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  • * British History Online * *

    77 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Index, P

    Pitarrow , Sir John Wishart, Laird of, Controller of Scotland, 1017 (2), 1111, 1417 (5), 1640. See also Wyshart, John. Pittenweem , 181 (6). Place , the President de la, 1145 (10). Plessy , M. de, 99 (2), 109 (9),

    Index, J, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    at Pittenweem for Berwick, 313; (on 20th), 315; reaches Berwick (24th Feb.), 321; signs "Articles" (27th), 324; to Cecil, thanks and protestations (28th), ib .; to Norfolk of Huntly, to keep his letters (8th March), 330; to Cecil from Pittenweem Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, Q, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    . .: a papist, 624; 625. Mistress Elizabeth: 625. Pinard , Sieur: 194; 231; Morgan's papers brought to, 608; 642. Pittenweem , Laird of: Melville to (6th June 1584), 174. Pius V. , Pope: 420; sentence of excommunication by, against Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    (2), 710 (1), 781 (1), 957 (2), 990. Pitcher , Francis, 1023. Pitcur , the tutor of, see Haliburton, James. Pittenweem (Fife), 352 (5), 392 (9), 485 (3), 710 (1), 839, 840. Pius IV. , Pope, 552 (7), 553 (2),

    Index, P, Q, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    537; Courcelles to (20th Aug. 1586), 622; 662. Pirates : James VI. requests redress of the "pillory" of English, 628. Pittenweem , Prior of: to Walsingham (13th Aug. 1585), 66. Plonnart , Charles (Plouvart): sequestered, 207; Mary's embroiderer, 412; 634. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 March 1759, 12 March 1759

    in £/£<«, Kenneth Mackenzie of LangweU, William Dick of Grange, Hugh Rofs Merchant in London, Wil¬ liam Scot Mafon in Pittenweem, and others, Creditors of the deceafed J/W« Earl of Cromartie, Claimants upon the Eftate of Cromartie; complaining of certain Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1766, 16 January 1766

    arifing upon the Refpondents Complaint to the Court " of Seffion for an undue ElefHon of the Magiftrates of " Pittenweem, which, by Two A&s of the 7th and loth " of His late Majefty, is entitled to the Privilege Subscribers-only content

    7 December 1767, 7 December 1767

    d< Lag agaiaft Ramfajr et ai. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of James Laing Innkeeper and Land Labourer in Pittenweem, complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Sef¬ fion in Scotland, of the 14th of February 1767; and Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1801, 8 May 1801

    I I I I I I 93 Brought over Fifefhire : Cupar - - St. Andrews Anftruther E. and W. Pittenweem Craill Kilrenny Dyfart Kirkaldy Bruntifland Kinghorn Inverkeithing Dumferline Forfarfhire: Arbroath Montrofe Brechin Dundee Forfar Haddingtonfhire, or Eaft Lothian : Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1819, 23 March 1819

    Royal Burgh of Pittenweem, David Simson, Baker there, James Brown, Farmer or Land Labourer there, John Finlay, Weaver there, John Adamson, Weaver there, and Robert Jack, Farmer there, all late Councillors of the said Burgh of Pittenweem ; complaining of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Kingsbarns, aged 92, Christian, widow of the late Robert Robertson, gardener at Balcaskie to Lord-Eglinton..- She was born i Pittenweem in '1741, and remembered the. battle of Prestonlpans -in 1745, many ancdotes of which she used to relate.. She Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs Lea, of the Lakes, nearKidderminster-On the 31st ult., at Meaford, Staffordshire, the Viscountess St Vincent-On the 26th nlt., at Pittenweem, the Bight Rev. D. Low, D.D., formerly Bishop of Ross, Moray, and Argyle, is his 87th year-On the 20th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vice, being imployed by his ffather to make some naills to a ship belonging to one of the merchants in Pittenweem, when he was working in his ifather's amiddie, one Beatrix Laing, who is one of these who have confessed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6d. R. W. JELLF, D.D. Principal. ANOTHER TESTIMONIAL.- -L Cure of Asthma. by DR LOCOCH'S PULMONIC WAFERS.-From Mr Forrester, Chemist, Pittenweem: B Dlt LOCOCK'S WAFERS are highly famed in this locality; they prove beneficial to those who are troubled with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON. EC. *4X* See Address on each piece. C URES of ASTHMA by DR LOCOCK'S PULMDONIC WAFERS.-From Mr Forrester, Chemist, Pittenweem: "Dr Lococl's Wafers are highly tamed in this locality; they prove very beneficial to those who are troubled with Subscribers-only content


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