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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Upper Beeding Roman Catholicism

    in 1981 . A new chapel was built in 1929 . 39 There were 120 pupils in 1981 . 40 Nairn & Pevsner, Suss . 360. E. E. Reynolds , Par . of Christ the King, Steyning (n.d.); B. W.

    Warnham Education

    396-7 ( 1871 ), lv. W.S.R.O., Par . 203/25/2, 7; the architect is wrongly given as A. W. Blomfield by Nairn & Pevsner, Suss . 364. Return of Schs. 1893 [C. 7529 ] , p. 606, H.C. ( 1894 ),

    Ifield Roman Catholicism

    , Southwark dioc. visitation, 1863. Suss. in 20th Cent . 76-7. Bastable, Crawley , 147; above, pl. facing p. 65. Nairn & Pevsner, Suss . 202. Bastable, Crawley , 149; E. Longford , Pilgrimage of Passion , 86, 89. W.S.R.O.,

    West Grinstead Churches

    f. 12. Kelly 's Dir. Suss . ( 1887 ); above, introduction. Chich. Dioc. Kal . ( 1891 ), 157; Nairn & Pevsner, Suss . 293; W. Suss. Gaz . 20 Mar. 1975 ; W.S.R.O., PH 4549- 50 ; N.M.R.,

    Old and New Shoreham Churches

    Simpson , Churches of Shoreham ( 1951 edn.), 29. B.L . Add. MS. 39368, f. 1218. Ibid. 5677, f. 62. Nairn & Pevsner, Suss . 287; Builder , 25 Feb. 1843 , p. 39; Eng. Topog . (Gent. Mag. Libr.),

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, Errata

    XXIV. Page 89. b. 1. 18. from Bott. Narin read Nairn 316. b. l. 2. from Bott. dele the 338. b. l. 10. sidered. read desired. Page 381. a. l. 21. from Bott . Refiners read Refineries 401. b. l.

    Extracts from the Records, 1550

    xxiiij cr. Innernes xl cr. Abirbrothok xxxij cr. Sanctandrois lxxij cr. Cowper lviij cr. Culane viij cr. Fores xx cr. Nairn viij cr. Thayne xij cr. Dysart xxvj cr. Kirkcaldy xxvj cr. Hamiltoun xx cr. Summa ii m iiii c

    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 28 January 1716, 28 January 1716-28 January 1716

    Widdrington, Willielmum Comitem de Nithisdale, Georgium Comitem de Winton, Rob'tum Comitem de Carnwath, Willielmum Vicecomitem Kenmure , et Willielmum Dominum Nairn , commiss. et perpetrat. in Nomine ipforum Militum, Civium, et Burgensium, et Nomine omnium Communium Regni Nostri Magn Britanni

    Extracts from the Records, 1557, Jan-June

    li. Sanctandrois iij c li. Cowpar ij c lxxx li. Culane xxxiiij li. x s. Fores lxxxiiij li. xviij d. Nairn xxxiiij li. x s. Thane l li. xij s. vj d. Dysart j c xviij li. ij s. vj

    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 9 February 1716, 09 February 1716-09 February 1716

