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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, July 1717, 26-31, 26 July 1717-31 July 1717

    and the sum of 3 l. 13 s. 7 d. sterling overcharged in the said rental for John Crauford of Milntown and rectified by an Act of Treasury of Scotland). [The present grant is to be ] for 19 years

    Historical preface, 1603-8

    In view, moreover, of the increase of the plague in Edinburgh, Leith, Linlithgow, Queensferry, Cramond, Borrowstoness, Bonhard, Winchburgh, Kincavill, Manirstown, Milntown, and other places in the neighbourhood, all cadgers and travellers coming from these places, or from other suspect places

    Index, M, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    for, 238. Mills , 165; corn mills, 108; gunpowder mills, 106. Mills , William, tenant of premises at Chatham, 380. Milntown , co. Ross and Cromarty, 325. Milreis . See Coins. Milton Maulsor . See Middleton Malzor. Milverton , co.

    Index, M-Z

    71. Millar (Miller, Myllar), John, treasurer, 484, 493. Patrick, 541. Mr. Peter, magistrate of Edinburgh, 169. William, of Slatefield, 158. Milntown , 209. Mills , town's, inhabitants astricted to, 575 6, 358; superiority of, 581. on the Kelvin: Fulling mill

    Index, C, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    Earl of. See Lindsay, John. Crawford (Crauford) , Hugh, late landwaiter and searcher at Port Glasgow, 371. -, John, of Milntown, renting land in the Archbishopric of Glasgow, 325. -, Patrick, late land surveyor at Port Glasgow, 244. -, Peter,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Willis, Spring street, Portman square, greengrocer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. F. Rae, Glasgow, upholsterer-Campbell, Rae, and Johnston, Glasgow, clothiers-A. and C. Fraser, Milntown, general dealers- R. Charles, Glasgow, chemist. DEATHS. On the 16th of February, the Hon. James Erskine Murray, a younger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the birds being numerous: in 'ac. they have seldom been better. Colonel Irwin, of Lynehow, Mr. W. A. Conoell, of Milntown, and Mfessrs. Irwin (four guns), in a short shooting on Broomeholm bagged fifteen br-ace of grouse and a brtace Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Isle of Man Agricultural Society was held to- day at Milntown, near ERmsey, in perfect surnmer weather, and with a most successful result. The entries numbered 424, considerably in excess of anY previous year, and the gate-money reached Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eli-laid-out Grounds, overlooking the sea. Tennis Courts ennd Croqet Grounds. I Excellent boating, fishing, and scas-hthing facili- ties. The celebrated Milntown Golf Links are in close proximity. Liberal table, home comforts, baths, &c . Moderate charges. Full particulars and special Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and well-laid-out Grounds, overlooking the sea. Tennis Courts and Croquet Grounds. Excellent boating, fishing, and sea-bathing facili- ties. The celebrated Milntown Golf Links are in close proximity. Liberal table, home comforts, baths, &c. Moderate charges. Full particulars and speeial terms Subscribers-only content

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