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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, April 1745, 1-10, 01 April 1745-10 April 1745

    Charles Murray of Stanhope , and the joint and several Answer of Archibald Hunter , Brother of Robert Hunter of Polmood , deceased, Thomas Hunter his Son an Infant, and Veronica Murray Widow of the said Robert , put in

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    ii. 1154, 1393. Pollok , Nether, in Eastwood (Netherpolles, Netherpollos), Renfrewshire, ii. 1153, 1393. Polmaise (Polemaise) in Stirling, ii. 881. Polmood in Tweedsmuir (Polmand, Polmund), Peeblesshire, ii. 1153, 1392. Polson (Falson), John, ii. 1151, 1391. Polsthead . See Poulsted. Polton

    Index of names and places, H

    i. 1246; ii. 1290, 1374. Captain John, governor of Harwich, i. 689. Richard, of Frodingham, ii. 632, 638. Robert, of Polmood, ii. 1153, 1392. Huntingdon , ii. 138, 978. garrison of, i. 763, 764, 862. parliamentary representation of, ii. 815.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 April 1745, 9 April 1745

    and feveral Anfe of Achbald Hunter, Brother of to repair and widen the Road leading from Godinan- Robert Hunter of Polmood, deceafed, Thomas Hunter his " chefler, in the County of Huntingdon, through Fen- Son an Infant, and Veronica Murray Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1797, 24 May 1797

    ¦3 h '11 tS «' 1788 the Appellant purchafed the Lands of Kevock- " mill, of Mr. Hunter, of Polmood ; that the Appellant employed the Refpondent, as his Agent to complete the Purchafe ; that for certain Reafons the Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1801, 23 March 1801

    Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Upon reading the Petition of the Honourable Eliza- Hunter's Pß- beth Huniet\ of Polmood, Wife of the Honourable James ^fHteaT* Achouchar Forbes, Eldeft Son of. the Right Honourable ' James Lord Forbes Baron Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1816, 15 February 1816

    this Houfe, in " their Lordfhips great Wifdom, fhall feem meet; and " that The Right Honorable Elizabeth Hunter of Polmood, " and James Lord Forbes, her Hufband, for his Intereft, " and Thomas Cranßoun Writer to the Signet, their Subscribers-only content

    16 July 1822, 16 July 1822

    Appellant; setting forth, " That the Ap- " pellant, conceiving that he had some Claim to the Estate " of Polmood, in the County of Peebles, which had " descended to and was enjoyed by the Respondent Lady « Forbes, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INEWIARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. I XON DAY, April 28. Stewards: The Marquis of Anglesey, Earl of Zetland, Earl of Glasgow. Keeper of the Match Book: Messrs. Weatherby. Judge: Mr. Clarke. Starter: Mr. Hibburd. Clerk of the Scales: Mr. Manning. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sovs, 91b extra; one mile. age at lb age st lb Vandermenlin ......... 8 10 lHegira .4. ....... 2..... 2 Polmood o 5 b 8 6 Naughty Boy . .I 4 6 1 Waster Bagot . . 4 8 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ireland, to sirant the dignity of a Baronet of the said United Kingdom unto the Right Hon. Mitchell Thomson, of Polmood, in the County of Peebles, Lord Provo.s ! of the City of Edinburgh, and tho heirs male of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j Upper T«.eed<.l. in which he lived was ;i v_rv hot- bed of Jaeobi.isui ; a'i around hii.i -.it Stan'moo, Polmood, _>.itiii-._ier. (.ilbucbo - wer. settled relatives aad syiupa*liistMs : Traquair. the go- between of lh_ ft_.i.ii-h and English ~dhi.ei.tn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was the son of Mr. J. Elliot, of Wolfelee, by Caroline, daughter and co-heit of Walter Hunter, last laird of Polmood, Peebles. He was educated at Doncaster and at Haileybury College, whence he passed into the Civil Service of the Subscribers-only content

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