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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aC ar adegau yr oedd .ytormydd enbyd 7n ei ganlyn. Yr oedd eira yu drwm hefyd yn Queensbury, a Upper Nithsdale yn orchuddedig gan eira ddydd hawrth. Cymerodd y dinystr mwyaf fodd bynag le gyda glanau y moroedd. Ysgrifena gohebydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and dispositions honourable and amiable in a high degree He was .t'he Ia representative of the once noble family of Nithsdale and Hernes In er, son, lie was tall ansd remarkably handsome,-Dugjfrk Coturier-.I Z> gezoworth, the borglar, has been apprehended Subscribers-only content

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    his Introduction to this choice little volume, though it dwells almost exclusively on his share in Mr Cromek's Remttains of Nithsdale and Galloway Song. In 1809 Cromek found Allan (then about 25 years of age) working, to all appearance contentedly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    observe that this collateral biography is, to say the least, amusing. Lady Gwendoline Marston, sister to a s Countess of Nithsdale (both of whom exhibit a conspicuous Ltirrelevancy to the principal persons of the plot), adores this , Mr Kendall Subscribers-only content

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    the day-required. He urged the condemnation of the Scotchr lords in 1716. But the Tower was so negligently guarded, that Nithsdale and Wintour escaped from it, perhaps with his con- nivance. Had he lived and kept office. the rising of Subscribers-only content

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    4 February 1778, 4 February 1778

    Premifes, as to this Houfe, in " their Lordfhips great Wifdom, fhall feem meet; and " that Winifred Maxwell of Nithsdale, and William Hog- " gerflone Qonfiable Efquire, her Hufband, John Frazer " of Upper Barr, John Maxwell of Terraughty, Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1833, 8 March 1833

    Tutors nominated to her by the deceased James Maxwell Esquire, of Kirkconnell, her Father; and William Constable Maxwell Esquire, of Nithsdale, and John Pagan in Littlebar, Tenant of the said Richard Alexander Oswald in his Salmon Fishings after mentioned; John Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1794, 30 April 1794

    Commission dissolved. These Lords had Judgment passed on them at the same Time.that Judgment was given against the Lords Derwentwater, Nithsdale, and Kenmure; and Judg¬ ment being given, the High Steward immediately broke his Staff, and declared the Commission dissolved. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    Torridge* - - - - East Devon* Highridge* - - - - Eastern Dorsetshire Western - D° Dumbartonshire 1st Dumfrieshire Nithsdale - - - - Annandale and Eskdale - No Corps formed in this County on the 14th Nov. 1809. Subscribers-only content

    Secondary punishment. (Australia.) Further correspondence on the subject of secondary punishment., 1834

    Brown, Rosslyn Castle, drunkenness, 25 lashes. Back did not appear lacerated, but the offender screamed out greatly. 5. Thomas Greenwood, Nithsdale, disobedience of orders and absenting, 50 lashes. Appeared much cut. 6. James Hull, Phoenix, threatening his overseer, 50 lashes. Subscribers-only content

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