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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, P

    1091, 1404. Perusia , 124. Perth , 784, 799, 852. Perusinus , Petrus, 124. Petalw , the Lord of, see Pittarrow. Peter , Mr., 68. Petiliano , Count de, release of, from prison, 123. Petit , steward of Cardinal Pole's

    Index, P

    1518, 1532. Pirates in the North Sea , 1015. Pitagliano , interference of King of Spain in affairs of, 1006. Pittarrow , Laird of, 856, 394, 984. Plessis , M. de, 595. -, -, hanged, 1200. Podolia , 838. Poiet

    Extracts from the Records, 1560, July-December

    with maister James M'Gill clerk of register, maister Jhone Ballandene justice clerk, and the laird of Dwn and laird of Pittarrow, being convenit, the saidis dekynnis all in ane voce humlie requeistit the saidis ballies and counsall to laubour for

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    142, 871 (1), 1670. Wurtzburg , Bishop of, 142. Wymes , John, of Pettincie, 134. Wyshart , John, Laird of Pittarrow, letter from, 346. X. Xainctes , 1437 (5), 1487. Y. Yarde , Richard, letter from, 655. Yarmouth , 59.

    Elizabeth, April 1573, 1-15, 01 April 1573-15 April 1573

    . The Castle required that the colonel would speak the Laird of Pittarrow, which being condescended unto, they met at the little postern. In a long harangue Pittarrow required that seeing the noblemen whom they craved to come to the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARNEGIE, Sir James, 3rd Bt. (1715-65), of Pittarrow, Kincardine.

    3rd Bt. (1715-65), of Pittarrow, Kincardine. Constituency Dates Kincardineshire 1741 30 Apr. 1765 Ofifces Held Capt. 21 Ft. 1744, ret. 1755; ld. lt. Kincardine 1746-d. Biography James Carnegie, by the death in 1730 of his cousin, the attainted 5th Earl

    RAMSAY, Sir Alexander, 5th Bt. (c.1679-1754), of Balmain, Kincardine.

    Jacobite’, the view of one modern historian, is unsubstantiated. Indeed, as a guardian of Sir James Carnegie, 3rd Bt.†, of Pittarrow, he acquiesced in the efforts of his Whig colleague Lord Milton to ensure that their ward was raised a

    CARNEGIE, Sir James, 3rd Bt. (1715-65), of Pittarrow, Kincardine.

    3rd Bt. (1715-65), of Pittarrow, Kincardine. Constituency Dates Kincardineshire 1741 30 Apr. 1765 Ofifces Held Capt. 21 Ft. 1744; ret. 1755. Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Kincardine 1746- d. Biography James Carnegie by the death in 1730 of his cousin, the

    CARNEGIE, Sir David, 4th Bt. (1753-1805), of Southesk.

    Alexander Ramsay Irvine, who completed the legal and financial business connected with the purchase of the Southesk forfeited estates, sold Pittarrow to his uncle George, a returned Jacobite, and by further land transactions paid off the entire debt.[footnote]Ambitious from boyhood

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday, various claims for peerages were discussed. The following were allowed: That of Sir James Carnegie, of Southesk, Kinnaird, and Pittarrow, Bart., to the titles, honours, and dignities of Earl of Southesk and Baron Carnegie of Kinnaird and Leuachrs, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the wealth of the Church. In July before his death we find him writing to his friend the Laird of Pittarrow: "If they can have the Kirk lansld to be annexed to their houses, they appear to take no ore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the chair.~ .. THE SOrTHzSX rHEEAG31. It This was a claim of Sir James Carnegie, of Souathiskc, o .Kinnaird, and Pittarrow, Bart., to the titles, honourR, and tu digni1ties of Earhl of Southeak 'and Baron Carnegie of Kin- o: naird Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Craig, surgeon, R.N., Birkeulicad. _3p.lt!) 2*. At Leckic, on the 18th instant, Charles Alexander Moir of Lcckie, Esq. At Pittarrow, on tbe 18th instant, Mr Walter Brodie, in the seventy-fifth year of his age. Lately, at Mogher, barony of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC NOTICES THIS EVENING. NOTES OF EASTERN TRAVEL. rriHF. Rev. J. C. BAXTER will gi ye his Third Evening, the lst December. ** v " Subject- " From Jerusalem to the Sea ot Galilee " Lecture to begin at Subscribers-only content

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