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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1568, December

    Lordship will sett fordward the same at the uttermost of his power; requesting also for the placeing of Mr Johne Porterfield, now banischt from Dumbartan, as in lyke manner for ane godlie learned Inglischman, and for their reasonable stipends, off

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 3 September 1831, 03 September 1831-03 September 1831

    was this Day brought in. Sir M. P. Stewart v. Porterfield. After hearing Counsel further in the Cause wherein Sir Michael Porterfield Shaw Stewart Baronet is Appellant, and James Corbet Porterfield Esquire is Respondent: It is Ordered , That the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 1 September 1831, 01 September 1831-01 September 1831

    put off 'till To-morrow, Ten o'Clock. Sir M. P. Stewart v. Porterfield. Ordered , That the Cause wherein Sir Michael Porterfield Shaw Stewart Baronet is Appellant, and James Corbet Porterfield Esquire is Respondent, be heard by Counsel at the Bar

    Appendix, Bishops and Archbishops of Glasgow, 1175-1649

    his Ambassador at the French Court. Restored to the Archbishopric in 1598, but never returned to Scotland. POST-REFORMATION Archbishop John (Porterfield), 1571 1572. Archbishop James (Boyd), 1572 1581. Archbishop Robert (Montgomery), 1581 1585. Archbishop William (Erskine), 1585 1587. Never in

    Acts and Proceedings, 1587, June

    first privielie treattit and considderit be [the brethren underwritten, to witt, ] the Laird of Dunne, Mrs. Peeter Blakburne, Johne Porterfield, Thomas Buchannan, David Lindsay, Nicoll Dalgleish, and David Fergusone, quhom the Assemblie nominat to travell, reason, and conferre with

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 December 1770, 19 December 1770

    To which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Marga- ^'iC lfon ret Porterfield alias Steuart Nicolfin, Wife of Houjlon gjft Steuart Nicolfon Efquire, complaining of Two Inter¬ locutors of the Commiflaries in Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1771, 5 February 1771

    moved, " That a Day may be Nicolfon a- " appointed for hearing the Caufe wherein Margaret ?ainft N»co1 " Porterfield alias Stuart Nicolfon is Appellant, and fon< " Houflon Stuart Nicolfon is Refpondent:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe Subscribers-only content

    26 November 1779, 26 November 1779

    St. Clair, was this Day brought iri. of Dyfart." As was alfo, The Anfwer of Margaret Graham other- Graham wife Porterfield, the Widow of William Graham Efquire, ^ to the Appeal of Elizabeth Graham, and others. And alfo, The Anfwer Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1780, 16 March 1780

    Graham, Qwham; the Infant Children of William Graham Younger of Gartmcre Efquire, now deceafed, by Mrs. Margaret Porterfield, Daughter of Doctor William Porterfield Phyfician in Edinburgh, alfo deceafed, and of Robert Graham of Gartmore Efquire, and others, their Guar¬ dians Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1787, 12 March 1787

    to enter into Re- cog rkance on laid Ap- peal. Porterfield againft E. Glencaim et al: Efquires, Freeholders of the County of Pezz/re<e- ; com- plaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Council and Seffion in S-O/Azzze/, of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    volunteers :were about -to be sent to the frontier by the Canadian Government. A Montreal despatch says a man named Porterfield, a Confederate Govern- ment agent in that city, and custodian of the money stolen from the St Alban's banks, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to make Savannah, If captured, a base for operations in Sputh and North Carollna, Portes fleet is bound for Wilmington. Porterfield, a reputed Confederate agent, is undergoing a legal-examination at Montreal. The revocation of General Dix's order by the President, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was consequently a poor one, The Small I Heath took the lead very early in the game, Hands easily beating Porterfield. They ontinued to have the beat of the play, hult did not score agac antil Bootle had eqolised mnatters. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than ten thousand dollars; but R it seems thet a Mr. Lyons, who hsad beou a forirser partner t. of Porterfield, was arrested by General Butler on tho d ground that he was exporting gold; seld although Mr. 1I Lyons Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the flocr, still endeavouring to extingish the flames l The cook, in the meantime, called in Police-constable P h John Porterfield, 214 C. who, seeing the condition of d decoeawd, at once clasped her in his arms, and succeeded a Subscribers-only content

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