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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Books, January 1708, 1-5, 01 January 1708-05 January 1708

    Elibank for 19 years from Whitsunday 1705 by gift dated 2 Nov 1705 of the fue and other duties of Prora & Fenton & Bancrief 286 4 4 grant to the Governor of Stirling Castle for upholding the roof thereof

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1732, July-December, 01 July 1732-27 December 1732

    to the Treasury from Alexander Lord Elibank. For remission of arrears of feu duties on his lands of Ballencrieff, Elibank, Prora, and Fentoun. 1 page. Appending: Account of the charge on petitioner for said duties by the Court of Exchequer,

    Index, P, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    supplying Mint with copper. See Mint. Proprietors of Charitable Corporation . See Charitable Corporation. -, of a nnuities. See Annuities. Prora (Prorax) , 306, 595. Prosecutions . See Exchequer process, Gold, Licence, Salt bonds, Treasonable papers, Scotland criminal prosecutions. Protestant

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1737, July-December, 04 July 1737-30 December 1737

    the Treasury from Alexander Lord Elibank. For remission of the feu dues out of his lands of Ballencrieff, Elibank, and Prora. Together with abstract of the charge of said dues. 1 page. Treasury Board Papers CCXCV. No. 54. Aug. 2

    Index, P, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    and Radnor, 404, 440, 573. Procurator general . See King's advocate. Progresses . See Royal roads. Proof . See Rum. Prora (Haddingtonshire) , 382. Prosecutions . See Hackney coaches, treasury, stamps, cards, smuggling, mint, sweet wines. -, inspector of. See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Signor Costa pesided at the piano- forte. The selection includd, duno ' Ah guardata,' Madame Gristi aad Signor i abltcabe (Prora) Gnecco; aria," Vi Ravviso," Signor Tanbuirilli (Ses2asoamo7sa) I 1-llio ; duo,' hLbben a to feriaci,' Madame Crisi and Madame Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tliat all Reforms are secouadar: Io _ 3 object of maintaining Lord Melbdihrue's Cabinet free Pron'M erery species of emibariassrnent. Prora the context it is, hKmrever. cie.. that the writer's meaning is not expessthd in hit words, for .-e rro- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the energy with which he surpasses all that we have been hitherto used to consider the fun of the Prora d'un Opera Seria. At Covent Garden, also, one of the events of the season is at hand, the performance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -rca: - loeys, Scarr'sl. 3o. Otci..___221 suAPlNti MAt 1111321 ttti. soil I v.tmkek: douiii' ge~Ar S Sfaetiitg, etnol niak.-Stoidgkids, eictW,.cl, Prora. lnSre-. , 2,_..4,0f, 8.10,I12, B, o, aol 2)Ito. ultytl toe lit iteery.Slyrsonenig Alsour no,-Unique lngin's, 4khip. 5159 Jntt,,rcy anc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORBBRVONDENCE POSTAL\FACILITIES WITE FRANCE. 2o thc FDrroz, of ties DAIrrY Posr. ; Sir,-The vast inorease of the commerce betw'een Eng-! land and France, inaugurated by the treaty negotiated by Mr. Cobden, has created on amount of correspondence. between the Subscribers-only content

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