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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1560, July-December

    as thay haue ado with thame. 9 September 1560 . Restalrig . The baillies counsale and dekynnis being convenit, and efter ressonyng vpoun the contemptioun committit be the laird of Restalrig vpoun Sounday last aganis the gude toun, fyndis gude

    Extracts from the Records, 1577, Oct-Dec

    thairof and thair pertinenttis, conquest be the Quene Regent, oure darrest guddame of gude memorie, fra vmquhile Robert Logane of Restalrig, and resignit be him in the fauouris of the Quene oure moder, and hir successouris, to remane perpetuallie with

    Extracts from the Records, 1570, July-December

    Logane of Restalrig, knycht, diuers and syndrie previleges for thair eis in bigging of the said port and havin of Leyth, togidder with the haill wayis passages and tra ns of the toun of Leyth and barronie of Restalrig, for

    Elizabeth, June 1575, 01 June 1575-30 June 1575

    pertains to the Laird of Restalrig. Item : four falcons with certain other pieces which I cannot remember. The Marshal of Berwick took [them ] out of Fast Castle, which pertains to the Laird of Restalrig. p. Indorsed by Drury Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, May 1587, 01 May 1587-31 May 1587

    letter he wrote to his lordship concerning his mother to Sir Alexander Stewart, which is come into the King's hands. Restalrig will let you understand further of the matter, and of the Master's mind, to whom I refer me, for

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 November 1826, 22 November 1826

    1825, made in Two certain Causes, in the first of which The Most Honorable Walter against Grant. Callum, Gardener at Restalrig near Edinburgh, complain- Marquess of Ormonde, and Anna Maria Catherine his ing of Three Interlocutors of the Sheriff Substitute Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1827, 19 February 1827

    Certificate of the Appellant's Poverty, because " he knew that he was Landlord of a Tavern and Tea Garden at Restalrig, and had besides an Establishment M. Lansdowne. M. Salisbttry. E. Shaftesbury. E. FitzxcilUam. E. Hardwicke. E. Digby. E. Kingston. Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1827, 21 March 1827

    raised a Process of " Suspension before the Court of Session, at the instance " of John M'Callum, Gardener at Restalrig, against The " Reverend James Grant, One of the Ministers of South " Leith, which he conducted 'till the Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1827, 21 June 1827

    " and under the Conditions and Limitations contained " therein, and for vesting in lieu thereof the Lands of " Restalrig, in the County of Mid-Lothian, and the Mill " Lands of Aberdour, in the said County of Fife, in Subscribers-only content

    General report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the state of municipal corporations in Scotland., 1835

    between them could not fail to be productive of prejudice. The lands of Calton formed part of the barony of Restalrig, belonging to Lord Balmerino. Lord Balmerino sold the lands to the magistrates and council of Edinburgh, and the magistrates Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Tale ent ied Restalsig, or the Forfeiture.' The here of this story is the son of Robert Logan, of Restalrig, who was ettainted for his alleged concern in the GoEoHe conspiracy. We hear that the forthcoming hsik is likely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of James's case. It appeared that a plot had certainly been organized to seize the KIing; that the Laird of Restalrig, the representa- tive of one of the oldest knightly families of Scot- land) had been concerned in it; that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clear from that trial that a plot had certainly been organised to seize the king ; that the laird of Restalrig, the representative of one of the oldest knightly families of Scotland, had been concerned in it (he is not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made clear from that trial that a plot had certainly been organized to seize the King; that the Laird of Restalrig, the representative of one of the oldest knightly families in Scotland, had been concerned in it." It was not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in which he enters at considerable length into a statement of his :reasons for holding the letters of Logan of Restalrig to be for geries. Upon that question Mr James must retain his opinion, for anything farther that we can Subscribers-only content

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