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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    -, Windsor, 361. See Windsor. -, -, Walk, Windsor Forest, 361, 366. -, -, Wood, 366. Oldfield , John, 610. Oldhamstocks (Haddingtonshire) , 330. Oliphant , Henry, 309. Oliver , Matthew, 185. O'Neal , Mr., 420. Oney , alias Honey

    Treasury Books and Papers, February 1730, 02 February 1730-27 February 1730

    parish of Coldingham, as also other lands specified in Blackhill, Hillend, Bipark, Westrestown, Renton, Pilrigg, Kaismuir, Gowncruik, Duns, Litem, Cockburnspath, Oldhamstocks, Darnchester, Woodhall, Pincartown, Chicklaw, Handieswood, Godscroft, Luckieshiel, Nonmeadow and Nunbutts, Nunflats, Auchincraw, and other lands specified, all which pertained

    Index, H, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    Kirklandhill: forfeited (16th Aug.), 479. one Thomas: witnesses Mary and Bothwell's contract (5th April 1567), 527. Mr Thomas, parson of Oldhamstocks: escapes from Morton (16th June 1567), 730; forfeited (16th Aug. 1568), 479. one Captain: put in ward in Edinburgh Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1740

    the burgh of Northberwick, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Dunbar, Mr John Cluny at Whitekirk, Mr John Lundie at Oldhamstocks, ministers; Mr Thomas Hamilton, advocate, and from the burgh of Dunbar, Ludovick Cant of Thurston, ruling elders. From the

    Index, C, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    75. Chichester , 98, 300, 307, 419, 570, 615, 617. Chichley , William, Rev., 277. Chicklaw (? Cocklaw Hill, near Oldhamstocks, Haddingtonshire), 330. Chief Baron of the Exchequer , Scotland, 32. See Exchequer Barons. -, clerk of the kitchen, 138.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the plaintiff -damages, £200. The Haddington Courier states that a wild cat has been trapped in the Cocklaw Oagle, Oldhamstocks. It measured 35 inches in length, 15 inches in girth, and 15 inches in height, and weighed 101b. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in his possession, inside of which was written, "Presented to the Right Hon. General Lord Miller, Earl of Dunbar and Oldhamstocks, by Her Majesty the Queen and Board of Ordnance, and by the otber authorities and provost." There were also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TAY DIVISION VOLUNTEER SUB- MARINE MINERS. This corps paraded at the Submarine Mining Establishment, Broughty Castle, on Saturday after- noon. All the officers were present, and there was a very full muster of the men, ouly a few who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAILWAY ACCTiYF.TSrT TK A THTTF-MC A j.AioMAi iivoii/iun i ±±* j-_a_._uiX-._t_\. FOURTEEN PERSONS KILLED. New York, Thursday. - An explosion has oc- curred on board the steamboat near Charleston, West Virginia, by which three persons were killed and eleven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TIU Li. *»«*"* TOE OP.f. \NI-t i, - m m HI. Afur tbe mi*** i . ,„., Dan !• • o«. -it- ,i tt* M. was wa • i again imt* -„. tm m. woik- r« >.' I) ■ Subscribers-only content

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