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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    al cyn-A.S. neu gyn-Esgob oedd yr awdwr. Gwedir r. hyny gan y ddau. Sibrydir yn awr mai y Proffeswr y Muir, o Aberdeen, neu Mr. Vance Smith, yr Undodwr l- enwog, a'i hysgrifenodd. Y mae y ddau hyn eto y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lln diweddaf, cymerwyd Mr. A. M. Sullivan, A S.,, yn glif yn ddisymwth pin yn v carss yn aglwys St. Muir, C1iphhm. Pan yn gaclael yr < eglwYg syithio-'d yr nelod aurhydeddus i lewyg, a chariwy.l( ef i yeltufell berthyrol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - a TOXCA-"A'ON1IIiSIADWyy1 UA{; AT WELL i ,,EAt 1-N r rEiY'"-Mted(ia I'l'r?5,woleler papvrau yn y Lasee t ll y Doctoriaid Muir .1, .hIiie, a Lush;, a I. Baler, fsw., am D MHarth 6ed a r 20fed, a Ma.1a " , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C14farfnbb W 1t I i AMSER CYMDBITBASFAOEDD A CHYFARFODYDD ^MISOU. Y Gymanfa Gf4redinof. 4iber $X;- Y Cymdeithasfaoedd:- Dehendir :-Cauton, Caerdydd, Mawrth 17, 18, 19, 1885. Gngledd:- Cyfarfodydd Aiuof F :Aberteifi Deheu, Abmrteii, Ionawr 14 15. Mater, "Addyag Deuleaidd." Arfon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MA., gyda "Homilies,' gan y Prof. J. R. Thomson, M.A , Paroh, W. F. Ade- n saey, MA., Parch. AF. Muir, MA., Patch. S. Conway, B.A.. a'r Parch. D. Young, B;A. h Mae ' George Eliot's Life, as Related in Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Letter of guildry and related documents

    George Muir, and Thomas Broune, for the haill mercheand rank and thair assistaris; Johnne Andersoun, bailie, Robert Rowat, Maister Peter Low, Duncan Sempill, James Braidwod, Johnne Scot, deakin, John Muir, skipper, Maister Robert Hammiltoun, Gawane Hammiltoun, Thomas Fawsyd, William Muir,

    Extracts from the records, 1577

    the counsalhous. Sanct Mungowis bell, Layng . The prouest, baillies, and counsall, with dekinnis, coft fra Johne Muir, sone to vmquhill James Muir, and Andro Lang, the auld bell that yed throw the towne of auld at the buriall of

    Extracts from the records, 1581

    . . quhais fyynes wes gevin to Thomas Mylne. chirurgiane, be the baillies and counsale, for his curing of Thomas Muir, hurt in the townes besynes, and promist to him be thame thairfor. 7 April 1581. Procuratour fiscall . Anent

    Extracts from the records, 1596

    Williame Conynghame, Hectour Steuart, Robert Rowatt. Steuart, Andersoune, Muir, bailleis . The bailleis and haill counsale ar becum actit and obleist to warrand releve and skaythles keip Hectour Steuarte, Johne Andersone, Thomas Muir, bailleis, as thai quha gef thair obligatioune

    Extracts from the records, 1578

    he beis fund culpabill to be dischargit incontinent. 25 October 1578. Fleschouris . Anent the complaynt gewin in be Johne Muir, Matho Watsoun, and the remanent fleschouris, induellaris in this towne, aganis Johne Wilsoun, James Andersoun, and Dauid Lyle, fleschouris

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COXE, Henry Hippisley (1748-95), of Ston Easton, Som.

    did not oppose administration at first, but in 1794-5 voted five times with opposition: against the transportation of the radicals Muir and Palmer, 26 Feb. 1794; against indemnifying the landing of allied troops, 14 Mar.; for Wilberforce’s peace amendment, 30

    BOUVERIE, Hon. William Henry (1752-1806), of Betchworth House, Surr.

    the ministry’s arrangements for home defence were inadequately supported. He voted for Adam’s motion against the transportation of the radicals Muir and Palmer, 10 Mar. 1794. On 14 Mar. he criticized the landing of foreign troops in England. He voted

    DUNDAS, Robert (1758-1819), of Arniston, Edinburgh.

    30 Aug. Dundas appeared for the crown in the prosecution of Thomas Muir for sedition, his conduct of which was unexceptionable, and he subsequently tried to prevent Muir from becoming a Whig martyr. He secured the arrest of the United

    KNIGHT, Richard Payne (1750-1824), of Downton Castle, Herefs. and 5 Soho Square, Mdx.

    a few guineas for the occasional contribution to the Edinburgh Review.[footnote]Knight voted with opposition against the transportation of the radicals Muir and Palmer, 10 Mar. 1794, and against the imprisonment of General Lafayette, 17 Mar. On 26 Jan. 1795 he

    ANSTRUTHER, John (1753-1811), of Anstruther, Fife.

    to the House of Lords, 27 Jan. 1794, because it was intended to secure a retrospective reprieve for the radicals Muir and Palmer: ‘nothing ... could be more clear than the legality of the sentences in question’. Anstruther, who henceforward

  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Derby hundred The City of Liverpool

    of the older fields (e.g. Milnefield, part of one of the Oldfields ), or more recent approvements (e.g. Wetearth). See Muir in Trans. Hist. See . (new ser.) xxi, 16, 17. Cf. Inq. p.m. 25 Edw. I , no. 51,


    Cheveley Rec . 64. Muir , Newmarkitt Cal . 33-58 passim . Pond, Sporting Cal. 1751 , 125-33, 152-3. Ibid. 132, 138. Muir , Newmarkitt Cal . 40-1, 45. Ibid. 35-6; V.C.H. Bucks . iv. 94. Muir , Newmarkitt Cal

    Liverpool The castle and development of the town

    Munic. Rec . ii, 99. Ibid. 89-99. For a full analysis and description of this struggle and its results see Muir , Hist. of Liv . 167-73; also Hist. Munic. Govt. in Liv . 125-8, 269, where full excerpts from

    Index K-Z

    Mowlem , John (formerly Mowlem, Freeman & Burt), Moyne , Baron, see Guinness, Wal. Mozart (est.) , Mozart St. , Muir , Edwin, Mulberry (flats) , Mulberry Centre , Mulberry Close , Mulberry Housing Trust , Mulock , Dinah Maria

    Index K-Z

    of Norfolk (d. 1476), Thos., duke of Norfolk , fam., dukes of Norfolk , and their heirs, Muggleton , fam., Muir , Edwin, poet, Munday , John, rector of Lt. Wilbraham , murdrum fine , Murfitt , Thos., Murray :


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