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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1557, July-December

    be the rycht honorable maister James M'Gill of Rankelour, clerk of our Souerane Ladeis register, and maister Thomas Mariorbankis of Ratho, ane of the lordis of our Souerane Ladeis sessioun, president depute be our Souerane Ladeis darest mother to have

    Appendix, Ministers of Glasgow, 1562-1649

    TILL 1649. HIGH CHURCH, ST. MUNGO'S CHURCH-THE CATHEDRAL. 1562. Mr. David Wemyss, translated from Ratho; had charge of the north quarter of the city till 1605. Died 10th September, 1615. 1616. Robert Scott, A.M., translated from the collegiate charge about

    Extracts from the Records, 1585, Jan-Mar

    for the caussis foresaidis; and that inrespect the lyke benefite is grantet to Alexander Acheson of Gosfurde, Thomas Marioriebankis of Ratho, and dyuers vthers burgessis of this burgh dwelling to landwart. Annuell to the hospitall furth of the mylnis. The

    Acts and Proceedings, 1560, December

    Lamb, William Bonkle, for Dumbar. James Douglas, James More, for Calder Comitis. John Kincaid, for Kirklistoun. Master Robert Wynrhame, for Ratho. The names of them whilk the ministers and commissionars think maist qualified for the ministring of the word of

    Acts and Proceedings, 1565, June

    ordained to putt in execution their commissions against October. Mr Johne Frude, minister of Dummenie, and Patrik Craigh, minister of Ratho, being complained upon for not repairing to Linlithgow, to the exercise of prophecying, excused themselves with want of charges,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 May 1801, 27 May 1801

    the Houfe of Peers j and to adjourn as they pleafe. Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Maclcnight Efquire of Ratho, in the County of Edinburgh, and of Mrs. Chrißian Crawfurd of Cartßurn, in the County of Renfrew, his Wife, Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1801, 5 June 1801

    faid Town," be read the Third Time on Tuefday next. Upon Reading the Petition of Thomas Macknight of Ratho, in the County of Edinburgh, Efquire, and of Chrißian Crawfurd of Cartfburn, in the County of Renfrew, his Wife, taking Notice Subscribers-only content

    29 November 1819, 29 November 1819

    said Ap¬ pellant, as desired. Reid against Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of George Laing ¦' Reid Esquire, of Ratho Bank, in the County of Edinburgh, complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Clamtree to enter into a Recogni¬ zance Subscribers-only content

    28 December 1819, 28 December 1819

    Rdd against As was also, The Answer of Mrs. Jane Laing, or Laing. Reid, Wife of George Reid Esquire, of Ratho Bank, to the Appeal of the said George Reid Esquire. Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Cuthbert, Robert Warren Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1823, 13 May 1823

    as on Tuesday the 13th Days of this instant May, upon the Petition and Appeal of George Reid Esquire, of Ratho Bank, in the County of Edinburgh ; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Commissaries of Edinburgh, of the 22d Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    small trout stream, as poets speak of the Tweed and the Fey; a nd of the scenes of' skirmishes nigh Ratho, between the Scots, the English, and the Dares, as actions which History bad done wrong to neglect) and vlich. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., in the 102nd year of his age. MaIt R. C.ADELL, the publisher of Sir Walter Scott's works, died at Ratho house, ill Edinburghr on Saturday. Mr Cadell has for a very long period carried on the business of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the twenty-seven Unions of the cotton districts. 21.-G. Bryce is executed at Edinburgh for the murder of Jane Seaton at Ratho, Midlothian, in April last. 22.-It is announced that a ladies' committee has been formed to promote subscriptions for presenting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a te o-ca~led cheap shnspo LIST OF GOODS, IHoue.IsOLD FuRNsrrrjE.-Beilhtead8 acid Spddingl, Mirrors, Gas titovee, Gatlltttlng, end Lamps. KITrCnaN tcEQUIScaee.-Tutnerl', Ratho, and Toilet Sets, Baskets, Irunmnongcry, Brushee, sod Cutlery. MU310I aInstrument". Presentation Articlcs (tizese generally bearing abnnardlyletsgi profits),. Clocks savd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE ROYAL COOMISSION ON MERCHANT 'f SHIPPING, r - .. . . . . . I , . it _ ___ z___ d A private meeting of leading shipowners from e various ports, and of members of Parliament Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships North Meols

    Alan de Meols , who between 1204 and 1209 took oath that he would not interfere with the grant in Ratho to the monks of Sawley . 22 Early in the reign of Henry III he secured from John de

 

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