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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    of, travails for Holt's liberty, 322; takes his leave of the King (18th), 336; suspected to be in Lorraine, 355. Ormiston (Ormestoun): Samuel Cockburn's letter dated at (22nd June 1583), 509. (Ormeston), Lady: Morton gets a treatise from, 21. Ostend Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, November 1559, 01 November 1559-30 November 1559

    October, Bothwell with 24 men, met Ormiston with 7, near Haddington, took 6000 crowns he was bringing to the Governor and hurt him in the face with a sword, whereof he lies at Ormiston. The Governor hearing, sent his eldest Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1563, 01 August 1563-31 August 1563

    to this nation what answer may be made to them? (4.) Also some consideration be had of the Laird of Ormiston. (5.) Straiter order as to conveyan ce of money and horses into Scotland. (6.) That for amity between the Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    descended of, 261. Lord Robert of: See Stewart, Lord Robert. Orleans : Earl of Huntly goes to mass in, 524. Ormiston , Laird of: pension for, 1; marriage of, ib . Oxford : 32; Shrewsbury thought to have sent his Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    by "foldes," 666. Orleans : (Dourlains) Henry III. sends against, 405. Duke of: 22 years a prisoner in England, 372. Ormiston , Laird of: See Cockburn, Mr John. Ortell , Mr (agent for the Low Countries): writings and requests of, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Giles

    1552 the hospital with the manors of Gilligate and Old Durham was granted to John Cockburn , 28 lord of Ormiston , who sold them to John Heath merchant and Warden of the Fleet , in 1568 . 29 John

    Hospitals St Giles , Kepier

    the college and manor of Burton-on-Trent and other lands. 49 Edward VI granted it to John Cockburn , lord of Ormiston , 50 who, seventeen years later, sold it with all its dependenci es to John Heath , warden of

    Townships Urmston

    Adam de Urmston , the son of William and Constance; in reply to a charge of novel disseisin in ' Ormiston ,' he said there was no such vill, but the tenements claimed were in 'Urmiiton,' and he held them

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COCKBURN, John (c.1679-1758), of Ormiston, Haddington.

    (c.1679-1758), of Ormiston, Haddington. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Haddingtonshire (East Lothian) 1708 1741 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Haddingtonshire 1703-7. Ofifces Held P.C. [S] 1704, 1707; commr. of the Exchequer [S] by 1708; ld. of Trade 1714-17, of Admiralty 1717-32,

    COCKBURN, John (c.1679-1758), of Ormiston, Haddington.

    (c.1679-1758), of Ormiston, Haddington. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Haddingtonshire (East Lothian) 1708 1741 Ofifces Held Burgess, Glasgow 1694, Ayr 1706, Edinburgh 1708, Dunbar 1710. Ofifces Held MP [S] Haddingtonshire 1703–7. Ofifces Held PC [S] 1704, 1707; commr. exchequer [S]

    DOUGLAS, Archibald (c.1667-1741), of Cavers, Roxburgh.

    all these his services, the lord justice clerk [Lord Ormiston] applied to have him turned out [in 1718] to get his son-in-law ... into his office.He went on to say that Ormiston knew these proceedings would be acceptable to the

    PERCY, Thomas (1528-72), of Alnwick, Northumb., Topcliffe, Yorks. and Petworth, Suss.

    proclaimed Mary Queen of England. After the failure of their rising he sought refuge in Liddesdale where the Laird of Ormiston delivered him to the Regent Moray. His wife escaped to the Continent, whence she tried unsuccessfully to ransom him.

    CLERK, John (1676-1755), of Penicuik, Midlothian.

    not make any efforts to seek a new patron after Queensberry’s death, and while his friendship with Lord Justice Clerk Ormiston led him to be described in 1716 as Ormiston’s ‘creature’, he seems to have steered a course between the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1829, 26 March 1829

    26° Martii. ^.1829. Fodderty: Ormiston : Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Leith, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships " not to consent to any Measure which has for " its Object to admit Roman Catholics Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    North Marston; Waltham Abbey; Saddleworth; Beachampton ; Hays Castle; Lawder; Kirkmahoe ; and Ocheltree, 289. — Leith ; Fodderty ; Ormiston ; Kirkconnel ; Anstruther Wester ; J. Sparrow; Beddgelert; J. C. Browne ; Arlsey, &c.; Aghold; Lisnadill; Killala; Eglish Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1833, 19 March 1833

    Names are thereunto subscribed : Ilumbie & And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants Ormiston: of the Parishes of Humbie and Ormiston, whose Names are thereunto subscribed -, severally praying their Lord- 15 3 Hi It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Croxden, 89. — Belchamp St. Paul; Buckland Newton; Cerne Abbas ; and Edenkillie, 90. — Edinburgh; Fala, &c.; Humble and Ormiston ; Northampton ; St. John's, Dublin ; Bethesda Chapel, Dublin; St. Peter's, Dublin ; and Dundee, 94. — Tadcaster; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    340. Nigg, 144. 295. Northmavine, 425.—Oban, 173. Ochiltree, 196. Ola, St., 173. Olrigg, 271. Ordiquhill, 150. Orkney, St. Andrew's, 315. Ormiston, 210. Orphir, 315. Ork- Church of Scotland—conZ_'?iwe_f. In Support thereof, &c.—cow^mwerf. Paisley, Town Council, 487. Paisley, Moderator of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hydref-nesaf i r di. weddar Dr. Moffat, yr hen. genhadwr Affricaidd enw. og, yn yt pentre! lle ei ganwyd, Ormiston;' yn Iast i Lothian. Bydd y golofn o wenithfaen coch, ac yn I ugain troedfedd o uchder. Bydd 'Life Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duke of Sussex completed his sixty-seventh year. The Marquis of Lothian has just made a purchase Of the estate of Ormiston for the suni of 35,0001. The Duke of Wellington was early in his place in the House of Lords; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1., W., and J. Dyson, Huddersfield, YorkshitBre, linen drapers -W. H. Hodgre notd T. F. Chamuberlain, Tiverton, drapers- Pickeringrs and Ormiston, Flint Marsh Colliery, Flint, coal rmosters-H. Ahd sodSJ. H. Turner, Long acre, gold refiners- WV. Shand and C. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROiMf THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, efarch 4. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Bath and W. Estwick, Charles street, Drury lane, paper stainers-Ormiston and Backhouse, Sheffield, carriage makers- Silcock and Lowe, Birmingham, plane manufacturers-T. and H. Taylor, Liverpool, booksellers-Ironside, Napier, and Co., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    word that an encounter wvould taske placs on Mon- uest d&y last. In consequence ot this Sergeants Allan and 'Mr* Ormiston, with' four constables, secreted themselves in a the secluded pait during the night, and carly in the morning _they Subscribers-only content


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