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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1727

    Ministers ; the Right Honourable Adam Cockburn of Ormiston, Lord JusticeClerk, Mr James Erskine of Grange, Mr James Hamilton of Pencaitland, and Mr Hugh Dalrymple of Drummore, four of the Senators of the College of Justice, George Drummond, Esq., Lord

    Acts, 1726

    of Arniston, Mr James Boswell of Auchinleck, Mr Charles Erskine of Barjarg, his Majesty's Solicitor, Mr Alexander Hamilton, younger of Pencaitland, Mr Hugh Dalrymple, senior, advocate, Mr Patrick Grant of Easter Elchies, John Campbell, late Provost of Edinburgh, Alexander Arbuthnot

    Warrant Books, January 1713, 1-15, 01 January 1713-15 January 1713

    University, he having died 1712 Sept. 23. In the present list the following items are new, viz. James Hamilton of Pencaitland from 14 Aug. 1712, being the date of his commission in the list of Lords of Session, to 25

    Acts, 1722

    Alexander Ogilvie of Forglen, Baronet, Mr James Erskine of Grange, Sir Francis Grant of Cullen, Baronet, Mr James Hamilton of Pencaitland, Sir Andrew Home of Kimmerghame, Sir Walter Pringle of Newhall, eight of the Senators of the College of Justice,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, January 1750, 11-20, 11 January 1750-20 January 1750

    and John Earl of Cassillis her Husband, Dunbar Earl of Selkirk, William Earl of Ruglen and March, Alexander Hamilton of Pencaitland Esquire, and Anthony Sawyer Esquire, complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Session in Scotland , of the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 February 1738, 1 February 1739

    Kinloch by the faid Dame Mary his Wife, James Cath- cart Efquire, and Mrs. Elizabeth Rochead Spinfter, Alexander Hamilton of Pencaitland Efquire, Thomas *Dundas ofLet hem, and John Rochead Merchant in Edinburgh, and the Tutors and Curators of fuch of Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1738, 14 February 1739

    John Dalrymple, Sons of the faid Sir James Dalrymple, James Cathcart of Carbifion, Mrs. Elizabeth Rochead Spinfter, Alexander Hamiltdn of Pencaitland Writer to the Signet, Mr. Hugh Murray Kynnynm'ound of Melgiim, Thomas Dundas of Let hem, John Rochead Merchant in Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1802, 12 February 1802

    callus. Comes CaJJlllis. Comes Pomfret. Comes Bathurfl. Comes Mansfield. Comes Defart. Upon reading the Petition of John Ha7nilton Efquire, of Pencaitland, praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for the Purpofes in the laid Petition mentioned : It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1802, 24 March 1802

    and others Teinds, and Pertinents thereof, com- prifed in the Deed of Entail executed by the deceafed Alexander Hamilton, of Pencaitland, Efquire, upon the Thirty-firft Day of January One thoufand feven hundred and forty-feven, in Truftees, in Truft, to fell Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1802, 25 March 1802

    and others, Teinds, and Pertinents thereof, com- prifed in the Deed of Entail executed by the deceafed Alexander Hamilton, of Pencaitland, Efquire, upon the Thirty-firft Day of January One thoufand feven hun¬ dred and forty-feven, in Truftees, in Truft, to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being extinct. Deceased's mother, a'widow, keeps the Dove Inn, Derby. FATAL COAL-PIT ACCIDENT NEAR PENCAITLAND. -Two MNam SuvrocATnD. -On Thursday, at noon, the vil- lage of Pencaitland was thrown into a state of great ex- citement by the report that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FsE PLAjCE of WORSHIIP, Bank, Leds- gF pLC-EA MREThNG in thc Town 13all TO-DAY, at dye o'elock. 15015t 1E. eacb. Tr )EDS AUXILIARY OF THIE RELIGIOUS TRACT 5 ll(Y.-The SIXTY-FRST ANNIVE~tsARY cf the above Soie~tY will be held 'This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    undertaking is to a be carried out forthwith. The Rev. Mr. M'Kellar, recently minister of 0 the Free Church at Pencaitland, and son of a V late pre-disruptibon Moderator of the General I Assembly, has applied for admission into the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rank as ever, and an addi- ition has been made to it over ass old. kirk road from 'Gleukinchie to Pencaitland.' Deer-stalking ~is now in progress in Scotland, and has so far been remarkably successful.' Partrdge shooting )t has bega-ns Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M aaraltire, Ballater, the right-of -way has now been b practically ackiiowledged. Obstructions placed 1 on the woodland walk at Pencaitland by a neigh. r houring proprietor havo been removed by a local L committee. Certain ot her S CROFTFAI Subscribers-only content

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