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  • * British History Online *

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    Laird of, v . Monypenny. Pitsligo , Laird of, 824, v . Forbes. Pittarro , Laird of, v . Wisheart. Pittencrieff , Laird of, v . Wemyss. Pittenweem , prior of, 452, 540, 543, v . Halyburton, Stewart. Planting of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dunfermline was decided In the First Divltion ot the Court of Session, on Tuesday, In favour of Mr. Hunt, of Pittencrieff, who claimed the pro- pesty as against the Crown, A boy was saved from drowning at Southampton, on Tues Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 40,258 bales, and the exports 15,195 bales. The action raised at the instance of Mr. James A, Hunt, of Pittencrieff, against Mr. Archibald Romances, for the publication of a letter in theile DugJnline Press, alleged to be injurious to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its own super- intendence. Reports were read from several districts respecting the improvements of breeds of cattle. Mir. Hunt, of Pittencrieff, reported that the Veterinary- School continues to increase in celebrity. During the pre- Bent session, seventy-one students attended Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    the Ge- neral Annual Show for 1841, at Berwick. Admiral Milne moved the adoption of this recomineadation. Air. HUNT, of Pittencrieff, seconded the motion._ lie had received a letter from a distinguished Breeder in the district, mentioning, that the utmost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n.ers-W. Hunt, 3. A. Hunt, A. Hunt, R. Hunt, G. E. Maitland, and DJ. Smith, executors of J. H~unt (deceased), Pittencrieff and Durnfermoline, mnanufacturer of table linen. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS, WHITEHEAD, KERE, and Co., Glasgow, and Singapore and Double Island,'Swatow, merchants, Subscribers-only content

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