    Widdrington, Willielmus Comes de Nithisdale, Georgius Comes de Winton, Robertus Comes de Carnwath, Willielmus Vicecomes Kenmure , et Willielmus Dominus Nairn , coram Nobis, in pr senti Parliamento, per Milites, Cives, et Burgenses, in Parliamento Nostro assemblat. de Alta Proditione,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ystadgynlais, ond yn enill i Fethodistiaid y byd newydd. Codwyd potel oddiar lan y. mor odeitn tair mill- dir o Nairn, a phaii dorwvyd hi, cafwyd ei-bod; yncy- nwys papyr gyda chenadwri ysgrifenedig fod y llestr "Ocean Spray," o'r-hon y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eilmarnock, Salteouts, ae Irvine, Ayr, Stirline, Perth, Dune;?s:. Aberdeen, Peterbead, Huntley, Montrose, Brechin, Forfar, Arb- routh, Blairgororie, Inverness, Tain, Strathpeffer, Nairn, Elgin, Forres, Grantown, Keith, Banff, Wick, John o'Gronts, Thurso, Dornacb, Dingwvall, Oban, Campletown a Rothiesay. Yn Rothesay y cynhaliodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~a bu m =--t ydau eta y yl y'cynliauaf, mw iown's eithafAbod rian wr~ o'rcny ueisoesrwed, PPydrr~W)YDA ;y2. -~ dd!irf Atli riadan el nadyd" t er-heuXt..1 0 etl ya dgr-Ia.sgydd tre . d y y, gvawby 4~e a AdMi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    buddugoliaeth, oblegid yr oedd holl ddylanwad y classes yn eu herbyn. Yr oedd buddugol- iaeth y Rhyddfrydwyr yn Elgin a Nairn ddydd Mawrth yn fwy arwyddocaol fyth, er mai Rhyddfrydwr oedd yno yn flaenorol. Sefyllfa yr ymgeiswyr oedd:- Mr. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wornan died the other day in Nairn, in consequence of the barbarous treatment she experienced from her husband. Some months ago, he threw her down a stair when she was. witbin a few days of being Confined to Aild-bed; and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROSE, Hugh (1684-1755), of Kilravock, Nairn.

    (1684-1755), of Kilravock, Nairn. Constituency Dates Nairnshire 1708 221710 Ross-shire 1734 221741 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Ross 1732-4. Biography Rose came of an ancient Nairnshire family, who had recently acquired property in Ross-shire,[footnote] where he was returned in 1708, but was

    ROSE, Hugh II (1684-1755), of Kilravock, Nairn.

    Kilravock, Nairn. Constituency Dates Nairnshire 1708 28 Jan. 1710 Ross-shire 1708 28 Jan. 1710 Nairnshire 21 Sept. 1710 Nairnshire 1734 1741 Ofifces Held Capt. Alexander Grant’s* ft. 1708–13. Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Cromarty 1725–?; sheriff, Ross 1732–4; provost, Nairn 1746.

    ROSE, Hugh (1781-1827), of Kilravock, Nairn.

    ROSE, Hugh (1781-1827), of Kilravock, Nairn. Constituency Dates Nairnshire 1812 June 1813 Ofifces Held Maj. Inverness militia 1802, lt.-col. 1803; lt.-col. commdt. Nairn vol. inf. 1806. Biography Rose was born three months after the death of his father, who had

    CAMPBELL, John (1755-1821), of Calder, Nairn; Stackpole Court, Pemb. and Llanvread, Card.

    and has a good interest in Scotland for the shire of Nairn which elects at the next election.Campbell retained his Cardigan seat, and brought in his brother Alexander for Nairn, and in May 1784 both were listed by William Adam

    ROSE, Hugh I (1663-1732), of Kilravock, Nairn.

    (1663-1732), of Kilravock, Nairn. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Ofifces Held Commr. for justiciary, Highlands [S] 1693, 1701. Ofifces Held MP [S] Nairnshire 1700–7. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Ross 1706–22, 1729–32; commr. visitation, Aberdeen Univ. 1716–17; ld. lt. Nairn 1725–?d. Biography

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Nairn., 1821

    Nairn. [fisherman/fishing, bridge, church] View of Nairn from a rock overlooking the river, with a man dressed in Scottish tartan and a fishing rod in his hand conversing with another man, seated on the ledge; below, figures spreading textiles to

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 02/1781

    Staines Senton Thos Stockwell Esqr B Senton by Order of Jno Staples Esar ye pass being improperly direct Nishie Charles Nairn Scotland House Ridge E Clerke Esqr Norby Jane Kingston Hants Clt House St. Botolphs Jno Sherwood Esqr Nuttale Francis


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