into their serious consideration the dangerous consequences that would arise to this Church if Presbyteries

    Elizabeth, August 1578, 01 August 1578-31 August 1578

    part, as also that he should declare to the Laird of Cesford, Sir James Hume (wardens of Tiviedale and the Merse), and to all the gentlemen in their company, who were a very great party on that side, and most Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1694

    supply the vacancies within the Synods of Ross, Sutherland, and Caithness: And ordains that the Synods of Fife, Perth, Lothian, Merse and Teviotdale, Glasgow, Galloway and Dumfries, do send to the north for that effect the ministers after named, viz.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Luffield

    the community at this period, but no sooner had the royal assent been obtained to the election of Gilbert de Merse than the newly-elected head decided to resign. 20 Eventually choice was made of Peter of Suldeston or Shalstone ,

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Luffield

    Richard de Silveston, 41 elected 1287, resigned same time John de Houghton , 42 elected 1287, resigned 1289 Gilbert de Merse , 43 elected 1289, resigned same time Peter de Saldeston or Shalstone , 44 elected 1289, deposed 1294 William

    Parishes Marsh Gibbon

    MARSH GIBBON Mersa, Merse (xi cent.); Gibbemers 1 (xiii cent.); Mershe Gybbewine, Gibwyne, Mershe-juxta- Twyford (xiv cent.); Marsh Gibbon (xvi-xx cent.). This parish, on the Oxfordshire border, covers 2,817 acres, nearly the whole of which is permanent grass. 2 The

    Parishes Stone

    245. Feud. Aids , i, 75. Ibid. 97. The other sub-tenants of John de St. Clere were William de la Merse and William Blackston , who held 51/2 virgates of land as the fourth part of a knight's fee, which

    Parishes Ellesborough

    charter of Roger de Hampton , granting 5 s . rent to the abbey of Missenden, which William de la Merse paid him for land in 'Aspeleia.' 90 It presumably belonged to the honour of Dudley , since in 1486

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1648 (1563)

    George, Thomas Fyrefanne, William Munt, Rychard Iolye, Rycharde Gratwycke, Thomas Wynsley, Rychard Rothe, Richard Clearke, Stephan Glouer, Robert Colman, Thomas Merse, William Bongeor, Robert Bercock, Margeret Hide, Elyn Ewring, Christiā Pepper, Margeret Feld, Alice Munt, Ioane Winsley, Cysly Warren, Rose

    Q. Mary. Persecution in London Dioces. XXij. Prisoners. V. Martyrs.

    George. Thomas Firefanne, William Munt, Richard Iolye, Richard Gratwicke, Thomas Wynsley, Richard Rothe, Richard Clerke, Stephen Glouer, Robert Colman, Thomas Merse, William Bongeor, Robert Bercocke, Margeret Hide, Elyn Ewryng, Christian Pepper, Margaret Feld, Alyce Munt, Ioane Winsley, Cysly Warren, Rose

    Queeen Mary. Persecution in London Dioces. 22. prisoners. 5. Martyrs.

    George. Thomas Firefanne, William Munt, Richard Ioly Richard Gratwicke, Thomas Winsley, Richard Rothe, Richard Clerke, Stephen Glouer, Robert Colman, T. Merse, William Bongeor, Robert Bercocke, Margaret Hide, Elyn Euryng, Christian Pepper, Margaret feld, Alyce Munt, Ioane Winesley, Cysly Warren, Rose

    Queene Mary. Persecution in Lond. dioces. XXij. prisoners. V. Martyrs.

    George, Thomas Firefanne, William Munt, Richard Iolye, Richard Gratwicke, Tho. Wynsley, Richard Rothe, Richard Clerke, Stephen Glouer, Robert Colman, Thomas Merse, William Bongeor, Robert Bercocke, Margeret Hide, Elyn Ewryng, Christiā Pepper, Margaret Feld, Alice Munt, Ioane Winsley, Cysly Warren, Rose

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SWINTON, Sir John (bef. 1662-1723), of Swinton, Berwicks.

    alia on the council of state for Scotland in 1655. He was nominated to Barebone’s Parliament and sat for the Merse (Berwickshire) under both Protectorates. He became a Quaker in 1657 and was tried for high treason at the Restoration.

    BAILLIE, George (1664-1738), of Jerviswood, Lanark. and Mellerstain, Berwicks.

    Mellerstain, Berwicks. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Berwickshire (Merse) 1708 1734 Ofifces Held MP [S] Berwickshire 1691–1701, Lanarkshire 1702–7. Ofifces Held Burgess, Edinburgh 1692, Canongate 1693, Dumbarton 1697. Ofifces Held Receiver gen. [S] 1693–1701; treasurer depute [S] 1704–5; PC [S]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a battalion of 4ll taen, 230) of whom were rmade uini, r5. OF tile sMil, tleirnnily paVsed tbe bridge of Merse, neear Papda. Tie Viceroy, froili a ielght, obiscrved die whole lma;ile 1 FF05 ti ibatle array. Ser. ioutb-no debauchied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    U AYVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. THE MEDIannNnnAN FLEsT.-Accotding to advices from Malta, Admiral Fanshawe left on the I 8th inst. for Naples, with five men- of-war and one frigate. Rear-Admiral Mundy has left with one ship and one frigate. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nie mnittit amico. But anothe Thor had the lands of Tranent in this shire. So to distinguish him self, the Merse man calls himself-even in charters and most forms writs-Thor Longu,--Thor the Los7j. The Longs vere good men i England, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the picturesque description frequently to be found in the story: The manor house of Willowdean is situated in the Merse, which, with Lauderdale and Lammermuir, forms one of the three great subdivisions of Berwickshire, each of which pos- sesses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    half Frehroid),QaI ~E metlsf'Dttsl~look onUs Ricer Marley~with siding ito the a' Iio a4XtsWtsaOlelr Lines Rith*(A Wha5ms . 'at on the Merse for tire largmtcoat vessels,. and facilities fat Foejslnoaad urterparicuane aplyto tire Ltquidator.,T. W. Reid Acetrtan, 3. Cstl Steet Lierpsi;or Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 May 1826, 17 May 1826

    2 preceding Bills. Slavery, Petns for Abol" of: (Provincial Synod of Merse & Teviotdale:) Maldon. Upon reading the Petition of the Ministers and Elders of the Provincial Synod of Merse and Teviotdale of the Established Church of Scotland, whose Names Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    bourne; Middleton-in-Teesdale; and Leicester, 11th May, 321.—Harlow; Northallerton; West Auckland; North wick ; Faversham; andHastings, 12th May, 331.— Synod of Merse and Teviotdale; Maldon, 17th May, 339.—Broadwinsor; Warrington; Sutton-in-Ashfield; Leighton Buzzard; and Liverpool, 22d May, 356.—Narberth ; Carrickfergus; Bampton; Lutterworth; Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    Ottery St. Mary; Manning- tree: Hanley: Upon reading the Petition of the Ministers and Elders of the Provincial Synod of Merse and Tiviotdale, convened at Kelso ; praying their Lordships, "That the excellent *• Plan for improving the Condition and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Dirleton; Beverley; New Court Chapel, Carey Street, London; Collumpton ; Wendover; Medstead ; and Paken- ham, 98. — Synod of Merse and Taviotdale; Swanland; Cottingham ; Bacton ; West Bromwich; Ottery St. Mary; Manningtree; Hanley; Arbroath; Bath; Stourport; Bolton; Boston; Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1833, 22 April 1833

    It is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Synod of Merse and Education, Teviotdale; praying their Lordships, "That in any Mea- (Ireland,) " sure which may be sanctioned on the Subscribers-only content

 

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