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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pryd y co]lodd-y cadben ei fywyd-wrth geisio.cyraedd y lan. Achubwyd y. gweddill o'r dwylaw. Yr 'oedd y llestr yn'rhwym i, Peterhead, gyda Ulwyth o lo. Mae bwriad: yn'brlesenol'.i 'gael tir pleseia (recrea- tion ground) yn peArthyn i -'Upper 2Bangdr, er Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y morwyr yn dWfod i gredts mewn. gallu olew i liniaru cynddeiriogrwydd y tonau Gwnleth Mr. Shields arbrawfiadau dyddcrol srno'yn Peterhead yr wythnos ddiweddaf, ar ddiwrnod nodedig o ystormus. Rhedai y tonau mor uchel ar y fynedfa i mewn i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bresacl of promnise of marriage. M. Sergeant dNSLOW stated, that the plaintiff was the daughter of a reputable farmer at Peterhead, in Scot- lasd and the defendant, a native of the snme place, who was a nma-ter baker in London, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bill was afterwards referred to a committee up stairs. Wednesday, Oct. 12. REFORM. The LORD CEArNCELLOR presented a petition from Peterhead, Scotland, in favour ' of the reform bill. " Nothing," said he, " could be devised by the heart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had received the following extract of a letter from Capt. Lyle, of the Clarendon,frorn Davis's Straits' Fishery, which arrived off Peterhead on Saturday last:-" Captain Ross and his crew are on board of the Isabella, Qaptain Humphreys. They are all Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 February 1802, 20 February 1802

    John Har- Harkw et al, „_ _T r - _, _ r t> law and Andrew Symes, Efquires, refiding in Peterhead; againffi Go- The Houfe being informed « That feveral of the Re- mUiam Robertfm §enio£ hooper there; Robert Hutchi- Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1802, 22 February 1802

    of Edinburgh, Proprietors of the Eftate of " Peterhead, and Superiors of the Burgh of Peterhead, " and George Earl of Aberdeen, and the whole other " Heretors of the Parifh of Peterhead, and Doctor *f George Moir, the Minifter Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1802, 19 May 1802

    in the Parifli of Peterhead, ** which contains 4371 Souls, have for upwards of Two " Years paft been deprived of any Place of public " Worfliip; that feveral Years ago the Parifh Church " of Peterhead fell into great Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1802, 10 June 1802

    put into a Committee upon the faid Bill To-morrow. Upon reading the Petition of the Heritors of the Parifh of Peterhead, and another, Refpondents in a againft He». Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which John Harlaw tors of Peter. Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1802, 15 June 1802

    " the Caufe, wherein John Harlaiv and others, Feuars tors of Peter- « jn Peterhead, are Appellants, and the Heritors of the «ead. a parj{h of Peterhead, and another, Refpondents, be " heard by Counfel at the Bar, on Friday Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, November 1666, 01 November 1666-30 November 1666

    Denmark's ships of 28 guns with the last great tempest spent all her masts and, driving about Buchan Ness and Peterhead as a wreck, the Earl Marischal sent off his vassals in boats well provided. The captain and 150 seamen Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1571, August

    a . [Mr James Lawson, Subprincipall of Aberdeen, David Wemes, John Dykes, James Melvill, Patrick Balfour, Archibald Keith, Minister at Peterhead, were appointed to try the Commissioners books of their visitations since the last Assembly; and, after triall, to report

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 18 October 1831, 18 October 1831-18 October 1831

    is Ordered , That the said Petitions do lie on the Table. Peterhead: Upon reading the Petition of the Feuars, Burgesses, Merchants, Ship Owners and Inhabitants of Peterhead , in Public Meeting convened, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; taking notice

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 12 October 1831, 12 October 1831-12 October 1831

    , That the said Petitions do lie on the Table. Peterhead. Upon reading the Petition of the Magistrates, Burgesses, Merchants, Ship Owners and other principal Inhabitants of the Town of Peterhead , whose Names are thereunto subscribed; taking notice of

    Acts, 1698

    Fetteresso; six of them to the province of Aberdeen, to any of these posts following, viz., New and Old Aberdeen, Peterhead, Foveran, Rathven, Mostlach, Boyndie, Upper Banchory, Over, or Old Meldrum; and three to the province of Moray, to any

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FOSTER, John (1740-1828), of Collon, co. Louth.

    of another part, as if they had separate interests". He seconded a motion for a grant to repair Banff and Peterhead harbours, 12 July 1820.[footnote] On 8 Jan. 1821 he organized a "most numerous and highly respectable" county meeting at

    ROSS, Horatio (1801-1886), of Rossie Castle, nr. Montrose, Forfar.

    the introduction of the Grey ministry"s reform scheme, which proposed to give Aberdeen a Member of its own and add Peterhead to the other four burghs, in March 1831, Ross attended Aberdeen reform dinners and announced his intention of offering

    DUFF, James, 4th Earl Fife [I] (1776-1857), of Duff House, Banff.

    12 July, Fife "warmly supported" a motion for the grant of �3,000 towards repairs of hurricane damage to Banff and Peterhead harbours.[footnote] From London he wrote to his brother-in-law Richard Duff of Orton, 8 Aug. 1820: We have had a

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 23/02/1756

    at Peterhead , a fishing-town, to the northward of Aberdeen , in the northern parts of Scotland . He was, in his youth, under the protection of his parents, put to school, and taught to read and write; and he

 

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