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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DICKSON, John (c.1707-67), of Kilbucho, Peebles.

    (c.1707-67), of Kilbucho, Peebles. Constituency Dates Peeblesshire 1747 2 Dec. 1767 Biography Dickson, for most of his life, was ‘younger of Kilbucho’, a lawyer of comparatively modest means. During the Forty-five, although John Murray of Broughton, secretary to Prince Charles,

    DOUGLAS, Hon. John (c.1698-1732), of Broughton, Peebles.

    (c.1698-1732), of Broughton, Peebles. Constituency Dates Peeblesshire 1722 16 Mar. 1732 Biography John Douglas, who bought Broughton in 1719, was returned unopposed in 1722 on the interest of his brother, the 2nd Earl, hereditary sheriff of Peebles. Re-elected after a

    MURRAY, David (1748-94), of Hattonknowe, Peebles and South Warnborough, Hants.

    (1748-94), of Hattonknowe, Peebles and South Warnborough, Hants. Constituency Dates Peeblesshire 1784 1790 New Radnor Boroughs 1790 7 May 1794 Biography Although Murray’s interests lay almost wholly in England, he had an electoral qualification in Peeblesshire, where in 1784 he

    MURRAY, Alexander (1747-1820), of Blackbarony, Peebles.

    (1747-1820), of Blackbarony, Peebles. Constituency Dates Peeblesshire 20 Mar. 1783 1784 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds 1763, lt. and capt. 1769; ret. 1776. Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Peeblesshire 1794- d. Biography Gideon Murray was a Church of England clergyman

    MURRAY, Alexander (c.1686-1755), of Cringletie, Peebles.

    (c.1686-1755), of Cringletie, Peebles. Constituency Dates Peeblesshire 1715 241722 Peeblesshire 1741 241747 Biography Of a junior branch of the Murrays of Blackbarony,[footnote] who had represented Peeblesshire in the pre-Union Parliament of Scotland, Alexander Murray was returned unopposed as a Whig

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda'r ganriH-William yn 1800, a Robert yn 1802, yn nhref fehan, ddistaw, lonydd Peebles, ar lan yr afon glasurol Tweed, n Scotland. "Mar dawel a'r bedd neu Peebles," ebai Arglvydd Cock- burn. Yr oedd eu henafiaid wedi bod yn preswylio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd wedi darllen ei Fibl drosodd am y ddegfed d waith*'a dengain. Y mae boneddwr o'r enw Mr. Leckie, o Peebles, a Scotland, newydd adaal eymunrodd o ddeng mil o bunau i'r Eglwys Bresbvteraidd Undebol. Y mae d 5000 o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda IeAl Rosebery, s; ymadaaodd oaddiyno prydahawn ddydd Mawrth er talu ym- weliad ag ArglwYdd Reay.. Cyfarfyddiyd ef yn ngorsaf Peebles. ga4n y provost a'r pwgllgor Rhyiddfrybol. Traddadodd- ymtau anerchiadU byr i tus 2000 obobl, oedd Awedi ymgasglk tu- allan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .pymtheg ymhellsch, sef Bedfordshire, Caernarfon, Cumberland, Derbyshire, Lancashire (de.ddwyrain,-dwy), Norfolk (de), Maesyfed, Staffordshire, Warwiokshire, Bwrds- drefi Ayr, Berwickshime. a Bwrdeisdrefi Peebles, a Selkirk, a.Wicklow. Y mae soefyifa 'bresenol (boreu Ian) .y Senedd neowydd fel y canly- Rhyddfrydwyr.. 346 Ceidwadwyr ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... 1: Norfolk, South 1 Brecon ... I1 frOldha .. 1 Brighton ... 2- Oxford .. 1 Buckingbam ... 1,: Peebles and Selkirk- ...l 1 Bury St. Edmund ... 1 Pembrokeshire 1 Buteshire .. 1 Perthshire ... 1 Cambridge .. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Teviot. Ob. 14 Jan. 1710 . Ætat. 60. M. S. THOMÆ LIVINGSTON Militis Baronetti, Vicecomitis de Teviot, Baronis Livingston de Peebles . Qui in Batavia natis, e perantiquâ Livingstonotum Gente in Scotia ortus, a primâ Adolescentiâ inter Arma versatus, &

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Holmcultram

    of Kirkwinny in company with Christian, Bishop of Whithern, and Huctred son of Fergus , 54 and was present at Peebles when William the Lion granted the great charter to the abbey of Jedburgh . 55 The greatest function in

    Paddington Maida Vale

    Keith , and Melrose houses occupied the south side of Carlton Vale , and Thurso , Renfrew , Strome, and Peebles houses, and an old people's home called Carlton Dene , the north side. Farther north the G.L.C. built Torridon

    Index A-J

    Lutyens; Lyons ; McAslan; Mackmurdo; MacManus; Mathews; Maufe; Mellor ; Mendelsohn; Mocatta; Monson, E.C.P.; Newman & Billing; Peacock , Jos.; Peebles ; Pocock, Wm F. and Wm W.; Pole; Porfiri; Pryce; Pugin, A.W.N. and E.W.; Rees ; Reilly; Ricardo; Riley,

    Index K-Z

    , Peacock : Edw., Eliz., see Grove Grove, Jos., Peake , Mr, surgeon, Pearce : Anna, see Ricardo Chas Maresco, Peebles , Alex., Peel , Sir Rob., Peirene (or Pierene), John, Pelham : Chas, Eliz., see Warton Sir Thos ,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Arch [dictus de Thorparche] Role: witness Details: male Employment: skinner Location: Durham Place(s): Durham (Dunelm') : undefined Scotland : country Peebles (Pebels) : township Participant: JohnSedbergh [de Sadbery] Role: witness Details: male Employment: cook for the Dominicans of York Location:


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