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  • * British History Online *

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

    Index, Q, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    , 50, 77, 104, 318, 339, 466, 491, 522, 676. -, MARY , 77. Queen Square , Westminster. See Streets. Queensferry (Linlithgow) , 218, 233, 654. Quicksilver , 25, 33. Quilter , John, 48. Quit rents . See Carolina (North);

    Index, Q, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    See Lotteries. -, -, Presence and Privy Chambers, 55. -, street. See Streets. Queensberry , Duke of. See Douglas, Charles. Queensferry , 518. Quick , Richard, 119. Quit rents . See Carolina, Ireland, New York, Virginia. Quincy , Samuel, 479.

    Index, Q, R

    Alvarez de, see Aquila, Bishop of. Queensferry , 182. R. R. , Lord, see Dudley, Lord Robert. R. [the Laird of Grainge? ] , 1034 (6). Ragusa , 969 (3). Railton , Gregory, 1, 2 (2), 11, 23, 36, 43,

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    Mr.; 391. Quasco . See Guasto. Queensferry ; 404. Queen's officers : cannoniers; 220. footmen; 23. foragemaster; 440. gentlemen of the chapel and keeper of the stable; 234. groom of the slaughter-house; 414. master gunner; 23. musicians. See Musicians. ordinary

    June 1654, An Ordinance for Distribution of the Elections in Scotland., 27 June 1654-27 June 1654

    and the place of meeting for the Election of such person shall be at Dundee; For the Borough of Lithquo, Queensferry, Pearth, Colross, and Sterling, one, and the place of meeting for the Election of such person shall be at

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 April 1764, 10 April 1764

    County of Edinburgh, to and from the " City of Edinburgh, and from Cramond Bridge to the " ToWn of Queensferry in the County of Linlithgow." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Committees Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1771, 20 March 1771

    Houfe ^ Lords, L. Raven/worth. L. ifyfc. L. Mansfield. L. Lyttelton. L. Scar/dale. L. Boßon. L. Camden» Cramond Bridge to Queensferry, Road Bill. Their Lordfhips, or any Five of them, to meet on Friday next, at Ten o'Clock in the Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1796, 23 February 1796

    " from North Queensferry, in the County of Fife, to the " Town of Perth; and more effectually making, re- " pairing, and keeping in Repair the faid Road, and " the Landing Places at the Queensferry j" to which Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1796, 24 February 1796

    the Second, and the Twelfth Year of His prefent Majefty, in as far as re- fpetts the Road from North Queensferry, in the County of Fife, to the Town of Perth, and more effectually making, repairing, and keeping in Repair Subscribers-only content

    29 February 1796, 29 February 1796

    St.David's. L. Bp. Briflol. L. Grenville. L. Sandys. L. Sundridge. L. Thiirlow. L. Walßngham. L. Rawdon. L. Auckland. L. Mulgrave. Queensferry K Bill: " fectually making, repairing, and keeping in Repair the " faid Road, and the Landing Places, at Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BEBSONAU WED BODDL-Nas Sad- wrn, d;gwyddoedd danwain ddifrifol ar y Ddyfrdwy gyferbyn a Queensferry, Penarlag. Ymddengys i ddeg o bersonou gychwyn. o Con. nah's Quay am ' Queensferry mewn cwob, a pban oddeutu haner c6n llath o'r Ian trodd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ellis Jones, Llanlfechain. Henaduriaeth. Trefaldwyn.-Parch. E. P. Hughes, Groe3, a Mr. J. C. Gittins, Trefaldwyn Henaduriaeth Caer.-Parch. J. H. Davies, .Queensferry; D. Treborth Jones, Caer; J. Roberts, Caer; J. Ernest Jones, Treffynon; Mri. Thomas Williams, Buckley; a C. P. Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King returned to London oi Sunday last, haihig 1ki Queensferry (after breakfasting with the Earl of Hbpevoto) oh the previous Thursday about three o'clock. He sailed ii' the Royal Sovereign Yarcht, towed by the James Watt sthasu- ship, as before; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and forms an anomaly for which we are at a loss to account.-Exetr Gazette. SiNGuLAR EscAPE.-On Friday evening, as the Queensferry coach was on its return to Edinburgh, and when about a mile to the north-vvest of Mutton hole, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way to Queensferry, many citizens were on foot at an early hour. The morn- inn shone out with exquisite brilliancy, and town and country looked supremely beautiful. At a few minutes past ten o'clock the Royal cortege entered Queensferry street Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Queen's Ferry (South Queensferry), 1782

    The Queen's Ferry (South Queensferry) [boat/ship] Three men pulling boat off shore in the foreground; sail-boat on r, bay on left and view of village in the background. c.1770/82Etching

    North Queensferry, 1774

    North Queensferry [boat/ship] Beach scene, with couple with walking-sticks seen from behind in the foreground on l, watching seamen, herdsmen, fisherwomen and boats on shore; ships, castle and low hills seen across lake beyond. 1774Etching

 

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