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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1743

    their committee for bills, the petition of the Presbytery of Middlebie, representing that the said Presbytery consists of eleven parishes, of which six are in Annandale, viz., Annan, Hoddam, Dornock, Middlebie, Kirkpatrick, and Graitney; the other five are in Eskdale,

    Acts, 1700

    Ministers and Elders for visiting the Presbytery of Middlebie. The General Assembly, having heard the report of the Committee for Overtures, anent the grievances represented by the commissioners from the Presbytery of Middlebie, judged, that in regard the grievances of

    Acts, 1695-6

    3. That the Presbytery of Dumfries, because of the particular circumstances they are in, have the Presbyteries of Penpont and Middlebie to help them, and that two fit persons be named out of these Presbyteries, and not above one out

    General index, L-Z

    Teviotdale , sermon preached by Mr Gabriel Wilson of Maxton before the Synod of, 565 Middlebie , Commission for visiting the Presnbytery of, 299 Middlebie , Act disjoining certain parishes of the Presbytery of, 671 Ministerial Communion , Act of

    Henry VIII, November 1542, 21-25, 01 November 1542-30 November 1542

    gentlemen of the West Marches to be at Carlisle on the 22nd after sunset. Meant next day, Thursday, to burn Middlebie, 8 miles within Scotland, and lay a bushment for lord Maxwell (bein g at Loughmaben) and the Anerdalles and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 April 1812, 10 April 1812

    Title of Marquefs of Queenfierry, Earl of Drumlangrig and Sancbar, Vifcount Nith, Tother- wald and Rojs, Lord Douglas of Kinmouth, Middlebie and Dornoch, and Limitation to the faid Marquefs and his Heirs Male whatfoever, in all Time coming. " That Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1812, 10 April 1812

    of Dumfries/hire, Earl of Drumlanrig and ** Sanquhar, Vifcount of Nitb, Torthorwald and Ro/s, " and Lord Douglas of Kinmouth, Middlebie and Dor- " noch, which are thereby limited to the Grantee, the *' then Duke, and his Heirs of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Shotts ; Kinawley; Seaforde ; Saul; Loughgilly ; St. Finn Barrs ; and South Milford, 251. — Drumhaggart; Kilbride ; Middlebie ; Eastern Division of Clones ; East Muskerry, &c. ; Corporation of Saddlers, &c. Dublin ; Moneygall ; Selattyn Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1834, 3 March 1834

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Middlebie: Parish of Middlebie, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed ; praying their Lordships " to take the Law of " Church Subscribers-only content

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

    vincial Synod of, 116. Merse, Moderator of the Synod of, 367. Mertoun, 329. Methlick, 173. Methven, 179. Mid Calder, 252. Middlebie, 315. Migvie, 295. Millhouse District, 329. Moffat, 136. Monimail, 649. Monivaird and Strowan, 247. Monkland, 354. Monkland, New, 241. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stockbridge Derby h1as oinsed a great reiibiotn sil his favolur ; and prior to their defeat by himi Blancthe of Middlebie acld the Concertina colt were ccich backelc at 40 to 1. East Laigtoti has also been extensivily oup- Ported, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 1 agot Fright. ST, Lrw a.,-0 to!! agstToxophilite; 16 to 1 agst Gilderwire; z5 to I agst Blanche of Middlebie 40 to I ngst Incledon. TlIe DF.IvBY-40 to 1 ecli agest Stockhsnl, Promnised Lsad, Picket of Leave, Baluamoon, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place for the Sussex encounter. The later transactions of any moment anent the Leger, are the advance of Blanche of Middlebie, and the introduction of Incledon (one of John Scott's) into the market. The meetings of the present week include Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, commend ine to Gildermere or Jordan. For the Sefton Stakes Isay Silica, and for the Bickerstaffe Stakes Blancise of Middlebie. At Canterbury. on Friday, for the East Kent Handicap take care of Little Cob, and for the City Plate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Loose at is to 1, and a little amount was puton Fadladeen and Grand Secret at 40 to .-Blanche of Middlebie, Glenmasson, Sedbury, and English were introduced for the Cambridge at 33 to 1 each, and 40 to 1 was Subscribers-only content

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